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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 11 August 1866

IP U BLICD IJR ECTOR Y ADVERTISEMENTS ARE INSERTED IN this t'niunin at 7n cents a line per nimilb. Attorneys at Law. i 5 I (LAPP, VANCK A ANDKrttSON, ATl'OK J neys-at-Law, Bel Jon Building, 16 Madison street. Memphis. Tonn. my I-Sin BAKBuUR LKW1 ATTOHNhV AT LAW and Solicitor in Chancery, No, 280 Second street. (Btillman's Work.) Memphis. jyl7-lm MOKUAN. Wa.ll.. ATTOHNKV-AT-LAW etc. Desoto Block, M million nt. lyll-am PKTERS WILLUM&ON, ATTORNBTS-at-law and Oeneral Claim Agents, :i Mad ison street. Desoto Block, Memphis. aulO-lm THOMPSON & FRAZKR.. ATTORNEYS 1 at-Law, It) Madison street, autt-lm Banking. t lAYOhO SAVINGS INSTITUTION, NO. VT 19 Madisnn street, deals in Exchange, Gold, Silver and Uncurrent Monty. K, H. Avary, Cashier. John 0. Lanier, Pres't. , , Jyl-itm Boarding Houses. 11 UAHDIN. 7 0t PER WEKK. AT COR. Monroe a Keeona at. 1. nanaaan. miu Boots and Shoes. OOTS AND SHOES' MADE TO ORDER by r. llonniger. VV, Madison su jeza-jin Coal, r' RIGOS A PETERSON. COAL DEALE...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 11 August 1866

,. if, -, . , MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE RAILRQAIJ. 03 MILKS SHORTER Than any Other Route r GRENADA, JACKSON. VICKBBtJBa and New Orleans. Trains leava daily at :30 p.m. Tim to New Orleans, a hour. IlassB C'heclied Through, Through tickets for sale at Mississippi and 'ranwM Uepnt, ft.ot Main street, and at No,4 t f .,..,( nnilrrt'nmmsrfifi Hotel .u-- X.1VERMUKE, Oen'l Supt. C. P.OAKLM. . flcn'l Ticket Aecnt. marW-lv I'UBLIC LEDGER. OlUte. J'"- 13 MaJleuu H trout LARGEST CITl CIRCULATION. MKMl'HIHi Satin day Evening, August 11. 1066 THE NEW 8 T STEM OF SLAVERY -... The rrport of Stkadman and Fotaib- TOK is publinlH'd at Washington. It will makft a profound sensation in political , "circlei", r it chnrgpi, by implication, that the Freedmen's Bureau is but an Other system of negro slavery. The re port is lengthy, and wo regret that our space will admit of but un extract or two. After stating tliut after the cessa tion of hostilities, the Bureau did good, they say : Rpfrtre the close of 1...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 11 August 1866

CANDIDATES. ROBERT OOODIS A CANDIDATK 011 Wharfw aster lit the ensuing election. loirMAYOTW- 0 LOFLAND IS A 1: candida-e for Mayorattheentuing election. AntFifsf U ISMI QTU WARD ALDERMAN.-THK UNDER O signed beln most earnestly solicited res pectfully announces himself candidate lor Alderman of the h Ward t th rmmn, LDERYIAN TH WARD.-AT THBoU iV. liciUtionoftnany voters, the undersigned hereby announces hioiself aeandideta lor AN . derman of the 8lh Ward, and most respectfully asks the support of the voters of raid ward at tbeen-uin. election, '..urvna aut-ie rnAiiii uitii- 'l0 1I1K ClTlZENSfF MEMP,il8.-GEN-1 tlemrn: The time fixed by tne ehsrter for the election of Mayor having passed without an election, I now sunounee to you that I am still a candidate for the Mayoralty when theeleetion. doe, com, off. 1 re.t tfu.. yr .ejlow- SP E CIA t CARD8. GAYOSO RATINGS INSTITUTION. Memphis, TenaeBsee. JMAKIXU HOUSE, No. 19 Madiaon Street. TniS INSTITUTION. ORGANIZED IN IS, has neen in eonlin...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 11 August 1866

- --- PUBLIC LEDGER. tMc. No.' : MtvdUon Street fiAUuKST ' CITY CIRCULATION POETRY Mnipni!. TC! Editors Pcbi.ic Ledger i Knowing your desire to receive oris'innl contribu tion, of u rfinMe find " sectional" char acter, I send the inclosed, Imping to neo it in yonr valuable columns. It is my first attempt. By pvtWisliing it you will undoubtedly be tlieennseafjlrawing me out find ciyin? to America another bright "Hpot." Icon assure you it is strictly originnl. Some years ngo some thing "appeared similar to this and was considered" quite popular, being sung in hotels nnd concert rooms but thia is quite different, being a different style of rhyme, peculiar to myself and natives -of the West Indies, and France. Next wrek I will throw myself on a poem en titled, "The Needle Gun, or the Lament of the Austrians; or Sundown at Sa dowa," which will be good. f Yours, truly, John Salamander. t LORD BATEMAK. In InJia lived a noble lord II is riches was beyond compare Ho waa the darling of hu par...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 13 August 1866

"': 1 "I " "' '"Y'--'77' Ilrrt ' v""' " '.'.'.."' ' I COMMISSION. ' PUBLIC DIRECTORY. . ' ' -Si : -A JS-Az:... ' -wr-,- -w -n v ir tt-x : B. H. BLACK, JAMES WHITE. Memphis. Tenn. Late Maysvllle. Ky. . 0. G. CAMRON, Late Maysville, Ky. L ueys-at-l.uw. heldeu Building, lo ila.lison - -i f ,T.Tr: ' ,(i ' , ; . .irmt. M.u.ii.i.ik. Tenn. my I -'" ' ' ' ' : I ARHOUR LEWIS, ATTORNE Al LAM li and ISolinitor In Cnaucery, No. 2X0 hooond street. uStilliuun lil'K-k.) M empln. jyli-iio OttOA S. Wu. 11 .ATTORN K V - AT-LA W etc. lcoto lllnjj Madison t. jyll-.Sm TjiaEHS WtLLUMsOXi ATlOKNa-YS-1 at-lnw nnd General Clim Agents, M Mud- is, in street, Desoto Hlock. Memphis. aul-lm ipilOMPoON' A ERAZElt, ATTORN EYs ' I at-Lawl'J MadiBi.u Biut ?I'2".VI, ' ' ' Banking. , ;'.'',.' TTaYusO SAVINS iNSTiiimoN. NO. Vjt U Mwii:ioa strut, dcuhi in Exrhnniro, Gold, r ilver nnd linourr.nt Moii'T. fc. M.. Avery, t2 Jliier. Jhu 0.Lh ii ier. Pet J.biHL ' Boarding JIouscs. ; ,(ARDING. 7 ihi PER WEEK. AT COR; 15 Monro ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 13 August 1866

MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE BAILRO AD . 53 MltES SHORTER Than any Other ltoutc mo GRENADA. JACKSON. VICKSBURO I ud i.w Orleans. Trams leave daily at HO p.m. Time to New Orleans. hongs. UtKKMt3 Checked Throueh. i .t -i . mla t Mtfisisslnni And Tenneseie Depot, foot rtreet .nd t No, 6 - ' 8ASVt Agent. -naUMr PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. 13 Madiwon Ml l en t LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION. . MKMPHIHi Monday Evening, Angaat 13'. 1866 MISSOURI AND TENNESSEE. The state of affairs in Missouri is not very pleanait to contemplate, even from a distance. A Conservative speaker has been forbidden to speak in one county nn naiti of death. Excitement has reached a point from which the civil authority cannot remove it, and force is threatened, and often resorted to, to carry out the views of the Radicals. In the. case referred to, the speaker received a note threatening serious consequence - if he attempted to fill a certain appoint ment. He attended, nevertheless, and met a crowd of armed Radicals. They we...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 13 August 1866

CANDIDATES. R OBERT GOOD IS A CANDIDATE FOR w nanmw.mr "- - IOR MAYOR.-". O. LUKMKU l A 4 candidate for Mayor at the ensuing election. August". infi6. ' "" - jjTU WARD ALDKRM AN. TUB U NDER O riRnrd bein. most earnestly solicited res pectfully announces himself a candidate for Ald.rD.in of the 8th Ward at the , eorn.pl 1 .loo- Hon. lau-iei " ' LDEHMAW TU WAR-.-Al1 TH B K0 A lioitatinn of many voters, the undersigned Hereby announces himself a candidate iori dcrwan of ihe 8th Ward, and most respectfully asks the support of the To en of raid ward at th.uln. 'ctio.rBAyK CUMMiyo3, rno TH'K CITIZENS I'FMEMPiUS.-OEN-1 tlcmsn: The time fixed ly tn charter for the election of Mayor having passed without an election, I now announce to you that I am (till a candidal lor 111 aiayorniu :-""-rfn.. . off. I am. respectful y. your fellow- citizen. . - - ... 11 L U ROITSON. SPECIALCARDJ. GAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION. Memphis. Tennessee. RANKING IIOUNK. No. 19 Madison Stieet. THIS INSTITUTION. ORGANIZ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 13 August 1866

:UBLIGJEDGER. Ortlc. No. 13 M.adiou Btreel LARGEST CITV CIRCULATION BY TElGKAPH: MIDM inilT DISPATCHES , rroni Philadelphia. 1 r,tti.riRt.r-im. AttRHSt 12,-Tln pwi wipwani f,.rt!i National Cniiveiiliiin will bifrliiplrIPl hv Tnondnr. If is llie larpest Rtiurture evpr limit fnrn polilirnl jsntln-rinp. A lirpe miml.prff .Morales have arrived : Rr-verdjr J'llinfon, Mont-com-iy Blair, Stockton, of New Jorjpy. Fernando Wood, Mr. Cowan, of PennRjl vanin, and many other diHtingnishrd per sons have arrived. The Executive Com mittee have, rooms nt the Continental Hotel. Tliere was quite it stir to day over h re port in the N" York Herald that Gov. Curt in, of Tcnnpylvauin, had secretly called for 2000 militia during the term of the Convention, and that trouble will prohahly ensue. This ia believed to be a canard. There is no reason to believe that the Convention will be disturbed, notwithstanding mischievous articles from the Radical press. fienpral Vix, or Georpn Ashman, of Massachusetts, w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 14 August 1866

' , p. r ,- 7-7T"''rT"7 ""'--- .. - - j'Tgo; B. M. BLACK, i , JAME8WniT. Memphis, Tenn. Late Maysvllle, 7. U. li. UAJ.KU-4, -.aieaiaysvuio, 7. " . I II ' II I (I1 II -II ".I ' II M I -fv.A.Cn.. cVjA--zrw-- .. IS- , J , It A II W X M , . II J .11. UV 13 ney-at-Law, Selden Building, 15 Million street. Memphis, lean. myl--3ui BAKBUUK LEWIS. ATTORN a Y AT LAW and Solicitor in Chancery, No. 280 Second street, (jjtillman's Block.) Memphis. jyl7-lm MORGAN, W.H.tATTORNil-AT-LAW etc. Deotu Blook. Madison t. lyll-Sin 1 KTKKS WILLIAMSON, ATTORNEYS I at-lw and Oeneral Claim Agents, Mad iion street. Desoto Block. Memphis, anlu-lin iPHOMPi-ON 4: FRAZEK, ATTORN KY8 1 at-Law. Ill Madison atreet.', auiMin Banking. n AYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION. NO. J 19 Madison street, deals in Exchange. Gold, Silver and Uneurrent Money, K. M, Awy, Cashier. John C. Lanier. Pres't. ' jyl-"n Boarding , Houses. ' . , ; ' '.: ! ! MOARDINH. 17 W) PER WKliK. AT COR. 1) Monroe Second an. TKIanajiaii. mltf.iin Boots and Shoes...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 14 August 1866

MISSISSIPPI AN TENNESSEE L4 I 1 r..J 52 MIE.ES bmuiuji Than any Other Route TO GRENADA. JACKSON. VICKSBURO 1 and New Orleans. 'Irain. leav. daily at pjn. , Tim to if ew prlemi. 28 hours. OaUStaee Checked ThMugh, . . i ..! .4 Mtaaiaalnnl anil ThrougQ ticseie "r j s Tennossea Depot, foot Mam street, and at I o. 6 Jettcrsonstreeg fcbuRKr0rn"is-,.t. 0'P:o5&tAn.. really PUBLIC LEDGER. OUico. No. 1 MadlBOii Mtrcct LARGEST CITY fIRCULATION. -'.. iwTic m w i" Tuesday Evening. August 14, 1866 THE PHILADELPHIA CONVENTION, The" Pliiludelpliia Convention will be a great success or u great fuilure. There is onls pne4 question that will be likely to produce trouble, and that is hi refer ence to the admission of certuin politi cians. The New York Uerald is ont in favor of an indiscriminate admission of all who are opposed to the Radical party. It. says: , There appears to ba ai un necessary nervousness about the admission of dele gates to the Philadelphia Convention. Who shall be admitted and ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 14 August 1866

CANDIDATES. 7TT DATE FOR MUIic.ni uuuu AlJt i ,. F ARn.lid.Li for UyoXftttbeuliDg tlectioa. blH WARD ALDKRWAN.-THK UNDER O signed bain, roost earnestly solicited res pectfully announces bimeelf a andidMe fy Alderman of the 8th WM t tb. w.minl I ela tion. Iaa4-te1 MICHAEL WHs-LAsT... A lDERMA oTH WARbi-ATTHKbO-i. lioiUtioB of many voters, the undersigned hereby announces himself S eandldat for 'Al derman of the 8th Ward, and m;t respectfully oaks the support of too vows Of ad, ward at theen-ulng election. . ' MWinii MCMP.II'i .f.K.li. 1 tlemen: The time M. hr tne fhrter 'or 4he eleetton of Mayor having passed without an election, I now announce to you that I am still a candidate for the Mayoralty when theelectinn doe. com, off. I am, rjMggy- . , SPECIAL1 CAjRDS UAY0S0 SAYINGS IWTITCTW. Memphis, Tennessee.. BANKING HOUSE, ' ; . i, : -i No. 19 Madiaou Street. rrUTS INSTITUTION, ORGANIZED IN - A 18, bu teen in eontinuom and .uocesstul operation fur tha past Son fears., it ooctttiues to ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 14 August 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. Ottii. 'No. ' 1 Madinon Btrswt LRGESTC1TI CIRCULATION MIDNIGUT DISPATCHES INTERESTING FOREIGN NEWS Warlike Preparations In France Judge Holt's Infanij Exposed The Philadelphia Convention Martial Law Yet In New Orleans Fqielgn. , , By the Cable to the Associated Press.) 1.JVKRP001, August l. m .-" 'market closed firm; sales to-day of 12.W0 kin: middliue uplands, lo;d. London', August 13. -The .rimatice between Italy and Austria, wuku e.v jiired on Saturday has Wo re newed for four weetf. Tho nfficial Paper C,f lterlin oppos the claim of France tor an extension of her frontifr. lie closing prices to-day for consols for money, S7i; V. K 5-20. IiSiDoia Central sits. 7fij; F.r.e r.i.r road ehares, Lo.no,. Atipurt ll.-XH- , p Wants r.f Prussia the rafilirat.oii of the Fivnnn frouti.-r. ly its etfetitum tu the Rhine, as it was marked prior to it -lis-tnibanee in 1814. The military and naval preparation which are l einc "ried nu FraT,CP iDdurnht-li'f l't the Ei.,rer.'r w.li m...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 15 August 1866

"12 ; .'DIRECTORY. A DVKRTISKMENTSAHK INSERTED IN tin- r.ilinnn nt lr rp.ir- n line rr monrn ATTORNEYS AT LAW. "iLAPP. VANCE A ANDERSON, ATTOR- yj neys-at-Law. eeiueu nuuowg. 10 wnuiwn street, Memphis. 1 enn. an m-nni BARBOUR LEWIS. ATTORNEY AX LAW and Solicitor in Chancery, No. 280 Second street, (Stillman's Block.) Memphis, jy!7-lm M nn.uu 11' .. u .'"', II U L'V iT.MW (to.. Dosoto Mock, Madison t. ; jyll-Sm 1BTERS WILLIAMSON, ATTOKNKVS-at-law and Ueneral Claim Agents, 38 Mad ison street. Ie,soto Hloi?k, Memphis. aulO-liu MpilOMPrON & FKAZER. ATTOKNEY6- ' I nt-lnw UMiiti'uM'w, nn"-nn J q All KINC. i AYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION. NO, I. T lu Mitilijnn tr.,et. dentin Exchmiffe. Gold, Silver and Unciirrcnt, Money. K. M. Avery, rMi-r. John C. LnnVr. I're't. iyl-m. BOARDING. BOARDING, 7 00 PER WEEK. AT COR. Mnrn A Second sis. T. Khiniiann. iiili'iin BOOTS AND SHOES. B OOTSANU KIIOES MAItU TO ORDER bv v. H"nnlvi'r. f' f' -n'on si. jp.-v-.-in. COAL. - RIQOS A PETERSON, COAL DEALERS, otl...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 15 August 1866

MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE sa MIXES NUOUIEK Than any Other llouto rpO GRENADA, JACKSON. VICKSBCB; I and Now Orleans. Trau ! da"r 7:0 "n. Time to New Orleans, a hour. ... -ihirlTcl 1'hroueh. Through lioVeb for sals at Mississippi sad jetton XtEIMS 8u,,. Cl ?' JjoVV&kVt Asort. nar?ii-lv PUBLIC LEDGER. 1 i Otiicc. JMo. 13 JVIadio tjrcol LARGEST CITY C1RCIXATI0N ""memphihi Wednesday Eve'g. Augnit 15. I860 EXCEILE1HKEWS. Last nisilit's dispatilies from PhilnuYl pliin are pleasant, indeed, Massachu setts and South Carolina wont iulo tlifi Convention hrm in nrni nmidst a stormy uproar of npplausc. After the events of the past five years, such a scene is uoiu surprising and acceptable. aLI.akdu: Ha Lks done a wise thing in retiring from the Convention. No 'matter what we may think of him in the South, his oresence in that body would have pro duced unpleasant consequences. He is very obnoxious to the Conservative Re publicans and ar Jeinoerats, ly the extreme ground lie occupied during th...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 15 August 1866

CANDIDATES. T)0bert'o6odis a candidate for It Wharfmester at the eneuing loctun. i T70K' MAVOK.-W. oTLOFLAND M A oandidaie for Mayorattheensuing elect on. August . lMVi. ; OTH WARD ALDERMAN. THE UNDER- 0 aifmed bein. moat earnestly solicited res pectfully announce himself a eandidete for Alderman of th 8th Ward it th com .lee linn. lau4-to MICHAEL WHbL A N. A LDKKMAN 8TU WARD. AT THfi So il, lioitation of many votert, th; undersigned hereby announces himself a candidate for 'Al derman of the 8th Ward, and most respectfully askt the .upport of the vo-art of laid ward at IWuin, "ctio-FRAsK cgjngg iOTHTlZKNSiK MEAIFill8.UEN- 1 tlcnien: The time fixed by the charter for the election of Mayor hiwin passed without tn election, I now nnncunce to you that I am ttill acandidatefor the Mayoralty when theelection SPECIAL CARDS. GAYOSO 8AT1KQS INSTITUTION. Memphis, Tonneaiee. RAXKIXG HOUSE. : ' No. 19 Madiaoii Btieet. THIS INSTITUTIOV, ORGANIZED IN Wic, bat been in continuous and tuocesslul ope...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 15 August 1866

- ev;- - k i . r , , , aiiw-rr- j ilwrn n i t ... mmm 3Hnmrmmiit ti.im.aii mm ttr -mint rtt-nmmmmm iti rmmf r-tn , v-i-rr n - ..ji..u.-...i'.-:ii..i.. a. ... ..aew -t , . ... , .. I. .. ' .... " I PUBLIC LEDGER. Ofiice. No. 13 Jldton Htrect LAKGEST CITY CIRCULATION ivy; telegraph. MIDMIQUT DISPATCHE3 INTERESTING FOREIGN NEWS Warlike Pre paratloiiH In Fraurr JudKf Holt's Inlanij lApoMert The Philadelphia Convention Martial Law Yet tn New Orleans From Philadelphia. Pmr-AnEMMiiA, August 14.-rTlio Con ventioii tuscmlilnl lit. the Wigwam lit twelve and one-lmlf o'clork to-day. Mr. Randall oppinnl tlio Convention Ly say ing: " Gentlemen, I have to announce that delegates from South Carolina and Massachusetts will now come arm in rm into this ' Convention." This an- uouncemen.1 was greeted with .jrreat ap plause, the audience rising, and at this moment Major General. Lonoli, ol Mas sachusetts, and Governor Orr, of Smith Carolina, at the head of the delegations, entered arm in arm, while th...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 16 August 1866

DIRECTORY. DVERTISKMEN'fa ARB INSERTED IN i thin ('nlimin nt 7S win line ncr munlh. .OLAPP. VANCE ANDERSON. ATTOR J ney-at-Law. Selden Building, 15 Madison street, Memphis. Tenn. auln-dia B" ARBuTR LEWIS, ATTORNEY AIUW and Solicitor in Chancery, No. MO Second street. (Ktillman ' Block.) Memphis. JyHMra M ORGAN. W..U..ATTORNKV-AT-LAW etc.. Ilesoto Block. Madison t. )yll-3m MISTERS WILLIAMSON, ATTORN KYo J. al-law HnJ General Claim Agenta, i Mad inuD street. Desoto Block. Memphis. auHMm rpHOMPSON & FRAZKK, ATTORNEYS- " bXiTkinc. VaYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION. NO. w ii. .1 i; -. a J .... 1 in rrxkaniM Ifilfl. ( Silver nd UncurrDt Money. K, M. Avry, rnhir. .Tnhn C. f.nnier. Pren't. jyl-n. BOARDING. K OARDINO, 7 00 PER WEIiK. AT COR. Monro. v piccnnn st. r. rmi'". BOOTS jN DHOES;, f iOOTSNu" b U 0 ESM A D K TO ORDER I) hv F. H-nniircr, W', Mi.dl"n )c-n COAL. BRIGGS 4 PETERSON. COAL DBALKH8, office 18 Madifnn street. jyl'-.4m DACKER. II. B.. DEALER IN PITTS 1 bury r-mil, Vn. " Washington...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 16 August 1866

ZZJ.Z out, a i Mississirpi vJLii -Tennessee , It A I LROA1). ' OS MILES SHOKTER i .Tlian any: Other Route rp6 GRENADA, jXCKSON. VICKSBIJRO J. and Now Orleans, trains leave daily i p.m. Time t New Orleans, a bourn, llaggase Checked Throuch. Through tirkeU for wile at Mississippi and Tennessee Depot, foot Main street, and at No, ft Jefferson street, under Commercial Hotel. , T , A.S.L1VBRM0RE. Uen'ISupt. p. OAK LKY. ..t.l. " Uen'l Ticket Agent. mar20-ly Tl'UBLIO.LEDtJER. OfJire, No. Ill Madiaon Htreet LARGEST UTY CIRCULATION.' " MKMl'HIH. ; 1 Thursday Even'g, August-16, 1866 - TO COBEESPONDENIS. When communications are Bent to us, they then become our property, and will not, hereafter, be returned to the writers, exceDt at our discretion. Those who may send them should bear this in mind, as we shall plend this notice in bar of any pretended right of reclamation. Hunting up rejected correspondence consumes too much time, and is from this day dispensed with. ' HARMONY AT PHILA.DEIPHIA. ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 16 August 1866

CANDIDATES. TOBERT GOOD IS A CANDIDATE FOR " Jl Wharfoastorat the ensuing clwtimi-; 1wk"ay"ok.-w. o. loflanD is a 1 candidate for Mayoratthe ensuing election. " August Wo. " ' ' ' ..! QTH WARD ALDKKM AST. TUB II NDER O signed being mutt earnestly solicited res pectfully announces himself a candidate loft Alderman of the 8th Ward et the onminf.loC I firm leii-l-to MXCHAJfliJl'IlELAN. "aXdKRMAN 8TU WARD. AT THKKO ' A lioiUtion or ninny votert, the undersigned hereby announce! himself a candidate tor Al derman of theeth Ward, and inost respectfully neks the support of toe vo-ert of said ward at the.ujuin. 'A'ilK cVMmHW.J. flOTHBCITIZKNSOKMEMPillS.-fiKN- 1 tlomeni The time fixed by the charur for the election of Mayor having pasrad without an election, I now announce to you i that I am "tin acandidatefor the Mayoralty when theeleotio doesco. ot . I . SPECIAL CARDS. (JATOSO RAV1SGS INSTITUTION. I - Memphia, Tenrieaeee;; ,t BANKING 1IOCSK. No. 19 Madison BUeot. 'PI1IS INSTITUTION-. ORGANI...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 16 August 1866

'I i:. PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. 13 MadUon Htreet LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION POETRY. For th Public Ledger.1 , , C0U8IH WILL AHD I. Down by the ossg. hedge w. walk, 'Neath th. glow of th. twilight sky: To th present lout, and tenderly tela Ofth.oldentimenon.br. He. enrept in a dream of th. Pest, Sees not th. blushing, deeping fast. W. had mt one more had mat at last Cousin Will and I. On w. walk, with a ouiet grace, O'er the hedge leaves brown and dry. He with trail. n hi omet lac : Hooking me when I sign. One rm is lovingly linking . The other in round me tonderly thrown , And tbu. w. walk in th. desk .leo. CousinWilleudl. Ini mine with itslnrid light Plashes hii eoft dark ay., . ' Speaking as new beier. this algbt Of a hope that must not die ; And hii voice has grown so tenderly low but whyam I foolishly blushing T 'Tis nothing; w. am but cousins, you know Thif charming boy and I. " VERNA VAYLE." BY TELEGRAPH. MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES .' From Philadelphia. Philadelphia, August 15. The Co...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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