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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 8 September 1865

withthe Cok Presiding. jrought before court ui. ■ ■LjptMP Record oehce. If wi effort to destfo£ the officer Cyne, with being a vagrant, auü being proved again * him, lw was toed ílO.oád coste, which he antied up an,d walked awpy like a man. Levi Palmer, another1 freedman, was arraigned on the same charge as Tom, with the exception that he showed better taste, for he lay down in front of a hotel. He too was found guilty, but as he showed some taste in selecting his place of re- * - -1 ii tai&ir! denée Jiiwn -ft -— -s „mHRRRH . .... meant;dv HUánioduá opéwM «fe** not to be ma- To the overly sensitive, let us say, in all neas, that the taking of the amnesty oath, and application for pardon, are all and each, individual ¡vhich have acknowledgements of offences against the majesty era called; of la*- l £hese' thing lire either doné in sincerity ^ making a or base hypocrisy. Doing done to claim a lega; p0S(J) ke Was only fined *3. «id costs, which hf v<)Simply benefit, shame upon t...

Publication Title: Flake's Daily Bulletin
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 8 September 1865

UUil f iilowine 1 M beeu sent us for publication^ ,*' ■ *«w OHUM'tiL'. i«jf % IMS. ,'h ■ i- -i , U,,tral <jf 14. United. SW„, Wash- gJXtffi- place on our *tre«,t yeetorday, A negro man cbarg- •in t-E. H. Gushing, tbo Editor and Proprietor f the "Houitou Telegraph," published at Hous- ♦ mi«oe % I,H88e,d tW city, en I mte for Washington, and, it ««reported, his^b- ulinio doing, is to procura a, special pardon, J'u,w the President's Amnesty Proclamation. It . -ot known liore, whether tho Provisional Gov- ' n0, has endorsed his application, tv^t it is t íoufiht such is not the case, and that he intend ISfutróle inflttetoc6,*4 to attain his 5®ectT 3. .This disreputable record may bti known to the* E .eoutiv«, and to defeat his purpose is the object OI'this communication. The course jof íbfe awn Cubing, during the re- hellion has "been ope of marked and singular atk- ■ . , • lifluity towards the government of tho United ?i1<l helP eaouBh to save it, can be grites and those who uplie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 8 September 1865

Government AT ¡ra!í 'ujf.'I/ j t, near Tremont. ' s*p5«$wl^ W ¿I SA* A5T05T0 LAW, ; DAÜTLETT. E\i)9AN0K BttpKEUS Albert Ball's old stand, St I'll lid. Oold, f iver end Greenback* bought awl «old • nrrent rite : Collections made on all «oMíwíbíe mints i 1 lie United Sute- and proceeds remitted on ■-"« M¿ ft. X'M: -Till tons pped as toe \rith! or army sap* money and Cilefras to Oal- New Orleans to . $15; from Naw Or- ibin, $25, deck, $16; uneans to Brazos, cabin, $3(\ deck, $16. Charges from Nénv Orleans to Galveston, "wet, $1 75, barrels dry «1 85, iron |o. y lb, - la S&t. ^ bwJuO, cot, . $10 head* Meabure- ^ /foot. ew Orleans to Indianola, ¡barrels wet, dry, $1 75, iron, let lb, machin- grain, 40cts. bushel, cotton, $7 50 cattle, $15 ^I head, .measurement I cubic foot rleans to Corpus Cliristi, barrels ila dry, $175. iron, ie. lb, mtv- , lb, grain, 40c. ^ bushel, cotton, v beef cattle, $15 "ty head, measme- goods, 30c. WciJbic foot. i New Orleans to Brazos, barrels wet, $2 50 dr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 9 September 1865

•S3 itofh •>/ TTT VOiU fc .a-) ^A^yiíSXUÑ^ S.VIU^DAT, 19,1865. ===== WM. B: SORLKY, S^plnt Merchant AM> ^ACTOit, "•■'«" 'ST^tAÍÍTy,1 G^I.VKSTON, " rltóiita ¿«!í«¿a <«MÍ ^íviliau O i*T .. ¿irMfMP* Offices.-^# irtrr ...-/ "1«" ^ ^ '.3^X' , . j} o 9 k Afttfól and S t a t i o n o r .y4$QNTC BqiUJING potft Office street, wer-Tremont Ga.?es>ton, Tejóáfc, ' Kwp* < n l and WfbH'á&«<i<iincat of every thing in « . tyrtfufr ¡'icl^jig pjiaaus* Guitars and Music. ni5;*"y JOHX WOI.STON, ''tí (í. WK¿W, OII.WU.KS VIDDlt, , HOLSIOX, WKLLS A VIUOK, WQMAUSSION MEWtyANTS, Stijuid Galveston, 'ItiWVoc^Ue 'lottbn «ml other produce for sale or ,'ii| iuent. Will <*wute ..rdrr« for Plantation supplies*, «lieu áceompuiiM cash «r.Mvnwdjibr cous¡gim a>it «• produce. Instructions will be Implicitly 'obeyed. >cwMínt rjimüif.tlV rendered, and proceeds or s Jes always r*u'.y wl^tu called,!'^ jeW>dfink DALLIN G KR & JACJt,: « i ATWBXKvs at Law, .Vf:-r . !.♦<••* (m r •« t G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 9 September 1865

.-"•-.«i o. *r;-Tirr. .r 'í: BMj «iil ¿i í r : !®i .j .íih >di its, IS and will > many civil engineers and ar- Texas forward in the the future, et it be tfet fill of our young men, enter upon the different businesses the schools and school teachers, lour that you ean afford,' have your >L If by circumstance# you are sending your ohildren to school, , and give them your own atten- tion tt * in Üi power of all parents in America V> sand their ohildren from their hornea able to and in the power of most of them children a fine common school edu- is a fact, that at the South there 500,000 native white adults who could write. This thing should not be al- A reform should immftiately Lit all use their best endeavors to tteirpwn children instructed. If parents afflbrd to buy books for their chil be. known to some of their moré fortunate neighbors, and we venture to predict that they will be assisted. Pot generally, all seem willing to1 lend a helping hand to the struggling studen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 9 September 1865

;■ í ■: /: >. ífiT ir fmmM . */.# 13. Turner aud others, and resolutions were W.UC MeetingJ^WIlUamsoa Co-| i public meeting ^as held near Georgetown on pineShingles; ' *v,« oith ult, Ádifeésttes were delivered by Hon. *i Bell, K. •rhe following preamble «¿upted by acclamation : Wheubas, our country s material resources have . J wre«Uitl and our people suffered greatly in n n and property, under the military exactions, iduuiust law of adespoticgovernment inatitut- ibvevil men for malevolent and sinister pur- *L; and supported by lying, fraud and force ; ,ml whereas, the usurped po wers of the so called Tvmfgderaoy, huve been overcome.and utterly de- LjyeJ ami the oppressed people delivered from íhH iron rule of demagogue tyrants, by the strong tlie m and rightful authority of the United 8,000 feet tongue and groved white pine Boards: 4,500 feet rough whito pine Boards. *ug'24dtt WOCCTOK, WELLS & VlDCin. Just Kecelved, >pal57Sale. ' A LOT or D. PKATT'S CELEBRATED CÓITON &...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 9 September 1865

emmenc ¡Tritfis- [ be held respon- ixch Ti' «MMM c <• MJM .JAB. C«UDKH. JkJJbt..'- f TJJM aty any interference with ion oí troops' ójfítttmy sap-' i of passage money and, 'siw <SriA# lo Oil- „ m to Co iüéágbt machinery, lei ton $5 ^ baíé, ft ■■I Or cbi¿,«3oítt,:$ ; from New Orleans tb'Oftlveston, «1 96, iron «c. ^ !b, SOct "W bushel, dbt- ilTHeasuw*- WI OKD $ C0^. .3 l.¥% N G E B$P K E R s' * r>iul> i Albert' Ball's old stand, ; strnnfl. ! Gold, S lv«r and Greenback# bought 'and SOW at I 0oj|tft9t)9P . W- I Jolted fttate- an< fof?)«.kvjnant. interest a> we lalveati'U, Tí xa , July 17, i f 5 uola, 4>arr«lp art* men t goods, 30c. ^ barrels barréis maShin- ^ M 1. oówéto cu* PP^rW1^'! I lb; grain, 40cta. bushel, I 1* cattle bitfrétedryí^l r _ beef cattle, $15' __ j«$7 50 head, mearoremeipfi _JÍ|)aiiels TOBflw4typfna- , cotton, head, mfeasure- SojS?w«0 wet, $2 50 . __ ___ „ __ - - iery, 2c. f lb, ■3d' bushel; cattcin' $10 < bale, beef cat- . head, teea^ráAeh ¿0&am...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 11 September 1865

— vol I. =a= —• GALVESTON, MOMMY \Xn. B. 80RLKY, Coinn>iss,on and Shipping itlerehiiut AN a COTTON FACTOR, Strand, Galvkston, Opposite Bulletin and Civilian Offices.-© nujt'ltKJw. A. M. LKA, : ~ IJook seller and Stationer MASONIC BUILDING, j>0st (Ufice street, near Tretuont Gu.ves'ton, Texas, Keep* on hand u full assortment of «-very tiling in hi* line. i'Ksltitling Pianos, Guitars and Music. mig'illy J0I1X WOI.STON, ü. 0. WKM.S, , CQARI.KR VUIOR. WOLsilOV, WELU A VIOOK, <; UN Kit AL COMMISSION-MER CHANTS, (inlvcstoii, Will rc^olv(i 'Artton and oilier produce for sale or • 'lipliieiit. \VIH ^.Necute orders for Plantation supplies, « hull I)); caidi or secured by consignment «• ; produce. Instructions will Vic implicitly obeyed. a i:couíÜ,^¡ch promptly rendered, and proceed* of a |e>. «i« ifys i' 'ii y when called for. . jeH(i-4t>in J} A Lfj I N GER & J A C K, Attoknkvs AT LA^, Galveston, Texas. I&3F* At their old office, Post Office Street. • 1 Itiiml KOXSULUA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 11 September 1865

u mm' ■ ■, j ' . that some to plume loctrine of to doubt H have to fee national au- x4 — —' !¿¿* cofrecte tie state-' r. Robert Campbell was concerned in the murder of Thomas Russell. | We are informed by John Shackelford Esq pent, •f >4 all their "tL of the >y were 'as soon as " the-press, official and even the solemn acts of secesh the , prated about "the late United ' States.'; The drunken fellows feel like the man who imbibed until he lost his balance, and rolled out of the stage into the mad. "Hie, driver," said ho, "the stage has had a terrible turn over. And, hie, has spilled every body and every thing!" "No!" said John, "nothing has turned over but you." "But, hie, driver, do you pretend to tell me, that nobody is floundering in the mud but me—one of tlioSouth Carolina chivalry ?" railed the seccder in a passion. Yes, nobody has turned over but you. And you had best pick yourself up and get in, or you witi t/e left out in the mud and cold. "Well, hie, driver, if you te...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 11 September 1865

HP* From the N. 0: Times.] TWfe Cavalier, «te. \vhcn men have come to blow*, 'tis vain to ti- < to brine theiu hack to the sway of reason íXgumeut or declamation. A gtediator in the ■ who should attend to plead with his en- J ulveraary the f'orcp. of a natural obligation, Sfffinale hiní «pon a point - of lo«io or ftieta- ivKW-s would not. lie more hopelessly nud opro* wbeii, however, the, shock of battle it> over, pBT r* JjjeV"<Var dnjiua tiuab no longer, and the ltd* ilftgs jure fro-led," it ih tune to look facta T,u1ih' in the face, to be guided by reason to the CÍKwot what is true, and by principled the ,'^voiy of what is right; and haviug ascér- Sd the truth and right, soberly and wisely to yeup what i« left to us in, "the long result of «8. effcct*or fruits of revolutions seldom point nt unV logical or rational sequence from the * ;iiat produced them. As the pure waters i f «nu mountain spring—the fountain and source ,f flftnie great river—loses its stainless purity by...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 11 September 1865

# CO., ACTORS, íb m ■M M m ' & ST.. - of Louisiana tuisiana Stats JJutik Bank cf New Orleans.. Crescent City Bank.. com- of oxtra at I. (l ! >f . ■ ' ' 60 ton. York steAmsnips ¿@lo.; Liverpool sailiug vessels | at 141@1444. AND !OM mission merchants, St \ko, Next door to BaU, Hatchings & Co., Galveston, Tex i . «-tte will attend strictly to U cotton ani' other i roduce forwarded to « for shipment or sale. WÜ e vci ute i order for plantation auppllftp promptly 'mi i struct .(iiiw'i l be Implicitly obeyed. Couelg omenta solicited. JulTtf quoted as follows i notes, ^ dollar . #8 @40 link • .58060 Merchants' Bank — G0<a>C3 Tho Most Reverend Archbishop Purcéll has re- ceived tho apostolic letters making Bight Rever- end P. J. Lavialle, President of the St. Mary's College, near Louisville; Marion county, Kentucky, Biabo u ÓÍ Louisville. HANS, GENGL.EII & CO. WHOLESALE GROCER S, The uud^raigner! beg loave to- inform their friends the pu >lic jreiierally, that they k...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 12 September 1865

tm ""70k i- <; AI,V KS I O.\.WliStUY, SKI'TlS.Vf.IKlt 12. 18U5. rslriaBraqgMH • ♦ t - Win. ILtfOKLIvY, ' i^tiilftSioit iiniMilPPlHfli Merctauut AKí) OOT i'ON FAOTjUR, STKAN&t Gai.VKBTON, L „ Opposite Bulletin aiid Civilian • att.u'l'W ** ... * i_- A. M. LEA, |Jooksolier and Stationer MASONIC' BUILDING, )Vj„t Jk-et; near Trutnoni' Galveston, Texas, j&iM «* Maw! M I'li'.l assortment of ovary tiling in ¡,,S lilt*** l'iauot . Guitar* and Music. «nííüiiy x i _ W1IN WOLSf N, C. 0. WF.kl.fr, VIUKLKri VIDOB. 'vtol&toj*; W EÍ.M * vi irme, KHÁü COMMISSION MERCHANTS, St;'s« i*l (>nlv«$ton, \\"!lViv«'iv<i '/Dlt'Ui ami- oilter pi'óduCe for sale or .¡in,)(?iit. WiU "vefcuté orders forPlantatfou suppltes, v, .«a by «tiste or secured bv consignment 4> 111, ■ • ía.*tri¡cuoiiH ft ill be i in !>i luitly obeyed, /.•«wuitt ssies promi'tly it inléréd,' aud proceeds of a icv jrHnyrt fvavv'uuii culled for. ju:J6 d<hn I! A L L L X G E 11 £ .) A C K, '. ArruruKKVS 4T .LA*, Galve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 12 September 1865

Mr. P. oribs, Uev« i bo fire HI 3«t Louiwjon Cavalry Volunteer. i •> --W? .8. RINHER. BV F. Fl«AKB Si CO. iiag made by Ú8 corn T/e be- establish thp fact, that by the proximity of the i would call the attention of our readers i in authority, to the proceeflfl|j{| of a Union meeting, held in th« oity of H Jlton, on the 7th, which we to-day publish. The preamble nnd resolutions exhibit the right spirit. They reposo confidence in our President and Governor, and are willing to trust our natioatl and 8tate authorities. They compliment Maj. Gen. Mower, and recognized the Federal 'trocips in our State, as friends sent to protect the law abiding citizen from the lawless. They call for help, to educate the ignorant amongst ua. I We trtiBt #at this call will be responded to and ¿hat schóol houses will moke their appearance in nil parts of our State. They invite those gpio in- tend to make an honest living, to come and settle in Texas, and they Tbriefly set forth somo of the advantages that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 12 September 1865

« 0>~E telegraphic; r—• • PAY LATEE NEWS. —i u!, PTO<lumation authorizing the restoration of j State goveAment requires the military to aid ti;e I Provisional Governor in tho perioruianoe of hi duties tui prescribed in the proclamation, and in 110 manner^ to interfere or throw impediment in v v Yobk Sept. 1;—The President has ordeTal ?f o^ammatang the abject of his ap^ ' Iteration of the Southern Churches to their .]$§?§§ advis iub' the Goveii> the r< .—Cotton is reporte^ firm, nient of the intended interference. Signed) AN DUE W JOHNSON, The fccent acts of the military authorities in hi*? reaction at ¡niug from . I ara about 'TiTrurn ^ thüt tho steamship Great Eastern; *r° PW*>, of being marohed ^imied to Newfoundland, and will immediate-; * e State. Great rejoicing among the peo- !",J< u- the endeavor to recover the Cable. pit. ]« -S? Sent. 1. -The Brazilians have de-1 8?pt. Ü. '^ /i tiie Ptuwgwwn urmy, alter inflicting on it ' f n a id 3000 horses. b trooP« . rt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 12 September 1865
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 13 September 1865
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 13 September 1865

i New* J'f ¡K,' >■ RINKER. ilicr 13. would do wh t> is no# re- America, front Liver- _ via (^neenstown 20th, iir- , at Halifax,' atVTato lionr last 'taight. been laid down for the Great East- and the inference won drawn ; go oat again tbia eeaaon. The Time* says the experience of the expedi- tion is full of encouragement for the future ; the discouraeina circumstance, is the " * :ks and Miss of Hous- m^healthírevtary d&rfhere being leasee, of' billion^ Jfomplaints -ported. oenta in oor at. In MÜF.É. ollector, am4 Gpneral gwift, ity finds good and efficient, officers, at to further and protect the jutamta We are 11 ia prevalent topic. The report had a fhvoratde effect on the f the mauner in which polite answer is always .different from wl«t ia fro«H é to tt. in public officers. a of the inferior officers gfve _ Roving been made from on* 5Z&2Í .¿tW appointed bring mm of *. ia oar community. >•' J&- A prominent tetan, well postcd rn'politi- eal matters, now at, the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 13 September 1865

—"— Additional from the North. gjle. did when he was President of the Con- The remaining coup sel of Wira deserted him ón Wbin'oton, Augnst 2'*. -Gen Joe. Johnston,' the 28th. and cJé^SouíUd for SS5T „f t* r^1 1 lu" 'e(5ClVtHl !*" «? <«* to The Republican hmTthe following in its special Inend fifteen ** Baltimore ou u visit to his. dispatches of the 28th: * ts t^e nu Xter, the wife f Dr. Melena, a wealthy citizen • Mr*. R. M. T. Hunter, in company with Secreto- of ta place. H^h,w Mcoidiugly armed there, ry Seward, culled ujKm the Pieaideñí this morn- «udwqaietty living with his siste*. Gen. Kwrf,ing, and had an inte¡TÍtw íurelatiónto the «Seuse to-day fí'^t a wirtiilar permission how the Mar De-j of her husband, now conlined as a prisoner ot , « tttien*. -and has gone over to Baltimore. SiAta in Fort Pulaski, who desires the privilege of 1 viol. ('unimings, of 1 hiladelphio, lat-j of the leaving the United States forever. The Prescient -ml,V of the Potomac, has been appointed Gov...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 13 September 1865

ir tO„ r factors ! fruí. :¡ a now ti ere íh uo truth in bou at, by telegraph be afreet of hi« roceed from here >yed by Gov. Hhai „„ate a «ourt, at the city of i of •disputed cotton and other sion and ownership of which „id in the vicissitude* of war _ which liave succeeded in the veen past and present civil gov- í place he kppointed the Hon. . fór many yeans ado Senator from i some time back residing in Oil. I • ' f' . i) It was found that tbia court' was áó * _ '! 1 (Aikatiojfi, r&*/, o these courts mlhi & l t4 (H vf ntion not only gave it ¿d two other eimijar courts.^ one i^OL Lauderdale county, under in/ of J^s^ll, and tho^ other, at in Lawrehce county, which is pre- judge W. A. Stone, of Copiah. Iven a mixed law and equity ^^dications being confined by either of pleading or practice , y required to'do .justice in the Perhaps in, the organisation of these courts, the distinguished jurist, who is the provisional head of the State Government there, will have mapped out f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 14 September 1865

WM. li. S©11 LEY, and Shipping Merchant AND C'OTTON FACTOR, STRAND, GALVESTON,' Opposite Bulletin and Civilian Offices.-®® SUgídltoL ~ A. M. LEA, ~~ T 15oó1c seller and St ationer MASONIC B ÚILBING, { Office street, near Tremont Ua.veston, Texas, Keeps on ti full assortment of *very thing in liuf, ¡uciudiug 1'muos, Guitar* und Mii.siVj. . «tfU* .• ..t ••• kai.vkstox, Thursday, skitemuer u, ises, *" jam' wi i>n*)s, o. o. vm.1,8, oiiAiu.ua vinOK. WDLSTOflJ, W ULLS Ac VIUOK, 44SNERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS; Strand <*aivcston. , Will «ecive </;>tto.u ijiwl other produce for sale or <4ipuient. Will ".secute order# row Plantation supplies, niitn by. cash or secured by consignment • :j -otl«icc. Instruction* will be implicitly obeyed. A«uouut wiles" promptly rendered, uud proceeds of s Ué always realy when culled fur.. ■ je&t-dtfm BALLING KB &' JACK, * 'Attornevs at Law, Gaive'ütyn, Texas. At their old office, Boat Office Street. -AVGmd KOKSULMAJI ^ CO., II i VOI1 AND ...

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