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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 28 February 1866

,IlE Sl'FFBAOEi \V UC.IO H C IIO O L H ■Special to Uulluliu,i 1 1 Avhtiw, Feb. 24. , Ddoeuei' of Bexar, presented minority Mr' V VcoBuiitt. ■' ou Legislative Depart. f"'' i, resolution tlwt so-uiuehof reporta fut ...... llB i'l.ites to the right of Suffrage r'oU""', ,di-ot committee with iústruc- r taieUt u ninendnifut to provide for rl,,tive admission of freedn.cn to the r LftViv'c. Committee on Ednciition f'^fü favor of Public Schools i"'rte(.mmi7#d in every county, to bo sup- f'Sy «oliool lands and direct taxes on the , dso tlwt superintondents of public in- K, ;,! bo appointed, to bold office four j!w, with a salary of not less than two thou- Ih/d^muoI' offered a resolution that no ml)' excluded from giving evidence in |;l'rtK on account of race and color, lie- The ConVeution went into committee of the hole on General Provisions of the Constitu- ! Subject under discussion, article on simen; several speeches were made, but no Irion taken. Some were iu favor of giving L negro the ...

Publication Title: Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 28 February 1866

Ütíi 3- a y fttB * —H fT*P (ríteiJL JBUlfc*"1 *rtl twr ' 'ftWÍ; Él i 'Htiiif1 - '*« " wof "-tif W- ! T4' - .--iJJIt 1-rti JMTIO. 2Ur 2iw m juiumMnii ui I .. 'i i. --■ t,11.. 111 < lull ni. TOUnil. i iiil£ Hllt triíi * vv. u< sinr cumuiou. tu* aitr tur «OU .t tsBfcll i , *er* tur i>J* SLAJNT •tafuw.HH, ^>iUi M..U- Bfe U' «tiltil Ut . Jr. <3«¡uu V. I 'lilUHUlJl u iiurau. tMUBUS.1 ÍW «USUU-lít". *. M* (MM* 'tf' ( .««■WW - " t b> - J* ;* ■ I ♦stata. m !Ü ' M jí MC O "Ik!/ «nv-ruHi i. •AUA &* &- Wiil U íii Vk* -WMÍ- jrtum ! fe* 'M --tMT r-faf « *llil«* -raí- v IMuw Mitar «nt J*."¡ty r)M Hit—*"*"'i|f " jhuüWi t-ui «ui . Mtt I tlffrt M* tütfiWl '211 i/iiilUTllMiiOUi a«*V tu* 4*1*1 UiiMt- II.1111 Mt, '-.'««uaiiim. tf iiíitiHMt i«t|mtui iuiti rifwui tuu 1ut -«MC >.«qui viin u i tuMitauij WKI* U> •• !«■ «i irr-jrit. tw (til tul nir-i luuÍiu; las <T" r*futiuii lü" rmunt 1-ruli tm "tain Usli+'Mimt- jutj itr «utiiiUm huí w* l v ni lúa; «Bit «ítillv mniinli Y, v...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 28 February 1866

MOIMKNTS IN UGB> t \V Henderson, of Harris county, Wthatf&.f'coiiveutloni ■ i I,ml occasion to hoar your remarks m •Sir-1 mi the auieudtnent ol Jiulgo the 0?n\h .1 to tln« resolution ordering tlio I A. 1" ,('H)o eoples of the Governor' Mes- priD""?ii°ch amendment proposed the printing ^'lü MpleHofsoid Message in the Gorman OÍ 5üf! ,'i'1, hinguugos. Von said that yon nail hlH,fr printing public documents in t'' ' the last tenjrtuu'K, flermnn a th0nght the time hud eon# When bat that y Spanish ought to understand 0et^t! «id if dl'i not understand il, Eng í¿ht to learn it—thut the English Inn- tbeL°S tho language of the country- -that ft),,, Germans and Mexicans who could such °'' could read tha Message in liotveilll .. .^,1 VT. v1«n« tMrnofu . the iW i)<'German and Mexican papers, ieatu"n „„uu<irv exnensa tor lm and printing and Spwiish ouglS to be stopped and thi?I«n of opinion that the answers made ,,,. remarks bv the members of theCon- t° y? ... o.ien'(tension did not ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 28 February 1866

' • m- V¡V;-.W? wHviB ' ftí;# «aro.: ¿ft fef*" WM- Ik m % iwiv **v«nifa ion* .... ztsy-ávtx. dva aanáiwi -a * nwiiT n n>imtmP> aBT ¿wpint; ■í'—t'SJSStíSS - -i^K-rsás.¿SET maumuiK tur gay a' . wf «an iimu treaty iitnwrnli ÍÜT -timuiwi md IHW . 'U® .T X Vht) %m < "ittiwui ^ MfMHUlROt 4:*>*n -s-aniiu uaatrra.t; ir aratarw. W ieenwim*. ml Ul.—Out 'wivominenr. tilt -mul uifejui* to -roniivw ill the rniUmm •mu) f itiiow jiiu the üultku EíiiriBiiy. rh , -■ m trwum auw waul ¡leki with (tlx I'rtmH ¡tía* m . - ¡n?) «W<twi ui., Quinta if sbiuju,.,.. t?* m vV.Winwu 0*siar. ' '""""«l I Wuu Mbjor ««,,L , Uuiur CW Uutnuui lliunuHtiur i*** ¡u^ rf ¡W,. if^S, ><>m antrum nmui J"4 1 -g. uuu£?f%> dew juie* Can, 'i'i**- ,u* at mil m, *ix jaDdtM aCtM' irwndmoit tfcr ¡mr aUtor, s*ch 1«* Prnútan. ■ •tíDíi 4SX ¿JflHDlÉTWÍ in dMnmli per l pip mm***?dawQp't .' trawiiihw. ^btiiiii htxsMsi w VO#i ifflit1 uPTfll ¡F^ binililKi mjatr Por art * uui war mill .«IbMmtriu'^r tluminaani uihk i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 21 March 1866

WEEKLY *.• / i* GALVESTON, WEDNESDAY MOHNING, MARCH 21,1866. OB ffl: Bu«li>eM Card . CouiiuiMMian. Comminglon. • 10.. «nn*** t« A. Bluin i* Wholesale Dealer* lu Bool* Simes, Hat*. Hit-i W*> Strand, Galveston Wood'* Iron Kruut Building. J. c. * H. u. BMITII. Of lute Borle?, Smith k Co. M. M. KIXGLBTABY.! Of Kobinuu, Siugleturj A Co., Huiitsvlllc, Texas. tiEOItGK K. BIDIMJi * CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS. COTTON FACTORS aec7dwlyl !•« ._ UBVZAK A MeliAII. COTTON FACTORS, GALVESTON, ü#li KlillN'H BUIUIIN" Dp Stairs, Ivir.lwl.vl 1- 4 PETER BOCK. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,' Between the Market and Brick Wjmif, „.ii.coiwtaotly df> hand assorted Groceries, also *? '! «líclia Flour, Potatoes, Onions, Butter, fichwe". Hour Kraut, etc. Also, Coro Bran ami Kr'«IIICrockery I Tobaeoo, Sugar and Liquors. " MirWwlV1 Comminition Me r o h tin t a, (>HTKItMAN'H Btlll.DINd, S'lllA.\'l>, (•aírenlos, law, Will give particular attention to all business on trusted to their care _ 7dwly!is J. N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 21 March 1866

—BÜ& it •Vafc., ia TEXAS ¡: 8£ Ev 1 It Boixavw.- « null of the minority of tovor, while the % m -For two days the ring in favor, or nee of Secession _{. The report uittee wh in its . ., . j report nearly (leelar ed it nnll and void and of no further effect. All of the speeches, made yesterday and to- day, were both able uud lengthy' Bat few ar- gumenta were introduced by those wh ftvored ^ciíñs.ráSLsa^r't,b" *&£?* Mí i wrote ym that Mewrs. fcwchol and Flanagan commenced thq arauu^nts de- fending the minority report, and they* were followed o ) the «ame «ido by Messrs. Jones, of Bastrop ; Hancock, Jones, of Bexar ; Nor- ton, McCormick, Saunders and Dogeuer; atul the majority report defended by Messrs. P°rt«jr ' **raeier' Parson*, Ireland and Judge Jones, of Bastrop, qonsidercd that the States were originally sovereign. Being sovereign they hod the power to sunder that sovereignty. They did. this in tha formation of the Jf^pral Constitution. The ontire peo- ple thereby became ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 21 March 1866

mum í OHlHU StOWS AT FIBBIIAtT M. NAUTUUt, ti iritis tli'Lt thu c >pparhe <ty iu * atioIl) reftised to uufurl thu Uiiiou ""'"«ir proceedings, and ^ l""""*1 (M deploring Lincoln' death, «rid n0 mention of Governor flrow low, T°Lüin„i"'"i"r ot tbe Ji*trwt, the noble OeoW® H' ThomM' CWon®1 Stokes Zn&P PatSi>* "* J0HNLQ-N- u,iv tliey endorse Andrew John- 4+SL?^Andiw Johnson. They en- tkMitorfttion ' policy! I endorse thet hhWhftt íh i V All that you can judge \*l mw has said, what he has done, ■¿tat h* U promised to do. You am to iimt Let me Bay this to yon, I porter of Andrew Johnson in the "WfMfffer and Demooraoy, but when delivered his speech in the fA the Unite.1 States, in favor of the ..«AMoinst traitors ond secession, I °! «flíSd wan that walked over and oon- •'wThim We -there and then buried culatea n '_0isu«.u«. . J said to him that t0Bl£wk'wft8 liuriod, and we thon would i !n hand 'together. Colonel ¡ltobert If «rat to congratulate him at this toe, K,v he went int...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 21 March 1866

M-íí' ^ fiiU"* bulletin. ..ti: to the utmost v* been vary ■■niÚiu-< - fij ircíi t Wednesday Morning Mi : t «!■■. irftWj -■ 4«ra>M ■sai . ^ííss Hg Mmm. Hucmuma * KlMOM. Dati*. ¡•ñera) Tr yeHti Hoiuton V . _ Kounfftop P,tt, New Orleans, Wll U.'-ü! Al HITO . r m I r « Tho Hoimcm Telegraph, on Saturday last, reviews our article on the "ah initio," and with nnusuaíclearnéss and great oáiMor defines the diffewntoe-telwcMt iU position and our oyn. We quote: "They desired that the Convention shotdd any that atmaaionor revolution waa a crime in itoelf, and consequently void. It waa under- stood that this signification should attach to th« word* "null and void ab initio." The idea attached to tHé ordinanee paswadis that the icar heu (JtcUlt<l it waa null and void ah initio. On thia A ffercnco the issue is raised. It is whether the people shall in Ujpir sov- ereign capacity declare that they did wrong knowimjiy and wittingly in 1861, in attempting Hoceaaion." We do certainly desire th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 21 March 1866

KE'S bulletin. e fcefore the Committee of Flfteea. I pQjjrfCiL ASPECT IM IB 6ULF STATES. Iban*. |^SC¿TorTtf««ÍPSpwch 6,1866. J «ífernor Boutwell, from the Sub-Committee Igeoorwtmotioa Committee, to-dny re- 1 u large uuiouut of testimony pertaining condition of Aransas, Mississippi, ,m,i Georgia. Among the mostim'- i jtwt of tlié witnesses are the following tf.ior General George H. Thomas, examined Jff Boutwell, Kentucky. Tennessee. Geoiv A Atabnuw and Mississippi are moiuded in |!*.tü,nmnd: the people of Alabama are ex- |q v:,r^,.iuus to be under the Constitution l"?^! üuite<l States, and to have that State I? í ramilar position in the Union, but they I not vet personally friendly to the Union. IS5!««ar0 desirous to live uuder the Govern. I Sol'the United States, and have attempted Ifrauu laws as judicious as they could at the I WIT, «guíate the affairs of the freednuen. In «of their bills was not considered consti- Il.Íi Li bv tilo Governor, and was returned KMm lie thinks the n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 21 March 1866

¿mi s'Stei ''--i •<É V I s W H ASOLITIONI8T **. OAJiBXBON o* the situation. The following are tbo chief points of Mr. G&rrison, in hia lectura before the Brooklyn Fraternity Inst Tuesday evening:;1 Taking for hia sutyeot L bwíy Victorious ho claimed that hia view« were neither morbid nor over hopefuL The South were, not victor- ions despite the many seeming triumphs that Mil crowned their efforts. There Waso-'time when the South victorious, because no vi- tal issue had been made with slavery, That time was fri tiou of tho a slavery, Tiiut of the Oonstitti- £ - —_ to the oominenco- a single victory, but ho, Mr. Garrison went extracts from Southert published before the war, S?,0*1. A" ««decora of tho Northern peopla The feeling in, the rebel Btatcs, ho said, had uot yet changed,, and <m,cli cnctrncts wore still a fair plcturo of the prevailing tono of opinio among Southern inbit. He^'awfleta to speak of ttaw present con- dition of thb country, declaring that ho liad always ^...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 21 March 1866

ÍE'S BULLETIN TlLk. ain RKU1BLK ' l T •' A tiPIKITl'Al MKDim. [ . „,riv part of lust September we gave «tot tiio suddeu ami mysterious dis- L -nottW jjrH jj, N. Furry, from Ruven- oouuty. Her disuppeuruuco was -v .^nveiT direction , „..v !Íd nncw'riugl.V for u louft lÍ!ue', V".1 ",° Pi lt whereabouts could bo obtened, r^navioSou settled iu the rniuds of L l« thnt she hud committed suioidq. jríeBu j f01. Kome time, u ert<Uum hud a revelation tbut she had ÍÜrdéred aud her 1 • ly tl i >wn into 0110 -{■S little lakes in the vicinity of <4,rmTh" medium ^ H0 f|lr m to mlu. "KLiribe the uppoaranoe of the persons ffcom.nitt..d the deed. Tin, lake was ffiund drugged,but no murdered woman t®BCU , u«i. +hav* wart) niAiiv that «tul be- lli thiH -v „„ I but there were many that still be- ^the revelation of the medium. 1 • " i 1. .. ..... lilllil itiuu iiiuf Mwever, the medium Was just as relia- " rreot iu her statements as usual, for MrHl ,,'!tnl'llei1 t0 tho "• "borliood of her husband...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 21 March 1866

SI Hti-W' dti'*.' ««man. '! '.'*•* miimi A* JMtMMMetItHM mm ef Ammtm, fmtt (IM flnl Nc«*i«b t tto TMrtj-Mreaih Cos- at sooh porU «o. >ftLe . Pa* «l at D. 1861, tuul e mm begun aiut > in the iJisUkt fourth day of on Tuesday, the day qf Augu*t, A. D. 1861. Aabahau Likooln, President, Hawtoul Ham u* Vice-President and President of the 8«we. Solomos Foots was elected Presi- dent of the Senate, pro Import, on the eighteenth day of July, and conti uned no t until the alose of i A. Gnow, Speaker of the Honse of lie 10 ^ session. (JaMi preesentativea !•—i4« Act to nfund and remit the ~ul¡e* on Apns imported by Stales. . Be it enacted by the Senate and Honse of Bopwsontativefi of the United States of Ameri- ?*• m Congress assembled, That the Secre- ta* of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, au- thorized and directed to refund and remit tl 5?"®? nd imposts on all arms imported ini the United States since the first aay of May lust, or which may be imported before the fl.Ht day « January n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 23 May 1866

Lili! XSEOm: PiS ! , ü ' *; .'"R1 m VOL. IV. Bu«ine«« Cards. D. BUM * CO., igncoeuor to A. Blum & Wholesale Deulwa In * m Iiitr Bo«is U4 SIMM. Hall, Notion, Etc., gtc. Strand, Galveston. deeTdwlyl 1-8 Wood's Iron Frout Building. • ¡ÜM^jílOT. DKÜGGIST AND APOTHECAltY, (laG- W. BeUnner's, house opposite the Market,) y acini constantly ou baud ft full assortment of <J h Dram, Medicine , Patent Medicine , Cheml- S Perfumerlc , Spongea, Btutlonery, Surgical In- rtroinents, etc. Physician's prescriptions uuefully ¡«t ui> dav and nlubt. Older for Physicians will be promptly attended to. niay6cl m , "* J. PREDKKICH, 0 OTTO X FACTOR and Comininsion Merchant, Galveston, oeMdwlj'l 1-2 .GALVESTON. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 23, 1866. BAIL, HDTCHINHN k CO., cotton fact01í8 and COMMISSI 0 N Mali Uli A N TS, lyldwly Galveston. Texas. I 1 -*M h. sister ■ ■ w. iiboeok, Hamburg • - - a. vrohm DBOEOE & CO., import, exchange and oenekal CtDMlnloa iHercItmit . Office next door to Ball, Hutchin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 23 May 1866

.with rare* i os laborer*. of the Union ¡t¡¿ that the i tali- Union men, for "proved their which madness ánd told the late Confede- Government, the only power No w« de- Jndge Hancock does not sow tea* people; they hate in oomtaoh with him. everybody elae know , that t of this class am earnestly to the men and to the distinctive he advocates. His earnest desire is power of the State to the hands > embraced swsMsion with hearty They are opposed to this. He •bo swear to support the Oonsti tad obey the laws so long as they may •ad legal according to their own inter. The Union men admit of no reser- He affiliates with those sym- perpetnate as much as possible the old regime. * The Union men da not His friends regard fidelity to the Union as the least of all qualifications for office; the Union om« look uponit as the greatest. There y these differences, and he ought not to wane to represent those people, for he does ww twin. By *a accurate calculation, we suppofc that we have taken abo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 23 May 1866

rt*¡ A VADU WOMAN'S SUCCESS, „ of the Iudlsnapolia Journal.) liun arrived here. She Lias lug stood Huidee-ul-Aisfeeii, hor fuml*. her femnu lie ohambre, ,Jy warilrube, with iier. Au eu- I ,m been ttffeutu4 with Mr. George " mdwiiy Theatre, by the tumis I «opear twenty-four nights of amusement, uud receive for "¿ve hundred (lolla h for each up twelve tliousuud dplltiis for tlit lyluii netted seveuteuu thousund 3inti in London, received oue Luu- euty-flve thousand doltnn in gold udred nights in Oulifomiu, she may ¡"¿find but few managers in the Unite,! ifooare able to enjoy the ltiitory oi her '' nuJU their boards. ■fatten to[)< nt the Hotel St. Deuuis, ' i« li w luxurious apartments, turniBh- ,f ■ juagnifitieut splendor, servautu I jLe« and the handsomest, most be- *SrUttl'e moid who ever laced a stay or f* lady's hair. Several of the actress' m friends, inpoint of foot, have made IS iaalous reoently by mistaking the (mud tor the lady. But still the muid i*5J5,itv and is retained....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 23 May 1866

K uncu wrraihuí , i a— i 'X r. Mm* « • found in th* mid* ■ ta Mvei foiuid at These ara bote L save by tuuOlcs. It •into live inthelem- and be seduced neitl ofioalotoonttteone on Mm other. A* a neoea- . «gr«« with ail by turns. ímmKl «■■ii with none oootm opea to «& Party nanea mean nothing- The conserva- tires ane aa truly radiad aa the radical them, selves, but in an opposite direction. In the progresa of nation* It ta neoessary to hare the motare power-of radical reformers ; it ia also necessary to hare the drag-weights ot eonaer- vative let-alones. Without the one, we should mot «ove at all; without the other, we should ran to destruction. But plain, praotioal truth ta equally removed from both extreme*. The falsely called conservative , who hold buek all tike time and refuse to acknowledge the issues settled by the war and their inevitable conse- quence*—-the approbionsly denominated radi- cals, who, starting out from the basis of theó- letiral troth, proceed to apply it cir...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 23 May 1866

■>!> I I WWIUQ* fliytKU. ! w„ published syuopsis of Mr. * reolv to 0'1V- Pe«y- tlia letter of the M 't,!!f0rmer had not comí to haud, wo ■^«atatraot of it: h>n reeetredniuoli more abuse |ftay°7"-"^i' waiter wrou^H ut the liatuU V vwltrul troop* in this section of the P than from lii* former owner. The W. ?{ 8 uügro man was murdered in kivlby # drunken soldier near thin place. uXr iw baeu sent off. nud uo further *hikAnof the murder. The tnrrlsou, ut '*7 hjv# been in the habit of knock- i'ind kicking off the sidewalks all the , th6V met of nights in the streets! «4 flames the North for wishing to tthe negro in the enjoyment of life, .',1 nropiTty. This has already been •«mostof the Southern States by law. KJrth Ctaroliuft, he is allowed o sue and be IVtogive bis testimony in our Courts, in- ■i uul iiUfcbsse property, sell aud devise .«1 He is allowed to make oontraots, LW estate and be educated. The young «who are apprenticed are required to t to school, if there be any scho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 23 May 1866

Í . . Ik-Í^SÍSÍ no ftmUng ot former alav*- I bnher* of ex-mastem. At the mid Cta of the discretion, your Cui you wonder that thai freed, should object to being all voa Mgr of abuses and OB the bUrks bjr Federal aol- i are low-bred men; and •very white ruffian or rowdy, drunkard or n- nromte, whether at the North or at the South, Mi natural instinctive hater and persecutor o( the Merit. We, who hare long hoped and i for emancipation, do not choose to i fretdmen at the mercy of the * vil- matter whether they be Northern or Union cr Bebei Can you blame ,-w Hit ioa aay that your State has done for feirNN§£ "pretty much all that the Civil BMMi WH (HMoeet to do, «Mtyrf making ihn* ctíuent tf (fee Sate;" and that there are very &w offences (pepudties?) in our criminal code, which do not apply to the white men as well as the negro." ft you hare gone part way to- 1 Equal Rights and Equal Laws, the diffi- ^ r trfgoing all th<= w^y tuu been nearly sur- r\- As to the mgro's desire to be ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 23 May 1866

of the Chicago Post write* of foreign *10 ou **jjrour l wlubb. the «nWeet i iy*thffe punegyri !#«." be predicates tbiit itr Sir ill our day, and drank tho og sherry, he would have jent song- Kays the writer : 'fat the grape contoius properties L medical value ¡ aud --vheu t'er- Ynl^ndfloally converted into wine, *5iemost rational beverage that ¿jjuiied to mankind, next to wa- , ' !?««raal element for the use of all [ft^W-Lgte and inanimate. It in, liow- Krpossible to got u pure, uuadul- Jfe of foreign wiue in the United \W( extend to the very country vhie is produced. Having found ble to procure any pure Sherry in ■w 'though I hod como near pc isoning ui!iú¡ several samples which the ven- rJncanoed "pure," I wrote to a friend sTnd to send me a package of pure [«resuming >t could be readily obtain- Pjp gbow you and your readers that fmoney under false pretenses is prac I Europe as well as here, I will give FtbeWiwer to my request. England, March 4. I do not believe there is such a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin — 23 May 1866

nssflPiM wiiS for clen- in charge four hun- gard forts ener, orty dol- thousand four of a foreman on Be i 11! one laboren employed in the pnblio (ffK .. thirteen thouaand four hnndrrt dollar . For compensation to the keeper of the western gata, Capitol square, eight hundred and MMhrjit dollar*. For compensation of two day watchmen em- ployed in the Capitol square, one thousand two hundred dollars. compensation of two night vatohmen -ed at the President's bouse, one thou- jro hundred dollars. For compensation of the doorkeeper at the President's bouse, six hundred dollars. For compensation of the assistant door- keeper At the President's house, six hundred dollar*. For compensation of one night' employed for the better protection of the buildings lying south oi the Capitol, and used as public stables and carpenters' shops, six hudered dollars. For compensation of watchmen employed on reservation number two, six hundred dol- lars. For compensation of four draw-keepers nt the Fotomao b...

Publication Title: Flake's Weekly Galveston Bulletin
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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