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

SEPTEMBER 1, 1865. The Commercial Bulletin LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. AC'I UK NT \T TIIK OAS WoRKB—TWO MEN Severely Inji rkii. —On Wednesday uioriijii; ■, while I lie workmen ut tho Oas Works w< re removing tho okl retorts, preparatory to their places with new ones, Frank Craven had hia leg crushed by a fall of one (it the retorts. Dr. Watson was called in mid the wounded man carried home. \\ ehe lievo that no hones were broken. Later in the day, while a party were en gaged in carrying a retort, it struck against a door which they were passing through, throwing a larger portion of the weight upon one of the men, O.T.Welch, than he could bear, causing him to fall, when his left leg was likewise caught under tho weight, and very severely injured. Dr. Watson, who was called in. was unable, in the awfully swollen state of the! limb, to pronounce positively whether any of the tones were broken, hut is inclined to the opinion that one of the hones below the knee is fractured. The arte...

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

4 The Commercial Bulletin GENERAL NEWS. Chicago IxjuHts of 204,000 population Three thousand men in California ait' working on tlus Pacific railroad. The Englitdi have completed 11.000 tuilcn ol railways in India. The Italian llovernment lias ordered four iron-clads. Motin tor a dying establishment, "1 die to live." One Citnii'H licut bank t JO,OOO by lO'tchum. Ar, i nil".l oldier in I'hiliidelplii.i eowlnJidlii- farmer captain for tying; him up by llio thumbs while in th< utmy The largest peach grower in Delaware is H Anthony cybold II has a h or* ilmrd of a thousand acres. iwo hundred lVimiiit\s trom'thc British Provinces have -tfttled in Lowell, Mahb.. within .1 month. The* war steamer »Suranno has i een lit tr* in .San Francisco to cruise for the pirate Shenandoah. One hundred colored persona ot Lynch burg. Va., will he sent to Liberia by the Colonization Society in November. During the last >i\ months there have f < . ii one hundred and seventy-...

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

V OL I—No. 102. BALTIMORE DIRECTORY. ~~CH.\S. IV. LOUD, Manufacturer and WholetaU Dealer in BROOMS, BHJ'HHKg, CORDAGE, WIt.LOW WARM AC, ANIi IMPORTER OK FRENCH, ORRMAH ANP knoi.tsh pa .ICY coons, Nos 88 and 90, Lombard street, Baltimore. L. M. 88888, Manufacturer and Dealer in WOODEN WARE, CORDAGE, URL SUES, BROOMS, MATS, PAPER, SIEVES, TWINE, FTC., Lombard sireet, bet wood Calvert street and Ex change P)«ce, Baltimore. Of?OVER d- BAKER'S CKI.KBRATED SRWINO MACHINES, No I*l, Baltimore street, Baltimore. wit. 7/2 vison d- co., Manufacturer* of VARNISHf'-SI, WHITE LEAP, PAINTS, REFINED SALTPETRE, PCTTTY, AC., 104 Lombard street, Baltimore WU. FULLER, Dea'er in TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON, LEAH PIPE, WIRE, SHEET ZINC, AC., AC., No. 27 Lwrbt. stroet, corner Water street, Baltimore GOT! SCHALKdtSPILM AN, Importer* and Dealer* i»» BRANDIES, WINES, GINS, SKOAHS, AC. AND GERMAN PRODUCE 32 Litrht Attest, one dour North of Lombard, Baltimore, Solo ntrent* t r Olivet's O. K. end Buckwalter's PURE RY...

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

2 The Commercial Bulletin "E FLU RI BUS UN U M." mil.l V, WIiIIOEI!ItUKN A" CO., K D ITO R 8 A N II 1' 11 0I- BIKTOR S. Office corner of Governor and Franklin .Vf». IMMIGRATION TO THE .SOUTH. The New York Tribune, of a late date, takes up the subject of immigration to the South, and the tenor of its article thereupon is conceived, we arc sorry to see, in the old an iiVfi.i spirit. In the temper of a profligate heir who has been for a long time cheated out of what of right belonged to him, and who, haviug lately come into possession of his acres, sits down calmly to reverse tho old established order of things, and proceeds to parol out his newly-iulieriteil lands among his special friends and affilifttors, with a view of oustingtlieold tenants, the Tribune points out to its Northern friends that now is the time to step in and take possession of what the moral force of heavy battalions has allowed them access to —now is the time to leave their old barren, worthless, rocky lands, and e...

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

SEP TEMBER 2, 1865. The Commercial Bulletin LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. " Homeward Bound."—At 1111 early hour on yesterday morning, the 98th New York volunteers, who were mustered out on Thursday. were ordered to " fall in," preparatory to their march to llocketts, an announcement which was greeted with three rousing cheers. Breaking up their camp in Manchester, they defiled across Mayo's bridge, and formed 011 Main, near 14th street, to salute the 20th New York, which was to escort them to the steamer on which they were to leave for home. • Presenting arms as their escort passed, they formed in the rear of that regiment, and took up the line of march in column, by company front, presenting a fine appearance as they marched down Main street, their muskets glittering in the sun-light, their flags fluttering in the breeze, while the fine lmnd of the 20th made the echoes ring again with their martial strains. The Hags were three in number—two State and one Union —the latter bearing the names o...

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

4 The Cfliiinicreiiil Biilta GENERAL NEWS. Five hundred and seventy pounds have been subscribed to establish a Catholic mission at Bedford, the tirst since the Reformation. A monument has been inaugurated in M ilan to the memory of Cardinal Frederick Borronii'o, who consecrated his immense fortune to the foundation of the Ambrosian Library. There is n > truth in the canard that the Fenians cut the cable liecause it would he in eonvenient in the projected invasion of Ire-1 land. The new Catholic church, just completed at Sneeiu, county Limerick, Ireland, at the sole expense of the Karl of Dunraven, o>st the noble earl 4.000 ]>ounds. The Ht. Rev. Bishop of Charleston was nt j Rome on the Ist of duly, lie bad received a lull |>anl«>n from President Johnson, ami would start for home immediately. The Queen and the Royal family have •;onc to Germany, to ho present at the in nuguration of the memorial statue of the late l'rinee Consort...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 6 September 1865

Vol I—NO. 105.. BALTIMORE DIRECTORY CIIA S. W. LOR I), Manufacturer and Whole Kile Dealer in BIIOOMB, BRUSHES, CORDAGE, WILLOW WARES AC., AND IMPORTER OP FRENCH, GERMAN AND KNOLISfI FANCY GOODS, Nun 88 mikl 90, Lombard street, Baltimore. /,. J/. BEE BE, Manufacturer and Deqlcr in WOODEN WARE, CORDAGE, BRUSHES, BROOMS, MATS, TAPER, SIEVES, TWINE, ETC., Lombard nireet, between Calvert street and Ex change Place, Baltimore " GROVKR d- "BAKERS CELEBRATED SEWINO MACHINES, No. lal, Baltimore street, Baltimore. H'M. DAVISON d- CO, Manufacturers of TARNISHES, WHITE LEAD, PAINTS, REFINED SALT PETRE, PUTTY, AC., lul Lombard street, Baltimore. Wit. FULLER, Deader in TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON, LEAD PIPE, WIRE, SHEET ZINC, AC.*, AC., No. Vi Light street, corner Wefarr street Bstuiww e GOTTSCHALK ,1- SPILMAX, Importers and Dealers in BRANDIES, WINES, GINS. SEGARS, AC. AND GERMAN PRODUCE SI Light Ptii-etjOne door North of Lombard, Baltl- i mori*, Sol* agent* for Olivet's (). K. and Buck waiter's PURE ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 6 September 1865

*1 mm The Cniiiitieraiil Bulletin IIA 11. KV« WKDDKUIIUHN A: CO., KDITORB AND P HOTHIKTO HS. Office corner of Governor an<t Franklin Sti. TUB "CIIIV II,KOI S» HADICAMt. The Iwst and most cheering evidence ol the decline in power of the Radical faction in found in the fact that it has been brought to the point of trading for Southern favor, it we may be allowed to consider that "Occasional," Washington correspondent of the i Philadelphia I'iins, is entitled to speak lor it. This learned correspondent takes the Demo cratic leaders to task for attempting to pro pitiate the South, and claims for the "chivalrous" Radicals all that regard that the South must necessarily feel for those Northern men who have been the most mindful of her interests. and careful of her welfare. What the correspondent means by the "Democratic leaders" ho can best tell : but when ho invokes the names of such men as Vsllandigbnnt, of Ohio, Burr, of New Jersey, and Benjamin "Wood, ol New York, as among ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 6 September 1865

6, 1865. Tlic Commercial Bulletin LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Outbaoeous Assault. — Tuesday, while one of the gentlemen connected with the Hi i - LETIN waft escorting ft lady in the neighliorhood <>t the First Market, 11 large soldier brushed by the lady, and made use of very impertinent remarks. Ui>oii being requested to pass on, the man persisted in remaining by the xide ot the lady, and refused to leave her : whereupon he was reprimanded by her escort in tlie shape of a well-directed blow ; but the soldier being of much greater strength, immediately assaulted our reporter, and beat him in a most terrible manner. The arrival of the police put an endtothe affair, and probably saved the gentleman from more serious injuries, .fudge McE:itee, mi investigating the incident, without hesitancy, sentenced the fellow to thirty days iu the Castle, thus allowing a disposition upon his part to visit justice upon all parties wiiliour regard to political or other differ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 6 September 1865

4 The Coiimicmal Bulletin GENERAL NEWS. Tlie yellow tt*\vr is appearing mi tlie Sujitli. The WfsltTii grape crop is looking butter. The Ravels have arrived in New York. There is not a store to lie let on Broadway, New York. Florence, the actor, thinks of building a tlieatre 011 Broadway. Hon. tteorjfe Liverinore. a distinguished citizen of Boston, died on Thursday. The courts martinl about Washington are gradually being dissolved. President Johnson, it is said, will visit Haleigli ii he visits Richmond Baltimore lias sold all her interest in the Northern Central Railroad. Southerners in Washington are very well satisfied with the present position of affairs. The flogging of agricultural laborers in Mecklenburg, Germany, is abolished. A California sculptor, named Mey./.nra, lias made a statue of President Lincoln, nine feet high. The Russian telegraph through Siberia will lie economical on account of the number of Poles on the ground. It is reported by the Secretary of the Treasury t...

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

Vol I —No. 106. BALTIMORE DIRECTORY ~~CHAS. W. LORD, Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer tn BROOMS, BRUSHES, CORDAGE, WILLOW WARBfI kr r ANO IMPORTER OP FRENCH, GERMAN ANT LO I. IS IT FANCY OOOPS, Nos S3 and 90, f.ombard street, Baltimore. L. M. BEEBE, Manufacturer and Dealer in WOODEN WARE, CORDAGE, BRUSHES, BROOMS, MATS, PAPER, SIEVES, TWINE, ETC., Lombard street, between Calvert street and Ex chunite Place, Baltimom. OROVER <£• BAKER'S CELEBRATED RBWING MACHINES, No. ISI, Baltimore street, Baltimore. WM. DA vfsON d- CO., Manufacturer* of TAtV*JBHKS / WHITE LEAD, PAINTS, REPINED SALT PETRE, Pt'TTV, AO., 101 I.otuburd street, Baltimore OO TTSOH A L K .(• SPILMA S, Importer 9 and Dealer* in DRANDIES, WINKS, GINS, SEGARS, AC. AND GERMAN PRODUCE Wl Light street, one dqur North of Lombard, Baltimore, Hole agent* for Olivers O. K. and Buckwalter's PURE RVE WHISKIES. T CRN BULL, SLAHE A CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 11 S. Charles street. Haitiinor« V.J. BROWN d CO., WHOLESALE G...

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

•> id The Coiiiinerciiil Bulletin HAII.KV, WI.UHKHBUKN tV CO., V, ditoks AX 1> I' un rUIKT 0R K. O'tirr rurntr fit (jarrmor anil Franklin Sin. IMMIGRATION ANII KMI (« RATION. It is stated in some of the Northern jour 1 nals that a steamer was to have left New A "ik. vesterday for Rio Jnneiio, having on board a* passengers for that city many Southerners who go out lor the purpose ot gaining some information in regard It" Brazil, anil tin* chances for emigration to that country. These gentlemen have gone as the representatives of a great number of others who propose to emigrate should the report brought back by those who have already gone prove favorable. The South, as we have frequently taken oc casion to point out, stands in need of the si r. vices of her sons; and it is nt best but a poor patriotism that would abandon her at the moment that she is weakest. e are happy to think that what few Virginians there were who, in the first flush of a bitter disappointme...

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

SEPTEMBER 7, 1865. The Commercial Bulletin LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. St nnr.M Death.—-On Sunday evening Larrv McCullougli. a discharged soldier from some Pennsylvania regiment, arrived in this city, whither he had come in search of work, his fare being paid from Alexandria by a friend who, with his wife, accompanied him <>u arrivin. here the party put up at the house of. Mr. John Travis, on 17th street, and although UcCollough complained of bein; troubled with an attack of dysentery, and was unable to eat anything, he did not seem to be very unwell and was not confined to his be I. I)n Tur day evening, about 8 o'clock, lie w, at up-staiivi for a nap, and when some five hours afterwards, his friend went up to bed lie found McCullougli lying apparently asleep on the floor, but on endeavoring to arouse him he was found to be dead, having evidently expired some time previously. I leceased had been drinking pretty freely prior to leaving Alexandria, but had drank nothing ...

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

♦ , H »ow ' » The Cdiiiiiicrciiil Ballet in 0 ENEEAL NEW S. Five editors it) New York are Celts. About (10.000 votes were cast ut the recent election in Tennessee. The comet is only six hundred millions of miles off. No signs ul snow as our paper went to press this morning. The Niagara Kails tiust th says the Ameri can Hotel is to be immediately rebuilt. There are 100,000 bales of cotton lit New York There are seventy lawyers in the new Par 1 lament Abd-el-Kader costs the French Government $20 per day. Deaths from the bite of the carbuncular Hy have been common in Paris. Toulon, the celebrated flutist, died recently at Nantes A gentleman in London announces to the world that lie possesses Hogarth's paint-box. Tin Queen of the Sandwich Islands has helped to consecrate a church in England. Two thousand dollars worth of violets are daily sold in Varis. With the Atlantic cable sunk about a mil lion of dollars. Teresa's new song in Paris is called "The Venus in Carrots." Garibaldi's son ...

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

Vol I—NO. 107.' BALTIMORE DIRECTORY ~chas7W. LORD, Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in B'aOOMS, BRUSHES, corpaoe, willow warks AO., AND IMPORTER OP FRENCH, GERMAN AND ENGLISH FANCY GOODS, Nod 88 and 90, Lombard street, Baltimore. L. M. ISKEKE, Manufacturer and Dealer in WOODEN WARE, CORD AO E, BRUSHES, BROOMS, MATS, PAPER, SIEVES, TWINE, ETC., Lombard street, between Calvert Htreet and Ex change l'lace, Baltimore. OROVER .<• BAKERS CELEBRATED SEWING MACHINES, No. ISI, Baltimore street, Baltimore. ir.l/. DA VISON rf- CO., Manufacturer * of VARNISHES, WHITE LEAD, PAINTS, REFINED SALT PETRB, PUTTY, AC., 101 Lombard street, Baltimore. oOT TS CHA L K db SPILM A X, Importern and Deal en in BRANDIES, WINES, GINS, BF.GARS, AC. AND GERMAN PRODUCE 52 Light sheet, one door N«>rth of Lombard, Baltimore, Bole event* for Olivet's O. K. and Ruckwalter's PURR RYE WHI3KIRB. TURN BULL, BLADE <k CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 11 H. Charles street, jIHIIPffW. I'. J. BR...

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

») The Commiitl Bulletin HAII.KY, WI-IIUItKIIURN i* CO., EDITORS AND FROfRIETORS. Offict cof'tur of Governor and Franklin Sf*. ■ EXPANSION ANI» COMMERCE. The Monroe doctrine was dictated by a fear ol foreign influence. It was never enforced, siuce Brazil has been governed by an Emperor, Canada and Cuba by Kings ever since the doctrine was announced. It is a matter ol comparative indifference to the United States what sort of a government the continental nations may choose to adopt, since it can always enforce its international rights tnd tho protection of its own citizens. There are, however, reasons why the United State# should either add to its territorial extent upon the continent, or secure such privileges of commerce and enterprise as will afford a market for its immense productions. It Is a hollow absurdity to say we are alone interested in a mere uniformity of continental government. We want the trade of the tro. pics we need all the business which the regions of South and Ce...

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

SEPTEMBER 8, 1865. Tin; Commercial Bulletin LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Thk Wyn'sk-Kaynkk Cask, which had been postponed until 2 P. M., on yesterday, attracted quite a crowd of witnesses and spectators who were curious to know the upshot of an affair which has created something of an excitement in our community. •Mr. Neeson acted as counsel for Mr. Wynne, and Marmiuluke Johnson for Mr. Rayner. Mr. Neeson moved a,continuance of the case, on the ground that Mr. Wynne was unable to appear, and ho did not know how to proceed in the absenco of that gentleman—whom lie proposed to make his first witness. Mr. Johnson opposed a continuance on the ground that several witnesses from the coun . try were detained here at great expense nnd inconvenience, and that Mr Wynne's testi mony could bo connected with any given in now. , Mr. N. replied that lie ought to know how to introduce his own evidence. Mr. J. said that witnesses who saw the commencement of the difficulty at the Timet office were present. Mr...

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

The Commercial Bulletin GENERAL NEWS. During August, 1,7;1S naval prize claims, amounting to $182,''0. were paid. The New York lVmocratlc State Conven- j tion will lie held at Syr.ieui.. today. The ,la|>auei«' trull liont Fu-siyalui Ims sailed | from New \ ork t'.ir .Inpiui. The (i,.vei'iiiiient barrack- at Augusta, Me , were destroyed t»y lire la>t nii^lit. Mr Sol Smith, Jr., has Keen successfully | practising Hunting in L>ndon. (it'iieral Torbert was at Fortress Monroe on Saturday. Every railroad in South Carolina has had | the mail service restored to if. Prince Alfred, second son of Queen Victo ria. came of age on Sunday, the oth ult. The first number of the new series of the "Round Table " will appear this week. l,ast week 520 of certificates of in debtedness wore redeemed, and |«2,20(i,575 of postal currency destroyed. Mail contracts with Southern railroads are now made at rates 50 per cent, cheaper than before the war. $10,000 have been subscr...

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

VOL I—NO. 108. BALTIMORE DIRECTORY ~~CHAS. W. LORD, Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in BKOOMB, BRUSHES, CORDAOR, WILLOW WARES AC , ANT» IMPORTER OF FRENCH, OERMAN AVD KXQLISII FANCY GOODS, Nor 88 and 90, street, Baltimore. ' L. M. BEEBEy Manufacturer and Dealer in WOODEN WARE, CORDAGE, BRUSHES, BROOMS, MATS, PAPER, SIEVES, TWrNE, FTC., Lombard street, between Culvert street and Kx change Place, Baltimore. OR OVER A BAKERS CKtEBBATED SEWIXO MACHINES, No. Ifll, Bultlinore m reft, Baltimore. ~ \\'M. rZil'lsON <£■ CO., Manufacturer* of TARNISHES, WHITE LEAD, PAINTS, REFINED SALTPETRE, PUTTY, AC., lot Lombard ptreet, Baltimore. QOTTSCHALK <£• SPILMAK, Importern and Dealern in BKANDIKB, WINES, GINS, BRGARS, kC, ANIi GKK MAN PRODUCE 52 Light street, one door North of Lombard, Baltt % more, Sole agents for Olivet's O. K. and Buckwnlter's PCRE RYE WHISKIES. j TURNBULI., SLADE Al~O , COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 11 H. Charles Ptn-et. Raltlinoro V. J. BROWN & C...

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

'2 Tlir Coniiiirmal Bulletin BAII.KV. WKIinKUBI RN A. CO., IDIIOKS AND I' K 0 V H I ETOR S. Ojfi t corntr of liurernor tin>i /Vunl'liv Sts. Til!: IX>VM-. HAHKAI— TIIKV AGAIN TURK AT KN nil'K.irllMKNT. We have already referred to tlie preposter ous, but malignant, Radical proposition, broached bv Mr. Weudell Phillips, looking to the attempt to iiii]»~acli Mr. Johnson liefore the Congress of the I'nited States, to be followed by his ejectment from office. This •idea, launched into the politics of ye- day bv the insane Mr. Phillips, has been taken i np and adopted by the insane ATlti-Slacely j Masidaril which re echoes it with a howl of I endorsement and satisfaction. That there is I a strong current ot Radical opinion tending to this course is apparent, and trusting to the majority that tliis faction will have in the next Congress, it is not strange that Mr Phillips, the exponent of the fanatical negro, suffrage sentiment, should have chalked out this line of con...

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