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

ET to conro^^^^^^^H of Miocker Hill mid the doings thereabout and all ntion has since been called to ilollrwoSW The grounds of this burial place are kepr in belter order than the other, nor are briers and weeds allowed to overrun the graves and clioke the shrubbery to so great all extent, but si ill there are complaints of unwarrantable intrusion by man and beast. A gentleman going out to visit the grave of a relative, found a number of lings in the cemetery, rooting up the gijiss and desecrating graves entirely unmolested by liny one. On another occasion, lie came upon several hunters, accompanied by a pack of baying hounds, engaged in 1111 earthing some wiiii animal Who had taken refuge from the chase within the hallowed precincts of the cemetery. These things were not formerly allowed, nor were parties permitted to pluck Dowers from the enclosures. Now, it is very common to see boquets from Hollywood, aiid to meet gay damsels and fancy young men coming away from thence, the forme...

Publication Title: Commercial Bulletin, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 29 September 1865

The Commercial Bn Il^tin iiti »»* WUHWIWO. hkitkmb m *»• GENERAL NEWS. Workmen are busily engaged in preparing the Capitol for tlio approaching segnum *•' ! Congress. j Foreign news announces tl'e death ol Christoplie 1 ,eou Louis JncliaiiK <le I.anion Hero, tlie well known Kroncl' "onoral J nines H. Ilul»anl. !'>q..an old aml much cltizcn of Norfolk, > a., died in that city on Suiunlay hist. A man nanml V u !I IVlnvnil* committed Huicidc i" New York on Monday by taking ]N)ison. J. U. JoncH, who is Raitl t«> liavo been a private Secretary ot Banjamin, C. S. S«iTetary of War, has lieen committed to the Old Capitol. In blasting aledgeat the Pwrlmiiouth Navy Yard on Friday, a vein of granite wan exposed to view, which show a layer ot pure copper ore, one-half inch in thickness. Mrs. Betty Wieland, of New York, on Sat urday, attempted to take her own life by plunging a butcher's knife into her abdomen. Domestic difficulty is said to have been ...

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

Vol I—NO. 126. sCIIO 01. s AND COLI. EG E S 0 CIIOOL FOR YOUNG LAD IKS. MUS. Dll. CIIAH. BEIiL GIBSON will open, ou tlio first MONDAY in October next, a SCHOOL FOR VOUNG LADIES, And will uso every effort »o make it, in all refpocts, satisfactory to its supporter-*. Tho be. t instructors in tho LANOUAfJES, M T ;SIC AND DRAWING Will be engaged. Particular attention will be given to FRENCH, which will bo spoken by all of the pupils, except those in the English room, and spccial care will bo bostovrod upon 1 nicllili Composition, O«?oarni»hy & HpclHiifc MITSIC LKSSONS will bo piven during school hour*, so as not to conlino the young ladies in the afternoons. T R |{ ,11 St In i' tin rtnc y . ] Knglisb 00 English (primary branches) 40 00 French, Latin, etc 20 00 Drawing 20 00 Music —At Professor's charges. Mri.Gihpnn will be glu«l to receive early iippli cation:', u-- the number of pupils will lie limited. Address, MRS. DR. GIBSON, Franklin street, ?d door above 7th, South nid...

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

Tlic Commercial Bulletin SATI'HDAV MOHNINO, SF.I'TIOUIKH .10. IIAII.KV, WKDIIRItIUHIN »V EDITORS AND V K 0 1* K I RTO RP. Office corner of Governor nn<i /VhhA'/iji Sti. Aiirxts.—'Tho following nnmeJ parties aro author, tiled to receivo Mibaerli'tinni to tho RICIIMONII COMMERCIAL BtTI-LKTIN, in tholr respective neighborhood* A D. Hard*—Moore's Ordinary Post-Offlce. W. !!. W«bb—Lunenburg Court-House. W. T. Blackweli. —Lech Leven Post-OHlce, Lunenburg County. A. Bolliho —Mr Furl a mi's, Lunenburg County. R F. Clack—-Mecklenburg County. R. S. Hine*—Prince Edward Court-flouso. 8. R. Franki.ix—Paiuplin's Depot, Appomattox County. Jso. W. Law&on—Brook Nual Post-OtHce, ('amp bell County. W. McLean - Appomattox County. Col. Blacqbt*r— l Orange Court-llouse. W. H Burro*—Lynchburg, Va. THAIIK ORGANIZATIONS There is a Trade Convention in New York, to which all the districts send delegates. A recent called meeting lias conceived a plan to remedy defective legislation and i...

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

Tlic Commercial Bulletin SATI RDAV SIIIRNIMI, M t'TI'M til: II 30. L t) « A I, INTGLLIUENt'E, Provost Ji'Duk'b Court.—The following cases were examined on yesterday : Unlawful Appropriation of Money.— Mr. George V. St. t'lair owner of several street wagons, has for some time suspected that his hired negro drivers were following the exam pie ol their street car brethren of Philadelphia, but wh® unable to detect any of them until Thursday, when he caught Win. Jones in the act of appropriating his employer's money to his own use. William, on being brought before Colonel McKntee, plead guilty, and was sentenced to sixty days' confinement in tho Castle to impress upon his mind the distinction between ineum and tuvm. Xut I'rocen.—Frank Smith, Tlins. Crosby and Samuel 1). Jeter, boys, charged with being suspicious characters, were released, no complainant ii|i|>enriiig. Suspicions Vagrant.—John Williams, a negro vagrant, *lio has been several times before Major Croft and Lieut. ...

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

The CommermaLßfliietint SATI'HOAT SKJirMni'll :10. general news. . ] Thoprieo of in reduced in Philadelphia Philadelphia will essay u comic paper. Alton, Mo., went Democratic. The grape rot has appeared in Maryland. Chicago confesses tos''7 distinct smellaand three wards yet. to hear from. Greely says the New York Kepublican plat form will startle nobody. , A woman i" Washington is fatally ill from the bite of a spider. A grand Fenian convention is proposed in this country. The grapes on the Rhine are s«id to lie in fine condition. A man in Henesee, N. V.. deserted his wife and eloped with her niece. Secretary Stanton hail nu interview with Mr. Maliory in Fort Lafayette. King Leopold is dying of water upon his chest. A solemn warning.—[Prentice. The Earl of Eunis Killen has married Miss B rod rick. The Southern trade in New York is immense. The only Temperance paper in Maine is dead from want of patronage. Schenck in Ohio in making fierce war uj:on tlie President—but in the Vienna s...

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

Vol I—NO. 128. SCIIO OL S A > I> CO L LEOES. riHD RC J! !l IL h V . I' EMA L K ScHO OL , Corner 23th n»»d Leigh Streets. The Session oi this School is now in successful pr-.tfie A thorough and high tfrade of study is pu r-'uoil under competent and diligent Instructors. Pupil. urc solicited to enter the olasses at oncn, le*i dolay wight bo a source of embarrassment to them. terms: Per fcex-ion of ton months, English in all its BraiK-IjVM 00 Languages each 10 00 51u- tc (with u«e of Instrument) per lesson 75 .1 AM KB LEIGH JON KM, A. M., U. of Va., se 30—1 w* Principal. SJK I. K C T 8 C II O O L FOR YOUNG LADIES. Me* MARTHA T. M AYO (formerly of the Hoiith cm J'Vm il < institute) will open u HOIIOOL lit her residence on Bix'li *tr»*-t, north of Clay, on the first Monday in October. lVniriiig that the school sh.ilt 1;» of irr.ide and entire!)' under her »ui»crvision, she will liuxit tho niimb' i of pnplls and will receive none under ten yearn of age. Sm...

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

The Commercial Bulletin 1111 USDAY MOIIHINU, Ot TOBUU K\ I'Hi. Aoknt**. —The following naiued parties are authorised to receive nubncrlptloni to the KK'llM<»*l> j COMMERCIAL BVLLKTIN, in their respective | neighluirliouilH : A. 1> Hard: —Moore's Ordinary I'etd-Otllre. W II Wrrb—Lunonburg Court-lloum-. W. T. Blai kwbll—Lech Leven I'oHt-Oiltie, Lunenburg County. A Hoi i ixu- Mt Kurlnn'l'H. Lunenburg County. R. V. Clack— Mecklenburg County. K. S. Kinkh—Prince lid ward Court-House. S. K. Fkaxki in—Pamplin * Depot, Appomattox* County Jjco. W. Law«ok —Brook Neal Post-tHike, Campbell County. | W McLean—Appomattox County. Col. Hlai'uhtkr —Orange Court-Home. W. 11. Bitttok—Lynchburg, Va. TO OUII P tTKONH. Tlio military authorities having removed tho restrictions placed upon this paper, we renew the publication ot tho Morning and Evening Itulletin, and re-open tlio Job Office. In renowing our relations with our patrons and tho public, wo have to expres.our gra...

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

The (Joiiimerciiil Bulletin ill! HSJJAY MORMW. OCTOBER lil, lHtt. I, o V \ I. I N I K L >' I <• E W < I' • Provost* Court, Wednesday, October 11 th. —PatriH; Murphy, citizen, drawing n pistol and tlireutt niiiK to shoot Linden Kckert, ('«». l», Twentieth N. Y. S. M„ was released —not guilty. Peter Fonderon, citizen, drunk and disorderly, striking a |>olict man, was released on ac count of having been lm<lly bruised by Hie policeman wbo arrested li»m. Edward Ilopson, eolored, charged with Btoaling a pair of pants and a pair of shoes, valued at jj; 14, was declared guilty of shoplifting and stealing the articles as charged.— Property recovered and prisoner sent to Cast le Thunder tor three months. K. I>. Clieniwood was arraigned to-day upon tlieehargo of forgery. The charge is having unlawfully ami feloneoiifdy uttrred a false check upon the First National Bank at Richmond, Va . for the sum of $60, and having unlawfully...

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

The Commercial Bulletin I IHI IISDAV MOK:\IX(i. (M TOBIIR IS, general news. The Paris Jfoniteur intimates that Homo will soon bo evacuated by the French. The deaths in New York during the past week were -170 —men, 113 ; women, 70 ; boys, 101; girls, 125. The Hon. Martin Ivalblleisch has beennom- j inated for Mayor ot. Brooklyn by the Domocratic City Convention. The young lady with "speaking eyes' has become quite hoarse in consequence ot using them so much. General Morris' system of infantry tactics is to bo tested at Ahlershott this autumn with a view to its adoption by the British army. The Memphis cotton market is excited, und prices have advanced over two cents a pound. The London 'J'inn.i correspondent in America represents the Fenians as mustering three hundred thousand men in America. New Orleans papers announce that the Honorable Pierre Soule is soon expected to arrive in that city and make it liis permanent home. Orders have been issued trom the War Department abolishing th...

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

Vol I—No. 130. s < II OO L S AN I> COLL EGE S . i \ii rRC ii ii i r. i. V FEMALE SCHOOL, Corner 35th and Leigh Streets. The Sosslon of thi* School is now in successful progress. A thorough and high grade of study is pursued under competent and diligent instructors. Pupils are solicited to enter the classes at otice, lest delay might be a source of eiubarraisuient to thorn. terms: Per Session of ten months, English in all its Branches $30 00 I.UIKUUges, orfch 10 o) Music (with use of instrument) per lesson 75 .(AMES LEI Gil JONES, A. M , U. of Vs., oc 11—1 w * Principal ELECT SCHOOL FOR BOYS. i* My SCHOOL will re-open Ocjoher Ist, 1665. Tul tioii, per quarter, in advance, *15.00. I refer to my patrons during the past twei.ve year. 3 , among whom are: Rev. Dr. Minuogerode, Judge Crump, W. 0. Allen, Esq., John Enders, Esq , p. T. Howard, Esq., Dr. Snead. SIDNEY H. OWENS, JR., se 21—ts Franklin street, corner of Jefferson. VIRGINIA FEMALE INSTITUTE, ST AUN TON. VA....

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

The Commercial Bulletin —:* SATI'RBAV MORMKI t> OCTOBER li, IMS. AaiNTs. —The follow! tig named parties are author* tud to rewire »übs (rlpllon* to the KICIIMOttIi COMMERCIAL Hl' J.t.K'l'lN', In their respective »etghborhood» : A. I*. HARIIY — Moora'a Ordinary Post-Offlce. W. H. Webb —Lunenburg Court-Home. W. T. Black rrLi.—Loch Leveu Post-Office, Lunenburg County. A. Boiuxa—MvFarland'e, Lunenburg County R..F. Clack— Mecklenburg County. R. 8. lltM'v—Prince Edward Court-House. S. K. Frakkmn —Painplln'a Depot, Appomattox County. Jso. W. Lawbon —Brook. Neat Post-Office, Campbell County. W McLban—Appomattox County. Col. Slju'ohter—Orange Court-House. W. B. Button—Lynchburg, Va. CONFLICT OK Jl'ttl-IHCTION. We have always regarded tho division of Virginia as the prime misfortune of the war. We have even dared to regard the act by which a separate Stato was created within tho limits ot another State as contrary to the letter and spirit of the Federal Constitution. This opinion w...

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

Tlio Commercial Bulletin SATI RDAV Mill! >1 Mi, OC TOBEU 11, I*o.l. ~ « ( A L INTELLIGENCE. EcHFSK.— On tlto morning of the 19th instant, a remarkable iclipso of the Mill will take placc. Here and in other parts of the United States, tlio eclipse will ho partial, but covering front a half to three-fourths of the gun's surface. Should the day be cloudy, ariiticial light may lie needed. Here the eclipse commences at 8.55 A. M., and ends at 1-! P. M. The celipso will be Annular in (i line commencing at l'uget's Sound, passing southeasterly through Montana, Idaho, Kans:is> Southern Missouri, Western Tenand through Georgia, via Sherman's tiftreh, to Savannah, and thence to Africa On this route tlio sun will presonta ring of light (hence an annular eclipse) around its margin, tlio disc being covered by the body of tii" moon. This ring will ba half a digit will'. and tlici moon will occupy cloven dibits. Tito eclipse is of great interest., and when it is Annular will ...

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

'Hie Commercial Bulletin UTCKBAT MOBNINOi OCT01I« M, 18M. Q E W E R A L NEWS. Kossuth in recruiting his health nt Nice. Ohio ha* the cuttle plague. Beef in Texan in five cents jht pound. Thiers sold his " History of Florence for £••>O,OOO. Only about 1,800 voters have been registered iu Worcester county, Md. A building lot was lately sold nt Chicag< for $1,208 jier foot. A woman iu Jacksonville, 111., died from toothache. Madame Kossuth's funeral was a very im posing atl'air. The Princess of Wales actually washes liet own habv, like any ordinary mother. Sir Joseph Paxton left $000,000. Not bad tor a gardener. A lady was assaulted, drugged and robitecl, while riding in Central Park, New About one-half of the new 550,000,000 loan in subscribed for. Kx-l'rcsident's Polk's nephew is I . S special agent in Texas. Nearly four million letters were sent b the dead letter office last year. As the '•Child of Hie Sim" Adab fcsaci Menkin lias been successful in London. The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 17 October 1865

VOL I—NO. 132. s('IIO oL S AND COL I. EOE S . lOIIT S C H O O L . !»n tho 20th of tho present month, October, tho subscriber will open a NIGHT SCHOOL, at hi* School-room, on 4th atreet, between Clay an«l .Marshall. t I'erms very moderate. O. L. C. SALTER. Rn nMONO, October 9th, 18rt5. oc 14 —td a ' it UEC H 111 Ll* { FB M A LF. 8C II O0 L , Corner '25th and Lriuh Street*. The Session of this School in now in aucceHsful progress. A thorough and high grade of study in pursued under competent and diligent instructors. Pupils hi-.» solicited to enter the classes at once, lost delay might be a source of embarrassment to them. TvH M a : Per Sosslon of ten months, English in all its Branclios $90 00 Languages, each 10 00 Mu?lc (with uso of instrumeut) per lesson 7. r » JAMES IF.IQH JONES, A. M , U. of \'a., odl-lw* Piinripul ,1 ELECT SCHOOL FOR BO YS . n — My SCHOOL will re-open October Ist, 186 A. Tni tlon', per quarter, in advance, $16.00. 1 refer to my patrons during the past twelve yea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 17 October 1865

The Commercial Bulletin TI'ESDAV MOIININti, OCTOBER 11, AaBRTS — Tlie following named parties hi'.' nuthurl*od to receive subscription* to tho lIICHMONO COMMERCIAL BULLETIN, in their nwpeellvo nelghborhoo It. A ,T. Dodomkao—Staunton, Va A D. Hardy—Moore's Ordinary Post-Ofllct'. W. 11. Webb-Lnnenburg Court-House. W. T. Dlackweli—Lech Leven I'ost Olßce, Lunenburg County A Dolliso—McFarlnnd'n, Lunenburg County. R. V. CtAcK— Mecklenburg County. R. 8, Hikes —Prince Edward Court-tlonse. S it, Kbaskmx —Painplln'a Depot, Appomattox County. J.vo. W. Lawsok—Brook Neal Post-Oflice, Campboll County. W. McLean —Appomattox County. Cel.. Slauhiitrr—Orange Court-House. W. B. Bctton—Lynchburg, Vn. OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM. In a recent article, we mado a declaration with regard to classical studies, which seems j to have been misunderstood by some, and as we wish yioro fully to explain tho school system which wo would liko to see introduced in Virginia, we take tho opportunity to elaborate upon the subject ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 17 October 1865

Tlie Cdiniiicrtiial Bulletin Tl KM»AI MOHM Vli, OM'OHIOK IT, ICSOA. 1, O < .» I. mrtlLl (i E N C E . I'roio r .11 nan's Coiiet. —There was n full attendance til this tribunal on yesterday, mid tlio cases investigated possessed morn interest tban those that have occupied the atten'ion of tho Court for some days past : .1 Prailrntia y Affair. — Pete Johnson, a' negro, was arraigned on n charge of stealing frn.n .loshiiu Williams a carpet-bag and misee!!:ineous content*, valued at $14, and a U. S. in my revolver, worth $15. I'etc, contrary i.i common African custom, plead guilty, and was rownrded for his candor by a sent. iiRC of one vein's conlinoment in the Penitentiary. O.ih/ Jnl-ing.— Mr. .1. A. Hiinsoll, charged wil l inding a challcngn to Mr. J. M. Peers, W ;,j relented, the only witness testifying tlmt tli.-s iid challenge wis sent in (port. The court reserved as ils opinion, however, thai ••many a truo word is spoken in jest. Xal. I'rot.—A. M. King, charged with n-sn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 17 October 1865

The Commercial Bulletin TCKSDAV MOKMVi, OCTOBER IT, 1-rCS HILL AKP ADDRESSES ART EMI S WAKH. Home, Oa., Sept. I, 186). Sin ArtkMUS Waho, S/ininiHin —,Sm : The resun I write to you in pertikler, are bekaus you are about the only man 1 know in all "(tod's country," uwW. For sum several weeks I have been wanlin tti say sum thin. For sum several years ive rebs, *>■ called, but now late of said kuntry, deceased, have been tryln inity hard to do smnthin.— We didn't quite du ii. and now it's very painful, 1 assure you, to dry up all of a sudden and make out like we wasn't tliar. My friend, I want to say sunithiu. I suppose there is no law agin thinkin', but think in' doant help me. It donut. let down my thermometer. I must explode myself generally so as feel better. \ou see lin trying to harmonize. I'm trying to soften down my feelius. I'm eudeavorin to subjugate myself to the level ol surmundin circumstances, *<> enlhd. But I can't do it until I'm allowed ...

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

Vol T— NO. 138. st II OO L s A NI) COLLEGES. I fl II T S C 11 O O L . On the 20th of tho present-month, October, the subscriber will open a NIGHT SCHOOL, at bin School-room, on 4th street, between Clay and Ma rshall. Terms very moderate. G. L. ('. SALTER. RicnMOND,* October 9th, 1855. oc 14—Id j ELECT SCHOOL FOR BOYS. | 7 My SCHOOL will re-open October Ist, 1865. Tui lion, per quarter, In advance, $15.00. I refer to my patronn during the past twki.vk yi-aks, among whom are: Rev. Dr. Minnegerode, ,Tn Ige Crump, W. C. Allen, Esq., John Endors, Esq , j' T. Howard, Esq., Dr. Snead. SIDNEY 11. OWENS, Jr., ge 21—ts Franklin street, corner of Jcffernon. VnttGIIfIA PEMALB IWBTITUTI, STAUNTON. VA. The forty-first session will open October 4th. The departments of English, Mathematics, Languages, Music, Drawing ami Painting, Ac., will olfer their accustomed advantages. The full amount received for Board, will as heretofore, be expended for the benefit of the pupils.— Aocess easy by railroad Re...

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

The Coiiiiiii'twiii BiiiWii «01<(*!!*«, OCTOBER W. Acikmt« —'I''" 1 folia* l ** nmii' 'I Me iiiitiu t lnul t" it'ielvt* Hiibncrl|illi>ini I" Hi" COMMERCIAL Bt'I.I.KTIN, in lliolr vespiMStH: neighborhoods : /i j. Dodombao—Staunton, Vu. A. IV Hahdt —Moore's Ordinary l'oHt-Ofllce. W It Webb—Lunenburg Court-Houm*. \V T Bi ac kweh. —Leob Leveu Pont-Olllce, Lunonburg County. A Boli.iku—McFarland**. I.um-n burg County. It. F. (-lack—Mecklonbtnv County. R. S. Hixßtf—Pilnco Edward C'ourt-!lou«e. s. K. Fraxkmx— rnmplln Depot, Appomattox County. Jso. W.'Ufl'nt" Brook Neut roM-OIHco, {lampboll County W >!■ -Liuk—Appomattox Coauty. Coi,. StArmirßR —Orange Court-Hondo. W I' Bi'tTOM—Lynchburg, Va. > \TIVE LABOR tINU UlJllUlt tTIOS. In the early days that followed the close of the war, the bitterness of defeat led many of our people —and especially our young men to look beyond the confines of their State for new and untried homes. Tho general destruction ...

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