Flake's Daily Bulletin. (Galveston, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 35, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 26, 1865 Page: 1 of 4
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reparad to attend to all wbfk in
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MISSION MB BO HANTS
Vxtt, CORNER TWBNTV-8BC0ND STREET,
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fO\ 13 OARONDELEP 8TEJ5T,
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Kew Orleans, Ln.
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W, WELLS * VI DOR,
GO AMISSION MERCHANTS
nd Oalveston ' "
1 rendered, "anil
ibert ft Co..
*«d strkbt, ■; -" ;f'
<3 E R &
iRNKYS AT LAW,
H;.. is-'D kt,'
> Strnud, Gal
,l*stfs leave tti Inform
mes«V especially, that he has o|
kirn for shipment or sa
for planter# and inland merchant* w
by joufllgnmenra of produce or ca«h
Longcope, Houston; Vane* A Br s., San An
J.MoKÍaiiey, Austin. **
*. b. Smith. dk. d. Á:'¿a¿kson. a. u', í#ui«l¿'
SMITH, JAMESON & JONES,
"Navasota, Grimes County, Texas, *y'
Receiving, Forwarding and Commission
¿wwwyu ant&. ■ *-•*
Away from thedahgeis of flré and ón the Bi track.
Goods on commission will be sold at the highest mar-
fe24-3ma(Í idvarittb1^ K«^rned by in^octíqns.
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thomas ii. converse, arthur poikcy,
formerly , formerly .*?
converse li cq. * kerr * pqihqt.
Converse A Poincy, ;
DEAIiERS IN FLOUR,
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No. 81... i Y* .U.iTehoupitouias Street,.. í.. ; V! .No. 31
NEW ORLEANS. !,v'' ; ' ' ' <
: Orders fórSi'éry ieseriptlon of merchantfís. prttmpt-
ly attended to. Consignments of cotton, Wd^s and
We respectfully offer our services to the friends óf
the firinS we formerly represented.
Hf | V Galveston, Texas:.
At tfeir old office, Pos t Office Street.
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.. ,. r.. _ L!ltARÍ* Aí CO.,
Bl'OTt AND SHOEMAKERS
MARKER ST., NEAR TREMONT,
vForuierlvAlu-eti's Furniture Warehouse,) ^
I'nve a large s|ock of the best quality of domeatic
i urfcijiu Leader on hand, also a stock of ready-
)itu if Booi^ and (alters.
<0r s prices.
We offer our work at N<?w
kljt i: Jul7dly
>iJUOtON AND PHYSICIAN, :
<>3* ic- Ma-jouic UtSlaiug, PostOfficu stre#t, Galveston.
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I'd-ate patients tacen. Bed and board furnished if
ma> ifitf v A neceshary.; ff' ~'\
a thing of
tliat Iwviog once made it plaii
abandoned all Wipe, or expeetatia. of ev«
taming to elaverj, that tke /South will be
ported by a large party ^ the North, by J
must be permitted to make her own
for the government of her Internal I
understands ber own iaterests beat,
gowromW „ P ■■■■
ingto hw own notions of w
ildly and firmly occupying th
an appeal to «he séntímen— —
the whole countiy; add should the question
dignity of a natl&oal one^shoald it
be made. the basis of a Fresideatial
throngh the continued agitation of the negro,
toverjr to thie aeitiment of jiwtíce I
give us the victory iu the contest Whe
har onee taken the amnesty oath an r
pardon forthe past, we hav^ the nghtsofcit
zens, and the privilege Of endeavoring to guit~
the affaire of the nation, in accordance with onr
views of its befct interest .
B. S. PARSONS,
has resumed the
Lumber and CoaamMwion Bnsiness
Has on hand Calcasieri Pine Lumber and Sash, primed
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ANDKBWi f., . T-
ill' Crawford ,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
GENERAL' COLLECTING AGENTS,
ttnd Brokers for purchlse and' sale ¿f
AWÁL É'áTÁTÉ, ÓÓÉPORATE 8TÓVK9, Aft
¿ §i í «a
%'' i iKéiitl ng; ót kiotises
Will attend to tne páyoent' of IJaxes
throughout the State'.
1 intolerable and contrary to the genios of our
jvernment if she is not to be left to
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A. Alien & Co.
Iíhv ' epomed bnsineé in the MARBLE YARD, Centre
1. MtiUusnents, Toombs and HvadstoueB prepared
j.t <1 kn*r on oh' rt nutioe.
luno 3j>, y. diwtf •
v- s wv:r. Of the fiirn / vii.. .boumhs baker,
S * yur. Itisher & Ha|. j Formerly Baker A Boiling
Bon Ids Baker ft €óó
v OTTON AND WOOL FACTORS
General Commission Merchants.
Otoce : Strand, Galveston, Texas.
m Having a store house wh*re anj^ílhgs of goods
can. : expoiwd for sale, we solicit cunaiguments for a
Xvhj! a lv t>:uie. Jul Itf
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n. ta. Benton,
(Lat/ of San Antonio,)
BR KER, RECEIVING, FORWARDING
f Galveston, Texas,
eegs save to inform hia fríen is throughout the coun-
try th t he has oponed a general 1 "
Forw ti ding <6 Receiving Commission Business,
at the corner of Center street and the Strano, Galves-
ton, r xas.
He a\ il t attend strictly to all cotton forwarded to bim
for sh%n ent oí sale. He will also purchase Planter's
«npplirji. Refers to the business men of Texas and the
plante s generally.
Gal* 9ton, June ]
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* I. Btertortier, 1
GENERAL COMNlSSION MERCÍ-IANT
«ecelvin^ and1 i\jrwawsffaff at'lowest rat
a v d
AUCTIONEER AND COÍTMI98JON MERCHANT
fm0-y ? -?• As ' DEALER IN órt.Ut-i'i
Old Stanxl, Trenwut Street, Galveston; THto*,
\pril 15-, 1865. v . : ;
BALL, HÜXCUING3 & CO.,
: " Cotton Factor. . - -
i. ' and, i-, ii... iv,
COM M I SSI O N M E R CIIA N TS,
jyiw&dly Galveston, Texas.
WF aat^' fltyt, failed i Íhron^p ,
antl^ ^od faith pa tlie part 0f
■jOr. Tb a much I grant, but do not tlnnl
(be debt stands relatively in the same po
sitioB os>oVgb i^nogro M Booome
by running off to Mexico. The running a-,
way of a negro w^s a contingency that we
could mWc or less guard again&t, and even
if he sncQfcded in getting to Mexico, we
StillU¿ íoiBe chance ^getting,MHjAi
Bi-inoiog away w« thiDK wo had ta W
and we kpew it when we bought him. Yo
say tim this guaranteeing: tlie negro asl'áv
for life would make no difference, since th&.
value wae lost K W b''
ligereut, egainst «frlu^j!*. "«¡runty can
ho'Jd. " ...' , , , ,'i| '■
Now, Mr, Editor, I happen to be one cif
that unfortunate class who owes á'consider-
June 18th, J865. hwtf
'a. W. CHAWFOHD 4 CO.
EXCHANGE B E,0 K E E 8,
(- h } ,, Albert Ball's old Btand,
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Gold. S Iver and Greenbacks bought and Sold at
vJrrent rites: CóHeotions made on all accessible
points In 1 be lUntted States, and proc««< " nn
.a, . u on
• A: i. WA 111 JASL CARDER.
timr, and if forced ta pay the whole' dAt, it
would leave me homeless and pennilesi.
Now is there any justice in a láw tliat wil
dett where thóre ifi no
wurtWesa to' me, should mike my noté
^nrthless to him,' since it has destroyed tbé
ya|'Ve received for that noté 7 Ti<irá
to. me plain, com tnon sense view
sp^iak on^the eons
stand tbe _r
*• I do solemnly iwéií
voluntarily borne arms
States since I have I
íat11 fj«v* vol
s'oris engaged in armed
that ! tyVe zMjpi
„...iwpt^d to eterciie
office whatever tinder
I tended authority, WM
. JHiWl that I hávi9 áot,
¡ Support to any pretended
íórity, power or conatit
Jnited átales, hostile or i_,
Aud i do farther swear that,
Slates against all enemies,
mesticj that I will beer tme
giance to the sanie; that I take thw
tion freely, without any mental rew
or Dtt D «e of evasion, and Uiat I will well
r«Uy discharge the duties of an at-
..ictor and cóonsellor at law pf the
court oi the United Statin for tbe Eastern
District of Louisiana, So heJj) me Ged."—
iV. 0. VkaywM, . ■, : v,:.', ;v .. ,,;
Prom tke New Orleans Pioayoae. ' ■ -
ra Red Rivbr Count*v.—We learn
Nrom eretitleman direct from down the Red
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•' Ton York & Zlgler,
Have opened an office in this city for the purpose of
buying and classing Cotton, ana from their long ex-
neriénce ill the cotton trada, feel assrtred they can
tve satisfaction to those wbo may entrust them with
eirbusiness. ..... .¡<, , jul3d-wtf
Refers to the merchants of Galveston generally.
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ITiiioii Marine and Fire Insurance
of Galveston, has resumed the busies of insuring
against Pire, Marine and Inland Navigation, Risks,
with capital unimpaired, and assets well secured, Con-
sisting of -, . 1 !
Stock N otes, tf?0«p00 CO
Loans on real estate, good stocks, and cash
OV6P ....... • • • t *• «. ' i • * ... ....U.. 100,000 00
The Company will grant policies on cotton in i
es, on merchandise in store, and produce in cou
transportation, at their former reasonable rates;
on Marine Risks to and from the Dort Of Galveston.
A, I. WAR ft CO.,
O O TV ON FACTORS,
COM MISSION MERCHANTS,
Str v d, Next door to Ball, Hutchings & Co.,
ser W e will attend strictly to all cotton and other
produce forwarded to us folr shipment or Bate. Will
«xecute all orders' for plantation supplies promptly,
Inatraflt iSna wfU be itsniicitlv obeved.
«.«ert Ball, Fresldent;
L M, Hitchcock. Vice PU:
J P Davie,
H7UUI V UIIPUIII m 1IU|MU
Con^u nnients solicited.
Geortfe W, t?rover.
Af Hfi-fin/1 ami
A P Lufkin,
Office ' nrtrnar
«iu inj 23d streets., ,
J. A. "RKKRS. Secretary.
If. Lid stone,
AUCTIONEER AND G NBRaIj COMMISSION
RuildiM. Afar lee t Strut.
Hotiee. . ( r>t .HUpm
The Arm of Kauffinan ft Klasner has been dissolved
and the business, with all activa and psssiva, assumed
by J. KAUPPMAW1, : l
who will continue the same henceforth for his own ao
e°Mr. P. Beriemel*r will sign by procuration.
Galveston. June.23.186 .—tf J. KAUFFMAN..
ii . .
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants,
Will fthortlv « « & Roh«< •" fiii vismv :Onoda
rviu mavFHj ujrvu d finosj in itALV TiOJ Uii. vwub
ihikofi a nfl.
Piano, 0 Qal,
on the subjjBct. If ¿ man has soli h>s ne
groen nd received a sutit of money e
to wliai their hire would have amount*
up to the time they were set free, then
right that he should collect the balance
on them ? why should he riot lose si—
thing while others aré losing all ? This is
a question in Which many are interested,
and I hope it will receive due consideration.
' ' • ;/• ' ,r v YrJ';
Augusta, Texas, July 16, 18^5.
I have been in this sectipn of Housm
county for several days, and "have had a flhftL
opport«nity for observing the feelings pf the
people in the country. I find the people,
with few exception^, cfyeerftil, or at least
seemingly sp, and disposed to make the best
of the situation. Negroes were never more
qvijet than now. In every instance, known
to me, masters have informéd them fully of
their situation and given them liberty, in
specified time, to make their own atran^
ments. In every instance, I believe, after
little wandeiriug about the neighborhood,
they have*gladly returned (Pome, and are
fully content to remain till January, as
heretofore. Most of the though tfttl negroes
regard their freedom,|j| the way it has been
accomplished, as a great misfortune. Said
one, a very sensible negro : "What can I do
to support myself and family? I have no
land, no house, no mule, no plows, no fféars,
no money, and no qné will hire me. ' A
few persons, who, from peculiar circum-
stances, oould not find employment for theit
negro 8, and wLo were unprofitable ., tiem,
have driven^ them^from hdme.^ These ne-
River country, that this tiéh cotton aad
sngar growing region gives but poor
ise for the coming hi
Of the speedy close of .
people late, and when
many of them absent in .
as. A large portion of the
had been there
the Federal for
tbe planters c ui e
for assistance, but
Owing to the
« very li<
The harvest-time tL«.
nothimr to harveat.
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w - ^
the rich so
ior tneir ^
to them. 8
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