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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Semi-Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 27 March 1869

r i A 7/ j/ • ér'- / w. * v v Li / a SEMI-WEEKLY <§ Bulletin. (jALYESTON. SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 27. 1869. NO. 12 TELEGRAPHIC. YOL. VII. lAsaoclsted Fruit Dispatches. | London, March 22—Evening.—Consols 93¿. Bonds quiet and stead;, 83]. Tallow 46s 3d. New York. Maroh 23.—62s 18J. 64s 14¡. Ki 164, new 13|. 67s 134 67s same. 10-40s 54. Communioatad. | Plowing by Btraa rawer. About a quarter of a century ago, the idea of superceding animal power by a earn. About 1850, tbe idea assnmed a mechanic !, if not a practical, form. Various were the contrivan- ces—some as iooomotives running across tbe ¿elds, and soma as stationary or working on the beadleands. Bowdell Fawkes and othéra in Amerioa; Howard Fowler and others in England. Through all the grades of improvement in teams and plow*, we have at last reached the praotioal point where steam baa successfully mpereeded all animal power, when it has been fairly tried. Tbe iate Mr. John Fowler, of England, after a long aeries of experimen...

Publication Title: Flake's Semi-Weekly Galveston Bulletin
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Semi-Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 27 March 1869

'■ MARCH 27, 1869. SATURDAY, BULLET1JN FLAKE'S SEMI-WEEKL FLAKE'S SBMI-WBKKLY BULLETIN. r FLAKE, Editor and Proprietor. SATURDAY, MARCH 97, 1669. : ft' l EDITOtlU P1MBE4PII . Junes Collagban has been appointed Alder- ara for Ward No, 9, 8an Antonio, vioe David Bell, deolintd. The Bao Antonio Eipress lakes exception that the negro was the first man whem others •manolpated, and oalla onr attention to the Russian serf) and to the slaves of Jamaica. The latter were negroes and the former paid for or aw now paying for their free doin. The annual University boat race attracted a great oonoour.se of people. The live milts were rowed in twenty minutes six and a b >11 ••conde. Young men in olden titnes went to the University 4o study Lstin; now they go to become professional athletes. The Owl, one of the London .comic piper?, tells Lord Stanley that any statesman with half ra owl's -eye would have known that the Alabama treaty shonld have been negotiated «I Washington, where the feeling o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Semi-Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 27 March 1869

FLAKE'S SEMI-WEEKLY HULLETIN-t-SATUHDAY. MARCH & Jla bUull be Conamauder-iu-Ckiief of ihaUllitin of the State, exoept when they are iisd into actual service of (be Uuited States. (Lo. 7. He at 8,1 ,lmes «¡quire inlornw •inn iu writing from all the officer* of the Ex. "Tu.,, Department on any subject relating u> fí, duties or their office ; and he shall have a ® #l„i Hupervioiou and eontrol over them, ft, «ball bare the power of removal of eaeh of ^dofie* exoept the Lieutenant Governor !r.misfeasance, malfeasance, or nonfeasance; ut the reason* and cause of auoh removal Si be oommunioated in writing by him to üi Senate at the first meeting of the Legisla- ¡IL which ooours .after snoh removal, for its ¡¡oioval or disapproval; if disapproved by the SHi. u may restore the displaoed Incumbent l. . TOte of that body. If a vaoancy occurs Si nj of the Exeoutive offices by death, resig- mtion or removal, or from any other cause, Soring the recesa of the Legislature, the Uov- -cor «hal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Semi-Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 27 March 1869

y MABOH 8T, I860. BU I-LET1M—SATURDAY. FLAKE'S BEMI-WEEKL KMI-WEEiL\BHLLBTH1, F. FLAKE, Editor and Proprietor. VUUt IIH-WIIKLY lUlXKTTS, Witantay ui Wittal M«lip 00 owrm wpucitwiii. ■alas mi UwrtWM, B«váu or Eiopr hau Noxtabso. DAILY BULLETIN. Math. •■•nth . * I y«ar. MM MM 00 'MM *111 inn lit ts Ita OS SIS M «MM INN «MM MM mo m sts m no to SEMI-WEEKLY BULLETIN. I snath. Simtba. «aonthi. I w. *00 II M 18 M SO 0 T«mi *f labwrifdM. For «Dana Bullttto SCO loUetto J® Bollstla # ... SATURDAY, MABOH 27 1869. Jf. Mr'. CHA8. L. L0WDAY baa notified no •at ho kM to discontinuo ths traveling «gency for -TUk.-.'ttnll.iIn ^ iid , "Dis Union' lot tbo Mate oT Tim fila appointment aa agent Is there- taw revoked. I bare no traveling «goat t the at tino.' _ F. FLAKE. MABCIIM Bf III un run. The band of tho returning oolnmn baa seadkéd Galveston. Wo have aoen tha first of thai' aoola army of martyrs who want from Texas to Washington, that they might tell the President how deeply they loved him, and ■MU...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Semi-Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 27 March 1869

FLAKE'S SEMI-WEEKLY BULLETIN-SATURDAY, MARCH 2T, 1869. jmwiMm Mfn.iullM of Ikt unwlrjr ef the Army HZADQCABTSBS or TBI ABMT, 1 Adjutant General's Offloe, V Washington,. Maroh 15, 1869. j 0tnei*l Orders, No. 17. i «To scoomplish the consolidation of the i.hnttt rtginÜU of the army, u required h¡úra«r<kl Order* No. 1Ü,. of the 10th inatant, ■Ji at the earn* time make the tranafen do- íuidea ? tWnecessities of tho service u 2oBoa>loa"J M possible, the President of the ftolted B tatos direote.that movements and ¡oMoUdation* be madsraeoording to the fol- £:_[« directions: I The regiments will be consolidated com- -J. by oompany, so that every oompany will Vm« present for duty one Captain, one First Lieutenant [one Seoond Lieutenant, and not ¿ exoeed six Bergeaats, eight Corporals, two jfosUiaos, two artifloera, one wagoner; and Mibandred privates. 2. The regimental commanders will eleot their regimental staff officers Jrom the regi- mental staff, or from the offlaors of either reg-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Semi-Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 27 March 1869

MARCH 27. 1869. HlJLl.EtlM -SATUKbAL FLAKE'S SEMI WEEKLY KXaAKHP.S P, FLAKE, Edito* and Proprietor. ^ SATURDAY. MAB0HH7, lMf. KUJftrUAL HUUUfli' Oreat Britain paya two aaUlkms dolían a jsar to aapport 1W,000 volunteers. 1 At «ha inauguration ball Iba moat elegantly draaaoi lodjr iu >ba room vaa Mi*. John Mor- riaaey. Tba na atyla of postage stamp* *U1 aoon be distributed. They ere eaid to be very beau- tifnl, whioh ia very wall,, bat will they "atiek-' AU military, bands, save that at Waat Point ara to ba nnttarad oat of service. Tba work mt army eduction and consolidation ia pro- aaadiog vigorously. Itseems strange tbat tbe; Sanato should baaitata to ntiiy tba flaist Thomai treaty, «ban tba plaoe is so naaaaaary aa a coaling aMIon for vessels of war. From Iba great effort tbat polltieiana «ra making to provethemeelvee tba viaton In tba Traaanry eembat, we are or opinion tbat tbay wara mora badly whipped than wa had anp- poaad. Tba noval of Fbioaaa Finn, ona af tba baat tbat Anth...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Semi-Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 27 March 1869

FLAKE'S SEMI-WEEKLY BULLETIN—SATURDAY, MARCH 1869. (Communicated, i COXMESTS OH TBI CONSTITUTION, tbi pdybbbmce pointed out between a other constitutions of texas. ¿bti v.—Judicuiit Depabtment. The constitution now before the people for J*otiace or rejection, diffurs radically in its ^iieial system troui the constitution of 1866, J®, i, ideotio ! in many of its important pro- Siloswith the constitution of 1815. The latter constitution required the Judges f the Supreme end District Courts, nnd At- ' r (¿antral to be appointed by the Got. by and with the advice of the Senate, fn 1850, the constitution was amended, and the appointment of oil of these otllcers given ¡"the people. They were elected for a term ISeiiht years, at a salary of not less than two thousand dollars for Judges of the Supreme Ronit, seventeen hundred and fifty dollars for District Judges, and the salary of the Attor- ney General and District Attorneys to be tUo^i P ' ]ttW, Tho Supreme Court consisted cf three Judge...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Semi-Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 27 March 1869

MARCH ÜLLETiN -SATURDAY, 8' SEMI WEEKLY W« do not wish to tarrify our maiden «not, •tutJ othel tee Maker, bat the following re- fiim titration Within • few yea a large number of tee companies have «prang op in the metropolis, «blob elaim to import direct from China. to farniab a superior article at reduoed ratea, and which advertise Ujrgd/all over tbe country. One street u fair),/ lined for a considerable diatanoe with tbew. We ara «asurad by those •laiming to liw , (bat several of tbeee tea eatablkSuoeuia an organised frauda upon tbe people: tbai they uae tbe leaves of the Oama* lia, Which ao eloMly recambie genuine tea that the/ arc freqfaeutly mistaken for then by bo* tantsts: that tbey largely import and palm off npoa purobaaera Obincac "lie tea;" that they ' uae the leaves of aab, plum, and other trees, aid mingle them witb good tea; and further- more, that tbey ra-dry and color genuine tea leavae that have race been uaed, or hare been 1 by water, to. There ia one of tbeac íes ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Semi-Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 8 March 1871

Wm „í>* HEMI-WE BuIMiít i'.r yOL IX.. GALVESTON, WEDNESDAY. MAttOH 8, 1871. ^GRAPHIC. ¿TED PRESS DISPATCHES. * —mi *'1 from ISwepe. K March 8.—Vessels arriving rare storm at sua. iarch 3.—Bismarck, the Dulse ourg and Wurtemburg, Leo- i Bavaria, and Prince Charle of i entere ! Paris, with the troop , Bismarck retired belore the fassod under the Arc de here were butifew French «„ts, who manifested their feel- m.¡slii. if and scream of de- March 2.—Pavre ha gone to I to-day to demand the immedi- „u tiou of Pari by virtue of the fJthe convention. O, March 2.—A league is being ¡ Havre to prevent the return ol «employee . ai, March 3.—The Prei ch au Mc endeavoring to make uch jeiits with the Prussian us will fthe evacuation of Paris. It i be- i Germans will leave this even- , least to-morrow In consequence cat excitement in Paris. A crowd ns, observing some Prussians in i ol the Louvre and Place du , yesterday attempted to use for then oxpulsion, but were kept line of troops and pieces...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Semi-Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 8 March 1871

BM that is not first pt will probably make the settle- nd on the Usa «the kind. that the with beef not loaded with *uch for bat for speculation alone will suffer the DNESDA MARCH 8, 1871. puy to New York on throws all the I of the Ex Wwae the r say signals were cause the appli- I to work sufficient- í the train to a stop. The M verdict ot the jury a 'wis hey-wash oy" ipiir, cenfuiiug bj implication somebody and nobody. Bsoadway. New York, is endeavoring <o widen itself in some way or other, but rwmr progresa, while in Wash- . .*y Pennsylvania Avenue is trt incf in contract itself into narrower fitted up for trans- Frank Blair against the at tbo. conr- at of the war, il favored seees- and that Senator Feutou should have " refuted the charge wlieu made," while the Tribune itself notices the aflWr at length, and fail* to deny the " solt iui peaehmeut." A Paris paper guessing at the condi- tions oi peace, asserts that one ol the main feature* Is, that the German* are to retain the ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Semi-Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 8 March 1871

kHM m "LAKE'S SEMI-WEEKLY local news. —That City Park.-—No city can iu Ail da7 generation call itself a oity ¿ulcus it can prove the association trne bv exhibiting its Park. What bas oeeome of our hopes of be- ta a oity t Are we to have a Park, or we to not be thought a city. Galveston ia not only asleep, but sho ' ha« taken too inuch opium, and unless she takes an antidote, alie will never wako from ber slumber til] alio finds her- iell dead, dead, dead t - Mortuary Report.—Tim following fe a list ol interments for the week end- toft Saturday, March 4: William M, bonnet, 34 years, inflama- «¡on of the stomach, Illinois. Mrs. Eliaa Johnson, 31 years, conges- tion of the brain, Lo"!«iaua. Mrs. 8llvania Wiltze, 88 years, pneu- aionla, Louisiana. Mr. B. M. Martin, 68 yunrs, dysentery, Ireland. Mr. T. II. McMuban, 53 years, not kaown, Kentucky. Mr. John Allardyce, 50 years, dropsy •f the cheat, Canada. Mrs. Ama Patts, 88 year , paritanetis, Inland. M. Caiiill, Sexton. TiibatricaI..—Thor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Semi-Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 8 March 1871

! .. fflDWIEKLY BULLCTIff r, FLAKE, Editor «d rreptatar. ... . tdf¿ííÜL2L '' AY, MARCH tí, 1871 ON VMON IS 1«K) of FLAKE'S BULLE- Thm, by r. Fink®. N"l the oldest It ia unl etc., nt reach . approach advertMug wtththoM tv3 JtMTi. SDtOB Si BnuuuiB are up J the «ele local agent for " JlaJte'a Bui « and the "Union, (Uermaa,) a Austin, Or AllPoataiaatcra In th* SUMiof T**a* gfrMthoriied te aot a Agenta of *W« ] Xfcev *111 be allñnd the usual oommla«l 9 paper. MOL jvsffsi^fesas «Ok county, Xezoa. O.tRTEB Is tho Special Agent of for Northern Texas and the _ y. OrtUo, Corauierolal Row, Griiywn connty, T«*u iiiííetln üñd the Union, luis 'dlacharged. All authority to oanvass I collect for me 1* hereby AKE radisa." as rsxrsi-flw JS SXLrSZi Bnlbs, Ote In tho State , iV.v-ia. He 1a the sole Importer In Oalvea- Mat tho celebrated Philadelphia Landretlt's WboleS orto™ «3! per 1000 papera. ■ttovWfcswsm m T. HOLHT1IN, ltffl Market etrect. Waives <.wt. Tanta—Dealer in German and English Sdáml aid ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Semi-Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 8 March 1871

•"4 {•SB!1."::::: Office jjhfi't Bulletin- ¿iifct watch. 5JL, Office- jffii Bulk rulHf" office BR . 160 ÜÜ . 10U 00 . 83 33 1,748 33 . 59 50 . 8si 55 . 23 50 471) 60 95 00 5 00 a 35 14 00 150 00 4 00 , t&Hiukle Oektoeder, repairlug hone car Sadies.- i c.G«r'>*nl > /¿old & Stieui, contingent uc ^ount, attorneys ?Stoker & Co., «hoeing engine '•¿gw m 00 flnffimnnlcatiotiM Iron the City Mur- jinwiatlTC to the"amounts collected 2l pty Roll of the force, were rend ad'adoptod. An appropriation lor hve additioual Ml on the night of Mardi Oras, h ub al- tered, at a compensation of $5 each. A petition from the Marshall requesting (Bt three Inspectora be appointed to ex- !5m the ¡streets, alley ways etc., iu diwof the approaching warm weather, ni referred to the Hospital Committee. The reports of the City Treasuiei and merle were read and approved. Alderman Frederich, from the Fire Cinmittee, reports Engine No. lias ut- ility worthless. ¿dormán Mason was added tu the fiie Com...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Semi-Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 8 March 1871

w I ♦ ;'ifW MARCH IT LLpTIJi—WEPyE8^A_Y SEMI-WEEKLY COTTON—There was a Modera « degree of i+Mjitj daring tke mHmt portion oí the week. thtmok Ikt unllaaU tantirf In taejr of foreign wM *" • apérate* to «hook tCMMOrttoMfcotoMhMtec oflhrod with tat Utile fowdsa. aad toward (he elooe oftke wtok transactions became olmo* entirely J We left oar market it the dote ot I weekly report active ot lili cento «ir and on Hatiuday ooloo Urano- I of 100u balsa at the aawe figure, followed r by utei of 1600 boles, though pri 0(0 bad dropped to 19He. On Tunsdsy, owing to «ho suspension of liuotaeo* during t portion of C o day, and tiie declining tendency of the aurkot, transactions were nomina!, sale* amounting to only SB5 balea, taken at Ut. for flood Ordinary. 0 Wedntaday faciora of fcced with aotuewhat moro liberality, and aoloa of WW balea tianapirod at tiie Ago re. the market bolus dull on yesterday without change in prireo, with aoloa of 300 Woo, olooing tod*}- qniot and weak at 11*e. with aal...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Semi-Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 8 March 1871

fid, 1 oz, . 5 < ' -io laid, i 1 ÜE"1 1 13 (! J) ka, 14 oz.l ,10c ...« • tfO .435 k.« hbcond NnwioN jjgt otmkmbbiih- ■fusllat of the present mum 1 States Henato, and of the «Btatlvp , the ii¡linen of tho markoil thus * ' - HBNATK. musoum- Churlo i) Umko Carl Bcliuri NEilUAHkA. John M Tbayor •riioo VT Tlptuu XKVADA. J un W Nyo Wm M Stewart new bami'amUb Aaron U Cr «ln Luliuin J" W Pattorson " hliW JKBSKl. Alex O Cattell John P Stockton now tohk, Boaooe Conkling Bonbon K ronton KGMTB CAKOUKA JoéVibbott John Pool ohio. John Shormau Alton O Turman- OREGON Seo B Williams onry W Corhett pennsylvania. Sir MnCamorofa ,1 b i Scott jdk islaxd. I.' y B Anthony Yv - «prague u .JrU cabolina. 'i'iioa J Bobortson Frederick A Sawyer tlknkssek. ih S Fowler 'm O Brownlow TEXAS. (Vacant.) (Vacant.) vkhmont. Justln S Morrill Geo F Edmund VIRGINIA. John F Lewi John W Johnatou WEST VIRGINIA. Wattman T WUley Arthur H Boroman WISCONSIN. Timothy O Howe Uatt HCarpenter my' ¿¡ward t Chandler bota. ■Ktoa* i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Semi-Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 8 March 1871

Mk-, FLAKE'S 8EMI (VETEKL !TLT.RTry —WFDNEPDA MARCH 8, 1*71 kMJfiyat CastSvilK-f 8u Auto- Bio Herald. ' That there in inore cotton In Waca to- day 'V* wan ever belore seen at one tints la Uiia city. It U on our street*, in v..!. nids, in private enclosure , in tact •veiywbere, stacked tip in high piles. Waco has become a good market for cot- ten. and oar planters nave found it out.— [Waco Register, March 1. Wo learn that a fetal affray occurred on the Steinbeck place, 6 miles from Waco,, on 8unday evening labt, which lesnitM in the killing of a young man feanM William Toliver. It appears that Tollver and one Whltsett bad been drink- ing. and a dispute arose between them •boat some trivial things, whereupon Whltsett shot and killed Tollver. Wbit- aatt madt his escape. Toliver la spoken •f as a jroonc man of steady habita, but •ccaskmally givon to drink.—[Waco Register, 1. Judgefi. P. Donley, loug a resident aitiaenaad barrister of this place, died in Kaulman on Friday the 17th inat. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Semi-Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 9 September 1871

(KAI'HIC. D FRESS DISPATCHES. Marked. Sept. 6— Cotton Ann, Is 20, Orleans SO), ««lea •igbts firm. Stock* strong Government* dull Wl óey easy at 3. Gold firm ut auge, long tt¡. short 9| --.Sept. 5.-Cctton strong, 8, Upland 20, Orleans 80|. Jiic« Armor, 8|®9}. Naval Tallow steady. Freights «y sbundeut at 2>&>3. Dis- Sterling, tor prime or «¡ght. Gold 1134®! I3|. I steady. States active. Sept. 4.—Cotton strong, Orleans 20J. sales SHXÍO i very firia. Stocks strong "Gold 113J. Governments ady. States strong and j>r, long SJyuhcit U¿. S>'pt. 0.—Oottou strong-; Uplands 20fe.: Orleans 02j®U3c. Pork #13 50. id steady. Rico titm ut qtpuutinc51®f)2. Rosiu firm. _iot. .Freight.' firwir. Gold j.- Sterling ral her firmer at j miher heavy. Coffee firmer ¡ lio sold at 144®17jc. Suguis od refined quoted at Ufife , 9®9ie..; Cuba I0@1]<:.; nolasses dull. i Sept. 6.—Cotton firm, Orleans 21$. Freights i active. Gold strong, 113f jovernments ver.y strong. II iml heavy. Sterling, long u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Semi-Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 9 September 1871

Wm, ¡p|g® 5 ll ■P i4< ir M 1 Pi •/-'.f.ir , —z—gg ill ss- 0 •mme wttvumE ran HADE Ur iUUUAL-lLAL asa"jis%«f FLAKE'S SKMMVE •. . I.< «l'U.ETIN-SATURDAY, -SEF'THMItER 9, 1871 __ IN CD butler • a 1 75 a> 5 00 7 00 a 4 70 a 4 HO W . lit • narv. •lee Havana. J « Cotton Tin*—Arrow gold Dbum, f It—Arrowroot, J* IQ4ÍCil. ..... ♦ , Bermuda. •••• Qotalne, «o*..... Sweet Quinine, f ii Morphine, «> ox., Araerl- SM.!*: i, pur or,, English Blue M** , Amortan. dn English.... Calomel. Km:li h... . do American... Chloroform Ipecac.... Dorar Pov Powder*.. Borax, Refined Hrlmfttouo... Bl-Carh of- Boda, Engliab. Camphor...... Copperiw...... Bpaom Soil ....- SC!r Arabio . .. .. 30 • .. 38 .5 ill .. .. .. M .. 40 9 .. 50 3 45 V 3 50 1 00 * A 00 t> 00 .. .. 9 10 00 3 00 300 .. 6 at .. .. 1 35 1 60 ,, ,, 1 35 a ., i. 1 30 ,, ,, 3 00 a1 3 00 « .. .. .. ft ' . 43 w . 7 9 '8 .. 7 .. 8 . C3 «, 80 . 34 .. 0 . 8 ra . m 1 00 7 60 9 „ #, 3 SO . m 1 SO V 8 00 . 40 a . 84 . si a . 40 . b a 6 . «l a . ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Semi-Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 9 September 1871

^ RBV IITKBNAt TAI LAW. UF~ ,ive a nynopsls of the new ¡«iter " "fax** retatped «f« within quo . WECIAl TAXES. t abolish** all special taxes, except Jvuiewere' ami tliow on " distiller , "niiioJiKter or mixera of liquor , "pffjietall liquor dealer*, deulers in ¡«2 >ul< manufacturer* ol' tobaoeo. OS BALKS. . nibolinlie all taxes on stiles on and * 1H70, Imposed by tlio law now In * . ipt until tajee an are paid under tbo * act of J uly SU, 1M8, by," ataiups," aud ¿ wlm of " leaf tobaooo, manufactured ¿J, «nail, cigar*, foreign and domestic lltii spirit aud wlue ,"iinpo e<l by said SC1IF.UULE A. ,t|uu 3 abolishes, on and aftoi (,'ct, 1, ItjTO, e« 011 articles included in Kciieduln A, .0,, ran-luges, silver and gold plate, etc., rtbedIntlieannual Income return); also i «pedal tax on boat*. barges and flats, anil pe on juuceHslonsaud legados, on passport* ,1 gross receipts. " STAMI* TAXES. action ^ retains the "stamp" taxes now ¿Mild on articles In " Schedule B," except (Seou r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Semi-Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 9 September 1871

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