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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 1 November 1866

COMMISSION. PUBLIC DIRECTORY. A DVERTISEMKNTSARE INSERTED IN V thin Column at 7ft ranli a line per uiontn. HARBOUR LEWIS. ATTORNEY AT LAW uml Kolioitor in Chancery. No. 280 Boooinl street, (Stilluian 1 Ulook.) Memphis. tit moi'S AND BliOKS MADE TO OKDb'K D by F. Ilnniiiirer, K Madiaon it. on 1UUUS A FKTEKSON. COAL DEALERS, ollioe 16 Madiaon atreot. - ey BURKE, JOHN E., CITY INSPECTOR, Otlioe on blull. between Waabiuutou awl Ailaina streets. 7;i IlilNA, liLAh.N AN 1 QUE ENb WAKE, at V 178 Alain at. voorneta i'amr. 8 ' neya-at-Law. Selden Building. 15 Madiaon street. Memphis, Tenn. Hi iuAL OIL. 1. AMI'S. CHIMNEYS. TIN ware, Soaps, Lard Oil, Lanterna, at 0. F. Preacott A Co. 8. 4U J efferaon atreet . i u COMMERCIAL tfOTEL. COR. FRONT A y; Jetteraon, WheelerA Bryaon, pro'a. HJ TELAP CO;, COTTON FACTORS, 212 U Front street. Mempbil. Tenn. vlt.'KIMSON J. W. 4 HKO.. COTTON I Factors. Jtlrf Front street. 76 l.M.ANNMkV. .IIIKKPH. PKACT1UA V Plumber, (iasand ttteain Pipe Filter, Wt seoona str...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 1 November 1866

i t r t ': ! i : i MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE BAILKyAU ft!l RHX12S SUOllTEK Than any Other Route " fo URKNADA, JACKSON. VICKSBlJRa nd r"w unoan. rum . T Through tickets i for sale et M''lnS Tuiiihim ueuoi, loot main C. P. OAKLEY. . PUBLIC LEDGER. Oirloo, JVo. 18 .MfcdiMop feHreet LARGEST CITY CIRCILATION - MKMPHISi: Thursday Evening, Nov. 1, X3C6 NOVEMBER. 5 The three months of August, Septem ber and October were a scourge to we city of Memphis. A a epidemic walked our streets and skw hundreds of our people. We all thought that if the cool season would only come, we should re sume once more the march of life oyer - the wrecks of death then heaped Uroiind us. But the moments paid no heed to ! the prayer of broken hearts, and pitied not the white fear that sat upon the brow of beauty, of youth, of taanhood, and of age. Slowly, to the toll of fu neral bells, they marched. The sun beamed flames when the clouds did not pour down their hot floods. The doctors told ns that they could smell ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 1 November 1866

SPECIAL CARDS GAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, . Banking House 19 Madison St. This Inilitutitm, organised in 1856, has been in continuous and successful operation for tho past ten yean. It continues to transact a GENERAL EXCHANGE AND BANKING BUSINESS. ' Will receive Deposits, Bur and Sell foreign & Domeitlo Exchange, Gold, Silver and Uncurrent Money. SELLS Exchange In tunii to suit purchasers, on London ahd all the leading cities of the United States, and will make collections on all accessible places In the South and West. E. M. AVERY, Cashier. 101 JOHN 0. LAMKK, President TO ADVEIITIHKHH The Public Lkd(ikk now has by far the largest circulation of ANY daily newspaper published in the State of Ten nessee, and ofTerB, therefore, advantages to advertisers not possessed by any other journal in the Stale. This it a fact which should not be lost sioht of by the advertising public. PUBLIC LEDGER. Oflice. No. 13 Madison (Street. AMD TRUST COMPANY, OV MEMPHIS. TKNN. Offi...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 1 November 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. OtHost. No. 13 Madiioo Street LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION POETRY ' PASTED. It is twenty years since my love and I Stood together, bund in nan". To say farewell in the chestnut woods. While the spring came o er the laud. The erase bnrst up from the quickening earth And the buds on the hawthorn bonih. And the bird, were Mtir on the linden tree. And they nni they nevar ain bow. And out of the wood came the low, clear rail, Of a blackbird on her nost ; And my love had violets in her eyes, And a primrose on her breaet. , Tor twenty year It has stayed with me. The scent ol mat pniiiro." i.. . . And the light that shone out ot tear Mled e es, Like tne eyes oi a uj m win.. And the blackbird's call yet rings in my ear, Whenever the spring days rue: And forever as clear a in by-gone days, In the light of my darlmi s eyes. BY TELEGRAPH. MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES Liverpool, October 20. Cotton steady ; sales of 10,000 bales miduMini uplands ot .Lid; brendstufls, firm; lard iiiwiiaiip:p1. '...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 2 November 1866

PUBLIC DIRECTORY. ADVERTISEMENTS ARK INSERTED IN thin Column at 7,i eenui ajine perjnontb. IVaRBOUK LEWIS, ATTORNEY AX LAW I) and Solicitor in Chancery, No. 280 Boond street, IKtiUinani Ulook.) Memphis. 63 "TC.I.iVJ" i'mii kiuovk M i ni To fiR ttKR br F. Henniger. "KMediaon at. 6U DtiiGS jo miwiiBun irvvi. ' HURKK. JOHN E.i CITY INSPECTOR. ItllinAnn kluff. KnlwAnn Wsuhmrton and Ailarnn Html 73 c lUlN A, ULAS8 AND QUEENSWARK AT i 171 tUutn . VnnrhMifl Jk Pntrick. HH LAPP, VANCE A ANDERSON. ATTOK V ney-at-Law. Seidan Building, 15 Madiaon atreeL Mcninhia. Tenn. 62 WAL OIL. LAMPrf. OUI41NKY8, TlN j ware. Soaps, Lard Oil, Lanterns, at 0. F. Preacott 1 Co- a. 41 J efleraon atreet. ' 7v "COMMERCIAL HOTEL. COR. x ROW i lj JeUereon, Wheeler Bryaon. pro's. W 1VKLAP JTEO- COTTON FACTORS, 2l5 J Front street. Memphis, Tenn. M I vUjifTifSON, J. W. 4 BRO., COTTON I I 1.-,r. 2111 Front atreet, ' " 1.UANNERY. JOSEPH, pkaciiuai. 1? Plumber. Uasaud Steam Pipe litter, Ul'A Second atreet. cor, of JeBomo...

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

MHS1SSUTI"A5 TENNESSEE - KAIL.RO 53 JIILKH SUOKTEB Than any Other Ilcmte riio GRENADA. JACKSON. VlCKSBURa ; I mud Now Orleans. Trains leave Uaily t 1..U1. Tiin to N ew Orleans, our. Through ticket for sa at Toniiaeaoa Depot, loot mum p.!-. CP.OAKl.fiy. , , 4 11 PUBLIC LEDGER. Otflre, No. 18 Madinon Mtrcet LAltOl'ST "CITY CIUCILATION MKMPHIHi Evening, Not. 2, Friday 1866 AT HOME AND ABROAD. We are in the midit of three great na innal PTjitcmpni. Between these, the popular wind finds food tor thought and - ihpmo far talk. The Fenian trials id Canada have produced the most tremen: dous passion ia thia country among the friends of Ireland, and, if the accounts we see of preparation be correct, serious conflict, is not distant ; The , Government of this country may become involved, as it isentirely probable that Canadian venjoance wreaked upon Fe nian prisoners, will overstep the bounds of justice and commit some act of hos tility that may require redress. All the address the Provincial ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 2 November 1866

JIPECJALJCARDS. J UATOSO SAYINGS INSTITUTION. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, i. Banking llouse 19 Madison St. This Institution, organised In Ufifl, has bun In continuous and successful operation for th past ten yoaw. It continues to transacts GENERAL EXCHANOD AND , , BANKING BUSINESS. ' Will receive Deposits, Buy and Bull Foreign &'Domeitlo Exchange, Gold, Stiver and Vneurrcnt Honey. BELLS Exchange in sums to suit purchasers, on London and all the leading citiea of the United butei, and will make eolleationi on all accessible placet in the Mouth and Wit. K. M. AVERT, Casliler. ! 101 JOHN 0. I.AN1KK, President - AlD j TRUST CO 31 l'iVIN Y, OF MEMPHIS. TEflN, Office, Desoto Blook Madiaon St Capital...... r...3T.........300,00O, MiHIS COMPANY INSURES AGAINST X loss by t ire. Marine buu ini Direotors-Wm. M. Farrington, W. B. Oal brailh. W.B. Ureenlaw. 0. W. Ooyer. J. J Bawling.. fr&.nffigi0N&?. ,T.O LONSDALE, Eec'y. Ml. FOR SALE. 1?0R SALE CITV SCRIP, IN Bianiu suit purchasers, at No. ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 2 November 1866

PUBLICLEDGER Office. No. IS MwllMn HfcrexH LABSEST CITY CI2CCLATI0S ... i. ' BY TELEGRAPH. - -i , 1 m MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES Baltimore, Not. L GoTernor Swann went to Wuhinetoa thii evening. The Secretary of State has issued an official a otic ia akick, after reciting the ' charfresj sucsiaun tie Commissioner! by the Cornaw, aaj that having carefully ruosiriVred all th testimony deduced for , and against then, and being fully satis fied after mature deliberation' that the aid complaint is well founded, and that it is bis duty lo remove said toramia their office as Commis sioners of the Board of Police for Balti more city, for official misconduct, and that he does adjudire and declare that the said Samuel Hinds and Nicholas L. Wood are hereby removed from office. There is some excitement on the streets to-night, and there has been sev eral nersonal encounters. One man was badly beaten and earned into the bead Quarters of the Republican party. It is not yet ascertained who are the - new C...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 3 November 1866

PUBLIC DIRECTORY. ADVERTISEMENTS ARE INSERTED IN thin Column at 75 pent a lint per month. B ARMOUR LEWIS. ATTORNEY AT LAW and Solicitor In Chancery. No. 280 beoond trout. (Htillinun'e Block.) Memphis. W OOTS AND SHOES MADK TO ORDER hv k. iiaiiniffer. w. maaison su u KIUU8 k PETERSON, COAL DEALERS, ollico !) jHHaiBonHirvei. BUKKE. JOHN E., CITY INSPECTOR. Ofliooon bluff, between Washington and Adams ntroets. 73 o 111INA, ULAriK AND QUEENS WARE, at ITS Mam it. voorneisa ratnuit. no CLAPP. VANCE tc ANDERSON. ATTOR-ney-at-Law. Selden Building, 15 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn. OH C VoaIToil. LAMPS. CHIMNEYS. TiN J wuro. Soaps, Lard Oil, Lantern, at 0. Jr. Prescott k C'o-'h, 4u Jefferson street. 79 COMMERCIAL HOTEL. COR. FRONT Jefferson. Wheeler Bryson, pro'i. W ELAP A CO., COTTON FACTORS. 213 Front street. Memphis. Tenn. " I) ICKINSON, J. W. A BRO.. COITOJi Factors, ziu rront street. 1 TANNERY. JOSEPH. PKAUIIUAij 1 Plumber. Uai and Steam Pipe Fitur, Hi'A Beeoml street. cor, of Jetlerson...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 3 November 1866

'SilSSlSSirfl AXl TENNESSEE H I T It () A U a! B2 MILLS SHOB1EH Than any Other Rout TlV) URKNADA. JACKSON. VICKfiBliRO I and New Orleaus. Trams leave daily at i-Uj n.iu. Time to Now Orleans 2 hours. W.KC"K Checked .'hroutrl. Through ticket for sale at Miraissil'I'i and Tennessee Depot, Lot M ain street, and at N o. 6 C-P-Ofe.., 4-14 PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. 13 lM.adia.on Hti-eot LARGEST CITY CIHCCLATION. . JUKMPHlHl Saturday Evening. Nov. 3. 1866 BROUGHT TO JUSTICE. Conovkb, the infamous, has been ar rested in New York and carried to Wash- inirton. Ho is the villain who gave se cret testimony before a Congressional committee in regard to the assassination imbroglio. He is the villain who pro cured one Roberts to swear to a false statement with the view of convicting Mr. Davis of complicity in the assaasi nation of Mr. Liscoi.v. He is the villain who has been used by the worst men that ever disgraced official position. He is the villain who should be tried for Lis crimes, and, if f...

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

S P ECIAL CARDS. GAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION. MUM PHIS. TENNKS'SKE, nankins House 1 Madison St. Tit. T-.iliolinn. organised in 1K56. ha boon In euntlnuou and tuooeaaful uporation for .n.f in voara. It cbntinuos t transact a the nrwTinAI, EXCHANGE AND BANKING BUSINESS. Will receive Deposits, Buy and Belt Foreign & Domestlo Exohang iinid. Silver and Uncut-rent Money 8 ELIS Exchange in niini to rait purchaser. on Lnndin ahd all tbe leading citie or ' lluitod State, and will make colloctlona on the all accessible placo in the South and West. V M 1VKUV. CftRlllcr. 101 JOHN (!. LANIKtt, President. lMiSOTO ISSUANCE AHD TI1TJHT COM PANY, OF MEMPHIS, TENN. Offioe, Desoto Blocks Madison St Capital......... 4300,000 'VIUS COMPANY INSURES AGAINST X loss y e. Murine ana iuy j.. Directors-Win. M. lfrrin;u, W. B. Gal hraiili. W.1J. Urcenlnw. p. 'V-Goyer. J. J Kawlinaa. Z. P. Bowles and C. II. Church. " " VVM. W. FA1UUNUT0N, l'rcs't. T. 0 LONSDALE. Scc'v. Ml . TXR BALK. ANY ONE WITH SUFFI purcha...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 3 November 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. 13 Madison Htreet LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION BY TELEGRAPH. MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES LATEST FROM ALL QUARTERS Baltimobc, November 2. Jas. Young and Wm. 0. Vallient have been commis sioned as new Police Commissioners, and were sworn in before Judge Norton of the Superior Court There was no oppo sition thereto. The counsel for the Com missioners decided that they would offer no impediment to their taking the oath. The old force yet remains on duty, and the stations are thoroughly guarded. All is quiet, but much interest is manifested us 'to the issue. Mr. Young was Presi dent of the late Conservative convention. The latest reports in regard to the tipwlv nnDointed Commissioners is that they will make a final demand to morrow morning for the surrender to them ot all tl. station-houses and other property, together with arms, etc., belonging to the force. This demand, it is further said will bs supported and enforced by the sheriff with a large posse. It is under stood...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 5 November 1866

COMMISSION. If' 5 ft PUBLIC DIRECTORY. ADVERTISEMENTS ARK INSliRTED IN thia (.'nlutrn nt 7fl cent ajina pernonth. t.Tnin, 1 i.-UM,: lT'PfillUV iTl Htf I) and Solicitor in Chancery, No. 280 booond street, isnllimtn's block. ) Memphis, (ii HUTS Aisl SliUK.S MAD1S TO OKDKK hv r. linniKcr. v nutaiBon si. w B HIiiOH I'KTcUtSOM, COAL DKALL'KK, llico 13 Mudinon street. ru IUKIiK. JOHN K.. CITY INSPECTOR. Xt Oliicoon blull, between W aahiutium anl Alnnis streets. T.i ( ill TV A. UI.AK-; AK'll till KUNSWA RK. .J 17b Main nt. Voorheis ic Patrick. RJ CL,APP. VANOK ANDERSON, ATTOH J nevc-ut-Law. Seidell Building, IS Madison street. Metntihis. Tenn. fi2 CWAL OIL, LAMPS. CHIMNEYS, TIN J mire, ttaiips. Lard Oil, Lantorus, at 0. F. Vrcscott & Co. k, 4U J( ftorson street. 79 OlvfMEKCIAIi HOTEL, COR. FRONT ft Jotiorsou, Wlioelcr.k liryson.jiro's. W ELAP AC6OOTTON FACTORS, 212 Front street. Memphis, Tenn. U" "uTKiNSON, J. W. & DUO.. COTTON factors. lu Front Htreet. 70 ' TjUiA N N KRV. JOSEPH, ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 5 November 1866

MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE TO A T T. U O A 1) . OS MILKS Miuinw Titan any Otlier Route rpO GRENADA, JACKSON. VICKSBUKa 1 and H"w Orleans. Trains wve daily at Aa p7ni. Time to New Orleans, 2o hours. MaiJe Checked 'tUrowi. Throogh tickets for sale at Mississippi" I.n J Depot. ft Main UnAi; Jio.6 PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. 13 Mftdiaon Street LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION. MKMPHISi Monday Evening. Not. 5. 1866 . TAXING THE KEOEOES. The negroes of the South are the prop erty of the Radicals. Not by a bargain or snle have they passed into the hands of new masters, but by conquest. The men who once owned property in them, tire not allowed to govern the individual in whose person his dollars and cents have been extinguished. The moment the war ended, Congress took possession of the negroes of the South and locked them op in a bureau for safe keeping. When the financial interest of New England required the production of cot ton, thev were allowed to make contracts with the plantation .owners, subj...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 5 November 1866

SPECIAL CARDS. GAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION. . MEMPIIIS, TENNESSEE, Banking House 19 Madison St. This Institution, organiied In 1866. has been In continuous and successful oporution for the post ton your. It oontinues to transact GENERAL EXCHANGE AND BANKING BUSINESS. Will receive Deposits, Bur and Sell Foreign & Doroestlo Exohange, Oold, Silver and Uncurrent Honey SELLS Exchanw in ium to suit purchaser, on London aad all the leading citiei of the United Statea, and will make collections on all accessible places In the South and Went. K. M. AVKRY, Cashier. 101 JOHN C. LAMLK, President. AHD TIlUST COMPANY, OP MEMPHIS. TENN. Office. Desoto Block, Madison St. Capital ZZZ. 300.000. rpilIS COMPANY INSURES AGAINST 1 l.s by lire. Murine and KivcrKisks T. Q. LONSirALK, Spo'y. Z-l- FOR SALE. ' T70R SALE. ANY ONE WITH BUFFI lciont capital, and well recommended, can imrchase a one-third interest, in a t-clMi l)ru( Store in Memphis. Inquire at 21 Mam street, tor particulars. Kor Kkkt. CHitiP....

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 5 November 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. 0(Hce. jVo. 13 MaJion Htreot uirCESTfOrKCl'LATlOX BY TELEGRAPH. MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES LATEST FR03I ALL QUARTERS Baltimore, November 4, noon. The counsel for the new Commissioner hare made application before Judge Bartol of the Court of Appeals for a writ of habeas corpus. The writ cannot be served be fore to-morrow. The law of Maryland on the subject of habeas corpus provides that the officer having party suing out the writ shall within three days after Buch service make return of the writ and cause the person detained to be brought before the court If the war den of the jail avails himsoh of these three days in which to make return it is supposed the parties may not get a hear ing before Tuesday or Wednesday. It is presumed that if the commissioners are brought before Judge Bartol to-morrow the counsel will enter into discussions on the points involved. The city continues remarkably quiet and excepting small gatherings of people quietly discussing the situation, and of...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 6 November 1866

PUBLIC DIRECTORY. ADVERTISEMENTS ARE INSERTED IN thin !olumnt75 cents a line per month. lMlilJOURlliWIS. ATTORNEY AT LAW I) aud Solicitor in Chancery, No. 280 Seoond utroet, (Htillman'i Hlock.) Memphis. 63 OOTH AN1J BUCKS MADE TO OKDKR i t ii : M. .a . i'.o HlUtiH & f KTKLtSON. COAL DEALERS. BURKE. JOHN i!., CITY INSPECTOR. Office on btulf, between Washington and Adams streets. 73 Mi IN A, ULASS AND O.UKENSWAKE.at liBMainst. v oorneis ramos. no CMAVl'. VANCK A ANDERSON. AT'i'OR I ney-at-Law. Selden Building, 15 Madison street, Memohis, Tenn. . 82 c WAL OIL. LAMPS. CHIMNEYS, TIN l ware. Roam. Lard Oil. Lanterns, at O. F. Prescott A Co. 'a. 40 Jefferson street. 711 .Mnlll'Ulll II 1JIITLM dflD VDINf Jb Jetlenwn, W heeler k flrysnn, pro'i. ti ELAP k CO.. COTTON FACTORS, 21J Front street. Memphis, Tenn. 1) vlCKINSON. J. W. BRO.. COTTON Factors. 21(1 rront street, i 1LANNERY. JOSEPH. PRACTICAL J; Plumber. Uaa and Steam Pipe Fitter, JAM Hecnnd atreet. cor. of Jefterson. VV 1HANK CUMMIN...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 6 November 1866

MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE K A 1 1j H u a . m MI1.KS NIIOHTXU Than any Other Route mo GRENADA. JACKSON. YICK6B.UR0 1 imi Kw Orleans. Train, leave daily at Al p m. Time to New Orleans, 20 hours.. liiieBKo Checked 'iarouKh. Through tickets for sale at Muisippi and TenocUe. Depot, foot M ain street, and at 0, 5 CP. OAKLEY. , 414 flen'l Ticket Agent " PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. 13 Madlton Street LAKQEST CITY CIRCULATION. ;m k m r h i Tuesday Evening, Ndv. 6, 1B66 GENTRY. Gentbt, the brilliant Tenneasea orstor 'and atatesman, is dead, and all men praise him. Beared under the mighty winga of Webster and Clat, hia princi ples were sound and his patriotism un doubted. He was a national statesman in the highest sense of thai term, and never yielded to the allurements of office, or became identified with section, until his native South, cutting loose from the Union, bore him away on her bosom. The praises of the old Union he had sung with a clear, ringing tone, until his hair grew white and ag...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 6 November 1866

SPECIAL CARDS. GAYOSO SAYINGS INSTITUTION. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, Banking House 19 Madison St. , Thta Tiistituti"n,'orirauiiod in lB5fl, has keen in eoutinuout and successful operation for th past ten years. . 4i wounwwuo mi uruinim GENERAL ' EXCHANGE AND BANKING BUSINESS. Will rccoivo Deposits, Buy and Boll Foreign & ..' Domestic Exohango, oll, Silver and Uacurrcnt Money. SELLS Exchange in lumi to iuit purchasers, on London atid all the leading citiei of th United States, and will make collections on all accessible places in the South and West. E. M. AVKKT. Cashier. 101 JOHN C. LANIKU, President. UtfjOlO lJVSiUllASCE ' ' : , AND , THUST COMPANY, Off MEMPHIS. TENH". Office, Doioto Block, Madison Bt. Capital......... ...$300,000 Mollis COMPANY INSURES AGAINST . x loss by tiro, Marine ana iur rwsas. Directors Wm. M. Farringrou, W. B. Gal brailb. W. B. Greenlaw, C. W. Goyer. J. J Raw lings, Z. P. Bowles and C B Church, j WM. W. FARRINUTON, Pres't. T.fl. LONSDALE, te'v. 3-72. BOARDING....

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 6 November 1866

i T T i PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. 13 Madinon Wtroft LARGEST CITY CIKCULATION BY TELEGRAPH. MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES LATEST FROM ALL QUABTERS Baltimokk, November 5. Judge B Bar- ton ha decided that the warden wou aid have three days to return the writ. An establishment containing 150 boxes of fire arms and ammunition was seized to day by the police. Resistance was made to the seizure, and one man was shot Gen. Grant, acting in a private capac ity, has made the following proposition to the old commissioners, which it is sup possd will be accepted, vii : That the Conservatives here have one judge of election and one deck in each precinct, anil Appnrdinfr to the registry law, have boxes for rejected ballots, one to be placed at every precinct Grant was ac ting as the representative of Gov. Swann in the matter. All quiet at present, and no trouble is apprehended. Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 5. There was considerable excitement at Fort Erie last night in expectation of a Fenian raid. The cause of th...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
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