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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 17 August 1866

- COMMISSION. DIRECTORY. DVKKTlSKMKNTrfARK INSERT BDIN l thin t'liTiimw it 7 wn a llnenee month O II' Pi "( LAPP. VANCK AKOKB80N. ATTOR-neya-at-Law. Selden Building. 15 Martisun street. Aiemulus. leun. ( BARBOUR LKWlH. ATTOKNKY AT LAW nuil Solicitor in Chancery, No. 280 Beoond lreet. (Stillwan's Mock.) Memphis. J.vl7-lm M Ttu.j.iu U' u II AT Villi N K V.AT-I.A W rtc Oento Block. Madison st.' iyll-:im 1)TKHSft WILLIAMSON, AT10KNKYS-at-law and Uineral Claim Agents, )W Mad ison street, Desoto H luck, Memphis. aulO-ltn MIU)M"l'M)M FRAZKR, ATTORNKYS- BAMINC. VAVOS0Xiv7NG8IN6frriJ'n)N, no. Y 1U XI ..ll.nn .lr.u. ilesblin KH'llUlKU. QllM. ( Silver and Uneurrent Money. K. M. Avery, I'nshn-r. .Turin V. I.iniwr. Hre-'t,' lyl-Mm. BOARDINC. 0ARDlNt,7 00 PER WEEK. AT COR. M nnt v promi w.. i . r iminu. BOOTS AND SHOES. 00T3 AND KUOkTm ADKTO 0 R I RE COAL. Tlu(JOsT?E;rERSON. lOAL DEALERS. II otiice 13 Madison street. , jyltwJin 1 BACKER, II. II.. DEALER IN PITTS- COAL OIL AND LAMM. TloXrofC LTMPs...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 17 August 1866

MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE ... RAILROAD.1 03 MILKS SHORTER Than any' 'Other Route riK) GRENADA, JACKSON. VICKSBUHfl 1 1 and New Orleans Tram leav daily at .n m: - 4- X' . Arlannl 9ft hn.tra. ; ju p.m. w w va ... j Hamtaae Checked Through. , mi u ?,, Mttuiauini.. Tennente Depot, foot Main street, and INO.O J" A. S. LIVERMORK, Gen'ISupt. C. P. OAKLEY. . Gen'l Ticket Agent. , , mar2My PUBLIC LEDGER. Ofrire, No.' 13 Madison Mtrcet LA EG EST CITY CUMULATION. . i, M KMPHISi Friday Evening, Augmt 17. 1866 MILITARY POSITION OF THE BELLIG ERENTS. At the moment of signing the existing truce, it will be interesting to the Amer ican feader to mark the present military position of the different belligerents, which may be summarily indicated a9 follows : 1. Austrian army : Ten corpsd'armee, with the Saxon corps, concentrated around Vienna and in the retrenched camp of Floridorf, occupying and guard iriir the Dassaees of -the. Danube head quarters, Vienna. Thirty thousand men in the fortified place...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 17 August 1866

CANDIDATES. . - TiOBERT GOOD 18, A CASTDIDATH FOH 1 v w h an in aster ei iue VXR MAVOR-rW. 0. LOFLAND IN A ' J; candidate for Majorat theeusuing lection. Aunust 9. lSfW- OTH WARD ALllKRMAN, TllK UNDER O aliened bein molt earnestly solicited res pectfully announces himself a candidal lor A Merman of tbe 8th Ward etttt cnmitis; elec. lionJaue-tal MlCHAKLWlUtLAjj1 LDKRMAN 8TH WARD. AT THKSO V lioitation of many votera, the undersia-ned hereby announce himself a candidate for Al derman of the 8th Ward, and most respectfully asks the support of the voere of said ward at theen-uinf election. .' en4-te - rnAnn. tumninun. - rpOTHKCITIZENbtiF MEMPUIS.-OKN- I tlemiMit The time 0ed by the charter for the election of Mayor hating- passed without an election. I now announce to you that I am still canutuaieior meiujuij wucu v.. .-......."i nes come off. I am, respectfully, your fallow itiien. W. D. FERGUSON. candidate lor tnefliayoraiiy wnen wieicnma does ci P E CI A L' C A R M l tuYosb savings I...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 17 August 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. 13 Mdlon Htreet LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION OETJRY. BI TELEGRAPH. -"-5 '' . MIDNIGHT DISEATCHES Foreign. By the Cable to the Associated Press. London, August 16. Tfie following are the official quotations at the close of business to-day on the Stork Ex change : Consols, for money, 87 J. HFbankkobt-ohihe Maike August 15. In the Upper House of Chambers the Minister of Finance has proposed a bill of indebtedness from W2 until the pres ent. He then asked for 54,000,000 tha lera for the present year, and also for a credit of 00,000,000 thalers. The Gov ernment has abandoned the idea of a loan consisting of Treasury notes as be ing the most expedient, bnt fuller finan cial powers might be required, as peace was not yet constituted. Ltvritrool., August 1C, p m. Cotton advanced to day Jd per pound, sales of 20,000 bales, middling uplands 14d;j breadstuff market firm. Pints, August 10 Noon. It is offi cially stated, to-day, that the Frencn Government has receded from ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 18 August 1866

a 1)1 UECTOllY. 0.0. riSVlT,. , . . . FKiNK "BBFBT, Late VernonParte Clsy. Memphis, Tenn. lAPP. VANCE ANDERSON, ' "OK' street. Memphis, Towi. w . "'?. 7iABoUBTiWiij!. Ai'WBffww land .Xolicitor n Chancery, No. HBO Booon I B.-Iw nl UwwtCNtai Agent, M M ml.. it,n street. Desoto Mock. Memphis. ""'"'' MltPJMWoiTXn Sa ZK H WMT1 . I "st-l.sw: m Madi ns'rcct. j . -,. s1" BANKING. ! l T IK Madison street. dals in WmOj VnoOTS'lAND'SHPES I w nv r. nimiii.. CO A L int. .r-TT, . r;. UKlUiJB PKTKHfldN, COAL A. ijyln-m i ImiV w-'t. ,N. V.shinit..sl. '1--'m COAL OILT AND LAMPS in ir: fiir 1 Witt e, Noll's, .1 s. l,nnl 'Oil, UiiietWrttM " . V.. PrOse.itt.Vt'o, rTiRI JL Laiupet CUlUMSar. n. ) (li lK'rwm si met.. m.-pw CLOTHING.-; -4, t wf-T: A.. Hmrw1 ?; "i i4 A'.whimtHooil",! Mm at.-'. itV. C H I N A PU E EN S W A R L . DYE-HOOSESwj COMMISSION MERCH'TS -.rl.T?-i-rv .w-ri-i1.f'. roTTtjN a0- Ho. 37 . I'lWt ' ' II HOTELS, I, HUIRIi. COl V." k l',rf"n. pro MACHINISTS. 7Ti'.; .iu T v" f APIltVlST. l-"7 K...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 18 August 1866

MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE B A I LRO API" JA i 58 MILES SHORTER 1 Than any Other Route rpO 6B.K?f AD A,' J ACjJBON, YZCKfiBDM 1 and New Orleana. "Trains leave daily at p.m. aim to New Orleans, at hour. ' HaggAKe Chicked Th rough. Through ticket for ! t Mississippi I and ...uersoa Jj lT v EH MuHK Gen 6"P- C. P. OAKLKii ''- W UenVfirket Agent. "mirSe-ly PUBLIC LEDGER. OHice. No. 1H Madlaon Wtreiot LARGEST CITr CIBC Saturday Evening, August 18. 1866 I -f. -7- tt r AH OBJtllUJl AJlimnu. The Cincinnati Vonfmeraar nan no faith in tb .Philadelphia., Convention, It has, interposed, as for es .it could ob 'Ut fes lo lls success, it nar gtvtfn etD that lrw! Hval.tlMries, wtrold pnfronl the members, one of which must give) way, olhefwiseWmbny Srss) b'nt of the question. It ay --i-' I ihasa theories iS'eiCressnJ in th'e language of "the ' call :' making the) Fcdtrai Govemmtnt stprcini ; penwg the right of a State, tinder any circum. stance, t secede pd pronouncing tha doctrine ot mate sovereignt...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 18 August 1866

! b AN Bid ATE?. YlOnEWT GOOD IK ACdNUiOAJi'JBR It Wharfme.ter at th '150TMaT5R.-W. O.O.OFLASD "Iff A 1 rantliilere f"t Mayor at tbuulug election. Ann , wii . -ofli WARD tDEKMA!f3'HKpPER- fihiicu - . . , -- ,, i . . r.. i ..AnitiM kiniMlf ft. rmnd 111 LEU - for i;i.r.,; of th ath ward t th ? ..mise y inin. ,7au4-tl MICHAEL WliKLAN.j rS AFexii7wARi5.--irt yfl bo A lioitstion of many1 Voters, th undersigned , hereby aaniniiiee hiinaolf aaarididaUi (ip AIj d'rnihnTif the 8th Ward, snd tost respectfull -Asks tbe support of th ward at ,h.f;uln, .tali, -n . .ft UrTvnUK Cl'I'liKNaji MEMTillIi-eGEN- JL tlnnen: 1 he time lUed by th ttrtc lor Ike election pf Mayor having l't,Jl!""Vii election, I now ntifiouno to you thut r aeandidatcfnr th Mayoralty whae theelMtwin eandiaaicmr tu nwuj " ""; ,,71 "i d oitl: CD V I 1 A L L. A 11 U3 , , GIVOO .SAVINGS STITVTI Mempnta,. AeuneMow. . , llAltKl!tCJ iirst:. "' fj i .',.JHo 19 Mdiaon Btreet. Til IS INSIIXUllOtf'. ORGANIZED IN I iHV, has been in emtii"...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 18 August 1866

njff .fcL.a.. urn1. ' ' i - - w -i-i!- g.. -.. "fn v . ,jr r- I: U'D PUBLIC LEDGER; Office. No. IB MdiionWtreelt POETRY. ,' ; LOTK'B AQOHY. They were sitting sid by aile, ' And o sighd, ui then ih sigbtd. ' Said h, " Mr darling idoTl" "' ' ' (','' And he idled, ana men in laieo. "You are CTCition't belli" " , And he bellowed, and the bellowed. j " On my Soul hart's soch a weight I" And be waited and th waited. " Your band I ask. to bold I'm grown :" .( , Aaa h troaaed, and then sb groaded.) " Yon shall bare your private gig :". And eh giggled, and he giggled. Ssid'she: ''My dearest take:" j And ho looked, and tUen the looked, j j "I'd bavethae If thou will:" j And he wilted, and tben shs wilted. ' , . j by telegraph: MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES Foreign, London, August 16., The sleaiuer North American, now at Plymouth, re ports the following disasters off (he eas tern coast of Africa during the last three weeks: .... ',.... j ' 1 .. J The iron ship Stalwart, from Bombay with cotton or. Liver...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 20 August 1866

'ISEMKNTS ARE INSERTED IN r .hi. ( ATTORNEYS AT, LAW. . - . . . ..II- ft. IP iPHJiiR ATTflU V tieya-at-Lasf. Selden Buildint, 15 Madison street. Memphis, lenn. nuin-am HARBOUR LKW1H, ATTORN Ki A 1 LAW and Solicitor In Chancery. No. 280 Second street, (fltillinan's Block.) Memphis. aul7-lrn iiliUAN. Wu II.. ATTOHN EY-AT-LA W etc.. Dcoto Block, MHbon st. (yll-3ni I )fciKKa a. w ILlilAilsiM, Al mm n i o I ai.Uw tkiirl (Ifmoral Claim AaentS. W Matt iinn street. Desoto Block. Memphis, aulfl-lm I'lluMPnON At FHAZKR. ATTOIINKYS I ar-l.sw 1M Mnrti" ntjMm BANKING. . 7VIviKiTsAMv'ij5''lX8TITtITION. 1 I li Madison stroot, deals in Exchange Gold, Mlvor and Uncurmul Money, fc. M. Avery, i'tMit. John ('. l.nniiT, 'm I. ' iyl - BOARDING. ..a u n r Nil 7 I Ml lkR WEKK. AI UUK t..nrni Wfcnnrt f-. I . F III nltf :l in.--... BOOTS AND SHOES I 00TS AND SHOES Al ! AD1S TO ORDER by K. HnnipT. ''uti-nn t. ji-U-Hm COAL. RIGIJS PETEKRUR, vUAL UiVALtno, office 1.1 Miplisoni'iroei. PACKEK. 1 hnrff c..;.l ii i...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 20 August 1866

fl-.e ...... -Jt "-l-'-t? i1! III i MISSISSIPPI AJjfD TENNESSEE mSlk8 shobteb f s Than anv . Other Route mn ORKVADA JACKSON, VICfeSBURO T ' ' As Dm Time to New Orleans, 26 hours. lAiiraie Checked -throuith. - Throoch tieksis lor eui i -j T.nnesee?Depot, foot Main street, and at lo. i PUBLIClEDfiER. i j m!i . 1 ; Nrf. 13 Modiaon Btreet Offlco. LARGEST ' CITY CIBCUIATION. tT,, MKMPH18I ) " Monday Evening. Angust 80. 1B66 ij OBSTRUCTION TO BESTOBATIOK. .?. Tha point the RadidaU Make; against the Philadelphia Convention, is, that the success of its measures w6uld be a sur render of the Government into the hands of the rebels. Having advanced beyond ' the fundamental principle of our repub lican system, they maintain that acces sion to administration of .the Govern ment by the opponents of Radicalism, ' through a combination of Northern Pem- , ocrats and Republicans and the people i of the eleven States of the South, consti , ', tilting a (treat majority of the people of the whole countr...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 20 August 1866

I CANDIDATES. R OBERT GOOD IS A CANDIDATE FOB , Wharfmsster ftt the enuing election. .vmliTvoliw'. o. lofland is a -on.iwl .r. f.,r Mayor at the ensuing eleolion. August . M JJLUL, enrWARDALDKftilAN.-THKUNpER-O signed beim most earnestly solicited res pectfully announces himself a eandidato for Alderman of the th Wart t tba comint le. Ii..n. (au4-jepMICHALWIl:LAN. "TEIiKKMAN T1I WARD.-AT XHRlO" J lioitation nf many voters, the i undersigned hereby announces himself a candidate lor Al derman of tbeStb Ward, mid most respectfully aks the support nf the vo-ers ol said ward at theensuinv election. -;TI, .nuMimJ- au4-te FRANK CUMMING8. ; rpu'riiKcrriziJNBdF memp.iis.-oen- L tleno-ii: The tituanxed. by tba eharter for the election of Mayor having passed without en elooilon. I now announce to you that I am still a candi'lute for the Mayoralty when theelection doe. come oft I aui, wtfully. your fallow citizen. ' : . VlLih- L-L- Ij. GWOSO SAYINGS INSTITUTION. ' Memphis, Tennessee. HAKIi IIOI...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 20 August 1866

1! J; PUBLIC LEDGER. Ottire. No. ia Madinon Htrewi LARGEST ' CIT1 CIRCULATION Sow Our Government - Obtained Babel " , . Information.. ..,. , Tka country will remember that du- tko winter nur Government obtained nf tliA hnnekssnpss of the rebel cause by coming into possession of the testimony ot Uen. Lee neiore a com mittee of the rebel ConirreM, which tu never reported to the Houses, exCTpt in secret session, if at all. The evidence of Gen. Lee was taken late in the winter by this committee, and long before the committee had determined what coarse to pursue almost before the ink was dry upon their notes the entire state ment of the rebel General, word for word, was in the possession of President Lin coln at Washington. In the room where the committee met was a closet Bnd from that closet, immediately after their adjournment, came the priceless infor mation. Outside the house it at ; once changed hands, and a second party walked leisurely through the streets of Richmond with it, unti...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 21 August 1866

V . - v - i DIRECTORY. DVERTISKMENTS ARKIN8ERTKD IN i thin Column nt 7S wit a lin ncr month "attorneys at law. jOLAPP. VANCE ANDERSON. ATTOK j neys-at-Law. Seldea Building, IS Madison street, aieinpms. abuii. 1$ ARBOUR LEWIS. ATTORNEY AT LAW and Solicitor In Chancery, No. 280 Seoond it. iSti llmnll ' block.) Momphia. aul7-lm street MORGAN, Wsi. H., ATTORN KY-AT-IjAW etc.. Dtwoto Block. Madison at. )yll-3m DETERS-: WILLIAMSON, A A TORN K i B 1 nt-law and General Claim Aitcnts, SI Mad ison street, Desoto Block. Memphis. aulO-Im flUlOMPSON FRAZER, ATTORNKYS- l nt-Law ID Madl'on street. niiH-lm ' . BAJNJCINC. r AYOSO8AVIN08 INSTITUTION. NO. T t Madison treot.deals in Exchange, Gold. Silver and Uneurrent Money. ; h. M. Avery, Pnshicr. .T"hn 0. Lanier. Prcs't. iyl-in MOTSjNpjyWESj.' 00T3 AND SHOES MAMTOORDKR by F. Hnnicr. W j Madison at. jcSt-Hm 1 COAL. RIOGS 4 PETERSON. COAL DEALERS, office 13 Martuon strew. ' ,y --. I) ACKER. H. B., DK.U.KU la riuo ; I hurt coal. No. 8 Washington si. au...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 21 August 1866

MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE 5iS MILES siiobtek Than any. Other Route mO GRENADA; JACKSON. VlCKKBUltu I ana riew urieans. '""v 4 05 p.m. Tim to New Orleans. M hours. ...,.., dhuksd Xhroueb. Through tioket for sale t Misxissippi and Tennessee lepot, 1001 main . Je.er.on '.SoS,'! SPt. 'P,S.At. ' ar2(M, PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. 18 Madlwon street LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION TVI W". M T H I 1 1 Tuesday Evening, August 21. 1866 A GREAT JOHNSON BALLY. ' Why are we unresponsive when th( proceeding! of the Philadelphia Convert tion and the noble words of the Presi Aunt are riiicnna in our, ears? , TV( "echo" the Avalanche in suggesting to the neoole the propriety of holding a ratification meeting at an early day. We ' ... . J a S. also " echo " the suggestion 01 Toatpa that we avail ourselves of the pres ence in our city of the " eagle orator " of Tennessee, and invite him to speak to our people. His noble oratory . i not necessary to fire our hearts. No man's aneec.h is necessary. W e are all ....

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 21 August 1866

CANDIDATES. ROBERT GOOD IS A CANDIDATE rOR Wharlinastorat the cnsu 1 n g election. TOHTMAYgil.-W. 0. LOFLAND 18 A ? candidate for Myor at the ensuing election. A ugust 9. IWifl. J oTll"WARD ALDEHMAN.-THK UNpER O signed bein. most earnestly solicited res pectfully announce himself a eandidate for Alderman of the 8th Ward at the icominf eleo tion. au4-tej MICHAEL WHKLAN. . ikl-uman KTU WARD. AT THE SO- A lioitation of many voters, the undersigned hereby announces hiuiself a candidate for Al 1 Icrmanof the 8th Ward, and moit respectfully neks the support of the vo-ers of said ward at the enuing election. au4-te FRANK CUMMINS3. 'IVJ TI1K CITIZENS IF MEMPiIln. UKJi 1 tlouien: The time fixed by the charter for the election of Mayor having panned without an election. I now announce to you that I am till a candidate for the Mnyoralty when the election doeii come off. I am, respectfully, yoiir fellow citixen. W. D. FERGUSON. SPECJAJLJCADJ. UAYOsO SAVINGS INSTITUTION. ' ' Memphis, Tennessee. ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 21 August 1866

?UBLIC LEDGER. Olllce. No. 13 Madiwn Mtreet LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION POETRY. THE 8N0W. y H. V. fAXOH. Oh! the snow, the beautiful snow, -L'illl.... a akv and earth belOW, Over the housetops, over ine eiree. IIIHUI " " . I . ' , Over the heads of the people you meet- be beau 01 Danciuir, . ilii-tina fcikimuiinir along Beautiful mow I It does no wrong, Flying to kiss fair lady cheek. Clinging to lips in a frolicksome freaK. Beautiiul (now trom ihe heaven above, pure a amingel, gentle ae love I Oh 1 the snow, tbo beautiful (now. How the flakes gather and laugh as they go , Whirling about in tbe muddoning Inn, It plays in its glee with every one. Chasing, . . Laughing, : Hurrying by It lights on the face and it sparkle the eye. And ",,h a brk d joym". ' nap at the orysuUs-that eddy around : . Tb.o to.wn Is alive, and it. heart is aglow. Te welcome the eommg of beautiful enow 1 r. , ' " t ilow Wildly the crowd goes swaying along,' Hailing each other with humor and long I How the gay sled...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 22 August 1866

1 Tl DIRECTORY. A DVERTISKMKNTo AKt lAsKrlA HI) IH t thi, I'olmnn nt cent a nnn pff montn ATTORNEYS f AT t LAW. ALA PP. VANCE Jk ANDERSON. ATTOR O neys-at-Law.Seldsn UDUUiug, 10 nwiiB street, Memphis, b, i enn. sul.VHm Ti.ii,.irii 1 UIKIU ATt'llU M L'V' 1'f- I. AW J) and Solicitor hi Chancery, No. fflt) Second street. (Ktilltnan's Block,) Memphis. aul7-bu a iiliiJAN. Wji.Ii'.aTTOKNBV-AT-LAW iv 1 He liesmo It lock. Madb-nn st. fyll-itm ) til' K US W iLLlA.ISO., ATTOHol KVfj I at.lftur it ml (iKtif.rul lilaiiu Airenta. .18 Mad iion street, llosoto Block, Memphis. anlO-lut IHOMPSON ' FRAy.KK., ATIOKN KVB nf-l.aw IM Madison street, BANKING. -r.rvtO 8rVIN6rtNSTffuTI0K, NO. I J li Madison street, deals m Exchange, Oold, .Silver und Uncurrent Money.. E. M. Avery fi.hier. John V. Lamer. I're t. iyi-:ui BOOTS AND SHOES. MOOTS ANl SHOES MADlfi TO ORDER l kvV Itpnninr. SUillsnn St. Ja-.iB COAL. Mice l.'l Madison street. jylri-8in ACKKR. II. B..,DE.bfcK IN COAL OIL AND LAMPS. WAl7oiT.."i;AMi'!i...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 22 August 1866

MISSISSIPPI AM TENNESSEE KAIL It V Ajjj 52 MILES SnORTEB Than any Other Route mo GRENADA. JACKSON, ViUKBBu i"j 1 and New Orleans. Trains leave daily at . iij p.m. Time to N ew Orleans. 20 hours. itaae Checked Through. ' Through tickets fcrfcle at BfJ'fPl"? Tennessee Depot, toot Main street, and at No, 0 .0-r-ffi,tA..Bt:;v'; riM PUBLIC LEDGER. O: 13. MadiKon Btr-eet LA KG EST CITT CIRCrUTIOJi. ' -:r - --- tXu-t.4 M K M X" H 1 H . 1. .iv. vnTIWO n TENNESSEI. ' BEGBOES VOTISO IK T-NNESSEI. The Nashville Vs pnif Time's says lH. A fi i.md related to us yesterday an tortKtinv scrap of history connected with ' e rn T T A 1 tprcsimoc scran ot nistory connecieu wiiu .;,.,(, nf Tnnppi He I lilt tunoiiiii w. f i 1. u l- ; iirarara.""'. -- 'was at work on his" Tarm1 wtttf stout o(ric;ai g(1uj0tine. hastily or, indiscnmi negro man, when an important btate " He'caB afford to tae time and election took p ace. "Tom, said our nateiy.,, nn" f , .. 1 ?;?. L"vou must attend to. these logs 8fe how the p...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 22 August 1866

CANDIDATES. TjOliERT GOOD IS A CANDIDATE' FOR IV W harfinaster at ineensuitia eiemuni pi A Y OR -W. 0. LO KL A N 1 IsT A X cundidate fur Mayor at tjiettuiuing election, AugUSttt, iwvt. " ol'H WARD ALDKRMAN.-sTliK UNDERs 0 signed bein most earnestly solicited res pectfully announces himself e candidate tor Alderman of the 8th Ward a tut ooming eleo-tbm?Jau4-to) MICHAEL Wli ELAN "TTCkkman HTIl WARD.-AT tiikIo- iV lioiUtinn of mny voters, the undersigned hereby announoea himself aoaedidate fur Al derinan uf the Stli Ward, and most respectfully nske the support of tba vo'ert of aaid ward at tha ensuing election. . ' ;'... Vto,"" au4-te FRANK CUMMING3. A fpO THE OITIZKNKUF MKAtPilI.-ttrT5n 1 tlruicn: Tha time fixed by the charter for the election of Mayor having passed without an eleclion. I now annnunoa to you that I am mill candidate for the Mayoralty when theelcctlon does come off. I am, reei'ectfullr. yourfi: m " eitir.en, h; u. rannuoviT ARDS.. ij SPECIAL CA UAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTI...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 22 August 1866

PUBLIC 1EDGER. Office. No. 13 Madiaon Hts-eet LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION MATTERS matrimokul. , Daughters to sell I" a.t"J1l1l. i - They cst more money tba l oan tell,- f ' Their education has been first-rate : I , ' Whit wealthy yonnif nobleman wants mat? Th ilm like nignungaies, pisj .."" i Daughters to .ell I UHKWy in! f ',' Here's my nne daughter.. W , tierman. itanau auu r - rr' .,, Since like Sylphidos for grace mint ; Chooeeoutyourpartner.whtch ejeryoup ease. ' Mere', a nice wife for a rich young rwall. Sere I anioe who ior : --- augbten to sell 1 Daughter, to .ell l ! '. Beautiful daughters, dark and fair I ; f jtacn a ireauro i ""T? "f" V i. . i Ortt to pair with any Dukes heir ' At St. George's Church, by Hanover Square Hoy I you that in U.rdly mansion, dwell. , Diughuratojelll Daughters to .elll ( Buy my dear daughter, t Who want, a bride. That nan give her a carnage, and horse, to ride, Sund 5,,.-ho for hi, fW. un.j , And no end of aoree of crinoline 7 I . Krer new furnitur...

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