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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 9 October 1866

5 i r a PUBLIC DIRECTORY. V liVERTISEMENTS ABB INSERTED IN .V iIm i.'nliiinn ni ' centr a line per month. IJa'mS fcTEAW DV K-YlOUfeE-CUHNfcli Main unrt MoCull u. Ibiiwiul attention k-ii'nn imilitiiMv uml dry miorfs store-keener, .it BAKIItrUK LEWIS. ATTORNEY AX LAW una Solicitor in Chancery, No. 230 becond Klratu (tytlliiijin't lllock.i Memphis. - - M " HH)t AND MIOUS MADE 10 ORDER I I hy K. U'-iinlmr. ti;i. Madison St. 43 jMGMSft I'hTEKriON. COAL DEALERS, ) i.it IS Mii.lii-ori street.- ;' H iHiKkt;. John b., erf y inc-pkctor. J I ii'h.oon biull, between Washington unl yV-nili" ylrecl-i. ' 47 Milv.l, GJiAriS AND yUKENriWARK, at M M.iinJ VoorhoiB A Patrick. - ft) mkliiiT. l.f.ONCi". DRUUUIST AND ( J AiiitW.vy UP-Main street. 84 'LAPP. VANCK ANDERSON, ATTUR- .j ncy-iit-l.uw. Seldou Building, 1j Madison eneoL Memphis. Tenn. W j'UIAt. (ill.. I. AM IN. CHIMNKYH. TIN OIL, I I r S.ullll t.i.l.ltlil 1 . Kl , I Hf iLl lit U.K. 1'infcotl A Co. . wjclfcrsnn street. 79 lOMMERClAL HOTEL. OUK. FR...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 9 October 1866

BOOKS and STATIONERY 107 MAIN 8XBEET WE 8BTEB ' BLOCK. ; .. W. 2. MITCHELL, ,,. Dealer in 1 SCHOOL MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS A Pull Stock of Bible. Hymn Book, . Prayer Books Teitamtnts, , Juvenile Book. Novel. Maaonio Book. and Diplomat;. LL OF WHICH ARK OFFERED AT TH8 A LowMt Market Prices. Call and iiH Our ViMHiB. MiSSiSSIPFl AM TENNESSEE BAlLHOA 53 MILES SIIOKTEH Than any Other Route rpO GRENADA, JACKSON. VICKSBURG 1 and Now Orleana. Tratna leave daily at 4:1)5 p.in. Time to New Orleans. 2b hours. Jrinisatie Checked .Throush. Through ticket for rale at MiBisaii and Tennene. Depot, foot Main street, and a No, 5 J.lieron.trt,LnderU.Smerc C. P, OAKLEY, . ... Gen'l Ticket A rent. I'UBIilC'l-EDGEIt. UtHce. No. 13 Madieon IStreet LAMEST CITY CIKClLATlONi " MKMHHISi Tuesday Evening, October 9, 1866 O0E TICKET.. ' ,1 We believe the friends of President Jonssos in this county are unanimous for Able and Colemau for the Legisla ture. If they do pot rrpresent the prefc erence of individuals, they ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 9 October 1866

CANDIDATES 1 FIR ALDERMAN.-WB AKE AUTHOR Ued to announce Dr. R. W. CRUGlirON a a eandidate for Aldermen of tbe flth Ward. at tue ensuing election. T?0R REPRBBKNTATIVK.-W. M. tiOM X? NELLY i o independent candidate lor U irmDUin.i'n ADLKRMAN OF FKCOND w akiv-ax the olioiltlou of man frjend, I an nounce myself a eandidate for Alderman of the Beyond Ward, promuvingto nil the position o the best of my ability, if sleeted. . I IV H a, t v i lOR ALDERMAN OV THIRD WARD, r We are authorised to announce h. W. WICKKRSHAM a eandidate for Alderman of the Third vra. Jiioouon i.nu iir. WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE tbenatne of THOMAS 0. SMITH ai a candidate for Alderman in the Seventh Ward. 1 EAR ti At I fflORIZED TO ANNOU N CK f 1 M. V. Jir.JiBjI lor vi-oriuau w in- tir i 1 v V' L-V Third VI I Ward, at the ensuing election. 1JH)B ALDERMAN. P. W. HKUMAKfl ' i a eandidate for Alderman of the Eighth JR TAX COLLKOTOR ON PI"Vib r ego. W. W. J0NE3 i candidate lor Til Collector on Privilege. Klectiou, ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 9 October 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. Orilce. No. 13 Madiaon Htreet LARGEST CIT CIRCULATION POETRY. For th Publio Ledger. FAITH AKP HOPE. ' ' TO , , He rosy bring many cloud Between the bright lun ind my heail; Bat down to the dust, I ean never be bowed, Till my clay cold form liei still in its shroud. And I deep with the dreamless dead. I steadily turn from sorrow. - " -As ateadily still it eomef on: ' The atom of to-day. is spent by to-morrow. Of yesterday's gloom I nertr will borrow. To tears, I cannot be won. Many a tempest may lash 1 Th hillnws. around my frail barque. But stern will, and fitin hand, wilt steer through the crash. And the wind may rave, and the billows may dash: With God's help, I'll row to my mark. From regret, peace havers afar Vrom tears, strength vanishes qnite. "Look up," and let Faith be the name of your star: Trim the lamp of bright Hope, whatever may bar. And yon will be guided aright. MIRIAM 'BY TELEGRAPH. MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES LATEST FROM ALL QIARTKBS Nkw Yonc, October 8. Gold...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 10 October 1866

PUBLIC DIRECTORY. A DVERTISKMENTS ARB INSERTED IN , A this Column nt 7r omit a tine per month. 1 4 UAMSbTEAM L5f K-IIOUSE CORN EH J Alain anil MoCull Bin. Especial attention given millinory and dry goods storekeepers. &7 iAHUOUR LKW1S. ATTORNEY AT LAW A) and Solicitor in Chancery, No. 280 Second stroct, (rltillnian'i Dlock.) Moinphis. :i7 HOTS AND bllOKS MADE TO ORDER ny l , u milliner. VS Alailinon t. 4.1 KlUWd Jr. r'tTERhON. COAL DEALERS oince w Muuison street. eV " V . . - . .. , .. u i. . ' I V. . . .MVJ V1V l) Ollice on blun, between Washington and A lams street. 47 - 1HINA. OLAfSS AND OUKENSWARK. at V ITS Main t. Voorheis Jr Patrick, i B8 illKltiVr. LKONCK. DRUOOIST AND j Apothocaiy DHMalu street. ' id 7 iLAl'P, VANCE it ANDEKbON. A1TOR ' j tiu.v-at-I.Hw. Kelden lJuilihne. 15 Madiaon neat, Memphis. Tenn. - 62 J IOAI. OIL. LAMPS. CIHMNKY8. TIN V J ware. Ssoans, Laid Oil, Lanterns, at 0. V. 1'iescott A Co. s, 40 J etiorson street. W f 10MMKRCIAL HOTEL, COR. FRONT 4 J JelK-rs...

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 October 1866

BOOKS and STATIONERY 107 MAIN STREET WEB8TEB BLOCK. W. Z. MITCHELL, Dollar in C) II O O I 10 MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS A Full Stock of Bible, Hymn Book. FroerBook Testament. Juvenile Booka, Novel. Masonlo Booka, and Diploma. LL OP WHICH ARK OFFERED AT TH j Lowest Market Prices Villi IUU Wiiiuim our roods. Si. mimsikkipim AMI TENNESSKB UAII-HOAI). 52 MII.KB SHORTER Than any Other Route mO GRENADA, JACKSON. VICK8BURG 1 and flew uricana. riu. -4-05 p.m. Time to New Orleans 20 hour. liuKCase Chocked TUrouKli. Through tickeU for sale at' Mississippi an Tennessee Depot, foot Wain street, and at No. CP. OAKLEY, . Oen'l Ticket Agent. 4-14 PUBLIC LEDGER Office. No. 13 MadlBon Htreet LAMEST CITY CIKCILATIOX. M KM PHlSi Wednesday Evening. Oct. 10. 1866 THE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT, It i announced that the New Orleans Picayune half taken ground in favor of - the Constitutional amendment, ana mat the Time is to follow in the same di rection. The motive fof this course is not apparent If wisely taken, ...

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 October 1866

) f ? il ! CANDIDATES. WE ARB AUTHORIZED TO An nounce J. W. FISHER, "J -candidate for Aldrrmn of the Fourth Ward, at tbo eu- mg election. WE ARB AUTHORIZED TO AN nouncaBEN. Q. GARRETT as e,enr,dl data fur Wbarfmaiter, at the eniuing eleo lion. K A AUTHORIZED TO AN nnnnoe WM. O'HERfl aa a oandioate for Alderman of Bovgnth Ward, it tba ensuing election. WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO AN nounceR. V. BUI.1M1 an a candioate l.ir Ahlenuan of IheFourth Ward, at the eniu iittr election. V7rARK AUTHORIZED THAN V nnunoeM. E.COCHRAN oa a candidate lur Alderman of the Second Ward. TwAItKl.MAS.-WE ARE AUT1I0R V ined to unnounca l)r. R. W. CRF.IOHTON us a eandidatn for AMeruiiin of the flth Ward. lit the ensuing election. 1 'e i-'OKH KKVKBsKNTATtVK. W. M- COX I NELLY is an Independent candidate tr Representative. Read hic rcnjKr. te ,"aDL1.R.vTaN OF SECOND WARD. AT the solicitation of many friends. I an nounce my-elf ii. mindiilata for Alderman ot rtie riei-ohd Ward, promising to All the portion iho bent o...

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 October 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. Otllco. No. 13 Madinon fetrttjt IAUGKST CITY ( IRn i ATlON BY TELEGRAPH. MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES LATEST FROM ALL QUARTERS Niw Obliass. October 9. Cotton un ohanRnd; io1ei. 1400 bales; low middling 85 SGe. Gold 14GJ. The C0UinB diaaster of the steam abip Eastern Star ia the ohlef topic on the itreetn. ' The entire community were deeply moved by the intelligence. A crevasso ia imminent a few wiles above the city in Jefferson Parish. Should the river swell two or three feet more, and the levee remnin in its present broken condition, the city is threatened with flood. A State Engineer has been sent to look after it New York, October 9. Gold, 14!1 10.40s, .9!) ; coupons, fls, 1121; cotton dull, sales of MOO bales at 338c. Thurlow Weed announces to-day in the Timet that he supports the Democratic nomination for Governor of New York, and he prefers to act with the Demo cratic party rather than tho Radicals, from whose ascendency he fears the worst results for the country. The ra...

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 October 1866

t vki-'"tw .,'" v-wv'1 PUBL1CD1RECTQRY. i DVERTISKMENTS ARKINBERTEDIN J. I hi. Column i '"' a P uiHuvu. t Muin end AloUUl sis. iMpeoiai aiuiui iven millinery and lry goods storekeepers. IkAKBOVH LB JViS. IS ..nA Kollmlj.r In Chi ATTORNEY AT LAW ancery. No. 280 Second street, (Stillmau's Block.) Memphia, 37 TmiOTS AND filiOUtTMADK TO ORDKK J i hv K. Dnnirr. !4 Madison it. 13 f iM k. V KTK.UKuN. COAL DEALERS !! ce 13 Madison street. m vltltUK. Jillltf K.. CITY INSPECTOR, 1) Otlioc on bluff, between Wuihingtou an ml Adams streets. 47 CI HI Nil ;178M uTlNA, liLAfSS AND liUKENSWAKE, at JitsMaiDBt. voqrnew ratrica. HKR"0T7 LiONCK. DRUUlilSI . t8 c AND APOtucory w main mraw, at -? .i:.A.r. T .l .;jf.l.;i,j ..lilA, 1 LAf r, VAUtB AH utttiiun. n iiyi O oeya-at-Law. Selden Building. 15 Madison street, wempnia, lenn. riOAL OIL, LAMPS. C'lllMNEYri 62 TIN" wars, Soaps, Liud Oil, i,anirn, at u. trctcott a l-o. a. io di ncrson strcwi. u 7"Wvi i i,: lull a I. "TlnTKI.. COR. i'kllNT A I .Idle-sou. W...

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 October 1866

MISSISSIPPI AX TENNESSEE RAILROAD. 53 MILKS SHORTER Than any Other Route mo GRENADA, JACKSON. TISWIBO 1 and New Orleann. 'I'rninl leave daily at 41)5 p.m. Tim to Now Orleans, 2 hours.-, liaiicatte CJUecked tfliroush. Through tickets for ml t Misiiml TnnS.o. Depot, foot Wain street, and at No. 5 Jefl.rson .tree, Aj C.P.OAKLEY, . . , 14 PUBLIC LEDGER: Otllce. No. 13 Madison Htraet LAEGEST CITY CIRCULATION MMMPHISl Thuieday Evening, Oct. XI. 1BG6 NEW ENGLAND PROFLIGACY. rri. c :ki,i MnimsrhuseUs. Uni gays that "sensualism," in all its most beastly una a.Kgu& nrtiiiiTArv. ih on the rftpit increase in nil our New England cities end towns, and nobody can blink it out p v. '.1..... Anni vmlonOA to hlS 01 Slgni wimuui, uuiuh Lnnwlsilrrn nnd sincerity. If the Union had expressed the whole troth in regard to that section, it would not have omitted so prominent a met it ,wCt tpnrlenev to infidelity. Licen tiousness finds its base in disbelief of the binding force of those moral maxims in c...

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 October 1866

I i 1 CANDIDATES. T B. MOSELEY IS aCandidatk foe l . Tax Collector on Privileges. Election, Saturday, October 13. 1866. Vl?Ij AHE AUTHOKI,Kl To AN V nouneeJ. FISHER a. .candidate for Aldrrman of tho Fourth Ward, at tha ensu- WK ARK AUTHORIZED TO AN "ounce BEN. G. GaKKKTT as aeandl lute for Wberfinaster, at tba ensuing elec liop. ; " Wa AHK AUTHORIZED TO AN notwoe WM. O'HERN M a candidate for Alderman of Seventh Ward, at the ensuing Viei'UUII. E ARE AUTHORIZED TO AN nnunce R. P. HOLI.1MJ as a candidate fur AMonnan of the Fourth Ward, at the ensu ing elaHiou. Tim AKK AUTHORIZED TO AN W munce M. E. COCHRAN us a cuudidate for Alderman of the Scoond Ward. X)K A L 1) t K M A N . W B A R E A 1 1 THO R V ixed to annou.ic Dr. R. W. CREIGHT ON us a candidate lor Alderinun of the Oth aril, ui ihn enmiiiie election, te i;OK RKPKBSKNTATIVK.-W. M; CON I NELLY is an indei.endent candidate (or RtpruyeiHative. Road his circular. tej- A dlYrman OK SECOND WAIID.-AT JY tho solicitation of ninny friends...

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 October 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. Offico. No. 13 Madlton Mtroet LAHfiEST CITY CIRCULATION BY TELEGRAPH. MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES New York. October 10. Gold, 150. 6-20 of '65, 110 ; 10-40's, 99f . Cotton active; sale of 4500 bales middling at 38 to 40c. The Manhattan, from Vera Crnz the BOth via Havana the 5th, has arrived It was reported at Vera Cms that Maxi milian had taken a strong stand again in relation to retaining his empire, and that the French money was on its way to him, and that the French troops Will remain to support him. Fortress Monroe, October 10. The steamer Sorngosa, from Charleston for Now York, arrived this afternoon, with the schooner Mary Meeker in tow. ghe renorted finding her off Hatteras, flying niimnls of distress. The schooner was from Mobile, with a general cargo. She reports a hnrricBiie commenced en the 2d, blowing with terrific violence, sweep ing overboard everything on deck, car rying away the rudder and jib boom. On the 0th it moderated. At 7 o'clock Rhe signaled the steam...

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 October 1866

PUBUCPIRECTORY. TdVERTISEMKNTS ARK IN8ERTKD IN A this Column at 7.i centa a line par month. rriTAMSKAM DK-110UBI-OOKNER A Mn aad MeCaJI U. Especial attention iiveu millinwy and dry goods storekeepers, til VrKiliTUR'LltWIS. ATTOKNKV AT LAW li.ud l Bolioitor in cUioery. No. 280 Second reot, iStillinan's Ulnca.) Momphis. 67 J by Hwnniger. tH Wtuiiaon ft. 43 HjTTuS PETERSON, COAL DEALERS, otlico 13 jriauiaon iirwv. cw ICTthKK. JOHN K.. CITY INSPECTOR. J ) Office nil bluff, between Washington ami Adams streets. 47 7(111 N A, ULASB AND QUiSENSWARK, at O 178 MiMBjrt Voorhois Patrick. 88 i-lllKKlVj.'. LEONCli, DRUUU1ST AND J Apothecary WMain street. 84 77LAPP. VANCK k ANDERSON. ATTOR j noys-at-Law. Helden Building, 15 Madison street. Meinphia, Tenn. Oil COAL OIL, LAMM, CHIMNEYS. T1N ware. Soaps, Lard Oil, Laiilurns, at 0. K. Vrescou x uo. s. su i enerson streoi. v 10MMEKC1AL HOTEL, CUll. FKON'A' 7 J enerson, n heeler A ilryaon, roi, 43 1) KLAP ft CO.. COTTON FACTORS, 21 J Front street. Mera...

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

MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE RAILROAD . em; S3 MILES SUOBTEB Than any Other Route fTO GRENADA. JACKSON. VICKSBURa 1 and New Orleans. Trains leave duly at 4:05 p.m. Tim to New Orleans, 2H boon. tlL., flliecUed Throuilll. mv . 1 - ViuiMlntll Uld Tennesee Depot, foot Main street, and at Ho, JeuersOB street, unuer vummcivi -- A. S. LIVERMORK. Gen'l bupt. M . WT ' Oen'l Ticket Agent. 4-14 PUBLIC LEDGER. Ofll xi. No. IS Madiaon Street LARGEST CITl CIRCULATION MEMPHIHt Friday Evening, October 12. 1866 OUB POSITIOH. , One point t issue in the three States that voted on Tuesday was made by the President f It was very simple it was only "thirty-six States." This was de cided against fcim, and Congress, that recoguizes only twenty-five States, is sustained. If the elections yet to take place shall result in the same way, no argument will be necessary to prove that the Southern States are not members of the Union. The fact will be apparent and undeniable. It is only a State that is entitled to ful...

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 October 1866

o i 0 CANDIDATES. WE ARR AVTHORIZEDTO ANNOCNCB JOHN E. B0WEN a candidate for City TBS l.ll CCtOr. r.ieouon up-hi,fhw . 7B7M0SELBY 18 A CANDIDA TK XOK J. I'ax Ooinlor on Pnvilcgos.. Election, iiriThis authorized to Y pounce J.W. FISHER, u a candidate for Aldrruian ol the Fourth Ward, at the ensu ing election iirB ARK AUTHOHIZBU TO AN ( V nounooBEN. O GaKKETT as aeatidi rlnte for Wharluiaster, at the tniumg elec- ItfE ARK AUTHOKIZBU TU AJS- notinee WM. O'HKRN u a candidate fur Alderman of Seveutn Ward, at the ensuing vircuoii. 11K ARE AUTHORIZED TO AN- liounceR. P. ROLLING lis a candidal fur Alderman of the Fourth Ward, at the enau- tng election .ri ARB AUTHORIZED TO AN- nounoe M . K. COCH R A N aa a candidate fur Alderman of the Second Ward. TJoit alDkrman.-w'earXaiithoR- r ited lo annouuce Dr. R. W. CRE1GH ION a a candidate for Alderman or the. 6th V. ard, i I has 1 a II in AifaAllftn. , I '0 It KKPRESKNTATIVK. W. M- tw I NELLY ia an independent candidate tor Representative. Bend hi...

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 October 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. OfBce. No. 18 Madison Htreet liARflEST CITY riRCrLATION POETRY. For th Publls Ledger.l - , , A MEBOBY. ; There l a little cottage In the dear old long wo. Where o'er the fairy porches The roioa uied to grow. , Ahl lovelior than a palace, - With iU grandly gilded halla, I, tbia cherished little homestead. With iLi quaint and sunlit wall. ; 'Ti a rlsion ot the many Fleeting, traniient Joya of earth, Thii home with all the happy heart! That clustered round the hearth ; Where firrt we learned to worship God, on a bended knee, And turned In childish aorrow ' "- For loving eyropathy. . We were a merry, joyous band. Each sister and each brother, Led on by the gentle'hand Of a sweet and sainted mother. . Life had no care or shadow. For each yonng trusting heart ; We knew not In the future ; Each bore a ptinful part. Together, then, we met the world. And down life's turbid tide, ... Oh. gently we were wafted ; And ever aide by aide, Until the chain was loosened- The links brok...

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 October 1866

( ( PUBLIC DIRECTORY. ---f ADVERTISEMENTS ARB INSERTED IN thin Column nt 75 cents a line per month. ADAMS rvFlCAM DYK-llOUBK-CORNER Main and MoOall at. Especial attention mvAn miilinitrv and drv Hoods storekeepers. I7 ARBOUR LKWlti, AiiUUn a I Al bAW 13 and Solicitor in Chancery, No. 280 becond i 1 root. Stillman b UlocK.I fflenipun, 87 O0T.1 AND elllOtCS MADE TO OKDEK hv r. Hintnger. Aiauison o B HltJUS 4 I't.TEKSUN. COAL D-.ALKRK, uhVe 13 Madison street. 69 lUKKE, JOHN E.. CITY INSPECTOR. ' I J utlioeon blutf, between Wavhingtou and Aitains streets. 47 C1II1 NA. OliASS AND yUKKNciWAKK, AT 17H Main at. Voorhois tfc Patrick. Bfl tWEKo'J LKONCl'. DilUUUltjT AND y Apothecary 99 Main streot. M . lLAPP, VANCK" AN DKHSON, ATTOK J noya-at-Law. Seldeu Building, 15 Madison trniit.MeinolHI.Tenn. Hi CMML OIL. LAMPS. CHIMNEYS. T1JN ) ware, floaps, Laid Oil, Lau torus, at 0. r. p rescott a Co. s. 40 J effersnn street. ' 10MMKRCIAL HOTEL, COR. FRONT A J Jetlerson. Wheeler A Bryson, pro's. U DKLA...

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 October 1866

MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE RAILROAD 52 MILES SHOBTEH Than any Other Route riiO GRENADA. JACKSON, TICKBBOKg 1 and New Orleans. Traint taw daily at 4:05 p.m. Time to New Orleans. hours. liftSffaiie Checked Through. Through ticket for sale at MWmIpp' " Tennessee Depot, foot Main atreet, and at No.5 A. H. L1VERMORK. O.P.OAKLKY. 4-14 PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. 13 Madiaon Ktreet LARWEST CITY CIRCULATION MKMPHlHl B.tmiiii Bvan's. Ootobtx 13. 1866 ADVANTAGES OF TXXAS. When the war closed, many people in the South fearing low of property and persecution, went to Mexico, Brazil and other countries. Only a few months elapsed before they came away disap- nointed in hope and ruined in lortune. And so the Brazilian and Cordova fevers are subsided. But another fever, purely national, has accurred. Texas, once an independent republic, after that a State of the Union, and now a conquered province, has become the new Canaan, It does not, like the old, flow with milk and honer. It flows with cattle not...

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 October 1866

f . CANDIDATES. WE ARK AUTHORIZED TO i ANNOUNCE JOHN H. HOWEN a candidate for City Tax Collector. Election to-morrow. T B. MOSELKVIS A CANDIDATE FOR I . Tax Collector on Privileges. Election, Saturday. October 13. 1M6. K AKK AUTHORIZED TO AN nounoe J. W. FISHER as a candidal, for Aldrrman of the Fourth Ward, at the ensu- lug election. K ARK AUTHORIZED TO AN nounceBEN. 0 (JARKETT as aoandi dute for Wharlmaster, at the ensuing sloe- tin. K ARE AUTHORIZED TO AN Bounce WM. O'HERJJ u a candidate for Alderman of Seventh Ward, at the enauinc elcctiou. , i TrK ARE A.UTHORIZKD TO AN- nouuee R. P. JtOLUMl as a candidate fur Alderman of the Fourth Ward, at the eusu iric election. . W- K ARE AUTHORIZED TO AN nounoe M. E. COCH RAN aa a oandldato for Alderman of the Second Ward. t-RTLDKRMAN.-WE ARB AUTHOR 1 iied to announce Dr. R. W. CREIGHTON aa a candidate for Alderman of the 6th n am, at the ensuing election. l7"0R BKPRkNTATlV.-W.M- t'ON P NELLY ia an indcDendent candidal for Representative. R...

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 October 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. Office, No. 13 Madison Htreot r - I.tKHKST CITY CIRCULATION BY TELEGRAPH, MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES A r rwnlior 12 A fire .1 . j 4..iJ ik thron unrter HUH mOrillllK UOSHJ rr - stories of the building on the corner of Canal and Crassman streets, uvuuH.o by K. H. nogan. jum, wiv. NkwYobk, October 12. Gold, 150; 5-20',113i; treasuries, lOGi. Philadelphia, October U. The leg islature elected stands as follows : Senate Republicans, 34; Democrats, .to. 35. The Republican majority on a joint ballot is do. . . . ..f nii.n.. 1 9 Thn United States Circuit Court met yesterday at Trenton, N. J., but adjourned for the term, in accordance with the opinion of Chief Justice Chase, that the Circuit Courts can not le neia uui -sienment of circuits is made. The heavy rain which commenced on the 10th still continues. The quantity r l:.u follan ! o t t mnril 1 II Rr V. 01 rain wniuu um . ---i and the damage in many instances have been very serious. Hon. D. W. Middleton, Clerk of the United Stat...

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