Flake's Daily Bulletin. (Galveston, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 137, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 22, 1865 Page: 3 of 6

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Bt of PrrMbenoftbii Tnu Con.
foienw.
Wesley Smith, P. E.
and Book Agent.
Bald will.
i^tvebton District, we

oJlvSSu Fv^dmen's Charge, J. W. Shipman.
gouston Freediu en's Charge, to be supplied by
*rfírmony Grove, to be supplied by E. A. Stoc-
Ü£S: w. Blake, ??.' SV """
MAT. OKKOLU.
.r. D. DIKE EL Am.
field. O. A. Fisher, F. P. Ray, R. Crawford.
Located Tras \ear. — G W Cottinoham,
ivis, H M Burrows, ~W & Foot,
Cottingham,
IE Chalk, RYKii
John!
TW!
HANS, GENGLKll & CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
""SlonNfc H. W. Sooth
Shapard
SSriTftnd Freedmen'H Charge, J. H.
Ed Chapel T. F. Windsor.
ultrtCOfda, to bo supplied by A. G. Beaumont.
Richmond, J. A-
Vo.tBoiitl Hpd Freedmen'i Charge, J. Rice,
¿an Felipe, A. MeKinney.
nHAPPELL Hill District, R. Alexander, P. E.
Chappell Hill, Freedmen's Charge, F. C. Wil-
ktWashington Freedmen's .Charge and-Prof. Eng.
Literature in Soule University, B. D. Dashiel.
Washington, Rock Island and Freedmen'sCharge
D B Wright.
Brenhaifl nnd Independence, "J. C. Spencer.
Bellville, J. M. Baker.
J. Matthews, Supernumerary.
Stone's Chapel, to be supplied by J. H. Stone.
Hempstead and Salem Freedmen'a Charge, to be
supplied.
Anderson, H. M. Glass.
Plantersville, J "T. Wesson.
President Soule U iversitv, J. M. Follanshee.
Prof. German du., J. A.. B. Ahrenn.
Profess >r Pennma ship and Phonograph, do.
E. E. Smith.
Hüntsvílle District, J. T. Daves, P. E.
Huntsville, 0. M. Addison.
President Andrew Female College. R. T. Heflin
Trinity, to be supplied by P. San die
Cold Springs and Waverly, T. B. Buckingham.
Danville, G. S. Sundle.
Madison, to be supplied by J. Mriver.
John Powel, Supernumerary.
Montgomery, A. W. Smith.
Montgomery Freedmen's Charge, C. H, Brooks.
COMMISSION MERCUANTB,
Centeb Street,
.eunon, Wm H Between Strand and Me hanir streets, opposite ftc
Washington Hotel.
Carmer, P Philips,
Rrger-i, Andrew
J G Johnston.
. Ungates to thi General Conference.— Ro-
bert Alexander, Wm McK Lambdin, John W Phi-
lips. Thomas Stanford, William G. Veal, Asbury
Davidson, Isaac G John, W Whipple.
Reserve Delegates, — £ W
Seat, J E Ferguson.
The Medicil Department of Soule University
was by the Trustees, upon the recommendation
of the Conference, located at Galveston.
The Conference provided for the division of thé
Conference, and Waxahatchie was chosen as the
pluee where the new Conference will hold its first Liverpool
session. The Texas Conterence elected to hold i 5000 Sacks Salt,
its next annual session at Galveston. 200 doz. genuine "Bass" Pale Ale and Lon-
Sundry papers were ordered to be published in ! don Stout. 700 Bundles painted Hoop Iron, with
the Advocate, all of which will be forwarded as patent, Arrow Ties attached.
novl8
Galveston, Texas.
dly
FOR SALE, ex ship "Louimta" direct from
soon as practicable.
James W. Shipman, Sec. T. A. C.
The Brig ') FLORENCE," from New York, is
now discharging cargo at Kuhn's wharf: consignees
will pleuse receive their freight as landed on the
wharf, as the vessel will not be responsi'ole for loss
or damage to goods after landed, and all goo da re-
maining on the wharf after 4 r. u. will be stored at the
risk and expense of owners.
J. S. SELLERS A CO.,
nov22dt5 Agents.
Spring Creek, J. M. Turner.
emp.
Caldwell District, D. Morse, P. E.
Bp,
Wi
est Liberty, B. A. Kemi
Caldwell, M H. porter.
Lexington, to be supplied.
Boon ville. J. R. White.
Union Hill, W. G. Nelms.
Kntersville. C. W. Thomas.
Post Oak Island, to be supplied by A. C. Dela-
plai'i.
Austin District, I. G. John, P. E.
Austin and Freedmen's Charge, J. W. Whipple
Austin Circuit, J. W. Philips.
Bastrop, J. M. Whipple.
Pres. Bastrop Institute, R. T. P. Allen.
Prof. Mat., do., It. D. Allen.
Bastrop Freedmen's Charge, D. Couison.
Ced'ir Creek, to be suppliedi.
Winchester, J. W. B. Allen.
La Grange, to be supplied by Q. M. Menefee.
La Grauge Freedmen s Charge to be supplied.
Navidad, one to be supplied.
C. J. I ane, Supernumerary.
C-dumbus, H. S. Tluall.
Colunbus Fr jedmon's Charge, to be supplied by
Ben Williams.
Gonzales District, Asbury Davidson, P. E.
Gonzales and Freedmen's Charge, A. B. Harris.
Tliomsonville aud Freedmen's Charge, E. Du-
valL
Seguin, to be supplied by T. A. Lancaster.
Harris Chapel, to be supplied.
Prairie Leu, W. T. Thorübury.
Lock hart, H. A. Graves.
Blanco, to be supplied by S. Johnston.
Agent for Guadalupe Male and Female College,
J. 8. McGeo.
Victoria District, J. E. Ferguson, P. E.
Victoria and Lavaca and Freedmen's Charge,
Geo. W. Fleming.
BoxviJJe, John F. Cook.
Texana and Freedmen's Charge, W.' T. Harris.
O. A. Fisher, Supernumerary.
Hallettsville and Freedmen's Charge, W. R. D.
Stockton.
A. M. Box, Supernumerary.
Egypt and Freedmen's Charge, G. V. Ridley.
Etiule Luke and Freedmen's Chari
Emigration.
TO PLANTERS AND LAND HOLDERS :
The change that lias taken piaoe in the labor system
in this ¿tato, it is presumed, will lead to u large im-
migration from the Northern states «nd from Europe,
early in the spring of 18(50. Many of the la.ge farm
and plantations, heretofore cultivated with ¿¡ave la-
bor, may be offered for Bale or ¡ease in moderate sized
lota.
The owners of these lands, and of unimproved
lands, will find it to their advantage, to have the at-
tention of immigrants directed to such lands as may
suit their purposes.
AUG. BUTTLAR, Real Estate Agent, at Gal-
veston, -vill give his particular attention to this* mat-
ter, and persons wishing to sail or ¡ease lands to im
migrants, will do well to forward to him a Hill descrip
tion of the nature of their land , their situation, sod,
water facilities, proprotion ot timber ftn:l prulrie, and
for what branch of agriculture they will lie best suit-
ed—it for the culture of cotton or prrain, for the rais-
ing of stocK, for th" cu tivation of the gr:ipe. etc.
A. Bnttlar will also attend to the hiring ot laborers
Will be sold from vessel or ^vharf at low prices.
novl9dCt. W. B. SORLEY A CO.
ADOLPH de GAULTIE
Informs his friends aud the public generally, that
he has opened a first class Restaurant, iu the
house of I. F. W. Ahre.na, on Market street, one
block West of tho Theatre. novHdtf
Atlantic Coast Steamship Con
To sail on WEDNESDAY, Not. 22d, at 10 a. m,
• ■ .. ' ; '
FOR NEW ORLEANS—The fin new
side wheel steamer
R APIDAN,
Jas. B. McConnell, Commander, will leave m above.
For freight or paasage, having superior Stake
Room accommodations, apply to
J. T. A W, BRADY,
novlSdlt Agents.
For New York.
The 1 Schooner W. R. BEEBE, Craw/ord,
master, having most of her cargo nnguged,
will have quick dispatch. For freight apply to
nov21dlw PLESS, HAYNIE A CO.
For Liverpool.
The A 1 British Ship LUISITA, John M
Donald, master, will bo ready to receive
day
W. B. SOllLEY A
ilv to
freight for the above port it a few davs
ov21dtf W. B. SOIlLEi
SSr Liberal cish advanoos on consignments of col
ton to our friends iu Liverpool,
nov22dtf
T
a SOBLEY 4 CO.
or farming or other purposes.
novldlm
For Sale.
By J. KAUFFMAN.—8 cases English Prints,
about 12,000 yards.
12 halos Blue Denim . novl dlw
For Sale low
To close consignment, in lots to suit:
400 lbs. Sole Leather,
10 bbls Honr Krout,
tí krates Crockery. Py
ROBT. ltUFF,
uovlOdlt] N. E. Corner pf Strand A Tremont st.
Trees, Shrub*, Gropei, Plant ,
Celebrated Linden Nurseries, Established 1732.
All kinds of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Shruis,
Small Fruits, Grapes for Vineyards, Plant*, etc.. of
I.est q ialily and at low rates. Catalogue® of each
department sent to applicants' enclosing stramp for
„boh. PH NChJ A CO..
uovlOd ,t Flushing, New York,
ON CONSIGNMENT.
275 Boxes Superior Claret Wine.
50 do. do. Brandy Cherries.
For sale by
novl9dtít. W. B. SORLEY A CO.
For New York.
The Brig H. C. BROOKS, E. M. Boyee,
master, having part of her cargo engaged!
will have quick dispatch for above port. For^_
freight or passage apply to C. R. HUGHES,
or J. R. BOSTWICK,
novl8plw Sorley's Building Strand.
For New York.
The well known, fhst Sailing Clipper
Schooner "E. C. HOWARD," J. A. NICK-
ERSON, master, will be ready to receive cargo for
above port in a few doy*. Parties wishing to
charter or freight will call upon.
JAMES A. McKEE,
Agent for Murray's N. Y. Line of Packets.
novl8dtf
The Eighth Wonder
Of the fashionable "-orld, is Sozodont. Lndiefc as
they see their unsullied teeth and rosy gums re-
flected in their toilet-mirrors, and gentlemen as
their white incisors flash through their dark muB-
taches, wonder how thé benighted folk of twenty
years ago got along without the teeth-beautifying,
breath-perfuming Sozodont. nov21dGt
/
Notice.**
The Steamer " ARIZONA," E. Moriuh
Master, will leave for Houston on Mondays,^
Wednesdays and Fridays, at 4 p.m., returning wu f. -
Houston on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at, •(
p. m. or freight or passage, having superior accom
mouations, apply on board or to
1UUVM <
seplOdtf
W. Ii. HODGES. jutekt.
Itch, Itch, Itch,
SCRATCH, SCRATCH, SCRATCH,
Wheaton's Ointment
WILL cure the itch in forty-bight hours
Also cures Salt Rheum, Ulcers, Chilblains, and
all Eruptions of the skin. Price 50 cents. Foi
sale by all Druggists.
By sending CO cents to WEEKS & POTTER,
Sole Agents,# 170 Washington street, Boston, Mass.,
it will be forwarded by mail, free of postage, to any
part of the United States. oct5 tf
For Sale,
100 bbls Seed and table Potatoes.
30 bbls Silver Skin Onions
Just received per brig Nebraska, from Boston, by
nov21dtf J. FREDERICH.
V&r MRS. E. B. HELLER is prepared to ac-
Gcncral Tax Agency Galveston, Tex ,
H. M. TRUEHART, will attend to the payment
of City, County, State and United States Taxes
on property in all portions of the State. Fees
moderate. novjlfidly
City Cotton Weigher*.
The undersigned having been appointed City Cot-
ton Weighors, beg leave to offoi their services to th
public. Office at the store of H. Holiorst, Strand.
novl5dlm • SCHRAMM h JONES.
F. Ii. DECKER,
PianosTunedandRepaired. Warrant*
all his wovk.for bix ruonths.
fdr Oidersleft at the «tire of H. Mil-
ler. Tremont street will he promptly attended to.
Galveston. Nov. 10. lt<$5. • d3m
rmv21 dfit.
—,.uu ji-iouuivu - Charge, to be sup-
pi ed by A F Kerr.
Concrete, D. W. Fly.
Waco District, L. B. Whipple, P. E.
Waco, Wm. McK. Lambdin.
Waco Freedmen's Charge, I. N. Mullins.
Wuco Circuit and Freedmen's Charge, M. Yell.
One to be supplied by H, Taylor.
East Waco, to be supplied by R. S. Nash.
Belton, John Carpenter.
Cameron, to be supplied by N. P. Riggon.
San Andres, J. H. Addison.
White Rock, to be supplied by J. K. Street.
Georgetown, J. W. Ledbetter.
Lampasas District, J. M. Johnston, P. E.
Lampasas, Geo. Whiteaker.
Gatesville, to supplied by J. A. J. Smith.
Palo Pinto, Wm. Monk.
^ Camp Colorada, to be supplied by H. M. Chid-
Stephensville, P. W. Girares.
San Saba, O. M. Carpenter.
Llano, to be supplied.
Meridian, R. B. Wamack.
Fort Worth Dibtbict, Thos. Stanford, P. E. T , -erseho
w-G Maoly'8
Acton, to be supplied by 8. Tunell.
Grand Viow, J. M. Jones.
Waxahatohie and Reagor's Chapel, W. G. Veale.
S. S. Yarborough. Supernumerary.
Waxahatchie, to be supplied by Jerome B. An-
tris.
Hillsborough, J. Fred. Cox. J. O. Church.
Spkinotold District, T. G. Gilmore, P. E.
Springfield, J, L. Crabb.
Owensville, A. L. P. Groen, J. P. Mussett.
Port Sullivan, T. T. Smothers.
Port Sullivan, Freedmen'sCharge, J. P. Sneed.
Fairfield, S. 0. Littlepage.
Ceutreville. T. Whit.hworth.
For New York*
The new fast sailing Clipper Bars I3IS, Capt
Westendorf, having a portion of her cargó en-
gaged, will have quick dispatch. For balance freight
or passage apply to J. R. BOSTWiOK,
or C. R. HUGHES.
Office on tho Strand, James iSorley' Bujjding.
novlód^w up stairs.
— ^ •
For New York.
The Brig MOSES ROGERS, Capt Jone^
will have quick dispatch for tho above port!
freight appiy to
uuvl4dtf
J. S. SELLERS .t CO.
For NoW York.
The Brig J. T. MciiUlliE, having part of hei
cargo engsged, will bavo dispatch. For bal
tf3~ At a meeting of the Cotton Brokers of this
city, held on the evening of 7th inst., for the purpose
of establishing a uniform Tariff of Charges, the fol-
lowing rates were unanimously adopted, to take effect
from this date:
Purchasing, per bale, including classing and ma rking,
75 cents specie, or equivalent.
Classing A marking, in yard, 37jcts sp v'ie " "
Examining in yard 37$ cents " "
Valueing oil table, 26 cents " "
(•kokob lío n i) Iks, I Ríen aros S Hawkins,
Van Yoiix A Zkjler, | E. Mai,onb A Co.
Galveston, Nov 8^ 1865. 9dlm
Notice.
, . C. L. McCARTY, Ex-Sheriff of Galveston coun-
commodate a few persons or families, with private ^ ||t)H Ug#¡n commenced his old business of Br-Ri
Board, at her residence on Church street, near the
Factors Press. Convenient to the railroad depot
Galveston, Nov. 20, 1865. 21dlw
SALT! SALT!!
2,000 Sacks Liverpool Salt, for sale by
T. F. {¿WHITE,
Adams. Jordan & Co's old stand.
FOR SALE RY H. ROSENBAUM,
Corner of Tremont and Strand.
Ex Brig Manlius:
200 sacks Rio and 100 sacks Havana Coffee.
20 Iron Safes, 5Ú0 and 700 lbs each.
20,000 feet Wharf Planks,
Grain Boots and Brogans—wholesale only
India Bagging, Manilla, Sisal & Kentucky
Rope. nov21d6t
For Sale
To arrive T>er schooner Wm. Hunter, from New
"• — 0
1,500 sacks very superior fine Ground SALT.
400 bbls. Potatoes
50 cases Peaches,
25 cases Condensed Milk.
The above will be sold low on delivery from ship
board. JAMES A. McKEE,
nov21dtf Hendley's Building, Strand.
Boots and Shoes,
( Just received, a large consignment of
Men's Balmorals and Boots, Boys' Brogans, Bal-
morals and Boots.
¡ Also, a large stock of Ladies' and children's
Shoes of all descriptions
I The above lots will be sold at low prices, by
. J. F. BURKHARDT.
novl8dlw Cor. of Postoffice «fe 22d Streets.
Notice.
All persons, who either own or control property
in the County of Galveston, subject to taxation for
the year 1865, and have not as yet rendered an
invetitarv thereof to the Assessor and Collector,
CB1UW1M, to do no. without do-
lay,
nil i
♦' > ,,uo * viiiii'\hvv\ ",u ' wi
Estate Agent and Auctioneer, at the Btrire of Mr. E.
P. Morgan. Thankful for former support, 1 would
ag iu ask a contii.uanCn. ' '
1 «vill, in a measure, give my attention to tho pur
chase and "ale of real estate.
1 have now on band and for sale, very desirable
property, and more coming. Parties wishing to pur-
chase will do well to gifce me a call before closing
«lsewhere. I will alt:o sell property in any part ot
thp city or county and at any time my service* ar«
needeu-at as reasonable charges as any one iu the line
of Auction business. C. L. McCARTY,
Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent.
N. B.—Will sell regularlv two days iu each week.
Corsicuua, J. Y. Bryce.
Village Creek Mission, to be supplied.
Gorman District, C. Biel, P. E.
Bellville, Wm. Hiirmes.
Richmond Mission, P. A. Moelling.
Industry, C. Biel. *
Bastrop and Bound Top, 0. A. Grote.
Victoria,' to be supplied.
Brushy, E. Schneider.
Galveston, to be supplisd.
Houston, John Pruenzing.
A Mizell, transferred to Arkansas Conference.
B. F. Perry, transferred to Alabama Conf. all the property not given m by that time, will ^
Superannuated Premiers-Wm. A Smith, J. MMweJ asi unknown, accordmK to law.
H. D. Moore. W. C. Lewis, Geo. Tittle, J. H. Dar Nov8d¿wtf H. JULFS, A. & C. O. C.
Cigars and Tobacco at Wholesale.
A large and well selected stock of Havana A Domestic
CIGARS, CHEWING and SMOKING TORACCO,
Pipes, Snuff, Ac., Ac.,
....con bo found at the store of.. .
LEVY 6c PULASKI,
Strand,
no*1 ■ , . opposite Osterraan's Bail ling.
For Sale at
LAWTHER'S WHOLESALE GROCERY AND
Liquor Store.
15 lihds Louisiana and Cuba , lugar .
50 bbls crushed and powdered Sugar.
25 bbls Sugar-house Syrups.
25 kegs do. do.
50 sacks prime Rio Coffee.
50 boxes Star Candles.
50 boxes Palm Soap.
50 do Starch.
100 sacks Salt.
. 100 bbls extra Family Flour. .
100 kitts No. 1 Mackerel.
! 10 bbls do do.
25 boxes English Dairy Cheese.
25 do Western Cheese.
60 cases can Peaches.
50 do do Tomatoes.
50 do fresh cove Oysters.
10 do Sardines.
25 Caddies Fine Teas.
20 boxes Tobacco. \
25 bbls Cider Vinegar.
50 bbls Whisky.
100 cases fine Liquors.
25 boxes Candies.
r.fl Vihla iVunkhl
ance of fre'ght apply td
wni
uovl4dl0t
OLfiTON. WELLS A VIDOR.
For Liverpoo
The Al American bark ARMSTRONG ha v-
ing most of her cargo engaged, will have
quick despatch. For balance of freight a
T. H. MoMAHAN. A G
oct24 tf \ Agents
For New York.
REGULAR STEAMSHIP LINE.
TIIE A
1 STEAMSHIP
Charles C. Leary,
GIFFORD, MASTER,
Will have dispatch for the above port on
WEDNESDAY, Cth DEC.
For freight or passage apply to
II. BLAGGE ¿ CO..
nnvl
Strand. Galveston-.
inigu *w«r.w y
«te., for sale by
Mumnln Untíiijjjf
ckers.
VALSO-
nn<1 Wi
Willow War.-, Cigirs
R. R, LAWTEER,
nonr old Tremont Houtw,
n 11 rr«i iv
To Arrive,
PER STEAMER C. C. LEARY.
FROM NEW YORK.
500 13ACKS SALT-
FOR SALE BY
mav1 irlff
H. BLAGUE k CO.,
Strand. Galvbston.
Galveston News copy. '
59~C^S^S¥00TS Si SHOES
LANDING from New York.
33 Ca.'+es from Steamer "Wii.minotox"
20 do. perstuamer "C, Whitino" to arrive.
Another largo lot per St. Thomas to arrive.
Comprising a great variety of tho best Style and
qualities of Boots, Brogans, Gaiters, aud Shoe*
tor men, women, Youths and Children, for «alo
low by wholesale only by
uovlidtf r 4m B: a BARSOHJJ ACO.
Jpajw ¿o., """ "■
VIRGINIA CHEWING AND SMOKING DEPOT.
The largest stock and be*t selected brands on
j and, aim a large, fine assortment of
cmuin ivn SVTÍ*F. dtr

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