Flake's Daily Bulletin. (Galveston, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 109, Ed. 1 Friday, October 20, 1865 Page: 4 of 4
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IVr.oual and other Item .
Tas following sUtetn¿ní, whib it gives the ac-
oucute uu-,n\><jr of pjniions to tha wigjw¿ aai iu-
Viüil* on the "books of th? otñza. ap «TWJ95r I,
i. O. £ B. R. SMITH
j Of Into Borley,
I Smith A Co,
*. M. SWGLETABT. '
Of Robinson, Singktaiy j
& Co. Huataville, Tex.
Sealed Proposals Por Fi*$h n.
H ICK C'lftpr. I>Ki'Ai:TMKKr urw,.. cl
¿OUüE' 8 Orleans La., September *Jtíü IS ;s. „ ,?Ux*. .V.,
.TW rT, . rrc which muni Lis ill duplicate, with a coiiv .
U S MAIL A3k'D ¿TAuLB leriiiwmiut ulUtvlicd to «adi \v;il U riAi.j
AJ,|/ ^ office Itntíi r¿ o'clock noon , n Tiles uí VkUli ,.m
Leave Iinli.inol e\cry , of October. cfchteen hundred and • .,
j Hi OX DA Y, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDA1, jrtyiag f ljfóll BISLF, "ft good mid hmri*!1.'..,
|augl7 * ForKati Antonio
doóa rwot coantitui©, oaa-half of tha numbar who |
will h«re40er reooivo pensions 1
meat. From tbe beginning of tna wer up to tho j
1st ult., titore were, ot application* frOm the army]
J. 1?. fc S. R. SMITH * CO-,
' COTTON FACTOÍIS
yft,8«J7 minted, 40,273 of which < wow of the in-
valid, and 55,634 of thq widowed1 clAns "for the
«ame tiinttt4.pl 8 applications Mto íhe navy wOre
favorably considered, 1,013 of which" WMd from
widow an<rj7S fhttn iuvuUdg. «These figure do
not ínclndé^réjíteted application#, of which a vast
number has twbn received, but only
claim to peméfab hare been eMo#Al.
The statement that the new 5-20 bernia of HOOD «iMWWfcDT & opfc..
denomiuation, wore ready for "if**"
are, premature. Five or six hundred copie have
COMMISSION MERCHANTS tu- v*** ,
T. OSWALD & CO.,
Strand, Galveston, Texas.
. «0T Wilt g.ve psMooal Attention to all bnsiness en
j trusted to their care.
. .....john fo0kk.
RECEIVING, FORWARDING AND
GEA'BRAIi COMMISSION ME CUA T ,
GAL VESTO y ék ALLEYTOX,
- KIVSH HEEK, ofttfcoodni.d wiA;: ;>«;
d3m* iitj, for the l'. S. fo^va at£hrwep.,rt vV í *9i
Alejandría and l'iuevilic, in «uc!i qu„ ,
rn rum. A lojt>n. Irom time to time requit ed, on meh . u,.V.K!" ni
" ' designate^,!
i <1 .
of Sui> ut^ucft. iv?|i.iiato hid* will b<-
: eitcb of tho above named post*, or on
cinde thi'iii nit. " |J
8epura*.i (siniil«r) bid* will be rectlrw; r .
JiveryofBKKPC'A'rrbK on the hoof ,,t / |[^T
baen printed and perfected it ia true; bat it is1 not
^'EMtófck eraERALcBuMissio.K mekcuants
•nbsoription hh they come i ,
course of ten days.
¿ XW detectives are uj
dred dollar compound
lie one hua-
i dispatch tó the -Cin^cinnati (fa-
«ette taya itla understood the Ni^io,n«l InUJligwi-
eer is to be the organ o(4w Administration. . ,c
'tUle Herald's Washington special of tho-íth lays
the activity oi the demand, ¿^public lands conl
tumw with remarkable increase throughout al-
The New York Freeman's Joarmnl ha an article
discouraging the Fenian; aftovement as untimely,
and as likely to reanlt in as much harm as good.—
The 'editor goes for an Irish republic, when there
is a decent chance foe success, but is opposed to
risking every thing now. for worse than nothing at
•11. iw. v ¿ttt YA Z\<: ■/,, : .
The camel experiment is again túJ>e triéd on
the plains by an "overiihd camel company.'V-
The camels are,to be imported from Algeria.
Bat three members of the coart being '■'present
at Columbus, Ky., at the tiine appointed for the
trial of Emerson Etheridge by court martial, the
trial was postponed to ttyj/lOth iogt.
The Boston Journal B*y8 the Concord, Mass.,
National Bank will, not lose very largely by the
robbery of its vanlts—probábly'' !hot over $30,000
—as most of the $285,000 was the property of
The people of Colo ,
gro suffrage clause out
▼ote of five to one.
The Judges of the .Supreme Court of Tennessee
have made au order to the effect that every attor-
ney practicing before that court should retake the
oath laid down in the Code, obligating himself to
support the Constitution Of Tennessee and of the
A correspondent who has recently visited the
United States Arsenal at Washington, thus de-
scribes the present appearanoe of what he states
is the sepulchre of the assassin, J. Wilkes Booth :
"Entering the lower room of the prison, and pass-
ing through devious halls formed by piles of cart-
ndgeboxes, we oame at length to what seemed to
faon Bolid wall, against which was piled the same
sort of ammunition, but through on aperture be-
tween the boxes, on shoving to one side a heavy
plank, an empty, floorless room was disclosed, in
one corner of which the loosened earth indicated
the burial place of Booth."
aar Liberal cash advance* on consignments tP thelf
Orlfana, New fofk prLiverpool:
■ar ExcJiaoge sold on the same placea, and orders
for pdrchaiiag eottou, Wool, or jtfiifra, promptly at
H. BLAGtiE fc CO.,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
0u* d, Oal^stoV*, 4'eiuure
06. BROADWAY, NEW YORK. 66.
Agenta for New York and Galveston Packets.
Being Vona'Úntlv in receipt of assorted Me'rchaijdiie
Mrt New York, we are prepared to make "advances j
in sui'h quail lilies u uia> bo irom lime *tj
No bids will lie iceoived from uartici *i
fai i"l to comply with their hid« made lnurtol *
" JAS. OABPKMc
A. J. WAItO A- tO.,
TT ON FA C T O US,
• — ^ - v "• «n i vvtiy. "
they can produce x\m pardon ol tt.v
j Hida from all other person* under loij Ík' *,1'
I tion must be aoei>ilipuniid by the AirtntMv iu'ii n"'
¡ Proposals must be accompanist fcv M urb(,I*"
Will ran tee, signed by two r-Hponsiblo perAo,¡;: i *1"
¡ No hi |g will be entertained from fernon* i
i tiud«r the exception of the I'refiideui'N a-ui ,
.¡OH MISSION MERCHANTS, áSS^áS^flrSSj? ,",W, <**"
8fáNext door to Ball, Hutching 4 Cc
gjf win attend strictly t« U ooiton an^ other
j roiluce forwarded to'is for shipment er.sali.
No hi Is will Ce entertained frc" - p'ü'w .
itioua of the I*rei
will bids. Jn.wli
r directly or in n ectivf *"
produce the pardon of the
otlier Det'MonM ,/ >'l^Dt.
execute iT'orderB for "plantation supplies pi>uiyM>;. thut if a eoutiflivt'is i)warde'd, tiu.v w°i"3' ' I*1"
.sliuS Si Wi l '-e implicitly obeyed. . , , \ for the faithln, f« «Ünieut of the'contiact ''0u,1<
Payment will be nuide. at t'ue cud <.f vucli .
'•E ó CJjIéfCOíft'misiAftry of the De/inrtnieiit fur tli?
tity pf FrsshBoeraccepted, in kucíi fund* „v^ü"ra"'
j-lMHhed by Jiro United States for piibHe fli^buUem
¡' Conti£UiiieiUs sqlicLM-
O. t. COCUltANB,
JOHN DICKINSON &. CO.,
COTTON AND WOOL FACTORS
have knocked the ne-
their constitution by a
Louisville is to have an opera-houso if the means
cad be-raiaod. The sum of $180,000 lias already
been subscribed, and the prospect of succcss is
According to the Gozotto dee Etrangers, more
than a third of the second volume of Louis Napo-
leOn'B "History of Julius Ctesar" is in the hands
of the tvpe-settere at the imperial i>riting office.
M. de Pene, tho editor of this, journal, is ono of
the most accomplished journalists of pans; and at
Um wttne time an elegant man of the'world, and a
welcome guest in tho most select c:rcles of French
Wciety. His journal, which is gratuitously sup-
plied to tho boarders at the hotel du Louero, is
remarkable for its brilliant gossip and for its oarly
information of all the inoat interesting novelties
m literature, art, society and fashion. M. de Pene
fought a duel a few years ago with a gentleman
who sneered at hie being a member of the press,
and this has not a little contributed to increase
At a recent marriage in Fan River, Mass., of a
Mn of Col Riohard Borden to o daughter of Mr.
*}a^au Durfee, the officiating clergyman (the Rev.
. Thnrston) received the handsomest fee ever
paid in that State. The families of the bride and
gtTrout,1y extinguished a mortgage of
£>0U which rested upon the parsons hpmestoad.
Miss Leham, an actress at the Vaiieties Theatre,
AJetrcut, Michigan, it is said, recently severely
horse-whipped a Lieutenant belonging to tho tílst
J*ew York Infantry, for having traduced her cha-
racter as au actress.
Mrs. R K. Kane (nee Fox) authorizes the New
íír ~!*P™88 t° "ay that the story of her marriage
with Dr. Kane, recently published, which was
pronounced a "canard" By the Philadelphia agent
of the Associated Press, is a substantial fact
B. Gratz Brown has written a letter appealing
♦o Governor Fletchcr, of Missouri, to stay the exe-
eution of ¡Miialties in tho case of clergymen of
^ re^use tolake the special oath re-
luüon Ciwgyuien under the umeuded (JonsU-
Jmosb Ferguson, of Barnot, Vt, ninety-five
jpois of age, a native of Scotland, < tui walK, run
mtn mu,ch y°Wr. lio has voted
„ j •^r®bl^cuiu<iu election iro'm Washington's
vccond to Lincoln s second Jectioii, and to all ap-
l eavauoes is good for two Or throu more.
An English Catholic journal states that the sto-
nes of the lopes extravagance, are wickod exac-
vrMHOtis. His personul expouseH for carriages,'
b, .T*La' " uo' a,noant to, seventy scudi (Oí
dollars) a month. His own table costa one scudi
u day, and all ho spends returns to his ueoolc.
v. , t" ~ r—■ —■ - - — —' ; . ,
of Good on pro'uee ooriftigned to our hou«e in that
city, for which quick returns will be made, [alfidwly
lr\ r. s vwYm, Of the firm
of 8. vvy«¡r, itíaher & liali.
Boulds Baker A Co.,
COTTON AND WOOL FACTORS
u¡ !V_ AND
'General Commission Mershants.
Office : Strand, Galveston, Texas.
49 Waving a atore house where any class of goods
can t o exposed for sale, we solicit Consignments for a
wholes «le trade.' iulitf
W. N, BRYANT, ~ ^
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
NEWSPAPER AND PERIODICAL DEALER,
(Washington Hotel,) Galveston.
Keeps constantly on hand all the leading Northern
and Southern Journal and Magazines, conhined with
a choice assortment of Novels andMosic. Dealf rsand
agents supplied at short notice, mi reasonable term .
Trade lists sént on app ication of parties desiring to
engage iu the business. Casn orders solicited.
GEO. "iVYTHE IMYLOIC,
Will attend striotly to all O tTTO-V, WOOL, GBN-
EBAL MliltCH vNDLSE p.; PRODUCE forwarded to
him for ship incut or sale.
Itefers to 0. S, Loiigcope, J. S. &J. B. 5ydnor,
Houston; Vaac^ & Bros., C. L- Pyron, San Antonio;
T. P. MuKinuey, Austin; Thomas H. /Sloo.'E. t¡. Whar-
ton, New Orleans. nonSQd&wtf
walteü l. mann mouoan mcmokkteb
MANN & McMOR RIES,
COTTON AND WOOL FACTORS,
ang21 Strand, Galveston. dAwtf
C. L. BEISSNER & CO.,
COMMISSION MJBRC HANTS.
ao OBitA PIA, HAVANA.
We will execute orders from onr friends in TexnR
for such staples as the Havunu MarUct tiers, It is
our intentiou to keep a ve sel ia the trade with Gal-
veston. [autillw-dtn Ü.L. B.itCo,
Main Slfett; Houston, Texas.
| ~~ Kraft & Tlmsstng.
Deaxjebs in Foreion and Domestic Dm Goods.
;• •¿•?0'ÜL^1,Bt555,fíI«t 'aitd Caps, Boots and Slioes, Ciothiug. Trunks,
formerly Baker & Bojling,, Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, etc., at
HOWARD & BURKHARDT'S OLD STAND,
22d Street, Galveston, Texas.
HARLOW J. PHELPS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 142 Oravhr Street,
Between Camp and St. Charles,
New Orlen it*.
T. F. White,
COTTON FACTOR & COMMISSION MERCHANT
JALONICK &. SMITH,
spit Strand, GaiíVeston. dw
F. W Chandler,
A 11 o r n e y-a t-L a w,
tr. vim viittr
j. y reí. Ft
New Goods from New Vork.
H. MILL.SR begs .oave to annonnce to hii Trl nds
-nd tin* public generally, that he has opened a store
«•a lremont stioot, in one of Mr. J. A SaiUer'u buii•:).
ligs, whoiw-hu otftrs for salo a stock of
•uch at Dry Goods, boots uuil Shoos, GroMries, Ilanl-
wure, Crockery aud Woot'euware.
Just rcerived, u hirge sopply ot the above per
schooner Msrv Msnkio. iIómm. am.. v.>. y,,, l-
"i"" " . ■• nirusiu, «II
* ~ Jioilt, l
. 1! «II t.i'li
AT GALVESTON AND HOUSTON,
AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Solicits a continuance of the patronage of hii
old frionds and the public. sepod&wly
A RTH IT R H. KDEY&GO.,
GENEttAI. COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
B59u liendlcy building, Straud, (jalvoáton,
Represented in New York by ITafTimn &
o. t. hughes,
DOSWELL & HUGHES,
*ar OfTSce In Sorley's Bt ildina. at C. R.iluches'.
Galveston Aw.7. 14. 186'i.
&- n. no«wrT.T^
Van iTorx A- Ziglcr,
IIhvc opened an office hi tiii lity for the purpose of
J.uyiug and classiug Cotton, nu from their long ex-j ^ 4 —
poriéncein the cotton trad feel assured they can ¡ Co. Represented in New Orleans by Kdey
fe buíu¿s.0n W "iay ent, USt ^ÍSd^tf & Pinckard. I Hit ( .'omtnmi St.
Ue'er to the merchants of Galveston generally.
RECEIVING & FORWARDING MERCHANT,
DEALER IN GROCERIES AND LIQUORS,
Kuhn's Building, Strand.
Galveston, Sept 9, '65—d&wGm
O. W, CBAWFOHftl CO.,
EX OH ANG K BROKERS,
Albert Ball's old stand,
Gold, Slvcr and Greenbacks botiffhl and sold at
,'nnent rites; Collections made on all nccossiblo
points in the United State and proceeds remitted on
lay of p.** meat. Interest a, wed on special deposits.
UatafftVa, T'xa*, July i 5. tf
. J. $. & J. k íÍYJDÑOR^
AUCTIONEERS & COMMISSION MERdWAVTft
S. E. LOE 11 & CO.,
COTTON FACTORS AiD
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
auI5 Main Street, Houston, Tpxas, dafl
SIIACKE LFOUD^ lÍROVVN fc CO.,
COTTON <fe WOOL FACTORS,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSIC^ MERCHANTS
Strand, Galveston Texas.
Resneetfullv solicit. i nn«i„n
nv3|m.vuuiij nwii^ur. ■ v'miuim
the old house upd the nublic a
r\p.i/i!w v 9rl. VSLftb
hoe of the patrons of
WHOLESALE AND B&TAIL GROCER,
Between th ; MarketAnd Bilik Wharf.
Keeps constAntly on ban/ assorted Groceries, also.
TUESDAY AND FRIÍ)A¥, AT EACIT PT iff Produce, mch us Floor. fnUtnan, Ortlons, Butter,
fljT L i bard, Cheese, Sour Krout, itc. Also, Corn, Bran anv
Wo occupy I«irue Fire-Pi oof Brink k^ki0*^ Bud Crockery, Tpba/coi Segara and Liquors.
iv "« iionscs a 00111
places, consequent y to oar old friers and others dis-
posed tomnke us consigumeiits we ofler them safety
and abundance of room Tor tUVexliiblUon of cvfliy de-
scription of merchaudi.se and countrv nruduce. Wu
Carriage Paint^s and Trimming.
Having seoured the sofvices of a first c ass
—r— • iid vuuuwy prouueet mil'arriftji Pa'nter aud 'jUimrtar, w^ are now
Also ofler onr serviocs ror the sale of I^al Estate, P'«P' r«á 1,1 lo 1,11 killed of
furniture, Horses, Carriages, etc., etc, CARRIAGE PARTING and TRIMMING,
ruT«^. „n i t« ,o.t J' St 4 J S^'I)íf®11- I «♦ the shortest npiicVatuHn the best manner.
A ig. JO, 1PW, d&wt1 m'ptll'Jím £. A X KTMG
The righrt K revived to reject Suv
considered advantageous to the Goterninent
EndOfse. i«i* iopii. "Proposals for Ft«sU ul-cf". ,
address thus ' u*
CAPT. t\\ P. n;)WlE
Chj«,t Com in is :i.y, D.'pt. (l(t
New Orleans, Lj
Union Marina and Firo.! ,ltkKtlmn««
of Galveston, lias resumed the busiiKH* „(■
agiiryst Fire, Mariife arid Inland .Nnviaafion ¡¿i
. ' , ' • , M in nnn iti^.
witlr fa 111 tal unimpaued, aud hhíou wdl setsnrsd >11
sititiug of ' "
?tock sÉOk> • •••••.•;• «120,00 «i
Loans orWflr. estate, good stucks, and cssii
ovfci 1(V) 00# |i
The Company wiH gi ant policies on cotton In'iire*
es, on merchandize 111 store, aud produce in count m
transportation, at tlieh formeh«fenhomiblc rstcK
ou Marine Itisks to und from the Dort of
Albert Ball, President;
L M Hitchcock, Viee l"t<
James 8oi' ey,
J P Davie,
port of (ieIvwv'in."*
C It Huglios,
N B Vitrd, •
A P I.ni kin,
George Yv, (¡rover.
Office: corner of Strand and 22<1 Atreet*
wAdly J. 8. BK15UH, 8ecr*h r.
Charles Fred. Jena ,
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCE8
MADE OM" COX-&IQ.VMF.XTS FOR SIHfMKMT Tt
Foreign and Domestic Port ,
0ft FOR SALE IK THIS XARKBT.
FOB 6AXX OK
NEW YORK, NEW OBLEAS
AXD ALL THE I'EIKCIPAl, CITIES Of
IN SUMS TO SUIT.
Ofejce Sur. Spscial Aot. Tbbakuhv I) t.
the ' 'State of Texas, ,
Houston, Sseptemoer P, 1865.)
Hating been appointed Agent of the 6'tsU'Of Low#-
Una to bcízc and takn possession ot nil cotton in the
State of Texas, that has been transferred by tbe( or-
eminent of the Confederate States to Henry W. Allei,
go-lull }d Govcrner of the State of Louisiana, ml til
other cotton that may have been purchased by ti
said Gov. 11. W, Allen, or his Agents, for or on Li-
half of *aid State of Louisiana, 1 hereby notily *11
partieshavingHtich described cotton in their possessies
that I shall proceed promptly in the discharge of my
All persons forwarding to mo reliable informatino
"n relation to the whereabouts of said cotton, or d -
livering the same at snch points as I may designad,
will bo liberally ie warded. W. PftfiN,
Sup. Spocial Agt. Trcas. Dept. fur th*
sept33dw(f "State of Tex .'
Assessou k Coixectoh's Orrici.i
County of GalveBtoí, f
All citizens, owners of Heal or PersouaHroptrty.
are hereby notified to render a List of same for As-
sessment for 1865, within sixty, days, fiend Lirt ■
I eluding all such property owned, on the lstofJ IJ«
Persons failing to render said List, are subject to w
'und the property will assessed as '• Unknown.
Office on Market street/ next door ^ajL^Lc
merc.al Expross Office, H. JuLFa,
A. 4o.,a. c.
Galveston. Sent. 19.1885.
Theodore It a 11 ss*
nriTfiiuiirnn mn /RWELLKB,
Haa reopened bis shop on Market Street,
next to Mr. Svlveater'u saloon, opposite 1^-
AshofFb drug store. He has a complete Mg0^
rnent of materiol on hand to carry on wore 1
his line. Everything done at bis shopinrw11^
od. lie invites his old customers and the poo-
lie generally to favor him with their patron r-
Galveston July 28,18G5— lydfcw.
HANS, GENGLER * 00.
The und*réigned beg leave to inform
ie nn 7lie srenerally, that they have formed cop
cr the firm of
rrouucp. iobacoo, Cigars and Llqnors. Wtsre
or St. Louis and Cineiunati Lag V Beer.
We will give prompt attentloa to «0
marte to ns. , '
Orders from the conntrv are solicited
MAT. GliNGLEB. or
P. D. DINK15LAKEB, of
Galveston, Aug. 15, lMft. -7 •
till |iu jiju g^uvi nun vu v
liertiiiip under the **
We will kce
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