ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Flake's Daily Bulletin Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 662 items from Flake's Daily Bulletin, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
662 results
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1865

H r *■*£%, to Be *tres,") license. will i,f n .t les thin 20 ions, At Austin, A- ;frai a tónio, l^uredo, Victoria, Corpus Christi and qaantity wiJ be wbipp.ad for market Inaianula tlut section than ever before. An* J'ro|>.M ls Tor e >ch clat-a to be modo sepa- lie- a ¡¿reat. deal, who ttie. lext. nt rately, and Kiiitfc be nceompan edby u j>Uar- ~ 1 horetof >re <s c'naidered. L st antee as folows; • * ® h fUtiona on the Central. " WV, the undersign 0 hereby gu&ranta . j n wli> h over two hundred in case the for-g ing bid of—- be ac- > ii ma d bi res were shipped. cep < d, it shall be fulfilled according t<> it 'ti ue iniDori and coiditioiiS; also, thai « ho usa d b . re s were shipped. cep d, it shall DO nunuea accor un- *«> u# .1 j in j. i. i ii ' '...['.iju'j 'tn>w import and eou!itioi:S ; also, thai a. Ortfic* Ob' I'hovoht Marshal 1 knkral ) written contra tshal be executed, with uood District ok Texas. >• and sufficient bonds, for iw ce ...

Publication Title: Flake's Daily Bulletin
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1865

•* • VOL. 1. ortt.'ck ok pkoVOIIST-ii aashali oknesak, ) Divn.iot or Tax as, V June 23d, IMC. i The following in «published for the information of all concerned: General Orders JTo. 4-[Extmst.] ' # # • o • • • The above mentioned, and all ether persons luring in their dossessiou pabilo property of any description whatever, as arme, horses, munition, etc., formerly ^¿longing to i!«e so-cull ád Confederate States, or State „l fftxurt, will immediately deliver it to the proper Uni- foti ftUteu officvr si the nearest of above mentioned iilaecs. • When they of tr n«portii full report When they cannot.carry it, and haye not the means I , órtofits oharat ty, As. irtinglt, they wlU make to the same officer a ; of its character, quantity, location, seonri- ' am persons Mt complying promptly with this order, will be arrested as prisoners of war and sent North for iuipi HOutuent, and their property forfeited. * • * * • + .* P,v command of Major-General Granger. . ' F. W, EMERT, Major A A. A. G...

Publication Title: Flake's Daily Bulletin
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1865

Mb j t ' •;It: M: Mior,p nt. m JE. Fletcher. _JMrpbfcx ffííMUW*H¿ of the* ♦ Iettiou by a pertiou oí ¿lie r-r • " hceu recognized by. President binding"; for the whole State of has promised to support SiPfWSnl be IWe chastening of the rod [uently he thought best a of F H. people of t of the Matamoros Ran 5th, 7fh and 8th. We item.: ite j We are in '¿Hefro, M allow.—extract the _ IHMB8,.. master of Ahout ojie o'clock ye te*dar morning, owe it, and ^ steafobróat FanuieFisk, Marrineaux, ipf discipline master, while lying at the L ^ee Wan di* thought that a C(>ver©d on fire. The alarm brought out Upon the weak- sufficient helj to st y the flames, which tad ti e preservation !0htained a pretty severe h >ld on the side of house. Conse-: the boat. After the fire was extinguished onglit best administer to his^„ exao|fc tion was .made and every thin| ;ter-haíf " a dose of that, which wise waa l|eftd to be in,a state of perfeet or- lomon has said if spared " will ¿p il the ^er and sec ch...

Publication Title: Flake's Daily Bulletin
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1865

ftvArU that the war was " forced apon _ , ihe "Woody murderer . The Bishop iu ano-J p. tere .—Mr J Or ihcr paitoról withdrew thf pennisíion, and tfhe •• SBUfi? ^"'1? reotar of 6t. David, after a manly protest, which} , ^ *"« iarD®,tl- appeared in the papers, was compelled to resign ff" " kí e Aíí i'1' H® 8?em )hp charge, and to acknowledge the right of the , W th® ooutUhaa been sufficiently punish IlitihoD to interpolate hi excuse for treason f«l e*dy, and hia general Yiews are given Gillqt e follows : " interpolate liitnai of centurias Itirfhop upon the liitnai of centuries Mr. Uillet e «•lected to resign. at)d we aré told that, invited by I lie vestry or the C'hurcl, Bishop Gregg took sole charge, of the pulpit, where he eonTd reg- ularly indulge his penchant for stump speaking. It is due to this Prelate, who lived two cen-' furies after his time to say that he was among 1 lie first to firiuff the br. eze fraught with dan- «>r, and that ne repealed his obnoxious prayer with the...

Publication Title: Flake's Daily Bulletin
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 18 July 1865

Proposal* for each class to be made _ Jrately, and m*«t be accompanied by a guar- \J for thna. follow.: .« ottered « prise Of M ^ undersigned, hereby guarantee, i not corrode steel jn ^ jj,e foregoing bid oí—— be ac ceptcd, it aball be fulfilled according to itfi - true import and conditions; also, (bat written contract shall be executed, with good and sufficient bonds, for twice the amount of the contract. á Names i f I ( Guarantors. J All bidders Anal give their names mfull, Ornes o* paotoet Marshal Cxneral Bf cot or Tsias. *, June 28th, 1865 i, formerly slaves, are earne&tlj rty ■***< to remain with their former masters w under such contracts as may be made for the)also state their place of residence and bus- and present time. Their own interest as well-as iness. that of their formpr masters, or other parties . requiring their services, • renden such a 'course necessary, and of vital importance ¡4 included' until permanent arrangements are mado un* who di*- der the auspice...

Publication Title: Flake's Daily Bulletin
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1865

—i— :o.'i GALVESTON, WEDNESDAY, J un Otk'lOÜ OK I'ko\OHST-MARSHAI, GCNKHAB, i DÍ8TIUCT OF TKXAH, V June 23 d, 18(55. ) The following' is republished for the informution of ii'l oorKerned s Grnei al Orders No. 4—[Extract.] * * • • • * The above mentioned, and al! other persons having in their dossesslou public property of any description whatever* as arma, horses, munition, etc., formerly belonging to the so-called Confederate States, or State of Texas, will immediately deliver it to the proper Uui- ted States officer at tho uearest of above mentioned plaeea. When they cannot carry it, and have not the means of transporting it, they wi l make to the same officer a full report of its character, quantity, location, securi- ty, &c. * All j)or on« not complying promptly urith this ord«r, will be arrested as prisoners of war aud sent North for tuipriftouweut, and their property forfeited. * « • • • • ♦ * By command of Major-General Granger. P. W. EMERY, Major & A. A. Gen. A strict...

Publication Title: Flake's Daily Bulletin
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1865

frjS Hfl ." . ^ '■ vWI domes 8T0Nr inn .. 19, 18C5 „ ^-CV. --jived London Times en- of the leaders of seces secession with the right of revolution. John G. Breokinridge, orre of ihe prominent leaders made a speech in Kentucky juM before he seceded, in which he said : "If, for instance, I should think it my duty to join in this work of revolution, and if it should fall to my lot be captured on the ¿tield of battle, you cannot try me as a trai tor, you must treat me asa prisoner of war." The London Times discussing this sub- ject says : "The legal question as to the right of se cession has always been doubtful, the ma- jority of American lawyers inclining to the belief that if not allowed it was tfot prohi- bited by the Constitutional Compact. It would therefore bo the most glaring injus- tice to treat this secession as an ordinary uprising against authority. The good sense of the American people will, no doubt, re- strain them from the mistaken policy of mii i ■ «I , UflWTUey Ilicv#l...

Publication Title: Flake's Daily Bulletin
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1865

LOCAL INTFÍJAGENCK. 1 ABakk Ami )ttE.~We n c .informed liy tli-mate of the s eamtug Gen. Sluuiuun, that a ba k went ashore, Monday, uight, on the N' rili Breakers. Venter Jay morning the Gen. S. attempted to go fo her rc^ef, but w is unable to cms -the bar on accouut ól'. the heavy sea. Her sails and colors were sot whim discovered, but pn account of the distance those om boajd the Gi'n. Sherman were nnabl^t> dotetinine her nationality. ]I(: also informs us that th «re has been a veiy h *avy gale blowing outside for the last four days, so that vessels have bean unable to come into pprt. We have no new from New Orleans tíoine three or four véasela «re -expected daily. Since writing the above wo learn that the aboye was an English bai que, from St. Johns,'loaded with lumber, and bounds for Galveston via How Orleans. She had on board threw passengers, together with the Captain's wife. The steam tug Fletcher brougut the passengers and crew, number- ing eight, to town yesterday evenin...

Publication Title: Flake's Daily Bulletin
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1865

ibusi- from exceed or license, of ten dollars any one person, to all business to irm or company on a i payment of such ' irtine.ss d >ne upon or company States; and such be required only from the t business, and not from ittb- iload. That great man \e consolidated r. His memory 'rench nation, as 8, 6 per cent. on gross receipts, 3 per cent. Pine*cut tobacco, see "Tobacco." Fire insurance companies, on dividends, •cent, srved, ad valorem, 6 per cent. cempt. Flax, manufactures of, not otherwise spe- cified, 6 per cent. Do., prepared for texile or felting pur- poses, is not to be considered a manufacture until actually woven or felted into fabric for consumption. Flour, made from grain, is not to be con- sidered a manufacture. Freestone, dressed, hewn or finished, 3 6-10 per cent. Fruits, preserved, 6 per cent. Furniture, made of wood, sold in the rough or unfinished, 6 per cent. Do., on which a duty has been paid, when sold in a finished condition, on increas- ed value, 6 per cent....

Publication Title: Flake's Daily Bulletin
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 20 July 1865

p4B B £ 1JM «i Íjí 8/ * .TT"T * "■ 'Til i#- FLAKE'S DAILY BULLETIN. ■ 1 V OL. J. GALVESTON, THURSDAY, JULY '• (), 18(>5. NO. SO. rm..~ oi'i'itk ni'' i'iiovuiiht'Mauxiiai, (Jbskuak, > , DlSTIUCT iii' 'i'kxah, illiili! 2'ltl, 1805. ) following Is ropulillslietl for the Inl'uriuitllun u! a'l emuurneil : |Br/i''i'tií Orders Xo. 4—[Extinct.] * * * . * * * ifflie iilmve iiii'utionoil, nnil nil oilier liermitin having In their (lonsi'ssi.iii pulilic [iropurty of any description wuiiirviT, as nrnm, luirnos, niiuiltloii, c tc., formerly 1j0|hii/¡iik to tlic simmIL'iI «"mifi'iliM-ati- Stilton, or State IfflTi'Xiis, «III i in tu i'tl in t i-ly ili-'II vor it I" the proper Uni- ted Sillies ollli'ur nt Ilit) lie ¡iff.-.t o(nliovo nientionuil pin i-1 i. ..Win*it tlii'y cnuuiit carry It, «tul linvo not tlio mentis of tniii-portliijí It. tlu-y wlil iniiko to the sumo officer « full report of Hs cliiiruutor, quantity, location, uoeuii- fflm, k v. ■ :Ai; |M'i'mins not complying promptly with tl...

Publication Title: Flake's Daily Bulletin
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 20 July 1865

Itnxci 111 un kle-go Í' «'iij y ■i! 1)V Nell « fruí AT TO UN K Y B AT LAW, I «wi «« Kjrcny givau ... ..... " tk Tu>:«m Tor M'5 aro now <luo at thi«* l ha U illá^A Oe kyj.L gp#a Jto , .i.jJIcctfoiij? until Ihoy Will 1101 liU any- way except as employees of tho govern-1 Th abovejnentionm! .linhlU- • anw #" • -4* '—i nil j n. . paid laxos a. cord1' |freii wht<^' ri^ |s i to lliii' flVj lltt) (gh Inty /OOj I fcti mm t gtl lOO i light-. |t 150118 . Slllto \ líicll tll\ bclive fi'4 Jilo citiai |n lliu St. month' it to ■only KU8 U Jiplel t oar, [irovi [to bi (dot, | elei |vcr i t'i Ito mil It wc r ne us UUF Pre- ludio lit 111 ■•««! Isci.- lupcf |llt of , Rial I, fur i I old t 18C5{ ling Id Hllltii (ju27 low naalUy,] fori Iqunllt^jj lOtIN 1805—tl*1 from 38 \ i and w« fitcring j I mi/ tb BUan* i and Sfv.. ItH* ciirirt of r >um St, Julia the Pub1' lit ftlffSKt Ol t' J -in i'.«roo, wti Iniuiulcil or r IBI'illllllU,!)' Jiiit«(i St* ™« npon now c!« lytinnlly nt (•«, muí tl( Tve lioun...

Publication Title: Flake's Daily Bulletin
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 20 July 1865

fj" I ÍJl M "J8" Hj" " .Xj \/ q, « * LUC A L INTELLIGENCE, <JUO. WYTHE It A YI.OJS, It E 0 E I V i N G, F 0 It \V A It DI 2s G AM COMMISSION Mb: it CHA N T, Siriiiul, Galrctto.i. lioloavc to Inform hi ', friend* gotipralty, iinrt "tlie — un Monday night luxf. Home twenty sol- ilii.'i-- entered i:io snloou «limited vii tlio cornerj in' Treino,it ami .Markel Htreets, anda«ikoil for : ■ ¡ií'->r. Till.1 )iro|iricU>r replied thttljio had ])o i: ¡vi* order- from (iic i'rovo.st Marshal (jmiernl, f nbiddir.!'Mn> to soil liquor !o tiny soldier. They • uteil "lltey were iliiíbitilded Holdlers, lorm rly lines'1 c«¡ui*.'¡nlly, (.lint ho Inn u|i.nicil u gunct'itl Fue- In t'nl, 1 ,:iuv III ¡n'd Uogiment " 'I'llh wuriliiij! mi l O.nmnlsikm In,-'',:,cm*, llo will ultniiil i.r .¡I' M't ir replied'• It made no dill'erenco, lltev■ t-triuHy"tu ull cotton', wiml, ur iirmhieu fnrivimb',! to i 1 i,, tin.' ui.ii', ,,i tri,,,,. ti,, „ i «i Iiiiii lur Hbipuu'.nt or sal#. Will uIku uxaciil order -...

Publication Title: Flake's Daily Bulletin
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 20 July 1865

ft!i 111 lili MIAU' Igtí M i'llj y 'I l'V lily-one, yo >rs old, titila ü lii 0 "(y fi I t:iX<í^ " I) wl " Weill A . ■-rs¥mYTtn , I AT TO H'N-Ji Y-H- AT J/A'Wr, "J¿{ti:"T T x««for Mi¡5 aro now 4a at tlil* i í;/.: v1/, nnr.r.tiC'TlXG AOWXS.V^'nfPjl « • k«|it ripea l'"i': MltiM'tloiiij until any way exoapt^as employoob of the govern-1 t Tin uOiive.inotitionmi, «ktil ...—~ '-n If i t'- ns'v Uto , i tliu Ivo flT 1 cil i'Á. lio 8fc loitfJ-' I Ivl Mr |KI4 ■ l í Icr l>f I 8 |G5 í hln. M ■or H |N 1 -ti J'OM ti 11 1 nd Sf Icnrgit of |8l,-íohn% ie rnf llffeit of Ifufuo, r ldocl o"' linns, o i thi ward id It «1 lo pay Uon. : «ring l| crtrlcoí un ifuiarily ralaloi lalnaan iiv sor llf to un An n a X 1 1 . - - - -. - - -- nf M..I Ws tlian 20 tons, nt Austin, Sun An- Tlio Noli o n o I T o x Lo w . *í*¿ '«f V"""*" VicU""' ^C""S" compi.ktf. jii.pimbuticjil summary or 'precodng live years, shall be deducted, but aJ)1'ino " v .. . i,ii' r./rmiAV awik 11 ... it i. hat hi .icnsfsf.a. norms aku e...

Publication Title: Flake's Daily Bulletin
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 21 July 1865

from «r £ eu *g Edition of jreaWda tzr Cápt: B.'*\ command of the Texas división Gulf Squadron, and étationed offGalveston, sail- ed on Sunday last for Key Wrst in his flog, ship the 4• 1?ort Jackson" to assume com- maud of the pastern portion of the Gulf tíouadrori. Captáih T. H. Stevens com man ding the U. S. Sloop of war Oneida, succeeds Capt. Sands in theJcóihraand of the Texas Division Gtilf ¡J tlUlfr'"1 '.() ? «1 | -:v jy We are indebted to Captain T. H. Sevens, commanding fleet off Galveston, for a file of New Orleans papers up to the 14th iust. ÜJT The Opvcrnpasnti Uansport steamer Tappahannock, from N,«W Oceans, for Bra- zos Santiago, with a.batto! y ^ artillery and a lot oíanles oft, hoard, touched at Our wharf iliis 11 A. M., to forage. No papers by this boat. FIVE DAYS LAÍÉR TE LEU H i I'll IC. Fróm X. Oil. papers of 12th, Í3th and 14th inst. Xem York, june 6,-^e Herald:* Rich- mond correspondent says in consequence of rlunors in that city on Monday last, that the negroe...

Publication Title: Flake's Daily Bulletin
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 21 July 1865

tQMHMK belonging to was extinct, and er for burial, the rough hai.d f r that purpuse. riba execution were per Mar feet. ancocfc is expected ordered Northsoou, Boyal to guard this to the IgftjrJ Ag^nleil tn i Mr, Xiuhjoun's . pa* ed,123 to 3 . The resolution jre «me i ;de; 8 Coinm't. Ltt¡e_— ■■ «aid that Payne last night made a state- n behalf of Mrs. SUrrett, exonerating her from complicity, and that another person sub- scribed to the affidavit impeaching the testimo- ny of an important witness against her THE NORTH AND ORLEANS. „ from our friends in the papera up to the Otfc instant, eVening papers op to the e take the following addi- . ... 5 —At two o'cloekthis'after- ke oat in the fourth story of the JM .Washington Aven«e"and~ Green street, entire! destroying the fourth Boor. The JfitcheU's oc- two stories, and the four floors ia each are with furniture valued at not leas than $100,000. They were insured here and at Cin- cinnati A ftré broke out at 5 o'clock yesterday morn* insr ...

Publication Title: Flake's Daily Bulletin
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 21 July 1865

. :> ''-v'' •• . 4,.r | i ' • < fu.<s to Livingston & Co., N • ¡iS&Stá...« . -*-nt consisting of mir-eion, couhisuug 01 vui. u.i 1100K.it. T. Battle and other , to proceed to Wash- ing on to confer with the authórit¡"8 on <l¡e subject of confiscation. The tide t>f emi- e^j^t f;„d gration from the free States having a'ready place, of business and j«u b0t in, and as many important cases are piftyouihands in your into Jjrt Budii g the settlement of this question, the "you /have forgotten your poc as not a dime in it, begging|Sub Res*. Do not say you have mmTAT„ Y ,<t been sipk for a dy or two, when you appear portion of 5Srí¿5! with red eyes, and shaky nerves in the morn- , i*g, for all know you have been,drunk Sub " ^19J3t Rosa. When you visit ladies do not have yquv mouth,filled with aromática, claiming fou* loto.IV.b to have the ' toothache," for they know tou ?íth„8íí,oa?'Nc8-10 b st interests of the State require an under j whan you know you never bad cin...

Publication Title: Flake's Daily Bulletin
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 21 July 1865

neck, Mm. Surratt's the section of the ola i their U4 , c>JL r AND PHY8I0IAK, Post Office street, Galveston Bed bd board furnished If ft Co. i the MARBLE YARD, Centre onea prepared N MERCHANT Í ■H E?,CHA,1T'8' 'a/ueaton, Texas. i P1i. . .T. Vtoii fork ft Zigler, COTTON BROKERS, buvh toi bill! í vi ( of'Galveston, has resumed the business of Insuring against Fire, Marine nnd Inland Navigation Risks, with capital unimpaired, and assets well secured, con- sisting tíf Stock Nptes,, ¡•■'•v.u......... .$120,000 00 Loans on real estate, good stocks, aftd cash , over .i... ,i....:. .. 100,000 0b The Company will grant policies on cotton in pass- es, on merchandize in store, and produce in course of transportation,.at their former reasonable rates; also, in Marine Risks to and from the port of Galveston. i Office In this city for the purpose of Cotton, anu from thalr long ex- trad a, feel assured they can give satisfaction<o those whoiliay entrust tliem with their business. jnlSd-wtf R...

Publication Title: Flake's Daily Bulletin
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 21 July 1865

. 1 PT A *7 v. r^" th- Vhv ,d. •s I t' a ' tllH w'. i 1 eted. cept 4 Ü •i kAS.I fiintry. Army i.ni liu' S014I1. A. I!. I inn for irivnte u Gov- ny and n route iOVl'l'U- of till' Navy nniiií i'i will In' erninst- > Army he (riiv • rmast'.'v ,T:U • f, i7.ii. ' "3 FLAKE'S DAILY BULLETIN". VOL. i. GALVESTON, FRIDAY, JULY '¿I, 1865. NO. 31. [Krum our tit titling Kditlon of yesteiday.] KV Capt. 13. F. Sands, the past year in command of tlio Texas Division Giilf Squadron, and stationed off Galveston, sail- ed on Suiiduv last for Key West in his flag- ship tho "l'orl Jackson" to assume com- mand of the liiisiern portion of the Gulf Squadron. Captain T. li. Stevens com- manding' the u. S. Sloop of war Oneida, succeeds Capt. Sands in tho command of the Texas Division Gulf Squadron. We aro indebted to Captain T. II. Siuvuiis, commanding fleet off Galveston, for a file of .New Orleans papers up to tho 14th inst. iff?"' Tho Government transport steamor Tappahannook, from Now Orleans, for bra-...

Publication Title: Flake's Daily Bulletin
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 21 July 1865

. A ■■■■■'tía **_" imu*i ,«áUM'i*' 4)1 -'''''" i"* : tT ~ ;;;• X&gfzZx,.] Itott °J' L ¡a iií i *i( Tin í'iiyér . f wHiivit p «e«« or 'permite from Uwli employ -i |J£; " , ■- t j ' j flrs ;..ul. u,coui/r«(/ttlu ¡II building t #;arops j A|lh,,u«li iU«ir lo ft-,.m o,r|P I i-«. t«" i AMI) WOJtmO* I 1 ; t I'M in i ti 'If 'V 1 1 111 f. r) 11 I I Ta I I 1 LI \ y -V.A- !, fa S| t sml The National Tax Law COMMKTB ALPHABKTICAt. tUMMARY Of RATKK LICHXhrx, OUTI/H AJfU t.XCIHKH !MPOtt'D: L. Hrolcern, $óü. Hroknrn, pawn, iming capital not exceed in.-. $.00,000, $50. Broker , pawn, u*ii)(f capital in bxccbs of |,„ 1H going after Augusta, Florence or riguihittons rendered necessary >y the ui>pri>avliuitf llul"- $.*>0,000, for every additional $1,000 in ex r.ifHi uf 850,000, a-¿. Howling alley , for each all«*y, 810. Huildein, of nliip*. houses, etc., 825 lintehors, see " Butohnrc." Cattle broker , whoso annual alen do,not excoud «¡10,000; 4>10 (Jattla brokei'8, exceeding ® 10,000...

Publication Title: Flake's Daily Bulletin
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1865

hsvlng r nroed busin JI | .. j'rt*b*tr^*fa «,onM#*et titrecL Oatvfton nextJoor to H-tto*enbergViitore, Si %{m<* to attend to all vprk in tííoir Une, *romp<y. * *• reaanttí ble rates. Galveston, June 20, 18W. t-wlm ISAAC MOSES Ac CO., COMMISSION ItfeBCHAlsiTS <)Ai AJH> • 'j \¡¡pi, ' • i-i COTTON FACTORS, STB AND, COftNER TWIÍNTY-SKOOND 8TREKT, Galveston, Texas, < ' I i',: AND ■ * ^ ^ , w v. , , NO, 13 CARONDELET STEET, JÍctfr Orleans, La. jttWrtlmi WV . ' W* ;y>'* 1 , • '""."■■i u *®wf. w&ttfB COMMISSI^ Bepsleave to info._ meas4' especially, thai warding nd Cortmi stfiotly to all cottpn, woó . him for shipment or salev Will for planters and inland by ooasitfouients of produce or o Longcope, Houston; Vanci & Br J. MoKinney, Austin. Doctor Greenville SURGEON -¡Klip' ííjl' ' Office: Masonic Building, Post Office street, Galvei Private patients 'taken. maySltf attend Prm shall not tté orders embracing all Bod and hoard furnished i( necessary. rom one plate Unite...

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