Flake's Daily Bulletin. (Galveston, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 137, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 22, 1865 Page: 5 of 6
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FLAKE'S DAILY BULLETIN.
I II I (I j
four days iater.
Haze arrived yesterday morning from New
era composinglthe @45c.; good ordinary 47@49o.} low middling 50®
blockading squadron off Cape Hnytien, andlthe Mc.; middling 53@54c. Tho*o was vary little,
chances for blockade running are favorable. _ however, to be had at^the inside
aK1Mli indebted to Mr. Hall, the purser,
J^test papers. We have dates up to themorn-
l iug°f v0,!9 N0v. 18.—The World's special from
N1. ton'savs ex-Senator Johnson, of Arkansas
^íffihe restoration of his plantations, now
¡s seekingf th Freedmetfs Bureau. It is
^ u^robable he will suooeed. ^ -
fo°ughtpro w yngton dispatch says Gen.
^ *Swr, charged with the illegal use of
Paymaster, chooses to stand trial rather
^¿eSmoredSey6tt, Assistant Secretary of
the interior, is to be succeeded ty Jesse A. Mor-
toThefHeSs special says, President Johnson
ied Governor Brownlow, of Tennessee,
that the pardon of John Overton was
' The officers and crew of the Bulldog and Vol-
dange were saved. The American Consul said the
commander of the Bulldog expected the Desoto
would open fire upon him for violating his prom-
ise not to Are on the town without proper notice.
It was thought this fear led him to blow up his
vessel and leave the harbor jn the night.
The Times's Washington dispatch says the
ÉÉIs figures for t food
middling, and some authorities
r at 48@«9 and the latter at 51©
" i auonlv
Fourth Auditor of the Treasury publishes a long
list of additional navy prizes, which are now pay-
Washington, Nov. 18.—The five per cent, and
one and two year treasury notes falling due after
the first proximo, will be paid at the Treasury de-
partment at matujity.
The steamer Twilight has been lost in Cane Fear
river. Her passengers and crew were saved.
It is rumored that the President has directed the
disbandment of the War Department detective
force under Gen. L. C. Baker, and that the former
Police Bureau will be abandoned.
The departments at Washington are benioged by
applicants for situations. Among them large
number of women, and soldiers late in the mili-
The Treásury Department ha just printed gold
certificates, amounting to thirty-seven millions, to
be sent away as required. ...
Late Mexican papers say it is rumored in Vera
Cruz that Juarez was in Texas, on his way Piedras
Negras, and his troops were approaching the river.
He is contemplating some hostile movement The
Trnpflriftl Col. Mendez has ordered that the Liberal
Generals, Ortega and Snlagask, and three Colonels
to be shot A republican camp has been attacked
by the Imperialists near Matamoros. Among the
prisoners three soldiers in the United States uni-
form were taken and handed over to a court mar-
tial, and would probably be shot
New Oeleans, Sauceda*, Nov. 18, 1865.
There was a fair amount of business carried
through to-day regardless of the weather, which
was somewhat af an inclement character alter
JHH .... .. r... „ r,, lint rn Tn, meridian. The cotton market! was strong the day
headquarters, ^SÍlifis Seby lending through. As it is a safe article at present prices,
low the fortunes of the Liberals, thereby lencung ^ 8 cento per ft., steadiness and regularity, it
is hoped, will be prominent features for a fortnight
at least In other branches of trade, there were
changes perceivable. Liberal supplies of
rCAdit General Thomas has been ordered on an
inspection tour of the colored troops in Loui-
"Kemor Morton, of Indiana, has turned over,
fheduties of his office to the Lieutenant Governor
«id shortly leaves for Europe.
Washington, Nov. 18.—Efforts are about tp be
made to keep the testimony on the trial ot Capt.
Pc£ef Jusitlc^SSe 'will be at Washington to-
morrow to preside over the Supreme Court ra De-
Ser. His presence may result in some devel-
rriMitfi relative to the trial of Mr. Davis.
Si Logan has not accepted the Mexican mis-
low the I or lu nú 1 ^—, 0
$ the moral aid possible to strengthen and sus-
tain the Liberal cause. •
John Minor Botts is in the city, aád has entered
a claim of $10,000 for wood taken off Ins estate by
Sur troops. He has already ieceived $4000.
Washington, Nov. 18.—.Nearly all the annmties
to Indian tribes at the Chippewa agency have been
in foot there was only a moderate supply
which factonr~were willing to sell at the ruling
Stock on hand and on shipboard not cleafced 132-
Per Hark Eagle, from New York,
1,0C0 SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT,
(B:«sr Gkovkd ABirM) fo eak by
nevlftd3w WOIBTON, WELLS ft VIBOR.
Fresh Beef Propoísal .
Office Chw 0. s, JJ^pabtment or Texas, I
Galveston, Texas, Nov. 15th, 1865. j
Sealed Proposals, which must be in duplicate,
with a copy of this advertisement attached to each,
will be received, at this office, until 12 o clo<?k M.
on TUESDAY, December 12th, 1865, for feupply-
ing Fresh Beef; of good and marketable quality,
in equal proportions of Ford and Hind Qurter
Meat for issue to the troops And others supplied
by the Government with rations, at Galveston and
Houston, and all Posts and Camps drawing sup-
Contract to be in force six months, commencing
on the 1st day of January, 1866, and ending on the
30th day of June, 1866, or so much less time as the
Commissary General of Subsistence may direc .
Payment to be made monthly, or as early there-
after as funds may be received therefor, and in audi
funds as may bé fhrnfehed by .the United ¡States.
Separate bids will be received tor each ot the
above Posts, or one bid may include them both.
No bids wiU be entertained from parties who
have failed to comply with their bids heretofore.
No bids wiU tx entertained from persons who come
under the exceptions of the Presidents Amnesty
Proclamation, nor will bids in which such parties
are interested, either directly or indirectly, be re-
ceived, unless they can produce the pardon of the
President , . . __ ,
Bids from all other persons under said Procla-
mation must be accompanied by the Amnesty oath.
Proposals must be acoompanied by a proper guar-
onlnfi ^ i a- — 1 iUa
Galveston, Nov. 21st, 18QS.
tfflon, (Souffet) Vera Oram
Rapidan, (MoQ>nncU) New Orleans.
I JEL. JONES, . . ,
8 T A T I O N I I,,:
■ w or H. G. Stetson, new o bleaks.
and Mechanic streets, one at. from Strand,
*.d, 50,000 assorted Envelope .
<• letter, note, cap and bi 1 Paper.
. Drugget and other Twines.
sampling Paper, Copying Presses.
pylng Books, Ship Log Books, Portfolio.
Steamboat Blank Booka.
Arnold's Copying Ink and Molds.
Maynard 4 Noye'alnks.
Exchange Books, Oasb Bo «.
Billa Lading, , )nf .
I>r y Beceipts,
Marking Inks, etc., .te„ «*.
LVESTON SEMINARY is reopened
ii ection of Miasm Hatoado, in Turner
Ve Seminary Bu dfng can be ocenptod*
> Music—Piano, iWitar or Vocal |i Drawi
or other ornamental branches, with a
¿lish course, can be pursued if deelred.
jerkins has change of th* Piano and
F. FLARE &
the German Pubmshew How S* ''
JERHARD, NEW YORK. '
*%Bt received and for ¿ale : ' • <r
strated German Family Calendar
^6 Me£s German Calendar for
iily German Calendar for
) German Calendar foi
New Yobk, Nov. 18.—The Times's Washington
Knecial says, it is decided that deeds of convey-
ance from a State Bank association to a National,
are subject to similar stamps .as /or the conveyance
°fThe Tribune's speoial saya á lajge number of
women have been appointed in the post-offices
Sooth, on account of the inability of the men to
to Salt Lake City costs the Government $385^00
annually. The postal receipts amount to $62,000.
New York, Nov. 18.—The twenty-nule race in
harness on the Fashion Oourse j^sterday, Cayt.
soles. ' *' ■
The creat falcrum of our trade, exchange, was
well sustained to-day in some respwts. There
? were symptoms of a decline with leading buyers,
apparently holding off, awaiting the result of
purchases of Cotton. Two leading dealers in
SterUng declined to go on at the asking rates of
vesterday. This left the market very quiet. The
demand for cheoks on New York was rather light
compared to some days. It Was fiur or moderate,
vrith the market ruling weak at i ^ eent premiuin,'
Kinney won the race ,
ins. in one hour and
go dispatch says, to-day Gen. Logan, ra a conver- 2 Í í?JriS.n halves a
sation with a friend, remsrkOd he . would accept - , Rnanish
WHU VflO uiBiav.v.«-0 - v
for chécks at the several counters, ~ -—
actions rul^t from i to f premium, and at one
TtfttiV counter about $150,000, of all kirtós, were.
k^The offerings of foreign were Ught Some Mo-
bile bills were offfeTed. ' !; v
The gold market
day, of weakness.
iue ngut w reuoiYou w «jwv.
not deemed advantageous to the Government
Envelopes will be endorsed < 'Proposals for Fresh
Béef," and addressed to _
Captain & CwS CA S., Dept of Texas.
Galveston News insert in Tn-Weekly on
Mondays and Satmdays nnO^
' Garden Seedsi
Fresh Fall Garden Seeds, per steamer Nashua.
aug23dtf LAB ADIE & BARSTOW.
Stats op Texas, I
n —.A—- /lalvnafAVi I
istrator or james u. ruut , uouh ou,
in^fiVited to said estate are hereby notified to com*
.o were taken at
|U¿ Oj |Ol OI DUtllUBU uvuuiwua $16, at 149.
Cotton.—The confirmation of"the private^tele-
armea iueu \
that country* <* .
Enthusiastic demonstrations were taking place
in Brazil and Buenos Ayres at the capture of Uru-
guana. It is proposed to' Capture the whole Para-
guayan country, and annex it to the Argentine Re-
PUTheHexald's Richmond special says Judge Un-
derwood will maintain the constitutionality of the
caúséd factors to stiU furtner ^ r
tensions, and as buyers were unwilling to pay ihe
high figures asked, although the ^MasníL contin-
ued faus the sales did not exceed 1900 bales,
pGIlV tucul Wivuut 1MUV V*
the same will be barred. .
T ' PETEK BOCK.
Hogshead Staves. ,< v i
lao 000 feet 8pm<^ Wh«t« and Yellow Phi® Planks
suitable to «átt
Ipruce, White and renew
HOARDING AND ROOMS
• . 1. D. Waters
ite boarders, and a suite of ten to
rooms, pn Tremont street,
v d, 1868—tf
i I—'—■: —
xy fpopcrty for Sale. .
d oilers for saieLots No, 11, Í2,4|«k.
ok N«. m, together with the BlJ
apq appurteuHuces thereon. jnJUft.
"* ¿MÍ WI^Vófí ?'-
ENCED businessman from New
make an engagement in this city or
e is an accomplished accountant,
the management of an extensive
•uipetent to fill any position of
ability; understandsthé classifica-
lying liad several years experience
Address A. G. M.,
■ ^ Postoffice, Galveston.
'On City Company.
áiiaCompanv wlUaell a, few lota
M' Western part of the city ' for
■, to raise money to pky the com-
rohasers will do well to apply early
pease as soo^^aatítio,^uisito
•K NEW YORK, NEW ORLEANS,
LONDON. BREMEN, HAMBURG.
AND PARIS, FOR SALE
OBe««, Bremond's Building, corner Slain an<l Com
*«res streets, Houston, and Hendley's Building,
«r nd, Galveston. Oct.3dtf
*' ■. mcnoi.* .
. r - J -|
custom'ho u s eahr 0 k e r ,
And Real Eitale. Agent,
Theodore Wagner's Office, HENniOT's Building.
W.H. NICHOLS A. CO,
COMMISSI ON MERCHANTS.
<vr;jtlirw ./ i.n*j
Strand, Galveston. Texap.
w. Ai HERMITAGE,
HOUSE, SIGN, ORNAMENTAL,
*VI> STEAMBOAT PAINTER,
*th St., between the Market and Custom House,
*•" •iosinjr. Papering, Carriage Painting, éc.
^ Sions of every description, neat, quick and
^ 1 ft 8 O II & C O • f
N*W YORK jlkv LIVERPOOL.
(late of new. daUUMS,)
toad® on consignments to New Or-
inas, New York and Liverpool. * ,
".-i.■ 'JT ?!■ t 1 1 ' I '.
" i't: wkluam STIIJSS,
"*r*3 im , Tesas. AU
MIX, THOMPSON & POWER,
C OMMJSSIÓN MER CHANTS,
COTTON AND WOOL FACTORfl,
lfew Orli ni,
Jfo. M bomsnnonant No. 50 Canal Streets.
Having established ourselves in New Orleans to do
..... respectfully Íüiic.t a .¿¿re of Ihe p" tronígé
*Sur W?nV thro"Shol t the South and West.
* m" ala"k"a on han l a general Btock of
anu we will be prepared to make adysuces
on and disDOseof all cotton, corn, and other Western
f mr XJXB BKtX ON COMMISSION,
Groceries of all Descriptions.
he business men and "plsnte s of Texai
BALL, HUTCHJNG8 A CO.,
' 1 1'' "' ' and : ■
jylwAdly Galveston. Tttat.
1 11 i"" In — i—'A. lit* XU,,, <.,!_•.1
A. Allen * Co.
Iiiv resumed business in the MARBLE YARD, Centre
stre t. Monuments, Toombs and loadstones prepared
to o djr on short notice.
Q Ueston, June 30,1865. d&wtf
JE L. VflTord,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION MERCHAN(
ano nSALRK in
Old Stand, Tremont Street, Galveston, Texas.
April IS. 1865.
We will always
Groceries, and we
>n and dispose of an c(
md Southern, Produce
ra ló us.
(Mpsov A pnwRn
BEHNARjp * BADER,
WMOJ^ALE DEALERS IN GROCERIES, ¿e.,'
Corner of Meehanie and 22d Streets.
M •""" "a
sorwra nwo* w «
the lowest pri es
a a large ana well «s-
ih they offer for stile at
W. 8. Thomas. J. 8. MCLKNJJOK. C. R. BIU^ckway.
Thomas, McLendon & Brockway,
EB9WWÓ. POBWAftiilNQ^ND, ,
UmAjmkilnCmmmM hnw Owp y
vwf í.viir - pÚMpam.
A. SB881IMS A CO., 7
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION
.i J MenhMtl, ■
Kuhn's Buodino, Sthand, Galveston,
WjiUgive personal attention to all business entrusted
. to tnelr cár-.
mt They are prepared to mtike liherAi *..k
Dentistry. ,, ,
.ROOK having located permanently
lone experiencias Surgeon Dentist, warrants his; in
«;| u e ,mtesJt in the Dental art
ara at Ids eommand. RecóVntticBdsttótos fuiWslii d «o
appUcaflU; , noWOly
Boaro for Registering Voters .*t\ meet Wed-
nesday morning, each week, at tig at
*n*;M) Chief justice. O.'c.
"* 1 1 JiH 1 7"^ -fri-fj / | j ,, , , ^ : ,.
ofW. Powder Msgasine is now* ready for tAe storage
no>16 E- L. ÜPPORD.
wholesale and ret alt grocer,
Between th Market and Brtck Whai'f.
950,000 Worth of Dry Good*,
WELL SELECTED STOCK.
Also, a good stock of Groceries, bagging', Rope
N o-i lee. >
.r.pr.p.T.0 un Ifber.l fui oopttql p^pwjy
yauoes npon proouce consigned to the ir fWends in A vLr iH^i .nTI! ' ®ubJe°fc to taxation for
0r,eftM'Nc" B<>«ton and VZ Aslew, ^ Pel,'W,
"j^1 1 1 y;ii.ru tm,.-
rfjl Kraft 4 Tliussftpig.
omob m fo«,a um uombtno d r ooom.
HOWARD A-BURKHARDT'S OLD STAND, | Hofftbead Stawes.
22d bmn GaIíVESTOM, Tuas. «M^OOO fe«t 8p:uo«. Wh.te ami Yellow Piue Ha ika
7 octlSdAwet""1 10
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