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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 22 August 1865

-a i 'Mm .• ♦*¡*1,"- -iviitj' ) Uie ity for life and f«wé L. thatth South /•** thfr tfcas rescued them jdespotisma that w« . from mobs and mobocracv, t were a ready'rope and convenient | to that they ; the government of their r speech, secur- We do not Wieve that irginian ibom, whoglo- ^rrr at >th« head of hi* «on* at r Mountain, thought that his sUccesa would degrade his native South, nor the 150,000 brave Southen i boys who bore arms in defence of the Union, did it to humiliate their section, but did so to rescue their homes from tyranny. Did Admiral Parragut after he had passed the terrible fire at Ports Jackson and St. Phillip fe^l that he was a degraded man. Did Andrew Johnson of Tennes- see, when he heard of the surrender of Bobart E. Lee bow his head in shame? He certainly is a MmJmíM IMRPHHH'' ■ The blood of thousands of Southern Union he- nm>*boMk fighting for Union and liberty cries out against the above paragraph, for they sacrificed t&dir lives as much for the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 22 August 1865

«IWATCHE8. OHE DAYS LATEE NEWS. "" Galveston, Aug. 21at. Wc have New Orlrans papera of August 180 . tju, following Telegrama axe copied from the the Timoe - \«w YolUt, Aug. 17tib.—English papers by the ClUnaare tilled with comments concerning the At- llu}f^s?coirceñt, Aug. 1C, via Aspay Bay, 17. <rhA British war steamer Terrible and tialatin, ur- ¿víaiSst. Johns, N. F., at 9 o'cloek to-night líe Great Ettotern returned to Suonon on the ^The Captain reports that the Cable parted on ond in 15)50 fathoms of water. It waa graj for three several times, and ra^ ^ fathoms re- ' ectiveiy. The guappling broke, but the cable re- mained unbroken. The Great Eastern returned for stronger and ^Chio hundted miles east of the break, where the water is only one hundred and fifty fathoms, the buoy rides well, being fastened with pieces of <son- a«nned cable. Nkw Yobk, Aug. 17, r. m,—Cotton more active. The closing quotations for Middling was 44c. Flour advanced 10 to 15 c. Whisky $2 20,. Wheat ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 22 August 1865

k ornei )MMIB8I0N MERCHANTS, office atHie place, forteorlr oc- roer of Tremont street nnd the cow [up lo 850 3 were some amount of ' reduce our [ ote- 40 lleoeipta PVPM Thaw u* soppliea of Cuba and the Louisiana product on the it tne demand is only in a retail way. the same as previously. Thfi careo of _ ífciag ^ood-ae, in cargo of . ™iRp* I hogsheads and tiercea—sold on private to beat 80c ^ gallon. • I'he demand is active, but the stock be- t the salea to-day are confined to 900 bbls., 1100 fine at 8 75. 100 uninspected anper- line at $9, 100 inspected do. at $8 25, 100, 100 and 150 choice superfine at $9 50, and 100 choioe extra at $12 bbL , a 0/lrt OoBJt—The sales wero 130 sacks yellow and 300 mixed at 91 V bushel. . Pons—33 bbla. mess sold in one lot at $33 bbl Nothing else reported. The receipts of the leading articles of produce $ r the week comprise 22,732 bales Cotton, 17 libdH. Tobaoco, 2050 bbla Pork, 424 bbla and 129 kegs Lard, 88 casks Bacon, 7955 bbls Flour, 261 bbls W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 23 August 1865

Wm. B. SORLKY, MMitiH fon and Mlíppiáv Merchant * AXU O0TTON FACTOR, SfftANU, GALVKSTON, IV Opposite Bulletin and Civiliar. Offices.-^® gUgld3m. • '' ! u;'.v' '• •" • . • A. M. LEA, So o k sell or and Stationer MASONIC BUILDING, ' Fast Office street, ufar frr&Uont (ía.veston, Texas, Kaepa on hand a ridUs#<jrtin«pt of every tiling Í* ^ line, iocludiPg Pianos, (¡luitara uud Music. WW/ ■ ' _ : ' IH* *ut8TOír' Ci 0. WltLI.S, CltAKI.BH VIDOll. WOfJTON, ÍIKLM A VUOK, 4 EN ERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Strand Galveston, WW<rc««iva pr>dijce for salí or rsipinont. Will execute orders for I'l i itatUmtaupplies, n lien sócoijpaufed.by cash or secured In- uonsigihuinit #. -produce. Instructions will be imbiroltly obeyed. Aaeoont sales promptly rendered. and proceeds of I lea always r<*a 'y when callud for. ju36-dtim BAL LI N¡U ER & J A 0 Attornkvs at Law, I J/t/;- í AH v \l • • ■ i i *. * í y ; , ¡Galveston, Texas. Igr At their old office, Fust Office Street. ;1lCmd , KONSVLM4K...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 23 August 1865

>, Uta! . inánabís. f f r:J >11 ■¡■i i - tlio *lrf>le country '^was'flp ródíJgutóeff. by'Hffi i>- ¿artof "Wetber;peopIe fdi* United Status, u jNKik «W0 * yt%i|isea Uaf the United.J¡ílte*>- I within the limón; and they may be df ÜA f^t*í{%ut not neeeesa- IUt «rüat ia State pobtioaUgr .. multitude of individué asaootaAed together. H12P§ * <*wátomt ■ a pao uwwk^wi Mi ¡üjt growing aut ot ^M^ ^iote .* r^1 iÉáit *^w iB-aiilé bf civil ottlduot} ptfscribed by $ TasaMkmmm^sei pg.ia.tluX Uim people; governdrs a watt ¡as goieroetf.— comíhOb consent, tbe United State lound I wereJdefcied by *P«titig ti w xm~r r-wrr tt¿ Aien. 1 Th¡o- Goaatitutian OÍ. tbe. y nA it; and tbé luwa •i ilk*¡bo giY«*to GWW Pov* L."' -MJ «.«ufomoaaors against tbe |te upon oessionist, as a August, •!«.« I (u^d i Souti , ™ £Sffií i Unionist as well as St to the South— -News, ít itb advocate nogr< _ express their opiu „ We would remind "the News, that it ought be extremely earaful how it bandies tbe ep...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 23 August 1865

#r> ^ TELEGRAPHIC. jjyai wf¡ ** ■ t! i* * •* ■ 0$t DAY I ATERI KEW8. Ug. 18 18Gó.-rj?otter'B substitute for jüoa ordiuauod, which duiiiee that -Pjjair hM b**" legally abolished, but racogriizea ^t^afaot U fcl the illegalacte and proclamations JTtive thttceto ait amended by proper tribunals, * wfcúrh also claims comp. nation for slaves a votc of 162 to 2a Proceedings of City Council. \Ksoux^a Mjuctinq, Aug. 21st, 18C5) Prosaatr-Hia Honor, the Mayor, and Alderman Bulkcner, Cromwin, Farish, J0Urdun, Kauder, Nitan, iiqybaud uiid iiliuckellord. Absent—Ahreus, Meuour aud Tiernau. A quorum being present; the lioard proceeded to transact business The absent Aldermen were fined lor non-attendance, ihe written communication of the Medical Aa- .«ójisc --> s(S * .M V.r^. mi < l slltiI llrriocher1 *w¿ .<WA ^(^ij^avidorroo, 99H¿d angl d< Frgm the N, O. Picayune.] Commercial and Financial. Jiaw Pst*^3 ' T^raday Even'g, Aug. 18. ¿The telegrams from New York quoting cotton iviit eteui...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 23 August 1865

- formerly oc- and the augl9dl*n Miff I ACO., FACTORS AND MERCHANTS, main street, ofuthm, ntae. Circular. ) For Sale. Owinjr to the de* h of the Sen'r Partner, Mr. Lota No. 12 and 13, Block $75, with í«hwcw m« A TJnpman.in 1863. the budínüssóf consisting olHouse with six rooms, kltckesTbZ; a. uippiuw cirttrn aud stable. Iuqulre t,t on«« - BWLN A KOI rKKIj, J. H. CARSTBN8 has gone into liquidation. ^ 4.,Li 4u. eugaMAwlm O. a, R«hrmaiiVUiUg <tuj# Delano*, from New Osiesna, c«. veseet will please call upon the lt« theif freight billa. Al. «ot wkion tli frelíht ia uot paid, ur which amy be left!? o InWn'fiiZZtlii tu~ whaif, willbe warehoused at the ««^naTa^uS OfBco corner Strund & ¿¿d ¡streets. o| ; ! i the Parana, in Oav* >t<>n, Aug. I, 1*05. 0&- Those indebted to the above firm are hereby earnestly enjoined to coine forward and u u#2 Id w if J. XAVVMiw. BTk*: BLAOOB & CJO., niiwy aamiT>nyTTj r- - —- — thJsHIPPINO ANJ) COMMON MÍECHAHT8. 1 "•"•'• ""iiaaiMil. t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 24 August 1865

WW issiou and Shipping Merchant AND COTTON FACTOR, Strand, Galveston, ¿siT Opposite. Uulíutiu luid Civilian Offices.-®® angMM* * "■ kr«:¡J A.M.LEA, ~ Book seller and S tatíóher ? ouilding, ' l'ust Office Btrcet, near Treraout (ialvepton, Texas, a fttli assortment of every thing iu hte'irnisdeluding Pianos , Guitars and Music. <Hg0*iy ' 'MJj john wolstÓn, c; a. wbm.s, ciubles vinoit, WOtSTON, W13 L tS & V| HO IS, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Straiul tittiveston. W'icccjve fViUuñ and othur produce for sale of lOiipmeyít AVf" |35£cl'^ ü,Jer* ÍV1' Wwitatjoii supplies, n Uen/ftjNlíluie.4"l)jt-qufi or atfcurc<J ln®ijpusiKninaut ¡produce. Instructions will bi^iniplicitly THURSIMV, AUGUST 24," 1865. ijífopnsigumeut . — Jioltlv obeyed. Account wales promptly rtudore#, und proceeds of " ?w DA L LING g R A: J A t K , Attorneys at Law, At • 1 It tirad Galveston, TfiXQS. their .old office, Post Office Street. ItONSULMANN & CO., B<>OT AND SHOEMAKERS, MARKET ST., NEAR TREMON'J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 24 August 1865

who imwiMffltiiif itfcMÉBNP • í J M ufficient "-. níli"; may not be out of place. were four millions of slaves, generally es- to be of tlie value of Two thousand mil- dollars, that is, on average of five hund • head—a high estimate ; but those could generally realize about that an increase of about two bund per cent upon the value of 1830. The num- her had quadrupled in fifty years. These slave* ned to the fifteen "Southern States," as called, the District of Columbia apd the . territories, \githin the same |pace resided eight millions of white Freemen and 250,000 free negroes. The remaining nineteen States, called the free States and Territories had in round num- bers twenty millions inhabitants, including a quarter of a million of free negroes. It will th^p be seen that the population of the Slave States wosdivided into three classes : White, 8,000,000 slaves 4,000,000, free blacks 250,000, making two thirds free and one third slaves. Those who now argue that we are utterly ruined...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 24 August 1865

mrop*. ¡i 13.-^The Üoraviá , from d, and Londpnderry 4th, érériing. Her dates ¿iré five fiouwly reoeiv^ „er8Ul uvlu New York, arrived on tlie 4th- w Pik'd The Government liad taken action ffeSk the contagion, if leíble. , ^ (j^veruorof Nova Scotia, híaceeSStfW Governorship of Hong Kong. PiivcE.--Tlie Moniteur, on the present posi ♦jJn of the Schleswifc-Holsteip question, says See continues to lxope that any arimgemeiitl íiíóf rimv be made will be in conformity with the í ítionul sentiments of tho people <?f the Duchies. xj e JJourse on the 2d was Tieavy ai^d lower.— lleutes fl52f.75o. Italy—There are rumora of an early interview between the King of Italy and the Pope. A cor- respondent flays itls igenerally believed such a per- Lmul interview will now take place before the evacuation of Koine by tho t'veiieh troops. SfAUi.—Thirty oaaon of cholera are reported at Yiáentia. Cholera has also appeared at Camp *' l^vo^pará-Bh bishops who protested against the recognition of Italy are ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 24 August 1865

had od- State with ability, i no doubt the great' Circular. Owing to tho death of the Sea'r Partuer, Mr. Lippoian.in 1 63, tbo buaiuesa of LH'PMAN k KOPPERL, 10 rone into liquidation. j The affaire oí the firm will be settled by the Mr. Ui \Vi • For Sale. Lota No. 13 and 13, Block W\, wiU improve * <ts£s*iSr¿!L«,gom"' k"ci" - ¿i Ó. A. BeiiiíittS'idrnSre. uig22d&wlm give e*pr®aa$on to surviving partner, Mf. M. Koppi-rl. £« liim in office. Tr.P1. will *. jggg¡g¡¿¿ . Vn aud now m Consuls at (galveston. is a list of the Foreign Consul* KOPPEHL, , „ „„w—. Delano, from New Oaleang .. sigmes, by above; vessel wrtll please call upoa the SI!" tar Brig-Be nj , gmes, by abo | dersigned and settle their freight bills. A designed and settle their freight Dili*. .\l, good* hi 1 An nidation wkic" lhe freií?,,t ,s uof P"id- or whifch may be left „? o. i the wharf, will b® warehoused at the expense and h u Office comer Strand A 2¿d ¡streets. of 0ünH¡g¿üe . 1 tük Galveston, Aug. 1, IB65. . uug...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 25 August 1865

. Wm. b. sorlky, mission and Shipping Merchant AKI> OOTTON FAUTOR, Strand, Galveston, Opposite Bulletin and Civilian Offlcea.-^a gUgld&lU A. m. lfca, Bookseller and Stationer, masonic building, Po„tOflico street, near Treiumit Texan, Koeiis en hand n full assortment °r 'very thing iu Hit) line, including Manos, Gustiirif and Mukic. «ug2i'iy • - JOHN W0L5T0N, C. a. WBLl.S, ClUitLBH víl OH. irOf. m WELLS A VI!>OB, general commission merchants, St/and 4«alvt'StOH. Wilt receive Cottym and other produce for sale or fhiitiiiciit. Will <>.\ecute orders for Plantation supplies, i\ lieu neeowipanicd by cash or socured'by consignment t. ¡pmlucb. Instructions will bo implicitly onó'yed. t\ ccoutit wiles promptly, ixudered. and proceeds of 3 [oi always r<>a '.y when culled for. jeiW-d<Sui " b a t t Fn g E r&~ .t a Ó ic 7" Attorneys at Law, Galveston, Tpxas. At their old office, Po*t Office Street. *i.U.VISSTOiV, FRIDAY, AlJGUjST 28, I8gg. UUIl'UU, 11 t-Omd KONSULMAN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 25 August 1865

the Government j E. MEBOUR, M. jtarf** -*>***''Bwuaso- C'**** 1Wl ««, before Court yeater-| STREETS, GIL VES TON. ip'a ut made «gains* him, „ w |;| #|#r# atH, f„r «•t./Ai80 i,rv ,.,¡nrin him with abusin0 ana ^ ,¡,¡s punU Huu . ) in part of; * í 25, 1865. — « ,, ni-tn-tttins her. She says he came home the other m Goremor Brown- ¡¡¡J* something about clcthes, while she Aiayor of txumu- *"« . w.i tli ir su nuera. and some ¿JMO pairs Ulsukct*. «,7.1 piece < T<-XM 1>H*1. 100 *1<I "i^tra du. Oo#e*. «mirar, haM*,^-- Ex. W. 8. Ilyor : / d.j Ki«neb wor 'j Chtn v J - Kiannel. • n#lk m é.tá'i the withdrawal went of military oourta. ■ dom and the justice of sustaiiuug Government, in their effort to re bv the sironír arm and «.ihoriUava >5SB nanimity oí 3 bdUtfalí uo ry power, were newr more •PP*^* V*"" ""7" ^."¿^ther with other eccentric tricks, obedience to the Government cannot w^won by «erformed at Mr. L-'s building. Laotta says 2.' kgscutN«¡' 81012.20 ¡ '/Combs, TkuiiWe , ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 25 August 1865

write* to us in illue IrarB 'r'' « i sa 1 of \lie' -of Oberlin, 'Ghi<>, lately wipoiiit- to his ?UH,2 to liuvti, ww, whife on his A man in Boston the other tiny bought a they mometor for twenty-five cents and before he reached home, it rose to ninety. CIÍ of the State Ha sells ifT^uuCoIiu from the bittuacu . Q3tw^| supplies. Ha sella íutCoucord, *« wMsayrbutwW the merchant ¿íbSto «hip it, he is met hy a man who claims 1 i.nTwneciia «went of the Government, who tie- •tJKgt the cotton must be held till proof is •nrJd that it never belonged to the Confederate p^ure t troubie and expense, the '¡S5*J 4. uecnflKoiy froof! aud tut- «nd« it to Hubiiie Pa,., ñ its way Naw Orleans. There it is seized Zúu by another special agent, and when the cer- iticrttcH are procured on which it was previously .«leased the* u'° pronounced informal und nisuf- üS wJd Jew proof is demanded. The diffi- culty of obtaining the required proof at this point L emit for the parties who raised the cotton live ¿...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 25 August 1865

■^|«Í which e Rev raziliun Bteamer w#iitft nade the *Thte it ', She sunk and every «nd compelí- ¿rirfn* cou-skle/ablv *'l*6thcr vamnmui|te or private .* Th.A - their fleet by ft [ JfÜlT to have i Stray of the * .Ja#n.« w¿rSe. tinilU of refore,. to Of Mid JLJL mwrv ing. Noth- valor of th« Fam- ed to conquer fell t«*B Roble, corn- the Salto, aud brother of hut he is UoHtnn I ! ICIrcMlar. TwS IMS. H Owing to the death of the Sen r Partner, Mr. being nade by A. Lippuian, in 1863, the lmwn*M of reiMv"Ked / iol?« °"? Í I.1PPM AN & KOPPKRU '"•treilT and ¿de hw gone iuto liquidation. j, The nflairs or the firm will he settled by the all* Ifrerfton* that each surviving partner, Mr. M. Jtppperl. Mr. U. W. ■—M«n committed lyr Tropp will sign bv proenratiun. ÍÍÜrStKt LI PCM AM £ KOl'PF.RL, For Bale. Lot* No. 12awl 13, Block.414. wiUtteBr.V¡Z'. cou*mihhi n| House with lis reo o) , kitclm®, ^ aod &tfble. augKd&wli Iuquire of , J. H. CABSTE** 0. A Wbaa'* anjsj r Vehicles. cari or carri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 26 August 1865

ILY UALVIÍSI'ON, SATURDAY, A Co„,, .l88i©nuuiypipi iniriIorcl Hut and cóton^factou, Strand, Galveston, as - Ounosito Bulletin and Civilian Offices. ftUgldStto. . ^ " A. M. Lm, V bookseller ^nd Stationer, MASONIC BUILDING, Post Offico street, near Treinont Gaivestosi, Texan, i Keen# < n han V# full assortment of every tiling in hi line, includlngTIauos, Guitars and Music. •ug2iiy^ ,y , "v' _____ jofcx wómos, c. o. wells, chaiikks vwor. WOL§'IO!V, WKLI.S At Vli OH, <?eneral commission merchants, Sti'aud Galveston, Will recfivo 6'ottou and other produce for sale or • Wuuient. mi ''XM.ute girders for Plantation Supplies, nüeiraceo;np:i)ii«'d "y cash or secured by,consignment e jproiince. Instructions will be implicitly obeyed. A u<n)tint sales promptly rcudered, aad proceed a of b 1«8 always reaiy inien calleiFf'or. jeiiO-U6m B ALLI *ü Ell. ft JA OK, Attorneys at Law, Galvesto n, Texas. k3f> At their old office, Post Oflico Street, -v I L-Cmtl KONSVLMANN & CO., BOOT ANI)...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 26 August 1865

0 PIN. however *?co. in the __ -- M t¿üTíl«fawo.** ttaculiero, Aug. 18.] uí Mkx —The enter piiB- M. Campbell and a number of gen- made a purchase of 20,000 aores of landTrom the Government, to nettle in the district of Cordova. The most fa- —— M. Campbell and a number ol ¡ ed with Mm, ,have made a pure) o| laudrroin the Góvernmen ivy nün yesterday, wttle in the district of Cordova. The moat - ' tn hiwe left early vorable conditions are extended toirfhe settlors, nnri >.« most reasonable terms reserved by the Ina! Government. , , , The settlers are allowed to introduce, freeo* duty, all implements, machinery, stock uid <nx- fOf On yestüBay a steamer supposed to be from New Orleans, arrived at the quarantine, the jJJJJj ^eislVy fc>rj£rryiwson'ti'eir agricultural officer wÉÉpievented from going to her by bad punmits. They are to be exempt lrom taxes and nr tfcrofnr* we have no news from her. i mili Un y service for a tenn of years, except in case r, the assump- weather, theref...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 26 August 1865

.vi" .. - - ton—Constitution, etc. rSEAMBIOi AKD rLATFORM. It '* * Hi t «üil CniOH Association of Gal ves- mittee to uuvu aaia organisations toroport weeklv " ta tins association by letter, theprouresauml STÍSÍSfr 1 «« *• - si¡¿mnpledge.to firm oursel imt c. It «W1 be at>'lt4 ''T"b _ do tb s 1nj| gree irin oursolvoamto a "body „lo4 "Tub •yai. Unxc n \ Kiumviov." Its object shall bo to«mtain the ^rnroent, «vnd Union under auy.uid all eircum- *"cu¡ "OMfruniri)undone (¿ntfilitfiot-fru)' MoUi\ jj No sectional feedings or prejudices «hall The depulind shall bef invariably hlion <rf Ihe Loyal Un~ Also that said as- guided by iusfruc- uciauon. I* M. HITCHCOCK, President J no. KIíEikpetiíb, Secretary. ,, Ño sectional feelings _ .Jav or deter us from the mi4nl> uanco of these fSnriole : "XoXorth.no South, m Rut, or I®" hut ono uttelfwded TIí We do farther pledge ourselves will ¿card with suspicion any attempt to mbv one section from auoth#, and that wo iii irtkftil means to frustrat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 26 August 1865

New York tied a lutcr's bull.1 the 'finil Hamilton linear relativo a'i" •)>* •• .v: I b#gtf i public gm .jiéut street, rliere lie oütrs fori GENERAL HKRCHA1 MM '■■■■■ «miltnn of *• ryO® d". *** ib?R^ÍK2 a mil ton or tty) waro> Crockcry and \V ooi'enwafe. ot Mnjor Gen, j ^ roce|vídt u Iarce supply of the si schooner Mary Msnkin Jpréet froitf U*w Y [Circular. Owing to the (ku h ofaUie Seu'r Partner, Mr. A. Linpamarin 18C3, the business of jjfl'PMAN & KOPPBBL, ^'IMtor'Th^-vUU^-et^ juration. Sealed Proposals for Fresh lieef OKKIUK IHjuuhasiSG C. £.. Galveston, Tends, Aug. 12, ig|."j Sealed Proposals, in duplicate, with n conrofJi- ilveitiswiucnt attached to eaoli, will U> r(V«¡Vfl,], ¡ríe , Hard- surviving partner, Mr.Til. Koppt'il. Mr sculptor, merchants . «,) and is the part of England., a puree of $600 its schooner Mary offend at re aso auglUd-wtf ible rites. above per York, and! H. MILLER. am| fifty liea a week ¡ttoírftlfcpluci'H W Brig n<*nj. Delano, from N^ Oalcans...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 28 August 1865

Wm, B. SOltLEYi /uttMiMioa and Shipping merchant ~ AND COTTON FACTOR. •Si-baud, Galveston, Opposite Bulletin and Civilian Offices.-^* tsgldaui. j ' A. M. LEA, fooksell^r and S-tationer MASO&IC BUILDING, Feet Office street, nesr Tremont Galteston, Texas, Keeus on b«ud ft full assortment of «-very thing ia W line, including fianos, Guitaif and Music. •MgíHy join wounox, c. a. wblls, cuarlks vfflbu. WOLSTORT, WELLS A VIOOR, HUNERAL commission merchants, Strand Galveston, Will receive (totteu and other produce for sale or iliipnient. Wlllfxccatf order for Plantation supplies, n ben accompanied by cash or secured by consignment t. jproduce. Instructions will be implicitly obeyed, ¿«count sales promptly rendered, and proceeds of a 1m always rea '.y ivli lieu oatled fur. je36-<lGm BALLING" ER & JA OK, Attorneys at Law, Galveston, Texas. At their old office,' Post Office Street. \\ L limd KONSVLHUNN & CO., * BUOT AND SHOE MAKERS, MARKET ST., NEAR TREMONT, (Formerly Akreu's Fu...

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