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Galveston Flakes Evening Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 26, 1867, Galveston, Texas Vol , monday evening August 26, 1867. No. 256 great excitement great closing out Sale a Mae to i try too to a i Meyer amp Kahn Mokher Post office and 22d , j in order to make room for an extensive fall Stork have concluded to dispose of their arpe Zaminer Stock it. To York prices. A at the to lowing Price Lut Tsvili Conviser everybody of the truth of the above Sta Emiet Muslin per . To <3 5. Taito Jaco net. Per dress at �2 50. It Reoli in into Ancon Copf fast i of ions. I Quot a Ilyf a >.\t-urn. <3. Solid coloured scotch lawns a put a y a Lack b re quote at 2�c. Per a Ait. Ruin or Oak line barges at do. A a a a it a. For la re and striped . F Kuji go at a a a Resa pattern. A an a Lay Barest at la. Put a . H and mines Embroy of i it d swis Al Jaio int it a iit1. i a Asmi Tim it i Quot Luish v l re i a la to r Urgoiti Tuite Low prices. A it h at v-.1 per do. Sili Solitta pair. . Bols >.,it a c. In it Bellici t v. A is a. I d of a ova St r. hats j hat 1 i i tr.< let 55 i Lut a a. ?.v\ no a i a a m he it v. C. Sinunu a Cioto in us will be sold at Low pm its to a Metier Tjie i face Ive to a us a a. A Yeti Hili Fiir a Lea car pain Quot Meyer amp Kaun 4rr. i Wuttig Ost Solce and 21 tree. Cal Volkir Block a co., Rit Siam r a n c y an d Staple i Kov. Goods. V. O o t n a n 1� s hoes clothing \ n k e e n o t ions e t c. a Iii Lilic strand Tralve iou. I l l a a j to w\.kk�?Tii. It Allan. My h v. . Val Kiki Kent a co. O Iron factors Jene Ilal commission merchants Rosenberg s new building. Corner Strani Anu Centre streets Galveston Texas Abihu d. Ii Abbas practical plumber Gas amp steam fitter a t .1 no. Davies new stare Comer of Tremont and Mechanic streets Galveston Texas. Gas vat steam fitting. Keeps constantly on hand Gas fixtures and globes. Lead Iron Kiilan izod and terracotta pipes Bias Cocks for Gan water and steam lift and fore l Uinn lev Braulic bams Sheet Lead Hal i Able li11iuti-i steam gauge and steam Whiat Lea Dwe Hinsun fitted up with hot and cold water for hath Wulw Wash ifs los water closet a in. I Lech Cut and lit to order. In. A act a ten t rows talk a a Phi Tett a i. Loi of tt.,. Fatal . K. Iio Host. If to hoist amp co. Commission Yerci lasts oko cers strand Alv Eslen. A Iberal Cash advances nude on ii cml it of Cotton feb5 in amp Eniy Wool. k1c. J. Kauai . Heydecker j. Reapp Umaji amp co., j commission medic hands importers of wines ski Quorn and groceries Liberal Cash advances made on Consi to our friends in new York Liverpool Havre and Bremen. Exchange Bour it and sold on new Orleans new tort London Paris i1�?T men Berlin Frankfort Ham Hurch. Oe28w&m&e m. Kopperl Cotton Factor is general commission merchant strand Galveston. Sew Orleans Exchange on sew Yoke. M. Hans. A Iati. mans amp ge9�cleb, Glt censors to hax8, Orsolek amp co w hol Pale or r o a a a a r jl1.i it in it to i a a k on Vierce. Nei. E. Job. Is Ichols Bilci Jabir a strand Street . a a a Stoddard a ill Lih. I Ore ii and. tips tic Lic ivors. Soke Jet h 0, . A sect dimly. Stoddart amp Burk a Brandy whisky Gin rum a Stoi Cliart a a a Arki Champagne a she Kiriy Madeira port a a i a Eanls Axil a Asch. Claret. Big i late amp a too Doz. To Jan ends ale. Stoddart amp Burk. Tayl Mym amp a / gr., ii. Amp h. R. R. New arrangement to take effect monday May 13, 1s67. Two daily pars Egeit to Plains to and from Galveston and Houston. Trains leave Galveston daily Hun Day excepted at 8 a. Is. Arrivo at Houston at 11 45. Leave Galveston at i 45 r. M. Anives at Honiton at e -j3 v. M. Trains leave Clouston , sunday a excepted at e 10 a h. Arrive at Galveston at 12 to a. A. Coqui actin with Trio Worman line of steamers for new Orleans and All Northern cities. Leaves Houston at a l.rr. M. Arrives at Galveston at 5 15 l. M. The 8 a m. Train from Galveston connects with Central a Railroad for Hempstead snot of Llillie rain. Arrivi pc Saino evening. It 10 a. A m. Train from Houston will Start from Allen station. Baggage cheeked through. Tho e a. H. Train from Galveston connects with b. B., b. Amp c. Is. 15. Lor Alleyton on monday.�, wednesdays and fridays. Becken Tiro Urb. Live of d. 0. Allen. Sur t. Sto Kalik at Bates. Storage Lioom at Tho Concrete building a tweet two blocks West of the Palmetto House. Enquire of i Alp a amp etl 3l Vuger amp co. Upon Sale to arrive it direct from Calcutta East India per bark a look to it ales India bagging. 1 also of Tjom Liverpool per bark Stlla a �00 bundles 130 tons or be a crowned Aliew ties. Inola Maui 1 Liang Eit amp co. A a tasks waste do All persons willing and Able to serve As xurse3 Are requested to apply at Schmidt s drug store opposite the Market office hours from 12 m. To 1 r. M. Iv31-m&.etf Ernest Brake doctor. . Tell r. In. I r. W,. A mayors office a Silveston july 11, 1867. J bathing in the Gulf at All hours in a nude state is allowed East from 16th Street to Tho Point of Tho Island. West from 18th Street will to open for carriages and persons using bathing dresses. To space on the Beach being Atn Plo for both Riding and bathing it a hoped there will to no cause Cor complaint a a a a every person found bathing in a state of nudity West of 18tli Street within Tho corporate limits will to arrested and i in Clicc Are instructed to no that this order is Joo Perly Owr Ved. Isaac g. Williams Jyrld a Rolin. Jila Yor. Telegraphic. Sundays dispatches. A London advances made on consignments of Jotun Wool and other productions. Strict attention paid to tilling orders Lor Eboodt. . Quot to Aeto cited press dispatches. 1 new Sorly new Yoke aug. 24.�?gold clog a quiet fit 140�. Sterling Dull and governments Dull without change. Stocks stronger. Treasury receipts ,453,000 payments 52,354,000. Financial. New Yolk aug. 24.�?exports of specie for the week $600,000 value of imports four and a Quarter millions of dollars. Twelve thousand emigrants arrived at this port to Day. A fenian convention with the object of reorganizing a fenian brotherhood is in session in this City Macoline presiding. It is thought Roberts will be deposed and Savage made. Head Centre. Letter from general Linsdeau. To the editor of the Tribune sin your special Washington correspondent of yesterday telegraphs a it is said on Good authority that Sheridan had made out an order for Tho arrest and trial before a military commission of general Steedman and general Rosseau for impeding reconstruction. The Law gives him . Rosseau and Steedman suddenly left new Orleans and the arrest was tirbs that general Sheridan made out an order for the arrest of general Steedman and myself May be True but i neither know nor do i believe it to be True. The insinuation in the above paragraph that a generals Steedman and Rosseau suddenly left new Orleans to avoid arrest is simply a malicious if not a malignant invention and its author is either a very credulous and simple or else a very artful or reckless Fabricator. As your correspondent Shields himself behind the words a it is said on Good authority a he is supposed to be no further responsible in the premises than any other journalist in his Peculiar department but As perhaps it will not do to let the statement go a contradicted i am rather forced into the arrogance of this reply let me Tell you or. Editor that general Sheridan knew perfectly Well and from my own lips the Day and hour of the any of my departure from new Orleans and so had full Opportunity to enforce an arrest if indeed he designed one. Perhaps it is Well enough to add As a fact within my knowledge that general Stedman who was to have left new Orleans with me was detained in that City for several Days after my departure by the serious illness of a Nephew. I have not heard that any Effort was made to arrest him. It is not the habit of either general Stedman or myself to depart suddenly. Yours very respectfully Lovell h. Rosseau. The fifth District. Quot alluding to Thomas a sickness the Tribune says there is still a i Chance for Rousseau. Impeach mint. New Yoke August 24.�?it is stated that letters have been received Here by prominent politicians from members of Congress which state that the Only remedy left to secure reconstruction is the impeachment of to a presi Dent. A partizan correspondent says these letters Are significant from the fact that several of them a re from members who at the last session of Congress were known As conservatives and opponents of the impeachment. They farther state that prominent movers m the impeachment Are Busy at work end already a canvassing among the members to test the feeling on the subject. Horning dispatches Indian affairs. Washingto August 25.�?a dispatch from fort Hays says a courier has just arrived from Captain Ames who had a severe fight with 800 indians and was repulsed after charging through the indians Village losing six killed and Twenty five wounded leaving the dead on the Field. The indians surrounded the troops and the fight lasted three Days. Major elicit and Moore leave for the scene with a Strong Force. The dispatch adds we need troops Here. A _ san Francisco. San Francisco aug. 25.�?wine crop estimated at thirty eight million Gallons Brandy one half million Gallons. The passengers which left new York on the first arrived on the Steamer Golden age. Washington. Washington aug. 25.�?in Boston in. The Board of aldermen when the question of extending municipal courtesies to or. Stanton was considered there was Only a quorum present and the courtesies extended by a very Small majority. The Mutual from new York arrived Here to play the nationals to Morrow. Base Bailers much excited. Bevenue decisions. The following is among recent Revenue decisions under the present Law spirits of turpentine Are regarded As a manufacture subject to Tho same regulations As other manufactures and is required to Moke monthly returns of the am oui manufactured also required to return each month the amount sold or consumed or used or removed for consumption or for delivery to others than Bis agents and to pay tax upon the same in the District where manufactured. The wife of an alien is regarded As alien herself in taxation. Hotels Are to be based. On their rental value regardless of an agreed Stonewall will sail to Morrow for Japan. Secretary Seward Spanish and French ministers visited her to aug. 25�?the heralds Havana is -0.vv�?~he iih5v<ii&6i�?T 6i Domingo sent a message to Washington accepting five millions for j Amacia or Island of Hayti. A a the delay in laying the Cable from key West to Funta Rosa is in occasioned by having used part of the Cable intended for that purpose Between key West and Cuba. The Western Metropolis sailed yesterday Lor Bremen from new York with two Hundred and thirty nine officers and soldiers Quot of the Imperial mexican army. My Tony. P he Adieu Iua aug. 25 a on the ship Lizzie Moses hence for Antwerp Quot which sailed yesterday the Crew mutinied a few Miles below taking Possession of the ship. The police went Down and captured fourteen men after a hard fight. The mate stabbed a mutineer and and his Skull fractured in the fight. Prize fight. Perm Adelphia August 25.�?ip the fight in Schuylkill county Billy Harkinson whipped Tom Kelly in thirteen rounds. the Cable. Athens Ang. 24.�?Tho Steamer Arcadia which has been to successful in Crete Wab scuttled and burned by her Crow while under close Pursuit by the turks. Tho Crow reached the Shore in boats. Sebuh August 24.�?the Semi official journals of this City fiercely attack the policy of France and denounce Napoleons action in the Salzburg conference. London August 24.�?evening�?consols 98 g Bonds 73 g. Liverpool aug. 24.�?evening�?Cotton inactive and closed Dull. Middling Uplands Luj a Orleans lid. Breads Tufis unchanged pork25@,2g. Other articles steady. Pabis aug. 24.�?reported insurrection in Arrizon Spain. The insurrection its were driving everything before them. Noon dispatches. Washington. Washington aug. 26.�?�the Johnson Grant correspondence relative to general Sheridan a removal is published this morning in the new York Herald and Boston Post. White House gossip is of Sheridan a leaving the fifth District in charge of Hart sufi and proceeds to the West relieving Hancock who then assumes permanent charge of the fifth District. / they talk of Swayne Asp open a and Meade As Sickles successor. The mexican legation publishes documents showing Escobedoe a letters against foreigners forgeries. New Toek aug. 26.�?stocks Strong. Gold 140�. Money 4@5. Sterling 109�@ 110. Rumours in the Gold room state that the whole Cabinet have resigned. �?T62 coupons. 13. Georgia 7�?Ts 8o. Arrived steamship Tripoli from Europe. the Cable. London August 26�?noon.�?consols 944, Bonds 731. Live Pool aug. 26�?noon.�?Cotton quiet sales 9,000 Bales prices unchanged other articles unchanged. Arrived America City of Washington and Nestorian. London August 20�?2 p. 94 11-16. Bonds 73�. Liverpool August 26�?2 , not so much doing sales does not exceed 8000 Bales lard 52s. The Quaker City has arrived at Odessa. Wirra. Payson the Wasington correspondent of the new Orleans Republican says when Secretary Stanton was suspended general Grant filed a protest with the president against the act. And when he received the order to relieve general Sheridan he urged or. Johnson to reconsider it. But the latter proving inexorable Grant sent him a written remonstrance couched in most emphatic language. The president declines to allow these papers to be made Public. It is understood that Secretary Seward and postmaster general Randall disapproved the removal of general Sheridan but yielded without recording their dissent. Wanted Mouths foe the Are in Victoria already 300 branches of various Benefit societies nearly 18,000 savings Bank depositors to say nothing of Post office saving Bank deposits. But plenty is not Only in Victoria. The australasian describes the food prospects in the land of Promise a which lies near the Gulf of Carpentaria. A symptoms a we Are told a Are beginning to show that we shall not be Able to consume the amount of beef and Matton which we shall raise before Long. In the course of a few years there is every probability of there being two or three millions of sheep hundreds of thousands of cattle on the enormous Arpa near the great Gulf of in Australia the people ate pro bled with a the Dufla Tilty of finding months for the food and behold the hunger that lies at our Gates the armies of starlings the courts glutted with famished children. We cannot but Marvel again and again that men of authority do not arise engage in that simple act of Charity which indeed blesses at once the giver and the receiver namely the removal of the starving Man from the overcrowded labor Market wherein there is no Hope for him to Tho insufficiently supplied Market on the Southern continent where men of their own race living under Anglo Saxon institution Are seeking a youths for the superabundance which is in the s weekly next spa per. The strongest Man in the native of Australia or. J. E. Evans recently gave an exhibition of remarkable strength at the sea hotel Chesterfield England to establish his claims us the strongest Man in the a world. He held a fifty six Pound weight in various positions at arms length and increased the number until he raised four fifty six Pound weights above his head holding them at arms length and at the game time standing upon four Tumbler glasses. He also held the weights on the top of Tho Glass and allowed a Glass of water to be placed upon the top of the weights. He Laid Flat upon the floor oud let a fifty six Pound weight fall a distance of about a Yard on his Bare Chest and the weight rebounded As though it had come in Contact with a piece of India rubber. A piece of Stone four inches thick waa next placed non his Chest and or. Hinch a Blacksmith smashed it with two blows into 3fo a fax old a Fri theft it Wpm a a a a of two Inch Iron in two across his cheat with Tho Hammer and chisel. The be amp to concluded by professor i Hercules lying Flat upon the floor allowing or. Shinoh to strike him with All his strength with a sixteen Pound Sledge Hammer. The blow was met by the professor and the Hammer bounded without leaving a scratch poo the reports the speech of tin Irish m. P., who thought Ireland was overtaxed a a take a tenth of our income Bir. A that they do and they a take a twentieth if they dared. A a Coral Interi Igona. To it it Quot City Sexton a following Ara the interments reported for sunday Avgust 25 Maurice Keeley 50, yellow fever Ireland. Anna Siepert 21, yellow fever Germany. John Gauld 17, Rollo to fever England. A. Isaac 32, yellow fever Poland. Mrs. Porter 28, yellow fever Germany. Gustave Volst 37, yellow fever Germany. William a Mentzon 27, yellow fever Germany. Daniel Price 30, congestion Pennsylvania. J. E. Harmon 31, yellow fever new York. Charles Davis 24,i yellow of Virginia. A. Strah Bock 36, yellow1 fever Germany. John Cassady 22, yellow fever Ireland. C. A. Roache 45, yellow fever Ireland. Joseph Bra of 18, yellow Feyer Germany. Jane White 25, yellow fever Kentucky col William Jacobs a y. F. Not known col. Jacob Watson 28, yellow fever. Joseph davidsonv21, yellow fever Alabama. John Welch 50, yellow fever Ireland. James Payne 21, yellow fever new York. William Gore 36, yellow fever Ireland. Jenny Saffron 3, yellow fever Texas. Thomas hut Well 28, yellow fever Ireland. Miss m. Marion 25, yellow fever France. Mary Augustine 15 Days yellow fever Texas. Loren Jaus Verberg 33, yellow fever Ireland. Thomas Cassady a yellow fever not known. Thomasbiest.32, inflame at a bowels Denmark. Henry Mcgee 43, yellow fever Ireland. Deleware Home 21, y. F. Virginia coloured. Recapitulation yell cow fever. Other diseases. Total deaths. Pity Hospital. Charity Hospital. Jewish association. Howard association. Males. Females. Coloured. .282 .30 .4i. 1 i .24 .5 .3 communicated suit Fiat Hulk a sort to the Gulf. Though favo red a nature Galveston ans of to having the a raters of Gulf Stream so com t Lief .----u.wuu. In. V. A a a a yet How surprisingly few will Avail the shelves of Quot the rep Tiv benefits arising therefrom. Exhilarating Ever proves the bathing Luau a Waters during the heat of the summer a perfect antidote against sickness with those who practice that luxuriant exercise Cooling invigorating and restorative to the body and bracing to the nerves with such influences no fever would take hold of Tho system nay the dangers arising in any climate from irregular living would be lessened in a ratio As the habit of bathing is livelier and Plancy of the body elasticity of the mind All Are acquired through the practice of sea bathing. What enjoyment during the hot season could equal or surpass the pleasures and benefits derived from a swim and dive in the Cooling flood amidst the splash of heaving Breakers arguing to the contrary How ridiculous for persons to caution against the fatigue bathing would cause As if such fatigue would not beget heartier appetite and Calmer repose with an impulse to a healthier reaction Over the whole organization Paral izing Only to Tho pocket of the a Medico a whose Harvest would be a reared. What appears so Little appreciated in our Dity yet what attractions what splendour and glorious benefits have other cities of the two hemispheres derived from those preferences from the amateurs of sea bathing during Tho a Saison a a Brighton Cheltenham Ostyn ende gape May forever in my from All the Interior crowds of people Are flocking to your Beautiful shores. They come partly in search of health partly for pleasure forming a rendezvous of Happy pastime and. A la Gant social relations. When shall to behold our Placid Beach lined wit i picturesque Villas and airy country houses As the delightful and healthy abodes towards the reception of Home and towards Quot visitors in the immediate Vicinity of. The Ever com motioned water of the Broad Gulf whose Balmy pure and health inspiring South breezes like a thousand fans waft Over those cheerful locations and launching into and embracing Tho Cooling flood those by no Filiai effects combining would constitute a perfect Check not alone a against the intrusion of fevers but against All other ills which human a flesh appears heir to. No wonder disease is Begotten where stagnant Waters under Tho Force of an August Sun where crowded space unventilated Rendez a the occupant restless and feverish night and Day the affecting malaria the nauseous effluvia they All could be removed or distanced the More we Are seriously inclined frequently to resort to our Gulf Hore. Hail 1. zephyrs fresh and. Repairing your gentle gusts o or a Wollf Nuj Waters swooping i briny fragrance bearing through you Man new vitality 1b reaping. And when the Roll of Waves Tho shores is beating we swimmers bold amidst the surf Are sporting. Our minds feel buoyant whilst time is fleeting with us no weakness sickness neither ill is hoarding. yet not bereft of grief whilst Galveston Feela sore let Movo the cause the Scourge will visit us no More. ,. S. M. Galveston August 26, 1867. A peat is of now York evening Post of Tho 7th states that on the a vening previous Brooklyn Heights and Tho lower part of new York City were suddenly struck with a Plagne of mosquitoes which swept upon these districts in enormous numbers and for a while were a real torment. In 8omej>art3 of Brooklyn Heights on streets where the houses were exposed to the prevailing South Easterly wind it was impossible to 3\% for. A ads Wii amp fic which were doubtless blown in from the Flats in the lower Bay. It is a curious fact that while houses on streets running East and West or nearly so were filled with mosquitoes those on Cross streets in Many places escaped the plague. In new York the mosquitoes launched non the diners. About 6 of clock Clouds of the invaded the dining rooms and the play of knife and Fork alternated with vigorous bitter hands and faces. Later in the evening the mosquitoes found their Way to the roots whither the pestered Quot Public had fled for Relief and at night invaded the sleeping Chambers and made sound rest impossible
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