Flake's Daily Bulletin. (Galveston, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 137, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 22, 1865 Page: 1 of 6
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FLAKE'S DAILY BULLETIN.
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cll a klks viltok.
jokk W« I.WK
irOMTOK, WELL A VU>OK,
gkh'kral commission merchants,
fflll receive Oittm wiirt other produce for Hale or
.s nment. order* for Plantation supplies,
«¡ten accHmp-i'iicd by «« *! or securedby coin ignm<oit
<nri>duaiu Instructions will be iniillicitly oheyed.
V ¿anal naien promptly rendered. and proceeds of
* ¡4 aiwi js r«>a 'y when culled for. je36-d6in
HA T, L I X « KR & JACK,
ArrortxKvs at Law,
Galveston, Texan. .
w$r At llieir old office, Post Office Street.
<, 11 futiil
WRKI)E & KO\SULMANH7\
B( ()T and shoemakers,
jj^WrbUAM Tell Hotel, Mabket Sorbet,
have slaige stock of tho lnjstquality of domestic
mi I trcljsn Leather oh band, also ii (.tuck of ready-
MLVE8TON, \V£DN ES DAY, NOV KM LUCK 22, 1865;
rntdc lioots nu.i Guuers.
We otter our vv«>rl; ¡it Ni'w
('.jiijia, Glass, fcurthen, Brittania
silver PÍ4TEI) wares,
TOV8 ANl> fancy alttu'lks
WOOD AX:> WILLOW WARE,
Corner Mechanic ami 22¡1 Streets,
f.idjy GALVESWN, TEXAS.
ÜI. H<!icli3ii;tii Cíe Co.,
Auótirueers und Commission Merchants,
«'111 shortly «pen n Ilnuso in GALVESTON; Good
I «o'wifrund us at either itisee, Domestic produce
trams on hand for sale or to exchange for nierchan-
Washington, D. C.
This lea.iing hotel, Renovated and Refurbished, 1*
P«rt««t order ior the reception aud accommo.
dation of ita old patrous. novldStn
PHILIP 0. TUCKER, T, J. LEAQUK.
TUCKER & LEAGUE,
Attorneys and Counsellors-at-Law, Galveston
Office as formerly 2nd door west of
MURRAY & NEPHEW,
COMMISSION AND SHIPPING MERCHANTS,
agents fob mubray's line of galveston packets,
No. QÜ South Street, New York.
Consignments of cotton, wool and hides will receive
our espala attend i in, and cash advances made
through J am its A. McKkk, Galveston. eug21dly
JAMES A. McKEE,
RECEIVING & FORWARDING MERCHANT,
Hundley's Building, Stiand, Galveston.
a31- Agent for Murray's Line of New York and Gal-
vest/ill PackHts. aug2Idlv
3. MARICIIKAU K. O. B L'iSLK, JK
MARUCIIEAU & De L'ISLE,
Commission Merchants & Wholesale Grocers
Stband Stbeet, Galveston, Texas.
Branch dim, E. Marucheau & Co., at San Antouio.
Represented in Houston by A«WhitaRer « Co.
WH execute orders for plantara and country dealers,
and make cash advances on consignments of cot-
ton, woo! or hides. *oct23dly
o. scnjildt kobt. voiot,
SCHMIDT At VOl G1\
RECEIVING, FOR WARDING AND GENERAL
Com mission Merchants,
sp20 Ilendley's Buudiug, Strnitd.
Doctor (iraensVille Dowcll,
(Late Mather, Hughes & Saunders,)
COTTON AND WOOL FACTOR,
JtffD GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
T). PRATT'S COTTON GINS for tale. Ofilce in
Kuhn's Building, Strand, G iv<- s. m, u¡í2tjul
JOIIN ii«7 A7«ÍOÑES7'
. ATTORNEYS f I' LAW, .
on- Office nixt £oor wost of Baldinger's brick
I. N. KOLB,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Mechanic Stbeet, between Centbe and 22d. St.,
keeps constautly on hand a large and
•well assorted stock of Ladies and Gentle-
men's shoes and Gaiters which he offers
Hamkatt Kino Aakun Kino.
D. it A. KING, _ _
iimt ', Sinn, tnUil Jítfiamboat I'&i.Uers, ' for s^ntThe fow^t'iSéí
Í'uVrr Jiawjers. GUwers, <tc. <£c.. ¡ Boots A shoes of the late*
* Xe*t to Iviiftoiliurg'a Iron Front store,
2Utiuh«t Street, Galveston.
SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN,
• SURGEON TO CITY HOSPITAL
Ofpick—Masonic Building. Post Office street.
Will visit HospitalTrom 7 t-> 8 a. sr. and 5 tioG v. u.
tar Parties will please leave orders at my office,
instead of at the drug stores. '
tarPatiouts are reoeivec4 ¡ato the Hospital on Per-
m ts from the Oolloctor of Customs,, Mayor of the
city and 0ÜM Justice of th? county. All others ap-
plying will be admitted as private pationts. Charges
$'i per day for Whites «n i $L 50 for Negroes.
tar A comfortable ánd quiet Ward is reservec1 fov
Mi dwíkkry cases. oct24dJy
J. A. RAILEY,
GROCER AND C0MM1SSNQN MERCHANT^
Strand Stbeet, Galveston,
Has always on hand a select stock of Groceries
Liquors, Cigars, etc., etc , for city and country trade.
tar Galveston News, Texa« Ranger and Ilr en ham
Recorder's Coübt.—.Judge (Me Pre/Ming:—
Matthew Mill man, was found vagabondizing
around ; having to all uppearauoe learned to Uve
without eating, which is not aocording to the cus-
tom of the people of Galveston, consequently the
curiosity of the police wan excited, and one of the
offlcet H arrested nim, in order to ascertain the phy-
siological condition of Milltnan, and brought
him before Court. Finding he did not differ from
other men, the Court (deeming it necessary that
each person should have a boarding house and'
regular employment,) fined him $2, and costs, in
default of which he was sent to jail.
Patrifck Madden and Oha s. Morgan, were found
under the'influence of liquor, and not being able
to give a good account of themselves, in conse-
quence of the evidence going to show that they
had no home in particular, they were reprimanded
by the Recorder and ordered to pay a fine of $6,
Galveston, Nov. 21st, 1865.
Schr. Iverman (Stellman), New Orleans.
Steamship Haze (Pennington) New Orleans.
Schr. Tweed, (Kinney) Matamoros.
Steamer Palmyra, (Sinclair) New Orleans.
Schr. James House (Overton) New York.
Galveston, Nov. 21, 186G.
Steamship Clinton, Indianola.
Steamship Everman, from Sea.
Steamship Zenobia for Now Orleans,
— latest styles made to order.
Galveston, October 10th 1865. OctlOd3m
Will attend to all work in their line promptly and at
An assortment of Paints, Oil, Turpentine, Window
Sign Painting Matnials, ou haud.
Gnlv>:st(iii, Aug 7, ISH5. t-WGm
&Hir BROKER A COMMISSION MERCHANT,
16Ü COMMON STREET
Sew Orleonw. >,
Ordure for every desenptinn of Merchandise promptly,
?*iiMffRtti#nt* nf cotton, produce an J'hides solicited
Í fi-Kpe .tiully oflur my services to the people of T^xas
«•lujidüni W. WAKEFIELD.
ISAAC N8WSKS & CO.,
C f) M M1 S S I O N M E R 0 HAN T S
COTTON FA CTORS,
nium), ÍXiitNF.k twksty-fkcond strket,
NO. in CARONDELET STEET,
.Mt'W Oricaiis, liU.
R A N G li ll & C O.,
General Dealers in
COT PON, WOOL & HIOFS.
GALVESTON AND HOUSTON.
ON NEW YORK, NEW ORLEANS,
LONDON. BREMEN, HAMBURG.
% AND PARIS, FOR SALE
OttccR, Bremond's Building, córner Main aul Com
nerce streets. Houston, aud Heudley's Buiidinir.
Doctor Chas. W. Trueheart,
SURGEON and PHYSICIAN,
Offioe in the Hurlbnt buildin -, liostoffice street.
Office b(>urS y a. m. to 3 p. m. and 0 to 9 r. m.
6'leeping ttjmrtnients at the City and Marine Hospital,
jr. H. W EL DON,
wholesale dealer in
STAKES AMP-FANCY GROOERIES,
Ales, Wlncn, '.liquors, Tobacco and Cigars,
comíiert:ial k agricultural bank building,
Corner of Market and Tremont Streets.
Consignments of Merchandise or Country Produce
will receive careful attention and prompt returns,
Cotton Bhipped to New Orleans. New York and
Galveston, Oct. 7, 1865. * oct7 tf
a. buttkay. c. b. zulavsny. 8. a. mastebs.
A. RUTTKAY & Co.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
biKT A? RV 0tCe a Week íür íhTr m0ntha unfl 8end ~ The str- Evermann left Galveston on Friday
Nov. 17th for New Orleans, having on board the
24th Indiana Volunteers, Lieut. Col. W. L. Pollard
com'g. together with several passengers, among
whom were quite a number of ladies. After pro-
ceeding about 85 miles from this port, she encoun-
n/a heavy gale from the Northwest, in the oom-
G. S. GRIMES,
GROCER, PRODUCE, AND
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
Tbemont Stbeet next door to News Office,
novl GALVESTON. dim
Wholesale Dealer in Nobthebn and Westebn
62 Tchoupitonlas Street, New Orleans.
All orders from the country, accompanied with
cask, win meet with prompt personal attention.
lleference.— Adolpii Flake, Esq., Uflord & Jones,
Galveston ; JoTin Collins, Esq., IIouííott; 'T). 1 ivan,
Esq., indianola,. nov?d&wly
Hfilimt nnnni, vlll
, v ,/righM —u.,
Messrs. Guion & Co., Liverpool.
signments of Cotton, Wool and other
?roduce to Messrs. Duncan, Sherman & Co., New
ork, William P. Wright, Esq., New Orleans, and
W. H. NICHOLS W. N. 000K.
W. H. NICHOLS & CO,
octl Stban.i, Galveston, Texas, dtf
IV. AS HERMITAGE7
HOUSE, SIGN, ORNAMENTAL,
ánd steamboat painter,
20th St., between the Market and Custom House,
$dr Slating, Papering, Carriage Painting, Ac.
Signs of every description, neat, quick and
cheap. i aug23dtf
C1 as on & Co.,
NEW TOEK i D LIVERPOOL.
(late or nkw oblkans,)
CaMi advanccB made on consignments to New Or-
wans, Now York and Liverpool.
PnrchUBos made ln Europe nud the United States
against payment hero iu specie, currency or kind*.
"WIL*jíA^I STILB9. '
iVV. KTIRT STIRGP:nJi.
A. BUTT LAR,
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER,
Autl Real Estate Agent,
Theodore Wagner's Office, Hendley's Building,
emmktt Mix, | m. jeff. TitoarsoN
Lato of Memphis, i Late of Missouri.
i richahd power.
I L .te of Ark
MIX, T1I03IPS0N & POWER,
C OMMISSION MERCHANTS,
COTTON AND WQOL FACTORS,
. No. 69 Common and No. fiO Canal Streets.
Having established onrselves in New Orieans to do
a general Grocery, Commission ana Factorage Busi-
ness, we respectfully solic.t a share of the patronage
,.f innr friends tln outthout the South and West.
S. M. SWENSON,
(late of Austin, Texas,)
GENERAD COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 26 Exchange Place,
Wi.l give speélal attention to the sale of Corn>N
and Wool; the purchase of Merchnndis" (on orncrs
provided for by remitiances or shipum'nts) and the
invrstniont of hinds in Government or other securities.
VST Mv House In New Orleans will be conducted by
Messrs. W. M. PERKINS and J). L. REUNION,
of the we(l known firm of Perkins a Co.
icement of which she lost her rudder, and be-
to drift. On Sunday the vessel reached Pass
Cavalla where they east anchor and waited for the
St. Ship Clinton, Wtñch tóok her in tow and bro't
them back to this port yesterday morning Cot* Pol-
lard and Mr C. K. Gallagher describes the scene
on board, as having beén most fearful. They say,
that for hours each one was expecting a watery
grave. Crew and passengers labored alike in con-
structing rafts ami. taking charge of life-boats.
The highest praise is given to the officers, engineers
and crew of the Evermann for their heroic exer-
tions in order to save the lives of the people on
board. The Clinton took the vessel in tow and ar-
rived here yesterday morning, bringing the wel-
come news that no lives were lost.
Ultl ii iciMia bUitrii^iivuii vtiu muuvti imiu ncoti
We will always keep on han i a general stock oft
v.rocories, and we will b > prepared to make adyances
on And dlsuose of all cotton, corn, and other
on and dispose of all cotton, corn, and <
and Southern Produce consigned to us.
sp28dtf MIX, THOMPSON & POWER.
BERN ARD & BADEttT^
wholesale dealers in gróceries, die.,'
Corner of Mechanic and 23d Streets.
Will constantly keep on hand a arge and well as-
oni-tarT at.!wtlr nt OrooeripH. which tlipv oftfir for kiiIa At
the lowptst nri^es.
W. S. THOMAS. J. 8. MOLCKDON. C. R. Buockway.
Tliomns, McLendon & Brockway,
RECEIVING, FORWARDING AND
COMMISSION MERQH AN TÍ,
IV a vaso to.
Also Agenta for Commercial Express Company.
senSdlm 1 J
HI. S. Kenton,
GENERAL COMMISSON MERCHANT,
will beceive and sell on commission,
Grocer of all Description*.
Reference—The business men and plante s of Texas
BALL, HUTCHINGS & CO.,
* Cotton Factors
jylw&dly Galveston, Teta*.
A. Allen 9l Co.
hav i esnmed business in the MARBLE YARD, Centre
si,re i. Moni.ménts, Toombs aud Headstones prepared
to o dor on short notice.
G > l\eston, June 30,1865. dAwtf
£. L. (Jflbrd*
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION MEnCHANr
AND DEALER in
Old Stand, Tremont Street, Galveston, T zat.
April 15. lBC/i- k
a. seh8ums .j. o. «asbis.
i a. sessums <Si co.,
lOTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION
Kuhn's Building, Strand, Galveston,
Will give personal attention to all business entrusted
to their car .
tar They are prepared to make liberal cash ai!
vanees upon proouce conslg-ed to their friend* In
New Orleans, New York, Bostou and ¿Ávt rpoul.
branch of H. G. Stetson, new Orleans.
Corner 22d and Mechanic streets, one at. from Strand,
Has on hand, 60,000 assorted Envelopes.
250 reams letter; note, cap aud bl 1 Paper. >
200 lbs. Drugget and utheriTwiue .^ v;
C^tt n sampling Paper, Copying Pressea.
Copying Books, Ship Log Books, Poatfo^os.
Steamboat Blank Books.
Arnold'sCopying Ink aud Fluids.t
Mannar (I Noye's Inks. '
Exchange Books, Cashf Boxes.
Bills Lading, 1
novCdly Marking lake, etc., ete., ete*
IHIWtf Scliéol t.^.rvV, I
THE GALVESTON SEMINARY is reopened
un<}ct tho direction of MiagES HaPuodd, in Turner
Hall, until tte ^omfuary Building éan be occupied.
Languages, Musip—Pisno, Guitar qr Vooai; Praw-
ng, Painting or other .ornamental branches, with a
horough English course, can *>é pursued if desired.
Madame M. Perkins has eharge of the Pianp and
French Classes. octsp21lf
REAL ENGLISH '
TE^iNANX S ALE.
om HUNDRED CASKS
FOR SALE BY
HANS, GEKGLER <fc CO.
Galveston. Nov. 8. tf
F. FLAKE 41 COM
Agents uf the German Publishing House of
' ■ .
Si F. GERHARD. NEW VOBTT
Kraft & Thusaing.
DbalEKS IN Fonnmv *vn T>iitrv«fm rinv finnn .
22d Street, Galveston, Texas.
Jnst received and for sale ;
Gerhard's Illustrated German Family Calendar for
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