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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 14 November 1865

m •A diapatch from Miliedgoville to the Washington National Republican, says: important dispatch from ? °/i United States has been ro- ceived here by Gov. Johnson: Executive Mansion, Washiwqtok, Oct 2& ¡ Jam's Johnson, Provisional Governor, MWedgeuiUe, Georgia: Your dispatch has been received. The peonía of Georgia should not hesitate ene single mKtf n^puiating every «Jngle dollar of debt created for the purpose of aiding the rebel Government of the United States to levy and oollect taxes from th« pie that are loyal and in the Unioj that was. created to aid in takin« th verting the Constitution of the Ut do not believe the great maas of th State of Georgia, when left uriinflu submit to the payment of a debt • mam cause of bringing on them p suffering, the result of the reuollio Invested their capital in the oreatic must meet their fate, and take it as evitable results of the rebellion, • seem hard to them. It should at known at home and abroa , that nc for I?? purposa of dissolv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 15 November 1865

n muí FLAKE'S DAILY BULLETDfj^i <yi.ii Ml .1 vol* i. GALVESTON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1865. joint wolsws . «h^ules vidoh. WOL8TOIV, WELLS A VI3 OU, 0 UNF.RAL COMMISSION MM CHANTS, t¡\l Galveston. «'ill receive '.'ottou.Wirt \#«r jn oduco for Bale ór .'•■umeiit. íxWutí orders for Plantation supplies, « heu «ceompuoied l y cash Q '««cured by consignment iproducc. Instruction* win lie implicitly obeyed. a -roiink sales promptly rendered, and proceeds of t "le* always r*ft >• wJi^n ^a%d fyi\. je36-d6m ]{ A L L I X G K 11 & "JACK,' lA'ffoNtffttB At fc¡AW, . • 1 J h M ■ Galveston, Texas. At theiriM ofTicp^fiDJVOffice Street. $ll.Cmd to? y) ■'. ■'■■',■ ■■?'"• .< - - '^WREDE fclItbríSüLllí^N, B ( () T AND 8 Ü O E MAKERS, william Tell' Hotel, m^bket Soreet, , «-illVVStQII, X'oxus, (lave A largo stock ¿f the best quality of domestic mi 1,1 .«reign l^utliof u fiii'pd,' ulso a stock of ready- W« • offer Our \viirk at New júJyi/dtK,: mfl'le liu^U MidHirUiierw. CM M.IS 'pl'iOÜHJ . ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 15 November 1865

..i 8. RINKER. I BV F. FLAKE & CO. GALVESTON if Moralttg, #vfr<!*nber 15. Fun'i Boixjrrm Orvzcx, Oct 25th, 1865. bliahera of the Lairs , L State* for the State of Texas by the BEoMtable Secretary of State, we respect- full/ intern all thoee desiring to become acquaint- ed with the national legislation for the pest five jean, that we will commence the publication of «aid laws in the Bulletin in about two or three weeks. Every law passed by Congress, every treaty, proclamation, etc., since the commence- ment of the late war, will be published in otur paper. Persons wishing to have the laws com pleta, would do well to subscribe to the Bulletin at once, as only a few hundred extra copies, contain 4ag the laws, will be printed. F. FLAKE k CO., Publishers. ' J .HifLiiW. Lfaelft Uw Tho Houston Telegraph expresses a hope that submitted a motion to require of the OUR NEW OFFICE.—The most com ptete In the State in all the branches of Newspaper, Book and Job Printing, in English and Ger...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 15 November 1865

■VJUJ! J!X'. [■ B 1&* fr^ni jícw York- 0,,^.)mpaa qf flake's bulletin.] Nkw Yobk, October 27th, 18C5. , i mv }«kst communication, urent excitement 4 íwei n Brooklyn «ml this oity, owing to « urted ai.peawnoe in the former place of ft * e r< f 0i ra. which han l«en for some time an- ciS.e„ wl hv a o irtidU of the metropolit in prens Ííh!ÍBrofikly 1 J®RU<* ^e World narrate that u v-Hfiil idiviiciuu hus declared the recent ticinran *fa >V<ee «ergiftut to be unmistakable cholera. l,f. ,s(ji,jiuent iu connection with the late conven- T of the B<*rd of Health, of Brooklyn, is the !,1v evidence upon which to ground a fear of the hi <lod wndemic. It the meetiug of the Board i! which 1 allude, on Monday evening, the possi- j litr «f tb« visitntiou of the cholera won gener- al admitted, and the sanitary condition of the itv-ctiH discussed with considerable earnestness. V ofcvsician, who had the superirteudance of a eliotorft hospital, in Brooklyn, when the epidemic occur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 15 November 1865

The «tete oí cg« in Bokni opening of tha naw year. The French government b*< pwfcüaied the pab lication of the Pope'# remark* reLuire to the m*- toaic ctnmaue* * the fanend of Marital Mag- nan, in wtich he indirectly censured the Emperm Napoleon for fcvoring aeeret societies. Several of tfle Hellenic Ministers hare resumed, and the Cabinet has beest entirely remodeled. The Emptror HniiniSh. i doing all be can to| mdnee atgneuluual iui2nigr.ition. In every " C0T70N KACTORS* GALVESTON, Ornc*-K*Hii'0 BniWing. np Sftairs. jaljtS __ lfdA,r JLABADJLK &. BABSTOW, Importer* aai I>ealer* ia Drap and Me*icl««s P*i t* Oil*, VAMMISIIES, COIMES. FIMJS JiJiICK, Garden Seed* •«., ate,. Cerner IIartel aad «d Sta,, G Airaron. Intó. M0W«V Charles Fred. JemST MERCHANT. a *• galveston, LIBERAL CASH ADVANCE ZTiJrfrot Ü'iSSSl r Jf COJrtlQJtMXM-TS ,o« i;The*a.ó.«oo¿^ar- Foreien and Doiumú. n-j 6CO. WfTUE JIAfLOS; COMMISSION MERCHANT, Strand. Caire#loa. Will altead strictly to all C« TTON, WOOL, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 16 November 1865

it If FLAKE'S DAILY BULLETIN. VOL. 1- GALVESTON, THURSDAY, NOVKMBE john woi.8t0k, c. 0. ^jcli. , ('kaki.km vllh)h. WOI.STON, WKLLS ft VIDOK, ObMERAl COMMISSION MEHCHANTS, Strand <lnlvcstoii,. lyjjl rec*h'(5 <Ail4otf and other produce for sale or w'nmient. >vill < xwitc order for Plantation supplies, n l uu aceoHl|)i "M by cash or ««cured by consignment {produce. Instructions will be implicitly obeyed, tumult side* pr«>W|«<ly.rtB^eiw?d, arid proceeds of 4 Htway rca 'y wluín paired for. je3G-*10rn 11 A L L I X (i li It & J A O K, Attounhys at Law, Galveston, Texas. ygf* At 'í! ¿¡r',oW jbJftce; Post Office Street. 11 «jintl b ie* WUEUK &iliONS(J LUIA NX, tfi'OT AND SHOEMAKERS, . ■•AWn.tiiM Tiíli; Htfrií¿; M.vbket' Sobekt, «¿alVCStOII, Texas, llave a largo stock of tlio best quality of domestic «ti 1 irriiiii 'Leather ou lianj, also a stook of ready- . ui<id«' BfwK-iiml G,\fiera, , "\W otlbr ou{ Wotjt at N«w '■ W-r iiA prices. " ' " jnfylfdly „ "ÁV «ALDWOBK,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 16 November 1865

The Convention. We learn that many leading men in the State gonthwick, a niece of H. Rosenberg, V FIJUbt¡7í7rrrr.T.V ... •• .8. RINKER. contemplate becoming candidates for seats in the PirmjiHKD BY W. rUKX * CO. Reconstruction Convention, to be convened by AVCTIO.X mm uin hours. She reached Key West safely on the J ^efoUowingi.aHstofherpa^ir^'oN ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ sale, "galveston: ins and two daughters, Mrs. E, Bremoud, two children and servant, Frit* Mohl, Mr. Emmerson, ortler of Governor Hamilton. The candidates Sheridan, Mr. Morrison, D. 0. Biddle, n- A. will not be alone of the Conservative or Union naneen, E. T. Barjtow, T. H. Borden and bwlv, Tkandfty Morning, November 16. acbool; but there is reason to believe that very ;Misa Carson, Ben. Dane, Richard Lincoln, Mr. '^TrrTrTiwu^*y*"rmany secessionists aud indeed many who were in Allent Mrs. Capt. Barnard, J. N. Nixon's New ' 14 Pine «uert. Boom 37, New York city.i* the Gen^rai the self-called Secession Convention of 1861, will j York ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 16 November 1865

( C'umnvJkicutai. I.otAL:ST~no. 3. TEXAS SECESSION NEWSPAPERS. "The tyrannous and bloody net is done; The iuoKt nrch deed of piteotiH massacre." The secession newspapers of the South, during1' 4i b relwlliout deserve particular notice, as thuy *erted an important and direful influence in that troubled period. These vile and unprincipled iLudereo of the most hateful despotism that ever curw-'d tliti earth, should not be so soon forgotten; **- Thrf steamship WILMINGTON will commence ^charging cargo at William's wharf, on Monday, Utli Inst.: consignees will please receive their freight as landed ou the wharf, as the vessel will not bo re- sponsible for loss or damage to goods after landod, and all good* remaining on the wharf after 4 p. u. will be stored at the risk and expense of owners, noviadot j. s. SELLERS A CO. Notice to Consignee). Th® Brig MA)¡| MUS, from Matamoros, irill com- •u HJM , _ vw.., nie,,(:c discharging on Tuesday; consignees are notifl- amUf htill any ghosts of them...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 16 November 1865

La bu xa ai & ülcGnr. COTTON FACTORS, GALVESTON, Officb—Kuhn's Building, up Stairs. juiySC Tho MomphU Appeal reappeared at Mcm- plm on the 5th inst. The &r*l number tfivea the following account of the WAnderinga and narrow eHcajH) of that journal: The pre upon which this number of the Appeal ig printed, and which will, we trust, yet itwue many thousand to be sratter«>4 broadcast through- out (lie Mississippi Valley, is the identical pi ' which left here in 18G2, a little before the oeenpu- tion of Memphis by the federal troops. It itfthe uiune presa from which was issued the Appeal at Grenada, and which retired from that town as the federal chvalry were approaching the northf han't of (he Tallahatchie, after Grant had drivou 'Po n- borton from Abbejrville. It is the same press, witn, _ ^ the same pressman—\ndy Harmon (may his days Dralkkb in Foreion asi Domestic Drí Goods. bo long and his shadow never grow less!) that was, HhU ftnd Cap8i Boots ami Shoes, Cióthing. Trunks,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 16 November 1865

fswa I. ThU leadinsr liof al. Rena*(Uri atf l «. W1MJ, FLAKE'S DAILY BULLETIN. S^TJFlPILjE]]\ÍHnsrT. fílLíESTON, NOVEMBKinr., 18(15. gJJJJÍ^lScScctioiis of Late J^ws. FOREIGN. Tho revolution in Now Granada is at an end, business ill that State is reviving. Tho Government of Chili is malting warlike prc- nitions, and will probably resist by force tho in- Wnity doinuuds of Spain. Should tho demands bo accoagd to, tho Chilians would inaugurate ro* volution. ' Tho Revolutionists hi Bolivia have lately mot ffith some succosses. The allied forces of ;Brazil, Uruguay and Argen- tine are marching on Asconsion, tho Paraguayan capital, which they will propably soon capturo. Tho war in Now Zealand is at an end, and tho ish troops are returning homo. —.«.the Fiji Islands a government has boon form-, od by the confederation of eight/ of fcho principal chiefs, under tho Presidency of Tho-Kom Bans. The Canadians aro very desirous for a now com- mercial troaty with the United States, asserting that...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 16 November 1865

|lil|)Ol lvlo tlllU 1/VttiVIB II* I IlUIWfcWU « «•••%< • W J^'fi Drusa and Mediciues, Paint Oils, IT- f^u!Jtot^^rtnc^& Uron., C. L. Pyron. HAfl Antonio, &HIP.\lf;jfT y '-y- MoKtnacy. AuBtjajTijgiijMjí- 6ioo,h. o. Wfeu>L jForetich and Domestic Ponv kve be St PaJ x 4 bo oj enate fc Jac' .en r that ler a Jeorg lion < DOllt AND L i Fin er of ction b tructioi many The U. S. Circuit* Court at Ruthlaud, Vt, lias declared unconstitutional the law art' Congress, making the order of the President a guaranty against prosecution for arrest, imprisonment, &c., during tlio rebellion.. A juryman in Richmond, Va,, was fined SS, on tlie üñth ult., for refusing to take the oath to sup- port the Constitution of the United States and the restored Government of Virginia. Hon. Walter A. Forward, Judge of the Florida Supreme Court, died in Savannah on the 19th ult. FINANCIAL. The pension grants Inst year amounted to but S5,000,000; nejt year they will amount to about $12,000,000. Tho ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 17 November 1865

i ¡ ■ I . " 11 voCT. «ALVISSTON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER if, 1865. C. O. WELLS, C|i\iu.Ks riDou. MAX OliW*i WOLSTON, WELLS A VI! OU, 0XXfiRAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Stin M d CJnJVCStOII. ivill receive Cotton and other . produce for unit or . ViniMit. Will "xecute orders for Plantation supplies, ' l,« , ricconipnoic^i by cash or secured by consignment •""«Sin.. Instructions will be Implicitly oheyed. ' HHi6H promptly rendered, aud proceeds óf ¿ >* iw yi r<'U 'y when culled for. je30-d0m B A t LT X G<?R R;&"HxrK , Attorn kys at Law, Galveston, Texan. At their old office, Post Office Street. jtlOmd WREDK &. JKLONSULMANN. BOOT and shoemakers, yj^WiixiAM Tell" Hotel, Mabset Sorest, fialvcston, Texas, llave a large stock of the beat quality of domestic tu 1 ireign Leather on blind, also ai stook of ready- nmJc Hoots uuU Gaiters. We offer our work at New Orl su* prices. Julyl7dly„¿ aThaldingeii, DEALER IN. China, Glass, Earthen, Bnttania ANO SILVER PLATED WARES, TOYS ANO FANCY ART...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 17 November 1865

rUKniilM ItlLETIN. FLAKE 8. EDÍKEB. OALVÍ.8 IONi Krttay M.rniBg, November 17 Agento. — Scott __ _ **!••■ fl Al*M 1 thiaJoaroal 24 Pin street, i, — ™«n R. Sherwood, Esq , i >7, New York city, in the General _ i l for the cities of New York, , Philadelphia and Baltimore. mr Meaara. Hertzberg A Simon are onr duly au- thorised eft'nta for Ban Antonio—for the "Union" M wiH aa the Bulletin. Ifassas. O'Baia* A Co., are onr only authorized ogenta for the city of Now Orleans. /r We have secured the «enrices of Mr. Wliill- 0|i>, Esq., of the N. 0. True Delta, as assistant in the editorial department of (bis paper. Mr. Whilldin arrived an the Bellvidere yesterday, and will enter «pon hi* duties to-morrow. _ Any person having a good dwelling for lent will please communicate with M. Whilldin, •I the office of this paper. ftt- Bee new advertisements—schooner Sarah Haría is up for New York. Bee notice of German Almanac for 1866 for sale at this offloe—wholesale or retail. N. Lidstone, Esq., ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 17 November 1865

I of the week nil round, it is bs satifif actory ai tton facte BV TELEGRAPH Special Dispatch to Flake's Bwlletlu. Austin, Not. 16th, 1865. Governor's Proclamation issued. Election qn . 8th of January. Convention meets on the 7th ofFebriuay. Judge Pasolial publishes an address to the paoi'k- K Arrifal oí the Steamship Belvidere. TWO DAYS LATER NEWS. From the New Orleans Times of the 14th, for •hich we ure indebted to A. M. Bo wen, Esq., Pur- 8er of tlie steamer Belvidere, we extract the fol- lowing: Washington, Nov. 13.—There is general indig- aHnn in government and diplomatic circles at 5f?wiuiton attack of Spain on Chili, the Spanish i wkudiug qúodron consisting of seven vessels. The greatest unanimity prevails among the G Governor Hahn has just returned from Lonisi- — -econstruction "rebels" In one parish, ho says, «na. He represents the reconstruction ^ming there very badly- In one pansl ^ , ♦hev met in convention and re-established slavery llv formal enactment aiíd resolution. O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 17 November 1865

I«w and Other Itriu*. John L. been elect^l U. Hon. B. F. till the va- O'Neal. ►rtou have in- to Nebraska, te farmers in that territory. Prince Clotilde, will visit will there meet the Ukazan & McGar. COTTON FACTORS, GALV OrriQf—Kulin'* Building, «p jul y28 tfd&r LAB A DIE *. BARSTOW, Importers and Dealers iu Drug and Medicine , Paints Oils, VA J(XISUES, VOLOItS, FIRE MUCK, Garden Seeda, etc., etc,, Corner Market and 52d Sto., GALvasron, Texas. auoSwA.'tf with the Prince* j early in October, and ; and qneen of Portugal. A girl, 16 year* of age, overcome with n ge at being woreted in a «range with her sister, com- mitted snicide in I opinm. , , i fiats and Caps, boots and Shoes, Ciotblng. Trun The body of an unknown man has been found Laj.e, ' and Gentlenieu'i FurniKUiug Goods, « te., at ii uting in Lake Michigan, with his hands pinioned DAWinn t- nri! KIT AUDTS OLD STAND, and a deep gash across bis forehead. Kraft fc Thottim. Ya, by swallowing ly FortomT and Dcammc DkT Goodh....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 17 November 1865

(jfchlluau liill 110tel, market ¡squeet, <ujr «t4in__- . ,„_rt. „., j ^ SURGEOV * wn nnvtuoijixT FLAKE'S DAILY BULLETIN stj^^tjesjs/cehspi?. GALVESTON, NOVEMBER 17, 1865. ^srr- JLate liy Mail. From Western papers of the 4th and 5tli Just., I wo extract the following news: Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 4.—Tho Chamber of I Commerce of Nashville and Memphis, Gov. Brown- low, and the members of tlip Legislature had a grand banquet at the St. Ootid Hotel last night.— Speeches were made by Gov. Brownlow, Hon. I ;or(lan Stokes, Neil S. Brown, Judge Urien, Gen. Fisk, Hon. II. Harrison, the Mayov. of Nashville, I Mat. Brown and others, '.the festivities were ' prolonged until 4 o'clock a. m. New York, Nov. 4.—The occupant of the house in Washington, where President Lincoln died, hns uinde a claim for damage done to tho room and furniture on the night ol' the assassination, Relio hunters would buy the furniture at a high price.— Large numbers usit Ford's Theatre daily. Ninety-six medical officers...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 17 November 1865

, there is a family I n and her sister have | f the household, family." The pr The selectmen [orous patriarch " them that if ¡sting of 14 chil [wn for support. to the town ail work out ita | a rare occnrre snowed hard * day, and lad border town1 tn the capital icient snow to |merry music In the nq It of the hill* ie Bnow. Oscar I/an- ive the larges of over sevev, Ity, California choice dairj land, ten th to sheep g ;o milk upw devote the the crib t aders not ' f success. Ijh into the the first x the water I thousand Inlarged to lwater will lows six I er from t ste and f sm which py a streau murder' half keg ehed, wai In house, le mor mi [building lostly mu |ed aroun i to say, Cash for Hides, Wotfl, and other country Produce. •- - -'V '- ■" hl 1 "1- " • - i 'mm 'm and fo; Is. CO Flour, ?ar Cur Starch, ass'i j Sari ■boxes W Ig, No Ma lest ngl Si (3BNKRAI, COMMISSION MKRCIIANTS, AND LONDON, ■ Irl? OB CURBBNCr. The Pacific squadron will coi ing named vessels : Powhattafi, nAal)(ri carom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 18 November 1865

FLAKE'S DAILY BULLETIN. VOL. I. GALVESTON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1865 jgkltwolston, ci a' wk1','a charles vijiok. irOLSTOW, WELLS ék VIDOR, QttfmAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Striind Galveston. Will recavo button und other produce tor. Bale or h-ameut. ^ "*l'cute < derH for Plantation supplies, 11.L.. ncfiiiupit'H^I liy cauli or secured bv consignment i r«MlMC«. Instructions will be implicitly oHaycd, .¿.mat sales promptly rendered, and proceeds of i Its ainayx r«*u 'y whea called for. jeStf-dttin BAÍ, LINGER & JACK, Attornkys at Law, Galveston, Texas. At their old office, Post Office Street, j 11 Hind ~ . ' ^WREDE & KONSULMAHHf, b( ot and shoemakers, y^wlluim Tell' Hotel, Market Sqreet, <2111 vest o ii, Tchh, Have a law t«ck of the best quality of domestic «n r ireigu Leather on hand, ulso a stock of ready- made and waiters. We offer our work at Niw Orl «.ih price*. julyHdly^ A. MALDINOEIt, dkalkk in X'liina, Glass, Earthen, Brittania and silver plated wares, TOYS AND FAN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 18 November 1865

mm DinjB .. 7^. .... .8. RINKEB. pvbluihkd by f. flake & CO. GALVESTON: Saturday Morning, November 18 r. Conway h as '^ac wlédce^the zei . awyTbut cannot give°bi c/edit for any great amount at discretions—A' 0, Timor. # ¡ If the Mr. Conway tlhided to, ii the Her. Thos. IW. Conway, of the Frecdmen's Burean. His zéal was sadly perverted, and of discretion he had Oeinral Af¡ent . — Bcott 24 Piue strot t, li.- |[cnu. — imiv H. HllorWOod, Es J , i tuom 37, New York city, in the Gem-ral While many factors are confidently expecting an • advance, and holding accordingly, huyera gener- ally look for a still further decline, and hence our market ia in an unsettled condition We repeat our quotations of last week, which must be con- sidered as only approximating, aa price® are very irregular, middling having been sold at 28c., and even lower, and again at 30®81c., while to-day inside figures can only be obtained, and many buyers unwilling to operate even at those figures. The President neve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 18 November 1865

From New York/ p,pecUL COBBK rON pNCK OB KIAKli's BULLETIN.] New Yonir, Oct. 30, 18G5. The great excitement consequent upon the re- r* of th« cholera. in our midst, was somewhat VHaved at the recent meeting .of the Health Com- 'm simmers, of this city, Mayor Unnthor presiding, !md Mayo '1* Wood, of Jirooklyn, and Cleveland, of Jersey ¿¡V participating in tho proceedings. The Lees in Brooklyn und Seventh Avenue, represented t<> b cholera, were pronounced, by Dr. bayer, our rwident physipian, to he cholera morbus. Doctor gayer, and other aeientilic gentlemen, who ad- d essed the meeting, did not apprehend the ap- , roach of cholera before spring, by which time ap- p opriate sanitary precautions might be adapted p event the propagation of the dread epidemic. JDii Say r insisted we should not only keep the city iu ttte most healthful condition, but observe unus- ual vigilance to prevent the importation of cholera. <Wh&2° °¿eightrne yearB at his reaidence, Cambridge Massachu...

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