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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 14 July 1865

JULY 14, 1865. The Commercial Bulletin LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Povost Marshal's Office—First District. —The inevitable case of Geo. Roten, charged with stealing two hogs from C'atlie rine Capstan, came up again this morning, and he was sent to the Castle for trial. Fanny, a ncgress, charged with stealing two dresses from another "colored lady," was admonished that "honesty u the best policy" by twenty days confinement in tho Castlo, during eight of which she will luxuriate on bread and water. Albert Christian, a negro, suspected of being concerned in a robbery, was held over for trial as was also Henry Manson, charged with theft. Charles McCarty, for being too fast, and behaving in a disorderly manner, was sentenced to fast rigidly one day in the New Market station house. Andrew Steke, for selling liquor to soldiers, und to others without a license, was forwarded to the Provost Judge, who imposed a fine of twenty-five dollars. Myers Tally, for refusing to pay a debt due his shoemaker, W...

Publication Title: Commercial Bulletin, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 14 July 1865

4 Tlh> Bulletin 1 general news, The revolution in Peru is gaining ground. A new revolution has broken out in Kcua dor. No less than seven wars ami royolutlous aro now progressing in South America. A now 1 evolution has broken out in Bolivia. The difficulties between Spam and Chili have been adjusted. Thn hostilities between Paraguay and llrnlil are carried on with great bloodshed. Charles of Somerville, N J., was run over liurHf Lentral Railroad last Satur day, and killed It i 'reported from Mexico that Cortina?, the Liberal General, will soon coaso his opposition to Maximilian. The ox-Queen of tho Sandwich Islands lias pissed through Panama, ou the vay to F.uropo. B F. Butler will be a candidate for the Republican nomination for Governor of Massachusetts llm Hazard powder mills at Enfield,• Ct., exploded ou Wednesday morning. Two work I men were killed, and the building entirely de strove! Gen. Roberts, commanding the garrison at Fortress Monroe, is said to have read tho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 15 July 1865

VOL I—No. 6(). RICHMOND BUSINEBS DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS AT LAW DAN NEK X' BROMWELL, Attorney* at Law, No. 3, Law Building. J. H. GILMER, Attorney at Laio. Kcsidence and Office, Clay and Sixth streets. JOHNSON Ac UUI UONT Attorneys at Law. One door below Broad stroet Methodist Church. HAWKS R. SUTTON, Attorney at Law and Notary Public. No. 2, Law Building. SAMUEL F. MADDOY, Attorney at haw, (Firm of Bradslmw & Mnddox, Real Estate Agents,) Ballard Hotel, Franklin at. NANCE & WILLIAMS, Attorneys at Law, Office No. f»7, Main Streot, over the store of Williams A Meanley. WW. K. WATSON. Attorney at /.aw and Commissioner in Chancery. Law Building, Corner 12th and Franklin. AUCTION A* COMMISSION MERCHANTS. A «API' LEO ART H & SON, Commission Merchants, No. 8, Franklin streot, 3 doMB above 17th. Grain, Hay and Feed, Wholesale. CLAIBORNE BARKSDALE, (Lato Williams <fc Barksdale.) Tobacco and Produce Oommission Merchant. Office, at Christian. Lea A Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 15 July 1865

•2- TheConimere^Beftitifl E PLURIBUB PIP M." BAIUTi WKUUKKBI'HN * ®*t EDITORS AND I'll Opk I KTORS. offtc* cnrntr of Ooorruor ninl franklm Sit. THE JOHNSON-SUMNBB rOI.I.OQUY.. ~k (, TKST OK TUB ICK..-BONNKTS The late colloquy between Mr. Johnson and I Mr. Sumner, wherein the former gentleman is reported by a Washington correspondent of a Western pa|ier as having dismissed thewh"' o ( imihination of the radical, revolutionary. l eudiary and intrusive faction of ""d bonnet* iu the simple declaration to the Massachusetts fanatic that, as much as he hated a Secessionist," he still had a greater hatred and contempt for a Northern fanatic, has, natu rally enough, created a universal flutter among those most affected by the presidential utterances. A laborious attempt is now being made the part of the Radicals to satisfy an incredulous public that the re|>orted conversation is all a mistake; that Mr. Johnson never uttered the sentiments attributed to him, for the simple reason t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 15 July 1865

JITLY 1-», 1865 tlic Ciiinnmal Bulk tin LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Provost Marshal's Office —First District. —All was dull and drowsy at this place oil yesterday, and the new incumbent presiding found his post almost a sinecure. The following unfortunates were brought before the tribunal: Lucy Coburn, colored, charged with assisting in the commission of a robbery at the house of Mrs. Smith, on 2d, near Baker street, was held for trial. Jasi>er Taylor, a negro, for stealing a hat from M. W. Rose, was sentenced to 25 days in the Castle ut hard labor. Roliert Schafer, charged with having in his possession a Government horse, was held for trial. Provost Marshal's Office—Second District. —Col. Kreutzer examined the fol lowing cases on yesterday : Geo. W. Baitcher, a soldier, fc'as sent for two days to the Castle for having no pass. J no. Wilson, 100 th N. Y. Volunteers, for being drunk and without a pass, received five days iu Castle Thunder. Finley Tuttle, a negro, one of a thieving...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 15 July 1865

i Tin 4 Co/iiiiimial Bulletin I GENF.RAL.HEWB. j tl» -tor© the tapturo of Savannah, <Jenfiul Logan with two or three of" his stall, •'fttored the depot at Chicago, ono flno morn ing, to tnko the cars past, on his way to reimi bi* command. The general being a • Uort distance in advance of the others step* pud upon the platform of a car, about to' ••nter it, but was stopped by an Irishman with . • •Ye'll not be £oiu in there.'* ••Why not, sir ?" a j <ki d the general. »»Iv--iiiee them'rj a leddies eaer, and no gintleman'll bogoin' in there widont a ledcty. Ther's wan sate in that eaer over th«'r, ,»f yeei want it/ at the samp time pi»/nting to \t. ' '•Vos, replied the general, a,, e there' 1 one seat, tun what <half 'do with my taff V" •*oh! bother yer (nil !" was the petulent reply "Co you ainl take the sate. and stick yor staff out of the windy," r i«r of \f:oHornmv rht> Piahkill Jourua: gives the following Mrs. Darina Hall, v. i.-o reside...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 17 July 1865

VOL I—NO. 61. RICHMOND BUSINESS DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS AT I,AW IMNNER a iihomwrll, Attorney* at Late, No. 3, Law Building. •I. 11. <41 Mil KK, Attorney at La to. Residence and Office, Clay and Sixth streets. JOIINMON ft UlllflONi Attorney• at Law. One door below Broad street Methodist Church. HAWKS It MUTTON, Attorney at Law and Notary Public. No. 2, Law Building. SAMUEL F. MADDUX, Attorney at Law, (Firm of Bradshaw & Maddox, Kenl Estate Agents,) Ballard Hotel, Franklin at. NANCE A: WILLIAMS, Attorney 9 at Law, Office No. fl7. Main Street, over tho store of Williams A Meanley. WM. F. WATSON. Attorney at Low and Commissioner in Chancery. Law Building, Corner 12th and Franklin. AUCTION A. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. A APPLEH AHTII A: SON, Commission Merchants, No. 8, Franklin street, 3 doors above 17th. Grain, Hay and Feed, wholesale. CLAIIIORNE IIARKSDALE, (Late Williams A Barksdale.) Tobacco and Produce Oommission Merchant. Office, at Christian. Lea A Co., No. 68 Main ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 17 July 1865

•± mt The Commercial Bulletin "E FLU RI BUS UKUI." BAILEY, WBDDBUBITKN 4 EDITORS AND PROrItIETORS. Office corner of Governor an>l Franklin St*. THE The sentiment expressed by Hauilet with re ard to the protestations of the mock-queen in the play contrived to "catch the conscience of the king," is, as the world goes, a pretty just standard whereby to measure the can<l" r and honesty of certain men. We '"ay set down as a principle, that, where an individual lias no apparent motive to take up the cudgels in behalf of a cause whence lie pro. fesses to derive no gain, there is something more than natural in his profession, which nothing short of Hamlet's philosophy can solve —that is, he "doth protest too much." This is, we conceive, the animus of on Alexandria paper, whose protestations con cerning the "mild and estimable" qualities of the Marshal of the Eastern District of Virginia conceal something more than the mere eye can see. Nor does the maudlin cant ol our ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 17 July 1865

JULY 17, 1865. The Commercial Bulletin LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. TnE Christian Commission. Some account of the origin, objects and operations of this organization which has bestowed so many benefits upon our citizens, and which will ever be gratefully remembered, may not be uninteresting to some of our readers. At the Inception of the war the Young Men's Christian Association "of Philadelphia dispatched several delegates to the army, to render tiny aid or assistance in their power. These delegates were present at the battle of Manassas, and seeing so mucli of suffering and such a need for spiritual and temporal benefits prevailing in the army, made a report to the association. A General Convention of Christian associations shortly after convened in New York, which organized a National Christian Commission, to be composed of volunteer delegates who were to labor without pay, rnceiving only their traveling expenses and their food, and the objects of the institution were "to promote tho spir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 17 July 1865

4 The Commercial Bulletin TIIK GOLDEN CIRCLU. General Order from Itn* Pre»lilt'ii|.-Tb*' Order f-iiapetidril I mil IOI). , The following remarkable order, xnys the New York Timet, is from the l»'n <•! Bicklev, President of the Knights of the Golden Circle, now und for some two years a prisoner. It tells its own story : KXRCVTTVE (iFTXEIMI. OltDKll, No. 10-7-IH. Whereas, by General Order No. 7-6-15, the cluhl's of ilio several departments of the Golden Circle were required to suspend all oper ntions of their several departments until further orders, forwarding their papers material to the headquarters of the Cine, together with such money as belong to the custody of the Treasury ; nnd Whereas, During this suspension, a terrible civil war has raged within the limits of the United State' between the Federal Government on the one side and certain of the Southern States confederated on tho other side, nnd which said civil war lias terminated bv the vindication of the national ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 26 July 1865

Vol I —No. 69. RICHMOND BUSINESS DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS AT LAW DINNER 1 BROMWKLL, Attorneys at Law, No. 3, Law Building. J. U. UILM^R, Attorney at Law. Residence and Offietf, Clay and Sixth streets. & liIIUO.N, Attorneys at Law. On* door below Broad street Methodise Church. HAWKS It SUTTON, Attorney at Law and Notary Public. No. 2, Law Building. _ Samuel f. maddox, r Attorney at Law, (Firm of Hradnhaw & Maddox, Heal Estato Ballard Hotel, Franklin st. NANCE Ac WILLIAMS, Attorneys at Laic, O.Tico No. 67, Main Street, over the store of Williams A Meanloy. "w.ll. F. WATSON. Attorney at Law and Commissioner in Chancery. L iw Building, Comer 12th and Franklft. AUCTION COMMISSION .WERt'IIANTM. A APPIiBQARTII Jt SON, « Commission Merchants, No. 8, Franklin streot, 3 doors above 17th. r Grain, Ilay and Feed, wholesale. CLAIIIORNE HARKSDALE, (Late Williams «t Barksdalo.) Tobacio and Produce Oommission Merchant. Office, at Christian. Lea A Co., No. fiß Main street. J. J. B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 26 July 1865

' > The Ctiimncvcial Bulletin "E I'LU RI !)US UNUM." 15X11.1 V, wuniiKitiiriiN * <'"• KIIIT «> U S AN 1) rllO rK I KTOIiS. Offire corner of Oootrnor and Frankliu S(^. ;. 5- In anticipation of the early resump- ■ tion of the mail service in \ irginia, we t-tate tlii- inorningour terms for the Skmi-WrKK t.\ and Wkeklv papers. Until our lists are large enough to justify the issue of these editions, we will send a Daily paper tosuc'' of our patrons as may desifc it semi or weekly. , Our friends will oblige us r e " rlu'. , and sending tbe na""' 1 lIS llt 110 ettrlie.it practicable women' nit vm.u Y. In hi- letter to the CRuirinan of tlioGettysbui* Mouuincnt®Association. Mr. Johnson u. this language.—" lam greatly mistaken if. in tho States lately in rebellion, we do not henceiorward have an exhibition of such loyalty and patriotism as were never seen or felt there before." This is tho utterance of one who can do more than all living men to bring about th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 26 July 1865

JULY 26, 1865. Tim Commercial Bulletin LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Confidkntial. —Most peoplo have great conH'b'iu' in gov«rnnient, and particu* larly in 11' at cjovernmerit undor which they live <ir from which they recoivc fivor Since it has been the disposition of. t!». 4 military department of this, post to help all who could not help themselves, it appears that, because like.favors have not been cotiferred upon those well jible to provide for thomsclws without ca on the governiii >ai for reli'of, have taken umbrage, and *l»it Forth their detestation in epithets of unp.trdonable significance. To relieve sucb, an J all future applications for relief from parties so di.-poso l, wo append a paragraph Oenortil Orders No. 88, Headquarters Deportment of Virginia, just promulgated, for their bent-fit : ' The usl) «.fambulances, army wagons or public or for civilians, except in )»v< --iiifj c ».-■■ ot charity and mercy, when reli i . innot be obtained otherwise, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 26 July 1865

I Kite Commercial' Bulletin W A Priest to he Executed. —The [trial of ilio Swedish pastor, Lindback, for ■poisoning people with the Sacramental rwiue, ban terminated, as was expected, in I his conviction. The chief difficulty was to assign sufficient motives', those named by the prisoner appearing utterly insufficient to necouut tor three or four successive murders. He asserted throughout that the murdered persous were either incurable" or were, in other ways likely to • cotae burdens <Ju his parish, and tli«' ir vh3 for the purpose of relieving >' °' •ho burden of their presence, th"' he beguilty of this series < orlmt*. BeI'jre ho was tak n into tl>•' court he was deprived of hia eci'/esinstii'al vestments,* aud after sentence liad been pronounced he addressed ihe Judge and the Governor of the Province, acknowledging the justice of his sentence. He afterward made a speech to the crowd to a similar effect, and espressivc of his confidence...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 27 July 1865

VOL I—NO. 70. RICHMOND BUSINESS DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS AT LAW DANNBR & BROMWELL, Attorneyh at Law, No. 3, Law Building. J. 11. OILMEK, Attorney at Law. Rcrnionre and Office, Clay and Sixth streets. JOil.Nsu.N & uuiuonT # " Attorney* at Law. Ono door below Broad street Methodist Church. HA\Vi;« It MUTTON, Attorney at Law and Notary Public. No. 2, Law Building. BAMULL F. MADDOX, Attorney at Law, (Firm of Bra Uhaw & Maddox, Real Estato A fonts,) Ballard Hotel, Franklin st. NANCE 4c WILLIAMS, Attorneys at Law, Office 270. C 7. Main Street, over the store of Williams A Meanley. WM. F. WATSON, Attorney at Law and Commissioner tn Chancery. Law Buildiug, Corner 12th and Franklin. A L'CTION & COM MI SSI ON MERC If A NTS. A APPLEUARTH & SON, Com mission Merchants, No. 8, Franklin street, 3 doors above 17th. Gruiu, Hay and Feed, wholesale. CLAIBORNE lIARKSDALE, (Late Williams A Barksdale.) Tobacro and Produce Oommiseion Merchant. Offi.v....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 27 July 1865

4 The Commercial Bulletin "E PLU R I BU 8 UNUM." iiaii.ky, wkdderbwkn &• CO., EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. Office corner of Governor and Franklin jgj"ln anticipation of tho early resumption ot the mail service in Virginia, we state this morningour terms for the Semi-Wi:kki.\ and Weekly papers. Until our lists are large enough to justify the issue of these editions, we will send a Daily papor to such of our patrons as may desire it semi-weekly or weekly Our friends will oblige us by forming their clubs, and Bending the namos to us at the , earliest practicable moment. THE CHABTBH KI.Zt'T/ONS. it would be a work of supererogation to at tempt to instruct the |>eople ol Kiclimond upon the elections of Tuesday. Every man who voted upon that day was aware ot what he was doing, and does not need to be in' formed of the purpose that actuated him in casting the vote that he did Whether the votes were cast for Major Sturdivaut or for Mr. Taylor—taking those two gentlemen aH...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 27 July 1865

JULY 27, 1865. The Commercial Build in LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Successful Candidates.—The municipal election for this city passed off very and. in the main, willf good feeling. The candidates wcro gentlemen of fair character and pretensions, and it is almost a pity that all of them could not have been elected. Wo saw for several days before the election an evident disposition in certain quarters to excite prejudice against Borne of the prominent candidates on the ground that they had been in the Confederate army. At tho same timo some efforts were put forth to .how tlio strong '-Union" principles of other c mdidates, and enforco their claims to tho support of the people. Theso efforts did net accomplish the desired object, but rather put the people to thinking for themselves. As wjs to he ex pec tod of tho good people of Richmond, who aro proverbially intelligent and patriotic, they selected their officers with good judgment and commendable unanimity. If any ono impulse man!tested iUeli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 27 July 1865

4 The CoiiiiiMTcial Bulletin More Feats of the Yankee Blondin. [From the Buffalo Courier, July lvlth.] Harry Leslie inside his third ascension over tho Niagara River, below the Suspousion Bridge, yesterday afternoon about twenty minutes past lour o'clock, and we put it on record us one of the grandest teats in funambulism ever attempted. On both aida? of the river, within the enclosures, and upon the Suspension Bridge, immense numbers of people congregated, but the prevalence of an almost terrific gale induced many to believe not only tbut Leslie would uot attempt to cross the rope, but that if he did, ho \\oul<l be blown from it iu the seething aaters beneath. A number of gentlemen belonging to the olass who always emphasize their ideas of matters generally with an offer of a bet, manifested their willingness to wajier large sums agaiust and approximate nothing, tbat Leslie would not attempt to cross the river. Those who knew the man, wbo now modestly styles himself the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 28 July 1865

Yor, I—No. 71. Richmond business directory ATTORNEYS AT I.AW. BANNER il- BROMWULIi, Attorneys at Late, No. 8, Law Building. J. U. DILMBm Attorney at Late. Koiidenco and Office, Clay and Sixth streets. ~ - ty>. t.llt.ON, Attorneys at Law. Ono door below Broad street Methodist Church. jj UVL.S tc MUTTON, AttO' ey at Law and Notary Public. No. 2, Law Building. J i.tZUKL r. MAIIIIOX, Attorney at Lair, (F:rm of Bra Übnw & Maddox, Real Estate B*llar<l Ifotel, Franklin st. NANCt: <fc WILLIAMS, Attorneyt at Law, O.Ti.'o N cr. !VTi nSt root, over the store of Williams & Mean ley. H.U. L . WATSON, Atto ■ry at L-ho o i l Commissioner in Chancery. L tw Builiiug, Corner 12th and Franklin. AUCTION' & COM MISSION MERCHANTS. A APPLEOARTH 6c SON, Commission Merchants, No. 8, Franklin street, 3 doors abovo 17th. Grain, Hay and Feed, wholesale. CI. iiAKKSDALE, (Lmi" W-jllfoaM A B.irkertalo.) ■j' •¥-r .•» fn?e~V)bihiniswion Merchant. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 28 July 1865

h The (3offlinereial Britain E Tlu ri BUS UN U M.TIILEY, WEBBIKBIBN A CO., tD IItfB3 AND PRO rR I ETOH.--!^ioe curntr of Governor nnd Franklio ■y In anticipation of tho early resump - tion of the mail service in \ irginia, wo t-tati ihis mo-ningour terms for the Skmi-Wekkly and "Wesklv [.sper- Until our lists nie iurge enough to justify the issue of these edition!, we will send a Daily paper to such of oar patrons as may de3ire it semi weekly or weekly Otir friends will oblige us by forming tl«'"' clubs, au>l sending the narne3 to us the earliest practicable moment itllt JOHNSON AM) Til ft UOVERNOtt OF SOUTH CAKOMNA Governor Perry, lately appointed Provisional Governor of South Carolina, has left Washington on his return to that State. Daring his stay in Washington he had opportunities of exchanging views with Mr. Johnson upon the general questions involved in the exercise 01' his authority as Governor, and liis views have met with the Executive concurrence. It will be re...

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