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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Galveston Bulletin — 29 December 1865

fíl4Huai< QPAW""* -111 the dosing *0] R ifM I (bA " ft another item of our theatre. of this effect was adjudicated jnd the previoua day, by Jus- There were two or more matter of convenience, we B8atl dur. ok, HAKE'S DAILY GALVESTON BULLETIN. STEAMBOATS. For Sale, A two-story HOUSE and two lots vnnn¡~ atKemting's Grocery near Church street. , «01 in one. So for M we can un- [22 , Wtimo 7. Ü" difflc"i7 °^n- Com both claimed it as being within i^itfpectire spheres. Which was right we K£i. and probably could not under- EdL if it wm explained, for we are not Kin the differences between the duties Km "J 404 Bot * I® jif gates assaulted Mrs. Melmer IJTmw. Ooss, calling them ugly names. i their husbands resented tjie insult ifc Keitsch appeared as a peacemaker, and I tott parties appeared before Justice Mason, [^boond Mr. Bates over to appear, and held j, Cobs in peace bonds. focor Picking.—We have some adroit gen- i with light fingers around—one of them „_ned an old gentleman's coat and...

Publication Title: Flake's Daily Galveston Bulletin
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Galveston Bulletin — 29 December 1865

O Jurt from i\ew Torin Now landing from steamship "Wilmington'', and to arrive^>er barque "Suncho Pauzo" (now due) froin «ew Tfor¿,'tíi¿ "most varied and com- plete assortment of STAPLE GROCERIES, ,«#* PAKGY GROCERIES, PLOWS, NAILS, ETC., ETC. ETC. ETC.,, ever brought to this market, consisting in part oí the íólíowing articles : 75 bags prime Rio Coffee, 50 bags prime Java Coffee, (in pockets,) 10 tierces Carolina Rice, StfbartelB orushed and Powtteied- Sug'afo 70 barrels and half bun-els Coffee Sugars, t 40 puckages green and bluck Teas, ** MPVUMMutf1 IMf btotelte refined; Syrup; 40 boxes Candies, 4 :t£1 60 boxes Soap, ussorted, 40 boxes Buckwheat, 40 cases Oysters and Sardines, 250 packages* Mackerel, ¿odfish,' Haddock and Honing, 250 cases Can Fruits, Meats, Extracts, Pre- serves, Vegetables, Jellies and Jams, 30 boxes Virginia Pressed Tobacc<j>, Also, a large lot fine cut Chewing ToJ>aoe6, , ing Tobacco, 20 firkins selected Goshen Butter, 30 boxes Goshen Cheese, ' 5...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Galveston Bulletin — 29 December 1865

fp * Yon '«tttli ice, o ÍCY li4 ÍTKRSi *res iptio 'KOTY slunl of vari Hon. ntefs al >tah,l uotl of til LER, rk, nhln ir, V and fcy git SaíJ all f Grist I kind ( uiagMal 'orles; ( Drills, | UCtiOD I Tting fogs h* 'Mer r,J k g ngJ Sawl.. Belt ú' Jfs BULLETP, .Rich iW «' ,.fl_ House of Assembly, some quite a spirited debate on Sbit the use of Qoops and enno- í^ lbvMr. Aikens. . • ft8 au ardent adnnrerof ííflflhood. He was born with jwna all unconscious of the fate in Later in life .he swallowed a ^d in a hooping oough and w the sight of an empty hogshead rKcnompKd'"that it was impos ftwse a wife since her detects were ' n by hoops and enveloped by enno- y-Order. m—Mr. Speiiker— . . ™The honorable gentleman is out ¿own-But, Mr. Speaker, the naked- iker—Hold your tongue, sir. Rmto—The naked— w-TInon mv soul, Brown, silence, or FLAKE'S DAILY GALVESTON BCLLE1US. COffllI§§IOIV, COllISilOW, == C.OTTOV TOR M. E OP PERL, IMPORTER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, Galveston, Oder/mil's Building, Stra...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Galveston Bulletin — 29 December 1865

;4l: " , i i FLAKES DAILY GALVESTON BULLETIN. BY -AUTHORITY. THE STATUTES AT URGE And Treaties of (he United state* or America, passed At the Second Session or the- Thirty.Eighth Cob- gmSS,1M4*IMS. Paused at the $eaml suasion, which únis begun and holden at (he City of Washington, in th« District of' Culumbia, on Monday, the fifth day qf December, A. D. 1881, undented Saturday, in* fourth day of March, A. D. 1866. ¡_ ("hap. XlH.-i-i4n Ad to amend an Act entitled "An Act for the Punishment of Crimes in the DMrictof Columbia," ajtprored March sectrn^ eighteen hundred aw1 thirty-three. Be it enacted bv the Semite ami House of Representatives.of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the second sec- tion of an act entitled "An act for the punish- ment of orimes in the District of Columbia," approved March second, eighteen hundred and thirty-one, be* and the same is hereby, amend- de so as to read as follows; That every person duly convicted of manslaughter, or of any a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Galveston Bulletin — 30 December 1865

•¿m IgaflMRÉlNPMMMMMIMM ■3SÜ¿ -r- ' $$$•/ ; V- KKflfci ■illlTWMWII ''-•^vmmhhhi mgINE8S CARDS WREDE A K0N811MAJÍ, Boot and Shoe Maker , William Tell Hotel, Market Street, • Galveston, Texas. J. BUM * CO.. (Formerly of Galveston and Houston, Texas.) WHOLESALE DEALERS IN BOOTS & SHOES, 55 Warren Street, New York. 7e keep constantly on hand a fall Stock suitable for the Texas Market, and solicit the patronage of our Texps friend*. All orders punctually attended to. GALVESTON, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 30, 1865. JESSE 8TANCEL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Galveston, Texas. Office in front of Post-Office. Prompt attention to business. sepSdwlyl l-2s srwroHisMEis; A T T O R N K Y-A T-L A W, Austin, Texas. jy*25d6ml 1-ás W. E. TOBBEBT, Galveston. dec6d*wly3s J. BLUM St CO. W. A. HERMITAGE, ,w.:fN k-t' '■ 'i Ink, 8i«i. Ornamental and Steamboat Painters 8Mb St., between the Market and Custom House, Galveston, Texas. «5gss& s^- rTft'Mrft"" Real Estate Agent-Intelligence Officer, Corner 19...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Galveston Bulletin — 30 December 1865

- ••"•ft " ' i •'Aíí;^. ■ . "V. , . FLAKE'S DAILY (GALVESTON BULLETIN ii¿ áBSTái- i ?$&■ volving a loss of about 1300,000. The follow- is a partial list of the steamers sunk : The valued at «35,000; the Bosettie, «20,000; the Calypso, $35,000; the Highlander, heavily laden, «30,000 — cargo valued at «25,0007-both fully insured; the Omaha, — valued at «45,000; and the Admiral, value not ipers received by y eater- ascertained. Besides these steamers, which are a total loss, some half doaen are badly damaged, and several barges and wharf boats, ■ From file# of lite . . day's steamer, we gléañ the following ; TP WUPiOH MPqaTJCK SCAMP. ,, M I WA.SHINOTON, Dec. 11.—It is given out that laden with Government grain, were crushed M. Moutholon, the French Minister, has be- come quite alarmed respecting the answer of Mr. Seward to the Emperor's letter asking for the recognition of Maximilian as the Govern- ment ofMexico, and as much so with refer- ence to the resolutions latelv introduced ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Galveston Bulletin — 30 December 1865

I MMW wnwm ;E'S BULLETIN. ¡o'TW**9 Tinwa haaaolearapptada. /¿wkatistoeomotatlMfat ™. thfoogl ?¡iton or tí ftaafctoa* awl Oongws* H oíofU< ooatempomiaa, and «4 IM 5#<rf ^"g political article, foreshadows «ft* jSJSititutfon, although ttia nnd^bted- bimhnoed within its permissions. Bat he igSSSS gS& gggS: ^vri&rrrJS^E ss^S5g conditions, how u he to avoid the falflllment of these engagements? And when they are fattlkd, what remain# for Congress or any- boárelse to do, at all essential to the restora- tion of these States, to their former «tatúa in the Union? Oke the ease of North Carolina as an il- lutntion. She hasdeolared the act of seces- ión to have been nnU and veid from the winning, thus abandoning the heresy of aft s? i£: as: and her Legislature has now, by an almost unanimous vote, ratified the Constitutional y, and author- render the the three FLAKES DAILY Il not, 'the V*V«WWt> a sensible declínela «{«to! SSECF5?^ ¡3¡¡ itttittud by we speculator and *"inintf^«i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Galveston Bulletin — 30 December 1865

FLAKE'S DAILY GALVESTON BULLETIN. mm——«M ' ' . . i ptBuimi o O 11 r F. WUAXJL * : «al * * *> I r i 8ALVRÍT0N: WWW «PSft.**- Sherwood, Oeiieral Pine street, INew Y IT Mewn „ ion are our duly authprized awnta lor Sun ntonio—for the -•■TOft" % wW« a* the Bulletin. r.otwVkW ^nnounoements of Osnd^^eis. «HtaMlie friend, St*«c«l will ▼ote f or him, on thi 8th oi January next, to re- present 0*1 veston County in the Reconstruction Convention. ¿BT* We áre attthóMéá'lo announce A. P. McCORMICK, Esq., of Brazoria county, as candidate for Delegate to the State Conven- tion for the foouñtiew of Bwaoria and Galves- ton. Election on Janury 8th. PUB KB* ABti^ttEM8. Philadelphia coal, by McMahan & GUbert. ' Aug. 8a?helW« *ill won raopon hU music «tore. h See Poatattae box M ta. . .. -j .* Bark 1toy Belle Botarte to up fer Mverpool "*d"4U° The Bapidan saito for Xew Orleans on Wedneeday • « ' ' '• •'* ' 1 ■! «i "*!' U I J, „ , m . , 0 ■ J, To-day will be resumed the publication of the I German ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Galveston Bulletin — 30 December 1865

FLAKE'S DAILY (¿ALVES' | dearth ofl ~<2£ZZ4 whether he had ¡totolL fcrWi^sni uttwObniiserB. I 4a1Um flfrilifli fa the flghtB HotB With! • morder, Galvmto*, j, Dec. 39th. Ow Hurket opened flnuoa fcktmday, aud hM continued stiff during the week. The demand has been lively—mora so than usual, larger but for the limited stock offering. The celebra. *>mewhak onnuiea operations, on the evening of d y news was received from New Orleans/rZ Porting • éMMí x# from one to Wb iS pe, KüWMMWfeSCS ket flim, at 60o., while the quotations of the show a slight improvement*- mirMifag W. -MM*^h.li|b*ta8 qa0tod 52°' NeW 0rleM1S ft°" Ot '"í???!!;report > tumour o&r- rent on the flags of Carondelet that later, and decidedly more favorable accounts, had been reoeived from New York and Liverpool, though it was not generally believed, as the telegraph lines were not in working order beyond Jack- son, Miss., though it was not without influ- ence, móíe especially in making factors moré «anoten* to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Galveston Bulletin — 30 December 1865

/< t í ■ VI /JLi ü MMM IHH ni;, * mxlhlH „t . 4l vt o ct o a . .irwU triw NÉK^il IPÉteíS V«rk I (1 "Wilmington1 >( dr ► «A# flnw^váifr Vil'Mtf 3tit ftMxü "Wtiíí ' EX€1A1V«E man; FJ ixriiMi* t Cheeks for GOLD or CUBIBNOT **setoa* «Mi dUOMEB 75 ■ -.: FLOWS, NAILS, ETC., : ' -aro. «ira rao! tfatX JC X fA - ' -"."l «y - í it ífli > Bio Coffee, i Java Coffee, (in pockets,) mee, 30 barrels crashed and Powdered Sugar, 70 barrels and hall barrels Coffee Sugars, 40 packages green and black Teas, 30 barrels and half barrels refined Syrup, 40 boxes Candies, . ^*11: 50 boxes Soap, assorted, 40 boxes Buckwheat, 40 cases Oysters and Sardines, 5160 package* Mackerel, Codfish, Haddock and Herring, % J 250 cases Can Fruits, Meats, Extraots, Pie- serves, Vegetables, Jellies and Jams, 30 boxes Virginia Pressed Tobacco. NBWYOBK •rHIWOBLIAini .t'JlTOE ootlldtfl l«fls J. a 1*0 The Jtastow days, par Brig "CaroMaa," fren WitWUli 331 FACKAGffcs OT avjteu *mT .uxkJ&í S5i *2muI u t Ét &0QÍ8 A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Galveston Bulletin — 30 December 1865

PAIL Y GALVESTON BU bin. waterfalls, Cübw, b*pnt,t>.a. bbaids, and «Bdttftl diminution ot "Win several months «orne persons to indicate there ore still many the strong a^ j in its defence is, that th* r bonnet requires the dress- - the waterfall plan, in r «; and a less effective ive statement is, that fashion Wl„. IMPORTER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, Galveston, # Ontenmn'a Building, Strand, Always on hand a large assorted stock of Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods. uov39dwly3s mubbai anfcphe#, COMMISSION <& QUIPPING MERCHANTS, and Agents for Murray's line of Galveston Packet , Ne. 63 South Street, N. Y. Consignments of Cotton, Wool and Hides will re- ^®2M*Íffi%SÍSl£"1*S3i552 0tber accepted styles of ?, some of them of excellent ilrf the most varied tastes may I gave one respectrthe extra- ¡ hair is not diminished. * "ñ¡r WÍABING the haib. PtLhgtonding the repeated as- rwere "going out," have not Li The huge plain bundle í no longer worn. The water- ier are smaller and of more g...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Galveston Bulletin — 30 December 1865

WMm F* vfc¡ ■ , mi IIJ H Y. i ÉÉr.'iV JÁii. 1M¿ FLAKE'S DAILY GALVESTON ñ , •mmmmwnmnmmhí IT AUTHORITY. THE t For payment to letter earners, four hundred j thousand dolían. For wrapping paper, seventy-five thousand dollars. For twine, seventeen thousand dollars. For office stamps, six thousand dollars. For letter balances, two thousand five hun dred dollars. For compensation to blank agents and as sistants, seven thousand dollars. For office furniture, two thousand dollars. For advertising, sixty-eight thousand dol- lars. For postage stamps and stamped envelopes, two hundred and fifty thousand dollars. For mail depredations and special agents, seventy thousand dollars. ¿ For mail-bags, sixty thousand dollars. For moil locks and keys, eight thousand dollars. For payment of balances due to foreign countries, three hundred and fifty thousand dollars. For miscellaneous vavments. two hundred and fifty thousaiffi d or fo: I^RA^E MISCEIXAIVEOITS THAYER * NOTES' dry GOO hun- STATUTES AT LAM...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Galveston Bulletin — 31 December 1865

^¡Jíjgs CARDS. A HEDI 4i0n8ijlman, #nd Shoe Makers, ¡ fjiiím TeB Hotel, Market Street, Galveston, Texas. MW™* at New Orleans prices. uM JB8BE 8TANCEL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Galveston, Texas. Office in front of Post-Office. Prompt attention to business dwlyl l'Ss DAILY ■«¡ft ■ © <> GALVESTON, SUNDAY. DECEMBER 31, 1865. j, BUM t CO., l of Galveston and Houston, Texas.) WHOLESALE DEA LEUS IN BOOTS <SC SHOES, jjfirwB Street, New l'ork. -«Mtantly ou hand a full Stock suitable l^lie TeiM Market, and solicit the patronage of our Texas friends. t punctually attended to. J. BLUM & CO. rty> ■ ' W, A, HERMITAGE, lip, ornamental and Steamboat Painters| L between the Market and Custom House, Galveston. Texas. !, Papering, Carriage Painting, &c., Signs | , neat, quick and cheap. F. W. CHANDLER, ATTORNEY-AT-L A W, Austin, Texas. jyasdCml l-2s the anchorage, (Corner of Centre and Strand Street,) * & a00"- LriMr. V. Where will be found, at all times, the most «bolee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Galveston Bulletin — 31 December 1865

FLAKE'S DAILY GALVESTON BULLETIN FLAKE'S AN 0! IfMH. In the New Englander for August, 1862, Dr. Bacon pronounces the following exquisite lymn, "unsurpassed in the English or any •ther language," and adds, that "perhaps it is as near perfection as any uninspired language can be. It is usually ascribed to Hillhouse, the poet, i.e., James A. Hillhouse, but accord- ing to Dr. Bacon, it was written by his younger brother, Augustus L. Hillhouse, who died near Paris, in March, 1859: Trembling before thine awful throne, O Lord I in dust my alna I own; Justice and mercy for my life Contendí Oh I Bmlle andbeal the strife. The Saviour smiles upon my soul I Now tides of hope tumultuous roll— llis voice proclaims my pardon found, Seraphio transport wings the sound. Earth has a Joy unknown in Heaven-* The new-born peace of sins forgiven I Tears of suoli ueep and pure delight, Ye angels! never dimmed your sight. Ye saw of old on chaos rise The beauteous pillars of the skies; Ye know where morn exu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Galveston Bulletin — 31 December 1865

KE'S BULLETIN. FLAKE'S DAILY GALVESTON BULLETIN N. Y. State Center and Chairman of the Con- Ir nor8? ft ?sfc °* members, the course of Mr. 9 Mahoney is fully endorsed. UÍTTKB FROM NEW YOBB. Hlorc About the Fenians. (Correspondence of Flake* Bulletin.) New Yobk, Monday, Dec. 11, 1865. important episode in the history of the nafr fortmnigbt is presented in the disaffec- or diBsentions prevailing among the Sua of this section. In addition to the STtely published by Col. O'Mahoney, «Wch I transmitted in my last communication, S indignant functionary subsequently is- Zi the following circular, which was posted ¡Hi* headquarters of the brotherhood, pn Onion Square: ^ ^ ^ ^ offlc^ci' the hea^uarters of &e Fenian 'Brotherhood as well as the ene- mies of the Fenian Brotherhood from its im- mediate valuables, the following persona are excluded for perfidy until farther notice. By order. John O'Mahonev, President F. B. lie names of the parties thus excluded, ■a thev appear npon the poster,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Galveston Bulletin — 31 December 1865

¡TA-. 0?wW"-!h wfif- '• ■ ' . . < - v5¿; , . , • ' • « FLAKE ;v.S. BINKER. Pt:niasi5En by p. fljusIü « co. GALVESTON: Sunday Morning, Dec. 31. General Amenta—Scott R. Sherwooá, Esq , W Pine st.re.-t, Room 37, New york city, ,is the General Agent of this Journal for the citiea of «ew York, Boston, Philadelphia and Baltimore . «T Messrs. Hertzberg & Simon , are our duly authorised agents for 8an Antomo-for the Union " as wel' as the Bulletin. Announcements of Candidates. IBT The friends of Col. Jesse Itantel will vote f or him, on tha 8th of January next, to re- «resent Galveston County in the lie constr uction onvention. W.e authorized to annoimceA P. McCORMICK, Esq., of Brazoria county, as candidate for Delegate to the State Cow tion for the Counties of Brazoria and Gal ton. Election on Janury 8th. •V SUNDAY PAPER. We are pleased with the appearance pro* eented by the Buixetin of thin mominfl. . It contains a large and varied selection of rend- ing .suited to all classes of p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Galveston Bulletin — 31 December 1865

FLAKE'S LOCAL NEWS. .\l -The 2frth of December was * : of tbe death of Thomas AKbbiibopofCanterbury, whowa. «lile offlci«tiu« t the altar. He la a martyr by the Cathoho 1 the I ittdi 1 the I which always commemorates the day ttatin* Like most ecclesiastios of his kfliras a distinguished politician^ His 'i «as a State rather than a religious • CuircL c* Fire.—The L^cal cannot ifooonpy Uttle space than by cautioning Lot to be ca/eful of fire. Be careful rtiniy, there are always causes enough Itiu récorring—defective flues and oare- , Dinahs, fire-crackers and sky rockets, ¡¡notpleasant to come down stairs on a ¿December night, with the baby on one jtyoong "hopeful" by the hand, „_bwife and other "hopefuls" follow t^iU «lad like Banyan's saints, in while Therefore, we say, be carefhl. j GnrnxMBf.—We see daily upon the ^ a score of well dressed young men, who i fike the llllies of the valley, they toil not, do they spin. Their hands are soft dfiae. Their persons fragrant with the per- l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Galveston Bulletin — 31 December 1865

6 FLAKE'S DAILY GALVESTON BULLETIN. / KEW8 BBETITIE8. Clubs, designed to agitate in favor oí an nexation to the United States, are being or- ganized all over lower Canada. Lieut-OoL Meyer, formerly of the Con- federate army, has been made a General in the Mexican Liberal army. The Mexican State of Sinaloa has been evacuated by the Imperialists and occupied by the Liberals. The ex-Emperor Soulouque, of Hayti, has been expelled from Jamaica by the British authorities. He was supposed to have had something to do with the recent negro revolt Twelve hundred troops of the Foreign Legion reoently arrived at Matamoros to reinforce the Imperialists there. Two oil wells in Wood County, West Vir- ginia, are of extraordinary richness. One elds 200 barrels daily, and the o thereabout i barrels. Out of10,000 freed negroes, taken from Cape PUBLICAWIOIYS. THE GREAT FAMIIT NEWSPAPER. The New York Weekly Tribune Is printed on ft large double-medium sheet, making eight pages of six columns each and co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Galveston Bulletin — 31 December 1865

¡ffTBULLETIN. FLAKE'S DAILY GALVESTON BULLETIN, commissions ,IHUM mo* ™" PRESIDENT. ,lfeU iu the South. L United States Senate, ou the 19th L following special message of tot, in response to a resolution "formation as to the condition of ' y iu rebellion, and the aooom- of Lieutenant General Grant, Tof things in the South, were re- Irewb d 0j the United Stales : . to the resolution adopted by the , the 12th instant, I have the honor LTkt the rebellion waged by a portion rnle against the properly constituted of the Government of the United been suppressed; that the United aaession of every Stat^in which i existed, and that, as far as it doue, the courts of the United !L been restored, post offices re- and steps taken to put into ef- afion the revenue laws of the couu- eresult of the measures instituted by utiye, with the view of inducing a re- iof fbe functions of the States, com- -¡d in the inquiry of the Senate, thj fo( North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisian...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Galveston Bulletin — 31 December 1865

8 FLAKE'S DAILY GALVESTON BULLETIN ST llTMim. AT LARGE Pasted at tke seexmd mauitm, dUek teathuui ami koide* at the CIty<f in ttc District <jf Oohtmbia, <m Monday, tkejtfto day of December, A. D. 18&4, and ended" Saturday, tktfottrOk day of March, A D. 1865. Chat. XXEL—Am Act for On Rdkf of certain friendly India*s if the Skms SaRo* im Mium- •atoé Whesejls certain Indians of die Skxrx na- tion did, ^"""g the ooibrtai in Minnesota in eighteen hundred and sixty-two, at the risk of their lire*, aid in saving many white men, women, and children from being mas- sacred, and, in consequence at such action, were compelled to abandon their homes and property, and are no* entirely destitute oí the means of support ; Therefore, Be it enseted by the Senate and House of Brepnsenutn of fht United Stales of Amer- ica in Congress assembled, That the Prttii- dent t :iit- United States be. and he hereby is. authorized and mjaeseted to cause an exa- mination to hit made in relation to all...

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