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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Bulletin — 19 July 1865

i if £ f í ! OHJ ■*— 1-•Trf'rfí EF^S7=^rtñi Ví>l. ,ii iiiii library- UNIV. OF TEXAS AUSTíN. . =5=S-*¡ FLAKE'S TltüHBDiVY; JULY l:t, lMf>. (lALVí^loK, WEUN'tóSIU: MOliNING, JULY ID, Itftw. J. i..1 UJ-. ¡i ¿r1 Wo are charged with radicalism and ilHberuliiy ¡a sodio quarters. This requires explanation. Wv uro radltulou tlió'qiies- v'tou of not allowing the political. leadeis ol t-iiu lato rebellion to control, henceforth, the ilostiiiies of .this SttU<*— u class of niuu that have, with had iiileiit'ous or poor judgment, brought niin upon our country. We do not u'ijh this clans of HUM), iho deceivers and boTi'nyers of tlic people, personal hiirnr, hut wo dosiro that (hoy should withdraw from p ilitii's for the present, and leave the reor- ■¡■aiiizulioii of -oi r Sta'e to tliut much abused class of ini u, whoso counsel. should have hoeii hended at first, and at all timos, Tin's ¡8 the extent of out radicalism and ill her- ality. As to the mass of our misled people, tiloso lato r...

Publication Title: Flake's Weekly Bulletin
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Bulletin — 19 July 1865

FLAKE'S WEEKLY BlILLIiTiiY. LMJULIÉI v. FIABB. 8. riuktr. PUBLISHED BY F. FLAKE á CO. Galretfton, July ill, 1865. <\V ,V> íy It pleads us to see that the editor of' tho Galveston News haB left h s coVer, and made a direct a'tack upon, and tangible charges against, tlte editor of tliib paper.— Twice before be attacked us, nuce iudrect- ly, and the other lime in á rambling nwu- tier. Wo replied to both uttucks in short paragraphs, calculated to draw out our co- temporary, and we succeed d. We chal- lenged the News and everybody, in No. 15 of our dailv, to point out a single cditoiial in our Bulletin favoring fhe Confederacy. Thin challenge induced a eouple of gentle- men to look over our tilee; the editor of the News was uot one of them, but lie has dis- covered, in some way, one paragraph pub- lished in the weekly Bulletin, JPeb. 15th, 1865. This paragraph, which was publish- ed at the urgent request of Qen. J.M Iiawee commanding at Galveston, twice repeated, which request in t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Bulletin — 19 July 1865

The National Tax Law * • • • 1 l"t'1" ri I COMPLETE ALPHABETICAL S VMM A Hi' 0#' KATES UCE/fSE*, DOTIKI A/fit EXCISES IMPOSED: u. (y Purs oiis holding a lico.iso as banku aro n it re.ju red to t ike out on« hi brolce.r Brokers, commercial, under wh'ch turin is iuclude i every person whose biiain.as i i , as a broker, to i.égbiiate wales or pur- chase of g lod-s wares, produce or rtérol.uii. .dije, nut otherwise provided for, Ot seek or dors therefor in original or unbroken pack iitfüá, Or tó íiógótiate lreighlt and o her busi- ness fó'rtlM owners ol vessels, or for ship- pers or consignees, or c 'iisigneoi of fre'ght carried by vessels, lor House $20. Brokrs, upon all siles of ui rchandUfe, produce or otliarg >od i J of 1 per ceut. Do., upon all sales «tul contracts foe sales of stocks and bonds, 1 20 of 1 per cent, on the per value thereof". Do , do., on all sales of foreign exchange, p.otáíssory noted, or other .securities, 1 HO or i per cent, on the amount ot sales, und <•!...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Bulletin — 19 July 1865

i ' ••'' • •■ • ii ® 'V,"" ■ / .lilliWii '"^'.y-^.W ^•kWtíífV'í'-; lltxcá in hi 1 lllxt oil ASWHSW 1HHU Í i ■ÉÉHÉN •rhu ...Ib'íi • «1 Htt'jiiffcli «Un Mi fes. An tü'¿ íil'lietitioi 8 IjCBOW" WOWti pi.mtíyo / <• vüvy day íliiit ü nutncroiH clicjnu oí per- t )uB hitliüito U jinhk¿ ill llm general Union i «ityi with dturio like Wendell Phillips, wh'i woul'i sacrifico tlii Uní n at all titíVMs te earry out their own Solent ideas, iirü put- t ítjí fortii wh.nt strength tLuy possess. to or - ,:,;30 :in opp«Hon party to the President's • .«i on r< construct <>n and negro suffrage, . leetn it advisable ,to placu I ©foie'our • >lers, iii simple ul conde titivo formP ¡ i > igíitn «f ^ufFingo i" the Stales, taking . i -, the ba-tís -Mr. Uujfiinne'H useful -'History 01 Uo cerumen Is," ««-ombraelng o comlotma- I; .n of t><o Stulo Constitutions, retalulng uku much liar iii't) of expression tíééd theroln : J]u'ne—The ri ht to vote may bo uxor- cW-f byláoy Vit'Áo "f tlio Unl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Bulletin — 26 July 1865

£ ¿ y mSrn . lOUK |\:i* lli.l * JilP- iUMll lunt • ui: |M||<- 1 t(>. Ifil'fl lltfl* luil- "1 t lloll- ] till- J'hlSS ' |0Ust ftru- - siich I ii mí- fllillli |tte,l, .'Hill- ' Ill'Ütl, [..'i'- 1st, lírica. I ortli |i slllv visi- (ilICll liOUCll a ljiovts ll'HVlll- ¡,-í llll- It lili' lilt -I'- with- Jill t!,I'- ll! (lie l.shoiv, Imuíi.L Juiltilllv |lÍOIIl,,~ ., edicii rise I 1 lamb-il. ul' mmiett J'ltuuK'i! |s ha\t> lilcr ilii' I i Lili tur, lier 1 " lered mi loI'O wilt l'MICtl'il, C.\l'l!|lt •S símil Lili.' I:i-t ncxAs.i m is 1 I; i lationfor, • > private •on Gov- rmv ¡tiul i) rt.nl' • Govern- .ti of the or Nnvv homes in i, will he rtermast- he A i my the Gov- 3 required : or pusseu-« of Gov- ■termaster reement o! on r. ill hf Gov- ^ uired FLAKE S WEEKLY BULLETIN. Fi1: «-i Vol. III. UALVliSTON, WHI>MiSI)AV MOR.M.NU, JULY 2í¡, 1S1.5. WEDNESDAY, J ULY 19, lbCÓ. A Baiik A.-iijbh.—We a: o informe J by tin- mate of ill ! s earning Gtsn. tíheiiiMli, I)int n bak went as .ore...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Bulletin — 26 July 1865

HI É t II *t.J JUl ■"« ' upu.l in U'ÉBMV Blil-LS! rljulf 8. iiimcek. PUBMíliliD UY F. l'LAKK ^ CO. _ ""tíi vjsíjifj July 2S, 1ÜG5 W,: m . ,1) U peaüulul, r.ua.my. ■ lie u" umptiuii vbftt. the paper nets restored the Suites buck (o th« ¡,.¡i Ota Obi 'l'liirt funl 'lesas Alabama. ut- ! und Tennessee ha'J ii m Tho í>ac tlua ftu«i« >er tfour. \V« liav-j. in previous numb.-ii "I' ti . Bnlluti ," «lia f'81'1 a '"tlt l" r Wan luwwf C-ugrt.-J b> nuUifli> tloii, ur; i„ «iHlilMO lll'i VÜUiá Ubl'IC ol «. *'■ UaiHlltullul, .mil laws | y <tu act of mmmu. )V« i" ;tUu denied the. lwtUiiuyud theory tliat II i i.-, no power in the federal (¿of.-.-iuin>ul " " coerce u StaUi." Tho power ia not <-xu< 11> tli" tlung tor which uny omcontend:. li Im* not., i d<«¡j l>tjeu the Issue as íUU'd by wthei ""I'- u 1 th • Iu.>t four )wr,. 11.- < hu;I wutd served ¡superficial lead r* w^l lAeiiwelv.^. ot.U to «!«- Jvo more superficial follows. It was o ly <uie of the lynn of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Bulletin — 26 July 1865

i . t . -n t f|| I I ll MI i ti '•a 1':^ 1 '' Hw ■m #í'' 'i' h e Natío n a I T a x L a w . tíOVU.KTK Al.PHABKTICAI. SUMMARY OF HATE ■ LIUVX8F.S. DUTIES A.V/J 'EXCISES IMl'tiSED: E. Kxpress agents, including every person, firm or company, nog gml in thu currying or delivery of inouey, valuable papers, or. any artiolu for pay, or doing an express busi- ju'-s, wlio-o gross receipts thorcfioin exceed the sun of StíOÜ per annum—lor lie. rise, 810. Jj^But one license fee of ten dollars shall be required from any uno person, lirin or cmp.iny, in respect to all business to be done by such person, firm or company <>n a «mutinous route, and the payment of such Jieeune fee shall coverall bwne ^s d me upon such route by sucli pei sou, firm or cornp my auy where in the United States; and such license fee sh .11 be required onlyfiom the principal in such business, and not fioiu sub- ordinates, F Felloes, wo.d for, frio. Felted fabrics, (i per cent. Ferryboats, on gross receipt^ :i per c nt....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Bulletin — 26 July 1865

•" Vto i-'ibt r< ceivud oudou Time eit- < tiio doctrino of the U-mlem oí" bocea- ■ "cottcilin^ soccsbiou, with tho right of :..iv>:i. Jo in C. lim-kitirMog, one of lutoiiieni lettdera mudo « speech in ky just be lo .a he isocodqd, iu which , >>r instanoe, 1 should think it my • > join iii thin work of revolution, mid luuld tall to my lot Iw captured oil ti e f battle, you cannot try me as a Uni- on must trwi# me aba prisoner of war." m London Tínica discussing tins t>itl>- ■iiiya: • J'hu legal question as to tliu right of bo* it baa always been doubtful, thu rati- • of American lawyers ii dining to the ■1* that if not allowed it was not pro h i - : by the Constitution ! Compact, it .Id th<'r fbns lio the most glaring injus- to ticut this secession us an ordinary i sing against authority. The good retine ..o Amerioau peopJe will, no doubt, re- in tluni from the r. iataken policy of ..¡cihkjo iu such a case." itero is loyie in all this, after the Cal- i styl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Bulletin — 2 August 1865

IWU.. rri«y Nun ' |'e.u. |DM)|h. p«!ic«. ¿tan ¡Ot? u! rnn ■<'* In J'iti"! lufi- I1!'" I ni i 11 om ■ ' Hi.'' cW. \ |uik I'.ti [«ill h"'l; ■erti. Itci! lub- I'r I)""- ■ Ml I'ii BY THE PHB3IUKNT OK THE UNITED 8TAB8 OP AMEBICA: ▲ PROCLAMATION. Whkrkas, tlx) 4 h Section of the 4th Article nf the Constitution of the United States declares that the United States shall Íaaranieo to every State in tlie Union, a iepuldican firm of Government, and shall protect each of them against invasion and domestic violence, and, whereas, the Presi «lent of the United States is, by the Cons: tution, made Commander-in-Chief of the Army and Navy, as well as Chief Civ J Ex ecutive Officer of the United States, and is h lund by solemn uuth faithfully to execute the otfico of President of the United States, and to take care that the laws be faithfully executed; and, Whereas, The rebellion, which has been waged by á portion of the people of the United States against the prop -rly constituted authorities of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Bulletin — 2 August 1865

* I i ' I mm m IW'MI imi.ni mil www ;v. p u'-e «¿¡See*. . *. rs ¿« of xlme cr Irsst, 3 ar "b re f¿00, . «í'h "twr««* :-- .-•* '• D-rr«ra«V a, c .*■«►"' Iran" e*.rh, i-1. X ph4 a, D pr piba, SO tfiií., D vil« ot« ttft. fjcl l-V, J « ®f .1 jí - iúi- gf« ¡ y ie--4 ng i Pickei, pre*e«feJ rail*, " ™ c <• -:. CT ' < *u.. e « ■: • > •'■:•••• p-£ '.r U, per t II. %í 4'í. v. i. ««4 «f .1 !. ki*l anally-known e g*s«vj piti*. **w- a* " DerrtíMri ir ¿ lit. Wtllt'l í!i¿ *i,' i f. Mi í fr;*' Jf'¡ W i per Mí 1 l *ÍTWttl sa{táti&cts .'r o; s-ul -.kU-J $ a ritr •« <•«>'* ' «* * isaau.ttrtsjv. X«-vr*¡ ap.srfc Ur *.■!**«•*'.¿«-««T! nls. os ee- R"^« roe :j fc, £«*e " A :wntom««i" 3 T" Ctfttt' L , v be** tt* «ate a,-, T a Aats a: J ,¿ráC* '',!^ rf • t** £ ptrC. Utk-r i HMTI b ry The L a ÍÍU . « •Vtr; ^ esxí Lf.'ii ■. JtffH*! S ¡ftjay"" mnroiiiS 11 - fnra P*s« Car#. ... 1 aJ,d * Illa wagon*, «c , •ora ff. ti« l¡cv<twne t- I <.«eío^ *•■* «* I the-draught of r->r, fv ^y¿L-r vf ¿...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Bulletin — 2 August 1865

Canbvi the-Department of 'IVxns; in (immandoJ by Mnj >r liem-i'tilll, ü. lliant \y light. 1 I I .J I •Sa.n FRAycipfo. July 27.—A telegram fr.im Britiali (.!■ lumbin says; • One mining claim in Cnlihoo j 'cldi-d 30, 000 the week muling July 7. Thu BiienutidoHh whs continuing tho dos truction oi whalers, ller commander wus informad of the surrender of Gen. Lee but did not believe it. v v.„ J Jy ^0,—Soini-olliirinl news IVom Crcii Ortega, Btatoof Miclioucnn, men- tions the desert.on t> hisservice of twocav- airy regiments i f tin Imperial eeiviao; and that he is daily tendere I tho services of large mi in lie re of Mexican officers coining from points in possession of the French. He also states that Maximilian has con ¡raced with foreign speculatois for tho introduc- tion yi'larg.' iiumbers of negroes who will be liupt in slavery toil years . The Tunes' special s.iys tnat Jeff. Davis's health is belter than it has been for live years past. General Jo-eph E. Johntson has applied f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Bulletin — 2 August 1865

......... mí i i/ i cal! «be attention of. oar colera tbro igbout the State to the coa- oí our rorn p ndent "2," in i Bull iiti. Tbequ stioiu imgffO'ted •re oí vil ) importance iikI «h ex i^rnr'u of tb« tim¿ d nwud* a pnapt so- lution. 'ItOH AUcTlJÍ- CÜP" Governor Ham I en and family 1« f' ft&^veaton f-,r Aiitiin. ría Houston and lirenhaiu. on Wedne lay'« traiii. Before 1 aving, he i* oe J hi- proclamation to tb< peopl • of Y«iu. Ii i* one af those plain and c nvincíiiv Stat* papera tint e uinot be n.Uundcrs'.ood, fat which t!« Governor i celebated.- It inform* I'm? peope truthfully «f tboir situation and what i required of th- in to regain tfa«*tr lo t citiseochip. May eveiylmdy pmd-r well over ilif truth* ami ficta ad vane-d by tbe Governor, and b< d t he;n Only by m doing can we reach the baven we are striving for—civil Government. Let us quit crying over tlmt.dead knise "Slavery," an J let n* accept tbestusrion lio.esly and truthfully. tar Ti>e L\ S. Steadier N. P. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Bulletin — 9 August 1865

X V y - Í9 nmwitox '■« WM140 FLAKE'S WEEKLY BULLETIN. Vol. III. GALVESTON, VVJjfiDNk&DAY MORN I AG, AUGtSi 0, 18Ü5. «K©. WVTlli: BAVLO , 1 It J3 C EIV I N 0, F 0 R W A R DIN G AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, Strand, <■ a I vest o i. Bti'íK leave tn inform Ins friends generally, and "the mw" especially, tliht ho lian oponed u gnueral For- warding ;iinl Commission ItiiíInCiS. He wilt attend strictly to nil cottun, wool, or produce forwarded to liini lor tiliijiineiit or Mile. Will also execute orders lor planters uiiil Inland merchants when nccninpu ued liy .'oiiHlgtinieuts of produce or oii'li. Kefem to 0. S. I.ongeopo, Houston; Vuu.ee & Uros., Han Antonio} T, J, McHiiiucy, Anal I n. ju2t)d&wlf ADAMS FXPRKSS COMPANY, «real Eastern, Western & Southern EXPRESS FORWARDERS. its. E£e!c!llilit9l He r«„ Auctioneers and Commission Merchants, HOUSTON, TEXAS, Will nil irtly open a Hans..' in 0ALVIJ9T0N. flood' •J ■; li co nsigned ns nt either place. Domestic produce il iviijh on ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Bulletin — 9 August 1865

«fctiil i ÉÉ< I «i FLAKE'S WEEKLY 8l'LL .Ti\. ar ;v*~\ li-.-.' .... - ^ * 11 mifiiK «i « l¿ á > i i i i <|l.f.'*l."iítl '- ■ ■ ■ w -- — -• * '■ "rj 1 1 . « T_ 1.. lAtU 1 DP. "í a muá ti******** ! ééé. i), ni Mi ti; FLAKE efe CO. FLAKE, „ PUBLISHED RY <• fthebti);!,. ¿la^osi W;5. li< (urnlni$ Kruson. We h^to'üirwirlj' alluded to some evidences ot rrtturnjng rcmou among U.c people j «tul huv^ hitherto, pointed out (foino at tiio errors of,doctrine which led to our misfortunes. The uro themes whtó cannot bo too strongly urged. It in not tiiiott^h, that men accept the fact thrt they we fonqtipi sit •, mid y wear to {heir dctemination to nupport and defend the Constitution of the United States. Mti t men liad ¡p'.-nrn this at one timo or other, find there was ;s uatuiid allegiancc duo from every nntive barn citizen of tho tend to support- the form of govonimont which hiul been, adopted by our fathers, after ridding themselves of British thraldom. It has lately been fashion...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Bulletin — 9 August 1865

•w ¿SI MR 0W% Wm l§ |-t m >m •m ■Wm PM II iiw LOYALIST. cfmto: end its fniiis. ,'ij un/iicated. T treat ci • >Hw r lía n ptlimui damuigut victim " In the opinion of tHu v.orid, ulRvery h-vi bnj fcjiu" become an old fashioned aud n:i rilóte iiuli- tufion; oue of til last nnd worst relics 'of barba- , imiu It 01 fur moro ir. opposition to the polity nl' tui enlightened period than tho feudal iustifu- ti ins of t:io Middle Ages; «till it existed in all its pristine vigor, in a country where the Constitution mid laws were claimed to be the most favorable to iiutuau rights of any in Christendom. Fifty years ago, slavery was looked upon by a majority of the Southern people, as inimical' to morality and to the gonorid well boing of society; ritill no plan was adopted or couoeived for its Olllil- imtion; in taut, the «vil .was glaringly apparent, but. the way to abate or «meliorate it was obscuro. Many profound' statesmen and philosophers of that ]>criod saw that slavery, according...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Bulletin — 9 August 1865

r Tifit:' ' ''ni i' i -iji; Subluiintica- Under ibis hca:*, tho' 8,mt!;mn Ii.tolli- i about urvta- in the iollow- gtuiv *r " Ml* all tl e uo«kiu< ■ IfeVrd npOD ill'' h«#(i ittjf gtaulijc "iy;c: ' TJjfh wo d, wi-i It hn - been . promi- nently kept bcf > e ilouthem mind for ye : e, it d«j. iv d fr m sub (uitdor) and ju ¿on t to yoke). . Th> -Jloinoni pruetirad i> Tii> jr'ally in r. ferenco lo c nquoréd nations, whom they compelled to pae* under ¡ho yr-ke of th« coii^uewr-, after which tlmi tao'tvljugated U came slaves, subject to b bqugbt nad sold in market: but uivler i «•ode of lnwt wfarfcli gave to tbo slaves m iny rights j And for very mm y good olliios the rownrd of freedom. The right to enslave rested ii ^ on tbo erroneous believe, that the conqueri r bad tl.o light to thi* lifj of liis prisoner; mil" having spared hit lift, b liiignt ft; pr piinto his liberty. Tbo tonel.* t«g*of i lie lnwt four year* havo been, that if the struggle lor ro.nrato nationality fail- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Bulletin — 16 August 1865

>' M«rket 1 ' . He let. The .!t.y I'Ou, |Abnu y to Mi- disco-,. rPl'ouiiig It: nit# : tlmt Jsvtaiii It lit* So It's ns lston, I'Si-el llio It' tho leforo |veri 1 by legro ■wont IV/; r.> f Jriu, |in, K':t I ' -* i * J (li- lilí 11. aw FLAKE'S WEEKLY BULLETIN, Vol. GALVESTON, WíiRVtíiSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 16, 1805. Ml. ICeicliuntii ft Co., Auctioneers and Commission Merchants, houston, texas, Will sli ,-rtly open a Hoit- in ÜAI.VBSTOX. Good m'iU co i-tigumi u<t ut eltliet place. Domestic produe. tl .wij on h«nd fur salo or le exchange for mcrchai i.i «-. ¿ju 20-0111 B. S. PARSONS, lius rosuaiud the Lumber smd <'ouiiiii«*it>ii Uiisincss ill UaiVOSlMll. Huí ou hand Culcanleu Pine Lumber and Sash. primed and glaz.-d. Will receive consignments uud Oil orders for building materials, Ac Ac. J. llcrlochcr, GENERAL COMNlSSION MERCHANT. HTIUNU, GALVKSTOÍÍ. Storage in brlckluiildings. Ilecoiviiis and PorwarJng at lowest rates. Juue 12, 1SU5. b-tf ~ II. L. uñ'.mi, AUCTIONEER AND CO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Bulletin — 16 August 1865

X Píi.lKíj'S WEEKLY BULL TIN. i > n i '* ii'rmWw >■ "<' v i I . MIS3IS31P:*J. >..n... '"' From Aiutiii. i T&o wild bunt artey o,2ice. '{l¡> ^aotin puptrd, our cotrespjudoiiU anil, —— _ n gen ¡li-men present inform 11 that tliu "people! Our ¡rienda at Austin inform r.n thst the opening We are well informed that nearly 10,000. uores of liavj lud u fond tittle generally'' úui in.,' tile I not I (,f Ul0 e;:ucui¡vu oCicu by Governor Hamilton and I land have been loused to colorad people ia tli^vi- Tha Yickuburg Journal aay« ; V. FLAK*. S. MlNKEIt JfÜHÍ4Í*EED BY If. FLAKE & CO. uantf if. Galvcftai', . ttiid hit uiuli uijü úút tidcud.. 'mid T.'uru wi'Ucunit'il by nnug a liitliotial euluto, ill! hoisting the old liag upon the domo ol ihc ¡ Capítol, uuíer tito rapmaiúudencoof Capt. (Jan. *j& t:al. 'iV I-rodaunt.oil of <Sí¿til tit Johnson ap-} u'üneockT KÍñVB"woi:¿ dV p]«y#d upou wiiy of Geul. A J. Hamilton Provisional i im homes of tho "Citiiciie nud itjioii lir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Bulletin — 16 August 1865

■'lit i !v 1) j v |\ I'- ll., r I: 1 m 9 oursu u very lu to slauil ) to npieo VN, his is li.am) )i tlio that iglish ta for Hud* * the uokv each íy— Iturns it mot led of Jlwny lull tie ■i 1 Ü > ' A I'lllllllMlllMMintMK decided lust week, will probably govern tho pros- e.it wis f. Loursvn.u:, Aug. 7.- -A daily mail lms boon or- dered to bu sent from Coluinhns, Ky., to Mobile, ( over the Mobile and Ohio railroad. | Fivo New OrluanH ladios have been pardoned , whose properly had been destroyed. Bishop Lynch, of South Carolina has also been pardoned I The order authorising Gon. Sheridan to oauRe ¡ all white troops in his d partmout, whoso services > oan bo dispensed with, to be mustered out, directs j prufereqoe to ba given to veteran regiments whose ¡ torni hua Hourly expired. 11 also permits officers and men who dosiro to réoeivo their discharge and payment at the rendezvous where, mustered out, to I clo so. Tho chief paymaster has recived orders to arrange lor the payment of all...

Publication Title: Flake's Weekly Bulletin
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Bulletin — 16 August 1865

jr If cc1 iblialinl/<un\A*drowí. Hamilton Uní. •.c ¡utavly itt'fuu ¿J •• -. v T.? tho(a Austin. Xt luis been so íuiihiouiibW, lo ubinse CieCi. Hamilton its Tema. that atuore extended notice in H.'tj !<tu'V, than has yet boon given by the press, t i\W'h -to.' Far ulthough imperfect re porta of that I <frgVAl i ii u'i ni 11 i lifái 1111 it i¡i * in liiiminn'i ? Wwwiwwitiw The! k'rovisetniytl Gor ;: uiueut oí | Hamilton. il«i ¡¡¡..i already comprehended the sit- ^ nr.'ion If lirri.-itei his life would pay the forfeit. It'/ tied, nml as tl.o administration waa using every ! effort to put the rebellion down, und the Copperhead . t- •• ori'tg eupeihunein uflbit 10 cuuse it to sue- 1(1, Gen. Hamilton guv ) an earnest eupport to thi.' <ulmini*ini;!.ou. This in Ids if cord ; this the brunt of hi3 offoad- 0 utlomaii'i. speeches Jiove appeared in diffoia&t; In*- Tho rebellion has failed. Those who branded pqpers, there t'j a want ofegotisiu In the speaker, Jluurilt n an a trait...

Publication Title: Flake's Weekly Bulletin
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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