Flake's Daily Bulletin. (Galveston, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 133, Ed. 1 Friday, November 17, 1865 Page: 2 of 6
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FLAKE 8. EDÍKEB.
Krttay M.rniBg, November 17
Agento. — Scott
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Al*M 1 thiaJoaroal
24 Pin street,
i, — ™«n R. Sherwood, Esq ,
i >7, New York city, in the General
_ i l for the cities of New York,
, Philadelphia and Baltimore.
mr Meaara. Hertzberg A Simon are onr duly au-
thorised eft'nta for Ban Antonio—for the "Union"
M wiH aa the Bulletin.
Ifassas. O'Baia* A Co., are onr only authorized
ogenta for the city of Now Orleans.
/r We have secured the «enrices of Mr. Wliill-
0|i>, Esq., of the N. 0. True Delta, as assistant in
the editorial department of (bis paper. Mr. Whilldin
arrived an the Bellvidere yesterday, and will enter
«pon hi* duties to-morrow.
_ Any person having a good dwelling for
lent will please communicate with M. Whilldin,
•I the office of this paper.
ftt- Bee new advertisements—schooner Sarah
Haría is up for New York.
Bee notice of German Almanac for 1866 for sale
at this offloe—wholesale or retail.
N. Lidstone, Esq., has a large lot of lumber for
sale, adjoining Lidstone A Barnes* Auction Booms
has just received a lot of Yellow Pine.
Call at E. L. Ufiord's Auction Booms at 10 A.
1L to-day—he offers good bargains of general
Mrs. L*Etondal wants sis sewing girls.
pgr We had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Irwin,
from Matamoros and Brownsville, which placea he
left on Monday last* Be informs as that the Lib-
eral forces under Escobedo, Cortina A Co., had
been withdrawn from around the city. A rein-
forcement of about 2,000 French and Austrians
had arrived at Bagdad and there can now be no
doubt but that Gen. Mejia will hold Matamoros
and keep open communication with Bagdad. The
Imperialists have two gunboats on the river be-
sides the steamer Antonio, which mounts one gun.
It is the impression of Mr. Irwin that the Liberals
have withdrawn to recruit their foroee, though we
believe that they had a fear of Media's reinforce-
ment, which was, no doubt, their principal reason
for retiring. We also learn from Mr. Irwin, that
the steamer Bio Grande was captured a short time
since, by the Liberals. It seems that a party of
them crossed one night at Clarksville, cut loose
the Bio Grande from her mooriogs at Bagdad and
pulled her over the river to this side. The Cus-
tom House officials at Clarksville have taken pos-
session of her, though it is thought that she will
be turned over to the captors.
<rtr The U. S. transport Belvidere arrived this
p. m. , 44 hours from New Orleans, with freight and
the following passengers:
Lieut. Broke, 48th Ohio; Bev. Ben. G. Ropers,
S. D. Houston, bearer of dispatches; M. Whilden
—6 in steerage.
The steamer Merrimae from New Orleans to New
York, put back leaking badly. She sprung a leak
250 miles S. E. of South-West Pass—leaked so
bad it put tbe fires out Stood back under can-
of Shipping Receipt
ftf Steamship Magnolia cleared with 321 bales
cotton fsr New Orleans.
The steamship Crescent P. D. ¿Latham
commander, left KeW Orleans Nov. 13th, at 3:30
r. m. On the 14th passed steamship Chas. Mor-
gan. with the steamship Merrimae (of the star
line) in tow, 8 miles to the westward of South
West Pass. The Merrimae left New Orleans for
New York on the 9th inst, with a load of soldiers
and passengers, she is supposed to have broken
JitrWe have had the pleasure of meeting Capt
John Jackson, who has just launched one of the
most substantial boats that we have ever seen on
the bey. We feel assured that the "Bam " and
her popular Captain, will have a thriving trade.
Captain Jackson is one of the safest navigators on
the bay. Success to him and his "Bam."
pB* C. B. Black, Esq., parser of steamship
Crescent has our thanks for the latest N. Orleans
We have heard it mid that one of the rea-
sons that our citizens were so dilatory about reg-
istering, was that they did not know when they
would have an opportunity to vote. As they now
have an opportunity afforded to them to vote, we
irust that we shall see the toll of voters greatly
increased. Many of the counties with less popu-
lation than Galveston have a larger number of vo-
ters registered. The Governor lias ordered the
necessary measures for us to again refer matters
to elections by the people, as may be seen from
our telegraphic dispatch in to-day's Bulletin.
ptr It will be remembered that Governor Ham-
ilton appointed a committee to inquire into the
condition of our State Treasury. Ex-Oov. E. M.
Pease and Mr. ¿toante Palm have made a report of
their investigations. The report oomes near fill-
ing eleven columns of the Southern Intelligenaer.
The report shows, that the books of tbe last Mili-
tary Board vire not very accurately kept. We at
present have not the spaoe to publish the report
in foil, but to show how our financial matters have
been managed daring the last few years, we pub-
Bncamruumdir or State Djebt.
8 per cent Btafe Bonds and interest
to 1st Jan. 1866,
Due to School Fund,
Due to University Fund,. „ At
Fund accrued from estates not cl'd,
Fund accrued from escheated est's,
County Tax Fund,
Special Loan Tax Fund,
10 per cent interest Warrants out-
Treasury Warrants outstanding,...
Debts due from appropriations not
di&nii^.j. . i.........
Estimated amount due for Militia,
Estimated amount due for soldiers'
pay and supplies and transporta-
Debt of the late Bepublio of Texas,
Amount due J. M. Moore, by Mili-
Amount due Oliver A Bra's by do.,
Amount due W. S. Beed A Co., do.,
Probable amo't that will be claimed
1 by individuals for ootton lost
Under Gov. Mur ah's cotton Oper-
ations SaV*.'. .... .V.
of Confederate bonds, which aU persons were ear-
nestly advised to invest in, in fact you made sucb
misplaced confidence a test of loyalty, but you,
yourselves were too disinterested to become a cre-
ditor of the «in king Confederacy.
For the first two years of the rebellion you were
very bold, confident and defiant in the advocacy ol
"our cause." You asserted your position and is-
sued your mandates in the imperious tones of a
dictator; but for the other half of the time, you
endeavored to support youi unteniable positions
by false argumente and ansertionH. You tolo the
people they were unanimous for secession,
that they were the freest most enlightened, ami
most patriotic nation in the world; that they had
within their own country all the resources for car-
rying on a protracted war, and with tlieir chival-
rous character, never could be conquered; and you
instanced the revolutions of ether countries, ana
belied history to deceive the people.
You showed at the very time the Southern armies
were being driven with great slaughter from 'one
stronghold to another, and giving up the country,
that we could successfully invade the North, and
oblige our so called enemies to sue for peace at
their very hearth stones.
Every retreat on our part was a strategy tie move-
ment; the more our armies became thinned and
demoralized by the war, the better condition were
they in, according to your account.
You declared to the deluded people that the in
' habitants of the free States were a blood-thifty,
evil-minded race of cowardly tyrants and free-
booters, and to support yonr assertion, j|ou invented
all sorts of false accounts about their inhuman
treatment of Southern women and children in the
You asserted that subjugation would be more
than lingering death, and that re-construction was
impossible; that the two antagonistic sections
could no more mingle and harmonize, than water
and oil ; that the Northerners, being base born,
were selfish and cowardly ; while we, a high toiwd^
hospitable, chivalrip nation of gentlemen and ladies
.«¿a. 8he was towed by the steamer Morgan back , - - „
Pass, There she no, Ue. in «he
mud. Two tugs were alongside pumping her out- porary presence among us, was odiom, that they
The Merrimae had aboard passengers, troops and carried with their persons, the redolenoe of onions
a foil cargo.
TEXAS SECESSION NEWSPAPEB&
insh ; that universal nigger equality was
e object and aim, after the almighty dol-
That the Government of the United State? was,
in reality, a dictatorship, and would soon be so
All of which nonsense and more, I am sorry to
acknowledge, was as readily believed as Holy writ
You suppressed all information which was un-
And now to you, the secession newspapers of favorable to the Confederacy, for fear that the peo-
Texas, I will address simply ; although few in pie would relent of their -rashness, and think of
number and small in dimension, you were terrible returning to the Union; then your race would
in wickedness ; having no one to oppose you, with have been run : you were, like Macbeth, too far
the Confederacy to back you, you and the various steeped in iniquity to improve.
officials held absolute sway over the minds, ac- When you heard of Lee's surrender and capture,
tions, lives and property of the people. |you kept back the knowledge, until it was received
You counselled the persecution of all
suspected of Union sentiments ; you u
sorts of violence committed under authority of lor's captures followed in quick
Ereten ted laws, vigilance committees, mob vio- j still you were not at your wits' end ; for Jefferson
ince, military officials and Confederate agents, Davis was comiug here with 100,000 veterans, and
on Dersons of donhtfhl lnv«li
t~.;— r— 7 —- -o——~ •" mo vuuieuenicy. a purely gr
victims !— And by your insidious articles, you you, on behalf of unwilling Texas! m
nerved the midnight murderers arm, and gave a ¡ If the people of this State had followed your
tone of respectability to the commission of inhu- ¡ advice to the last, I am thinking that you would
man deeds too malignant for the heart of Bobes- • have been with your compatriots, in Mexico, or
... . , , I Europe, luxuriating on the proceeds of Texas cot-
Nothrag was wrong which in your judgement ton, while the country that had. been cursed bv
would conduce to Confederate aggrandizement, or iy0Ur presence, would now exhibit a scene of desc
which did not accord with y
ous felony, worthy of death.
to attempt to control and direct the people in tt
j Agists ur the Gebman Ptbukhixo Houa,
V. GERHARD, S£WYÓBl¿
Just received and for side
Gerhard's Illustrated Gernmn Family''CnJwLur fo
Gerhard * Working German C.dendar fw
Gerliard's Family .German Calendar for ISM
Gerhard's Cheap German Ctdendar for 18C6
jjaer- Subscriptions received for Gei-Wrf'* r
man-American "Garteulaube." «Bvl7dtf
THIS DAY, FRIDAY, AT 10 O'CLOCK A M
50 bills Potatoes, 20 bbls Onions,
20 bbls Apples, 10 boxes ilonongahels WhiuV.
10 boxes Champagne,
6 " Cognac, 5 boxes Hostetter's Bittern.
6 •« Bchisdwn Schnapps, 10 hdxes CliuL
ti " Gin Cordial, 6 do Whisky Cordial
6 " Barnett's Brandy Cocktail, •
10 boxes Palm Soap. Ketchup, Tobacco. TV
Snuff. Lot of silver Watches, (new)
DRY GOODS, CLOTHS, RO(ÍTS, SHOES.
Bedsteads, Tables, 2 Handsome Settees,
Parlor Stoves, Cooking Stove, (new), Lainos.
Carpenters Tools, Trunks.
Kentucky Rope, Bnline Twine and sundry other
articles. E. L. UFFOBD
ON FBIDAY, 17TH INST., AT 11 O'CLOCK,
We sell, without reserve, in front of our store on
800 BALES CHOICE NORTHERN HAY,
in small lots with the privilege of large.
which will be hereafter enumerated.
J. S. A J. B. 8YDNOB.
J •—J • « ^ vviowvuo vjf a ail cessilu 1L , iti<^ tt- ^
for purjjose of lowed by tVe dear people' keep alive the seoession
Yon t . i m .. element under the false name of democracy. Yon
I Which think by coinbinining and uniting ¡the [evil spiri
as frequently found suspended by hempen cord of all sections, to once more attain control of t]
from forrest tre *
cold lead and r
about violent deatbn
.r; , , reopie ot Texas! during the late disostnou
^ nonchalance of Collect bellion, did your secession newspapers tell vou one
d Herbois , and you generally, after his Btyle, aluo single truth, except by mistake, orim some uniin-
$ 998,440 00
,j , ' , -> : "i ic, ontu single trutn, except by mistake, or on some unim-
wavs ¿?Tow ^ y°F.,haPP.y jotóng portant subject? Did any of their prognostics-
wajs, to show that justice had quietly claimed her tions or theories prove true? Have you beenmade
broSit^ h^^°«íBlÍty' Td y°U eXülted Crime' flae^^r'ffve^¿^TeíefittSd ^ffií^way ?
Atfíírdepravity. i beg that you will look into this matter and treat
At the commencAmoTit of the war you told the them as they deserve
. Wi U1D W(U JUU WI1U U1U
public, with an air of assurance, that the people of
the North had neither the moral or physical ability
ta fight; in short that they were cowards ; that
one Southron could whip ten Yankees ; keenin
from view that the Texas military forces conta
> ¡ C. L. McCARTY, Ex-Sheriff of Galveston conn-
tv, has agSin commenced his old hnninnHn nf R^ni
^ H U1I1IUUJ 1UIW wmimuea V < "-a iwuimoui/nu Ilia UIU uuniuvss OI HtUl
a right smart sprinkling of yankees and foreigner.); Agent and Auctioneer, at the store of Mr. E.
in foot that some commands contained not a sinp' Mori?an- Thankful for former support. I would
Southern born man ; all of which you well kne
You boosted thu th. S?tate8 were ge^' of "™.l S,.™
-o.. - v.uu....uance.
I will, in a measure, give my attention to the pur
7T™ OUl1?8 were ge^ cba8e nd "ale of real estate/ P
i^ ***' m. m®n 1 have on hand and for sale, very desirable
means, and must certainly soon succu: ab; that the property, and more coming. Parties wishing to pur-
frequent brilliant victories of the Southern armies chase will do well to give me a call before closing
were mowinggdown the hated Northerners, asa elsewhere. I will alto sell property in any part o 1
winter frost cuts down the summer grass, and thp city or county snd at any time my survices are
capturing all the commissary stores from the ene- n?eded'?t fta reasonable charges as any one in the line
C. L. McCARTY,
nd Real Estate Agent.
N. B.—Will sell regularly two davs in each week.
General Tux Agcnrjr Cinlvcston, Tnm,
H. H. TRUEHART, will attend to the payment
of City, County, State and Unite States Taxes
on property in all portions of the State. Fees
CABINET MAKERS will find steady employment
at the HOUSE-FURNISHING WARE HOUSE,
novl6d2t Tremont Street
P. Ia. BECKER,
Pianos Tuned and Rep aired. Wari-unto
all his work tor nix months.
*?- Orders left a t the ««tore of H Mil-- — .
ler, Tremont street will lie promptly attended t'>,
Galveston, Nov. 10, U6>. " d^in
For New Orleana.
The fine Steamship '' TONAWA.NDA,"
Teal, master, having superior aecommo-*®"®
dations, will leave for New Orleans on Friday,
Nov. 17th, 1865. '
T. H. McMAHAN & GILBERT,
Per Bark Eagle, from New York,
1,000 SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT,
(Bkst Ouoiwd Abi-n) for sal by
novl5d3w WOI-STON, WELLS A VIDOR.
For Sale at Wholesale Price s, bjr
BOULDS BAKER A CO.,
$50,000 Worth of Dry Goodsy
* WELL SELECTED STOCK.
Also, a good stock of Groceries, Bagging, Rope,
nnvl5 Gunny Bag , etc.. etc. dtf
«upturuig ui me commissary stores from the ene- . .7 Z
8UOh ^ en0rm0^ «*** that SÉSSi - °° Auctioneer and^Reai £tataA«U
21'870 90 would be impossible. Every^battie'and ««onxsn
o fiS l\ Iwa? «.Serious victory for the South, and an extin-
3,592 61 guishmg defeat to the North.
ÍV7K U £"wav8 CaTe minute details of t>l<t nnrnW
1 wuuo our
180.000 00 fivr mniÍAl
xou always gave minute details of the numbers On the 15th Kv u i «_
of toe enemy Silled, andof his resources captured, "S^S^McSÍ
while our losses w«r« invariably too insii/niftcant ^ V RECEIPT BOOK,
y wo inB1Kumcant which the finder will obllf'o by returning to the
iou,uuu w for recital. « rX- 1
1.888,397 901 U fom lie8 had been troths, (pethep thi, i. Lippmim ^ KopperL
1UI Ann on 8°le^8n!>) Southern arms had twice over annihilate. For New York
iko'aoo nn ®d 4116 Yftnke0 n *1011. long before the war ended.' '
150,000 00( You deluded the distracted people with foreign The fast soiling Schooner SARAH MARIA
intervention in every conceivable form, yon preach- will have quick dispatch for the above port
o Aon AAA aa' 8 cotton and other vagaries with the sem- For freight or charter apply to
bled persistence of honest conviction, and the A CROSAd
110,613 23 enthusiasm of a bedlemite. novl7d4t at Opperman's Store, Strand street
.. I You advocated the Confederate constitution as
in'íuo in the P6^601'00 of humim laws, you supported the
o AÍQ nn conscnpt aud other oppressive laws, ar 1 ould
00 have supported Jefferson Davis* assnmpúun of an
1 impcr'al diadem, and shown to th<> dnvn
""t " ■* «inuDiu, «mu nuwwu VU lUC UOWn
I people that it was perfectly constitutional,
oo aaa An BHHUre<l ns that the Con' J—"
SÜ.W0 00 nnt.Ofl Wf^rA flrtnnrlo/1 Ari n onv^
pl(VQ6<l •" —
fiinJa * in f1>ii
ku ill «un xraw
notes as beftne
respectfully submi .
V \1 PEASE.
assured us that the Confederate Treasury
were founded on a sure basis; that they
<fl itunil m wo1nld 811 be redeemed at pai-, that they were the
5# only true representatives of values, am)
Yellow Pine dumber.
Is now receiving a superior cargo of
Yellow Pi ne ,
p* ach'r Martha, consisting of
Tma Ocf 1RR.V
vtaij ii uo A^pit t?uuiuves oi valuer., MIU
«ilver coins only articles of traffic. You áénounc- w r> ®
edall persons who questioned the worth of this Weatheb Inch Boards, Scantliko A Joist
Kiu (MA no I18 fcra*tora *° country, and by your of aU sizes. For sale at his lumber yard. Strand
^ ^joi^ MM *
714,006 67 sorrow—and when these faithless promises were . .. ■ ^ novl7d21
M«t miaomly (Sreogh jma egwe™in the mrtta? nt,rlM2t-l"lrCl' Church.
City Cotton Weigher.
The undersigned having been appointed City Cot-
ton Weigher, begs leave to offet his services to the
public. Office at the store of H. Hohorst, Strand,
novl.ídlin C. SCHRAMM.
POSTOFFICE, GALVESTON, TEXAS,}
November 11, 1865. |
Having made the ntcewary arrancón enta with Mr.
J. 3. Taft, Postmaster at Houston, the Malls for the
Interior of thd Stat will be smt from and after to<day
on every Kegulnr Passenger Train «f the O., H A fl-
it. R The Mail closes at this office, Sunday and
Friday, at C P. M.; Tncsdny and Thursday, at 8 A. M.
The domestic Postage of ihe United States is Three
Cents per half ounce, in postage stamps of the new
iBsno. The old United States postage stamps are re-
pndiated, a;id are notrecfiv8ble for postage.
Payment of Postage in money Is strictly prohibited.
„jt t , v.ctor w. orahn,
Cuy f roperty Ibr Sale.
The undersigned otters for salo Lots No. 11,12,#M|-
13 and 14, in Block No. 373, together with the K|S
two story honse ano appurtenances thereon, in*""1
the Eas tern portion of tne city. Apply on the tremi;
8®".MRS. LOUISE HOFFMAN.
- .. . " i
SHOE, ROOT, LEATHER AND
Also, mannfactor of Shoes and Boots, oppositen
the central Marset, in the houst ofO. W. Beiss-ffli
ner. Keeps oonatantly on hand a large asaort-f fK.
ment of ahoes and boota of Northern and his own
manufacture: alao Leather of all kinda, and ahot-
purchasers11 *' ^ W,uc,, toritea the attention #f
v Shoes and Boota made to order oa abort nottoe
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