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

Vlic Commercial Bulletin MOEWIWO, OCTOBKR W. A Son op Lokd Byron a Maii, HoitiiK.it— The Detective Business. —Tim Chicago lli jiiibliciin gives a long history of "Pinker, ton's National Police Agency," from which wo extract the following: "In connection with the railroad business there occurred many strange episodes. Hurling the early stuges of railroad enterprise in Illinois, great crimes were frequently perpe (rated by obstructing of the track and throwing off the trains. Many were killed by these atrocious nets, although plunder was, no doubt, the object of them. The Michigan Southern suffered most in this way ; lives were lost and .the mails invariably robbed. On oneof these foceasions, after a tedious investigation of tfnouths, Mr. Pinkerton arrested one Augustus RStewart Byron, who, with a nephew of Ad Lniirat Napier, who was then serving in tlje ■nmcan war, was charged with obstruction, jobbery and mailer by the obstruction. The former claimed to be o natural son of l.onl Byr...

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

The Commercial Bulletin THURSDAY MQKIVIKO, OCTOBER 86. *• A Victory, nol a Vrimrniirp." [ From the Baltimore Gazette*.] When the Government of Louis PhilHppe was overthrown, the Provisional Government which succeeded it was at once called upon to determine how it would deal with the fallen Monarch and his Ministers and partisans. — The King was still in France, though making his way fo the coast, and most of his Min isters were known to be secreted in or around Paris, and it was feared l>y many that the King's party, unlesssevere measures were resorted to, might rally in sufficient force to unseat the new rulers. Moreover, some of the members of the Provisional Government were radicals of the extreme Red Republican school, and were disposed to think that the punishment of Princes was always, in some way or other, productive of good to the nation, and to theso men and their party Louis Plnllippo, who had quenched several popular insurrections in blood, was especially obnox...

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

Vol I—NO. 142. DIRECTORY OF RICHMOND CITY TRAVELLERS GUIDE- CKNTRAL RAILROAD. [Sod advertisement or particular..] Two mail trains daily. Departure*. The morni iik train leaves the Richmond depot at 7:15 A. M. (Sundays excepted.) The night train leaver the Richmond depot at 7:15 P. M. Freight office closes at 3 P. M. Arrival*. Morning train arrives daily at 5:15 A. M. livening train arrives daily (Sundays ex cepted) at 5:30 P. M. FRBDERtCKSBURO ROAD. [Bee advertisement for particulars-] Two through trains and one accommodation train daily. Departure*. Morning train leaves at 7 A. M Evening train loaves at 8 P M. (Sundays excepted.) Accommodation to Milford leaves at 3:30 I'. M. (Sundays excepted.) Arrival*. The morning through train arrives daily at 5:30 A. M. (Mondays excepted.) The evening through train arrives daily at 2:30 P. M. Accommodation train from Milford arrives daily at 9 A. M. (Sundays excepted.) PETEHBBUIKI RAILROAD. [See advertisement for particular*.] Three trains dai...

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

The Commercial Bulletin KVrUHDII MORMN<«» «M TOBlilt AdIKTt The follow lux *uttinrlied i<> receive hul»hi riptlons l«» lie* KU IIMOM> ('(> M M t;i{< IA I. BUM.KTIN, in I hell' reHp.Hllte uelirh horhoods : A «l. Dodomia" —Utmintoii, \ i A. 1». Hakiiy Moore'n Ordinary Ponl-OBce. \V H Wkhh— Lunenburg Court-lloiixe. W T. Bi.a« KU'MLt LvjiU Luv«-ii I'ojil-UUuA', tuuuuburx County. A Hoi.mm*—MfFarliiiur*. Lunenburg ( ounty. K. K. I'i.ack Meekleolinrg </>»nlv . K S Hink* —Vrln<*«' Kiiwanl t'oiiriS. U. Fbamki i* I'ainiiliii'H ncj.oi, Ai»i»oinutlux ( J ! .Vo. 7 W Lawso*—Brook N.- il Po«t-Office, Camphell Comity. \V McLran—Appomattox • ounty. Col. Si.ai'UHtku — l orange Court-Hoirw. \V. B Borroii Lynihblkfg, V■ ■ .las. l>, (looiiman -ChralutteKville, Va. John K. Skai.—Clarkenvllle, Mecklenburg county, Va. |>. S llruDiN9, Keysville, Charlotte co., \a. KUIIt'ATION OF Till': PU...

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

The Commercial Bulletin SATURDAY 11IIK KIMi . oi l'OHl ll LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Tin - . Exchange llotkl, —We have had the pleasure of going through every |iortiou of tin? commodious Exchange Hotel, which has recently been refitted under the direction of Messrs. J. L Carrington 4 Co., and we are free; to say that no establishment in the South in better entitled to patronage than this, on account ol its elegance and neatness, and the complete arrangements made for the neoommodation of guests. THE PARLORS are richly yet not gaudily furnished. The ladies' parlor on the office floor is ornamented with large mirrors on either side, the floor laid with an elegant Brussels carpet, while the chairs, sofas and tde-a-hteg, are of the luxuriously reclining style, covered with green figured damask. The gentlemen's and reception parlor, on the same floor and adjoining that of the ladies, is also lieautifuliy furnished. The private parlors are fitted up in exquisite style, with the finest of furnitu...

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

The Commercial Bulletin HATUHUA\ MOHNINO, rOBKIt IIA BY IN KIMi. A roeo-rurtttined cradle, where, neiitl.'d within Ho ft cambric and flannel, He pounds H«;yenteen, la the throne of a tyrant—that pM'jC little tiling Is aii autocr.ii ungual, for Baby ih King. Good, solemn rrandfather, dales hardly to Or walk, hw»t the sleeper should hear liia loot creaic, Giandma Ua martyr, in hablis and cap. Which the mouarch unsettles as well as her nap. I'apa, w !»o and mighty, J«|»1 home from the Uonae, Grows meek on the threshold find moves like a mouse, To Htare at the bundle ! then outward he «o.*s, Like an eiephttit trying to walk on his toes. The queen of the ball-room thrown loyally down Before bitn the ruses she wore in her crown, And stllge little love sougs of Who she loves bent To the sweet hal»y blossom she rocks on her breast. Good aunties nod cousins before hi in bow low Though he rumples the ringlets, twists collars and b°w ; Ho bidn the nurse walk with bin majesty's self, And cries ...

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

Vol I—NO. 143. DIRECTORY OF RICHMOND CITY TRAVELLERS GUIDE. CENTRAL RAIMIOAD. [Sue ndvortiHoment or particulars.] Two mail trains daily. Departures. The morning train leaves the Richmond depot at 7:1.1 A. M. (Sundays excepted.) The night train leaves the Richmond dejiot at 7:1.1 P. M. Freight office closes at 3 P. M Arrival*. Morning train arrives daily at 5:15 A. M. Evening train arrives daily (Sundays excepted) at 8:30 P. M. FREDERICKSBURG ROAD. [Sec advertisement for particulars.] Two through trains and one accommodation train daily. Depart ii rex. Morning train leaves at 7 A. M Evening train leaves at 8 P. M. (Sundays excepted.) Accommodation to Milford leaves at ii lif) P. M. (Sundays excepted.) A rrivals. . The morning through train arrives daily at 5:30 A. M. (Mondays excepted.) The evening through train arrives daily at 2:30 P. M. Accommodation train from Milford arrives daily at 9 A. M. (Sundays excepted.) PKTF.RSBrRO RAILROAD. [See advertisement for particulars.] Three tra...

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

The Commercial Bulletin MON DAI MORNIHBi OCTOBER :>"■ AiICNT) -Tho foll.iwll.iJ II 1111.'.1 l«irlnr.; tvnUi..r ijt.'.t to r.'.-.-iv.' «iil.«rri|>lU.iiH to 11..' Kll-IIMOM CtIMMBKCIAI. BULLETIN, In "n'lr r.—|»frl. »•• neighborhoods : A .1 Doi>"M*A«» —SJt:*unf«»ii, V;\ A l». Hahhy—Moon- " Ordinary P«.«t office. W. II Wkb»—Lni">»hurK t'ourt-H"»"«'• W. T. Hi.AriovKi.i- — Lech I.even I osl-Offlce, lanu'iiburg Couuiy. . . A Koi.i '■><> Mi-Ftirland n. Lunenburg County. K V 1 i'a«*k —Mecklenburg County. R. >. lliNKd—Prinoo tidwurd Court-lloiimv s. U. Khankiin I'Hiiiplln'rt l>epot, Appomattox County. J mo. W. Lawhom —Brook Neal Poal-Otllee, Campbell County W. M« I.kan Appomattox County. Coi. Si.ai oiitfh -Oraiifje Court-lloune. \V l> Button Lynchburg, Vn. .lah. i>, tlooi»*AN -Cliralotl«Hville, Va. John II Skai. -Clarkosville, Mecklenburg conn ty, Vi». l». S. llroniN*. Keyf...

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

The Commercial Bulletin MONDAY MORNING, <>( TO II Kit 110. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Sentence of Joseph 0. Connor.-The trial of this criminal, which was commenced on the 21) th ot September, was concluded on the 20th instant, and on Saturday Captain Hovsradt delivered his sentence condemning Connor to a confinement of seven years at hard labor in the State Penitentiary, finding him guilty on all the counts of theindlctmftiit which comprised the following charges : Obtaining under false pretences from Henry Smith, $10; from Thomas Bradford, $10; from K. 11. Hicks, $23 50; knowingly pas.; ing upon E. A. Hicks a fraudulent check for $:150; and upon Harvey E. Jones another worthless check for $150; and ot' extorting from Joseph Mowbray the sum ot $5O ; making a total of SH22 50. The prisoner manifested but little emotion on hearing his sentence, for which lie was probably partially prepared, and departed in charge of the guard, calm and unmoved. Connor is a gentleman in ...

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

The Commercial Bulletin MONDAY MORN INK. OCTOBER :tO. The public schools in Savannah are rei-open iug. Avonia Jones has a London engagement. The oUI farmers ure predicting a severe winter. Bamum hopes to have his new Museum finished by next Christmas. Uen. Franklin's salary as manager ot the Colt's Arms Co. will he $s;000 \>er annum. The Charleston papers call for the erection of a paper mill. A bundle of old ballads sold in London recently for #85,000. The Norfolk oyster trade is brisk —a thousand barrels are shipped daily. The scandalous story about (Jotlschalk. the pianist, is said to be a calumnious fabrication. Women think, like historians, that no age is so barbarous a« the middle ages. There is a hotel at Chattanooga where a dollar is charged for the use ot a towel. The queen-dowager of Naples—like Mrs. Harney Williams —has had her jewels stolen. The life of Anacharsis Cloot7. is being published in Paris. Stigelli is engaged at the San Carlo, Naples, for this winte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 31 October 1865

Vol I—NO. 144. DIRECTORY OF RICHMOND CITY TRAVELLERS GUIDE CENTRAL ItAILROAD. [See advertisement or particulars.] Two mail trains daily. Departure*. The morning train leaves the Richmond depot at 7 A. M. (Sundays excepted.) The night train leaven the Richmond depot nt 7:15 I'. M. Freight otfice closes at 3 I*. M. A rrivah. Morning train arrives daily at 5:15 A. M. Evening train arrives daily (Sundays ex cepted) at 5:30 1' M. FREDERICKSBURG ROAD. [Sue advertisement for particulars.] Two through trains and one accommoda tion trnin daily. Departure*. Morning train leaves at 7 A. M. Evening train leaves at 7 J P M. (Sundays excepted.) Accommodation to Milford leaves at 3:30 P. M. (Sundays excepted.) Arrivals. The morning through train arrives daily nt 5:30 A. M. (Mondays excepted.) The evening through train nrrlves daily at 2:30 P. M. Accommodation train from Milford arrives daily at i) A. M. (Sundays excepted.) PETERSBURG RAILROAD. (See advertisement for particular*.] Three trains dail...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 31 October 1865

The Commercial Bulletin TUESDAY MORNINU. «N I4MII K 31. Aobiith The fullowitiK naiuod i»urtlon art» author ii.'.l to twelve hubscripiion.H to tho IIH'IIMON l» COMMERCIAL BULLETIN, in their re»|»ecllve tielghborhoodn : A. .1 Ika'*—Sbuinton, Vi* A. I> Hahuv —Mooro'n Ordinary Post-Olflco. W. II Wr.un—Lunenburg Court-llous.v W. T. Hi.a kwbll—Lech Levenl'ont-OBce, Lunenburg County. A Bollimo—McKarland'H, Lunt-iiburg County. R. F. Claow—Mi'cklenburg County. K. S. 111 nKi< —Princo Edw;inl Court-llouto. S. K. Fhanklim—l'aiuj'liu'rt Depot, Appomattox C!ou nty. Jjto. W. Lawmon—Brook Neal Post-Ofllce, Campbell County. W. McLban - Appomattox County. Col. Si %tgiitkk— l Orange Coiirt-MoUHe. W. B. Button —Lynchburg, Va. Jam P, Ooouman—Chralotto*ville, Va. John K Skai. —ClarkeKviilt*, Mecklenburg conn tv, Va. "l>. s. Uuodinb, KeyMville, Cliarlotte co., Va MUKUKH AT SKA Not long ago, on the occasion ot a railroad j slaughter in New York, a commendable spirit of indi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 31 October 1865

Tilts Commercial Bulletin TUBS I>AV MOKKINU, OCTOHKft HI. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Tiie National Express Company Mkktinu of the StockHot.iiEns. —The called meeting of the Stockholders of this company convened last night in the Hustings court room. City Hall, and attracted a large concourse of spectators who participated in the common interest manifested in this or ganination, among whom wo noticed <1 enerals Buggies, Imbodcn, Maury, Cook, Echols, liansom, and Lyndsay Walker, late of the Confederate army, together with a host of Colonels, Majors and minor otiicers. At 7:30 the meeting was called to order, Mr. ('lias. Palmer being elected Chairman and Mr. Benjamin Hart, of New York, Secretary. (Jell. Imbodcn stated that stock to the amount of $3,000, OIK) was represented, some in large, others in small sums, and for the purpose of obtaining an accurately scaled vote, offered the following resolution, request-, ing that he might not be appointed chairman of the committ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 31 October 1865

The Commercial Bulletin TIIESV4 V >1 (IRJiIX H. (Hl'tHtlH 31, (From tin' Aiiffuata l.'onMHuttnnaltiit, Oot ».] The Eci.ipbe at ArorsTA, Groiuiia.— Yesterday. precisely nt the time specified by astronomers, an annular eclipse of (lie sun took place, tli j effect of which was beyond all anticipation, strange anil awe-inspiring.— About 10o'clock, when the phenomenon may he said to have fully developed itselt, the moon, a perfect circle, appeared in hold re lief, upon the body of the sun, which was sii far eclipsed that only a flaming ring could he seen radiating the intensest light along its whole circumference —a light the more da/ zliug from contrast with the dark mass in front At this period several stars could lie observed near the zenith, flickering with the faint splendor of earliest twilight. A very [leculiar atmospheric change immediately en sued. The thermometer must have fallen teu degrees at least, while a dull, yellowish light, unnatural and ghastly, enveloped th...

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

VOL I—NO. 146. DIRECTORY OF RICHMOND CITY TRAVELLERSGUIDE CENTRAL IIAII.nOAD. [See Advertisement for particulars.] Two mail trains daily. Departure*. Tlie morning train leaves tlie Richmond depot at 7:15 A M. (Sundays excepted.) The night train leaves the Richmond depot at 7.15 P. M. Freight office closes at 3 P. M. Arrival*. Morning train arrives daily at G A. M. Evening train arrives daily (Sundays excepted) at 5 P. M. FUGOEKICKSBIIRG ROAD. [Soo ailvertisomont for particular*.] Two through trains and one accommodation train daily. Departures. Morning train leaves at 7 A. M. Evening train leaves at 8 P. M. (Sundays excepted.) Accommodation to Milford leaves at 51:30 P. M. <Snij(l»VH excepted.) Arrivals. The morning through train arrives daily at fi A. M. (Mondays excepted.) The evening through train arrirea daily at 2:30 P. M. Accommodation train from Milford arrives daily at 9 A. M. (Sundays excepted.) ' PETERSBURG RAn.ROAI). [See advertisement for particular*.J Two tra...

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

The Commercial Bulletin tiiiksday huh m mu. muvembek j. Auksts.—The following ntim.nl pariio« aro mtiliorized to receive subscriptions to ihu SM'HMOSIi COMMERCIAL BULLETIN, In their respective neighborhoods : A. .1- I'on >mkan —9t»iinlon, Vt A. D. llaki'V—Moore's Ordinary Post-Olllc®. W. 11. Wkhh i.iinenhnru Coiirt-llouse. W. T Bi.v ifWKt.L—Lech Leven Posl-Offlce, Lnnen- ( burg CvunifA. Hou.isa—McParlnnd's, Lunenburg County. 1 K F. Clack—Mecklenburg County. K. 8. Hinks—Prince Edward Conrt-llouse. S. R. Fua.ikii.v—l'araplln's Depot, Appomattox ! Cuunty. J so. W. Lamtsoji—Brook Xeal Post-Oflice, Camp- j bell County. W. McLean—Appomattox County. Cel.. Slai ohtkk —Orange Court-House. I W. 11. Bottom—Lynchburg, Va. Jas t>, Qooiimas—Chral ottos vi lie, Va. John It. Skai. I'larkesvllle, Mecklenburg county. Va. 0. S. Uhodikb, Keysville, Charlotte co., Va. THE NKXT t'ONGHESS The question of the admission to seats in the ensuing Congress of such representatives 1 us may ...

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

The Commercial Bulletin Thursday morning, November 2. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Provost Judge's Court.—The following cases were investigated by Captain Hoysradt on yesterday: Fined.—A citizen, convicted of selling liquor to soldiers, was fined $25. Overtooked.—Eliza McCarthy, found guilty of the same offence, was forgiven for this time only. Discharged. —S. H. Graham, a discharged soldier, charged with drunkenness, was discharged for want of evidence. Drunk. —Ro. Ashby, charged with drunkenness, was released. Stealing Government Iron. —John Collins pleaded guilty to the above charge, and was sentenced to thirty days' confinement in the Castle. Drunk and Disorderly.—Four soldiers of the 4th Massachusetts Cavalry, guilty of this offence, were sent to their commanding officer for punishment. Selling Liquor to Soldiers.- N. C. Cullen was fined $25 for this offence. Benjamin Smith and Washington Jones, colored barkeepers, wore mulcted in the same amount for a similar offence, and Sarah Cullen,...

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

The Commercial Bulletin \ ravliiui MOKIf I NO, NOVWfBR » Gen. Green on thk Stump.—According to the reporter ct the Columhus (Miss.) indej^' that erudite but eccentri<" genius, t'en. O. M. Green, than spoke n' a recent political meeting at Moore's IWutt': Qen'lemen <nd Filler Citizens— I'm a caiulit —candit lor Curinev—caudit for cuvun-r of your county. I was brought out by my neighbors. Some of em hollered at me over the fence tother day as 1 was feedin' my chickens —Beys they, Greeti—Qineral, says they, thar's a good many fellers cumin out for ollice, now why don't you run for sumpthin ? The darkies, says they, is all free now, you'd better run for Curinev—plenty cases of starvation, freezin and suiside. From that I begin to scratch tny head on it, bi>, I says to myself, says I, " Oreen, old boy, you'vo had a long, rough road of it through life, quit plowin and mawlin rails now and commence doin a little brain work, git a fat otHce and live hereafte...

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

Vol I—No. 147. DIRECTORY OF RICHMOND CITY TRAVELLER S GUIDE OKMTRAI. HA tl.R<> A I). [See ml verl ißern ptit f«r purtlculurn] Two mnil tniin» daily. Departures. The morning train leaven (lie Richmond dopot at 7:15 A. M. (Sundays excopted.) Tlie night train leaves the Uielimond depot nt 7:15 I'. M. Freight oflice clones at 3 I*. M. A mvaln. Morning train arrives daily nt 6 A. M. Evening train arrives daily (Sundays ex j 'pted) at 5 P. M. FREDKIttCKSnUIta It" A I). [See advertisement for particulars. ] Two through trains and one accommodation train daily. Departure*. Morning (rain leaves at 7 A. M. Evening train leaves at 8 I'. M. (Sundays excepted.) Accommodation to Milford leaves at K3O P. M. (Sundays excepted.) Ai*rirfih. . The morning through train arrives daily at 5 A. M. (Mondays excepted.) The evening through train arrives daily at 2:30 P. M. Accommodation train from Milford arrives daily at 9 A. M. (Sundays excepted.) ' t'KTICHSnuna UAII.IiOAI). [See adve...

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

The Commercial Bulled »• It ID A Y MOHKIXU. NOVEMBEK '' Artisra.—The foll.'WlriK n»med |>artlio 110.l lu rocelvi* sul.airiiill'.as lii Hi" KU lIMO* 1 COMMERCIAL BULLETIN, in Uieir los|wcll\« npljshl»orlioot)H • r A ,1. Doiiumka" — Btaunt.>", Va A l> lltxn -Moore'" Ordinary PoM oflce. W II Wkbu—l.niniiil'ttrn Cmirl IIon«». WT. Ui.ackwm Lech Levon Poßt-Omee, Lunenburg Couuty. . , A. Bollinu —Mc Fur lu mi's Lunenburg County. K K i'laok—Mecklenburg Cuunty. 11 S. Hinb*—Prince Kdwßrd <'ouri-Hou«e S. K Fkajki.ix—Pauiplln'» Depot, Appomattox County. Jko. W. Lawmom—Brook Ne»l Po«t-«Mtice, 1 ampbell County \V . M. I.kan—Appomattox County. Coi. si.auuhtkh —<>rauM« C»>urt-Hou«e. W It Burrow—Lynchburg, Va. Jam D, Goodman - Chralotteaville, Va. Jonw K Skai -Ctarkeavillo, Mecklenburg couw- • l> S UuuDiwa, Koysville, Charlotte «jo., \a. KECLAI>IIM> Bit AMI ED A great deal of inconvenience i...

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