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

■MM •8,1865 v.- been JAW have Bcffe that bad Andrew Jo ¡L.L.IGENCE. -•-An unusual degrqe of quiet and order has pre •I I J tl,u nnot f„™ /luVil in iill'l Vl'StUll. Til back to were bo ffequeni rare dbcurrences. There have been comparatively few arreats, one an abo-' those, mostly fot drunkness and disorderly corf, PPMPMn tried and war a been a Ule II1IIUIK ob Ul wuiuw f ° But many of them have very peculiar ideas situation, some think that an* man who is a_ . .g dae in ft ^fcut men. litionist, ought never to be again trusted, while to the euorgeti0 ©xertious of Capt. .Smith, they will eloquently declaim over the wrong done provo8t M^hal, and the vigilance of the City Po- to the secessionists, by the amnesty proclamation; lice. The latter deserve special commendation, in «v.'l ndinf some of their prominent men from for their wa toll fulness and faithful discharge ol in excluding some of th p .... ,iutv As a body of men we believe that lew citiea participating in the reorganization of...

Publication Title: Flake's Daily Bulletin
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 2 September 1865

39—- LATEST NEWSJ TELEGRAPHIC. Original Leaders. Monterey, Aug. 15, 1665. TtrixfcTiN :—Feeling a deep interest in tbosí £ • jL,.ribed in the caption, who must have ai^u. «* . too gi^at for pardon, I hive made . _* . , lelttbeir _ im,ujrv iu regard to their welfare * steamer Haze arrived yenterduy nt sundown iuu an .utra do. (200 p._ ^rZi and lain forced to the-conchiéion, fro*n New Orleans. We are indebted to L. Hall, *M«ar, soap, hams,/a pieces Texas Drill, 11 «roer of the Haze for New OrJ io,M cfclce" H¡¿ÍuOl^ th® 30th of Aug. We Stop the 42 cusen lints, 260 flu . osm< 3 «!o Black Woftl I)o, i ifm.Tu • I Ue al8°ofter* ",r sale,in? ¡I do Bj> ad Cloth, Has in «tore and for sale' Also 100 hula Ptauts Flour. fori and Iain forced to pne- conclusion, "°® «ew ur leant ^IrtTdiviMon of treasury spoils, ani «sported Esq., J ® polite j !¡£¿U been, fair, else some of the -noble;leansfiipers up to " ould not have been driven t j their pres- 11 y cotton ,.xiie«. ""L-Sr Oldham, who was alw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 2 September 1865

1<Z£¿ ^nitifinna injurious •ition; and of Connecticut, who defended the ive States, and communities, to- of temperance men wine point* iít the United Btate and proceed remitted M SAN BAKTLKTT A KOU^. ¿ORGE' 8 teciat deposits^ M^-ri ¿ .Jt and Hon. was in favor, of doing a and at the sacramental in fact, were the chief cause of con- the convention, unless we except an to Mnj. Gen. Hooker to attend, which pressed to a vote, simply ,because the ad left town it was learned. Resolutions than It a for the overthrow of the doctrine of total ab- o a committee of seven to a plan of organization for cities, towns and the nation at large; rehearsing tnd constant sympathy of the church „ the temperance causo, and affirming the duty of ministers and church members to help On the movement; against the use of intoxicating wines in christian ordinances; in favor of educating the 'people up to prohibitory laws, and the young in the ^ays of temperance; setting forth the perils involved in the use o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 4 September 1865

Wm B. SORÍ^Y, «•® m mission and Merchagi AN I) COTTON FACTOR, T > STRAND, GA7.VF.8T0N, yg¡j¿ Opposite Bulfutin aud Civilian Offices.-^ augld3tn. ~"'A. M. LKA,""""" "7T" , Bookseller and Stationer, MASONIC BUILDING, t n t Office street, hour Tremont Galveston, Toxae, Keeps < n hand a full assortment of pvery tiling iu |ii« line. including l'ianos, GniUirstnd Musió. «ug-'lly WOI.STON *0. a. WKI.l.K, . CU A1U,K:< VIDQH, WOLSTOM, IVBLLS dt VlUOIt, * ENEMA L COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Sliuiid (¿alvcstou. xftt *c tve (Mtmi aud other producer, for sale or • liipwout. Willf'xocute orders'for Plantation supplies, mík'u accompanied by cash or secured by consignment y, jpi'odtiue. Instructions will be implicitly obeyed. .% ¿count sales promptly rendered. aud proceeds of 3 lv alwAys rea \y when called for, jeiM-d6in ií A L L 1 Ñ G jg¡ R & JACK, , ÁTT(ÍRNEY8 AT LiAW, Galveston, Texdt. Piir At their oW oflice, Post Qffica Street. • 1 l-'ímd i (íALVKSTOIV, MONDAY, PHILIP O. TINKER, . T. J....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 4 September 1865

Covta.—Judge Cole Presiding takes There was no business before Cowt oo Saturday morning. As Hr« remarked Saturday, the arrest* t*a 1 and complain ta are becoming less, and less lor the I last few daya. Is it because people Ate becoming .v„ New York, at 24< ents. j hotter, or is it "a calm lwjfar<te& storm. Vo trust C. Rhoaló—Offer groceries ard liquors. the latter is not the eas*. Gladly would the ci for sale D. Pratt's cotton gin. zens of Galveston be, to know that outrages an . . . . i li&vd cdpiodL That til© wish of oux received large additions to his cj^#ng ^ tiufct law liuj t)r(ier may prevail in well of merchandise. ¡known. Krhft A THUssrso—Have opened at Howard & j —<jlia practioe of using abusive language in the Eurkhfu dt's old stand. Théy offer dry goods, hats, I streets, lias increased to «uch au extent, thai it bus of SKI& ftirnishing ^ ^ the Arncr- cigars, tobacoo and pipes for sale. attending to their business. Not- only mva I L B Dbuby ft «os—...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 4 September 1865

TEX-KWHAPIilC. THÍtEE DAYS LATE NBWS. From tUe New Orleans Tinier August 28tb, 29th «niWJOtk* ^ The shipment of specie* to BWSipe to-day 1 to «early $1,000,000. s^re Department* Wahhjmoton, Aug. 20.—Pa- Jed prisonem agalnut whom no special charges " , ¿idine. can obtain passports, on condition they\ío not return without Ihe speoial leaVe of the ^Ihetüblication of the ordar mustering out coin luto Otaesals was unauthorised. v-A8Jmtii,' Aug. 26.—The «tore and tinware es- ♦«iVllahuient owned % Messrs. MoClure, Buck (jo wis turned last alight, involving a ,loss wCO.OOO. No insurance. 91. ican at ft Anerican Bfeadatuffs were dull and tending downward. The Great Bastera arrived at tho morning of the 17th. The cattle plague and cholera are rav^.„ oona and increased 385 deatliH in one day in stantinople. ^ ' ® P|, lias in sto _ 100 Imiri flauta 100 «lo extra Cottee. E*. W. okj^cent ( 'its*, July 80.— It is reported that all a board the Brother Jonathan, except seventeen '"rsons, including t...

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

if > ,v>: t s¡H EX ir in rnouay ten I* force attest, still ' the MUted States: deuire to represent busiiit fis men and Cexuu, Mixsis-sippi I view oí the gross frauds, and flagrant iiijus- [ by Treasury agents and iuiii- th few exceptions, in their ool- known us Confederate cotton, ion, which they do not - _ ^,—tfcra west of the Missis ever received one dollar in that has been 1 taken from tiujin by the nebjjJ govern consideplt their awu property,' and changing both the coverings and, nwn-lis, dtepose of it to the mer- chant, who lias no way to distinguish these marks, but who buysitin- good faith; and also, taking in viow the fact that the planter who sold it to the merbhant has been misled by the Treasury agenta a.id even by the letter of the Secretary himself, ns well as by mOAt of the military otficials, who, ' taking their cue from the Secretary's own orders, have, i uioBt cases, told the people that their cot- ton was not to be forcibly collected; but #ould pass, like all...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 5 September 1865

w'' FLAK UÁLVISSTON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1865. wu. b. sorley, -«liiiHission n; d Shipping Merchant • and cotton factor, Strand, Galveston, y#. Opposite Bulletin and Civilisu Offices.«t&a mgiil.'Jm. ; . ' < i " A. 11. LKA- Bookseller and Stationer, MASO y TO BUILDING, , j ##t Office street, near Tremont Galveston, Texas, i(,eng „n hand a fuU assortment of "very thing in yTllnV, including Manos, Guitars and Music. ¿•güity J-#|( WOI-STON, c. O. WílI.S, CHARLES VIDOR. WOI^TOM, WELLS A VIUOR, sélnkral commission merchants, Strand OalveMon, YTÜI receive Cotton and other produce for sale or .^ipment. \v¡i¡ *>xct'iite orders for Plantation supplies, PHILIP C. TUCKER, T. j. LEAGUE. TUCK Eli & LEAGUE, Attorneys and Cannsellore-at-Law, Galveston, Offict) m formerly 2nd door west of ljy29«dly Texas. Post office. w. 0. COtTN^jli ..... .j. p. ci.ol'oh , C OrXCILl, & CLOUGH, RECEIVING, FORWARDING AND t osuiíssiov merchants, 1Vavasoto, Texqs, Will receive on consignment for sale...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 5 September 1865

' <4 ••• * i-* v ' •-";! BY F. F irdon. • i i;; the rights of eiti- were lost to all those en- against the United States, y have been previously demon And with the individual ie corporate powers of the of the land. The Shvte govehimeyt exist. The men in armfl are paroled fcar. To produce orier out of this dustructive secession chaos, the PreBideht issued amnesty proclamation, offering pardons condi- r to all, with fourteen exceptions. The required is that the applicant swear to laws and proclamations of lent relative to slaves f that is, that he support their freedom in the enlarged sense of the term- Perhaps the exceptions do not proceed upon the notion that these fourteen classes were more guilty than those vfhose pardon is a thing of course, upon taking the oath in good faith, for, in point oí' fact, many of them are lefes guilty.— The seédy editors, sophistic#! lawyers; brawling politicians, inveterate street talkers, lazy box whit- lers and convention holders* were far more ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 5 September 1865

TJELEOIt APIIIC. ONE DAY LATER NEWS. it1 com the New Orleans Times, August 31st: u -r Pxkí Ahí,'. 3D.—The steamer Reindeer, i Mobile paoket, lias blown np at the mouth of f>;„0lets Several of ,the passengets were ¡¡^lyburuücL Parti# have beato notifed by tele- grni.e following items relativo to the explosion of ♦h* Reindeer, I gather /rom the steward of tho : . flT,,i others ou board': The boat left Mobile oil the 29th, at 1:20 p. m., t r N-jw Orleans.. She laid up ut Pascagoula ou IZ ni.rht of tue 29th, on ¿tocountof tough weather. About 12 o'clock to-day, (.30th,) as «ha was en- - the Rigaletfc, her starbord boiler exploded. She had on board ouly about six passengers, iu- ClOne pSmger. a gentleman whose name I did nfc learn was probably thrown overboard and ílmVnart, 'as nothing hag been heard of him. oSt Buckley and the clerk, Mr. Neeley, and «bout twenty-live others, are badly scalded. Three persons were killed and it is probable that more will die from wounds. The wounded ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 5 September 1865

and .T A (lepPRPH. I there was a ihir free transactions Í to- Oold, H Irer and current r .te.#J UoUeoUo "'É' booglkf and sold at made on all accessible and proceed* remitted ou on special deposits. has cotton- ratea 141, and ac- cent di .; Boston at fifteen days 14, and tliúty 50,000 ft-adcs wer« ount. There we several salen of Bank Sterling at 1j4 nett; several thousand pounds at from 152@15¿¿. Sales of bills lading, sterling at 161. Jtfo movement in stocks. . . There were sales of *5000 Bank of Louisiana notes at 40c., and a sale of Louisiana State Bank at file. The quotations for the other bonks were •for the Bank of New Orleans G8i@70; Credent City 81@83; Union 77@78, and Merchants b8($ bonos—The market was still more depressed to-day, and the sales* were confined to 1000 bales. In fact, we had authentic information of only (>86 bales, but heard of 300 bale inore, which wefe not reported. Prices were still easier, and we now quote ordinary 30@83o.; good ordinary 35(^ flow mid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 6 September 1865

FLA GALVESTON, Wm. B. SORLEY, PHILIP ©. TUCKER, T. J; LEAGUE w0Ht mission and Shi| pins ITSercliuiit AND (|)TtON FACTOR, Strand, Galveston, ¿gg OWwíte KuUytj and Civilian Offices.-®* fttigi (13 m. A. M. LKA Bookseller and Stationer^ , I MASONIC BUILDING, Joffice street, near Tremont (ialtpstpn, Texas, ]*<.«« oil hand a full assortment of "very thing ia jmUhi'iV, including Pianos, Gafara aud Music T If CK ER & LEA <* ü E, Attorneys and Texas. Office a a Post office. ormeiiy ,,2ud i,JW ag2 Uy m*t# wflisi'ovt c' wkli'3> charles vlfror. WOLNTok, WELLS A VI5>OK, ¿ENElUIf COMMISSION MERCHANTS, üítmnd Galveston, Will roo * v i C/'oItou and other produce for sale or • ftfteiOHt. locate orders for Plantation supplies, accompm^d ,b* cash or ««cared by consignment .« jprixltice. tnstjructiohs will be implicitly obeyed, ¿'««mint nJus promptly rendered, aad proceeds of * lea always ri'U '.y when called for. jei}ti-d6m B A L.LIN a ER & JACK, Attoexevs At Law, Galveston, Texas....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 6 September 1865

■ft . mM ' ■ áí * r ✓ b has but the lately In rebellion has > whole American continent, * All the South Amer- fc Chili and Guiana, are embroil- Ravoiutiom ara progressing in , nnd in Ecuador. Brazil and Ura- cil the Argentine province# are _ In Mexico things are no better. How- ever incompetent the Meriyan* muy have proved ►to govern themielvea, they certainly show no dis- itiou to aoquie433 iu Mvxlmdian's rule. The a list of Indian tribal, n^Hh of Mjsíco and United Statas, is in a fevorish state of ad war. Every 'arrival brings ns ac- counts of slaughtered traveled, the assaulting of small forta, the cutting of telegraph wires, rob- bery of trains, and of battles botwjdau Indians aud small detachments of natioual troops. From the extensive northern plains to the southern ex- tremity of this ooutin9nfc, is in a st.it^ of war and .revolution and anarchy, from which' this country calls himself are now con- ' ,i5£ $r.ífe vost Marshal General and his assistants deserve much credit fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 6 September 1865

telegraphic. • OSE DAY LATER NEWS. Kiiw Yoke, Aug. 30,—All restrictions hitherto . .,1(iseci ou Southern trade, including "contra- b!uil," will be removed, it is stated, alter the 1st Kix^thouaand barréis of beexlkiave been export- 1 to England. Large orders are anticipated in ?j.« future, in coiUMxiUence of the fatul epidemic Siicb i" causing tfeat destruction to cattle In ííreat Brittiiu. . . Tlie President ha* been reproved for his decís ¡oil ou tbe application for the release of Mr. Ste- 1,1 Tile sliip Samuel Dunning has been wrecked.— bnuli accouut was found all right. Private advices from Liverpool, received in this jtv report cotton more active, with a firmer fooi- iiiú' The sales on Saturday, 19th August, reach- e ¿13,001) bales. Middliug Orleans was quoted at ' mobile. Aug. 31.—The oity returns of the elec- tion, held to-day, for members to the State Con- vention, show that Messrs. Langdon, Gage, Bond and Overall are elected. The county vote is not vet in. * $x. Catharines,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 6 September 1865

" ■ ; -i i« b7;yi tff s*k 0h^ ime. LAW, ¿¡tofo Pont 0*0 8tr* itenMen to business KHi Ar i'j & ( O, K EBB, ,, Wiii Liverpool sailiug vessels | Jl® 144*. i quoted as follows: „.a note*, *$ dollar.. ,38 («}40 nbunk ' kv;.-: i' ityBank 80 («}&3 l¡ 78 cpo B¡uik .60065 . I. nr .;| , ' ' ■ , Gen. Wood, commanding Department; of Ala- bama, haa issued a stringent order against vagrant freedmen being permitted to loiter about postó and garrisons. V. The Selma üfimes thinks the effect of the order will be to compel th'e idle riégfbes to go back ro those with whom they had made contracts, which they nad abandoned and reara their living legiti- ttately. ' ■ . ; rnmMimmfi** • i<i*Milfi I I I ft I m 111 it HI «II Heátí 'Q'RS MIL'IIVDIVIS'N OF TH* OTTLF, y New Orleans, La., Aug. 25th, 1865. Gesekax Orders, ( No. 13. \ Trasporta of the Quartermaster's Department, ptyjmg between New Orleans and the ports of Gal- veston, Indianola, Cprems Christi and Brazos San- tiago, Texas, will hereaítar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 7 September 1865

k'x'¡ fcÉÉ EON lot. i. =Si ■ (¡ALVKSTON, THURSDAY, SKPTK STHAKD, (¿A J0i, Opposite liuüetio un , ^.mission and Shipping Mereltnnt -am> cotton FAcrim .L^KSTON, id Civilian Offices.-©® a. m. lra; bookseller and Statione^ MASONIC IIUILMNO, Ollk'c Street, near Trenton t Galveston, Texas, ¿L.ii# nu k*n<! u Ml assortment of *vaty thing iu yJKi«iuladmg Gu;tttfj and Music. rfílg'/uy ■ p' . J^IJS VOI.STON, C. G. WHM.S, CHXW.KS VII OB. ifr'olstóff, wells a vipok, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Will receive uikI other produce for wile or \v'ili Áxecute,order* for Plantation «applies, • Hull ii«comp> "ioil by cm 1i or secured by consignment !■ lirodtictf. Instructions will he implicitly obeyed. VJiuuut stiles 411'oiuptly ruidorvd. and proceed* of i ,le< ultt'uyi f'tt 'y wheu called for. ' ju3(MCni UA L LI X G E 11 & .TACK, Attüknkys at Law, (Jul vea tun, Texas. '■%$ At tiiuu* old office, í'o^í Offico Street, í H 'inid ií.o n § it luia i\' n & co., grOT AND SHOEMAKERS, MARKET ST., NEA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 7 September 1865

•• his life. Í* the uite a young man. f the Bio Ot-ande ciiintry, where he practiced law i;OT some time; , In 1858 or '59, he was elected to the Judgeship in the District where he resided. As h lawyer and a judge' he had a, very good reputation lu politics, before the war, he always affiliated with the Democracy. When the question of so- ceasion was agitated, Judge Davis opposed it, hut the State was said to have been carried out of the Union, The result of the election he much regretted. Judge Davis remained with his family utftil the early part of 1856. He had a few years before married the daught^of Cblóhe} Forbés Brittpn^ so long well known in jTp*as. In ttiat year, disliking longer to remain under a set of r* l- mcs, whom he believed were unjustly attacking'the Government to which he owed allogx^^j^^jfeffj the State and crossed over into Mexico. ' j i<.'n _ _ donel Davis received hjs ap- tho President, as a Brig,-General. which command he held for some three fi months. -3?, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 7 September 1865

Additional Klewi, used or consumed by them, where the produce of such pro served fruits, vegetable '. e «hall exotei the value of six hundred dollars, he is hable to. puy aflutv thereon nf k ¥ nor nanf the is liable to pa,v a duty thereon of six per cent I110 - , aUo decided that the clause of schedule B in' m . «ni>nt ' ... , , . iv ¿. Jufw, (eeetion 17Q,) wLhh exempts from stamndu TheíAétóc Railroad imbnogno continues, and ties receipts for delivory of, proprty when ¿ueu tiv4 parties churning the bonds tor tee lorty by persons, firms or companies doing an express S w&tmctedpn the Kansas branch, come as business, I hold to apply to receipts gi>Ín to from reaching aconclusion as ever. There-"--' ' - ■ ' J 1 ímears <¡o be a decided personal hostility in the ' rw seat management of the Interior Department n its late head, and now President of the Kansas Lad, eX-Seeietary Usher. ^Tiio work of reopening postal routes through Virginia, has been pushed rapidly fórward, uüd ® ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 7 September 1865

ft master < i, and will be tire of su The resuou- vesael* .1 *JT? " " l '"T* ""lliintif n —-—■—- , VI A ISblANOl.A. GulVeUon, Tc***, * fice Rtreet, near Treraout. i.nt;n dnesi. «"pfid&wly E^JUAXCK BllOKBUB, Alliurt UuII'h oli! stand, Strand. Gold, S Ivor ami Greenback l oii«hl «ml sold at .¡uncut r iten: Collections made on all accessible uotnta luetic United 8tate and proceed* remitted ou wed ou special deposit | THE NEW OK LEANS Tí Miss. The Leading Journal of the South, PCII 1.1 SHEl> DAILY fkXO WXEKl*?, ' Devoted to Literature awl General A'tux—The hit im* vuaaiof f State and ¿¡«Urinal. TiMics—Tlie te«¿- fare. of the ptunliiyi hUtrext—77<e prttgroxe ■*vi t'z-KV • I pLu:o such restrictions Ut tu be shipped u* T.LS'.'Ír.rmvSS i of troops or army sup- i ruonrty and New Orleans to Gal- *20; deck $10; from New Orleans to -$15; from New Or- ina Christi, cabin, $2¡3, deck, $1 ; to Brazos, cabin, $30, dock, Sir. , charges from New Orleans to Galvest on, wet, $1 76i barrels ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 8 September 1865

-iflki HflfdKÉWi Wftí KRIDAV, SlfrritHttBlnM asa W¿r B. SOR LEY, i'oi«tmission and Shipping: merchant an¿ cotton factor, STBAND, GAUTR8T0K, igy Opposite Bulletin and Civilian Offices.-®® uogid&o. " a. m. le a, {{oolt seller and Stationer, MASONIC BUILDING, ' r«*t Office street, near Tremobt Ga.veston, Texas, Iketw on hand a full assortment of every thing in ¡Hiñe. Including Pianos, Guitars and Music. .: ■' i íh ~m <*'•>! i hi* jmiax wolston, • c. a. weli.s, charlrs vipor. WOI.ÜTON, WELLS & Vll>Olt, i^ÑFBAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Straind Galveston. Will receive 'C'olton and 'other produce for sale or > 'lipMieut. .Will execute orders for Plantation supplies, * hen liccompunitfl by :eas|j or secured by consignment r ^produce. Instructions will lie implicitly obeyed. Mcouut sules promptly rendered, .and proceeds oí' les always rea \y wheucttlled for. je36-d(im >M¡ BALLING RR & JA CK, Attornkvs at Law, Galveston, Texas. At their old office. Post Office Street. ...

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