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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 16 September 1865

SEPTEMBER 16, 1865. The Commercial Bulletin LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Gkn. Robert E. Lke—There is now on exhibition at Lybrock's store, under the Spotswoml hotel, on Main street, a fine painting of "General Leo on horseback." The artist has taken for the subject of his picture tbo scone at tho battlo ot tho Wilderness when, some of the Southern batteries having boon taken by tho opposing forces, General Lee snatched the colors from the hand of a color-bearer and, riding to tho front, offered to lead tho troops in tho charge. They refused to move unless their leader would go to the rear, which he eventually did, and they then went forward and retook the battery. General Lee is represented as seated on a spirited horse, holding a battle-Hag in his left hand, which jioints in the direction of the lost batteries; in his right hand be holds his bat, and his face turning backward, bears in it a mingied expression of entreaty, sorrow and enthusiasm. A wounded officer in the foreground, litts his...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 16 September 1865

4 The Coiniiweiitl Bulletin G ENER AL NEWS. Ex-Congressman Curry, of Alabama, is said to be studying for I lie ministry. Kurr ~\V Harrison, an ominont lawyer of Leesburg, V*., died 011 Thursday last. Indiana taxes dogs J?1 for male and $2 for female dot's. NVhy is General Cox pnrtiul to pork ?— Because he was brought up with Ham. Mr. Bcecher's religious .views net him $20,000 per annum. Suuday shaving is becoming a matter of : litigation in Hartford. A little boy was accidentally boiled to death in Cincinnati last week. A great temperance and anti-leniperaiico excitement prevails in Indiana. A sleeping man rolled from a house-top in New York and killed himself. A Penobscot Indian squaw. Molly Molasses, is believed to be 101 years old. The Republican papers have dropped their motto, "Stand by the President." Max Maretzeks bulletin for his autumn season does not appear in the N. York HernU!. j A tireman on an Albany ferry boat was torn to pieces by the sudden starting of the I engine ...

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

Vol I—NO. 115. SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. OCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES. MRS. DR. OKAS. BELL GIBSON will open, on t'ao first MONDAY in October next, a SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, And will uno overy effort to mako it* in all rc-t-pects, satisfactory to its supporters. Tho best instructors in tho LANGUAGES, M'JSIC AND DRAWING Will be engaged. Particular attention will bo given to FRENCH, which will bo spoken by all of the pupils, except thoso in the Kngllsh room, and special care will be bestowed upon Khkllmli €'oliipo*iiioii, C<«'OKi'iiphy & Spellintf. MUSIC LESSONS will bo given during school hours, so as not to confine the young ladies in the afternoons. T E R M Hi In curkkncy.] English $50 00 English (primary branches) 40 00 French, Latin, etc 20 00 Drawing 20 00 Music—At Professor's charges,, Mrs. Gibson will be glad to Vccfiive early appli cations, us the number of pupils will be limited. Address, MRS. I)R. GIBSON, Franklin street, 2d door above 7th, South side, or Box ...

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

2 The Commercial Bulletin IIAII.EY, WKDDRItBtIIIM it CO., EDITORS AND.PROrnIETORS. Office corner of Governor and Frank/in St*. TIIK VOITNO ill EN OF VIKUINIA At all times, young men have a value, and are under a responsibility, which they, by no means, fully estimate. But their importance in the present circumstances of Virginia is absolute, incalculable. The always waning strength and declining energies of our old men, have been well nigh annihilated, first by the anxieties, Bufferings aud privations of the war, and since its disas. trous close, by bitter disappointments, by the unexampled loss of property aud comforts, and, not least of all, by the complete anil permanent interruption of their long-established and cherished habits. Most of them have received a fatal blow to their activity, be' cause they cannot adapt themselves to the new order of things. They must be content, in submission to the will of God, quietly to prepare for the grave and the eternity which soon await them...

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

SEPTEMBER 18, 18G5. The Commercial Bulletin local intelligence. PnoVoST Judge's Court.—Business accumulated rapidly before tliis tribunal, owing t > tbo continued illness of Col. McEntee, and the time consumed iu tlie trial ot Mr. Keyner. Captain lloysradt, however, is energetically devoting himself to the business before liiin, and propof.es shortly to clear tlie docket.— The following cases were disposed of on Saturday : Mrs. Sarah Allen, pleading guilty to selling liquor to soldiers, but earnestly appealing to the clemency of the Court, on the ground of IKiverty, and' promising faithfully never again to repent the offence, was told to go and sin no more, with a promise of sixty days in the Castle, should she again so violate the law. Charles Grace, charged with intruding while drunk into a sick lady's chamber, and behaving improperly, was, in consideration of bis being an old offender, sentenced to thirty davs in tlie ('astle. John Laimigan, charged with breaking up Go...

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

4 The Commercial Bulletin 0 ENERAL NEWS. Tin* Raleigh, N. C , correspondent of the Associated l're*s is one Munchausen —known formerly as Roorback and, recognized every whore as ti thundering liar. The best fish story of the season is related by the New London Star, of a man who while bathing was soiled by a hnee shark and dragged -•"> feet under water Thinking that depth sufficient) ho plunged his thumb into the monster's eye, was quickly released and regained the surface and his boat The shark so damaged him, however, that ho cannot live. They have found the tusk of an elephant embedded deepin the soil at Brattleboro, \ i. It belonged, the A'nwc/says, to a species of elephant long since extinct, supposed to bo the /'.'/</>//('* I'rimoyitiiiix (ov mammoth) lit mm aback, that inhabited the northern parts of North America, having wondered across the Siberian plains to the Arctic ocean and IVhring Straits and beyond to this country South to about the p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 19 September 1865

VOL I—NO. 116. SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. BOAKDINO ANU KAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADrE?. Miss PEGRAM will re-opon her sehool in Li idon Koiv, Franklin atreut, the first of OCTOBER DOXt. A full and efficient corps of Instructors will b« employed, and tbo FRENCH LANGUAGE will receive apecial attention. Early application for tbo Boarding Department must h© made t > Mrs. J. W. PEIIUAM, as sbo withes to have only a puiall number of pupils in her family. Further particulars will.be given in later advertisements. [au2lE] jy 15 —.Unwtt HILL ACADEMY.—This School, noar -J (iuiney's station, Caroline county, Va., will bo re-opened October Ist, lor a sossioi. ot ten montlid. The Principal is an M. A. graduato ot the University of Virginia, and lias had sixteen rear.: experience in teaching. The situation is healthy, and accessible. Pupils aro amply propared for tbo University, or for business. Trrms.—s2M» in gold, or its equivalent. Address, ,SAM'L SCHOOLKK, M. A., Ouiney's P. 0., Caroline cou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 19 September 1865

'i iic Commercial Bulletin H WI.KV, XVI'IUH-IIIIUKN tV kDITORS ANl> k l' KOtltlli TOK S. o[/icr cvrimr of Governor anil franklin St». TUESDAY MORNINU, SEPTEMBER tit, IS6S. KEtIAI.K INDUSTRY. Horace Urecly has uttered an apotheytn 'n which is conveyed the true station ol women, and the duty of man. He says: " The destiny of woman is marriage, and her sphere is home. Man's duty is to support her." From this, however, he deduces the obligation of society to furnish woman with modes of em ploytuent respectable and of light labor.— She may be thus rendered more independent, aud may aid man somewhat in the perform auce of his duty ; which, undoubtedly, is to protect and support her. Whilst Southern women are eager to engage in any respectable employment which will enable them to aid in the maintenance of themselves and families, it is of extreme importance that those who think for society should take care that their industry is not misapplied. They should not be the slaves of m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 19 September 1865

Tin; Commercial Bulletin TVESDA\ MOHNISW, SEPTEMBER 10.1 LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. I'rovust JunuK's Oot-RT.-We were phased U see Colonel McKnteo in his accustotnod seat on yesterday, lie having recovered fuffioiei.tly to resume his duties. Ihe following cases were examined . A. II Plume was charged with entering by force the root Ella Johnson, and striking several timi s herself and the negro servant, who attempted lo put him out. Ihe prisoner and ,'laintilf wore once upon terms of intimacy, but this had long Since ceased. Caroline Daboev the servant aforesaid, deposed that the plaintiff refused prisoner entrance, "but ho aisled in comin' in, an said ho mus come iu nr die We bofo push agin him, but he outpush us bofe, an' come in, an' struck mo twine an' hit lier, an' den Miss Ella send me for guard an' he run.' Other witnessess confirmed tho above statement, which the accused did not deny, tileadiriir, however, in palliation that ho was drunk, an excuse which, in the common mind, is supp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 19 September 1865

The Cointiieveial Bulletin rn>iiA\ >io«M>u.vKi'ii:'iHhii m.i-o . GENERAL NEWS. A man In Williamsburg, N. V.. rid himself of a scolding wili- by placing her in an insane asylum. A lady just dead in New York, lias left the bulk of'her property to -o/ieties—to spite lier relatives, l>erhaps. Mace and Wornmlil are going to bruise each other for the champion belt ut Kugland ■<n the Ist ol Novemtier. The Pennsylvania Democratic Slate Central Committee is out in mi address taking strong grounds against negro suffrage. Measures are being taken at Philadelphia and Hoston to arrest, i! possible. a visitation of the cholera. The steamer Somerset, the tirst of the new line from Hiiltiiuore, will sail tor Liverpool oil the 38th of September. The President has appointed Charles 11. Campfleld to bo Appraiser of Merchandise for the port of Savannah. A Polish agent i< now in Virginia looking for a location in which to settle a party o...

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

Vol I—No. 118. sCIVO OL S AN I) COLLE «1C S FOR YOUNG LADIES. MRS. DR. Of I AS. BELL GIBSON will open, on the first MONDAY in October next, a SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, An«l will use ovory effort to make it, in all rospccts, satisfactory to its supporters. Tho host instructors in tho LANGUAGES. MCSIO AND DRAWING Will be engaged. Particular attention will be given to FRENCH, which will be spoken by all of tho pupils, except those in tho Knglish room, nnd special care will bo bestowed upon Iviikllmli Coinposillon, (SfOKrapliy & Spelling. MUSIC LESSONS will be given during school hours, so as not to contiue the young ladies in the afternoons. T E It I>l S: I N CURRRNCY.] English $50 00 English (primary branches) 40 00 French, Latin, etc 20 00 Drawing 20 00 Music--At Professor's charges. Mrs. Gibson will ho glad to receive early appli • cations, ns tho number of pupils will be liinitod. Address, MRS. DR. GIBSON, Franklin street, 2d door above 7th, South side, or Box...

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

Tlie Commercial Bulletin IIAII.KY, \Vl!l>l>liHßU(£N & CO., KDITURS A N li PROMUETORS, Ojfli'* corner of f/oi'rrnor ami AVanfciiw iS'lty Till Its It AY MUKMVi, SI.I'IIM llllt -M SKCEHMION IN lItKI.AM) History assures us that all the sectional wars which have occurred iu the British Kill, pire since the conquest of Ireland and the act ot Union with Scotland, have been fought with the object of severing the British Union and securing the secession of the States which compose it. The rebellions of 1713 \ and 1745 were an attempt on the part ol j Scotland to regain her nationality and restore I her dynasty. The resistance which cost Em-1 met and other patriots tlieir lives, was based > upon a similar idea O'Connell agitated for j the jieaceful recognition of political and reli j gious rights, and argued the repeal of the English Union as a measure to secure the welfare of Ireland. The later movements, headed by O'Brien, Meagher, Mitcliel and o...

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

Tim Commercial Bulletin Till ItMIAt MORNING,SEPTEMBER *1. I. O C A I. INTCLLI <1 ENI'E ." Tiik Sbvkntikth Annual Council of the Protestant Episcopal Church of Virginia convened on yesterday in the lecture room of St. Paul's Church. After a sermon from the Kov. Mr. Norton, the body was organiied, the Right Reverend Bishop Johns presiding as Chairman, Rev. Mr. Dashiell Sec. retury, and Mr. John P. Powell Assistant Secretary. I'lie roll of clerical dolega es was then called, <52 gentlemen responding, after which the Lay Delegates, iJti in numfer, presented their credentials which were acted upon. The preliminaries being arranged the Council adjourned until 5 o'clock, P. M. At 6, I'. M. tho Council met pursuant to adjournment, when liishop Johns read a most interesting statement of his labors during the past year, comprising wandorings by flood and field, religious services pur formed in shell-scarred churches and in the camps of the soldiery, and confirmations adm...

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

'i'lit! Commercial Bulletin THI IIMItV ShI'TEMHKK il G ENERAL NEWS. Aldrldge, tlie mulatto actor, is married to a white woman. Missouri furnished 104,768 soldiers to the war, one-third being from St. Louis. "Mrs. drundy," a literary papor, recently started in New York, is dead. The New Yorkers spent two millions lust year to go to the theatres and such. The new hotel in St. l-ouis cost a million and a <|ii»rt«r. A man named llogg waß recently choked to death by a bit of bacon. The Kuglish sparrows imported into j l ' rKey have cleaned the trees of worms. ■ A great lire hasoccurred at Stuiiilmul. Two thousand liw hundred buildings have been burnt and the fire wasNtill raping on tin? (lib. Ihe letter S is the most substantial one in the alphabet, for without it, every Smith would be a niith A colored man, Hiehard K. Greener, of Hoston, his just entered tho freshman class at Harvard College. Etlbrts are being made to raise the Merri mac lying Craney Island, Hampton Hoaclh. J...

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

Vol I—NO. 119. K t II 001. S A IS* I> < O LI.E UE S SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIIiS. MRS. I)R. CIIAS. BULL GIBSON will open, on tlio tlrst MONDAY in October next, a SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, And will use every effort to make it, iu all respects, satisfactory to its supporters. The best instructors In the LANGUAGES, M'JSIC AND DRAWING Will ho ongaged. Particular attention will bo given to FRENCH, which will ho Hpoken l»y nil of the pupil's, except those in the English room, and special caro will bo bostowed upon Enulifeli Composition, (.rogrnphy A Spelling: MUSIC LESSONS will be given during school hours, so as not to confine the young ladies in the afternoons. T K It M St In cur ii knot.] English $50 00 Knglish (primary branches),.. 40 00 French, Latin, etc 20 0(1 Drawing 20 00 Music—At Professor's charges. Mis (lib <»n will ho glad to roceive early appli cations, us tbo number of pupils will he limited. Address, MRS. Dll. GIBSON, Franklin streot, 2d door ab...

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

Tiic Ciimiiuxcial Bulletin tun.r v, \t »v «'«>., tItIX (• H 8 AN 1> 1* K 0 r It 1 KTO It .S. Office rerinfr of Governor rni I f'ninktitt $f». ■ mow iiiiiimm;. M Till; I'OI'I'LAKITV OK 'IK- JOIINSOVK policy in I. >i n,i o> n:\rs in a hopi:ia;ss Ml\okiti. The popular testimonials to Mr. Johnson's course are gathering day by day, both in the elements that are giving in their adhesion j thereto and iu the quality of those who impudently ufl'eet to oppose it. Tluiddeiis Ste I veus, Charles Sumner, and, at the tail-end ol j all, Hen Butler, have taken grounds in i o])\K)siticin to the temperate and humane | policy of reconstruction adopted by Mr. j Johnson, and have placed themselves at j the head of "the op|iosltion," that is | now engaged in waging war upon him.— j These malcontents, representing, as events | have proved, a miserable faction ot wronflicaded and presumptuous agitators, are lay ing down tlie law to Mr. Johnson in a series | of s...

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

Tin; Commercial Bulletin I'ltlDO MliMVi, I I IIMBICII ••«, 1-«.*>. I, (> ( VI. I N T IC I, I. I <> E \<' £ . East Hanover Pueshytery.—This body i ? now holding its Fall Session in this city, at llii' 2d Presbyterian Church. The opening sermon by U'ev. .John Miller, of Petersburg, was delivered Wednesday, at 11 o'clock.— It was an interesting discourse, "Oh, woman, great is thy faith," Ac. Presbytery then proceeded to business and continued its sessions in tho afternoon, lie v. A. Converse, I>. I>., is Moderator, and Rev. P. B. Price and Mr. B. 1!. Wel lord, Clerks. Mr. Shanks, of Amelia, preached last night at Dr. Iloge's —services were nlso held at H o'clock, at Mr. Moore's; and at the 3d Church, on Church Hill, at the same hour, by Rev. John Miller. The roll of members prosent is as follows MniixtiA. Converse, I). D., C. 11. Read, It. !>., J- W. K. Handy, I). 1)., M, D. lingo, I'. I'.. Kdward M...

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

The Commercial Bulletin FKID.tI MOK-MXH, m:I'TMIIUU sM, j-ii.v GENERAL NEWS. A blue and pink horse is iti London, l'rairie hens are almost extinct at the West. General Grant has been invited to visit Pittsburg. Bandmann, the actor, has gone to California. Cholera is making its appearance at Chicago. A young lady in Natiek died of fright during a recent thunder storm. The Ohio Stato Fair closed on Friday. — The receipts were $10,000. Boston Corbott, tlie finisher of Booth, is now become a hat finisher in New York. No crowned head of Knrope is in its own capital nt this present writing. The wheat crop in New \ork State is abundant. The potatoe crop of Ireland never looked better. The Now York book-trade sale one day aggregated $45,000. A German in New York shot himself dead for love. Mr. Alex. Dumas' lectures have been suspended by order of the Government. This is good corn weather —ii special interposition in behalf of old Bourbon. Mr. Bonis, of the Boston Post, is eighty-two years o...

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

Vol I —No. 120. % T i: A M BOAT I* I N l£ S . E W LINE STEAMERS. ~~ sjm New Line Steamer* lor Norfolk. Fortress Monroe, mid Baltimore—llurudrii's, mid KeitPa i:\prcss Itoule—Leave Ludlmu \ Wat--en's W linrf ut Rocketls Dully nt (i 1-4 o'clock A. M. The steamer* of this liar are all new, and their remarkable speed is dm to their construction, the most approved modern n.odel« of the fast Hudson Uiver Steamers having been adopted. The superiority of these models gives them great uihniilnvcN over the boats of the old style of naval const ruction, and the newness of their boilers and machinery, guarantees to the public their perfect safety. It is hardly necessary to inform our patrons, that with their powerful machinery and tine water lines, they do not require the slightest approach to 44 racing ' to enable them to aituin a much better rate of speed ilian any boats in these wators. The NEW LINK is composed of the following elegant side-wheel steamers, superbly fitted up with saloous and...

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

Tiic Coiiiiiicrcial Bulletin IHII,I V, H HDIIKIIIU'ItN «V- CO., E H I T oils AND moml KTO KS. Ojflisf i-ornmr of (Jnrrrnor mat Franklin Sin. MTtllim iiuiu i st;, *epti:aiiieh .MAKING A SQDARK IKSIU-A GKNEItAI. A >1N KST V The furious iiadi 'al threats leveled at Mr. Johnson for several weeks past, and ever since the opposition to his policy lias taken shape, have so little affected him in his straight forward, uncompromising course in the interests of the Constitution, that he has not swerved one hair's breadth from the path that, in the beginning, he marked out for himself. Instead of allowing himself to be come tlie tool and the instrument ot tyranny in lending the influence of his official position to the cowardly measures ot the Radicals towards the South, he has taken the Constitution as his guide, and, whilst placing certain restrictions upon the South, that lit; thought warranted by the circumstances, has indicated to the Revolutionists that their purposes are well...

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