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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 22 August 1866

Jfp : S^ÜWIB TMM •* AfMCA. 1. th, London Ethnological L #*^1 interesting paper was read KM"* the well-known traveler on bo Nine Baetin," in which he ofthe native tribe iu the tí* "JSL with whom he «tul Mr . Luí Afc"'utttol during his MpUwotion Cw«* w 3 the Nile. H eontined huu- {*"«,£ „ dwcrlption ot thosetribes nW^to have been completely «hut I "PC® . history, having been barr- ages from the rest of P^S tk almost iutermiuublf marsh ktí tho White Nile winils its course. *ZtSW' the>' urc,with0?í u P* .if Supreme Being, nor,have Jhey Y^t idolatry or superstition. The 'W 1,. ivnivk'ed, apparently not kuow- E tíu «W up to tun age P ' ^^ entirely naked, utter which y jo areai 0f a few inches fV Th V we physically strong, ox- Ttall'ai«l muscular,. tUey build small congregate m villages, and ' «í'uvate a small amount of grain J! onlt¿e drier portions of their land, F'°! íotU uegro type, excepting the fit!, the forehead is rather low, the l^'the back of the akull heavy, but i? the jaw pr...

Publication Title: Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 22 August 1866

ém i a vkaaa. Arrfcdr.t- .V.to*ch1- ¿Ltf Tul - *"f "f^T^e ¿ -W '•• ^ " " rr" " hütta** kmkmgmt^ W tto* ¡xmanem ±9t £Tt*U* *m& 1 L Imr^rnl Hifto# i,-a*v. and h ¿l í Wtíi. U&t |0>A llAa4 é**ÍÜ* ^ ^ ^ - _ . lte. tnM 1 ttt j vm ^ ittTCÜl IB<- Id l*1 oí tin ta ilk <a&nt I ®" ^tk*l ",-T^SIESSi sBS^SSS-A tt)< 1*fr-'tf*""** J I :vi«!*'ÍCk £}•.« xliMU u. «ttMJM ti* tru« *•'• gear ¡vouj aí^wnálfj «i? íiíi.-e-tiauitiu. Lk JHfii. <«a i«o|iií iw&r vj^> un pnuw^iwnn' ^ * *" 3f ÍAlilfet hWl *K t *Cil.l OfcSfc- •-" nfcda. i«r ^aó«4, «*¡ ti lh* p^pat oí it u t ioo.«a. „ pvttflg. ■ t*ái wxbai&npat tí •■ortttrttciakt -fi-üe.*. ^ ÍSUflí SocrbOarcda* « *afo4 « h *_ j «<"' I k^'tf nothing ib ! hr would u,, WCllílH * hi* *- . i«rcui B. «w "T. ,'^.urJ t tilt he ¿- , Wq r!fw5Í¿í¿¡¡r«« l*^k T° -.«si oí tbí f<-uw- tK g5g^>^^gj±; j ■ -—eodof giviog i lio *, «■ «■ «3 te imI Ij }MMf«k- in vtenti ¡Ñus* - tw , owarwurk. nod daw* rma ¡ rewetai ; it te le-- «■* U. ¡«MBt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 22 August 1866

HI AlfllOKITl. STATUTES AT L.AKGIÍ fH 1 , |k(, i niird stale* til America, mused '•' LosS Session«" lito Thlrij•Srvcnih tun- KM« I HI *** Í^Antl bo it further enacted, That tho 8*0, mfty receive any obilileen at tho 10- Wrlt tho parents Of guardians, or next rVov'tbe mother, if tho father bo dead, or '"lúuicloned bis family, or does not provide i-uupoi't. 'S ftU brtbituui druukard; tfSESE e * *•£.£ „„ikin« ii written flOtlW' druukard 01 noxt friend, or surrender of such , Viiil bo it further unnoted; Thai tho shall not bo required to roooivo auy * law known to bo extremely vicious, nor wiu any who may prove incorrigible, or oontiuuouoo muy bo doomed injurious; * jthnno whom, any Ko of tlie trustees or Sr.mierintoiideut, if duly authorized by the 2!«1 shall refuse to roce vo or keen, shall ; JJaiipoHcrl of according to their alternate : W'O.' Ami be it further enacted, That .n„s committed us witnohHoH, and those I"r." >Jjü ngo of oighteeu year uommitted Í? tri il Slwil bo placed i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 22 August 1866

IIS:';' (MOiT Mn u in théa way, it will be ImMUm how aboot thie talk him. Efe NBÜed that it was all to " But," aúd L they mj they wiD pot jk* ©«C " They Y do it," said be: "my credential* are ■y pocket, and they are certified to just aa ottara are ifcotwr attemp t to pot me oat wffl hare hard wok of it; if they rule me omt, they will have to rale oat a majority of the Descents frota Ohio, all from Missouri. all from Kentucky tor of come their re* lotion ooold not men. bat vosul hare to afplAo lanaidnc I then told hint that I heard of a resolu- tion being WBMted in the Ohio delegation from Ohio should speak without the eooaroi of the majority of the delegates Be «aid he had heard of this ton, bat it would do to good; if be wanted to «peak he should ■peal, bat be did not come here to make ■peeehee. and probably should not hare trad to aay in ute Convention. Aa I left htm, be mid to me, '■ Yon I «81 be in the Convention, and that attempts to keep me oat will fail t Tbttc Batten stood i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 29 August 1866

mm tr+k i « IM | ** «d >H m m HHI MiDMwiaMMMi WEEKLY Hud MitJ BltU Qui lnflS urtinj IcDflfl t Sij 'Wrvl cripiij Ai1 '-I or I 1 rWH irf.f J, H iliiiilli'l Ipr* w w4 «dot'I VOL. IV. I T"1 — Buiinen Cardo. taA('KlBrORI>, BROWN * fO., COTTON AND WOOL FACTORS, é COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Straito, Galveston, Texas. ' KMpfCtfully Hollolt ft continuance of tbe patron* of the ol<l liou o and ! tbe publio generally. Oi'telMd' 3. 16W. . OOLUdwtiil 1-4 i. FKEBKBICH? COTTON FACTOR AND Oommiiiion Merchant, ilalvcslos. arttówlyU-2 II. BLUM < CO., • ¿successor to A. Blum i¿ llro.j Wholesale Dealer in |rJ (,wis Hoots and Shoes, Hals, Notions, Etc., Ktc. ■ Stroud, Galveston. (In'dwiTl l-4s Wood* Iron Front Buildinu M. KOPPBRL, (Late of Lippman & Kopperl,) vacto# and commission merchant Galtmton, Osttrmn'a Building, Strand, nov dwly3« LAHADIK * BAHNTOW■ importers Itnd Dealers in drugs and medicines, paints, oils, >vaenishes, colors, fire brick, GARDEN seeds, etc., ote., Corner of Market...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 29 August 1866

farther i will be Secretary ofWar. toMom. i.—The President ecUring Oat the heretofore «listed in an end, and to henceforth State as intheothetStatea Mid insurrection «u dectored it of April* 1* proclaims that the - M>d th*t mOW to the Kfc> Grande. >T THE CABLE. The Moniteur de Solr, it of the London _ i Times discover warlike inten i part of France, in thcpqrcbase i and saltpetre, «y « JW>h m hastened the oavaky re. a foreign Governmsnt haa lit over 30,000 horse In France. France l atatea these facta, goea on to «how the „ o intention of the Emperor. The beat informed persona think today, the 13th, that tho treaty of alliance which haa -been forwarded by Prussia to the German Governments with which ahe to on terma of friendship, haa been signed by a portion of than ana that the instrument wilt be com- I by the Ital- avfng for ita the Mato of plated JjMHHI are progressing rapidly. A committee haa been appointed in Berlin to report on the anltfect of the Frankfort levy and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 29 August 1866

' v;/,y hit on He ought to exereiie and TÜLEGR4-PHIC. . (T«sm Atsoeiatsd Presa Dlspatcbee.| Jacibon, (Evening,) Aug. 81. Ki* VoUi Aug. Slut—Noon.—Gold forty- #w0 and ftve^eigUts. Cotton quiet, thirty- fonr to tUiity-Hix. It# Wiwhiugtou rumor in revoked of ¡Stiui- 'juu Hii removul is probable.' Strong pres- nuro again"1 him. The MiMOuri Convention ^legation .urge *be appointment of Oouural Pnujk Blair, but Steudmnu will protiably be ¿i aucoossor. Hbw Obucan , August ¡ilst.—Twenty-eight jbolera deaths during tliu last twenty-four lour . A flftccu days' quwnntino has beeu cstub- liaUed at Mobile against all New Orleans vos- <els. _ „ D. Ff.ANEHV, Jackson, Aug. 22, a. m. Ubw Vobk, August 21st. — Gold forty-eight *ud one-eighth. Cotton sales, one thousand Middling Orleans thirty-four to thirty. •is. TliO call for the Soldiers und Sailors' Con- vention, who endorse the President's policy, tc moot at Cleveland, i signed by Frank Blgir, Bousseau, CunUu, JfeCool^ S|e idmtyi, Uereditli, l'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 29 August 1866

X •• HtmMtt d émmvm * CO. 99. m t -j • •,;• ; WÍ.S ';, JfiiU" m' have evil and om- and each needs the counter- and union, for tro© and tnoceoa. The real danger to civ- il North is the growing power of owutortd in few hands, and dy by men of high position rabble in «heir great cities, and the public life oí the nation, the old free State is rapidly eon- the cities aid large town*. Nearly oce-halftha population of Kerr York and one-third of Pennsylvania, New Jersey i HaanehnMtts, Connecticut and Bhode Island, is to-day gathered into a soore of cities, which are centres of sooial and political influence. Each one of them is undergoing a struggle for it* complete control by corporate and concen- trated wealth. A portion of the able rich men . of all these cities aim to govern the govern- ment by alliance with the ignorance, rice and nsedoíthew vast human hit *. These ven- erable commonwealths seem to be silently fell- ing into the control of this power, made up of the godless rich and t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 29 August 1866

^¡ipatcmb b¥ wail. n-jdw8 bt the cable. UKV1KW OFTHiU MARKUTS hi/' Ml TLOVB.— from WMklaiMa. •it «k ssffis ^SnSoo the President within the Inst Ave unci unanimously concur in the reoom- <WV ton made by the New Hampshire .lolo- "tSm to the Philadelphia Convention, that 1 tedeial offices be bestowed on oonserva- Sl Bennbliean* only. The democrats do not Í tor office, but request Mr. Johnson to re- rLv.uch officeholders as oppose the policy Administration, or abuse the President «¡¡Lilly; and it may be added that the de- P^SSire not applying for preference, and "^tnoM hare been appointed. fwrimt the rebellion the pay of privates was ¡■Strom eleven dollars to thirteen dollars ¡¡¿month, i\ud tho clothing allowance from D0T . 1 iiMai aiAttéll frn utv mam Stn dollars and fltt.v centi to six dollars per mtb the increus.: to continuo durlug the It ib now stilted in military circles thut in ni tuu failure of Oopgress to pro- jMtor a continuance of the enhnuoed pay i Smt of peace one offeot...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 29 August 1866

¡tica naed I he d i*«««d u ihf i Iktiik «puti it arrival al lt« point Mi *mi rem ón «abject lo kia I uw I* " utww , and MJf na- or«(fanriMb«ad tor oT. the product swt U k«pt mI all ti which it i Ik tas h paid nal— it ia ala«ker«aMiiqr,*Mw- «he panaMuf Mm Aiaewinrof «he K bowrer, before September 1, 1S66. 001- toa should be reres**! out oí the dwuict in within niuaty <Uj* i itraulad Uf t ; tu- c«*-on. _ • U,*>u ttoc arrival luí • uo.te - or. «ii.i irf tu# ta jal ta proper charges of ■■tu «oder hia m J Q8fti*oa.e. The collector iw- • UlM OcrtihcaU) I« luc> ; *bo aill tu reap "i (i. jr aa^atMUt añm-xw 4 • X W.U# | t.d, wli • -> • i >ud (i aouoiiui • Bl • produced without the pay m<-. «ktuMtbewg bonded, it wd. * uent of the Us of thr it of the tax, or to tlie payment pound by the holder thereof; wher- • it may be found; and in such case*, ■ay abould occur, au immediate assess ui- «hoaid bo made upon the bolder, and if the tax ia not paid npoa the deuiund of tile ft t- ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 29 August 1866

m . STATUTE AT LAHOE (a> im VBttf HMO America. pmm< MMtol «rtto Thirty-Hcfcalk Cat. , _ i ind be it farther enacted, That IfuMtHT of the N rjf shall appoint the rlüriníl olerks and other officers, to wit: fE!the office of tlie Secretary of the Navy, IRaA. who (hall receive a «alary of two fro handled dollar* per annum; at a «alary of eighteen hundred !._ who «hall alao be disbursing clerk with ' gt (wohundred dollars; five clerks with of sixteen hundred dallan each; three ¡Kith a salary of fourteen hundred dol- ".i. four clerks with a salary of twelve P"foiiiu««eaeh¡ one messenger at nine dallare per annum; one assistant ir at seven hundred dollars, and two at sis hundred dollars each per an. Rl the Bureau of Yards and Docks, .one ETuwineer, who shall receive a salary of AMiaad dollars; one chief olerk at ' jhnndred dollars; one clerk at sixteen " dollars; three clerks at fourteen j dollars each; ono draughtsman at i hundred dollars; one clerk at twelve Md dollars; one messeng...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 29 August 1866

WL m §¡2$ft Hif' the important que*- , not for the success th ■ view to adopt i Ha character, and to the country, invent among us. t t my own reflection* are if it is intended that tee the bonds of railroad i of •15,000 or lew per Jt linee, that penetrate HHRW I should Teeeive all-the ESS ta Of every that the Legialn- r the question, will give confl- the great object in time, gnard against applications of the "tcTurge upon the Legisla- év of trrñnütia inditfcrimin- ton. Ktach harm has al- j> this policy. I have be«n- .,, Mi much to blame for it as any one, experience has taught mo the folly of sqoh ►urse. Doubtless Some of the old compa- ly fór relief, and ask longer tine with previous requirements, any tier Une is W s rapidly h nowIT" much :hto and interests of ?SMrd t>y not bei ,ve iu good faith en- . their loads, • Mbend policy may relief, to protect the wkholders who have stock, but who have been excluded, able to be'present at the meet- iolders and directors when their to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 6 February 1867

Jlake'á WEEKLY VOL. IV. galveston, wednesday morning, february 6, 1867. no. 49. ielegraphic (Associated J'rcii*.] i,, Orleans, Feb. l.~Cottou went nuil JLt—sales ¿3CK bales— Low Middling 30io.; (tadJins 3X¿c. Receipts of the week 11,050 uoiiiuHt 30,7"jó for the «amo period lust f Exports for the week 23,313 bules. RSekonhahd 951,727 bulen. Sugar droop- IZ, lair 12|c. Molas*™ lower, fair 73c.; I i®#' j- nt<a<i a Flour ífcie (o choleo 74©$lc. Flour quiet \a unchanged. Corn quiet at álÍQ(S> ¡15 Oats, little offering, tit 90e. Hay '.eftt $33(5)885. Fork Arm aiul higher at "V¡„ Bacou in fair demand. Shoulders 12Jo. tíles ló@18c. Lard dull at 1:1(0, Ho. Whisky ¡¡Si Tobacco unchanged. Gold 135J. Ster- ,ina 4(j. New York Exchange ¿ discount, fcfiohts uu cotton to New York I cent by Zm Liverpool id. Havre 1 >c. vEvr y(ii;K, rub. 1. -Flour dull aud droup- ..-.wheat dull and drooping; corn heavy! "V j,,n ; rye dull and drooping ; oats dull „„j heilvy ; polk heavy ; mess ?20 31 ; ol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 6 February 1867

WEE *. ruKL PI/ILOIHEO II Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin. WEDNESDAY', FEBRUARY 0, 1SC7. PARI tlMITSMATIOS. Hi the attribute of political partías " tu bu t up." They are continual!/ changing. JViHtirinns are forever forming new ooinblna- Uooa. The old addage, •'politic* make* «trauge bed-fellows,M U subject to oontinual verification. The fritada of yeirterday are «nemie to-day,and the oo-opcratowjof to-day will be antagouUtx to-morrow. Thi* is one of the blessing* of • Divine, or of a political Providence, which make* party a tool for the acoompliahment of ita great ends, and then oontemptttonaly deatroys the machinery with which it worked. Were politioal parties per- manent institntiona, they would beoome engines of monstrona corruption. Ont „f the rebellion of the Southern «tales, there arose a great party—a pm$y well nigh omnipotent, whieh prosecuted the war, with a vigor befor unknown. Since the war, Out party has been engaged in efforts at re- oonstructiug the Southern States...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 6 February 1867

Card*. J. BUIli 4i w ., afGalvestou aud Houston, Teisa.; IVIIULWAI.K WALKS* IN BOOTS St, 8HOKH, 53 Harrrs Mrert, .«few York. Lm «instan '}' ou baud u s,wk suiiuldc /or ill" Toxis Market, and aolluit the jistrouageof our Ten Mead*. llnrdfi" >uae«uUjr attended to. J. BLUM & CO. n*'yft f. l. HKINNVKK ti CO., iorowit,Mlon Merohtml . 20 Owia Pía, Havana. |t>*Ul i'! "'1 oidor from our A lenda in To*as, VKb,tapies ns the Hayu^a tfarket offer-. It Is I keep ourselves In tlm trad with O. I,. UKISSKICIC i CO. n t rjiidwtn«« H. BUM & CO., (Sucfessor to A. lilum & 11.10..) Wholesale Dealer In L««<s Boot and shoiK, lla k. .Notion , Klc„ tic. Strand, Galveston, | jwTdiriyl I-3h Wooils li ou Front Untitling. LAKADIB ii HAI(sTOW. Importers and Dealer* In IbKHUB A* I) MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, COLORS, KIRK I1RICK GARDEN SEKDS, etc.. eto.. I iner of Market and J-Jnd Stn., I jiftfwtfl !•«* Galveston, Texas 111. oswai.ll. IlIUXKt. Ollresto'i. f. OSWALD I CO., RECEIVING FO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 6 February 1867

Bulletin. r WEEKLY BULLETIN. 1KB V V. mKK * Co. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 6, 18*7. snowa aüMMARY. D*rsm •atwai* This to SB tamw «tot ÜM preceding ¿ft *rsu vessels. mll.lt 4Hj.«2l tonase* lirttii, slid w ttwl wltt 334 km imm|« outward. Ob Chri'tmss n< Ike Kin* sf PiwU sddrwed Colonel Walker, (to mlllUry MaWr rftk British CmUaay, aa aatoomph tot tor, his for of lfcs asm- wltktt Ctownl'rínoe, an.1 regrt<M nf tkat ft rola of the Brittah service did aot permit of hia *rder*f knlfbtkood aa a fiuiac and will-merited acknowledgment Weandeiwtoad. «y. Uw <Juka Repnblicaa, that «M# troMt hev* bees ordered to sarvtoe 00 Plana and aa the mvanUlns. Th* «rat install to new b jarinird. -ssasvasjsssr^r is ; £ U? in'/toí wan mm Mr Old JUekwf tkair bora promt ! part I despotism lar more terrible than th t ' and doom tbe white loyalist* to doitiliotion "'7 th*T ha*« * ^ 1 ami persecution. There 1 no law for the Dawn in Mas^cha*'" ^hülJinr^V0* | white bynlist or for the colored mftn.uow: custom. ^ * ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 6 February 1867

local Jntflligence —We ave informed that two white „e(j|wt evening, about 8o'clock, at tuc 2 of Mr. Johu Chambaril, a flaherintiu, "iiiJM 80iue wi* mileH down t'ltf l"'aiid. , r,0t4 drink of water, aud inijtiired tlu> Lm- to neighboring house. Mrs. bard showed them to the «ate, when fc«r bu'band and a hired man named tete set upon, bent and cut, and Mrs*, ubard half drowned iu u neighboring Lj, Fro® all that we oan loaru, thu uttaok Ue of pore wautpuness. Ljkptkd buitui'auv,—A third uusuccchk- npt was made last night to rob the " ¡jeii of Mr. Reynu'rtihoffer, a gentleman ia the 1st Ward. The robber eu- j the room of Mr. Heyinorshoffer's son, .(«us of a ladder. The young gentleman (e and the rascal fled. ■jiTCBU.iy Night.— Saturday night ia goner- " high old night." People go around jig and making a disturbance generally, tea o'clock u cutting affray occurred jthe corner of 20th and Murtket street— ¿Finnegan, a rather auspicious personage, (Ht, it iü feared mortally. Willain Grif....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 6 February 1867

lí Flake's (jal vest on Weekly Bullotil IKJUA-KJCH Mt itutumr wmw* TtKOTT« l«rtn. " ' The time for the acceptance or rejection of TV w l?l>r I V 1> I ' I T VVI V WbM1 tb* war raged | We We been k*g "u • tb." City Charter lias been fixed, an.'. tt>« Char- WKIjKLY It' ' l<l itv * ' ' with HhppHii violence, •• of Texas took j ly provok.ed.ot we aho«M j°«S «8® ■* .^a r... >k information of our bat little put in the ««bat. Wa ■JwirtSk'* «««•««talU- We Uve been \ong «m^nUR and are no e*si- Ur we U.o«W "«Liment of ¡ tar u pubUabed fur .he "0t ,00nr tod,«^A^trCLMh Í citizens. It in ... voluminous that it;« «UO- frUMM. WBUMIKD it P ntxr. * co. veai lovar uni^WKV" •* — — w . . the ciiraaiference of the battle-field and did that braaeh ol the W«t ra j cult'o^íonu an opiuiou of it a* a whole. WEDNESDAY, FKW'ABY 6, I*««. ¡ not participate in the action. The New Or- i Iran* agent, who farniUted as the news. went < over to Mr. Craig. We received hi* diapatrhee Mr. Hneaton, the Ne...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 6 February 1867

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Publication Title: Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 6 February 1867

8 it C , V« authorize anil proi+Ie tor the nitulrwliM of «mj?*l,ltaí ,t Military aud a Puttul Hoadfnm (inlr**l"« in the State vf Tua . to fbrt «*« <, 4h the Indian Territory, u>lth a Brtnch to LUtk Rock, In Arkuimai. Section I. Be ¡I enacted *f the Senate ami Haunt of Hrpreeenlalieet <f the United State i/i OiHi/rea* (UMMtilcd. Tbat Jk«mo HherwooU. Eliaha M. Pea e, Andre <1. HmiiUob, J«n « !L Bell. Chauucey B. Mabin, George \\ Paschal. Edmund J. Dnfa> William Alexander, WiUiiw E. Joño , Robert Taylor, William H. (toddard. Joaepb 8. Seodley, JolinL. Sloight, M HRohSock, William B. Coffee, Jes e Stance), Loren Kent, Alber. Ball, George W. Grorer, Andre * P. Wyile, A. J. Bennett, Albert H. Latimer Calv.rt Col ". °- C' liinkley, George W. Sink , (and others,) of Texas; , (and other , > of Kan **;, (and o her ,) of Arkansas; Henry T. Blow, Charle E. Mots , Irwin Z. Smith, Da-rnl White, ('barloa H. Howland, Emil Pretorius, Alfred Clapp, (and other ,) of Mi swan:-—, (and ...

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