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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 28 July 1865

.TtTLY 28, 1865. The Compreial Bulletin LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. UaIHY Men.—We leant thai the soldieif iu tho suburbs still continue their " labors oi love" —love of milk, we mean —by milking evory cow that they can lay hands on. and a rejideut of the Valley gave ua the following account of an incident that happened to liiiuself Having ten sick children, it was highly important that they should be supplied with milk One day he sent liis little sou out to drive up the animal, but on liis discovering her she was being drained by two soldiers, who refused to let her go until they had completely stripped her of every drop of milk. On the next day the father himself set out in search of the animal, and, as before, discovered her undergoing the manipulations of ttvo thirsty soldier.?, who milked with a dex ferity that would have done honor to any country milkmaid. Saying nothing to these poachers, the gentleman proceeded to the quarters of the Colons!, and laid his complaint before that office...

Publication Title: Commercial Bulletin, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 28 July 1865

t The Commercial Bulletin j SOUTH AND CENTRAL AMERICA NEWS By an arrival from Aspinwall we have important oews from South and Central America, which is subjoined : IMPORTANT FROM EQTTADOR. [Tirol tho Panama Star nod Herald, July lfi ] ]>y tho steamer Chile we learn that the revolution in Fquador has been quollud, tho Government having recaptured the vessels of war and driven the invader, Urbin#, back into Peru. The Pun im i Steatn Navigation Company's steamer Talc* was seized by the President of Equa lo- f.ir this purpose, on the 2.">tli June- When the vessel was lyin<rnlo«S" '■ido the molo at Ouayaquil engaged in her legitimate business of loading and discharging carj»o, she was seized by the Oovc nraent authorities, under a tlausp in international Jaw, called "Jus Au<;ari i," and laden with '100 troops, munitions of war, ctc. Tho vessel was then taken command of by the President of t!ie Republic in person, who proceeded down tho river to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 29 July 1865

VOL I—NO. 72. RICHMOND BUSINESS DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS AT LAW. OANNKR \ itRO.MWELL, Attorneys at Lata, No. 3, Law Building. J. 11. GiJLMKit, Attorney at Laio. Residence nnd Office, Clay and Sixth streets. JOHNSON X- CitlUON, ~" Attorneys at Law. Ono door below Broid street Methodist Church. HAWKS K SUTTON, Attorney at Law and Notary Public. No. 2, Law Building. HVMI KL F. MADDOX, Attorney at Law, (Firm of Bradshaw & Mnddox, Real Estate Atfcnlß,) Ballard Hotel, Franklin nt. NANCE JL WII.MAAIS, Attorneys at Law, Office No. fi?*, Main Street, over tho store ol Williams «fc Moan ley. IVMI. I'. WATSUN. Attorney nt Law and Commissioner in Chancery. L.iw Building, Cornor 12th and Franklin. AUCTION «fc COMMISSION MERCHANTS. A ATPI I CIARTII JL SON, Commission Merchants, No. 8, Franklin street. 3 doors above 171b. Grain, Hay and Feed, wholesale. CLAIBORNE RARKSDALE, (Lato Williams & Barksdale.) Tobacco and Pr "luce Commission Merchant. OUT* \ at Christian, Lea .t Co.. No...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 29 July 1865

2 The Commercial Bulletin "E PLU R I BU 8 UNUM." BAII'ET, W'KDDKUBUKN A: I'O., I". It IT 011 S AND YUOtlll ETO K f • rntr of Lfovernot and Franklin St'griu anticipation of the early rcsump* tion of t!ie mall sorvice in Virginia, wo state this morningour terms for tho Bbmi-W«kkl\ and WKKKI.T papers Until our lists are] Urge enough to justilv the issue of these editions, wo will send a Daily paper to such of our patrons as ma\ desire it semi-weekly or weekly Our friends will oblige us by forming their ilubi, au 1 sending the names to us at | \ irliesl practicable moment THE PROBLEM OF SOVIt" 1 " 1 I.AIIOU the great question ol the day is tho Southem labor problem By one stroke of the pen all institution founded and built up under the auspice- of the Kings and Queens, of the Wages, Statesmen and Philanthropists of a former age, has been blotted out of existence. The men of that age have been arraigned at the bar of public opinion by the men of this age, and have had judgment pronounced...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 29 July 1865

JtILY 29, 1865. The Commercial Bulletin LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Another Law Nkedkd.—Whilo passim; down Broad stroct some days since, we came very nearly being run owr by oiws of the mounted guard who was riding his horse iiver Iho sidewalk. He was in full paraphernalia and evidently on duty; but what required his presence on tho sidowalk at that • time we could'nt see. Hiving watched hint, wn found out that he wanted a glass of sodawater, and wasn't inclined to get oil' hi? horse and walk up like other people, but must needs drink it like anxild English stirrup cup. beg that the authorities will amend their law by making it a punishable offence for the patrols or any body olso lo ride upon tho sidewalks. And while wo are about it, will not ibo gentlemanly Chief of Police diroct his force to havo all horses rem ved from the pavement while standing hitched. It is a matter of great inconvenience to walk out in tho stroot to avoid tho danger of passing behind a horse's heels The God let of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 29 July 1865

i The Commercial Bulletin T GENERAL NEWS." Hon 0 A. Daua baa assumed the editorial charge of the Chicago Republican. George D. Prentice reports an income lor 1804 of $10,165 Dangerous counterfeit one dollar greenbacks are circulating in Cincinnati. An Invoice of 1(J0 tons of copper has been received in Sao Francisco trom Arizona. An extensive bed of coal has beeu discovered near Saranac, lonia county, Mich. The lowa State Dental Society is holding its annual convention at Dubuque. Gen. Grant will shortly take a summer trip to the White Mountains. Artcmas Ward i 3 in New York, and ap j mi s to have given up his European tour far the prosent. Sergeant Boston Corbett, who took the ex i-cution of Booth in his own hands, lies sick in r Washington hospital. tPharlos A Dana. lato Assistant Secretary ot War, reached Chicago and hi.-t new editorial cbair last Friday Pre ideal Johnson baa tendered to John tho use of a steam frigate, should he decide to visit this country. Frank P. Randall's b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 31 July 1865

Vol I —NO. 73. MCHMOND BUSINESS DIRECTORY ■ ITTOtjVSTI AT l,\W W\>ANNBR <V BKOiHWRM, i Attorneys at Law, I No. 3, Building. L J. 11. LtfRR, [ Attorney at Lmw. Kesidenro and Office, Clay and Sixfli streets. JOHNHON A <;i U-O.N. Attorneys at Law. One door below Br<Mid street Methodist Chun h. IIAWI'S It SItTTON, Attorney at Law and Notary Public. No. 2, Lrfw building. SAMI Eli I >i \ niiov, Attorney at Law, (Firm of Bradsliaw & Maddox, Heal Estate Agents,) Ballard Holblt Franklin st. NANCB A WILLIAMS, Attorneys at Law, Office No. H7, Akiin Street, over the storo of Williams <%■ Meanley. \V VI. K! W itsopl Attorney at Law and Commissioner in Chancery. Law Building, Corner 12th and Franklin. AUCTION i CO >1 MWOION MERCHANTS. A APPLEOARTII HOW, Commission Merch ants, No. 8, Franklin street, 3 doors above 17th. Grain, Hay and Feed, wholesale. CLAIBORNE ItAHKSDALK, (Lato WillianS" A Uurksdale.) Tobacco...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 31 July 1865

mj the Cofnintrtill Bulletin I'LURIBUS USUM." UAll.lvY, WEDDKItIMKN A <<>• EDITORS AND P K Oflll l ,; rOR s - Oj- nttr iif Oorenior am/ Frank'tia St*. in anticipation of the early resumption of Ihe iniill service in Virginia, wo state this morningour terms for the bKMIdVRKKLY at,J Wkkkly |.hper-. Until our lists are 1a,.. Munich tn justify tho issue of these editi. wo will "end a Daily paper tosucli of our patrons us may de»ire it seini-weckly or weekly. Our friends will oblige u* hy forming their and sanding the names l" us at the earliest practicable moment. AORICI 11't'KK IN VIIIOINIA This vital interest, this foundation of all tru- prosj < rity, demands even more now, tinn in furuicr times, the fostering care of every high-toned and patriotic Virginian.— Via do not mean th-il it shall monopolize our favor to the exclusion of its fair and faithful daughters—manufacture-! and commerce: but that it should b« encouraged and improved for th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 31 July 1865

JULY 31, 1803. irn. il ..lOntl.-U-J- ■iUWKIIUII' I "" The CoifflflfoM Bulletin LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Damages.—On Saturday last, Mrs. Catherine Hunt brought an action for $10,000 against the Central Railroad Company for damages done her husband, Patrick Hunt, by running a railroad car over him and causing the loss of his right foot. Mary Ann Barrett testified that she saw the accident from a distauce of twenty or thirty yards, but heard no bell or whistle give Mr. 11. any warning of bis danger. Thomas Plumuier, a soldier, gave In similar testimony, and Dr. Richardson testified he performed the operation, which was an imperative necessity. All the witnesses spoke in high terms of Mr. Hunt as nil honest, industrious man, with a family dependent upon bis manual labor for their support, and Mr. Tyler, lor the defense, joined in these praises. He testified that he called to Mr. 11., but that the bell and whistle were ou the locomotive, which, according to custom, had been detached near the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 31 July 1865

4 The Coiiiinvreia.l Bulletin VAItIOVS ITEMS. JACK'S WKDDIKU Dikectioss.—" l «"> • ,1 ,u'it, I'm goin' to got spliced to night —ooiilun j ye stand over on that truck ami lend us n " n< in steering us in through the shoals to or Matrimony'(" . , "No, I'm Mossed if I can, Bl ";, • n « s " y,' see Kate and I s shipped for Dolly Devon s landing to ui- ht ; but ns I've been in through thilt I'll- channel three times, shipmate, I can . ive ye all the marks and deeps and sailin' 1 direi iions, so you can sail into \Kirt clear of ivervtliing. • • l'l" vou're goin' to do the thing up a" . hip shape, the tirst thing alter yon gets j" among the Heat, a brunch pilot takes you in tow and moors you about two tii' l,ns Ironi the parson. Then he brings in your consort nit anchors her yard arm and.card arm, close, ib.nird on your sturb«>.ir<f band. Alter that he tows up another dimity craft and moors her head anil starn alongside the bride. Next the pilot ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 1 August 1865

VOL I—NO. 74. RICHMOND BUSINESS DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS AT LAW. DANNER A BROMWKLL, Attorneys at Law, No. 3, Law Building. .i. II i;iiJUK, Attorney at Lam. Residence and Oilice, Clay and Sixth streots. JOHNSON 2 01 icon. A ttorncys at Laio. One door below Brond stroet Methodist Church. ii \WM K si TTON, Attorney at Law and Notary Public. No. 2, Law Building. BAM I i f i MIODOX, Attorney at Law, (Firm of Bt-fulshaw A Maddox, Real Estate Agenta,) Billafd Hotel, Franklin it* NANCE Ac WILMAMH, Attorney* at Law, Office No. T. 7, Main Street, over the store of Williams A Mean ley. _ Will. F. WATSON. Attorney at Law and Commissioner in Chancery. Law Building, Corner 12th and Franklin. AUCTION 4.V COMMISSION MERCHANTS. A APPLEOARTIf A SON, J[jOpi hi inn ion Merchants, No. 8, Franklin street, ;; doors above 17th. Grain, Hay and Feed, wholesale. CLAIBORNE lIARKSDALE, (Late Williams it Barksdale.) Tobacco and Produce Oommixsion Merchant. Office, at Christian, Lea & Co., No. A3 Main stre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 1 August 1865

2 The CoiflinflrciaJ BuMiflj "E PLtfBIJMT| UN U M." I 1t.411.NV, WKDDERIII RN <St CO., KUITORS ANI) PROPRIETORS. OJice corner of Governor and Franklin In anticipation of tho early resumpn tion of tho mail service in Virginia, we state this morningour terms for the Sbmi-Wekki.y and Weskiv papers. Uiitil our lists are large enough to justify <bo i s « uc of thcßc editions, we will send a Daily paper to such of our patrons as may desire it somi-woekly or weekly. Our friends will oblige us by forming the"' <•/«&.«, an ! sending the names to us " l llle earliest practicable moment. GOV. PEIRPOINT AND HIS OPPOSERS It is an unfortunate thing, truly, that a public man can never hope to please ot satisfy all parties Especially is this the case when that man is called upon to preside over the policy of conflicting and angry opinions, in this position does Gov. Peirpoint find himself today. His efforts to secure and ensure an honorable and satisfact...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 1 August 1865

AUGUST 1, 1865. The Commercial Bulletin LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Jiicu Walls.—There are still standiug throughout tho burnt district, high, cracked and blistered wills, threatening to topple over at almost every moment and crush tho lionless one? beneath. Particularly is this tho caso with tho roninants of tho walls which formed the immense and extensive flouring mills of Warwick & Bnrksdale near the Basin. It has boon now four months, to within a few dnys, since the devouring element seized upon thoso beautiful structures, and yet the ' blackened walls, like monuments of tho dispsir and distress, rear up their hoad3, threatening in every brick. It has boon a matter of pleasure and gratification for us to have been unable all through those dreary days to noto a singln fatal accident resulting from tho sudden fallingof thoso walls, and but one accident of that character has occurrcd so far as made public. But this is no safeguard againßt the accidents of futurity; eVery day th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 1 August 1865

4 The Commercial Bulletin general news. tienerftl Shurmtui Ims gone to .Lancaster, Ohio. rigs and pouches are nbunilant in Now Orleans. A foreign lutlor says (Juril'Hldi is ill nt Caprarn. Mr. Honry W. Longfellow, the poet, owns up to an income of $14,000 a year. Over 800 citinons of Andrew county, Mu„ have been indicted for treason. Coal has ndvnnciil $1 a ton in Boston, and now sells at £10. During' the month of June .10? prize money was distributed to claimants Slid domestic explosion—an ini"'"' w ''° lntely burst into tears. ilon Anson Burlingame, '»'« Minister to China, has returned (<■ Boston. Heorge E. Trondni-11. ol Baltimore, luib rej ieived the deiyrei' ol Haclielor ol Arts, from Yale College Lnst week, Thomas Wohlrou, of Philadelphia, was robbed of $32,000 in Government lioiuls. A new .Fenian Circle lias been organized in Brooklyn, another in Jersey City and a third in iloboken. On Thursday the steamer Glasgow arrived lit New York lrom Liverpool, with r&amp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 3 August 1865

VOL I—NO. 76. RICHMOND BUSINESS DIRECTORY attornrym at law. IIANNEIt iV BROMWBLb, Attorney* at Law, No. 3, Law Building. .1 H.OILMIB, Attorney at Law. Residence and Office, Clay and Sixth streets. JOHNSON iV til U*ON, Attorneys at Law. One door below Broad street Methodist Churrh. HAWJCS U SUTTON» Attorney at Law and Notary Public. No. 2, Law Building. > \ >II i I P. >1 \DDOX, Attorney at Law, (Finn of Hradshnw Ss Maddox, Koal Kstatt* Aifonts,) Ballard Hotel, Franklin ?t. N INCH Si WILL IA Mo t Attorneys at Lair, Offieo No. (57, Main Street, over the store of Williams A Meanley. Witt* ii WATSON, Attorney at Law and Commissi oner in Chancery. Luw Building, Corner 12th and Franklin. AUCTION «fc COMMISSION MERCHANTS. A APPLEOARTII A: SON, Com m inn ion Merchants, No. 8, Franklin street, 3 door 9 above 17th. Grain, Hay and Feed, wholesale. CLAIItOUNE IIAHKsPALE, (Late Williams .fc Barksdale.) • Tohacco and Produce Commission Merchant. Office, at Christia...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 3 August 1865

2 The Commercial Bulletin "E PLURI BUS UNUtf." inll.KY, WUDDKKHIRN S. CO., EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. U'fi v corner of Governor <tnd Frank'/" 1 £3?" In anticipation of tho early resumption of the mail service in \ irginia, wo state this morning our terms for the Skmi-Wekkl\ and Wi KKt.v papers. Until our lists are large enough to justify tho issue of these editions, we will send a Daily paper to such of our patrons as may desire it semi-weekly or weekly. Our friends will obiigo us by forming their c!< 'i. an l sending the names to us at the earliest practicable moment. MODERATION I V PEACE. In u quiet way, and without any violent oham;e of opinion, the tone of the Northern public mind, as represented by the Northern journals, is becoming calmer and more regard ful of the well-being of the South. In many quarters 'lie old bad feeling still prevails, and the utterances of the press nre of that charae ter that marked the days of strife and pas sion, wherein the reas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 3 August 1865

AUGUST 3, 1865. The CoffliDereia) Bulletin LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The Market* were on yesterday morning overflowing, and we noted a murk<■<! decline in prices which now somowliat resemble those of former times. Meats wore dull ut reduced rates,owing to the prolusion nnd cheapness of fruits and vegetables. We quote beet at from t to 1(> cents per pound ; mutton at 10 and 10, and pork at 16a20. Bologna sausage sold at 20 cents per pound, as did sausage meats. Fowls were abundant, but ruled high.— Spring chickens ranging front 50 cents to $1 per i air, arid ducks bringing the latter figure. Eggs were firm at 25a30 cents per dozen. Fi -h were neither very plenty nor remarks bly fresh, spots, croakers and other small fry, however, were held at the usual price of 25 cents per dozen, while boiled crabs brought from 80 to 50. Vegetables were abundant, aud as will bo seen cheap, cucumbers being quoted at .> cts. per dozen ; squash at salo, anil green ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 3 August 1865

4 The Commercial Bulletin GENERAL NEWS. A very prompt French dramatist is already preparing "Armniulale'' for the stiife. Mr. Stanton has "boon inado Ll'- D. by * Western college. During his recent trip to Algiors, Nppoloon travelled, altogether, ovor 4,067 miles. Tlio ."all nnd winter season at tlio New York theatres will begin about the lltli of September. flie |no tits from "Arrah na Pogue," at Nililo'a Garden, are miid to bo $7,000 a VMk. The I'ope declined to blosa tlio coffin of Marshal Mngnan, as it was decorated with innsonic emblems. Ueneral Sherman, in his »|>eeoh at Indian apolia, said lie should " nevor. never accept civil office, nnd never again draw liis sword in uuger." It is reported that Abd el Kaderbits written a novel which he intends to publish during his stay in Paris. Trout are the only fish known that possess a voice, which is perceived by pressing them, whon they emit a murmuring sound, aud tremble all over. The wiro suspension bridge now construel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 4 August 1865

Vol I—NO. 77. RICHMOND BUSINESS DIRECTORY ATTORNFYS AT LAW. DANNFR (V RUO.XWELL, Attorneys a< Law, No. 3, Law Building. J. II.GILMER, Attorney at Law. ltosidence and Office, Clay anVSixth streets. JOHNSON A: GlriGON, ~ Attorneys at Law. One door below Broad street Methodist Church. HAWKS It SUTTON, Attorney ot Law and Notary Public. No. 2, Law Building. SAMUEL r. .11 \ kIDOX, Attorney at Law, (Firm of Bra lshaw & Maddox, Rorl Estate Agents,) Ballard Hotel, Franklin st. NANCE I WILLIAMS, Attorneys at Lair, Office No. 67, Main Strcot, over the store ol Williams «L Mt-anley. W3L I • WATSON. Attorney at Laic mid Commissioner in Chancery * Law Building, Corner 12th and Frnnklin. AUCTION >v i OMMISftION MERCHANTS. A APPLEGARTII & SON, Commission Merchants, N<>. 8, Franklin street, 3 doors above 17th. .iiain. liny aiwN^»<Vwholesale. CLA f Ut>itNH> lIAHKSffcALE, , A Barksdale.) Tobacco and P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 4 August 1865

■I The Commercial Bulletin 'E PLURI UN U M." 1.A11.F.Y, WEDDEHBI'ItN A < ° • K UITORB AND 1' KOFRIK T°U S. Office enrntf of Governor ami Franklin Sit. jy In anticipation of tho early rcsurops tion of the mail service in Virginia, wo state this inorningour terms tor the Sf.MI-WkkkLY and AVekklv papers. Until our lists are large enough to justify tlio issue of those edili ns. we will send a Daily paper to such of our patrons as may desire it semi weekly or weekly. ilur friends will oblige us by forming their clubs, ami sending the nanios to us at the earliest practicable moment. KECUtl.llFMl.tTittMH FOR 1*AIIl»ON A ] illper discredit lias been given in Wash ington to the declarations of the Raleigh ('nyrrM, that certain gentlemen of North Carolina, distinguished for their late attach mcut to the Confederate Cause, and who have been recommended for pardon by Gov. Golden of that State, are organizing for n political resistance to his administration, and a hostile course to th...

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