Flake's Daily Bulletin. (Galveston, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, July 7, 1865 Page: 3 of 4
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health and «o let them remilin there f >r sev-
It is my conviction that by the
,ed disinfection, if thoroughly made in pri-
Hoys, Htreets, und gutters and
under'the dwellings, &c., and wherever
tilth has accumulated for a long time, or
water stagnated principally if a mixture of
sweet and salt water has taken place, the
general health of the community1 would be
highly improved, and there would be far less
disposition to all epidemical sickness.
1 strongly belreve too, that if unluckily
vellew fwver should be imported, it would
then no more become epidemic.
Every precaution is d mbly necessary
now with the great change of population,
army nd citizens, not acclimated, it would
therefore be highly prudent to use the solu-
tion of copperas wherever digging-, ditches
«•r earthworths are to be made, to prevent
the dangerous inhalation from the earth or
hi ganic matters laid open, for instance dur-
ing the necessary repairs of the gtspijx's,
«te. Hoping that our authorities will give
due consideration to these remarks
1 remain, etc. C. F. JENNY.
leaufort, 1ST 0, bound for > to their homes, employ
■topped to pot off pas- ¡ ment, and Darol *
who are on t
" Steamer Clinton, from Mobile via
" " Schooner Nannie, from Gedur
Bayou, with Confederate cotton.
All consigned to Capt Atwood, a
July 6—Steamer Wells, for Mobile.
" 44 Huaaar, New Orleans.
" " Beaufort, Indianola.
4 Island City, Houston.
permitted to travel on vessels tot quartermast
er employ. Stores necessary to
COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL.
New Orleans, July 3d.
Cotton—With but little scope offered to
buyerB, the demand was less active to-day,
while prices ruled still more in favor of fac-
tors, the sales summing up 450 bal^s, and
tliemarket closing at 37®39c for'good or-
dinary, 40^42 for low middling and 45^46
for middling Some authorities quoted low
middling at lc. higher, and we heard that
40c. had been offered andrcfused for strict
gpod ordinary, and 43c. had been paid for
low middling, but as ha# been the case for
some days past, l¡¡*ts that were specially
wanted, either from their staple or other
qualities, commanded extreme figures, ^h
business to-day included 216 bales to one
buyer, and 60, 50, 25 and 21 to others.
Sugar and Molasses.—There was some
little inquiry for sugar th;s morning, other-
wise the market is at a comp'cto stand-still,
and we have not a salo to report. f
Western Produce—Ttxre is a considera-
ble retail business doing, but in a wholesale
way the movement is very limited - The
aales to-day comprise 1100 bbls. flour, o!
which 100 fine at $r>, 100 supe fhm at $7 12 jt
sind 100 do at $7 15. 100 good superfine at
$7 35, 150 do at $7 50, 4^7 bbls extra ílou r
on .private terms, and 100 fair do at $8 75
■F obi, 100 bales prime western bay at $45
ton, 100 aacks mixed corn át ¿1 25 W
bushel, 100 sacks malt at $1 75 bushel,
and 7 bales old hop* at 15c. ^ lb New
hops are held at 45c & lb; sugar cured hams
are retailing at 24c, bacon shoulder* at 15¿
Money—Gold opeus very quiet at 140®
140£. There appcai s to be very little ii -
(Juiry, with no large orders pending as on
¡Saturday. Nothing reported in silver.
We have heard of no sales yet in Domes-
tic Exchange. The Banks and dealers gen-
erally are checking oh New Yurk at § dis-
Freights—A brig was taken up for Havre
a few days since at ljc lb V for a full cargo
of cotton. Steamers on the berth for New
York are taking cotton at l¿c lb
There was á falling off in the bank note
market. Bank of Louisiana receded below
40c. We quote this evening:
Cents per aol.
Hank of Louisiana, 38 @42
I ¿o hi-fit 11 «v State Bank, 62 (&S5
Hiüik of New Orleans 72$ ((476
Crescent City, 80 @85
Merchant? Hank, <55 @70
Union Bank, 87 @90
Mechanics' and Traders' Bank redeems
in legal tender United States notes; Citi
zona' Banknotes paid in legal tender notes;
Canal Bank notes paid in the same; C"
Corporation issues ranged from £ to 11
ct discount. |
New York, June 27.—Cetton active and
higher, at 46c for Middling.
Flour 5^100 lower and more active,
•5 90®$6- for extra State; $6 45<S$7 for
common to good shipping brands extra
round hoop Ohio, and $6 75®$8 for trade
brands—the market closing steady. In-
cluded in the sales are 8,000 bbls extra*
State for export at prices within the range.
Pork higher, closing heavy at $24®$25
for new Mess, closing at $24 50 cash; $23
©$23 37£ for 1863 and '64 do; $18 for
prime and $18 50 for do. Mess, also 3750
bbls new mess for July and August, sel-
lers' option, at $24*2)24 75. Beef more
active at $10«S>14 for plain Mess; $12^16
for extra Mess. Beef hams a little more
active at $26*2)27 50. Cut meats steady
and more active at 11 <5)14c for shoulders
and 15<2>l9c for hams. Bacon qniet. Lard
steady, with more doing, at lf4<2>15§. But-
ter quiet and steady at 20©30c. for Ohio,
and 25<2)3<>c for State. Cheese qniet at 8
Arm y Supplies.
Proposals for Fresh Beep,
Oppior of Chief Com
missary, District of Texas,
Galveston, Jnly 6, 1865.
Sealed proposals (in duplicate) will be re-
ceived at the Office of the Post Oommissa-
¿y at Sau Antonio, Texas, until 12 o'clock,
M„ on Thursday, July 20ih, 1865, for sup-
plying fresh beef to the troops at San Anto-
nio and all camps and hospitals in the vicin-
ity. One copy of each proposal made will
also be sent to the office of the undersigned.
The contract will commence on the 25th
July, 1865, and be in force six months or
such shorter period as the Commissary Gen-
eral may direct.
The beef must be of the first quality,Jand
be delivered in equal proportion of fore and
hind quarters (neck and shanks excluded)
in Buch quantities as may be required for the
use of the troopB, and on such days as the
Commissary may direct.
Proposals must bo accompanied by
guarantee, as follows:
"We, the undersigned, hereby guarantee,
in case the foregoing bid of ¡—be
accepted, it shall be duly fulfilled, acc >rd-
. | - the Arm
or Navy and belonging strictly to tl*c Gov
eminent or officers of it, and stores required
f- >r use of the vessels, their crews or passen-
gers, will constitute the sole cargo of Gov
The Provost M irshal and Q mrtermaater
Departments will see to the enforcement of
this order. Every ease of violation will be
reported to these Headquarters.
By order of
Major General GBANGER :
F- W. Emery, Major, Ass'tAdj'tGeu.
ing to its true purport and conditions ; also
that a written contract shall be executed;
vs ith $ onds in the Hum of 9 5,000."
t Names of
, rs. f i.
bidders must give their names in full
tafe their place of residence and busi
Each bid must have a printed copy of this
advertisement attached to it, and ^ copy of
the bidder's oath of allegiance.
The right to reject all bids is reserved.
Proposals must be in duplicate, enclosed
in au envelope, addressed to Post Commit
sary, U. S. A., át San Antonio, Texas, and
44 Proposals for Fyesh Beef."
Lt. Col &> Chief C. S. Dictrict of Texas.
San Antonio Herald, Austin Gazette and
Houston Telegraph copy four times and
send bill to Chi^f C. S.. District of Texas
OFFICE ASST. QUARTERMASTER, >
Galveston, Tex., July 6, 1865. j
Sealed Proposals will be reciived at th<
offices of thg Quartermasters at the places
hereafter mentioned, until 12 o'clock M, 25th
insU for the delivery of shelled corn, in
quantities of not less than five hundred
bushels, and of hay and fodder in quantities
of not less than 20 tons, at Austin, San An-
tonio, Laredo, Victoria, Corpus Christi an<
Proposals for each class to be made se
rately, and must be accompanied by a
antee as follows:
44 We, the undersigned, hereby guarantee
in case the foregoing bid of-— be ac-f
ceptcd, it shall be fulfilled according to its
true import and conditions; also, that „
written contract shall be executed, with good
and sufficient bonds, for twice the amount of
** I Names of i ......í&fí$•
\ Guarantors. ) ....... ......
All bidders must give their names in full
also state their place of residence and bus
Each bid must have a printed copy of
this advertisement attached, Also a copy pi
the bidders oath of allegiance.
Separate bids will be received for ca^b of
the places named.
Proposals must be in duplicate, enclosed
in ah envelope addressed to the "Post Quar-
termaster" at the place named, and endorsed
"Proposals for Forage." ^
The Government reserves the right to re-
ject any or all bids.
By command of
Miy. Ge?. GRANGER.
Capt. & A. Q. M.—w&d-td ,
San Antonio Herald, Austin Gazette ánd
Houston Telegraph copy till 25¿hof July and
send bill to Capt. G. É. Atwood. A. Q. M.,
A Large assortment of Wall Paper, Window,
Blinds, tine Boards, Blauk Books, Music and
Musical Instruments, for sale by Mrs. O. Felton,
at Mrs. Q. Branard's old stand Post Office street.
Galveston. July 6, 1868 d&w 2w
Headquarters Post or Galveston Texas,
Galveston, Texas, July 6th. '6 ft
General Order¡¡, No. 4.
forees are fort
Gulf West of South Battery-
said Battery being at their disposal..
By order of OoUF. W. MOORE,
C. 0. Morse, Liet. & Post Adjt.
july7 d<£ wtt.
¿audius froMi Caleasiea.
Superior quality, and well seasoned; also fence
Pickets and plastering Laths, the cargo ol
For sale by
B. S PARSONS.
•lv«aW>n, Jon* Ml
Groecrlr* Flou ,
i«Bt landed ex-stMiaer Bhoc
leuna, at LEWIS & CO., Stran
4 Salt, Flour, But'.*r, Cofba
Cbret, Champagna Cigar*,
Cwniil*1". Rlo«, Crackers, pre
!oito Netting*, Huts, Doc
rogant*, tine Boots.
SJ nk Books.
Crockery War* and Glasa Ware, &e, A«
Th* aoor* for aal* by the pac
prices at LEW
J up* 23.1 8Sr>—dtf
:asieu Yellow Wne
of the beat quality, cargoes
Flooririff and Oe
Blinda an.* Door , and Shingles,• to a:
practicable to je27 1- -
Lumber. Lumber I
I have for
for a<ile at the back of my auction store,
Thirty-thousand feet Lumber, , *
cooalatlng of inch boarcts—2xt, 4*4 and
MRS. THOMAS OASTLETON will take .
few pupils for|Lessons on the Piano, at Mrs. Ool
Waters' residence on Tremont street.
Galveston, July 5,1865. lm
NEW ORLEANS, NEW YORR AND
for aal#. Also, Greenbacka for Bal* for apeóle at mar-
ket rates, at the offlc* of LEWIS, jc CO., v
jy4dlw Strand street.
A CARRIAGE and a pair of splendid BAT HOBtH
Pol- particular enquire at thia office
Galveston, Jane 20, 1865.
FOR BALE, two or four lotsfin block 83, between
Tremont street and 24th strret, Nos. 10 and 11, and 4
5. Payment half cash, balance in lamber. Enquire on
tbe tame block, corner ofTremont street.
Galveston, June 30th, 1805-4td*
J, P. LASSEllE respectfully informs the public that
he has opened a Restauraut <u the Bayou City Honse,
(formerly kept by G. Le Blanc,) in Market street, near
the Market. He will be prepared with, the best the
market affords, and ready to attend, to customers from
6a.ii, to 9 r. m., and will accommodate boarders by
the day or week.
Galveston, June 26th, 1865.—lm*
Talnable Galveston * City"Property
Lots Nos. 8, 9 and 10. in Block 440. on which is a
1x3,1x4,1x5 and 1*6 paling.
Galveston, June 27,1865-lw
""OFFICE ASSIST Q
¿ír'." " ÜALVESTOI.„^
Sealed Proposals will be receiv
fice until 12 o'clock, M.. July 7th, j
the delivery of Wood in quantities
than Twenty Cords, at Houston, MiUi
bus and Brenham, and at Landings
River and Buffalo Bayou, accessible
boats now navigating those waters,
seis drawing not less than three a
water; the Points to be design
The Wood to be of good me
, 'ro^osals tor Pine Wood
Proposals must be accompanied by a
as follows: <;Mr
"We, the Undersigned, hereby guaranty, in
case the foregoing bid of —beac-
cepted, it shall be duly fulfilled, according to its
true import and conditions, also that a written
Contract shall be executed with good and suf-
ficient bonds for twice the amount of Contract
J karnes of J .r;,..-.'.-..
J Guarantors J
AU Bidders mnst fivs their names in full, also -
state their place of residence and business.—-
Each bid must have a printed copy of this Ad-,
vertisement attached thereto, ana a copy of the
bidder's oath of allegiance.
Proposals must be in duplicate, enclosed in an "
envelope addressed to the undersigned, and en-
dorsed ".proposals for Fuel." ' n
Tbe Government reserves the right to reject
«•> w ••• vw* uvmwvis) MUW «>*■ gv m
capable.or eontnining 3000 to 4000 gallops.
This property ia situated on the corner of Churtli
and Twentieth streets, front South and East, and near
S- opposite the Cathedral and United States Custom
ouse and Post Office, and ia considered one of the
most beautiful locationa in the city.
LotsNoa. 5, 6 and 7, in Blocs 135, onBrtadway, very
elevated, overlooks the Gulf south an4 Bay North.
Lot No. 6, Block 619, on 8traad street, nearifichola'
wharf, mostadvantagaonsly located for business. For
farther particulars and terms enquire of Colonel Sidney
T. Fontaine, Thomaa Reed, or JOHlf 8 RHEA,
jy4d2W # GalvMtnn.
PlitVATE BOARDING AND
Mrs. J. D. Waters
can aopply private boardera, and a suite é ten to
twelve furaiahed rooms, on Tremont street.
Galveston, July 3d, 1866—tf
* A. HI. Pottsr.
D EN TIS
m,, ont Houston to Galveston.
Office in Dr. Harlbut'a brie* building on Poet O*1—
atreet, near Tremont a treat. jy4 lw
liti removed f
at this place.
' ■ ■ ■■ ■ ■■ ■ — . -
HsadqVabtbrs, Dist. op Tb*as, i
Galveston, Texas, July «, 1865. I
July 6—Steamer Rnthveri
private purpoies is f<
- _ — wfioiw
of the Army and
and meu en rout*
For Sale. Frelaht or Charter.
Briff "Ben Delano." AddIv to
MRS. CRAWFORD. ~~
(FORMEttLV OP HBMPSTBAO.) '
Has opened a boarding house in this city, on
tbe corner of Centre street snd tbe PubHc
Square, and ie new ready to accorámodáte
W« have the pleasure to
a&l«Mton. Jnlv 1
L- M Ww
Tea uw x
any or all bids.
o'mua or AssibtaMt qva*m* .
R*al(>d ProDosala (in dupUcate) will be' t\
EJWK'U * fOPvwiw V" im. •*.' .
this office until Jnly 7th proximo, for the (L..,
Shelled Corn: in quantities of not leaa than One
and of Hay and Fodder in
aand Btshela, t
nnt less than T*
Jhuw vi aidj «aa«# A- vviuv* iu
fwenty Tohb, at Konaton,Cc
arty. Miiiioan and Brenham. , . v
Proposals for each clasa to bé ifiade separately, and
must be Itocompanied by a gaaranty as follows:
"We the undersigned fiefSby - uarantee, in jase thoi
foregoing bid of be accepted, it ahallbe
duly fulfilled according W ite|true import and oogfi-
tiona; also that a written contract shall be exeeflSd
with good and sufficient bonds for twice the amount of
( Names of i
7 Guarantors. | "
All bidders must give their names In
their place Of residence and business.
Each bid must have a printed co
tent attached, also a copy of the
Separate bids will be received for
. rouoaala must bs in duplicate, encl
lope addressed to the undersigned
••Proposals for Forage."
The Government reserves therig^*"
Ml bids. mimurf.l. ri
also * tata
I «65. f t
Representations having b*en a « ...
Mayor of the city, on behalf of many respectable
families, that they were deprived of th© use of
tb beach shore, for their customary rules, fan
means of persons cona
daytime in a state o!
tract from tlie City Or
the information of
of the Provost M
spectfully called to the —
7. "wo, iij
. there in tits
[ the att «*lrtn
: «hall not hfl la
. oljÍÉ" "
PUy order of
J R. Tlcciui.
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