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

AUGUST 4, 1865. The Commercial Bulletin LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Coolly Done.—A singularly cool and audacious burglary was perpetrated übout three o'clock on Wednesday morning, of which Wm. E. Johnson & Co., Bth street, between Grace and Franklin, were the vie tints. Tu the rear of the building elands a high feneo, composed of plank perpondiou larly arranged at least ten foct in height, which the burglars were compelled to scale before obtaining entrance into the yard. A (light of steps lead from the area to the back door of the establishment. Halting in the hall, at the head of these steps, they lit a e.indle and proceeded to prize off the loek with a jimmy, and entering the shoe shop. The candle not affording them sufficient light for their operations, the gas w*s turned on and lighted, after which they prized open a closet containing the most valuable of the stock, and selected loots, Klines, gaiters and calf-skins to the value of between S3OO and $400. Thisdono tlioy bo-i...

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

4 Thi CoNMMft&I Bulletin general news. N A. Roye fell dead in the streets ot Charleston, South Carolina, Saturday, wliile returning from a funeral. Robert Mayo, Sr., has announced hiuisoll ..s a candidate for Congress from the first district of Virginia. Mr. Shafor'g store in Petersburg, \ a , wal'obbed of SI,OOO worth of goods, a short time since. Major General Heth is at Cape May, on his parole, a? well other Southern officers of less rank A teetotal firm of shipbuilders in Yar.mouth, England, christened a : .hip which i hey launched with a bottle of ginger beer Sirs. John Wood and the New YorkOlym pic Company are to occupy the new Springfield Opera House noxt week. The Westminster Review, in an article on Theodore Winthrop, ranks him as one of the tuoet marked writers of America. An "entirely now comic drama, entitled A rtemu-i Ward, Showman," was announced a< in rehearsal at Maguire's Theatro, San Francisco. Hirtihenu compared the French to children who so...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 5 August 1865

Vol I —No. 78. RICHMOND BUSINESS DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS AT LAW. DANNEK iV IIKOMWELL, Attorney* at Law, No. 3, Law Building. J. II <;i I.MRS* Attorney at Late. Residence and Office, Clay and Sixth streets. JOHNSON .V IGON, Attorney* at Law. One door below Broad street Methodist Church. lIAWBS if SUTTON, Attorney at Lain and Notary Public. No. 2, Law Building. SAMUEI I HADDOX, Attorney at Law f (Firm of Bradshaw & Maddox, Real Estate At?«*ntM,) Mallard Ilotul, Franklin st. N\M i : A WILL!4MA« Attorney* at Law, Office No. 07, Main Street, over the store oi Willi—>l A Meanley. WM* l WATSON. Attorney at /.aw and Commissioner in Chancery. Law Building, Corner 12th and Franklin. \l CTIOM v I II M MISSION MERCHANTS. A A PPL EG ART II «fc SON. Comm is*ion Merchant*, No. 8, Franklin street, 3 doors above 17th. drain, Hay and Feed, wholesale. CI.A i mount: iiarksdale, (Late Williams A Burksdale.) Tobacco aml Produce Oommi*eion Merchant. (Iftoa,at Christian, Lea A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 5 August 1865

2 The Commercial Bulletin "E PLURI BUS UHU M." BAILBY, VnHIKIVIN «c CO., editors and pk o ru 1 ktoks. Office corner of Governor unci Frank!"* St*. t3F"ln anticipation of the early reaump* tioh of the mail service in A irginia, we state this tnorninguur terms for the Sk M I - \V k KKI. Y and Weekly papers. Until our lists are largo enough to justify the 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 oblige us by forming their clubs, aud sending the names to us at the earliest practicable moment. !>IK. JOHNSON AND THE l> Alt HONING POWER. It is to be liojied that Mr. Johpson will not remit the even tenor of his way at the fears of a North Carolina paper, that declares that the people of that State are only awaiting the departure of the United States troops to hang negroes and Union men. Mr. Holden, who has probably equally good opportunities of judging, says that there is no dang...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 5 August 1865

AUGUST 5, 1865. The Commercial Build in LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The Bai.lard House.—We made on yesterday, by invitation,- a tour of ins|>ection through this magnificent building, which is now being fitted up, and will in a few days he opened to the public by Messrs. Maine & French, who, to judge by the taste exhibited in the selection of their lurniture and tlie disregard of expense displayed in their preparations to please their patrons, certainly do know how to "keep a hotel." Every article of furniture is entirely new and manufactured expressly to order for the use of the hotel. • Commencing our rambles at tho ladies' parlor, we paused for a time to admire the furniture, which is composed of ebony, beautifully inlaid with gold—got up in the style known as that of the First Consul—and covered with magnificent crimson satin brocatelle. Of these parlors there are two, divided by a vestibule, both carpeted with the most expensive fabrics of tlie English looms, (of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 5 August 1865

4 The Commercial Bulletin general news. Arrivals of immigrants at Now York since January Ist, 90,490. The most unpopular club i" New York is said to be tho policeman's club. There have been thirty-four suicides attho German Spas this season —all gamblers. Isaac S. Cohen, an obi merchant of Charleston, Souih Carolina, is dead. England spends six and a quarter millions of dollars per annum for guano. Kv President I'iorco arrived at the Clarendon Hotel, Saratoga, ou tho -9th. Sir E. P. Tache,. Premier of the Canadian government, died on Saturday. Hamilton White is the richest man in Sy r lie use. He rejrorts an income of $58,903. Six candidates are being ruu for Congress in the Memphis District. On Tuesday the colored population of Now York celebrated the emancipation of slavery in the British West Indies. Mrs. Mowatt Ritchie has been engaged by the manager of tho Boston Theatre to ap pear there next season. Rev. Samuel Townsend, of the firm of Townsend & North, at Columbia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 7 August 1865

VOL I—NO. 79. RICHMOND BUSINESS DIRECTORY attorneys at I,aw DANNBK A- BROMWBI.L., Attorneys at Laio, No. 3, Law Building. J. II <il I. >IKIf, Attorney at Lau>. Office—Sixth st., near Main, (Allen's buildings.) JOHNSON &t Hi ItfON* Attorneys at Laic. One door below Broad street Methodist Church. IIAWES It NUTTONf Attorney (it Lam and Notary Public. No. 2, Law Buildipg. MMI EI I >1 \ DIIOX, Attorney at Law, (Firm of Bradshaw & Maddox, Real Estate Agents,) Ballard Hotel, Franklin st. NANCE dL WILMAMB, Attorneys at Law, j Office No. 67, Main Street, over the store of Williams A Meanley. Will. F. WATSON, Attorney at Law and Commissioner in Chancery. Law Building, Corner 12th and Franklin. AUCTION COMMISSION MERCHANTS. A APPLWURTn Jk HON, Commission Merchants, No. 8, Franklin street, 3 doors above 17th. Grain, Hay and Feed, wholesale. CLAIBORNE IIARKSDALE, (Lato Williams A Barksdale.) Tobacco and Produce Oomtnission Merch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 7 August 1865

2 The Commercial Bulletin "E PLURI BUS UN U M IIAI IKY, HEUHEUBUKN A." CO., EDITORS and proprietors. O/ftI'*"1 '*" eorntr "$ Governor tvid Franihu St*. tWln anticipation of the early resumption of the mail service in Virginia, wo stato this morningour terms for the Semi-Weekly and Weekly papers. Until our lists are large enough to justify tho issue of these editions, we will tend a Daily paper to such of our patrons as may desire It semi-weekly or weekly. Our friends will oblige us by forming their club J, and sending tho namns to us at the earliest practicable moment. S3STDODAMEAD & Fox . Nuws Agents, Main street, Staunton, will deliver Tub Commercial Bulletin to the citizens at satisfac tory prices. THE MEXICAN PICTI HE. There is a strange dramatic interest at. tachcd to the military panorama now resolving itself into shape upon the Rio Grande. Above and beyond tlio international issues at stake — apart from the holiday tableau of armies in motion, the bravery of gay a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 7 August 1865

AUGUST 7, 1865. The Commercial Bulletin LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Pbovost Marshal's OrricK —Shcond District. —A perfect army of delinquents wore arrayed before Col. Kreutzer on yesterdny and the preceding day, but the cases, ns will bo seen, were mostly trilling. Tlios. O'Connor, found guilty of lying naked and drunk in tho street, was sent for three days to Castle Thunder. He pleaded hard for a remission, but the Colonel irat inexorable, and told liiin that a man guilty of such conduct needod to linvo his character purified by a sojourn in tho Castlo. D. W. Hughes, charged with selling lager to soldiers, confessed to having done so, hut stated that ho thought ho had the right'. He and Frederick Schnyder, guilty of a similar offence,were sent on to Col. MoEnteo, as were Vi'm Ellison and Patrick Shea, for gelling liquor to enlisted men. J as. Ellis, for drunkenness and disorderly conduct, wns fined $2. Mrs. Purcell was, on Saturday, brought before Col. Kreutzer, for tho second time, on tho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 7 August 1865

4 f . —. A-.- —tsv -■ — — • ■ •-- 1 Tlic CoMMtkl Bullet in GENERAL NEWS. The hospitul at Camp Douglas has been broken up. The Hon. Edward Bates, who has been severely ill of late, is now fast recovering. It is estimated that there are now 100,000 negro soldiers under Government pay. About eighty pardons were granted Fri day and aboitt 300 applications received. A dispatch from Nashville states that the Hon'. John Bell took the amnesty oath on Tuesday. Fifteen murders have been committed in Edgefield county, Tenn.. within the past two weeks. The funeral of Sir E. P. Taclie, late Pre mier of Canada, took place nt Quebec yesterday, and was attended by a large concourse of the principal dignitaries of the Province. Michael Graely, while attempting to jump on a gravel train on the Chicago and Quincy Railroad, in Chicago, fell between the cars and was literally torn to pieces. Au unsuccessful attempt to float the frigate Congress was made in Hampton Roads on Tuesday. The eft'ort was to ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 8 August 1865

VOL I—NO. 80. RICHMOND BUSINESS DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS AT LAW. DAN.NKR & BROUWRLL, Attorney* at Law, No. 3, Law Building. J. H. UIL.MEU, Attorney at Law. Office—Sixth St.. near Main, (Allen's buildings.) JOHNSON dk GoJ(i()^ Attorneys at Law. !» One door below Broad street Methodist Church. HAWKS R SUTTON, Attorney at Law and Notary Public. No. 2, Law Building. NAMUKL F. MADDOX, Attorney at Law, (Firm of Bradshaw <fc Maddox, Real Estate Agents,) Ballard Hotol, Franklin st. NANCE <& WIL.EIAMS, Attorney* at Lax, Office No. 67, Main Street, over the store of % Williams A Moan ley. Will. F- WATSON, Attorney at Law and Commissioner in Chancery. Law Building, Corner 12th und Franklin. AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS. A APPLEGARTH & SON, Commiunion Merchants, No. 8, Franklin street, 3 doors above 17th. (irain, Haj4tnd Feed, wholesale. CLAIBORNE IBAHKSDALK, (Late Williams A Barks dale.) Tobacco and Produce Com mixtion Merchant...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 8 August 1865

2 The Commercial Bulletin "E PLURI BUS UNU IT" lIMI.KV, WliDOßltllt'KN A* <<>•. EDITORS AND I'KOrRIBTORS. Ofl Ct<r>ur of Governor flwrf Franklin .NM. It®*ln anticipation of the early resumption of the until service in Virginia, we state this iiioriiingour terms for the Skmi-Wrkkly and Wekkiy papers. Until our lists arc large enough to justify iho 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 oblige lis by forming their ' clubs, uul sending the names to us at the earliest practicable moment. DODAMEAD 4i FOX, News Agents, Main street, Staunton, will deliver Thf. Com MunciAt. BULLETIN to the citizens at satisfactory prices. A FRIBNDI/Y CORRESPONDENT. The New York IVorld is one of those Northern papers that its enemies have labored hard to prove a friend of the South. So far as we are aware this journal has never given any just cause for this compl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 8 August 1865

AUGUST 8,1865. The Commercial Bulletin LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The Post Office was re-opened on yesterday at its old location, the-Custom-House. The arrangements are far more convenient, and the spare more roomy than in the toriner contracted quarters. Tho delivery of gentlemen's letters is divided into two parts, one clerk responding to demands from A to L, another taking the balance of tho alphabet. A soparate space is devoted to the delivery of ladies' letters, another to tho sale of stamps, and a third to advertised letters. The boxes number seventeen hundred and eighty-four, and af% conveniently and compactly arranged. The location of the office is more central, and, for convenience and dispatch, the new arrangements are infinitely preferable to those of the late, establishment. Auction Sale.—Tho following prices were obtained at a sale by Wm. Taylor & Son, on yesterday. Tho sale was a large one and well attended : P. R. molasses, per gallon, 40 cents; Bour boil whiskey...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 8 August 1865

4 Tlic Commercial Bulletin GENERAL NEWS. Arrivals of immigrants at New York siucfl.lan. Ist, 90,490. John Bright'a brother ha* b«i*n defeated for Parliament. * There is great scarcity of female operatives in New England at this time. It is estimated that there nre some four thousand live hundred negroes, residents ol I'ortsmouffF, Va., and its environs. Vic-Admiral Farragut and family, ami Admiral Baily and family, are sojourning at Kye Beach, Mass. A'.l tho Episcopal churches in Philadelphia have heon draped in mourning on account of tlio death of Bishop Potter. The Kentucky Conservatives havo sent a delegation to Washington to try t« have General Palmer's election order set aside. Lowell, Massachusetts, has decreased in population between five and six thousand since 1860. Out of twenty cities and towns in Massachusetts where the census lias just been taken, twelve have decreased in population. Owing to the intense heat, it is understood tluif the President will make a brief trip t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 9 August 1865

VOL I—NO. 81. RICHMOND BUSINESS DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS AT LAW DANNER A BROMWELL, Attorneys at Law, No. 3, Law Building. J. 11. GILMER, Attorney at Lata. Office—Sixth st.. near Main, (Allen's buildings.) JOII NSON tV GON» Attorneys at Law. One door below Broad street Methodist Church. IIA WES It SUTTON, Attorney at Law ami Notary Public. No. 2, Law Building. SAMUEL F. MADDO.X, ' ' Attorney at Law, (Firm of Bradshnw & Maddox, Real Estate Agents,) Ballard Hotel, Franklin st. NANCE & WILLIAMS, Attorneys at Law, Office No. 67, Main Street, .over the storo ot William.; A Meunley. W.M. F. WATSON, Attorney at Law and Commissioner in Chancery. Law Buildiug, Corner 12th and Franklin. AUCTION A COMMISSION MEIM HANTS. A APFLEGARTIf &- SON, Commission Merchants, No. 8, Franklin stroot, 3 doors above 17th Grain, Hay and Feed, wholesale. CLAIBORNE IIARKSDALE, (Late Williams & Barksdale.) Tobacco and Produce. Commission Merchant. Ofliuo. at Cnriminn, Lea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 9 August 1865

a Till' Coiiiiimitial Bulletin • K PLURI BUS UN U M. " BAILEY, WRDDRItBI'IIN a EDITORS AND I'RO 1" KIBT 0K S. Off' I '*' corner of Governor and / ronkhu .Vs. anticipation of the early resumption of tho mail service in Virginia, we state this morningour terms for the Sbmi-IVkguli and Weekly papers. Until our lists are large enough to justify the 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 oblige us by forming their chihs, »ud sending tho names to us at the earliest practicable moment. (ggrDODAMEAD & KOX, News Agents, Main street, Staunton, will deliver The Com mkrcial Bulletin to the citizens at satiafac tory prices. TIIE I.AST KAIIICAI, lIOIMiIC Mr. Johnson's conservative Constitutional «o>»rse towards the South has provoked the malignant ire of the Radical taction to a degree that renders them at once knaves and idiots. Their darling scheme—which was simply an acknowledgem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 9 August 1865

AUGUST 9, 1865. The Commercial Build in local intelligence. Oaf Reading matter on every page of l ' le BULT.KTIN. The Markets were well 'upplied on >esterday morning with finli, flesh and fowl, the prices rilling at' about the name as out last quotations. MhUs. Beef, 10a30 cents ; mutton, lflaU) ; pork, 20a25. Pis},. —Black fish, per bunch of. four, 20 cents • cat fish, per bunch of twelve, 35 cents; rock fish and sheep-head, 'at corresponding pricca. Melon*—Not quite so abundant as during Inst week, but were still plentiful and cheap, watermelons ruling from 10 to 30 cents,each ; muskmelons from 2 to 10 cents, each. Carrots, beets and parsnips, each, 10 cents per bunch ; Irish potatoes, 2 to 5 cents per quart; sweet potatoes, 15 to 20 cents pel quart ; okra, 10 cents ; pepper, 10 cents ; field poas, 10 cents; lima beans, (shotted) 20 cents per quart; cabbages, sto 80 cents per hoad ; corn, 15 to 30 cents per dozen ; mangoes and gherkins, #1 per bushel ; poaches, 5 to 15 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 9 August 1865

4 The Cnimiierml Bulletin GENERAL NEWS AiiiOim contain* mountains of rock salt' is waging among tin l negroes in hud around Macon, Georgia. The Russians are conscripting Poland at tho rate of six and a half men per 1,000. The Japanese at Nagaskai view the railroad there with amazement. , Hayti has had alevon revolutions in six year- lis career is a dark one. TU.' drama of "Paradise Lost" is having a successful run in Paris. The Hon. Kdward Bates, who has boon severely late, is new fast recovering. Tlio rebel General Ewoll is passing the summer at South Kingston, Rhode Island. llaron Von Humboldt's library was lately buriittdiu London, in the store-room of an auctionoeer. It is said that Prince Napoleon has in pros : the first voluino of a history of the Bonapurto family. Neither Union nor Confederate currency is received tor stamps at the postotfico in Texas. UuiStave Uoi'o is busily at work illustrating tlio Bible, Don Quixotic and Dante's Inferno. Some monkeys attacked a man in th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 10 August 1865

VOL I—NO. 82. RICHMOND BUSINESS DIRECTORY attorneys at i.aw. DANNRU iV BROMWELL, Attorneys at Law, No. 3, Law Building. J. II <HLJIER, Attorney at Law. Office—:<ixth At. ne»r Main, (Allen's buildings.) JOHN.MI.> dc OUIUON, Attorneys at Law. One door below Broad street Methodist Church. HAWKS It SUTTON, Attorney at /.air and Notary Public. No. 2, I.aw Building. 9%>ILEL F. MADDOX, Attorney at Law, (Firm of Bradshaw & Maddoz, Roal Estate Agon in,) Ballard Hotel, Franklin st. NANCE JL WILLIAMS, Attorneys at Law, Office No. fl7, M lin Street, over the store ot'j Williams A Mean ley. \v>l. E. WATSON. Attorney at Law and Commissioner in Chance • Law Building, Corner 12th and Frank.in. AUCTION Jk COMMISSION MERCHANTS. A APPLEUARTH Si SON, Commission Merchants, No. 8, Franklin street, «> doors above 17th. Grain, J lay and Food, wholesale * CLAIBORNE BARKSDALE, (Late Williams A Barksdale.) Tobacco and Produce Oommis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 10 August 1865

2 Tlic Commercial Biillclin "E PLURI BUS WNUM." BAILEY, WKDUKURUKN *' CO, I.DITORS AND PKO.-BIBTOHS Ojfi t corntr of Governor ami Franklin -S'"anticipation of the early resump tion of the mall service in Virginia, we state this morningour terms for the SbMI-Wkbklv und Weekly papers. Until our lists are largo enough to justify the issue of thesi editions, we will send a Daily paper tosucl. of our patrons as may desire it semi-weeklj or weekly. Our friends will oblige us by forming their clubs, and sending the names to us at the earliest practicable moment & FOX, News Agents. Main street, Staunton, will deliver Tine COMMEKCIAI. BULLETIN to the citizens at satlsfac torv prices. OItOANIZhD EUROPEAN IMMIORATION, We have already referrod to the subject of inviting foreign immigration to Virginia We concur with our contemporaries in recommending tho introduction of European immigrants to our Southern hearths. The thrifty, industrious and enterprising immigrants have never yet f...

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