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

AUGUST 17, 1865. This Commercial Bulletin HVENINU EDITION OF TIIK BULLETIN. TO THE PUBLIC. It is our purpose, in a few days, to issue daily an Evening Edition of the Commercial Bulletin. The object of this publication is to give t he latest information concerning the state of the Northern and Southern markets by telegraph to the merchants of Richmond, also the latest news to its readers, in advance of the Northern papers. The Evening Edition will lie devoted al most exclusively to the business interests of this city, and in introducing this new candidate to public favor, we promise to make it as complete a publication as the facilities at our command will enable us. We will have telegraphic correspondents at distant (mints, and whilst the advices obtained from this source will lie the great point of interest, tho paper will contain the latest mail news, local intelligence, and editorials on the questions of the day. We trust that the mercantile community will extend to us the patron...

Publication Title: Commercial Bulletin, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 17 August 1865

4 The Commercial Bulletin GENERAL lIEWS. The brewers and beer-sellers in New \ork are at lager heads. It is a line of $5 to shoot squirrels in Penn svlvania between the lirst of September an I the last day of December. The English hospitals arc being cleaned and fumigated in anticipation of the arrival of the cholera. The decline in the cotton market has in dieted a loss of six million pounds on the Egyptian cotton-growers. The mother of the late General Turner Ashbv, of the Confederate army, died on the 27th ult., in Virginia. Steps are being taken towards holding a mass meeting in New York, to advocate the enforcement of the Monroe doctrine. Ueneral Wade Hampton hits been nominated as a delegate in Columbia, to thd South Carolina Convention. The yellow fever is prevailing to an alarming extent in Savannah. Vessels are neither allowed to leave or approach the city. The Colroeksink iron works, near Philadelphia, were destroyed by lire on Saturday morning. Loss over $20,000. I'aul Mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 18 August 1865

Vol I—NO. 89. RICHMOND BUSINESS DIRECTORY attorneys at i,aw BANNER X BROMWEIjI., Attorney• at Law, No. 3, r.nw Building. J. H. etLMra, Attorney tit Law. Office—Sixth .t„ nenr Main, (Allen's buildings.» JOHNSON A- (iI)iUUN. Attorney* at Late. Ono duor Wluw Broad street Methodist Church. HAWI£M It. SUTTON, Attorney at Law and Notary /olic, ' No. 2, Law Building. s \ >i I 1.1 iHADIMIX, Attorney at Low, (Firm of Bradshaw & Maddux, Heal Kstato Agents,) Ballard Hotel, Franklin st. NANCB X wTLIiIAIHS, Attorneyi at Law, Office No. (17, Main Street, over tlio store of Williams A Mcanley. Wi»l. WATSON. Attorney at Law ami UuHuititirioner in Ohancery. liii'v Building, Cornftr 12i.1i and Fran I: I in. AUCTION &- COMMISSION MERCHANTS. A API'I.EO ARTII iV SON, t'ommiinion Merchant., No. 8, Franklin street, :i doors above 17th. drain, llay and Feed, wholesale. CI.AIBOHNE BARKSBAI.E,' (Late \\illiams A Barksdale.) Tobacco and Produce Oommission Merchant. (Mii • . ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 18 August 1865

~ W The Coiiiinwcial Bulletin "E PLURI BUS UN U M." RAIIjEY, WKIIDEUBUKN- «r CO., EDITORS AND PROfRIBTORS. OjJice ctirntr of Governor and Franklin Sti. IHJDAMKAO & FOX, News Agents, Main street, Staunton, will deliver The Commercial Bulletin to the citizens at satisfac tory prices. AN OIITI.KT KOR TilK E.>l ANCI I'ATKI* NUt.ItOKS The rapid increase of tho negroes of the South, whether caused by thoir unhoppinttt or by the dirt and degradation in which they delight to live, has for years past boen a source of uneasiness to tho reflecting minds of the South. They foresaw that if the negroes should be confined to tho then aroa of slave territory, and continue to increase in the same ratio, in process of time the Southern States would bo completely Africanized. To guard against the apprehended danger it was deemed of the last degree of importance to provide an outlet for the negroes. Tho eyes of the Southern people were turned to the territories as af fording the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 18 August 1865

AUGUST 18, 1865. Tin; Commercial Bulletin EVENING KIMTICIN OF TIIK lIIIM.KTIN. to tiik run Lie. It is our purpose, in a Jew days, to issu dally an Evenig Edition of the Commercial Bulletin. The object of this publication is to give the latest information concerning the state ot the Northern andSouthorn markets by telegraph to the merchants of Richmond, also the latest news to its readers, in advance of the Northern papers. The Evening Edition will be devoted al most exclusively to the business interests of this city, and in introducing this new candidate to public favor, we promise to make itas complete a publication lis the facilities at our command will enable us. We will have tele graphic correspondents ut distant points, and whilst the advices obtained from this source will be the great |ioint of interest, the |>aper will contain the latest mail news, local intelligence. and editorials on the questions of tile day. We trust that the mercantile column nity will extend ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 18 August 1865

4 The CoimiieriMal Bulletin r^rr — — ; t ,x: Q ENERAL NEWS. Lord ('aimerston lias ;i horse entered tor the Derby of 1st!?. A New York garroter has been sentenced to ten years' imprisonment. Artemus Ward received !(>">,IHK) ensli for his new book. The receipts from internal revenue last Saturday amounted to $1,333,505 35, The California mines have yielded $30,0(10. 000 in gold. General Sherman arrived at St. Louis on the fourteenth instant. Among the pardons granted on the loth was one to Senator Fitzpatriek, of Alabama. Hon. T. C. Theaker, of Ohio, has been appointed Commissioner of Patents. John VV. Schmidt, the Prussian Consul General to the United States, died in New York on Saturday. A gray snake, between two and three feet long, supposed to have escaped from Bar nutu's Musem, is crawling around New York. A daughter of Hiram Powers, the sculptor> was lately ma'rried to one of the richest luer chants of Sheffield, England. The returns from sales o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 21 August 1865

VOL I—NO. 91. RICHMOND BUSINESS DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS AT LAW. DANNKIt A- IIKOMWKMj, Attorneys at Law, No. 3, Law Building. J ii <;n,.)ii:ic, Attorney at Law. Offioe Sixth st., near Main, (Allen's buildings.) JOHNSON A GUIGON, Attorneys at Law. Ono door below Broad street Methodist Church. HA WES it si TTONi Attorney at Law and Notary Public. No. 2, Law Building. SAJHI BL i NAOMI, Attorney at Law, (Firm of Bradshnw & Maddox, Heal Estato Agents,) Ballard Hotel, Franklin it. NANtm \ \VI 1.1.l AIMS« Attorneys at Law, Office No. f»7. Main Street, over the store of Williams A Meanley. WM* P. WATSON, Attorney at Law ami Commissioner in Chancery. Law Buildiug, Corner 12th and Franklin. AUCTION X COMMISSION MERCHANT*. A API'I.RGARTII A MON, (\mimission Merchant *, N«». 8, Franklin street, 3 doors above 17th. Grain, Hay and Feed, wholesale. CI/AIBOKNE DAKKSDALE, Tobacco Commission Merchant. Office on 15th street, near St. Charles Hotel .1. J- IIIMOKII iV CO., drovers and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 21 August 1865

1 ■ \ A The Commereiil Bulletin •E PLURIBUS UN U M. " BAII.EV, WKDDEKUVItN tV CO., KDTTOHS AND PR, OPR I BTORS. OJi ■ corner of Oovernor inni Frankliu St*. HTDODAMEAD i: FOX, News Agents, Main street, Staunton, will deliver Thk Commrrciai. Bulletin to the citizens at satisfac tory |iricM. THK EVENING UUI.I.KTIN. The first number of our Retiring edition will be issued lit two o'clock this afternoon. During the past week, wo have used every endeavor to perfect our arrange ments for the publication of a complete and satisfactory paper. Ah it in. many important improvements will have to bo iutroduciHi bolure we can make the |>aper as complete as we would wish. Still we have the satisfaction of knowing that it is a mere question of time, and should we meet the patronage and sup port which we believe our enterprise is enti. tied to. the Evening edition of the BULLETIN will become indispensable to our reading and business community. Whilst we have promises of telegraphic re port...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 21 August 1865

mm'fH, m Tliti Ceimemal Bulletin LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Burglary.—On the night of the 18th iust., the store of Estes & Parrott, corner ot 18th and Main streets, was entered by burglars and robbed of two boxes, a lia.ll hogshead ol bacon, and a lot of shoes. No suspicion was nt first entertained as to who were the guilty parties, but by tlie energetic efforts ot the ]>olice a clue was at last obtained, and Edward Lee, a stalwart negro rutfian, a notorious thief and a deserter, who has already been an inmate, both of tho State prison and the hard labor prison at Norfolk—was arrested after a desperate struggle, in which he was severely clubbed by the officer. On his person were tbund about $'-'() and a pistol. John Pearce, another negro, was also arrest ed and confined to a cell in the Station house. Martha Oreen, a negress, was next arrested on the charge of being a receiver ot the stolen goods, and although she denied all knowledge of the affair, a large quantity ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 21 August 1865

The Commertial Bulletin G ENER AL NEWS. The President lias appointed Thomas G. Simmons postmaster at Atlanta; Ga. The receipts from internal revenue Saturday amounted to nearly $1.000,000. Major General Alvin P. Hovey, of Indiana, lias been up|iointed Minister to Peru. Mr C'hiclMustico Chase arrived in Waslington on Thursday evening. The Secretary of War has ordered the immediate discharge of the Fourteenth and Six teenth New York Heavy Artillery. Twenty-one deoroos of divorce wore rendered during the term of tho Circuit Court just closed at Springtiold, 111. The Loonardtown Gazette says very few persons are presenting themselves for registration in St. Mary's county. Several hundred applications for pardon, in i lading one from the Keliel Brigadier*ltinera! Campbell of Tennessee, were received Friday. The steamer Meteor, which collided last week with tin' Pewabic, has been raised. She is not much injured, and will lie brought to Detroit. A lire in the woods to the south of the city...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 22 August 1865

Vol I—NO. 92, RICHMOND BUSINESS DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS AT LAW. DINNER Ac BROMWELL, Attorneys at Law, No. 3, Law Building. J. 11. GILMER, Attorney at Law. Office —Sixth St., near Main, (Allen's buildings.) JOHNSON £ GUIGON, Attorneys at Law. One door below Broad street Methodist Church. HAW BB it BUTTON, Attorney at Laic and Notary Public. No. 2, Law Building. SAMUEL F. MADDOX, Attorney at Law, (Firm of Bradshaw & Maddox, Real Estate Ascents,) Ballard Hotel, Franklin st, NANCE dL WILLIAMS, Attorneys at Law, Office No. 67, Main Street, over the store of Williams A Mean ley. WM. F. WATSON, Attorney at Law and Commissioner in Chancery. Law Building, Corner 12th and Frank'in. AUCTION A: COMMISSION MERCHANTS. A APPLEG ARTII «fc SON, Commission Merchants, No. 8, Franklin street, 3 doors above 17th. Grain, llay and Feed, wholesale. CLAIBORNE RARKSDALE, Tobacco Commission Merchant. Office on 15th street, near St. Charles Hotel J.J. BINPOKD A- CO., Grocers and Commission Merchants. N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 22 August 1865

<y %, *>1 The Ciiiiiiiicreial Bulletin "E pi U ri bus tjn U M." t1.%11.KV. Wl.'ltDKlllM'UN it- CO., I 11 1 '!' 0U S AND PROPRIETORS. ' ii f (jtH-trnnr and Franklin, Sti. IKJDAMRAD k FOX, News Agents, Main street, Staunton, will deliver The Com mkim i \i. Bui.i r.TtN to tho citizens at satisfac tory prices. ' Till' fOMJItESHIONAI. ELECTIONS. Our people are well aware of the inipor ;anee tenditi' the ensuing elections for Rei>resentalives to Congress. They are not aware, however, a" a general thing, of the deter mined tight that Radicalism is preparing to make upon this question when our Represen latives shall offer for admission to their seats, t'lu niad Radical schemes have been baffled at all | nt- by the C onservative policy of Mr. Johnson, and the hopes indulged in by the Revolutionists oi placing the Southern States in u position of provinces through the Executive medium have signally failed of success through the firmness with which Mr. Johnson ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 22 August 1865

AUGUST 22, 1865. The Commercial Bulletin LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. A Tour Tunouon ROCKKTTB.—Being ren dered desperate by the dullness «1 yesterday, we aet off, in company with a brother reporter, to penetrate the wilds of Rocketts, and endeavor to pick up what we could not obtain in the more jiopulous portion of the city—an item Our search was^ain; neitlier robbery nor arson, ni])e, murder or suicide rewarded our endeagors. We heard of 110 lights. fires, or runways; but we were refreshed by a breeM that sniffed of Atlantic breakers, and *rought to mind snowy sand beaches and shells, and white-winged seabirds and a thousand ocean sights and sounds. Along the river's marge lay many a dipper schooner and fair steamer ; and adown the stream lay the iron-plated Agawam, her port-holes bristling with cannon, her Whole aspect speaking war. and contrasting strongly with the i«aceful sight# and scenes around. , . ... . We boarded the Petersburg, a beautiful steamer on the old Powhatan steamboat lin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 22 August 1865

' | Tlir CottMWMlil Bulletin GENERAL NEWS, Motto for my uncle's arms—"up the spout.' A woman was arrimtflJ in Syracuse tlio oilier (lav r or running lier husband in debt. Ueti. .1 A. Smith, ol' Tennessee, nj>plied foi |> rdon Friday. Chief-.)usti.v < "Inir.i■ hns returned to Washington. Uwrsixtv 1 Idin were destroyed by fire in Quelicr. Canada, on Thursday night. The Albany •/ ./mirunt is now printed on | aner made from humhoo. L. L. Stevenson and Michael G. Harmor., of Staunton. Virginia, wori» pardoned bv the I'residiint Friday. Jacob (J l.cvv was arrested in Norfolk on the lTtli. for exhibiting a lottery, for which he gave rich jewelry at 'Jo cents u chance. About twenty marines were mustered out of service nt the Norfolk Navy Yard on the 17th. He progressive. I,el your soul, like old .lohn Brown's, inarch on—but not in the same direction. Rather rough usage—sending a a poor blind man to jail because he has no visible means of support. What kind o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 23 August 1865

Vol I—NO. 93. RICHMOND BUSINESS DIRECTORY attorneys at I.aw DANNEIt A nROHWEI.I., Attorneys at Law, No. 3, Law Building. j. ii GIJLUBBf Attorney at Law. Office Sixth st.. near Main, (Allen's buildings.) J Oil \ (A A' «fu.O>, Attorney* at Law. On* door below Broad Rtrect Methodist Church. HAWKS If SUTTON, Attorney at Law and Notary Public. No. 2, Law Building. SVHIII. i • .HAIMIOX, . Attorney at I jaw, (Firm of Urndshaw & Maddox, Real Estate Agents.) Ballard ITotol. Franklin st. NAM i: HII.I.IAJIS, Attorney * cit Lair, Oifico No. 07 t Main Street, over the store of vV iMiann k \V>i. r. WATSON* Att n uei/ at I,aw and Commissioner m Chancery. L w Building, Corner 12th and Franklin. AUCTION A: COMMISSION MERCHANTS. A APPI.EGARTII & SON, Commission Merchants, No. 8, Franklin street, 3 doors above 17th. Grain, Hay ami Feed, wLulesaie. claiiiorm: iiarksdale, Tobacco C mi mission Merchant. Office on 15th street, near St. Charles Hotel^ .1. .1. 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 23 August 1865

Ppiimiim'iiil Bulletin PLURI BUS UNUM." RAII.KY, WBDUKKHUItN iV CO., K II IT 0 R S AND PROPRIETORS' o[}i <'f rornvr of (juvtnuM' and Franklin Stu. & FOX, News Agents, -Main street, Staunton, will deliver The Com mkrciai. Bulletin to the citizens at satisfac tory prices. TIIE !'KKSII»KST'S POI.ICY—OUII DUTY It is as clear as the sun at noonday that the Radicals are preparing to separate them selves from the President. As yet they have not frankly placed themselves in avowed opposition and antagonism to him. Before doing so they are trying tho virtue of roso lutions expressive of their views of the pro per poliov to be pursued, hoping that the President may be either won or frightened into their arms. Tho Maine Radical Convention opened tho ball, nnd tho dance is now joined in by tho Pennsylvania Radical, or, as they call it, "Union Party" Convention, held at Harrisburg last week. The resolutions of this latter Convention do not make a clear nnd well defined iss...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 23 August 1865

AUGUST 23, 1865. Tlic Commercial Bulletin LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Mertimi of Citizens.—A highly respectable and enthusiastic meeting of \lM' citizens of liichiii< n 1 convened at the City llall, last evening. On motion, A. M. Bailey was called to tho chair, and Wiu. S. Oilman was appointed Secretary. The following resolutions were presented, and unanimously adopted: Resolved, Tlmt the citizens of Richmond have learned, with feelings of the most live 1/ satisfaction, that there is some probability of tiieir city being honored, at no distant day, by a visit, from His Excellency, Andrew John son, the present able and patriotic President of tho United States. 2. That the Chairman of this meeting appoint a committee of twenty live persons from each Ward in behalf of the citizens of Richmond, to act in conjunction with the committee of the press, in extending to the President and the members of his Cabinet, a cordial invitation to visit this city, at such time as may suit their con...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 23 August 1865

Bulletin NEWS, *w!P »*'. i %• a General Ewell, recently lib. rated from Kurt Warren, called on President Johnson on Sat urday. The suit u| the Or >1 Western Railroad ol Canada against thi» Commercial Bank ol ('una la, involving 1)200,000, has lo i n decided against the Intnl. Wisconsin has still fifteen regiments of in fantry, three regiments of cavalry, nnd six Unttcricß of artillery in the service. Slie lm sent over ninety thousand troops in all. The National Tobacco Convention is t< meet at Louisville, Kentucky, on the second Wednesday of September, during the week ol the State Agricultural Fair Oen Grunt has received an imitation Irotn i ,ie Northwcsii i u Pa'.kc t t'.impany to vi-ii t. Paul, and has partially he;) Ito accepi It'ho Roes ni all, it will hp w«>n after hit reception at Galena. Reports from all parts of the Northwest, in regard to the coining crop, continue to improvo the prospect- tor a t.ig yield Th weather the past week ha bi-on m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 24 August 1865

Vol 1 —No. 94. mu. M ORE DIRECTORY. mm'/ Wholesale II k , OF 'KItK, Manufacturer an / Dctilrr » a , W-:r En Tt AT I» No. Bultimore street, li ctiuiore, I HM/. I)A VIS OX ,{• CO, Hi Manufacturer# of VARNTSHKI, WHITE I.KAO, PAINTS, KRFtVF.D BAI.T PETKK, PUTTT, AC., 104 Lombard Baltimore WM. FULLER, Deader in TIN FLATS, BHERT IKON, LEAD PIPE, WIItK, SHEET ZINC, AC., AC., No. 27 Light street, corner Water street, Baltimore GOTTSCHALK d- SPILMAiV, fmportcrt and Dealers in BRANDIES, WINES, a INS, SEGARM, AC. AND GERMAN PRODUCE 82 Light ftrtct, one do<»r North of Lombard, Haitimora, tJolo agents for Olivet* O. K. and Hackw-iltcr's PURB RYE WHISKIES. MOUNT VERNON MILLS, JOYES & JEAN, Dealers in GROUND COFFE f!, SPICES. MUSTARDS. AC., 113 Lombard *rreet, Baltimore, Agent* for Glen Cove Btnrch and K Morgnn'* Sons' lUiPA. HOWELL BROTHERS. Manufacturer $ of PAPER HANGINGS, GOLD WINDOW SHADES, CURTAIN PAPERS, 40. ■JF* Order* by mail promptly Attended »o. No. 260, Baltimore...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 24 August 1865

2 Thr Commercial Bulletin "I PIURIBUS UN U M.' It A 11.ICY, WKIIItKItIUItN X CO, BDITOHS AND PHOritIETOH (){Hce corntr <»/ Governor ami Franklin St*. JSTDODAMEAD & FOX, News Agents, Main street. Staunton, will deliver Thk Com mkrcial Buu.ktin to the citizens at satisfne tory prices. AGBICUI'TITiIK IN VIUKINIA TIIK I I - TT UK. Should it turn out under the new system of voluntary labor now prevailing in the South, that the emancipated negroes cannot i>e relied upon to cultivate the great staple* of cotton, sugar and rice, then the interests not only of the tlulf States, but of tho whole world will require that other appropriate and reliable labor shall bo introduced us • |ieedily as possible. Next to negroes, tho laborers, perhaps, best adapted to their culture and the climate of those States would be Coolies or Asiatic laborers. Hindoos and Chinamen have been introduced with success into Cuba, Trinidad and British tiuiana, "under contracts to work f...

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