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Publication: Galveston Daily News Wednesday, October 25, 1865

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   Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - October 25, 1865, Galveston, Texas                                !C I .no HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, .OCTOBERlis'S, 1865, [No. 28 co., AUCTION N.TEXAS, SI-ABED TO MAKE IftfCES OX CONSIGNMENTS' Of iU. KINDS OF.... Always on Hand TO EXCHANGE FOR and Western Produco. siiiniiients cnu be made to us we have aa aUentive Ageot, Ukecbargsof Goods, suv- uai: conn: charges at OatTcstou, ja Galveston and Houston. CO., Auctioneers GALYESTON. DRY GKO ODSi "VVUOLBSALE AND BB I AIL. THE Buoscribprs are uow opeaing their largo stock ol DRY GOODS, in tbe four-story News- ofQco build- ing on il A KK KTJ and near TR street. Gal- vcston. untry dealers are invited to call, as iney are prepared to sell in quaotities to suit purchasers, and at tbeJowest market prices, This stock bus been carefully selected, AHNOLD BROTHERS. Gab-estop, Sept. BALLINrGER   E> 'THOMPSON. Galreston, October Fashionable Clothing Store. rptiE subscriber begs leave to inform his friends aod X ihe public thai he is DOW opening R well selected STOCC OF SHOES. in ttui old Commercial and Baak building, on TreoiODt, street, na-J is reatiy once more to accommo- date his customers on the most reasonable terms. DENNIS NEIL. GalrcEtOD. Sept. B. AUCTIO N hiSSIOS MERCHANTS, S T U E E T, HOUSTON; SXKEJBX, GiLYESIOJi: fflU. S1ASE IIEEKAL CONSIGNMENTS T. H. -McMAHAN GILBERT, Cotton and Wool Factors anrt CJcn- erxL ?Icrciiaiits, GALVESTOX, TEXAS. Gal vest on, August J W. A. HERMITAGE, House, and steani- Puintcr, GALVESTOX, TEXAS. GLAZING, PAPERING, CARRIAGE PAINTING, .SJGXa of every quick and cheap. Galveston, Aug. G. W. CRAWFORD i- CO., HO SET ASfD EXCHANGE BROKERS GALV E3TOX, TEXAS. EXCHANGE OK NEW YORK AND .NEW ORLEANS Bought and Sold. Will make Collections and romi proceeds on day of payment. Currency bought and Bold. Gaiveston, July 15, GEORGE BUTLER, COMMISSION MERCHANT IEBIS OF MERCHANDISE. O N fci TUESDAY SALES AND FRIDAY. HEKDLET'S BcrLDLsa, GALTESTO.X, WILL receive Cotton and olher Produce for sale in this market, or lor shipment to his friends in New Orleans, New York, or Liveriwol, and will make libera cash advances on the same. Goods will be purchased in the above named places on orders, n satisfactory arrangements are made with him. GalvesUjQ, August G, lS6b dtr 1UCTIO 1ST MERCHANTS, N STREET, HOUSTON NwaiCash Advances made on to cs. f rcox SALES EVERY THURSDAY, 'WingGoodstobeEOldat Auction will previous to sale. HAMILTON, D, GAI.VESTOS.- innte the atteption of their advantages oOerod 07 their Monday B. NicHOlS, Snperintendec.t. H. Yolct.............................. J, ZIO.LSK VAN i'ORX A: XJOLliK. COTTOK JBSOKEBS, GALVESTON, TEXAS, HATS opened an Office for tbe purpose of buying an. classing Cotton, and, from their long experience il vue Cotton trade, (eel assured they can give satisfartlo; to those a-ho may intrust them with Lhutr business. Refer to the mercliants of Galvtston gecerally. July 0 R. HUGHES, (LATE OF MATHERS, HUOHES Cotton and. Wool Factor GALVESTON, TEXAS: SOLICITS ibe pairoaageof bis friends, K.S well as of th friends of his late firm, and of ihe public generally He flatters himself thut an experience of some tweni yeura in the above hue of buEiacse In this State, wi enable him to satisfuctiOD ID the disposal of con to bis ca.re. angll LESLIE. THOMPSON, encral and Collecting' Agent and Conveyancer. POST OFFICE GAt.TESTOK, TEXAS. .1, O. O: IT. Cuosen Frlendu JLodgic, eets EVERY THURSDAY EVEN'ING.' roihers are invited to visit. Galvcslon, Sept. Wo. 6, Sojourning BO. W. CABTSR........................I. G SEARCH. C A It T Ell it Ittorneys and Counsellors at Law GALVE3TON, TEXAS. attention given to the purchase and sale O Keal Estate. Julyo dll 1ULO.VK........0. PAIM'KRS........H. VAX BCRKN. E. MALGNE .CO., c ox TEXrlS. Over Lewis it Co.'s, on the R. it D, G. Mills, Sir. James SorlCP ncl Messrs. John a. Sellers k Co., GalveElon; .Mr. jonu Jickinsonaud Mr AJex. Sessums, Enustou; Messrs. A J ugcrsoil Co. and Jl'essrs. W. D, Berry .t Co.. llahiic Icssrs.SVrtght Maury and Messrs. J. H. Fn-richs Co., STew aue27 'i3m HANS, GENGLER CO., IV Bf O L. S A JL E O K U C E It S midcrsigned bi-g leave to iofnrtn their fnonds and the public generally, that thoybnvn furmerl n opartDersbip uDcier tiie flrm of HAN'S, GSNGLER CO. Wo wiU keep coQSlantly on hand a stock 01 TOBACCO, CIGARS AND LIQUORS- We are agon is Tor St. Louis aad Cincinrmli Lager IVjer. will give prompt aUeotion lo all consignments made Orders from the country are solicited, and will be reel, betweeo Diled promptly. We bave opened a store on Centre i Strand and Mechanic streets, opposite tbe olel. M. HAWS.of New Orleans; MAT. GENGtEB.of Gulvcstoc; F. D. DlPfKSLiXER, uf Galvtbt Gal7CBtou. August 29.1565-dtl____________ GALVESTON1, SETTKMDER 1505. The copartnership of 50RV.EY, SMITH CO expired by limitation on July 1st, 3563, and is this day dissolved by mutual cocsant. The books aufi papers o the flrm will remain for tho present in the hands o MKs Som.w, who will coniiauo bus'.ucss at tho ol tec. Either partner will sign the nanie of tUc firm i liquidation. JAMES SORLEY, J. CARROII. SMITH, S. R. SMITE. JAMES SOKLEY, Factor and General Commission fffc reliant, GALYESTON, TEXAS, SOLICITS a r.ontinuaace ol tbe patrocaee of bis friends uud the public. sopS B. B. SOCTBWlCE. SOUTH WICK SORLEY, EXCHANGE BROKERS, STRAND, GALVESTON, Opposite (iCivilian" aai! Bulletiu" olflccs, up stairs. OLD SILVER BOUGHT AKD VT Kxchange on Livtrpyol and NewOrleans forenlu. Collections made and proceeds remitted; Deposits received, fcc., fee.___________________Aognstg d3ro J. R, C. McNtw CORYELL McNEELY, Conveyancers and General Affem Purchase and SaJt of ReaLJSftatc, jldjushneni Rente) Payment r-f Taxes, G'oUeclion of CTainis, C. McNEELY NUWBT Punuo. STRA-ND STREET, GA-LVSSTON, TEXA> (Opposite C i v il iao Offlce.) atteolioa given io Collectioa of City Qa Houses for Bent and City Property fo cheap. Kj-TtiisNCEa Unilinear Jack and Baker 3; Saw Galvestoo, Texas; T. H. J M Alien Co. and A. J Tully   ds of itterness sowt'd by .men higli in authority re about to produce another harvest of blood' Vhile the President and ail conservative men f every doing their best to oblit- rate the traces of the late strife, and to' re- tore'.theili'armony and. prosperity o.f ry, there is no less actmty on the part of an r'rgunized opposition, composed of men who lave no hope of prominence iu a quiet state of affairs, hut who are determined to be promi- ent at all hazards. It will be recollected that at the recent rnect- ng of. negroes at G-loucester Court-House, Virginia, the 'prevailing idea was that the nnds were to be given them; and that Ihey railed against an agent of the Fn.edraen'a Bu- who attempted to disabuse their minds of he false and dangerous impression. Oa that occasion, as on others, they indicated reliance upon some party which was pledged to carry out their favorite programme. Through the recent influence of the Presi- dent, negro troops have been removed from positions where, it seems, the War Department bad set its heart ou keeping them. Nor have we been able to make up our mind that we had heard the last of such, difficulties as that developed-in the case of Gen. Slocum1 By that case it was made evident that there was u conflict of authority somewhere. Besides this the President has at one'sweep ordered the re- moval of hordes of lands in South Carolina, which they have been enjoying for some time under.orders irom some bureau, or department, or individual official. Thus the plot thickens. It is easy to see -why the Pres- ident has moved slowly and carefully but ii is none the less evident, we think, that he acts with, loresight and determination. Possibly his decision may prevent a difficulty, and possibly may precipitate it: we cannot A great deal depends on opportunities. We cannot but believe, however, that the friends ot the President's policy are strong and wise enough to carry it through, especially as some of the designs of the opposition require se crecy, and must, therefore, be more or less tramelled in their operations. One thing is clear the President's plan is obviously right at least it cannot be accused of too much lib- erality to the South. The advantages of th South in tbe present conflict do not depend on Presidential favoritism they inhere in th fact that Ihe speediest and most clement plan of restoration is most in accordance with the lor.ro. and spirit of tbe government, us well o_ most conducive to the quiet and progress o tbe country. These are advantages whicl nothing can take away from us. They to the -very nature of the case; and they at ford a ground of superiority so commanding ih.it we cannot believe the principles there entrenched caa ever be dislodged. A portion o the fierceness of the opposition must be set dowa to tbe credit ot conscious weakness; and, therefore, instead of being received as a i sign of trouble abead should be taken as a leal Edittorlal Correspondence GALVESTON, Oct. 2i, 1865. The steamer Obaa.'Morirnn-is'novrboarly lookeS for with -latter Xew- Orleans dates.- She'is coto- manded by.ll'ur old friend Captain John Y. LIVF- less. I have- now no news in addition to what been .telegraphed.. -Business in Galveston con- tinues brisk.'and is cons lantty on the increase.__ There ia not a.house for a family or a store in. the city .to be had, so far as I can learn.-': Enquiries or them Rents-Inure one up. to what.! consider, a very ..unreasonable gure. T 'know', many .who have sub-leased for or niarly'double' the'reht'they leased at a' mqritfa r two ago. Our old and more prudent 0 not expect.a long continuation of such high rices and such as! are now-being lade, and yet business still seems'to When, however, the present "cotton1 in Texas "as erit out; it seems difficult to -tell what .what we ball have-more to export, and without exports ?e cannot long continue to pay for such largeira- lorttttions are now coming in: The moatss- ;ficious merchants seem in-doubt ns to the fntaift f oar business. Some, think: the negro 'will -be yet so managed as .to secure his labor in spite.ef lis present unwillingness'.to work. Bot-if thiaia he Freedmiu'a Bureau- will.hare o change their policy., or some other authority will havo.to.be substituted-' for that .of -the Biittsue- f.the negroes were positively "as'sil-red not, to-have anything Hunt n' earn by their labor, anil we] about having the lanils and plantations of rliat (hey cti n t'airty" TO to bo country divid 'd out among migfet expect something better from them, and the con- tinued prosperity might be secured. But we ana now in the midst of a great civil revolution snrji sno other country on earth ever and the result can'only be known to the Great Ruler of the Universe.' W. B. That Cola A New York correspondent of thu Pijayunrc Every few weeks we.have reports about tie 'capture of JetFDavis' They are per- fectly absard. Jeff Davis, it is known, 'treasure" of his own. theex-Confedenae President left Richmond on that memorable Sun- day afternoon, he had not'a dollar of gold orsfiVer. in the world. This-was as well known to his mate friends about him as that a portion of the Confederate capitol was left in ashes. _ He did not, however, lack for the "yellow hadfeo. chosen to accept it.. On his route, he was beg-gefi on several occasions to accept-the free will otTfer- ings of thoae who had to give, but in every iusfeuwc he declined. Let me narrate what occurred at Major Suther- land's fine residence at Danville. It "was liere that Mr. Davis made his home during his sojourn in that town, tarrying for something like ten' days. This most estimable family, previous to the arrival of their distinguished goest, had not heard of his really, reduced pecuniary co but while there it came to the ears of the wife, who, with true womanly kindness, set obnot to_surprise their guest. Their stock of gold, UtA aside for a was by no means ocr hausted, and the old lady from this stock euonted out 1000 dollars which she sewed up carefully small bag.' Nothing was said about it until eve ofthe guests' departure, or rather just as he was about stepping into liis carriage, when tbs Major remarked, "Hr. President hore is a ana! token which my wife has bogged I should hand ia yon, in the hope that you jnay find it useful on your journey." Whiit is it, Davis. The Major replied, "It is a mere tritie it and a_sk rjn further "f replied Mr. Davis, and, burstirff into tears, he leaped into his carriage, with a "God bless you and yours .Mnjor I" and ordered tbe driver to move on. verily took neither nor for his journey, yet every few days wo were regale'dl with the tidings of.further captures of his' treia- nre." That there was treasure in ;he trainVbiok preceded Davis, is well known, but npon treasure he held no claim whatever, nor did be scarcely give it a thought. The funds were tbe property of the New .Orleans aud Richmond bonks, and it is utterly wrong to keep repealing that they belonged to Duvia and were part of Ko ''plunder." FTRE AND MARINE INSURANCE. GEORGE BUTLER, AGENT, GALVESTON IS PREPARED to cover by Pire Insurance Cottoc in Warehouses and PreBSee Goods and store, Dwelling-nouses anil Buildings: Also, 19 Insure Risks on Merchandise by Sea, or Inland Navigation, from pong and places inTesiiS, to ports an-, places in the United Stales or-Europe, and vice versa.- Policies will be issued by bim in the following Com- panics: I-hcenix Fire and Marine Insurance Company, New York, capita', and Metropolitan Fire and Marine Insurance Com- pany, New York, capital and Manhattan fire and Slariue Insurance Company, New York, capital....................... Washington Fire and Marine Insurance Com puny, New York, capital................. Security Fire and iiarine Insurance Company, New York, National Fire and MarineIcsarauce Company, New Orleans, capita'........-.'........... Cp'The above Companies are well known throughout tbe United S tates, as among tbe most reliable; tney are entirely independent of.and col subject to, any Agentc ttio Mar'ce Board of Underwriters of New York or New i oe proiopi.iv allotted anu pam losses wi i. .THS Cnion, lilariue and Fire insurance Co :OF G A 1. VBS T O N HAS resumed the buiin'ess of insuring against Fire ilarlnii and Inland Navigation risks, with capital unimpaired >nd assets well secured, consisting ot Stock Loans ox Real Estate, Gooil Stocks, ami Cash, over...... The Company polioic" 02 cotton In presses, on merebaSilM in store, and pro-iace ia course or trans nortation, at their former reasonable rales of premium: also, on Marine risks to or from the port.of ealveston. E1REC.T O US'-I ALBERT BALL, President L it HITCHCOCK, Vice President; IsadoreDyer, .Stephen Soulhwick, James Sorley, 3. P. Davle, Georga Ball, C. R- Hughes, George W. brover, N. B. Yard, JnlrasFradericb, A..P. Luikin, S William CooSe.-r Uirncr'ol Hcrananwil prophecy of the triumph of tbe right. The Oiiicaeo Tribune, a leading Radl The Chicago organ, sajs ol what it ragi calls impartial suf- ___only is it idle and false to deny that that qui-stiou" is in issue, but it is the living issue of tbe campaign. The Republican party may glory in its past but it must also, as it is in power, act up to" tie living present, and mustwin its future races on living not dead horses." By a living issue is not meant suffrage alone, ut the. indefinite capacity of the negro to be sed as an apple of discord. If tbe Southern States were to permit the Radicals to arrange tbe suffrage to suit themselves, they would then commence agitating the country on mis- cegenation. They have already brought this question up to the rear, where it stands ready armed and equipped for active entrance on the at the first convenient The example of Connecticut, in voting down suffrage, is a stunutng blow. It knocked the breath out of the New! lork The Brst gasp of that however, after the blow, brought forth that the Northern States were not bound to do justice to the negro, that honor being wholly confined to'the South were the negro had been held in slavery as though that institution had not ex- isted also at tbe North. The reference is made only to show that.tie contest is to be main- The 'Radicals have a vast party machinery iu motion they control as tar as sentiment' is concerned, and as, far ai action can be ventur- ed in opposition -to the President, several departments govi A private letter, oi' a late date in August, Froini tbe city of Mexico; has been received here, which says that Gens. frTagrnder, Price, Wilco.tand fjacl- better, and Ool. Stevens, late C. S. A., were aS3 in tne city: also ex Gov. Allen, of Louisuitw, es-Gov. Harris, of Tennessee, and Judge Perkuce, of Louisiana. They vrere all getting along tniar- ably well. The writer says would do w for these, than for-anj- strangers arriving in' his dominions, to ternporarily or permanently. He was determiiKidl to do nothing ithat might give nmhrage to Government of tue Unitecl States. He ever, very mnch in favor of immigration, froiaafl parts of the world, of persons of industry soS character, and 'will soon publish a decree upon tlie iubject, that ironld be very favorable to tiiose who had any idea of coming to Mexico. Gen. Magrnder, the writer says, intended re- maining in the city of Mexico until Picuyime, Oct. ISth. The Chronicle, Washington, which has aE along been in favor ol negro suffrage, comas out co day strongly commending Goverewar Morton's speech, which it publishes infelL- It says the speech is a model production, anS on the question ot negro suffrage, it his arguments as unanswerable. ited the great anxiety to- see the country unite, and at union of the party the solidarity of .the South, as well as the evidence given by Connecticut that the doctrine of a white .matrs government is too strong to be resisted, are all hopeful and encouraging elements on the other side. WORTHY, OF. .-New; York Trib- .t _ nf of Use Gen. Bstler sent.in a statement of Kc views to a ItiHe' meeting of the .Union Leagws in Washington. Among other things "be favored the oonfisciition of all lands travelled over by the Federal armies, and colonizing them with discharged He. siEfi nothing, however, about dividing his catecl spoons among the said soldiers. distinguished tragedian; has cme of the most sumptuous Philadelphia, has been adding to his large property by the purchase, for of the' mansion 'and grounds of George H. StnuiSj'. called Spring Brook, near Philadelphia. ..t Gen the Freedmen's Barftao.; in reply .to certain suggestions .to that- has written'a letter in favor of a National- !Cottori Convention, to be held in Washiagtec. ;or in New .York-j. He says it is favored by fte [Southern planters. f. The "books Federal" show, that he has since'the Federal'occupation'of the city, tlyr.: une calculates that [fully thiee-fou   
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