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

SEPTEMBER 9, 1865. Tiio Commercial Bulletin LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Obtaining Money Undkii Fai.se Piuc TKNIKs.—An interesting case came up before Col. McKnt'.'o, tin yesterday, 1). M. Semple being charged with "uttering and passing for value, worthless and forged bank checks, and obtaining money and goods under false pretences," the charge being substantiated by the testimony of several of his victims, and the pr.xluction of the checks. William ii. Lamed testified that Semple, owing him a bill of $15. he requested ]>ay ment, whereupon the prisoner gave him a eh "k on the Bank of Virginia for the amount, statimi that he did not have the amount in bank then, but would have on Saturday. He had also seen a check for $30 given by S. to a negro boy lor services rendered. .1, F. Parmentier, deposed that the prisoner owed him a board bill ('f SjW.'Jo, tfiid gavehini in ] ayment a check on the First National Bank of Richmond for #20 Parmentier giving Semple £17.r2."> in cha...

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

4 The Commercial Bulletin general news. Out of n population of G.flOO, at Pitliolo I city, Penn., not fifty aro females. In Illinois they am faising $500,000 for a | Soldiers' orphan.' freo school. Tiie harvest in Ireland this year may tu> I considered, on the whole, a Very fair average OtiO. James A 1 Matthews was commissioned to day Collector "I the port at Tappahannock, , Virginia ••Is that a jargonelle " asked a gentleman of a street di aler, as In: pointed to a pear - No," replied the peddler, "it's ten cents " For getting drunk n Briti«li soldier in Cannia receives sixty In-he 'lltpytr [It's a pity the custom don't extend to our army.] A Cairo. 111., paper says that at thohungiiuj of two negroes in that city, "everything passed off most pleasantly lu one of the New England pin factories, 192,000 of these useful little thing- are made, papered awl packed every hour. The annual State election taken place in California to day The contest han been very spirited and bitt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 11 September 1865

Vol I—NO. 109. BALTIMORE DIRECTORY CM AS. WTZORD, Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in nrvOOMS, URUBIIKH, CORPAGR, WILLOW WARBB AC., AMP IMPORTRR OP FRENCH, CJKRMAM AND ENGLISH FANCY GOODS, Nos 88 and 90, Lombard street, Tlaltlmoro. _ /,. M. BEE BE, Manufacturer and Dealer in \\ >ODEM WARE, CORDAQE, BRUSHES, BROOMS, MATS, PAPER, SIEVES, TWINE, ETC., I.ombitrd street, between Calvert street and Kxehaiitfe Plane, Baltlmoro. GROVER <*• BAKER'S CKLKRRATBI) SKWINO MACntNF.S, Nil. 181, Ualtlinore street, Hiiltimoro. IVM. 1J A VI SON <(■ CO., Manufacturers of YARNISIIES. WHITE LEAD, PAINTS, REFINED SALTPETRE, PUTTY, AC., ioi Lombard street, Baltimore. QOTTSCHALK d- SPILMAN, Importers and Dealers in BRANDIES, WINES, GINS, S F.O ARS, AC. AND GERMAN PRODUCE S2 Light ctrootjone door North of Lombard, Baltimore, Boln agents for Oliver's O. K. and Ruck waiter's PURE RYE WHISKIES. TURN BULL, SLADE d CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 11 8. Charles street, Baltimore. V...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 11 September 1865

i ■ ■"" . C The Commercial. Bulletin BAIJ.EY, WEDORRBIIIIN & CO., KDIIORS AND PROTRIETORS. Office corner of Governor anil Franklin St*. I,AND AND IjABOK. We regret to feel that the purpose of re organizing Southern industry upon the basis of emancipation has received a serious check irom two causes. The first is the universal panic among land holders caused by the ex tensive libel of land, and the second, is the uncertain policy of the Freednmn's Bureau with regard to the wages ami settlement of the negro. We should be wanting in candor it we did not add to these causes the persistent ami systematic misrepresentation of Southern sincerity, and the exaggerated accounts of Southern indolence and destitution published in the columns of almost every Northern newspaper. 1. The libelled land*. The large number of land-owners cited before the federal court in Virginia, with the very slow rate at which the President can examine the innumerable applications for pardon, must in vo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 11 September 1865

SEPTEMBER 11, 1865. Tlio Commercial Bulletin LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Another Penitentiary Akkair.— James Beattie was, on Saturday, brought before tho Provost Judge, charged with stealing $125 trom Charles Butt.. From the mnss of evidence elicited, we glean the following facts : Butt missed his pocket-liook on rising, Vut thinking his brother, who slept with him and had gone early to the store, had carried it off, followed him, but finding that he knew nothing of it returned to liis room and instituted a thorough search which he had not done before, but in vain. He then learned that during his absence the prisoner had been to his room. Prior to his reaching the store, Beattie had called there and asked the plaintiffs brother to lend him enough to buy a drink, but was told that plaintiff had all the money at his room and would lend to him, on which Beattio set out to find Charles Butts, who bi d in the meantime left for the storo. When Beattio was arrested lie had in his possession $14.50...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 11 September 1865

4 The Coiiimnriiil. Bulletin GENERAL NEWS. A whale was seen off Gloucester lust week. | Two English newspapersare now published ' git Yokohama, in Japan. The daughters (!' General Z dlicofler latflv took the •'nth of allegiince in S i-hvill ■■ People wli.) came I'ncl; t > i wn yesterday wished hofore n»i;' tliii they liad'nt. A movement is on foot at Sun Antonio, j Texas. to present a homestead to Oenerul 1 Hood. Hi-Governor Wm. Bigler.isin Nevada Tor j litory, and bus bought a gold mine lor a Nr'.v York company. The will of Paul li. Gi-orge. of Now Hump shire, is to I e contests 1 I ivause it was execu ted on Sunday. A correspondent says it is a lamentable fact that Christianity is not popular at Niag nra Falls. |,c Signore dellu Georgin fan no circolaie una peti/.ione diivtta al Crewidente Joliuwiii iM'r il lilaseio e perdone di .letter-ion Davis. •' \s September lias the letter r in it, most people look a "roast" yesterday,—anddidn't tuncy it. The President declines to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 12 September 1865

Vol I—NO. 110. BALTIMORE DIRECTORY SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. OOHOOL FOR YOUNG LADfSB. MRS. DII. OH AS. BELL GIBSON will upon, on the first MONDAY in October next, a SCHOOL FOR YOUtfG LADIES, And will use every effort to tnako it, in all rospeets, satisfactory to its supporters. The best instructors in tho LANGUAGES, M'JSIC AND DRAWING Will bo engaged. Particular attention will be given to FRENCH, which will be spoken by all of tho pupils, except thoso in tho English room, and spccial we will be bestowed upon Pnulifth Composition, Geography A* Spelling. MUSIC LESSONS will be given during school hours, so as not to confine tLe young ladies in the afternoons. T E R M S: In currency .] English $50 00 English (primary branches) 40 00 French, Latin, etc 20 00 Drawing . 20 00 Music—At Professor's charges. Mr.«. Gibson will bo glad to rcceivo early appli cation*, as the number of pupils will bo limited. Address, MRS. DR. GIBSON, Franklin street, 2d door above 7th, South side, or Box 190, Richmo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 12 September 1865

i The Commercial Bulletin UWI.TY, WKIIDKUBUKN A CO., K DI'I'OHS ANil Pltor HIETORS. Ojfii't cunitr of (ritrrrnnr mi l Frank/'* St*. BOW Tllh WORK SOU ON—MB JOIINMOVrt L.KTTKK TO MOV. SIIARKKY. Day by day, to tho dismay and confusion of the revolutionary Radicals, Mr. Johnson's idea of Southern reconstruction resolves itself into shupe and action. Every successive step taken in this direction indicates that the bad counsels that have heretofore prevailed against the South are to be lacking, in the future, the influence of Executive favor. The line of policy so fixedly followed by Mr. Johnson —so entirely in consonance with bis well-known and unshakable adherence to the behests of the Constitution —is gradually, for the peace and better interests of the country, alienating him from the conclave of conspirators who have arranged the mine only to be lifted themselves, when the proper time lor action arrives. Mr. Johnson has just given evidence that he puts faith in the honesty of purpos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 12 September 1865

SEPTEMBER 12, 1865. The Commercial Bulletin Pbovost Judge's Court.—The following c ises were investigated on yesterday by Col. McEntee: Wilson Hill, charged with heating his wife, confessed that being a little in liquor, he hit lier a slap with lon hand, ease she was saucy to him. llis wife not wishing to have him locked up, and both agreeing to behave, tins case was dismissed. Mrs. Roche was charged with slapping a negro and selling liquor to soldiers. Mrs. If. confessed to slapping her, but said the negro told hi t- to "go to ll—1," and was in the habit of beating her baby every time sbe took it out. She denied selling liquor to soldiers. Isabella Harris, now " livin wid a cullered ladv," deposed that Mrs. R. beat her severely "wid her Bases," and "knocked a loose tool' out of her head," hail seen her sell liquor to soldiers. Another negro woman, who lived in Mrs. li s yard, testified to having seen her sell liquor to soldiers, saw the assault, the plaintiff being seated by her an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 12 September 1865

4 The Commercial Bulletin 0 ENER AL NEWS. Stin Franei*eo, Sept. 7. —The electionj throughout thin State yesterday passed <itt quietly, and the vote was light. The priuci pal counties return Union men to the Legisla 1 ture. San Francisco elects seven peoples in | dependent Union members aud seven demo crats ; the vote was nine thousand less than in last November. The result is regarded as unfavorable to J. B. Felton and F. <). Phelps, both aspirants to succeed Mr. McDougall in the United States Senate, and. hoping to secure the delegation from this city ; neither ot ( them gets any votes here. The strong box of the United States ship Cumberland, sunk by the ram Virginia (familiarly known as the Merrimao, in the great naval engagement in Hampton Koads), was recovered by the sub marine workmen employed in the work of raising the hull of that ship. The tugs employed in tho afore- , said enterprise came up last nierlit, v/histling through the steam whistles jubilees...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 14 September 1865

VOL I—NO. 112. SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. Boarding and day school FOR YOUNG LADIES. Ml«s I'EORAM win ro-open her school in Linden Row, Franklin street, the first of OCTOBER next. _ ... . A full ami efficient corps of Instructors will lie employed, and tho FRENCH LANOUAGK will receive special attention. Early api'Scxtion lor the Boarding Department must bo made to Mrs. J. W. I'EGHAM, as she wiibes to have only » small number of pupils in her family. Further particulars will lie given in later advertisements. |uu2l K| iv 15 -Stiiwtl QOHOOt fW Votmu LADIES. MRS. DR. 01IAS. HELL GIBSON will (.pen, on tiio first MONDAY in October next, » SCHOOL FOK YOUNCI LADIES, And will uso evory effort to make it, iu all respects, satisfactory to ita eupportors. The host instructors in the LANGUAGES, M'jSIC AND DRAWING Will he engaged. Particular attention will ho given to FRENCH, which will ho ipoken by all of tho pupils, except those ill the Knglish roonj, and special care will he bestowed upon KiHtlinb ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 14 September 1865

2 Tim Commercial Bulletin * IIMI.I'.Y, WRIIUKRIIURN CO., EDITORS AND Ftt 0 fR I RTOIt S. j Office enrntr of (lovtrnnr n))i Fniitkliu St*. j' A Miotu mra President Johnson speaks as one having J authority, and not as the Pharisees. He believes in the sincerity ot ibe Southern people, and will in due time and as far as may depend on him, restore them lo tlieir proper j position in the Union. Hi* has declared that he "does not believe the sensation lettei wri i ters and editors who are endeavoring to j create the impression that there exi-ts in the South disaffection and dissatisfaction." This j renders it unnecessary for us to take any j further notice of the miscreants who seek to [ embroil anil embitter the Union by a renew ed controversy in order that they may pro* long their own ephemeral notoriety. The President's letter to Judge Sharkey, and his j manly reply to the Macarland address place | the rights of the South on firm ground and announce an abrupt opposition to the Black Re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 14 September 1865

m TOPTEMBER 14, 1865. I m Commercial Bulletin (LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. - Tim! Tbial of Mr. Rrynkti was resumed oil yewterday at II A. M , nnd Mr. C. I'. Kady being sworn, was examined and cro»examinpd for limr mortal hours. A full report woukl lilt a page of <» lr paper and we uro OMuii'lli# to give a summary as follows : - Bis been employed at Timet office us bookKc(i|>n*.nince tin* inception of the paper. Has know prisoner since April last, but knew nothing «f his connection with the office until L" informal by Mr. Pollard, about the last ot | May, that Mr. Reyner had been canvassing I for tnaijtper, and that there was due him 1 $2sftl!ch witness paid. Prisoner was not I eiupy#»dl>y Mr. Wynne. Mr. Keyner visited I Uq- fljs. daily, before and after it was under I *<*>»"<" August Ist, that there wasa busi- • 'nqpWttut*- between Messrs. Wynne and fwLfi', which latter gentleman had acted as edUKpto the tlmeof his illness. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 14 September 1865

4 Tilt; Cniniiieraal Bullet^ =-•7=: '■ —— — -* y~" | GENERAL NEWS. Gon. Sheridan arrived at Houston on the 1 27th ult. Mr. Longfellow is bnsil v engaged in his new 1 translation of Dante. The two Winchester (Virginia) Presbyte j ries iiave united after a separation ol some I twenty live years. The French government ha? appointed a ! commission 10 study the eattle disease in England. A fearful hurricane had passed over the j district of Liege. The largest trees were I blown down, and immetise damage was done. Accounts from Rouen state that trade is i brisk, and that cottons are bought up as quickly as they are manufactured. A girl named Maxey was drowned at. Albany Wednesday night by falling overboard from a canal boat. The post-quartermaster at St. l-ouis has purchased 150,000 bushels of oats at 69 cts., to be delivered at Cairo within 12 days. The venerable ex-United States Senator W. O. Rives, from Virginia, and Duff (Ireeu, are in Washington. Lieutenant Commander F. M. Bunco hit ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 15 September 1865

VOL I—NO. 113. SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. T7DQB HILL ACADEMY.—This School, near 3~J Guiney's station, Caroline county, Va., will bo re-opencd October Ist, for A sessiou of ton months. The Principal is an M. A. graduato of tho University of Virginia, and has had sixteen years experience in teaching. Tho situation id healthy, and accessible. Pupils are amply prepared for tho University, or for business. Ti:rms.—s2so in gold, or its equivalent. Addross, SAM'L SCHOOLER, M. A., , Guiney's P. 0., Caroline county, Va. in 14—gawtlOl BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES. Miss PEGRAM will re-open her school in Lindon Row, Franklin street, the first of OCTOBER noxt. A full and efficient corps of Instructors will be etnployod, and tho FRENCH LANGUAGE will ' receive special attention. Eftrly application for tho Hoarding Department must bo made to Mrs. J. W. PEGRAM, as she wishes to have only a small number of pupils in her family. Further particulars willjbe given in later advertisements. [au2lE|...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 15 September 1865

2 The Commercial Bulletin 11AII.KY, WKOOKIIIHJItN A CO., E DItORS AN I) 1' R 0 VK I KTO KS. Ujlirc c.i'■ 11"r»/" (lucrrnnr fill'/ t'rmillel .St*. TUB NEW VORK "POST" O.N Jilt. Johnson's si*i:ucii to tiik southKKN tIKI.KGATION The kindly utterances which marked Mr. Johnson's reception of tho Delegation of Southerners on the occasion of a recent visit to the White Houst —the expression of his confidence in the honesty of purpose of our people, and his general tone of sympathy with the South, have borne the good fruitage, in a quarter least expected, of conciliatory words and friendly advice. The New York Euniny Pout, a paper of conscientious beliefs, and heuce of much influence in its sphere, and long devoted to the dissemination of the most ultra opinions and teachings in regard to the negro, draws a contrast between tlio sentiments contained in the late Radical speech ol Thaddeus Stevens, and those enunciated by Mr. Johnson in his reply to the Southern delegation. The Post, after ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 15 September 1865

SEPTEMBER 15, 1865. The Commercial Bulletin LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. PnovosT JtmoK's Court.—A good deal of business having accumulated on the docket, owing to the timo occupied in the trial of Mr. Reyncr, the court-room was thronged yesterday. Col. McKnteo being, we regret to learn, still ill, Captain Hoysradt, Assists ant Provost Judge officiated in the examination of the following cases : Mrs. Adalino Heath, charged with selling liquor to soldiers, pleaded not guilty. Policeman Tehan swore that he saw her carry glasses into a back-room, and on her return smelt and tasted remaining contents of one which had contained whiskey. A party of soldiers were in back-room who demanded his authority. He drew a pistol in self defenco and showed his badgo. Wont to headquarters, obtained aid, returned, commanded her to open tho door, under threat of breaking in, and arrested her. Two witnesses deposing that they were in the party referred to, and saw nothing drank but pop, Mrs 11. was told she might...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 15 September 1865

4 The Commercial Bulletin GENERAL NEWS Hospitals or sanitariums an- to bo erected in London for diseased cattle. The vintage in Prance promises to he more abundant than for several years. Queen Victoria inaugurated the statue of Prince Albert, on tho 26th of August. Lieut. Col. Francis French, of tho U. S. regular armv, died at New Castle, Del., on the 4th iust., aged 22 years. Uov. Braiulette, of Ivy., has been indicted by the grand jury of Fayette county, in that State, for interfering with the late election there. The fete day of Napoleon Bonaparte was enthusiastically celebrated in the City of Mexico on the 15th ult. During August 12.867 acres were taken for settlement under the homestead law at Boousville, Mo. The complete official returns of the Ken tucky election give the vote lor State Treasurei as follows: Neale, 42,081 ; Garrard, 42,187. Governor Murphy, of Arkansas, has directed an election for members of Congress, on tho 9th ot October. It is stated that on Gen. Grant's ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 16 September 1865

VOL I—NO. 114. SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. 17WHJE HILL ACADEMY.—This School, near jJ Guiney's station, Caroline county, Va., will bo re-oponod October Ist, for a sessio» of ten months. The Principal is an M. A. graduate of tho llnivorsity of Virginia, and has had sixteen years experience in teaching. The situation is healthy, and accessible. Pupils are amply prepared for the University, or for business. Tkrms.—s2so in gold, or its equivalent. Address, BAM'L SCHOOLER, M. A., Guiney's P. 0., Caroline county, Va. ail 14—2&wtlOl COHOOXi foS YOUNG LADIIB. MRS. DR. Oil AS. BELL GIBSON will open, on tiio first MONDAY in October next, a SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, And will use every effort to make it, in all respects, satisfactory to its supporters. Tho beat instructors in the LANGUAGES, M T SIC AND DRAWING Will be engaged. Particular attention will be given to FRENCH, which will be spoken by all of the pupils, except those in tho Knglish room, and special care will bo bestowed upon Kngl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 16 September 1865

2 . . 1 The Commercial Bulletin! lIWI.KY, WKOOKKIHiUN & CO., K D ITO 11 S A N l> VU01" K I KTO RS. O/fir lot'iivr of (/iivenmr and f'ranktin M*- TIIK MECHANIC *HTN AM A \V Alt POWKIt Major General Sickles recently addressed the members of the American Institute in New York upon the valuable aid furnished the Government of the United States by the American mechanics during the late war. It atlbrds an additional evidencethat accumulated capital, national credit, and industrial skill furnish the most important elements of warfare. The facility with which these industrial enterprises are converted to the purposes of pence, relieves the public apprehension of wars continued for the mere employment of those who are fitted for no | other avocation than the prosecution of war i like measures or the production of warlike material: General Sickles says: " 11' the trains of the Army of the Potomac had been put in motion on a single road toward Richmond, the head of the c...

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