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

Tin: Commercial Bulletin SATI'KDAV H O It N ! \ (~ SEPTEMBER S3. ~o < A I. I N T E L L I » E IS' < E . Provost Judok's Coubt. —The following case* were investigated before this tribunal on yesterday : Michael Moran, 4th Mass. cavalry, was sent for thirty days to the Caotlo for drunken and disorderly conduct. Pat. McUowati, 24'.h Mass , guilty of tho ssnie offence, was sent down for ton days. John L. liosoand itobert Hutchinson, 24th negro regiment, arrested without passes, were released after twenty-four hours confinement. A. 0. Syndor, drunk, was released. .Jacob Brizell, a soldier, was fined $5 fo.being drunk and without a pass. J. A. Peters, charged with assaulting a negro, was released tnr want of evidence. John H. Pollard, charged with falsely per donating a Government detective, was released, with the consent of Major Croft, on a promise to refrain in future from such practices, and in consideration of good service rendered in the army. Win. Booker, a neg...

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

Tiie Comiwreial Bulletin SATUHOAV HOH>IXi. MiI'TEMHEK -J. GENERAL NEWS. The Legislature of Indiana is to meet in extra session on tlio 13lh of November. The guard placed over Clement C Clay, at Fortress Monroe, has been withdrawn. G. K. Phillips has been appointed post* master at Weldun, N. C. Mrs. .JohnC. Brockinridgoand family have gone to Canada. Sir Am. Hamilton, astronomer royal for Ireland, is dead. Jefferson City, Mo., is full ot starving refugees from Southern States. The corner stone of a new Cat holic church was laid ou Sunday in Jersey City. The City Hotel at St. Paul, Minnesota, was burned oil the stli inst. The new City Hall, of Boston, was dedicated on Monday. The internal revenue receipts last week were $8,012,000. The first, hale of new cotton was sold in Montgomery, Ala.. Aug. SJlltli, tor U5 cents. Charles Kean, one of the proprietors of the National Hotel at Louisville, died last week. The friends of General Early are making vigorous efforts to secure f...

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

Vol I—NO. 121. ST i: A M II OAT L I * Eft . E W LINE STEAMERS. New Line Steamers lor Norfolk, Fortress Monroe. :ind llulthiiore -lluriidcn'*, and Keid's Expce** Route—Lenve Ludlaiu Ar W invan's \l hurl* at Rockett* Daily a( li l-'i o'clock A. M. The steamers of this line are all new, and their remarkable speed is due to their construction, the mot.i approved modern models of the fast Hudson River steamers having been adopted. The superiority of these models gives them great nd\niiluvcK over the boats of the old style of naval construction, and the newness of their boilers and machinery, guaranteos to the public their purfect safety. „ lL , If is hardly necessary to inform our patrons, that with their powerful machinery and lino water lines, tliev do not require the slightest approach to '• racing' to enable them to attain a much bettor rale of speed than any boats in these waters. The NEW LINE I* composed of the following elegant side-wheel steamers, superbly fitted up. with saloons...

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

Tiie Commercial Bulletin MATI'IIUAY IIOIIBIIMi, Md'TEMBIill '.J. GENERAL NEWS. The Legislature of Indiana is to meet in extra session on the 18th of November. The guard placed over Clement C. Clay, at Fortress Monroe, lias been withdrawn. (i. K. Phillips has la-en appointed post* master at Weldon, N. C. Mr*. JohnC. BreekinriJgeandfamily havo gone to Canada. Sir Am. Hamilton, astronomer royal for Ireland, is dead. Jefferson City, Mo., is full ol starving refit gees from Southern States. The corner stone of a new Catholic church was laid on Sunday in Jersey City. The City Hotel at St. Pa til, Minnesota, was burned oil the sth inst. The new City Hall, of Boston, was dedica ted on Monday. The internal revenue receipts last week were $5,012,000. The first bale of new cotton was sold in Montgomery, Ala., Aug. U'Jth, tor ,!5 cents. Charles Ivciin, one of the proprietors of the National Hotel at Louisville, died last week. The friends of (leueral Early are making vigorous efforts to secure ...

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

Tlic Commercial Bulletin MOMVA V MOKMMi. SEPTEMBER a.'i, LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The Ordination at St. James.—Quito an assemblage gathered around St. James' church on yesterday, before the doors were thrown open, and the building was soon filled to its utmost capacity by the spectators who, in addition to the regular congregation, thronged to witness the interesting and impressive rites of ordination. Morning prayers being read by Rev. Dr. Morrison and Rev. Win. C. Meredith, It was announced that the Bishop would administer the rite of confirmation at night in that church, after which was sung the 105 th selection of Psalms: " Lord, forever at thy side, Let ray place and portion be." The Rev. John Cosby, of Portsmouth, then proceeded to deliver a most earnest, interesting and impressive discourse, taking for his text, St. Paul's Ist Epistle to the Corinthians, ltd chapter, flth verse, " For we are laborers together with Uod." After some remarks in relation to the moral agency of man, he...

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

Tlic. Coniiiiprcial Bulletin MONDAY IIOHMW. KfrrCtlKKH JZ, 1-00. GENERAL NEWS. Passenger fare on Southern rivers is ten cents per '.nile. The pot at 11 disease has re-appeared in certain districts in Ireland. The receipts of the International Exhibition at Dublin do not cover expenses. Two Catholic priests have been arrested in Missouri for officiating without having taken the oath. Col. Ilainbright, late of the 71ltli Pennsylvania regiment, has been promoted to a Bre vet Lieutenant Colonelcy in the regular army. Mr. John llanks is exhibiting the Lincoln log cabin in New York, under the auspices ol Mr. P. T. Bamum. At the Episcopal Convention, in Montreal, a congratulatory address to the American Church was passed. A man named Loveridge lias been arrested in Buffalo for attempting to bribe a customs officer. The War Department has decided that officers resigning are entitled to three mouths pay, the same as those mustered out. The President has appointed Raphael M. Columbus to the U...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 26 September 1865

Vol I—NO. 122. FOR CONGRESS. riii) TIIE PEOPLE OK THK THIRD COIfGRESI HIONAL I) ISTRICT OF VIRGINIA.—I present myself u* a candidate for your suffrage In the ap prouehing Congressional election, and take this method i»f laying before you thf view* ami hopes, thti aims aiKl piirpoNeN, which would animate and dirert me, it honored with a Meat in the Nittional Council. 1 inn profoundly impressed by the novelty and magnitude of the quchtions which will come before that tribunal, and of the momentous interests which hang upon their decision. It has been well said that c vil wars strike deepest «>f all into the nature of ni"ii. Tho very names of affection ami kindred, which were the bond of charity whilst we agreed, become new incentives to hatred when the cmumunion of our country i» dissolved. To restore that communion to awake if possible our natural reand to revive the old partiality for the American name—to consider, compare and reconcile the diversified and distracted inte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 26 September 1865

The Coiuiiicrciiil Bulletin IIAII.KV, \VKI»I»KUIII KN Jk I'll., EDITORS AND 1' R O PHIBIORS. Oflirr ritnmr of (finvnior aad Franklin St«. TUESDAY MDItMMI, SKPTEMHEH ifti. I Mi"'. THE MEXICAN STltlKitil.E. The Mexican war excites an anxious uncertainty somewhat as the Atlantic cable has beon in tho habit of doing, and the . information given to tho public seems as uncertain in tho one caso as tho other, i roin lato advices tho government of Juarez had been transferred to HI Paso, which is a point on tho Itio Grande, very near tho bonier of Texas. This movement was even improved into a rumor that President Juarez was on his way to New Orleans, and that tho Republican struggle was at an end. This has been, however, contradicted by an official communication of tho Ootisul-Qoneral ol Mexico in the United States, in which he begs leave to say that "it is Maximilian and the French who aro under tho necessity of loaving Mexico, ami not tho legitimate government." This announcement is based ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 26 September 1865

The Commercial Bulletin TUESDAYMORJIIfc'O, SEPTEMBER «6. IMi.i. I, OVAL IN T ELLIUE IS C E . Provost .1 u imb's Court. —Tho following cases were examined at this tribunal on yesterday : Maggie Murphy, a woman who has seen better days, and who still presents traces of former beauty, was charged with creating a Eico, while drunk, in tho market. — has been, on several previous oeca" night before the Judge for drunkeni was sentenced to sixty days conin the Castlo. 1 Jenot, charged with disturbing i, was released. T." T. Joyce, convicted of assaulting and striking a citizen, was released on payment of a line of $10. Tim Johnson, a negro, charged with being a suspicious character, and drunk, was sent for ten days to tho Castle. T. Canton was sent for twenty days to the Castle for drunken and disorderly conduct. Hannah Burnet, a negross, charged with fighting her husband, was released for want of evidence. Thomas Figgs, Co. F, 21th Massachusetts, convicted of drunken and disorderly conduct...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 26 September 1865

The Commercial Bulletin IT EMMY MllKMMi.sEI'I't'lBER 811, l*«tSs. GENERAL NEWS. A group of six new houses in the Pennsylvania oil regions is called "Imperial City." Artemus Ward is saying adoo in Washington. The New York ladies are shedding their | water-tails. The military i«wt of Lexington has been discontinued. The Modern "comic songs" are styled AbBurdditties. Generals Johnson, l.oniax, lleth, Anderson and Garnett are in Baltimore. Duff Green, of Washington, has been pardoned by the President. Mrs. lloey, of New York, will return to the stage. A Pittsburg policeman was shot whilestealing a horse. Tho new dancer of the liavel troupe is naiued I'epita. The troops are not allowed to camp within four miles of Lexington. A clerk in France has made a landscape out of 15,000 beetles. It took him four years. Secretary Chase was in New York on Tues day, stopping at the New York Hotel. Assistant Secretary Fox is said to be preparing a reply to Gen. Meigs. It took a fast youth just live we...

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

Vol I—No. 123. fci CIIO OL S AND COLLEGES ( ; 00L FOft YOUNG LADIES, k:? — . T)JI. CHAB. BELL GIBSON will open, 0 fir.-' M' ND\Y in October next, a .t'OOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, .\-ii! uh ery elfort to make it, in all re* ' r .vidfnoiory to its supporters. Tho beat in ♦!:•» L y UAong, m t ;bic and drawing i Ve ♦!)«;.. . Particular attention will 1 • givon to l-'HUXCH, which will be fi; nby nil of tho pupils, except tb«>*o «n tho Kngllah room, and ei e la' oaro will he bestowed upon l'i 1 !i Cutnposliioii lisonrapliy «V Spelling .Ml 10 T.ES3ONS will be given during school li ■>, ud not to confine tho young ladies in the -l erl -i.3. T E II i»l Mi In currency.] r $50 00 ] v bl »T3cb«.s) 40 00 ' iii, no..t 20 00 Di 20 00 .1 —At Professor's charges. , .on will bo glad to roOsire early appli oa • • number of pupils will bo limited, ■ir • MHB. DR. GIBSON, ;tr i\ i door above 7th, South ' .. or Box 109. Riuhmoud P- -.i Office.* au 17- -ts [EAM] . JIXG AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YO...

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

The Commercial Bulletin U.WMiY, W EIIDKKBCUN As CO., IS Dt'ro It 8 AND 1* H 0 R1 E T ORS. Offic* eonim of Governor and Franklin St«. WEDNESDAY MOUPIIN«J, SFI'TK.MIIKK Tilß .lIIHTAKKH OF HKrUHMCAMsCW. The question of tho stability ol republics, and of the theory of man's selNgovernnient, are undergoing at the present time a setioui test. Tho last live years have witnessed tho tumult of battle, civil war and anarchy in nearly every American Slate organized tin dor republican institutions, and the truth has become painfully apparent that the seeds of dissension and disruption exist as well in those systems wherein men are governed least, ns in those in which men are governed too much, lu tho vast hurly-burly that attended the march of events in this country, during tho war, tho lesser huteherings of i neighboring and sister republics, were lost sight of, and the ominous lesson that the century has taught was forgotten in tho cla mor of our own troubles. Wo wore apt, formerly, to consid...

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

The Commercial Bulletin M FUMISDAY MOItMMJ, SEPTEMBER JT. LOCAL I .N T E L L I (i E \ C E . Fatal Accident. —About noon yesterday morning, Mr. Suminerfield P. Brown, a young salesman in the store of Putney iV Watts, on Governor street l>elo\v Franklin, bad occa sion to descend from the third floor of the building with several boxes of shoes. Vising the dumb waiter, he unfortunately allowed it to gain too much head way, ami the machinery which had l>cen used steadily ail the morning, loosened the brick work at the extreme top of the building. While vigorously descending, two bricks became detached, and fell through the aperture, striking Mr. Brown ujkhi the head ; the intense velocity of the bricks, owing to the immense height, sufficed to break the skull in a shocking manner, and in throwing the unfortunate man senseless and bleeding u)H)u the lower floor. Drs. Page, Peticolas, and others were immediately called in, but medical attention was of no avail, and th...

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

The Commercial Bulletin WEDNESDAY MOKNINCJ, I 111-It general news. Mrs Grundy is *aiil to liave been to death. A man In Chicago aliot liie jmrtni'i' dead at a card i>artv. The 18th of October >-Thanksgiving: Duy in Canada. Au exhibition of old bonnets i» to be held in Maine. A PittsbuK policeman was shot while steal injj k home. row King, the ex champlon ot England, hn't been lined 1"' for ill-treating a horse. There i= a clieeso at the Istate Fair which take:} four horses todravv it.—Albany Journal. l'hilaJolpliia bus flatted a line ol steamers to Havana Cluster diamonds are pronounced by the fft- hiou writers "vulgar " Mrs Murpliy, oi Jersey City, drowned herself from her husband's behavior. Mad builf are daily killed in tlio streets of New York. A young gill in New York drowned herself to ajcapo marriage. The ghewt of the Jersey City ruin, was a bellowing bull dog. Thor,; were three cases of murder in one da} in Lexington, ivy. A little boy died in Indianapo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 28 September 1865

Vol I —No. 124. ScIIO OL S AND COLLE <4 E S FOR YOUNG LADIES. MRS. DR. CHAS. BELL GIBSON will open, on the first MONDAY in October nexk a HCIIOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, And will ÜBO every effort to make it, in all respects, satisfactory to its supporters. The boat instructors in the languages, m t ;sic and drawing Will bo engaged. Particular attention will bo given to FRENCH, which will be spoken by all of the pupils, except those in the Rnglish room, and special earn will be bestowed upon Knulir»li Composition, G/i)Krnpby Jk HprllliiK MUSIC LESSONS will be given during school hours, po ns not to confine the young ladies in the afternoons. T E R N 8i In currrncy.] English $50 00 English (primary branches) 40 00 French', L.itiu, etc 20 00 Drawing 20 00 Music—At Professor's charges. Mr*. Gibson will fyo glad to roceivo early applications, im tl.o number of pupils will bo limited. Address, MRS. DR. GIBSON, Franklin street, 2d door above 7th, South side, or Box 19If, Richmond Post...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 28 September 1865

'file mini Bulletin II HI.kV, h r.UVKRHOKN <V CI)., IS U ITO H S AND V ft OFRIE T O Kb. Offlct comtr of Oonernor and franklin Sl». TMIKSDAY MORNIISO, SEPTEMBER POI.ITICAI, AMfiKSTIK*. The fatal influences of tho war, and that habit which the conflict engendered ot catling things out of their names, now operate seri ously against the restoration ot a ge.neial pence and amity between the South and the North. Notwithstanding the fact that the Southern people have taken the oath of alle {fiance, and are now just as "loyal"--as the term goes—as any man was in the North after the dragooning process of moh-law hud been up j plied to him at the commencement of the struggle, the old aggressive spirit that ob tained during the bent of strife still run. l - j riot in tlio expression of opinion towards the South, and our people are still spoken of a;"rebels" and -traitors," and are constantly reminded of the fact that they are guilty ol I "rebellion" and "treason," from the penalties...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 28 September 1865

The CoiuiiHsreial Biillctii Tlll ICD I V MOIIMMI, MCPTEMIIKK •.>». Mlf A I. 1 \ T U L I. I !S CI r . v Negro Shot iiy a Soldier.—About hal past ten o'clock on yesterday morning, tin residents of lrtih street, between Main r.iu C*ry, wore startled by the report of a pistol followed by agonizing cries. A gentleman who informed us of the occurrence, hasten ing to the spot, found a negro man lying oi the western paveipent, in front of a smal drinking saloon, at the corner of 18th stree nnil Baker's Alley, and suw a man dressed ii blue running up tlio alloy towards 17th street The wounded man. on being raised up, ex claimed, " God d—n him, he has shot me,' and on investigation it was discovered that ti pistol bullet had entered the aUlomen on tin light side. The flow of blood was very slight, and the wounded man was soon placet! in mi ambulance nnil conveyed to the negrc hospital at Howard's (Jrove, The guards sta tinned iu the neighborhood instantly gave chase to the perpetra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 28 September 1865

The Commercial Bulletin THIHSDAV MOIIMWi, SHPTEMIIKU G ENER AL NEWS. A lnftu was rubbed of $'3,700 in a Cincinnati itreet car. A colored man on a Brooklyn jury attract# ;reat attention there. Rev. General Pendleton, late of the Confedprate army, is preaching in Lynchburg, a. A jealous husband in New York stabbed his wife and her paramour fatally. A bar-room fight in Arizona engaged lii men, killed 'J, and wounded 11. Uen. Frank Blair has been assigned to the command of the cavalry in Missouri. it is stated that not over 600 voters were j registered in St. Mary's county, Md. An Evening Grain Exchange is in operation in Chicago. A pair of twins born in Lansinburg wfeighs 224 pounds. lion. John Van Buren (Prince John) lias been making an extensive Western tour. The Pennsylvania State Fair will open at Williamsport to-day. Fruitful theme of speculation —pears at a dime apiece. Commodore John A. Downs, U. S. Navy, died suddenly at New Orleans September 20. The convention of telegraphers ...

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

3l^| 20 (Itr —At Professor's charges. Mrs. Gibson will be glad to recoive early appli c.itions, as the number of pupils will ho limited. Address, MRS. DR. GIBSON, Franklin street, 2d door above 7th, South side, or Box 19U. Richmond Post-Office, nu 17-—ts I Ifcft M | 17*DGE 11 ILL ACADEMY.—This School, near J Guiney's station, Caroline county, Vii., will bo re-opened October Ist, lor a session of ten months. Tho Principal is an M. A. graduate of the University of Virginia, and has had sixteen years experience in teaching. Tho situation is healthy, and accessible. Pupils are amply prepared far the University, or for business. Thumb.— $200 in gold, or its equivalent. AdVcss, BAM'L BCHOOLKR, M. A.. Ouiney's P. 0., Caroline county, Va 1 ll—2awtlOl C f *®HHRN KKMALK INSTITUTK, Sknbu ok I'*iitht ano Franklin Strkkth, mi Itielimoiid, Va. 1 . n, 1 ° NIKTKENTU ANNUAL SESSION of it!m v iV*! v^' on w '" eomuionce on tho FIRST MONDAi x October next, and close on tho Ist day of July, I hoso remov...

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

Tin- Comnrcre Bulletin II lll.lit. " ' |{ III'UN >V <'«>., E1)IT Olt S 4y, fl) pKOi*lllK TOIt S. Office cori rl ,f- i;,, y /nll j franklin .S7*. FBI OtJ MORNING, KEPtIiMBEK 29. WKNTS AND UKIII'I I.lH>«'• ftents in li.chmond are rapidly reaching ■"•Confederate prices." In view ol the business doing they are enormous. It is scarcely sensible to preach I" a monopolist, but we liave no hesitation in saying to those whose property has been spared by the lire, and by Executive clemency, that the oppression which they may impose upon their suffering fellow citizens is injurious to their own into rests. Wo have seen one store closing on account of an advance of rent. We have beard of one instance in which the establishment ol a large factory was postponed because the rent of two floors of a warehouse here was thirty percent, above the rout of a whole building of the same dimensions in Philadelphia. The effects of high rents upon the industrial cla...

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