Flake's Daily Bulletin. (Galveston, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 143, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 29, 1865 Page: 1 of 4
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OilARMM VI IK)II.
Ac VI I>09t,
(jmjmal commission merchants,
will receive üottott and other produce for «ale or
J nieut will M*COt* orders for Plantation supplies,
uüripü'oraDHi^'l ' y o *'' or iw«re<l hv consignment
will be iiiii.HcItlv ohoycl.
sale* promptly rendered, and proceeds .f
iuJSiays ma 'y wjxtn called for. JeW-dflm
BALLING KR & JACK,
Attorn it vs at Law.
itó¡r At (lji'oir old office, "Post Office Street,
jll tfmtl j 't _ '
Wllte & ICOXSfJLtf .i'f .
|l<0 T AND SIIOEMA E RS,
William Tell Hotel, Mabeet oklet,
lltve a large stock of the best quality of domestic
| .ri-i.L'B Leather ou hand, also a stock of ready
>v# offer oar work at New
„,«<]>- Hoots and Gaiter*.
on «i* piicen.
(!hiiia, Glass, Earthon, Brittania
SILVER PLATED WARES,
TOYS ANn PAK'CV AHTICLES
WOOD AN J WILLOW WARS,
Corner Mechanic and 22ft Streets,
t,Jdiy GALVESTON, TEXAS.
IV. Ucicluiaitm ft Oo„
Auctioneers aud Commission Merchante,
Will shortly open a Hound In GALVESTON. Goods
tt >i h cm mjjwied us at either place. Domestic produce
ti . a\s mi liitM'l for sale or to exchange for merchau-
TÍasnktt Kixu A a hon Kino.
B. & A. KING,
Huimf, Shin, Ornamental ami Steamboat Painters,
1'<H T ¡¡augers, G'.aziurs, <fco. <fcc.,
Next to Roseubiirg's Iron Front store,
Market Street, (ialvtiUM,
Will attend to all work in their line promptly and at
Aa assortment of Paints, Oil, Turpentine/ Window
(ita h, Sign Painting Materials, ou huud.
Galveston, Aug 7, IfMift. t-w6ia
" W. WAKEFIELD, "
«IIP BROKER Jk COMMISSION MERCHANT,
159 COMMON STREET,
HMers for every description or Merchandise promptly.
CojinignRicnti of cottoa, produce sail hides solicited
? respe .tlully offer my aervioea to the people of Tuxas.
«'iirOdfiiii W. WAKEFIELD.
W ashington, D. C.
lea.llng hotel, Renovated and Ii*furni*hed is
PHILIP C. TUCKER, T. J. LEAGUE.
tu cker & lea tí üe,
Attorneys and Counaellora-at-Law, Galveston
Poatoírifi« ** f0merly 2üd door we8t of
°Bt 0(Ilce- ljy29-dly
MURRAY & NEPIIEW,
commission and shipping merchants,
agents fob murray's line op oalveston packets,
No. 6* South Street, New York.
Consignments pf cotton, wool and bides trill receive
our e«pHtia attention, and cash ¿Xauces made
tlnough Jaxbs A. McKkk, Galveston. uug'ildly
JAMES A. McKEE,
general commission; *
RECEIVING & FORWARDING MERCHANT,
Heudley^ Building, Stiand, Galveston.
Agent for Murray's Line of New York and Gal*
| LOCAL IWTELLIURNi; .
| Mens Your Waib.—We are glad to see thin
scriptural injunction is being heeded. We saw a
¡ gang of workmen engaged, yesterday, on —,—
street This is well, atd we have no fear Of get-
(Late Mather, Hughes & Saunders,)
COTTON AND WOOL FACTOR,
JXD GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
!>• PBATT'8 C0T10N GINS for sale. Office in
Kulip a Building, Strand, Galvi-t-ni. au«2t|al
7~ JOHN B. ft. (jj. A. JONES,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Office next door west of BaldlngerV brick
3. MABt'CBBAU .B. O. Oe L'lSLB, JK
MARUCHEAU & De L'ISLE,
Commission. Merchants tC Wholesale Grocers
Strand Street, Galveston, Texas.
Branch firm, E. Marncheau A Co., at San Antonio. 1 ting too much of the good thing.
Represented in Houston by A. WhitaKcr&Go. | There is an alley in the rear of the
W ll execute oidurs r«r plantel a and country dealers, where offence is rank and cries to
and make cash advancoa on consignments of cot- n,.,iv«nrw r -
ton, wool or hides. * oct'23dly 8tí^e®í?er- , ;
< I Wanted.—A Hotel.—Such ip the want we hear
o. scumidt. bobt. voioT, every time a steamer comes to our wharves. Not
SCHMIDT VOIOT* * but what we have hotels, but there are none in
BEcmy.so, zoéwAiaiim AM OMZRAL t/uTt
Commission Merchant^ ^¿Í.Sj^S'SfíSS
name wi "
or two Binoe, when
the moon was expected to shine, but did not, by
fidling over one of the gutter bridges on Strand
street. Which would be the cheapest? to pay a
man ten thousand dollars for a broken leg, as a
Now England village did a few weeks ago; or light
the oity as a christian town should be?
The Cibcub.—The comfort of those who patron-
ize this institution, would be much enhanced by
putting all the smokers in aplace by themselves.—
On our last visit we had the misfortune to be seated
just abovo a'miniature Vesuvius, that erer Wnd
anon kept belching forth -volumes of smoke, caus-
ing our eyes to run as did those of the Psalmist,
with rivers of water. Suppose we reserve the. up
Hendley'a Bulldinf, 8trand..
I. N. KOLB,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Mechanic Street, between Centre and 22d. 8t„
constantly on hand a large and
assorted stock of LadieB and Gentie-
's shoes and Gaiters whioh he offers
for sale at the lowest prices.
Boots Jk Shoes of the latest styles made to order.
Galveston, October 10th 186$. OctlOd3m
Doctor Orccnsvillc Do well,
8UBGE0N AND PHYKlCIAN,
. JB®- SURGEON TO CITY HOSPITAL ^
Okpick—Masonic Building. Pout Office street.
Will visit Hospital from 7 to 8 A. x. and S tó S p. u.
99" Parties will please leave orders at my office,
instead of at the drug stores. Mi
aar Patients are received into theLHospltal on Per-
mita from the Collector of (JnstomB, Mayor of tho
city and Cliirf Justice of the county. All others ap-
plying will be admitted aa private patients. Charges
ri per day for Whites and tl 60 for Negroes.
tar A comfortable and quiet Ward is reserved f
Miuwipkby cases. oct24dly
J. a. ra1ley,
GROCER AND COMMISSNON MERCHANT,
Strand Street, Galveston,
Has always on hand a select stock of Groceries
Liquors, Cigars, etc., etc , for city and uouptry trade.
tO" Galveston News, Texas Banger and Brenham
Enquirer copy once a week for three months aud send
bill to J. A. R.
Hxtbt.—A gentleman, whose
learn, was severely hurt a night or two since
■■mh ' • urn
ISAAC MOSES A CO., 1
STRAND, CORNER TWRNTy-SKCOND SUIBKT,
SO. 13 CARONDELET STEET,
Doctor Chas. W. Trueheart,
SURGEON and PHYSICIAN,
Office in the Hurlbut buildin *, Postoffice street.
Office hours a. u. to 3 p. m. and 0 to 9 r. m.
-Sleeping apartments at the City and Marine Hospital.
J. H. WELDON,
wholesale dealer in
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
Ales, Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars,
commercial k agricultural bank building,
Corner of Market and Trem'ont Streets.
Consignments of Merchandise or Country Produce
will receive careful attention and prompt returns.
Cotton shipped to New Orleans,
R a N g E R fc CO.,
General Dealers in
COTTON, WOOL & HIPES.
GALVESTON AND HOUSTON.
«N NEW YORK, NEW ORLEANS,
LONDON. BREMEN, HAMBURG.
AND PARIS, FOR SALE
Offices, Bremond's Building, corner Mam ani Cota
nerce streets, Houston, and H end ley's Building,
«Strand. Galveston. Oct.Sdtf.
O. S. GRIMES,
GROCER, PRODUCE, A«D
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
Tremont Street next door to News Onice,
novl GALVESTON. dim
>7 hítjpf co.,
VIRGINIA CHEWING AND SMOKING DEPOT.
The largest stock and best selected brands on
hand, also a large, fine assortment of
nov21 CIGARS AND SNUFF. dtf
__ -- alegan,
^ ... ,, A}¡¡tt (
Wholesale Dealer in Northern and Western
62^ Tchoupitoulas Street, New Orleana
All orders from the country. acco«nna l«d with
Reference.— AdolDti Flake,
ilveston. Oct 7. 1865.
few York and
a. bvttkay. c. b. ZULAV8KY. 8. aa masters.
a. ruttkay & Co.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Solicit consignments of Cotton, Wool and other
Íroduce to Messrs. Duncan, Sherman & Co., New
ork, William P. Wright, Esq., New Orleans, and
Messrs. Guión & Co.¿ Liverpool.
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER,
And Real Estate Agent,
Theodore Wagner's Offioe, Hendley's Building.
kMmett Mix, | m. jhpk. Thompson
Late of Momnhls. i Late of Missouri.
I Lite of Ark.
W. H. NICHOLS k, CO,
oct2 Strand, Galveston, Texas. dtf
W. A! HERMITAGE^ "
HOUSE, SIGN, ORNAMENTAL,
AND STEAMBOAT PAINTER,
Wth St., between the Market and Custom House,
Ítinting, Papering, Carriage PairJmg, «fee.
Signs of every description, neat, quick and
ClASOtt & Co.,
N*W YORK AND LIVERPOOL.
(late or xéw orlbans,)
Cash advanees made on eonsiguraents to New Or-
leans, New York and Liverpool.
Purchases made ia Europe and the United States
MA'Mt payment here In specie, currency or kind.
r ,« *. . ;"fr , r 4m .¿tz+.i'j, . á A* i A
cash, will meet with promp
Reference.— Adolph FlaU
Galveston i John Collins, Esq
„ >mpan— .
Rsq., UBord «V. Jones,
Houston; !>• Sullivan,
S. M. SWENSON,
(late of Austin, Texas,)
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 2G Exchange Place,
Wi.l give special attention to the sale of Cotton
ndWooL: the purchase ofMOTcbandlHr
and Wool; tile purchase of Merchandla? (on oruers
provided for iiy remittance,* or shipments) and the
iuvestm«nt of funds in Government or other securities.
mr Mv Honse In Ñéw Orleans will be conducted by
M uars "ur. /V. PERKINS and D. Tj. KERN ION,
per seats for _
their hearts' con
Episcopal Faib.—The Sunday scholars attached,
to Trinity Episcopal Church, are preparing for a
Mr to be held during the Christmas hohdays.—
doing this pleasant and good work. We not only
wish them every snooesa, but commend them to
all who love the cause oí virtue and religión.
It would be hard to devise any inore pleasant
way of spending the festive season of the Nativity
than that afforded bv these happy gatherings of
We Hope that those upon whom they «all for
assistance will be liberal in their donations.
Recorder's Coubt, —Judge (Me Presiding-—
Michael Monahan and Barlet Sculter got very
drunk and very disorderly to the great annoyance
of all our good order loving citizens, consequently
they were brought before Judge Cole 46 answer for
it. The Recorder passed Michael's imperfections
by very lightly, considering all things, tally order-
ing each one to pay a fine of $S and costa.
-Tom Bell and Scott Thompson, f. m. c., were
found Bleeping among a lot of cotton bales by our
police, who arrested them. The Recorder asked
each of them where they came from, and what they
did? They replied that they came from the ooun-
try, and that they worked at odd jobs wherever
they oould get them. The Recorder gave them a
severe reprimand, telling them that there were too
fined each $1 and oostB.
—Tim Foley and Wm. Johnson were accused of
making so much noise, that all the babies were
awakened by it in the vicinity. It appeared that
the parties had found a few glasBes of whisky
which they made use of,' and the result was an in-
troduction to the Recorder's cdurt, where they
weré fined $3 each land costs.
—John Keough is a man of ardent affections.—
When John loves a thing he .seizes upon it with a
strong hold, and clings to it with an energy hardly
to be surpassed by anybody. Harmg taken a
fancy to a vehisky bottle, he clung to it until they
were both united in one, and the whisky rather got
the best of it, causing him to ma*kout fences as
he came up the street, and create lhaoise besides.
Oné of our vigilant police observing this,thought
best to bring him before court, where h«iritas fined
$3 and costs. . 1
- ^ - . • iú!>•%«
DH'snrB. rr ju. j. üjmaaa* ««««
nf t.lift well known firm of Perkins a Co.
MIX, THOMPSON & POWER,
COTTON AND WOOL FACTORS,
No. 09 Common and No: 50 Canal Streets.
Having established ouraelves in New'Orieians to do
a general Grocery. Commission ana Factorage Busi-
ness, we respectfully solio.t a share of the patronage
of our friends throughout the, South and West.
We will always keen on hanl a general stock of
Groceries,^nd we willbe prepared to make advances
on and dispose of all cotton, corn, and other Western
and Southern Produce consigned to us.
" ap28dtf MIX, THOMPSON & POWfílt.
BERN AÍ«J ¿ BADER, ~
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN GROCERIES, dc..
Corner of Mechanic and 22d Streets.
Will constantly keep on hand a 'arge and well as-
unrtorl ittjwk- .if llrorerios. which thflv oflor for sale at
III. S. ICenton,
GENERAL COMMISSON MERCHANT,
will receive and bell on commission,
Groceries of all Descriptions.
Rekbkkncb—The business men and plante s of Texas
generally. - * septd&wif
BALL, HUT CHINOS & CO.,
jylwAdly Galveston, Texas.
A. Allen 4c Co.
hav lesumed business in the MARBLE YARD, Centre
stfe t. Monuments, Toombs and Headstones prepared
to o^dv'r ou short notice.
G ;h eston, Jnne 30,1865. d&wtf
8. E. LOEB th CO.,
COTTON FACTORS AND
GENERAL COMMISSION SXERCHARTS,
antlk 1/rtiH MMMél IIouMtrm. «Infl
' — v —
i. i .
mvk- $im. ?
o n fiv v
HANS, GENTLER k. CO.
w m ft T. V. h a T. e fthn/iura
KOI KU .Bren "I oivvvi1v.
the lowest pri" s.
vi ivi .•!< i
W. 8. Tbomab. J. 0. R. Bbookwatí
Thomas, McLendon & Brocltway,
RECEIVING, FORWARDING AND
Also Agents for Commercial Express Ce*rany.
arm rt ti n a xr
Between Strand and Me. bank, Btreets. opposite the
Washiugton Hotel. '
Galveston, Nov. 28th, 1865.
Steamship Mexico, Cozzens, New Orleanis.
Steamship Morgan, Lawlesi, lndianola.
Sloop Unexpected, Every Sabine.
Steamship Morgan, Lawless, N. O.
Bark Indiqp Queen, Northern, Liverpool
Galveston, Nov. 28. 1865.
Steamboat RuthVen, Houston.
Steamboat Col. Stell, Sims' Bayou.
Steam-Tug Eliza Hancox, Brazos Santiago.
Steamship Alabama, Brazos Santiago.
Steam-Tug Eliza Hancox, Brazos Santiago.
. ■ • I l" , . , 1,1 n , , , | I
Liét of Passengers per Steamship Mexico, from
New Orleans, W. L, Cozzens, commander.
Mrs. Shetvn and daughter, Mrs. E A F Franok
R Shuman, Mrs. Martin, A G Hall and servant,
D 0 C Billingslea, W RDenny lady and 2c^,J
ren, E Waller , J D Welder, KM Youngblood
family, J R Haswell and lady. Miss J E Hai
Mro T> Cobah. J Sherhpll n t, lUrfloM 1VIi„ „
7? sil*1" f" jy "• *mos a1uh
]yírs. Fletcher, M 0 Alexander 'and lady, Miss «
Alexander, ,J Chaison and lady, C M Desel and
J H Drayton, A J Williams and family, Geo.
• Goldsweaite, P H Gregory and brother
3 M Hobby, p Raysdale, Lieut Ha:
Warkhfti. tí. ft. A.
MMWUCU, v/ JU UttfMOfcU JXl
Mm W. B. Milton- Mím n,
f fl Al Tnnilnr Vnd
_ J AT WHOLEÍALE,
Jew YORK PRICES
BY G. WINHILL.
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Flake's Daily Bulletin. (Galveston, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 143, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 29, 1865, newspaper, November 29, 1865; Galveston, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth178635/m1/1/: accessed December 12, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.