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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 10 September 1866

PUBLIC DIRECTORY. A DVERTISKMENT8 ARK INSERTED IN V thin Column at 70 centa a line pi , ,A DAM8TEAM DYE-1I0U8K thin Column at 75 eeiira a line per month. CORNER JX. Mam and McUall im, Ksoecial attention liven millinery and dry roods storekeeper!. 'M 1JAKU0UR LEWIS. ATTORN EY AT LAW 13 and Solicitor in Chancery. No. 280 Second itreet, (Btillman'i Block.) Memphis. 11 OOTS ANI SHOES MADE TO ORDER by e. ilannteer, Vi Madison it. it RIOUS k PETEKSON. COAL DKALEK8 otnce li Diulmon itreet. BURKE. JOHN E., CITY INSPECTOR Ollioe on blulf. between Washuuiton and Ad am streets. 21 1HKKOT. 0. R. k BRO.. DRUUdlS'lVS A Apothecaries w Main street. 1I1INA. ULAS3 AND QUKENSWARK. at V lis juain it. voorneis a. ratnca. 1 J nev-at-l,aw. Sehlen Builitina. lh Madiaon sti i u u viunv iK'iivucfiu iTTnn. itreet. Memphis, Tenn. 01 -lOAT. (111.. l.AMM CHIVCKYS. TIN J ware. Snaps, Lard Oil, Lanterns, at O. V Prescott k Co. a, 4(1 Jefferson street. Commercial hotrt.. cob., front a- KJ Jettereon. Wheeler A iirvs...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 10 September 1866

i, "if "n.-.7r '""" -.w - - """' " i 1 h rtnrtniHIwr-" i BOOKS and STATIONERY 197 HAIN STREET, WKB8TBB BtOCK. W. Z. MITCHELL, MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS A Full Stock of Bibles. Hymn Books, Frayer Books THttnaati, JuvauHe Book. Kovels, Maaonto Book. ad Diploma. k LL OK WHICH ARB OFFERED AT THB A l-owest Market Prices. Cull and exaimiie our good . - - srissTstsirri and tknnkbske 1 A 1 1 . If O A I) . 52 Mll.t.S .. Than any Other Route f.M) GRENADA, JACKSON. VICKSBI'IUI I aud New Orleans, 'frame leave daily at 4 m5 p.m. Tim to New Orleans 2o hours. liattEB Checked Throusli. Through ticket for sale t Miniraili and Depot, foot Main street, end ut N o, 5 JuHeraon .tree., -'flJJIlts.Pt. -P-VgVAe,n,. PUBLIC LEDGER. OHlce. Mo. IB Madiaon Wtrtiet ilBBKSTClW"ClitCiTW. M K M I II 1 81 . Monday Evening, Sept. 10. 1866 i - tuv rKVT.vnma coHFLICT. Ttia difficult. rjerhaps impossible, to exaggerate tlie iinportaace of the crisis now upon the country. While the war was in progress, the belligerent sections...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 10 September 1866

CANDIDATES. ROBERT GOOD 18 A CANDIDATE FOR Wharfmasterat the enduing election. lOK MAYOR." 0. LOFLAND 18 A X candidate for Mayor the ensuing election. August . im. TH WARD ALDKRMAN.-THK UNDER iiiimed being most earnestly solicited res pectfully announcei himself a candidate fur "aTDERMA bill WARD. AX THKKO- V Imitation of many voters, the undersigned ' hereby announces himself a candidate tor Al derman of the 8th Ward, and moit respectfully asks Hie support of the vo-er of laid ward at M't'i'lIK C1T1ZKNSF M KM HtllS. GEN X tleuirii: The time fixed by the charter for the election oi Mayor bavin passed wimout an ' election, f no announce to you that I am (till acaiididutelor the Mayoralty wneu uieeieciiuu does come ou. - 1 aui, mpeciiuiiy. your ieiiy cit-izon. J DESOTO IXSl'RASCE , X 11 U H X.,' ,C O M PANY, . OI MEiMPHIB, l'EWN. Office, Desoto Block, Madison Bt, CupMhI...:.'! ........i8i3oo,6oo. 'riMIIS COMPANY I NSUKKS 'AGAINST : A loa by tirn. rnnrioo ami "'T-. Directors-Win. M. ra...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 10 September 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. OMce. No. IS Mdion Htreet LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION BY TELEGRAPH. MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES LATEST FROM ALL QUARTERS President Johnson at St. Lonis What he Thinks or the N. 0. Riot The Old Cabic'at Hearts Content Chler Chinese Pirate Captured Death of Com. Smith, U. S. Navy Loan to Chilian Government Philadelphia, September 8. A large meeting was held to-nigut in lront ot me Union LenRue House, and was addressed by Carl Shurz, wbo reviewed the situa tion of affairs and the policy of the Pres ident. m, . . St. Louis, September 8. The Circuit Court ot Buchanan county has continued the cases of the preachers arrested for not taking the test oath, until the decis ion of the United States Supreme Court is announced. , " The State Adjutant General has issued - orders to disband all the militia organi zations not in conformity with the State Convention ordinance. The action of the Philadelphia Con vention generally satisfies the Radicals here. A complimentary banquet was given last...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 11 September 1866

i':,jililWWl't'llf'llll'iVi."lll'MWII8l PUBLIC DIRECTORY. COMMISSION. DVKRTI8KMENT8ARB INSERTED IN . t;na (joiuuin at 76 eenta a line per month. A DAM8BTEAM DYK-110UBK COKNK -t Main and MoCall ats. Especial attention given millinery aad dry f nod atorekoepera. 'Al BARBOUR LKWTH. ATTORNEY AT LAW and Solicitor In Chancers-. No. 280 Kaonnd .atreet, (Stillman'i Iiloek.) Merophia. 11 x - V 'JOOTS AND SHOES MADK TO ORDER 07 r. iienniKer, Madison at. BRIUUS a FKTKHHON. 'JOAL DEALERS office 13 Madiaon street. BUKKK, JOHN Ollioeon bluff, Adams atreeta. K., CITY INSPECTOR etween Washiniitoii an "IHhlKOT, 0. R. A BKO., DKUUOISTS A V potneearte m m am street. CHUNA, GILAHS AND UlEENiSWARE, it . 17H Main at. Vonrhois a Patrick. d neys-at-Law. Kelden Building, 15 Madiaon treat, Memphis, Tenn. tli 10AL OIL. LA MI'S. CillMNKVS TiN J ware, Heaps, Lard Oil, Lanterns, at 0. V Prescott A Co.'s, 4U Jefferson street. 79 COMMERCIAL HOTEL. COR. FRONT A J Jefferson, WbeclerA llrrson, pro's. 17 I EJLAP A CO ...

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 September 1866

BOOKS and STATIONERY MAIN STREET, 197 WKBSTSB BLOCK. W. Z. MITCHELL, S aKD MISOELUNEOUS BOOKS A Full Stock of Bible.. Hymn Books, Prayer Book. Tenements. Juvenile Book.. ' Novels. Maaonlo Books, and Diploma. 1 . . i r.lTLDl-n AT TUB A Market Price.. Call and eiai'mp our roods. .4 - .) MISSISSIPPI AND TENNEooKK 11 A I I-. u o a - 52 MII.KS uw"" Than anv Other Route f I 'O GBENADA, JACKSON, YICKSJUM I and New Orleans. Trains leave dally t 4 V, p m. Time to New Orleans. 26 hours. 4 J&ae Checked Thr..h. JXson -tree., -AWgJIEi&pt C. P. OAK LI-i. . . (en'l Ticket Aernt. 4 It PUBLIC LEDGER. OtHce. ISo. 1 Matdiaon Mtreet " " M K M. PHIHi Tuesday Evening, Sept. 11, 1866 OUE BOOTES. We are now making arrangements te extend all the routes on the Pcblip Ledum, and add new ones in the su burbs, by which we hope to be able to supply all who may wish to take a cheap and reliable evening journal Should iiny of our patrons be overlooked by our carriers during the next teu or twelve days, the...

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 September 1866

CANDIDATES. KOBERT GOOD IS A CANDIDATE FOR Wharfmaster at the ensuing election. "tfOR MAYOR.-W. 0. LOFLAND 19 A eandidate forMtjrorattheentuing tleotlon. OTH WAi"DALIKRlAN.-lHK UNDER- O limned being mot earnestly solicited rep- peotfully announces himself a candidate for Alderman of the 8th Ward at the comint eleo- ... i ...u. tion. Iau4-te MICHAKL WUbLAN. LUHHMAN 8TH WAUW-AX XllUi BU V lioitntion of many voters, the undersigned hereby announces himself a candidate for Al derman of the 8th Ward, end most reapectfully aaka the support of the vo'r of laid ward at the ensuing election. . aut-M FBANK CUMMINGB. 'IXITHK CITIZENS 0 F M E M PHIS. G EN L tlemee The tine fixed by the oharter for the election of Mayor having paused without an election, I now announce to yon that I am still a candidate for the Mayoralty when the election docseoineolf. 1 am, reapeetfully. your fellow citi7.cn. W. It. FERGUSON. . SPECIAL CARDS. TtltJST COMPANY, ne FMPHI8. TIHN. Office, .leapt Block, Mafliaon St C...

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

r staa i 1 I N PUBLIC .LEDGER. OKlco, No, IS MikdUon Htreet LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION BY; TELEGRAM. MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES LATEST FROM ALL QUARTERS Beecber on the New Orleans Riot Guerrillas Around Vera Cruz Cordova Colonists Still Hopeful Maine Congressional Election The King of Saxony to Resign Italian Troops being Disbanded Nkw York, Soptember 10. Cotton firm ; galea of 3000 bales, at 32 to 35c; Southern floiir firmer at f 10 15 to 115 15, wheat scarce, and 3 to 5o highn ; pork heavy, at $33; lard heavy, at 18 to 20c; sugar steady; coffee firm; naval stores quiet; turpentine, C7 to C8c; resin f 3 80. The Rev. Ilenry Ward Beecher has written another letter, explanatory of his previous letter upon the Cleveland Convention, and announcing himself as opposed to the details of the President's policy of reconstruction. He does not f modify his Cleveland epistle or disowu it, but, on the contrary, he justifies and ; defends it In regard to the New Or i leans liot, he says that President Joh...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 12 September 1866

PUDLlfc DIRECTORY. 1 DVERTI6KMENTSARK INSERTED IN J I lii j Column at 75 eiint a line peruionth. liAMB HTKAM D VK-IiOLHK-CORN KR i Main and Moduli at, fcspacial attention iriven uiillinary and dry goods storekeepers. M l I lUlmllll 1 VW1J A rtmiU MVV 11' I A 117 J land Solicitor in Chanoery, No. 280 Second street, (Stillinan'a Block.) Memphis. ' U OOTrt AND BHOKS MASK TO ORDER hy F. Ilanniger, V'i Madison St. 17 1$ KKlUri 1c PKTEKSON, COAL DEALIiRrS onice ij Miutisun street. i 1UKKK, JOHN ., CITY INSPECTOR IJ Olhceon blutl, between Washington an ' Adams strnets. iil c AiHttui'cunon W Minn Mtreet. ( Ill 1 N A, UlMhS ANi UKKNSW AKK, at lio Main fit. V (MirnuKi x fa trick. VLAPP, VANOK it ANUKltSON, ATTOR J nuvx-at-l.il w. Seldou Building, lo Madison treet. Memphis. Tenn. 4 10AL OJL. LAMPS. CHIMNEYS. TIN- 1 i warn. KiuLtm. I.iiril Oil. l.i&iiteriu. at O. F. Prescott i Co. t. 411 jeilerson m reel. 7rf i-IOMMERCIAIi HOTEL, COB. FRONT 4 J Jeltenon, Wheeler Uryson, pros. i iVELAP 4 CO....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 12 September 1866

BOOKS andSTATIONERY 10 MAIN 8TBEET, mr ay - WEB8TEB BLOCK. W. Z. MITCHELL, r MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS A Full Stock of n ' Bibles. Hymn Books. Prayer Book Testament. Juvenile Booka. . Hovels. ' Maeonte Book. and Diploma. , A IX OP WHICH ARK OFFERED AT T A A Lowest Market Prices. Call and examine our Bod. "- MFssisSIPl'l AM) TKNNE88KK U A I I. It O A l so; si M I f .F.S SIIOltTKK . Than iiny Other Route rj0 GRENADA, JACKSON, ylCKSBURG I and New Orleans. Trains leave daily at 4 Of. H.iu. Time to New Orleans, M bourn. itauc cniccUod Throueli. Through tickets fur sal at Miwiafipl'l J TeouwaSa Depot, font Mam street, and a No.o r'uVEHMO.erSupt. 0. P. OAKLKY. A ... Uen'l Ticket Aa-ent. I'UBLIC LEDGER. Orllcn. No. 13 Madiwon Wtrnet I WUtjST L-IT Y 1 KCITL ATI OnI Wednesday Ev'ng. Sept. 12, 1S66 OUR ROUTES. We ore now making arrangements to roctcnd ull the routes on the Pdbmo Ledreb, and add new ones in the su burbs, by which we hope to be able to supply ull who may wish to tuke a cheap mid relia...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 12 September 1866

1 V . t ,,, . .... . V I - - . I tit. n t . il 1 .1 U I J J i t-uy (scrip u nuicijana Gets, t to uuyiuff tun CANDIDATES. TOBERT GOOD 13 A CANDIDATE FOR iOIt"M AVOK.-W. O, LOFEAND IS A A1 candidate for Majorat the ensuing election. Augusta. lStStt., autf . QTllWARUALDKEMAN.-THKVNbKK-O ginned being moat earnestly solicited ree- DBctlully announce! himself candidate for Alderman of Che 8U .t tti eomin eleo tion. (au4-tej MICnAiBLWllj.LAN1 TTERMA"55fU WAaD.-ATTHBSO- A. lioitatiun of many voters, the undersigned hereby announces himself a candidate for Al derman of the 8th Ward, and moat respectfully asks the support of the vo'eri of said ward at the ensuing election., . .,-,,, u4-t FRANK CUMMINGB. mo THK CITIZENS OK MEM PaUS.-GEN- X tleuien : 'Die time fixod by the charter for the election of Mayor having passed without an election, I now announce to you that I am (till ' a candidate fur the MnyoralOtfwhsn theeleetion dues come oft'. 1 am, rcspactlully, your ; te low ntiien. W. H. FERGU...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 12 September 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. OHico. No. 13 Madinon Mtrwet LABGKST CITY CIRCULATION BY TELEGRAPH, MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES LATEST FROM ALL QUARTERS President Johnson at Louisville Highly Enthusiastic Reception Interesting European Nes Kew YonK. Sentember 11. The Pre ident says one of the most stupendous frauds upon llie Government ever per petrated has just been developed in Brooklyn. It involves a New York firm. Two young wen took a contract for sup plies at a very low bidhaving previous ly entered into an engagement with Gov ernment officials in the Navy Yard to superintend the delivery of the goods for which they got receipts for three or four times the amount delivered, and got pay for them. In this way, during the four years, the Government bus been defrauded of over one million dollars. Information was given by one of the parties implicated, who has turned State's evidence. The case is under going further investigation. Louisville, September 11. The Pres idential patty have arrived in this city. ...

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

s. I J i f PUBLIC DIRECTORY. ADVERTISEMENTS AKE INSERTED IK thin Column at 76 eents a line per month. I JJAMSbl'KAM dK-IIOUSK-CORNER Alain and Molall r-speciai aiieuuon J 1 VRliOUK LKV IH. ATTORNEY AT LAW ' J7and bolicitor in Chancery. No. 280 Second street, (Htilliniin s Hlnck.l Miniphis. II L OOOTiS'AMj bllOKS MA UK TO ORDER J by V. llenmger. ' Madison it. ottice 13 Madison street. 11 )URK1S, JOHN K., CITY INSPECTOR. J Ollice ud blull', between Washington anil Adams street. -I rillEROT. LKONCf, DRUUUikiT AflD J Apothecary Vt) Main street. v a. lmv.-at-l.iiw. Kelden Building, lo Madison street. Meuinhis. Tenn. 64 S UAl. OIL. I. A MI'S. CHIMNEYS. TlN J ware, riuapa. Lard Oil, Lauterua, at 0. K. Preecott i Co- . M J eft or aim street. 711 llWMl.'UiIAI. HOTEL. COR. FRONT 4 J Jelferaon, Wheeler Bryann, ir'a. 17 nELAP A CO.. COTTON FACTORS, 2i Front street. Memphis. Tenn. J) 10K1NISON, J. W. BRo., COTTON Factors, 21(1 Front street. 22 H.iKlilk'llV. JIISRl'll. PRACTICAL V Plumber, (Jus a...

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

BOOKS ana STATIONERY 107 MAIN STREET WEB8TEB BLOCK. W. Z. MITCHELL, Dealor in School MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS A Fall SUok of Bihloa. HvmnBook. Prayer Book TeaUmenti, Juvenile Book. Novell. Maaonio Book, and Diploma. k LL OF WHICH ARK OFFERED AT Tlljt XI. IMWoa maraei rni Cavil and examine. our good. .13 MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE 11 A I Ii H O A I) . 52 MILKS SHORTER Th'an any Other Route fH) URENADA. JACKSON. VICKSBURfl 1 and New Orleans. Trains leave dully at 4;U5 p.m. Time to New Orleans 2o hours. H,,., ,.! Checked ThrousU. Through ticket! for tal at Miaaiiwippi and Tennessee Depot, foot Main street, and at Jo, S Jolforson street, under commercial nu n A. S. LIVERMORK. Uen'l Supt. C.P.OAKLEY. . , ... Hen'l Ticket Arent. 4-14 PUBLIC LEDGER. Oflice, No. 13 Madiaon Btreet 1 AUG EST CITY CIRCULATION. MKMPHIHi Thursday Evening, Sept. 13. 1866 OUR ROUTES.. We nre now making arrangements to extend all the routes on the Public Leiickb, and add new ones in the su liurlis, by which we hope to be...

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 September 1866

CANDIDATES. Y)OBERT GOOD IS A CANDIDATE FOR Jt Wharfmastorat the miuim election. liHJITMTYOk.-W. 0. LOFLAND IS A J: candidate for Mayor at the ensuing election. August ?UL. Ol'II WARD ALDERMAN. THKUNDER- 0 signed being inot earnestly solicited res pectfully announce himself a candidate tor Alderman of the V'afd at the romiM eleo- tiun. au4-tej MICHAEL WHKLAN. TLDRMAN B'fH WARD. AT THE 80 JY lioitation of many voter, the undersigned hereby announce himself a candidate lor Al derman of the 8th Ward, and most respectfully asks the support of the vo'or of said ward at theenjuin. """on. CUMMjNSg r" Wl7cTr 1 Z UN 8 O ;M E M P il I 8 .-0 E N - 1 tloinen: The tiuie fixed by the charter for the election of Mayor bavin pawed without an election, I now anuounoe to you that I am till at'iimlidute fr the Mayoralty when theeloction doe, come off. I am, ,r fulonr lel.ow- TO ' ADVERTISERS. , The Publio Ledger now bat by far the largest circulotion of ANY daily newspaper published in the State of Te...

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

l nnm Tl' T TTHflTD I I I 1 1 I I ) 11 Li V U Jj lie Office. No. 13 Madiwott Htpeot LAKUEST CITY CIRCULATION PMDETRT. These lines are pretty, and stump our young beginner " as thing- of promise.1 For the Public Ledger. "TOO LATE. " We wandered from the 'wildering dance Out 'nenth the starlight's tender glance, All in a blissful trance 'twould ieem. Both reveling in a sweet heart dream. Alone upon the balcony We wandered slow and ailentl, My glimmering dress, all trialing low, Peomed like a mass of starlit snow. The music, echoing o'er and o'er, Seemed like some fairy tale of yore ; I looked up my kuight to see. And found bis dark eyes watching nie. He said my trow was very fair And amber glistened in my hair s He knew no color for my eyes. But said they held deep mysteries. lie said my hand was small and while, And thought it an endenring sight To see it nestled on hisjrm. As though it feared the stare could harm. And thus we wandered to and fro, My white dress starlit trailing low....

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

1 PUBLIC DIRECTORY. AD VERTISEMENTS ARK INSERTED IN thin Column lit 76 edits a line per month. A1AMBXEAM Dffc-IIOUSKCORNER Main and MeOall sts. Especial attention aiven millinerv and dry koI storekeepers. 31 YiuuiitTU 1 lu'lk: A 'WIIUN VV IT L1W X) and (Solicitor in Chancery, No. 280 Booond treat. (Stillinnn's Work.) MuuiphU. 11 B OOTS AND BhOKS MADK TO ORDER by r. iiennlpor, u'v iMuiltsnn Ml. 1 tii.i... Ui.'liljU... ikl Hi 1 I liUll I'UU olliee hi Alauuniii street. 11 BURKE, JOHN E.i Office on blulf, be I Adauis streets. CITY INttPKCTOR weon Washington and 21 c HEROT. LKONOr, DKUuHJLST AND Apotbeeary 99 Main street. 31 1LAPP, VANCK & AN UKKSON, AT'l'OR J nr-at-Law. Kelden lluilding, 15 Madison reet, Moinphis, Tenn. fit 1oTlOIL. LAMPS. CHIMNEYS. T1N- Vj ware, bonus. Lard Oil, Lantern, at v. r Preaoott i Co. 's. su J etl'eraon street. lOMMKHni A l. I'lOTKI.. COR. FRONT J Jeffeon,Whclor A liryson, pro's. 17 DELAP CO., COTTON KAUTOR. 12 Front street. Memphis. Tenn, . 1.1 I vli'k'lK...

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

! I t ! l i t ( c I t c I r i; n a tl ei o tl it a' ; S, 18 iSs BOOKS and STATIONERY to maiw 8TIIEET WBBSTEB BLOCK. ( W. Z? MITCHELL, Dealer in . AB MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS A Full Stuck of utbioa. Hytrin Books, Prayer Books Teatamonts, JurenUe Bookt. Novels, t M.asouie Book. , and Diplomas. ALL OF WHICH ARE OFFERED AT THI Lowest Market Prices. , Call and MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE R A J 1. It O A 1). 53 MILKS SHOHTEH Tlian any Other Route rpo GRENADA, JACKSON. VICKSBIIRG I and New Orleans. Tnuni leave daily ai 4:l'a p.m. I im to ew .""".""is,, v. ii Checked Thwrngh. Through tickets for sale at Mississippi and Tennessee Depot, foot Main street-ami at k,S Jenorsou street, uniier viimm.rei. u. A. S. L1VERM0RE. Gen'l Supt. 0. P. OAK LEY. A 1 ... Oen'l Ticket Agent. 4 14 PUBLIC LEDGER. OtHce. No. 18 Maditton Htruet LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION. MKMPHIHi Friday Evening, Sept. 14th. 1866 OCK ROUTES. We are now making arrangements to extend bII the roiiten on the Public Leih:fr, fend add new ones in...

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 September 1866

f an til CANDIDATES. OBERT GOOD 18 A CANDIDATE FOR Wharfmaster el me ensuing election. - TTi-r.u w ii iivi.a"nTi IS A candidate fur Mayor at the euauing eleetion. A limit U. Wsi. auW 8TH WARD ALDERMAN. THE UNDER gigned beina uiuiit earnestly solicited tw pectiully announces himself a candidate fur Alderumn ol the 8th Ward at the coming eleo lion. an4-te) MICHAEL WHKLAN. A LDERMAN HTIi WARD. AT TUB 80 J. lioitatiuii of many voters, tbe undersigned hereby announous himself a candidate for Al derman ol'thoSlh Ward, and most respectfully asks the support of the vo'ers of said ward at the ensuing election. .,..,., au4-f PRANKCUMMINGS. l'x THE Ol'l'lZENSOF MEMPilIS.-GEN-J. tletnou : The time fixed by the charter for 4 IHB BIUUIHH1 ill mijui in, iuh 'M"W Biiuimi mi eleciiun, I now annnuni'e to you that I am still aoandidetel'urtheMaynriilty when the election oil'. X am, respectfully, your fellow W. 1. FKItOl'SON. doesoouie citifen SPECIAL CARDS. IH.SOTO I.smX( E AN 11 TRUST C03IPAN i OS" M...

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 September 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. i Office. No. 13 MadUon Htreet LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION POETRY. For th Public Lkrov.b.) HOHCOHHAH. Oh I Nonconnah stream of thsdows On thy margin ltd I lUnd; Longing for the distant meadows, Orth plowed end plsnted lend. Sad beside tliy theded waten- Oloomy memories flit fast; When our tons and tad-eyed daughters Oft across thy waters passed. Followed oft by crash of rifle, From the prowling hounds of war. Halting then, perchance to stifle' , Noble heart-blood flowing o'er. Lovely daughters, loving mother, ' Often sought (hy silent shore: Helping fathers, sons and brothers Fainting with the toils of war. . Barred it the soil around thee, ' Pressed to oft by hallowed feet ; ' Fitly hath the cypress bound thee: Well may shadows o'er thee meet. ' But, Nonoonnah, tho' the invader Marked the Southern line by thee, ' Never dared they-chief or raider Leave their banner floating free. Never on that lino they planted Flog staff to defy their foe Knowing well the never-daunted ...

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