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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 7 November 1866

PUBLIC DIRECTORY. ADVERTISEMENTS ARE INSERTED IN tl'i0lumn al75 cent, a I""" V" month. HAKHofjR LEWIS. ATTOKNkV AT LAW and Solicitor in Chancery, No. 280 becond street, (StiiluiKiTi Hlock.) Moinphw. 0-1 OOl'S AKD. SHOES MADE TO OliDKR hy F. Ileniinrer, w;. mauunn si. u li HI (ll)S Jt PETERSON, COAL DEALERS, ollico 1.1 Madison street. IH'KKK, JOHN E., CITY lNSFKUXUK. J) Ollico on bluir, between Washington and Adnins street. 7;l c UlINA, ULASS AND QUEENSWAKE, at I m ifiuin ml. t uu i c p run n n. ju UAPP. VANCK & ANDERSON, A l'TOR-noyx-at-Law. Solden Building, 15 Madison meet. Memphis. Tonn. 81 10AL OIL, LAMPS. CHIMNEYS. 'i'lN J ware, Boaps, trd Oil, Lanterns, at 0. F. l'rcucutt k Co.'. 4U J cnersnn street. 7a nuuvitpiii. iinTk'i. nun vh7vnt"a (w -u -tu- . , . ' , j .lailarKiir.. V heeler A Hrv.on. pro S. ov D ELAP & CO.. COTTON FACTORS. 21J n . KiT. I.:- T.n ivi r rout Biroflu. memiJuiB. uuui W. & BRO., COa'aUK I ) Factor. 210 Frontstrcct. 13 LTlaN.NEHV'.. JOSEPH. PRACTIC...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 7 November 1866

MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE UAILUOA" 52 jUILKS KllOltlXU Than any Other Boute 4:05 1 n.in. Time to New Orleans, ourv .nil ew uneaiis. riu ltaatzntio CliecUea inrouKu . . . .i- - i. ... HfiaKiMinnl and ihrougn uckois kit jhio Tonnessoa ilopot, loin main ".-- "f " " jellcrson street, andr, Coa-jaw U tel. A. r;. 1.1 v.. ' - C. P. OAKLEY. . 4 14 flcn'l Ticket A wnt. PUBLIC LEDGER O ill co. No. 13 Maditon Street LAIIGEST I'lTY tlKClLATIOX. ;M K M 1 H 1 S Wednesday Bvcplnir. Nov. 7, 1866 COTTON AND TEX BADICAL8. , The success of the Radicals shou ImvR the effect of raising the price i cotton. That staple will droop away under the depression caused by appre hension of confiscation, negro suffrage, iuiooiinn commotions aud general an archy. Confidence, faith, in the future, once withdrawn, leaves barren nelds, nerveless men and fur and fatal ruin. Committed absolutely to the mercy of Botler, no Southern man will feel free from personal harm, and will lack all incentive to persistent exertion....

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 7 November 1866

SPECIALJCARDS UAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION. . MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, Banking House 19 Madison St. ' Tbls Institution, organised In 1356, has been In continuous anil successful operation for tho pat ton years. It continues to transact n GENERAL EXCHANGE- AND BANKING BUSINESS. Will receive Dopoit, Buy and Bell . Foreign & Domestio Exchange, Gold, Silver and Uncurrent Money. SELLS Exohango In suins to suit purchasers, on London and all (lie leading cities of the llniiml Htates. and will mako collection! on all accessible places in tho couth and Wot. E. M. AVKKY, Cashier. 101 JOII.X J. LAMER, President TO ' ADVX2TIXIHI2HS. The Publio Lkooeb now haB by far the Invest circulation of ANY daily newspaper published in the State ol den ncssee. and offers, therefore, advantages to advertisers not possessed by any other journal in the State. This is a fact which should not bo lost siebt of by advertising public. the PUBLIC LEDGER. OfHce. Tia. 13 Madison Street. akd T11U8T COM PANY, OF MEMPHIS, 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. — 7 November 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. Hint-: So. Itt Vlndwon SStreH LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION POETRY. From the Atlantic! Monthly. THB BONO SPAEHOW. Can you hoar the "sparrow In the lane. Singing abovo the graves Y he !. lie knows my gladuoss, he knows my rain, ThouTh !riii beuver and summer be dead. His note hath a chime all oannnt hcr.ffiS And none can love him better than 1 : For he sings to me when the land is drear. And make it cheerful even to die. Ti beautiful on this odorous morn. . Whoa graswar waving in every wma. To know my bird is not lorn. Ihat summer to him is also kind ; But sweeter, when grasses no longer stir, And every lilao leaf is shed,. To know that my voiceful worshiper Is singing above my voiceless deart. BY TELEGRAPH. MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES LATEST FROM ALL QUARTERS ' Lgsdos, November 6. The Earl of Derby encourages a deputation on the subject of the Nicarauguan railway. The American vessel Gen. Sherman got ashore at Carrasa, and forty persons were murdered by the natives. Consols, 89J ;...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 8 November 1866

I PUBLIC DIRECTORY. DVERTISEMENTS ARE INSERTED IN LthiOoluinn at 75 cents a line per month. a, m in mini h i.h.wi.1 mi ' i i 11 .1 1 r. 1 nn 11 i -ikiuni.iTu f mini . iivnjill UUV ITT A w J .1J and Solicitor in Chancery, jno. 2SU booond J street, (Stillman's Iilock,) Memphis. 63 OOTS AND SHOES MADE TO ORDER by r IJenniRor. V't WMliiwn it. o I KlOOri FKTK-RHON, COAL DEALERS, 3 ullice 13 Madison atreet, I )UKKK, JOHN E., CITY INSPECTOR. Jj Olllce on blulft between Washington and Adains streets. 73 c U1IN A, ULAB8 AND 0.UKKN8WARK, at iiBMainat. voorneisa ratncK. no ClappT Vance a anukkhon, attor- neys-at-Law, Seldea Buildiug, 15 Madison Stroot, Memphia, Tenn. 02 C10AL OIL, J ware. Sua LAMPS. CHIMNEYS. TIN' ware, swaps. Lard UU, Lanterns, at U. r. Frescott A Coa, 4U J rfl'erson atreet. 7 f COMMERCIAL HOTEL, COR. EttONX A Jefloraon. Wheeler A Bryson, pro'a. 6SJ D I) ELAP A CO.. COTTON FACTORS. 21- i ront atreet. Memphis, Tenn. 1CKINSON, i J. W. A BRO., COTTON Factors, zlu r runt street. ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 8 November 1866

KISSISSIPPI AND TENKESSEE v A T T. H OA.). OS ill Than any Other Bout rpo GRENADA, JACKSON. VICKbBa I and Now Orleans. J rains 'y w om. Tim, to New 0rlc.n2 hou Jiu48&o CUeckea iuroiMi" .""".-? l.lVEKAlOKB. Uen'lbupt A. a j n 1 TTT L.-V i-ir,M Ticket Arrwt 4-14 PUBLIC LEDGER. Office, PJo. 13 Mdton Btrcet LARGEST CITI ClttCllLATION ' itvt WMPHIHl Thursday Evening, Not, a. 1866 THE ELECTIOHS. Tt, olrrimh c-ives the result of Tues day's elections in the North. Radical ism is triumDuant over Lon8ervausni Unionism and fraternity. The people hmr committed their candidates to proposition to impeach the President and turn him out of office, and unless . that work shall be accomplished, they will be misrepresented. Ultra as these candidates were, their supporters nave mnre than sustained thetn, and place upon the President's conciliatory policy the brand of disapproval. 1 They are not for admitting the Southern Males to participation in the Union. They are for all the dire measures ot Jst...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 8 November 1866

tSsm SPECIAL CARDS. GAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION, MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE, . . . i Banking Hoase 19 Madison St. This Institution, organised in 1656. has boon in continuous and successful operation for the post tan years. It continues to transact a GENERAL .EXCHANGE AND BANKING BUSINESS. Will rcooive Deposits. Bur and Ball Foreign & Domeatio Exchange, Gold, ItlTer and Vnewrrent Hon jr. BELLS Exchange in rami to suit purchasers, on London and all the leading eitiei of the United Btatos. and will make collections on all accessible places in the South and West. ; : 1. M. AVERY, CaRhler. 101 JOHN C LAM Kit, President ii:soro isuhanc - iKD , TRUST COMPANY, OF MEMPHIS, TIWN. Office, Desoto Block, Madison Bt. Capital...... - $300.000. INSURES AGAINST 13. Gal- nvma nnuplltY 1 loss by Firo, Marine and River Risks. ri:tn,. U.n M VfLrrinirton. W. bruitli, W. B. Greenlaw. C.V. 6 oyer. J. J, Kawliugs, Z. P. Howies and C. B. Church. " 1 WM. W. FAUKINGTON. Preset. J. ft- LONSDALE. Soc'v. 3-72 BOARDING...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 8 November 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. I'J Mftdinon .Street LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION POETRY. FALSE. BT HOMIHHCOLMM. " False ! " she thnughtl'with weary f)"ilad aliv. -Ub.th. timorous door. With hills remoto in a violent "" -And th. gleam of a winding m ar. In each sweet .oil eye bnjtht tear u. . the brim, but never lull. "I L"ve livei and loved." .ho thought, "one . ye""tuiover. All $ well." " M Ay, it i well. For false the lips . That were honey-sweot. and scorned o true . False tho touch of those hncer-tips , , That thrilled my who e blood through. False tho eyeaofu-nrvclous blue WhYch ruled my heart a. the moon the sea; Yet I thought aa I knew myself, 1 Kutw The man who was king of me. " Can the falcon coo ill" "an araoron! , Wen uar tho heart from the ayswenng breMt This man had a scorn that could look like love, lie hated, yet caressed. With tho skill of a fiend, lor a cruel jest. He tamed my sVirit. n. wothad my Till I longed in bis loving arms o rest Then threw mo away with a sneer. BY T...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 9 November 1866

) PUBLIC DIRECTORY. A DVERTISEMENTS ARE INSERTED LS I J this I iiluiiin at 7.r cent a linaper inonih. ' TAUijcrUK"LEViI1 ATTORNEY AT LAW un.l Knlif.ii.nr In ('hmrerv. IXo. 2b0 Sooooi iuruct. (Stillnan' Jilock.) Mamphig. ' 03 11 UOTS AiNU hliOES MADK TO ORDKlv by J'. Hnraifff, v4 mautson st. o I UJiiUH Sl l'J lohV.o 18 Mai I'JiTKKSON, COAL DEALERS. Si lison street. lslJKKK, JOHN E.. CITY INJECTOR. J OlUoeon bliill, between Wa.hiustoa and Attains streets. 73 111 lA.. OLAcS AND yUUKNSWAKE, at lie Alain hi. voorneisa i-arrica. on 7 UAP1 'VANC'H ANOKKHON, ATTOR V novs-at-Lnw. Felden Building. 15 Madison street, Memphis, Tenn. 62 CIOAL OIL. LAMPS. CHIMNEYS. TIN ) ware, Soups, Lard Oil. Laotvrna, at 0. F. l'rnscott k Co.'s. 40 J etferson Ureal. 71) f ,llt M IOItl!T A I, llllTKt.. Holt VkONT A K j Jetienior.. Wheeler A Bryson. pro's. 6a I) ELAP & CO.. COTTON FAOTOJIS, 2U Front street, Memphis, Tenn. M k mi.Tl ucnv J. W. A LUO., COTTON I I Kiuitors. 20) Front street. IMjANNKUY. JOSEPH. P...

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

MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE BAILHOAl). 53 MILKS SHOBTEU Than' any Other Route mo UKENADA. JACKSON. VICKSBURO I nd New Orleans. Trains leave daily at -OS p.m. Time to N ew Orleans SB hours. likfUtaiee Checked XUpoukU. Through tiokets for rale t MUifiPli d Tennessee Depot, foot M am street, " f " 0. P. OAKLEY, . , Unn'l Ticket A vent 4-14 PUBLIC LEDGER. Ofllce, No. 13 JMadiwon Wtrect LAMEST CITY CIKCULATION. iMMMPHIHi Friday Evening, November 9. 1866 THE SOUTHERN SITUATION. Well, the South gave Mr. Johnson assurance that it sympathized with his efforts to restore the Union. More it could not do. Having no vole in Con gress, the Freedmen'a Bureau bill and the Civil Rights measure, became lavs of the land. It may have been impolitic for the South to speuk at all. It may have been better to stand before the vic torious North in the dumb attitude-of one conscious of no fault, but resigned to the worst that passion could suggest or malice invent. When the North laid down its arms, the act wa...

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 November 1866

SPECIALJ5ARDS. GAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, Banking House 19 Madlsou St. This Institution, organised in'lKM, liM bama In continuous and successful operation for the past ton year. It continues to truaiiaot a GEN EH AL EXCHANGE AND BANKING BUSINESS. Wilt recoive Dopotits.Buy anil Soil. .. Foreign & Domestic Exchange, Gold, Silver and Vncnrrent None jr. BELLS Exchange in auma tosuitpurchaaers, on Londun and all the loading cilici of tbe U uitod State, and will make oolleotiona on all acoeaaiblo lilucca in the Sontb and Watt. K. M. AVKKY, Caahlcr. 101 J(IM I'. liAIVlEK,' President. iKMIO INSIJllAftCE THUST COMPANY, OF MEMPHIS. VEWN. Offlco, Desoto Blook, Madison St. Capital ........ZI7........300.000. rpHIS COMPANY INSURES AGAINST 1 loss by Firo. Mnrino and KivcrRiska. Directors-Win. M. Farrington, W. D.Qnl braith. W. B. Oicenlaw. J. VV. oyr. ltawliuga. 55. P. Howl and 0. B. Church. ' WM. W. FARRINUTON, Pret. T. O T,ONStALB, Scc'y. BOARDING. I7URNISHED ROOMS AND ...

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 November 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. Otlica. No. ia Madiwon Htreo LARGEST CITY CIBCILATION BY TELEGRAPH. MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES LATEST FROM AIL QUARTERS Livsbpool, Nov. 6 Evening. The Petroleum market is quiet Constantinople, Nor. 7. An insur surrection has commenced in Candia. It is officially stated that three fights had occurred at Geliada, in which the insur gents lost 112 killed. The Sphakiot chiefs, thirty in number, have surren dered. Akif Pacha will be Governor of ' the Island. A further concession for the Christians from the Sultan is expected. London, Nov. G Evening. Ameri can bonds were quoted this morning at C8GS. In tho evening the cotton market opened at the rates of last even ing: Orleans middling, 151. London, November 8. Tho case of tho rebel steamers, which were seized at Liverpool and brought before the Admi ralty Court, has been allowed by consent of all parties to stand over. It is ru mored that the matter will be privately adjusted. The drafts of Dent & Co., of China, have been ref...

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 November 1866

PUBLIC DIRECTORY. ADVERTISEMENTS ARE INSERTED IN thiaJJolumn at 7f wnU a line per month. 1AKB0UR LEWIS. ATTORNEY AT LAW I mid Solicitor in Chancery, No.atO Seoond stroet et, (Stillmnn'i Jllock.) Memphis. W jOOTSANl SHOES HAI)K TO ORDER J by K. Ilennivcr, 1H Madison it. 01) UKKHiH A 1'ETKHSOM. COAL DKALEllM, olllce 13 Madison street. M ITUKKE, JOHN K., CITY INSPECTOR. 11 (lllicoon blulf. between WuahiniiLon and Adauis street. 73 UIINA, ULASS AND QUJSKNriWARK, at 178 Main at. Voorhcia k Patrick. 88 c UAPP. VANCK A ANDERSON, ATTOR- troet, Memphis.Tenn. M 10AL OIL, LAMPS. CHIMNEYS, TIN VV ware, Soaps, Lard Oil, Lanterns, at O. F 1'roscott 4 Co. s, 40 J i ffornon street. COMMERCIAL HOTEL, COR. FRONT k JoU'eraon, Wheeler A Brygon. pro't. 09 I) 1) .ELAP A CO., COTTON FACTORS, 211 Front street, Memphis, lenn. o fofilNSON, J'JW. A 1IRO., COTTON KucIom. Klu Front streot. "a .TANNERY. JOSEPH. PRACTICAL Pluuibur, Oa and Steam Pipe Fitter, 212'A iond street, cor, of Jelleraoii. 9 Keei lMtANK. CU...

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

MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE RAILROAD. 03 MILES NllOM-TEB Than any Other Ilouto rpO OKKNADA, JACKSON. VICKSBUlia 1 and Nw Orleans. Trains "J"11' ' . 4-g, p.m. Tim in New Orleans, hours. )lauKau0 Checked 'rUromtU. Through tlckoUi for mle at Misiippi na Tcnnes.ee Depot, foot Main .treat. and at No. 5 Jofieraon trfi wfilJSSW C.F.OAKLEY. , , , 14 CJen'l Ticket wit. PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. 13 Madion Htreet LAMEST CITY CIIiCl'LATION. IJM KMPHISi Saturday Evening, Nov. 10. 1866 OUE LEADER IN WAR, OUR EXAMPLE 1ST PEACE. . The most quiet man at this time, ia be who once led armies and shook the hills with the thunder of his cannons. Re tired te peaceful life, he no longer lifts , his voice among those who make the Ba bel of the hour. His own Virginia no more a free State, and himself no longer a citizen, he yields to circumstances and 1 resigns his great soul to whatever fate may threaten. If he was first among the leaders of armies, he is first in the pur suits of peace. As gentle in peace ...

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 November 1866

KM SPECIAL CARDS. GAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, nankins House 19 Madison St. Tliil Institution, priranitod in ISM, baa been in continuous and saeccssfur operation for the past ten yours. It con tinues to transact GENERAL EXCHANGE AND BANKING BUSINESS. Will recoire Deposit, Buy and Sell Foreign & Domestic Exchango, Unlit, Silver and Uneurrent Honey. BELLS Exohanire in lum to suit purchasers, os London and all the leading citioa of the United States, and will make collections on all accessible, planes in the South and West. K. M. AVERY. Cashier. 101 JOH N U. LAN IKK, President. ii:.NOTo iiVsiitAJVCi; TKUHT COMPANY, OF MEMPHIS. TENN. Office, Desoto Block, Madison St Onpilnl.r ..300,000 riMUS COMPANY INSURES AGAINST Jl loss liy iro, Marine anu nivr iwaa. Directors Win. M. tfarrina-uiii, W. B.Gal hriiith, W. B. dreonlaw, 0. W.Uoyer. J. J llawliiigs, Z. P. Bowles anil C. B. tbureta. . WM. W. FAKR1NUT0N, Pres't. T.O LONSllALK Fee'v. BOARDING. Board in a private family...

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 November 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. 1M Mftdiwon Htroot LARGEST CITY CIKCILATION POETRY. , For tlio Public Ledger. WHY VISIONS OF YOUTH EET0EN t Why visions of youth return? To ruins, no skill niayrestoro: Whore tho light of Hope has censed to burn. But Mhos arc left in the shnttorcd urn; And ashes rovive no more. Oh I sun of memory cease I My soul recoils from thy light! My silent, and starless night release. Thy light withdrawn, I can rest me in peace : My soul oan rest in its night. Let me still quietly dwell Where oblivion's shadows roll. In solitude's calm a Lethean spell May still the minor chords that will swell From the broken harps of my Boul. Sweot visions of youth 1 away ! And never return, I implore. Lend your maKioal sway to the happy and gay; O'or thosbadowed way of my heart ncvor play: Return to my soul no more. Oct. 25. MIRIAM BY TELEGliAPIL HIDNIGHT DISPATCHES LATEST FROI ALL QUARTERS Liverpool, November !).-Tbe JJrolera Circular reports the sale of cotton for the week at ?G,...

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

P U SLIC D 1 RECTORY A DVEimSKMKNTSAREINSERTEDIN iTMinjt Column nt 73 wnts a !' P monih. I I A K liOi; 11LK W W. AT'lOKNki AT LAW I ami Solicitor in Chancery, No. 280 beoond iilnjM.SuUiuttnJsJMMk.jluinl'his. 63 "iJOOTfi AND SHOES MADE TO OllDKR J liy y. llnniger.J4 Madison ft. Ml KlllijH Jt fK'i'liKSON, COAL liSAiii!.KM, ottice lo iMmniMin urge. "u B" I) K K K, JOHN E., CITY INSPECTOR. Office on bluff, between Washington and A'laini streets. Ti t 1I11NA, ULANS AND UUKKNSWAKK. at J 178 Mainjt. Voorheis It Vutrick. b8 TLaI'I7. VANCE 4 ANDERSON,. ATTOft-ticys-at-I.aw. Scldcn Building, la Madison mroet. Memphis, Tonn. ftl 10A1, OIL, LAMPS. CHIMNEYS. T1N Vj ware, Kuans, Lard Oil, Lantern, at 0. V. l'roscott 4 Oo.'n. 40 J Hereon street. 7" 10MMERC1AL HOTEL, COR. i'RONX A J JciTermu, W heeler k llryson. pro's, tt ITioLAP- CO., COTTON FACTORS, 211 1 front strcctMojiiiihis, Tenn. T) 10KINSON, J. W. URO.. C011t L' ..!. VIII Kmnt UTWfT.- TjVLANNERY. JOSEPH. PRACTICAL 1: Plumber. Has and Steiin...

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 November 1866

MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE RAIL K OA J). OffST"1?1 rJJSP np?jsray 52 jiim;s niioutek Than nny Other Route tl u r. ..I of Mississippi an ToTinesiic Depot, looi mhid im -. Jefferson street, d C.P.OAKLEY. , , (icn'l Ticket A rent. 4-14 PUBLIC LEDGER Office, No. 13 Madion Street LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION M ICMl'HIHi Monday Evening, Nov. 12, 1866 THE 80TJTH AND THE AMENDMENT, Georgia has declined to ratify th Constitutional Amendment. We pre' eume every Soulbern Slate, or province, will follow her example. What then An invitation differs essentially from command. The first recognizes free agency; the latter negatives the idea of option, and suggests compulsion. It the General Government is a creation of the States, it was created by voluntary con sent. Certainly a part of the colonics did not assume to compel the others to ratify the Constitution, as they hare nowhere in that instrument recognized a similar power either in the States or the National Government It was formed by consent, and...

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 November 1866

SPECIAL CARDS. UAYOSO SAYINGS INSTITUTION. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, Banking House 19 Madison St. Thin Institution, organUod in VSf, has been in continuous and successful operation for the pat ton yoars. It continues to transact GENERAL EXCHANGE AND BANKING BUSINESS. Will receive Deposits. Buy and Bell Foreign & Domestic Exchange, Gold, Silver and Uncurrent Money. SELLS Exchange in sums to suit purchasers, en Londun ahd all the leading oitiei of the United States, and will make collections on all accessible places in tho South and West. E. M. AVKKY, Cashier. 101 J0'IJi HMKK, resident. lSjio lSSlJHAflC: AXD TRUST COM PANY, OF MEMPHIS. TEHJT. Office, Desoto Block, Madison St. Capitol ZT. $300,000. rpiU8 COMPANY INSURES AGAINST J loss by Fire. Mnrine and River Risks. Directors Win. M. FarnnRton, W. B. Gal bruith. W. B. Greenlaw. C. W. Goy.r. J. J. llawliugs. Z. P. Bowles and C. B. Church. " ''wM. W. FARRINUTON.Frcs't. J, Q. T.ONHT) A 1,K. Scc'y. jr BOARDINC. BOARDINO.-A FRONT ROOM AND Bo...

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 November 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. Office JVo. la lxHon gtroet LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION POETRY. From the Kiohmond Dispatch. ARB WEB TO ''ONLY A PKIVATE.' Why not an officer, though ha be i dressed In a uit of gray decked off with gold ; Isbenotottcnwun oru.erj ,..,.,. As Stuart and Asbby, and Jaekson-tbe best? llilirasiin oraut"- f Why not an officer? He marched end he fought. lie sullorou ana nurvtm ,u uj , The knowledge he had oould never be bought be To crush out tne irum 01 ui tuw SOUgllt, , ,, Or lead biunolfnnto the wrong. An officer I ye with ribbons 'tis true. Not gilded with falsehood and shame. But lustrous and briRht as bis soul was true. For hid country evor thing willing to do; And that make glory and fame. An officer! yon hcij dead on the field, - far away iroin me niii u. ..tl r, ..-.Jin.ln II OIVMI I.O Rill ield v niie prayers urcw:;ii.i.i, w ii "Ii i The brave, gallant "pint that sever would yield in ucienJe oi jusuco wu nuu, An officer I yes-be i resting at last : no more in uwn " -- ...

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