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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 24 August 1865

AUGUST 24, 1865. The Commercial Bulletin LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Committees Appointed.—The following gentlemen are named as a committee to eiioperate with the Press Committee,in extending to President Johnson an invitation to visit Richmond Franklin Stearns, II 1 ' I'a lit W H Lyons, 'I' M AI friend, |l S Ijoomis, 'as A Scott, |U W l.atham, <1 I'' Watson. Hfcn Taylor, I! <> Ilaskins, .1 W McKiel, ham. Charles Ellis. rainier, II A Claiborne, .1 Saunders, Andrew \\ McCance, C K liingham. Ailulph Morris, Pollanl, Dupuy, Howard, Kll. John Dooley, Taylor, I) S Iluft'ard, " Lindsey, S M Price, CI) Vale, Arch Harrison, Thus U Qnarles, Thos W Doswell, W 1! Ellison, John 1). Harvey, J M Talbot, John F Tanner, It. Kd in on'ls. Ii -nj. Davis, (i. W. Mnnlord. Gus. A. Myers, 1, W. Gla/.ebrooke, Jacob Bsiokiol, Chtis. Ilosher, Richard Reins, A. V. Stokes, H. I\. Ellyson, I*. Johnston, T. U. Dudley, R. W. Powers, J. A. llobson, Dr. John Dove, li. Tazewell, W. II Richar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 24 August 1865

A r The Commercial Bulletin GENERAL NEWS. 11. V Johnson, of Georgia, n in Washing ton A monument to John Brown is talketl of in Torrinjjton, Conn,, where he wa« born. The receipts of internal rev enue for the last seven days amount to nearly $0,000,000. Colonel J. J. SeibV.s, .Minister to Belgium during the administration ol President I'h ree. died in Mobile, Alabama, a few days since. General Joseph E. Johnson, late of the Con f«d<rate army, arrived in Baltimore .Monday morning from Richmond. l.leat Gen. Sir John Mitchell. Vice Admiral Sir James Hope and other distinguished Bri ttslk officers were in Detroit on Thursday last cm a pleasure excursion. Col. J Buchanan Cross, the noted forger, terminated a five years' imprisonment at Cherry Hill, near Philadelphia, on Thursday la «t, and was set at liberty. Gov. Bramlefte, of Kentucky, has appointed Macon Brown State Treasurer, to till the vacancy caused by the death of Mr. Garrard, late incumbent, and conservative candidate...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 25 August 1865

Vol I—No. 9."). BALTIMORE DIRECTORY. CIIAS. W. LORD, Manufacturer auil Wholesale Healer ,'n BROOMS, BRUSHES, CORDAGE, WILLOW WARRS AC., ANO IMPORTER OK FRENCH, HERMAN AND ENGLISH FANCY HOODS, Noh 89 and 90, l*oin'»»rd street, BnlMmore. M. BEE UK, Manufacturer and Dealer i • WOODEN W A RE, CORDAGE, BRUSHES, BROOMS, MATS, PAPER, SIEVES, TWINE, ETC., I.omhard itrect, between Calvert street and Kxchange Placq, Bftttfmo*v. (1 ROVER. <(• RAKER'S CELEBRATED SEWING MACHINES, No. 1-1, Baltimore si reet, Biltimore. wii. I)aviso# 3 co, Manufacturer* of VARNISHES, WHITE LEAD, PAINTS, REFINED SALTPETRE, putty, Ac., 1(4 Lombard street, Baltimore. »'.)/. FULLER, Dealer in TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON, LEAD PIPE, WIRE, SHEET ZINC, *C., %C., No. 27 Llirht wtr*»ot, corner Water street, Baltimore GOTTSCNALK A SPILMAN, importers and Dealer* in BRANDIES. WINES, GINS, SEGARS, AC. AND GERMAN PRODUCE 32 Light street, one door North of Lombard, Baltimore, j Hole agents for Olivers O. K. and Puck waiter'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 25 August 1865

1 Tlir BiiMiti "E PLURIBUS iINUM." It.UL.KV, WIHIUKUBtIKN dfc CO., k ii ito ii s and p n;o nti ktors. Office corner of Governor and Franklin St*. taS'DODAMEAD & FOX, News Agents, Main street, Staunton, will deliver '1 HE Commeiu iai, Bulletin to the citizens at satisfac tory prices. THAT " KXTKHMINATION » <ONSl*lKA< V We are very sorry to see among several ol our Radical cotcmporarlcs a disposition to become frightened over the text of an article that appeared in our columns a lew days ago, under tho caption " Enforcing the Laws." These terrified journals accuse us of a desire to have a majority of the pco pie of the North "exterminated," and intimate that wo propose a "revival of the civil Lsar." The fact of tho matter is—which Radicals do not or will not understand—in the article in question we simply our belief that, under theConetituwe have all sworn to support,and if necessary—we of I lie South posse.--right to bo let alone as MassachuIn this v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 25 August 1865

ATJOTTST 21, MS, Tlic Commercial Bulletin local intelligence. VosTI'ONKMKNT OK MKKTINO 01' CITIZHNS. I' o givo timo for necess iry arrangements, tho meeting advertised for to-morrow is postponed to TUESDAY, August 29, 1860, when it will take place on the Capitol Square, «t 5 o'clock P. M. Hksby EXAI.I., Chairman. Tragic Occijurence—A Soldif.h Shot.— The residents in the neighborhood of Main and '21th sl.-.,w re startled Wednesday night by the re|iort of a pistol, which was followed by painful groans. Three parties who were passing along Main street saw the flash,|hcard the report, and observed a man fall on the North-east corner of Main and 21th, while n parly of three pel-sons were observed to run down Main towards 25th. A policemen attracted by the report came up, and oil being notified of the facts set out in pursuit.' The Wounded man meanwhile had staggered across 25th street and fallen again on the northwest corner of that street and Main, where lie was picked up and carried to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 25 August 1865

* _ The Commercial Hiillntin GENERAL NEWS Wisconsin'* population foot* Up H85.000: frniu in five yours, 80,000. Tlic Home niul Watertown (fi. V.) mil ma. I earned in July !(;!)o,or>o ; increase 18.GIIH. A regular organization ol' barn burners lias been discovered ill Ueneiseo county, N. \ ■ Among the recently pardoned are Cave Johnson, ex-l'ostniaster General front'lennes sec, and ex-Congressmen Sewanl, of Ga. Secretnrv Seward's health is said to have never been better than at present. Mr. bred crick Seward li*s much improved of late. The Nashville papers announce the death of Dr. John P. Koril, a favorite physician in that city. The ueiv French Theatre which New York lias long sighed for is a sure thing, if I "iO.OOO being already subscribed to build it. General W. S. Hancock lias been brevette.l a Mnjnr General in tho regular army for distinguished services during the war. The Navy Department continues to discharge officers and men, and expects to soon have its force re...

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

Vol I—No. »7. BALTIMORE DIRECTORY. Off AS. IV. LORI)T Manufacturer ami Wholesale Dealer in BROOMS, BRUSH KS, CORDAfIK, WILLOW WARES At'., AND IMI'ORTBR OF FIIKNCH, GERMAN AND RNOLIBII PANCV HOOPS, Nos S8 and 90, Lombard street, Baltimore. 1. M. BEEBE, Manufacturer and Dealer in WOODEN WARE, COUDAGK, BRUSHES, BROOMS, MATS, PAPER, SIEVES, TWINE, ETC., Lombard street, between Calvert Htreet and Exchange Place, Baltimore. a ROVER it- BAKER'S CELEIIUATKD HEWINO MACHINES,' No 1 sI, Italtimorc street, Biltimoro. MM/. 1)A VI SOX <C CO., Manufacturer* of VARNISHES, WHITE LEAD, PAINTS, REPINED SALT* PRTRE, PUTTV, AC., lot Lombard street, Baltimore. IVAI. FULLER, Dea'ee in TIN PLATE, SnEET IRON, LEAD PIPE, WIRE, SHEET ZINC, AC.. AC., No. 27 Light street, oorner Water street, Baltimore OOTTSCU )IK <t SI'ILMAN\ Importer* and Dealer* in BRANDIES, WINKS, GINS, BEGARS, AC. AND GERMAN PRODUCE ".J Light street. one door North of Lombard, Baltimore, Hole agents for Olivet'n O. K....

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

The Commercial Bulletin " £ PLURI BTJB UNUM. " BAILEY, WKDIIKItIIUKN A' CO., IDII'OKS A N L) PROrRIKTORS. 0/H f corncr of Iforemor unit Franklin St*. E3TOODAMEAD & FOX. News Agents, Main street, Staunton, will deliver The ComMUtctAL Bcli-F.tin to the citizens at satisfactory prices. Til* CONSERVATIVES MOVING. The Conservatism of the North is fast as suiuiug shape. Already has the Democracy ot Pennsylvania. Ohio and Minnesota, spoken in opposition to the heresies of Radicalism — It has planted itself upon the Constitution, and has made the issue clearly as between an adherence to its provisions, on the one band, and the outcroppings of treason that have raised themselves against them, on the other. In making the sanctity of Constitutional obligatiouitlie test question ot the en suing in the North, the Ocmuisr , indicated that t bHc. the agrarians and its ot every dye will be sub jected to that incisive test that will strip the usurpers of every claim to toleration, and ev...

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

AUGUST 28, 18(5. Tlic Commercial Biilkin LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. 1 |'.>-TPONRMRNT of MkF.TINO OP ClTlfrNS. -To give time for necessary arrangeirnts, tbo meeting .vlvertisod tV»r to-morrlv is j,.»-tpoiK* I t«» TIJKSDA V, August 20J805, when it will take place ou the Capitol fcfiare, at o o'clock I*. M. Hknry Exal:, Chairoan. Police Itkms.—The following cas<i have bt*n investigated at the police oilice sice our last report : Kobert. Blankenship was arrested t(j being in company with nn oscai>ed pris<4er, and wearin a jMutiou of his clothing. fe was r»'leas«nl to appear to-day. IMwin Waller, a negro, and Ueo. Jenkins w '«• arrested, charred with selling I una to i iilisted men. The first was sent oi ito Col. McKntee, the latter was proved inno< nit and released. A. I£. Ble;14oe was arrested for refusing to pus to a citi/cn, who had taken up a stray mule belonging to 8., the charge incurred in keeping tin* aniuiai. U. \\. Basdiu, Bth Ma...

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

i Tim Commercial Biill^i" GENERAL NEWS, C!eleste is coming hen 1 again. Tho cattle murrain in Increasing in England. Till- tigs weigh fii ounces in San Francisco. Hops lire looking better in New York. Tho Connecticut bank loses $20,000 by Ketchuiu. Ketchum in well named. He did catch e'm extensively. Horn bay was recovering Iroin its cominer cial crisis. Austria and Prussia are still daring each other to knock " the chip off tho shoulder." The cholera having finished its work in Alexandria lias departed. That Temple of Juno at Pompeii is "all in your eye." The Viceroy of Egypt has been investing in n steam yac\it. The Italian government has ordered four ironclads. The Knglish have completed It,ooo miles ot railway in India. UtiW'or says that young Ketch urn's mistress broken heart. a.yl Stewart building the ■ be a in Ohio was stung to death by a PP'.nrm of bees. A farmer in Michigan clears $5,000 by one hundred acres of peppermint. A shark l'J feet long was recently captured in New ...

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

Vol T —No. 98. BALTIMORE DIRECTORY. CHAS. W. I.dlil), Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in BROOMS, BRUSH EH, CORDAGE, WILLOW WARKh AC., AND IMPORTER OF FKBHCH, GERMAN AND KNGLISH FANCY GOODS, Nom S8 :iml 90, Lombard street, Baltimore. !,. V. BSEJBK, Manufacturer ami Dealer in WOODEN WAKE, CORDAGE, BRUSHES, BKOOMB, MATS, PAPER, SIKVES, TWINE, ETC., I. iiiburd strc i, between Calvort street and lixchain?" Place, Baltimore. ROVSH 4 BAKERS CELEBRATED HRWING MACMIfKA, ' I*l, Italtiinoie siteel, Baltimore. WM, DA VISOX <£• CO., Manufacturer s of VARNISHES, WHITE LEAft, PAINTS, REFINED SALTPETRE, rUTTY, AC., mi Lombard ituwt, Baltimore WM. FULLER, Deafer in TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON. LEAD PIPE, WIRE, SHEET ZINC, AC., AC., No. 27 Light Ptroet, oorner Water street, Baltimore (rorTSCHALK & SPILMAN, Importer« and Dealers in BRANDIES, WINES, GINS, SEGAR9, AC. AND GERMAN PRODUCE 32 Light street, one door North of Lombard, Rtltlmore, Hole for Oliver's O. K and Rnckwalter's PURE...

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

* Ml The Comincrnal Bulletin "E PLURI BUSiUM U M." KAIt.KY, WRHIIHRBUIIN A CO., EDITORS AND PROfRI li Tolt S. Olli e corner of Governor and /'Vrtiikhu A/*. TIIK KUEIiU.IIIIN IN NORTH <AIJOI.ISA. Raleigh is blessed with an Associated l'rcss reporter, whose duty seem- to be to muddle the affair- of the Mate of North Carolina and to use every means to exasperate Unpeople of the North against the South by the; utterance of wholesale slanders such as those ( all. -ding to describe the partisanship of thei people of that folate—a lurious partisanship which threatens, according to the reporter, to devour every negro and Union man in North Carolina as soon as the "strong nrin of the military " shall be withdrawn. These, little effervescences of "loyal" zeal would l.e of no result, and therefore not worthy of 1 comment, did not the Radical journals take up this crazy reporter's information and proceed, therefrom, to show how thoroughly the South is not yet in a lit condition to en...

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

AUGUST 29, 1865. Tlic Ciiiiiiiici'ciiil Bulletin LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. MASS MEETING. The meeting of tho citizens will take place at 5 o'clock this afternoon, on the Capitol Square. THE JOINT COMMITTEE of the citi-' Kens and tho city press, are respectfully requested to call at this office, (at s teh hour as may suit their individual con" venience,) to complete tho duties assigned them. A. M. BAILED, 1 Chairman. P'V-TI'ONRMKNT OF MICKTINO OK CITIZENS. To give time for necessary arrangements, tin; meeting advertised for to-morrow is postponed to TUESDAY, August 2H, 1805, when it will take place on the Capitol Square, at 5 o'clock P. M. Hknry Exam., Chairman. AttemitkuMt'iiDKi *—< .iyAsterdity morning, two soldiers of (!o. O, 20th N. Y . V olunteei*s, stationed at. Howard's Orove, got into a difficulty in relation to their rations, when George Era ley shoved his list in the face ot Jem Kicely, who was detailed as cook. R. w ho'is a very powerful man, hurled him to tbi! floor w...

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

* J • " The Coiiinicrcnil Bulletin GENERAL NEWS The IttilitM in Haverhill, Mn--., carry ro volvers, snys on KR?torn pnper. UorxQ railway car* wfru run in Quebec on Thursday la-t fur the first time. The next Deficiency Bill will approximate $50O,O<M>,l)UO. The latest iiaui<' invcntixi for n circus is the '• diueacurricultun." tjuffen Vii'loriii is on n visit to Germany. The Prince ami Princess of Wales, an J the two little Walos, accompany her. The Ohio Bolters' Convention in Ohio, which nominated Alex, long for < lovernor. consisted of sixteen individuals. Bennett says Greeley only lias one idea at a j time. When he had "the idea i>! making Ben net .Minister to France, it was enough for one time. The Virginia negroes are having tournaments in imitation of the anuist uients of their former owners. Aid el Kader left England because be was not invested with the Order of the Batli us well as the Bey of Tunis. General Mansfield Lovol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 30 August 1865

VOL I—NO. »!>. BALTIMORE DIRECTORY. OB AS. W. L 0 RD, Manufacturer and Whotrnah' Deafer in BROOMS, BHUSHKS, CORO Afl K, WILLOW WAIIEH *C., AND IMPORTER OF KRJiSCII, HERMAN AND KNnI.ISII FANCY BOOPS, Von BHiiml 00, LomW.l street, Baltimore. L. M. BEE BE, Manufacturer and Deafer in WOODEN WARE, COItDAGE, BRUSHES, DIIOOUS, MATS, PAPER, SIEVES, TWJNK, KTC., Lombard street, between t'alvert street and lit change Place, Baltimore. GROVEII <C- BAKKItS CELKURATKI) SEWING MACHINES, No. 181, Raltimore atroet, Baltimore. \VM. DAVISON & CO., Manufacturers of VARNISHES, WHITE LEAD, PAINTS, REPINED SALTPETRE, PUTTY, AC., 104 Lombard street, Baltimore WM. FULLER, \ Pei >/• in TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON, LEAD PIPE, WIRE, SHEET ZINC, AC., AC., No. 27 Light street, corner Water street, Baltimore QOTTSCHALK <k SPILMAN, importer* and Dealers in BRANDIES, WINES, GINS, SEOARS, AC, AND GERMAN PRODUCE 32 Light stroot, one door North of Lombard, Baltimore, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 30 August 1865

2 The Commercial Bulletin •E PLURIBTJS XJN U M. " IIMI.I'Y, WKDIIKIUU HN »v «'«.» El> IT 011 S ANI) PBOFKIKTOR S. OjHcr. corner of Governor Franklm Sti. INTEHMTINO l> *v * N s MONTUOMKIO IH AIR'W KIAKYI<AM) ■mmp"- ; ; Mr. Montgomery Blair, in a receut speech delivered at Clarkaville, Mil., before tho friends of Mr. Johnson, took occasion to fin' an oratorical shell into the records of Mr. Seward and Mr. Stanton with most damaging effect. In the course of hi* remarks lie went back, with a disagreeable |>ointedneßS, to day s and events that the two Cabinet offlcere would much rather have forgotten by their fellow, citizen? than rivalled —days and events that suw MrA Seward undecided as to whether "sixty days ' would, indeed, suffice to "crush the rebellion," and which found Mr. Stanton, then Attorney General of the United States, "encouraging" Senator Brown, of Mississippi, in a charm meeting at the door ot the Su preme Court, to resistance ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 30 August 1865

AUGUST3O, 1865. The CoiiiinerciiiO Bulletin LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. MASS MEETING OF THfK CITIZENS OF RICHMONID. The citizens met according t\> appointment, when Judge W. H. Lyons taw appointed President. I l)r. John Dove, Ijoftin N. Elliott, William Taylor, R. O. llaskins and A. . Stokes, from Jefferson Ward ; Win. 11. Mact'arland, Charles Palmer, H. A. Claiborne, W. O.Allen, 11. BHnxall, from Madison Ward; \W L. Kent, Abrain Warwick, D. J. Saunders, A. 11. Sands and Gebrge W. Smith,, of' Monroe Ward, were appointed Vice-Presidents. A. M. Bailey, John Grome, Charles 11. Wynne and K. F. Walker, were appointed Secretaries. fJFEECII OF .IUPUE Will. 11. t.VON.H. The Judge commenced by returning his thanks for the compliment which had been paid him, by making him the President ol the meeting. Virginia did not commence the war; she was by great reluctance drawn into the contest in defence of principles which she thought, were for her highest interests. Hav ing tried the arbitrament...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 30 August 1865

« . . .V The Coiijiiierwil Bullet i n GENERAL NEWS. .Maty Mitchell is playing an engagement ii» Cincinnati. The English have completer 1 11.000 miles oi railways in India. The Italian Government has ordered four ironclads. The war steamer Saranac is to cruise for the Shenandoah. Women are employed altogether in the Uoyal (London) Cigar Factory. lennNson lias realized, so far, $55,000 fit m the sale of "Enoch Arden." The Su'c.itijii• American completes ith 20th year on the '28th instant. Two hundred families from the British Provinces have settled in Lowell, Mar- . with in a month. Some repair.* that are going on in Castle street, Falcon Square, London, have revealed one of the old towers of Loudon wall. Miss Sarah llokick, a dressmal.« t in Bridge port. Connecticut, committed! suicide by hang ing herself on the 22d inst. Street railroads are to be introduced in ! Nashville. The enterprise is in the hands ofi a company of Eastern capitalists. Montgomery Blair speaks at Clarksville, j...

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

Vol I—NO. 101. BALTIMORE DIRECTORY. ('HAS. W. 1.0 HI), Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in BROOMB, BRUSH RS, CORDAGE, WILLOW WARES AC., AND IMPORTER OP FRENCH, GERMAN AVI) KNGLISH FANCY GOODS, No* 8H Mil l 90, l.onibnrd street, Baltimore. f . M. HEEHE, Manufacturer and Dealer in WOODBIf WARE, CORDAGE, BRITHHKH, HItOOMS, MATS, PAPER, SIEVES, TWINE, ETC., Lombard street, between Calvert afreet and Kxobaoffe Place, Bftltlno*v GROVER <t- BAKERS CELEBRATED SEWING MACHINES, No. ISI, Baltimore iitrect, Baltimore. H'M. DA VIS OX it CO., Manufacturer* t>f VARNISHES, WHITE LEAD, PAINTS, REFINED SALTPETRE, PUTTY, AC., 104 Lombard •trret, Baltimore. \\'\r. FULLBR> Dealer in TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON, LEAD PIPE, WIRE, SHEET ZINC, AC., AC., No. 27 Ll»jht street, corner Water street, Baltimore GOTTSCJfALK d- SPILMA \\ Importers and Dealers in BRANDIES, WINES, GINS, SEGARB, AC. AND GERMAN PRODUCE 32 Light street, one door North of Lombard, Baltimore, Hole agents for Ol...

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

'2 Tins Commercial Bulletin "E PLUK.IBUS UNUM." fI\II.KY, WKltllKKliriiN A «'<» . Bill T01! S AN 1) PROi" It 1 TUK S. ecorner of' Governor anil Pinnklm St". "MI'KOKR ON TIIE KA11.." Time was when in addition to the travel ling advantages atloided by the railway, a journey by rail was attended with more or less of pleasurable satisfaction. In those days we s[ieak of an uncertain and indeti nite time—the facilities for travel were more complete, the numbers smaller upon the trains, and the attaches and officers ol tie roads were more solicitous of the wi llari—not to say lives —of their passi'iigers. At present, however, melancholy to say, a venture upon many of the railroads of the country is not only fruitful of disagreeable inci. dents of a minor kind, but is also freipiently attended with the grim caption to this article —a phrase which now obtains in the North, owing to the frequent, recurrence of railroad disasters, to express what in the old days were spoken of as "a...

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