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

.. -. y i . txt rar ., . .., - ' -.1 BANKING. PUBLIC DIRECTORY A DVERTISfJllENTSAJErXSIRTEDtX i 2 thin Cplnuir, lit 76 con (a lino per moult, A' KAXA, K. 1 , llKALER IN FRUITS, AC j-''r- TUlrd njid J clferaoa Sti. foZMm AUKlCULXIJKAL AM rAKHINli 1M plement, at M 8ond street, Oreeulaw NATIONAL BANK. Designated Depository j aieir.oniS. . LL KINDS OF illLiiAUV HLAfll 1 AI- . , j . , 1 - 11 "rT . lor f ile low t tms om, NUlirUl.NA LOiiUJi. A. A. M., OVfcK Udil telloKi Hull AKlit'UV CUAHtli.OUttNKK HKRNANDU and Linden sta. Rey.Ouilford Junes, pastor. m it Van Unifkllii. Madison it. i" OOK-BIND1NU, FKAMINU AND OILD- i int. Ij C. Brnnscnwll ler, W Union St. " H I 1( I at B F. AlcKlKKNAN, LAW OfilCK Ko. aiJiu-Kson uiooK marH-ain I ) A I'hS A ttlLBEKX. COMJnioeivis MEK-i5-lm UIlllll', A.v w- I .1. KSS. Imtn'i f-hltt-lm HlQCK. between - Till, La OK LADllSU t'Vii baLb LOV iWAl J J tlv otni lOMBS.JK,. M,. AlXOKNliX-AX-1. V.Bull0ltWOIUIMiniy-VM2mAt lAUbri PRIVXKD AX LOWJiST .iiii'riiiKiMiy - ..L...

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 March 1866

Auctioneers and Seal Estate BROKERS. , MONSARRAT, LANIER V CO Irving Block opposite Court Bqoara. MEMTHIS TENNESSEE. awfiee advertisements in mother eolumo. dccaii-.Sm-niarH PUBLIC LEDGER. Office, No. 13 Madison Street. LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION. II IS MPHIHi Saturday Evening, March 10, 1866 BBVER3E8 OF rOBITJWE. - The, war played sad havoc with the fortunes of men in the South. Many who were at the top went to the bottom, "v"" - and many who were at the bottom went ,n .h T o.n o-annt- nmrortv oh. truded into Households that had never .., ,, ,.. , .nnu and never felt a pang that luxury, had it been its nntid rrnllarl Wealth .i.w. T,o.n .nrrJ .nrl u;.i.rrl -j i,.o.ti,otnno. w ..a seen nothing but want, and heard noth- :..k,i,. nn.n.ii.i;nn Th palace was exchanged for the hovel, and the hovel for the palace. rr i . j luc villi iuu satins were taken from the windows of the rich and hung upon those of the man who had heretofore beheld them only in the distance, as we behold the gorgeous ...

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 March 1866

WANTS. RATS WSTED.-ririiL PAT. TEX Centl g Olson for nil lira rota ifrlivurcd n mo lit the vat fit. Gayoso Block. " mr9-lw lr ANTED A VtillTH' AHuli'P .'link, II ilen Vl)KrMnfa.rtln MM Ininnmi. -Aim I Must write A a-ood hanil anil vi i. m mis i MrKDtp. Address, with reference and ar-ecimeq ut handwriting, INSURANCE. FOR SALE. 170R RALE. 55 DOZEN BROOMS BT L Hairs 4 Uilhcrt. 270 Front street, mi-lw 'lKHKTKK'ri KAF.I0 11V VrilTIIBOr? A 1 Dri'il nf'l 'runt til inn oy.-piit.il l.v III Itnard nt Trustors of t liu Botatiiuo Medical College, of Maniplili, by nod ttiroughthuirduly appoiuieu Uoiumii-slniiera, w. jj. Ferguson, rresnieui, anu j. v. noouaru, uiemtieroi Mia nuuru, i- corded 111 In Kegistor s oflio orrineiuy couniy, Tbiiii . in Hnonr.l It.... I. V !A. nart 1. oa 70, BO, HI anil hi, to secure 11 our win indebtedness therein mentioned, I will Dell at 10a.m., Satur day, Murob 31,t. 180(1, at nublio sale, on tho prcuiine", on north aide or Heal street, Mem ..I.:. I-- ,.. liA l.l.rhua...

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 March 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. IS Madlaon MtfMi TBU"ACB A011H8T IBS : Ait old toy. Vaoal. darting Mabal, t With fao agaitut th pan. took out npun th night, ' At th beaooa In th iJ : ' And h brs ta e-blrd israteh, And th breakers on tbakwaoa -Making moan, making moan, ; And tba willow tr i blown To and fro, to and froi , , 'Till it look lika mm old aron. Standing ont then all alen, Inberwo, While Mabel, darling Mabel, . With fao agsinat the .Pane, Look out upon the night, At th beacon in th rain. Set th table, Mabel, Mahal, And keep the oabin warm. Your llttl fl-her lofer Is out there In th norm t AO'l your fither yon ar weeping: U. Mabel, darling Mabel, Go set the tapper table,. And put the tea a-iteeping. Tour lover's heart is brave, ?. boat if Haunch and turht, nd your father knows the roeft That ket p the water white. But Mabel, darling Mabel, With face against the pane, Look out upon the night. At the beacon in the ram. See the li-htning how it glare, And the thunder how it roll. An...

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 March 1866

BANKING. PUBLIC DIRECTORY. LI1GE1. B TENNESSEE NATIONAL BANK. ' Designated Depository -D- FINANCIAL AGKNT OF THE UNITED STAIE3. Doesa General Banking Business AND Make CoUeclion in Southern Stales On favorable Tcrr. I A ' DVERTI8EM ENTB ARK INSERTED IK mi luiuum at 7i centi a tine per nionin. A RATA, K. F . DEALER IN FRUITS, AC -or. itimi and Jetlersoa Ms. toEf-i A ORICULTURAL AMI) KARMING 1M A plnuenu at Kto Second street, Greenlaw Ulo. k. Meini.hi. ImflJ MILLKH KliAW. Memphis. I in."ij A LL KINDS- OF MILITARY BLANKS fur ! low at thl nfljce, N(i KHUN A LOUGK. F. A. A.M.. OVER I 1..1.1 I.'.!!...' run MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 12, 1SGG. NO. 7. A JSBU RY CUAFJCL.CORN KR IltKNAK 1U VOL. II. JX Mid Linden st. Key, uuinuru joncs, pmi r I Mill X W Bll DPfMIM. Wiwir'ii - i.L- lilhM.INil vkiUIVil AND llIT.I- In, by C. Hruiuhwilur, 30 Union it fj' , w h McKlfiKNAN, LAW umCK. uiwiM lerH-ilro AXES A UILUKHt, COMMlSiW L ... VT ir"il atriWf. n rut. 01 i m'wm III BlTLS OF LAilNli ...

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 March 1866

. c Auctioneers and Real Estate BROKERS. MOXSAR8AT1 LAMES ttCO., Irrint Block oppoiit Court Square, MEMPHIS -.TENNESSEE. eWSee advertisements in mother column.' . doc.HO-Sm-mnr", PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. Jfo. 13 IMadiwcm BtrecU LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION. mkmphisi Monday Evening, March 12, friendly power, it is his duty to check it; but if he fails to do bo, a rupture with England is certain to fellow. The coun try must not be surprised to receive, at any moment, intelligence that the Fenian movementln this country has been stop ped. ( -If ence to the Fenian movement, said: I troops have been Bant to the frontier. If answer we have cause to deplore much that has taken place there, but we have hud no cause which would have justified us in making representations to the Gov ernment of the United States, upon the subject; for God's sake li't ns who are anxious, and justly anxious to maintain our own country as sanctuary against every motive and doubtful demand of foreign Government, have a ...

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 March 1866

WANTS. "llfANTKD A RTTtTATrnxr a nnnir, TV. keeper er Haleamau in a retail grocery store; Hntarencee given. It not afraid of work, AiMrMa " U ' -1 D.,... ... tr. uiarlO-lw' 1JAT8 WANTKD.-I WILL PAY TEN -IV cents a piece for all live raU delivered to ' me at the rat pit, Mayrso Block. ., maril-lw "UTANTKU A YOUTH ABOUT FOUR T teen yusra of tge in an insurants) omoe, Must writaarood hand inrf ha wei.r. acnnif- mkndrd. Address, with rotereneeand specimen ol oaniiwntiug4 . INSURANCE, . msr3 Lock B W. FOR SALE. TXR SALE.-25 DOZEN BROOMS BY A Hales A (lilbert. 270 Front street. mMw 'rRUSTKE'8 BALE.-BT VIRTUK OF A I n.l ,.f T.. ,., M. .vhiiim1 hv tha Hoard f Trustees of the Botanlco Medical Collet, of Memphis, by and through Meirauiy appoiiiieu Cumruisiioners, w. u. rerguson, rmin ml I 11 Wiwulard. inemherof "aid Board, re- ..r...A ;n , 1, u ..firitMr'a nniee nf Khelhy county. T.n.. In Uirrl Hunk No. nart 1. nagns Til, 0, 81 and Ki to secure ecrlain indebtedness therein mentioned, I will s...

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 March 1866

PUBLICiLEDGER. Ofllc. No. 18 Mdlon Htf t 8TEQ2 Of EXHSBtTSOB. T J. ACOrSTIH SI0HAIOO. ff Thi rebel banner floated defiant from the tower, A though it loomed the coming; or Uonraa mighty power i And Guelphust, proud end haughty, iwore no in nmn m. llAf While with him itood a warrior to hold if ainit the Mere. Then Conrad lent a ruromon to yield him ererr MtM. ThaT)nhaiwttliit tiimboldl. "Ccrnatake as If yon ean I " . Then Conrad wild with anger, iwore loudly they f hould die. No more the rebel banner ihould dare lniult toe iky j , "Now by the heaven abore ul no more they'll ThU if the moment, warrlon-rtinon them I to the charge I Remember in the carnage, they're only rebel They yet ihall feel our anger they must be oTaroome I Loud sounds the claih of weapone the horrid shouts of men The rebeli are triumphant, and burl them bask Once more unto the fortress, once more they're beaten back. Each time they learo behini them long and bloody track. Then pealed the rebel laughter they thunde...

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 March 1866

'Vasf -'- w 'W '. - BANKINC. PUBLIC DIRECTORY. . . . . -r-B5T. afTS . i LEDGER. 1 TEXXESSEH .. .' ........ ...'. NATIONAL BANK. Designated Depository . I J ' AMD ! FINANCIALi AGENT OF THE UNITED STATES. ITS If T TV" T PI Srw U JO Ll 1 V -sW DVERTISEMENTS ARE INSERTED IN V'1.1 Column i at 75 oents a line per month. , RATA, K. F , DKALLU US FKLIi'S, ACY. a. J'.v- 'l'k;l ..J C. fn')0trM A 0 KlCb LTU HAL A.Ni tAKMlU IM - I . . ...T t 1 .A ll...nl.. Bl.K-k.MM.ii.lii, Im.M MILLER ft SUAW ii viciueiiis ai neeoiiu irnoi, .jr....-.. LL KINDS OF MILITARY BLANKS . n.r ssie low at inn un.w "7 NtitfuiN A LODUK. A. A. M. , OVKK XI. uuu rumni nan. i kiich vi:HAPKl..(JORNliRllb.Ri.Aruv JY ud Lindunst. Rev. Guilford Jones, psstor. i A UCTION AND COMMISSION. BY JACK A son & Van Hrocklin, Wj Madison at. Mj lO'iK-BlNDlNli, rKAMlNU AKUU"-" int. lf U. urnnscnwnor, a un." i" ., -K.lTcKlERNAN.LAW 0FF1UK. KOOJjt v.. ..l. Mini-k. mum-sin HAIKU A UlUJtiKT. UOMMiw" f, 'li chants. No. iiTOI-rontirtrgt. Efc!...

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 March 1866

Auctioneers and Real Estate BROKERS. - MONSARRAT. LAMER A CO., Irvine Block opposite Court Square. ' MEMPHIS - TENNESSEE. aWSee advertisement in Mother column. deefl-Sm-marS ' PUBLIC LEDGER. Office, No. 13 MsvdUon Street. LARGEST CITI CIRCULATION. v AX EMPHIBi Taeaday Evening. March 13, 1866 MIBSIONOF 0000. Rev. C. K. Marshall, in singular con trast with the clerical practices and hab its in New England, is devoting his life and energies to the relf of suffering humanity. During the war he executed the mission of ministering to the wants of the wounded and those in prison, and relieving, as fnr as he could, sorrow and suffering: wherever found. After the ces sation of hostilities,, we find this trulj Christian gentleman engaged in the same service of humanity. He is devoting his fine talents, in part, to lecturing for the benefit of the Southern soldiers and suf ferers' by the war. His purpose is to pro vide homes for the sick and wounded, supply the maimed with artificial limbs, nn...

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 March 1866

WANTS. WANTED A SITUATtOJf A3 BOOK Sleeper Or Cialeeuian In & 1 1 uniAHn tor. Kefsrenoes riven. Is not afraid of work jumtou ty at ID. J't,eUO Liwu offiee. marl0-1w MATS WANTEU.-I WILL PAV TEW XV oents a pieoe for all lire raU delivered to me at tne rat p, uavmo Jllock. marv-1 VlANTED-A YOUTH ABOUT 1'OIJR J tccn years of ace in an Insurance oftioe Moit write a sood hanri ami ba will nam- MRNOKD. Address with reference and specimen of handwritini, f-INSURANCE, . mar.-i J.ncR H"X 17. FOR SALE. noR sat.b s nnFw rroams BY V Hate A Oilhert. 270 Front street, mo-lw rPRIIfiTEH'S SAT.R I1V VTHTTTK OF X Ued of Trait to me executed ut the Boara of Trustees of the Botauioo Medioal Colleie, of Memphis, by and through their uuiy appoiniea voiumissioners, w , jj. jrerfusou, rrwiuomi and J. II. Wuodaril. mem her of aaid Board, re- Minlail In lh it ..ula'i ntHn nf Khftll.V BOUntf. Tnn.. in HnrH nii.k No. 65. nart 1. Pftftre 7V. 80, 81 and to scour a certain Indebtedness therein mentioned, I wil...

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 March 1866

9 ! lii .1 i'i Hi ' J.i fr ,i. t H i u V A ! ! !ti5 I 1 If PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. IS MsidUon Htreeil in mKoaiAK. ' Respectfully dedicated to th holder! of Con federal Treasury Notes. Representing nothint on God's earth bow, And naught in the nlw below H, At a pledge f the nation that dead and (one, Keep it, dear friend, and show it, Too poor to possess the preriotu ore. And too much of a stranger to borrow. We issue to-day our promiae to par And hope to redeem on the morrow. The days, rolled on, and weeki became years, Bat our ooffen were empty still ; Coin wm io rare that the Treasury quaked If a dollar ihoula drop in the till. But the faith that was in ni wai itrong indeed. And our poverty well dteoernea ; And these little "doce" represented the per That our volunteers had earned. We know it had hardly a ralne in gold. Yet M gold our soldiers received it ; It denied their eye with a promiae to pay. And each Southern soldier behaved it Keep it, for it tells a history o'er. 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. — 14 March 1866

' . J . ' ' ' -. .. . . r rr:. '.." m - i--''yvr' 0 '' ' " '-' : r-f';;' i'1''1 :,'-:-",,':'' v--n:-i-'vl .:;.? J v BANKING. ' A advertisements ark inserted in Um. this Column at 7f eonta a line per montn. A UCTION AND COMMISSION, BY JACK-u-X. son A Van Brocklin. H Madison it, nil.1 RATA, R. f .DEALER IN FRUITS, AC, L Cor. Third and Jefferson Sts. fe22-lm AGRICULTURAL AND FARMING 1M plemeut at 84S Second itrrtt, reenlaw JimrK, Mi'in.ni. tmaj mil.Lt.n a diitt . ,hh KINDS OF MiLITAKV JiLAUKS f l 1 !'... 1 MiKRONA LUDUK, A. A. OVIkK A- bliUHV til Af Kli.COllN KK UKRNANDO and Linden iu. Rot. OttilfordJonWjJgtr.-IJOnk-BiNDINU. FRAMING AND WltD- l in. kf llr,in.,.hwil,.r. aUflliim St. " V. McKlKKNAN, LAH OFFICE. ROOM BATliS A OlLltKHT. C0MM101U chantt, No. 270 Front tret, mft-im . I OOT A BUOK MANUFACroRT. J, . ESri. 15 No. m tieoond .t., (at d.,) Bl "man. SXIToFtAlnNu '0R balk low at thu oltit. " ' l c ,X-" . 1 1 c iMni in A ire ih, b.uourioi tiaiuiB. awi 'fwTj- .7 'm aiii, wrt o P..-tif...

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 March 1866

Estate HONSAERAT. LAMER A CO, - Irving Bloek oppodU Court faaar. MEMPHIS,... TENNESSEK. r8e advertisements in Mother eolumn, dectO-Sffl-marH PUBLIC LEDGER: ' 1 Office, No. 13 Mauliaon Street. LARGEST CITI CIRCULATION. MKMPHIHi Wadnesdav Eva'K. Maxell 14, 1866 THE CHECK HAS COHX Fenianism has come to grief. Mr. Secretary Skward has been in consulta tion with the British Minister, an has given him assurance that any violation of law on the Dart of the Fenians will provoke a proclamation from the Oor eminent Violation of law, in this case, will consist in fitting out an expedition " in this country to make war upon friendly State. Great Britain is a friendly State. Any attempt to invade Canada from the United States, would be a vio lation of the laws of this Government, and would be punished accordingly Troous. Mr. Seward says, will be sent to the menaced .frontier to prevent the marching of the expedition supposed to be meditated by the friends of Irish lib erty. If such a precaution ...

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 March 1866

BaPaBiBlBSJllBaaw a I i ... i t " -.'y, , , , , ' WANTS. WASTED A 8ITTTATI0X AS BOOK kpr or Baleeman in null grocery Btore. Reference given. Ia not afraid or work. Address " P." at the Public Lkdoib offio. marlO-lw RATS WANTED.-! WILL PAY TEN cents a pieue lor all 11 va rat delivered to me at the rat pit, Gayoao Clock. mr9-lw WANTED-A YOUTH ABOUT SOW Uen yean of aire In a a Insurance offioe. Must write a good bamt and be will becom MRNnitn. Addroa. with reference and specimen of handwriting,- INSURANCE. mar3 " Lock B" 17. FOR SALE. FOR RENT. THREE LARGE BOOMS over our Btore. To a roapoiible tenoni tbcy will be romeu low. . m Main at. . iuarl3-lm JSbHUN liiwo 1,V)R BALK CUKAP-A WAGON AND A J? Irge yoke of oen will be eold at uain if applied for iniiuodiutely t Haxdwiok'e wagon yani. " 1X111 SALE.-25 DOZEN BROOMS BY V Uatea A Gilbert. 2,U Front atreet. mo-lw rpKUSTrsK'S BALE. BY VIRTUE OF A I 1 Dod of Trust to me txeciitod '7 Bur'i ' of Trustee of tli Hotanieo Medioal College, of Memp...

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 March 1866

v ' - - ' r i ; PUBLIC LEDGER Office. No. 13 Mmdlaon H treat LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION POETRY. Quiti a number of typographical er rors occurred in the first publication of the following verses, written by one of ' the editors of , this paper. The author - did not intend inserting it again, but being requested by several of the literary ladies and gentlemen of Memphis to do so, we again republish it and give a cor rect copy: 8IEGE OFjntHSBCROH. BT J. ArGCSTJNF 8I0K-I0O. I." The rebel banner floated defiant from the tower. As though it scorned the coming of Conrad ' might; power; And Quelphnst, proud and haughty, swore ne'er to own a liege While with him atoud a warrior to hold against the siege. Then Conrad sent a summon to yield hiia every man. The Duke replied him boldly, "Come take u if yon oan I " II. Then Conrad wiid with anger, swore loudly they should die. No more the rebel banner should dare insalt the sky : Now by the heaven above us I no mora they'll so at large. This is the...

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

PUBLIC DIRECTORY. 7 ' A DVERTlSEMENTSARf IsTSRRTET) IJf i V tliii Column t 7fl wnli a Hn per month. AUCTION AND COMMISSION. BY JAOH win Van Brooklin, mjj Madison it. ml3 . A UA'tA. a. F . DKALK IN FRUIT. AO.. "r' T'nl"t n4 jBtfwmS. U'l-lm AGRICULTURAL,' AND FARMlNii 1M. pieraeiit at S5 Second street. UreenlnW Blw-fc. Memphis. lmt MILLER a BHAW. ALL KINDS OF MILITARY BLANKS fur ssle low at thin office. MibKilNA LODOK, A. A. al., OVfcK 0.1.1 Fellows' Hall. ' - ASBllllY CHAPEL, CORNER HERNANDO and Linden tROBilftjn;pai?j I OOK-BIN DINM, FRAMING AND 13 int. Iry 0. Brunschwilci, jUnj.Prt 5 15 ;. McKlKUM AN, LA HSS' no. an jocKn u'w-K. p M ---. IJATKH k OILliUHT. C0MM1SSIUK 15 chann, No.27Ujfront.trMt. -t"L J) No. 8i.d it., (Mt tidJ Bj,"!"" L Block, between iu.artsi.dMadi.on. feblSMm TTLXro7lABii fur, a alb Low at J.) iliisnlhce- , , , y 7 uTMBH. JR.. M.. ATTOHNisy-AX-LAW. L- Solicitor of Claios and Commiiuner ofU. B. Court of Claiint. Alo, -ri!n WB A wn. Office, room No. 8 PiU)ffiebnildi...

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

Auctioneers and Heal Estate BROKERS. M0NSARR1T. LANIER ft CO " Ir-ving Blk oppoeha CioJt Sonar. MEMPHIS. ..-.TENNESSEE. rRM advertiiotnaata Lb another column.: J deoM-Sm-mar PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. IS Modltos BtreeU LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION. Thursday Evening, March 13J 1866 THE MOHtTNTOUS ftirXSTXOHj It is discouraging to take a ealro riew of the field in which two great parties in the North are straggling for mastery. However promising the prospect of (Job? servative triumph may appear, it im ' passible to become indifferent to its chances of disaster. As the preparation for the grand decisive encoanterl pro gresses, passions assume additional warmth, and develop the irreconcilable " character of the controversy. The riat- ter in dispute is comprised, in the bueg- tion: "What shall, be done with, the South?" One party, headed by Fresi dent Johnson, has adopted a. polity of ' conciliation, and the ireatljualnseal -ef the relations of the Southern States with the Union, with all t...

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

REMOVAL. JEMOVALTH PRb' 8IPBB Of T 'CREIQIITON dc CO.,' " Has been removed from Beal street, opposite hotttb Market, to j 444 Main Streiot, South of Baal, In the new brick block. TnVprevloui patron of the old house will notioe the faotof lie nr mnval. The office of Dr. Creightnn li Immediately over ilia Drug fcitore, where persons desiring his professional services will find him at nil usual oOice hours, from 8 to V a.m. and from 2 tnKnin mnrK-'.'m Trr-i-r-ftTT" wants: WANTED-A STEADY WOMAN TO DO housework for a email family, at No. 11 Madison street. , , , ; marl4-4t rANTED A SITUATION AS BOUk ' kr or Salesman in a retail tf7 tore. References given. jiiwi' - Addreas V. al me rtunu ii""" ""v , f AT8 WANTED.-I WILI PA JEN Mti a piece lor all live rate delivered to IV. me at the rat nit, Oavoso Block Dlirw-ew WANTED-A YOUTH ABOUT vvn. teen yuan of axe In an insurance ... . hnt anil be WILL aiOOM' Mi-incn. Addrosj. witorefeTrnrenndy.OTmen ol hnnawnting, mr3 Lock H"T l'VT. i FOR SALE. T...

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

A. 1 ! PUBLIC LEDGER. ( . . Ofllco. No. 13 MadlionHtTMt f LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION, POETRY. RELIQPEB. A wild, wet night, the drivlne sleet Blurs all the lamps nloni the quay : ' The window shake t the busy street J. Is vet alive with hurryins; feet; The wind rtivos from the e. So let it rare t My lamp burni bright; M y long day's work in almost done; T curtain out eah eound and nth ' Of all the niuhta in the year, to-uiKht I choose to be alone. Alone, with doors and window fast, j Before tuy open desk I stand. Alas I ran twelve Ions; month" be past, ' JMy hidden, hidden wealth, sinceiast, ; 1 held thee in my hand? So, there it lie 1 From year to year f see the ribbon change ; the pago Turn yellower, end the ery tear 'ihat blots the wriUny. disappear , And lade away with aire I Mv eyes urow dim when they behold The previous triHns hoarded there , Arinsof battered ldiao e;oU. , A withered harebell, and a told Ot funny chestnut bair. Not nil thcrichesoftheesrlh. Not all 1 110 irtTVJiii...

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