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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 13 November 1866

s i I PUBLIC DIRECTORY. A D V 1IUTISKMENTS ARE INSERTED IN J V this Column at 7 ei a una per monin, HA K l)U UK LKWIS. A 1 TORN IS i AxLA W ami Snlioitur in Chancery, No. i&O beoond troct. (Stillmnr.'e Block,) Memphis. 6 ii OUTS AND bllOKS MADB 10 ORDER by r. llenntgttr, niMiison sr.. u UIGUS it PETERSON, COAL DEALERS. ollieo la Madison street. cy liUKKli, JOHN E.. CITY INSPECTOR. Ollice un bluu", between Woahiuglou and Adams streets. c 111 IN A, ULASS AND U KENS WARE, at 178 Main at. V oorneia a i-ainoa. co ClLAHP" VANCE ANDERSON,. ATTOR- ncys-ftt-Liiw. Seldon Building, lo Madiaon street. Memphis. Temi. 61 ( 10 A L OIL, LAMPS. CHIMNEYS, T1N l J wars, Knaps, Lard Oil, Lanterns, at 0. r. Prescott A Co- a, 4U Jtlfurson street. 79 lOMMEl'.ClAL HOTEL, OUll. FRONT Jo!Iersin, Wheeler A bryaoii, )iro'. tM TTELAP & C0 COTTON FACTORS. 212 I I hVnnt .rrent. Mmnnhia. Tenn. W I ICK1NS0N .1 is. a iiuu.. cotton 1 l.'....!,.,-,, Prnt .tret. 75 - . i ArvTLu utcL'uit uiiAnTif!AL ' Plumber, (...

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 November 1866

MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE RAILHOAJ). 03 MILTO SHOItTEK Than any Other Rcmt rpO URENADA. JACKSON. VICKSBURa 1 end New Orleans. Trains leave dally at 4:11.1 p.m. Time to N ew Orleans, JO oours. Through tickets for dale as Mississippi and Tennessoe Depot, foot Mai" street and at Mo, a Jcaorsou W "fui spt. C.P.OAKLKY, . Orn'l Ticket Arcnt, PUBLIC LEDGER. Ofrice. No. 13 MadUon Htreet LARGEST CITY C1RCLLATI0N. MKMPHIH: Tuoaday Evening, Nov. 13, 186S ITS WEAKNESS. The New York Tribune enumerate trie followine nnDors as in favor of the constitutional amendment: The Tribune nnd the Homer Iliad, in Louisiana; in Georgia, the Savannah Republican ia the Loyalist; in South Carolina, the Charleston New and the Journal; in Tennessee, the Nashville Frets and Times; in North Carolina, the Newbern Times, the. Raleigh Stand ard and the Charlotte Democrat; in Texas, Flack's Galveston Bulletin, the Austin Southern inltwgencer ana me Sun Antonio Express; in Virginia, the New Nation. Commenting upoa ihii ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 13 November 1866

'4 ' V I i SPECIAL CARDS. 0AI030 SAYINGS INSTITUTION. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, Banking Housejt) Madison St. This Institution, organized In ISM, ha been in continuous! and successful operation fur the past Ion years. It continues to transact a GENERAL EXCHANGE AND BANKING BUSINESS. Will receive Deposit, Buy and Boll . , Foreign & Domestlo Exchange, Gold, Silver and Uncurrcnt Money. BELLS Exchange In luma to subpurchasers, on London atid all the leading oitioa of the United States, ond will make collections on all accersiblo plaoea In the South and West. IS. 31. AVKKY, Cashier. 101 JOH.N C. LAMEK. President. ii;sjio iiVsi'itAAit;! i AND " T11UST COMPANY, OP MEMPHIS. TENN. Office, Desoto Block, Madison St. Capital. $1100,000. riMUS COMPANY INSURES AGAINST J. loan by Firo. Marine and Kiver Risks. Directum Wm. M. Farrington, W. B. Gal hruitli. W. 1J. Groonlaw, 0. W. Goyer. J. J. Rnwliugs. Z. P. Bowles and C. B. Church. " WM. W. FAHRINGTON, Pres't. .T. O. LOXSDALK, He-'y. 3-72 BOARDINC. BO...

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

PUBLIC LEDGER. OIHce. No. 18 ldiwon Btreat UlPTniTTl-IRClLATION DARLING, TELL ME TE8. Saxe is not always sarcastic and witty, but sometime sings as tender and true a lay as ever flowed in impassioned lines from'love-smitten troubadour, as wituess tie following: One little moment more, Maud ; One little whisper luoro: I huve a word to speak, Maud, 1 never breathed before. 1 What can it be but love, Maud? And du I rightly gueu. Tis pleasant to your ear, Maud 7 0 darling tell uie yes I The burden of my heart, MauJ. 'i'hore's little uoed to tell : Tln-ro's little need to ay, Maud, I've loved you long and well. Thore's language in a sigh. Maud, One's moaning to cxpiou : And youra-waa it for me, Maud 7 0 darling, tell me yet I , My eyes have told my love, Maud, And on my burning cheek You've read the tender thought, Maud. My lips refused to speak. I rave you all my heart, Maud; "i'i needleei to confess: And did you give yours, Maud 7 0 darling tell me yos I 'Ti fad to starve a lovo. Maud,...

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 November 1866

I'd in ( if i 1 . 1 V PUOLIC DIRECTORY. "i DVEimflEMENTS ARE INSERTED IN t f "iIttjiouirL"iiWis. attorney at Law 1 1 ' 1 I and Solicitor In Chancery, No. 80 BeooiTO itai. (KMIImnn'i lllock.) Muuiphi. ') bllUJ'JH M AUK TO ORDER I hy F. llnnniirer, V Madison it. ljklUUS ITkTKKHON, COAL DEALERS n..m...lilHifn trA.I Ml ; ,!"'lUKKi5. JOHN E., CITY INSPECTOR. X OHive on bluff, between Washington anil ' ' ! Allium streets. . 13 i UliNA, WLAKH AND QUKKNSWARE. it , , ly 17 Main st, .Voorheis A Patrick. M 1LAPP, VANCK A ANDERSON. ATTUR- i ..vd-..t-l.nt .1.1.,.. Uuil.lii.tf iX Muilt.nll street. Meimiliis. Tenn. 6i lOAt. OIL, LAMPS. CHIMNEYS, T1N KJ wars, Snaps, Lard Oil, Lanterns, at 0, Prescott A Cos. jit J enerson treet. . ' 7U OJMMKKUIAL HOTEL, COR. FRONT A Jeltoriii.n, W hauler A Hryson. pru'l. o I ICK1NH0N, J. W. A BRO.. COliUXJ 1 Fiu'tors. 21" Front street, Vi in ivuruv . r.wioml PRACTICAL ? Plumber. Gas and Steam Pipe Fitter, 2UH Kmc,,,,.! Hlrm,!.. our. ut Jetterson. ' lRANK (JUMM1NUS, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 14 November 1866

if, il MISSISSIPPI "AND TENNESSEE HAILEOAl).; 5 MIXES SIIOKTKK ' "tLW any Other Itoute 0 GRENADA? JACKSON. VICES .-, I and Slew Orleans. 'lrair.1 leave i MU'iurB jaci:vw m nitvuv. ' '(jfn'rrirkM .Kent 4-14 PUBLIO'IiEDGER.' Office, No. 13 Madlaon Street MR(iLST CITY ' CIKCILATIOX. Wodneflay Evan1!, ffov. 1. 186 s A. GLBDLE. OF 6TEAM .. Jl WOSLD. ABOUND THK A Philadelphia paper calls attention , to thefkci Uial tlie teginninR of the new rear will witness the inauguration of un broken steam communication around the plohe. to be thenceforth prosecuted as 'iV regularly as tho arrival and departure of European steamships at our wnarves. The steamship Henry Chauncey will sail on the lUh of December for the isthmus; will connect there with the Golden City for San Francisco ; and Jrom San Fran cisco, on the first day of January, the steamship,. Cbjorade will sail for Yoko hama, in Japan, and Hong Kong, in Chini' IfarrlveS it the1 latter port, the nassencer: wishes still to journey west ward,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 14 November 1866

I' .ii in :..1!II. i on-:. 81'' .,r. u . ...I r . 9PF-PIALJCARDS QAY030 SAVINGS INSTITUTION. " ' r rMfeMInis,TItNNE.SEE,; Banking House 19 3Iadlson St. k ' v Jrbiu iniditadoiVoTganliod lb 1X4. has been in continuous and successful operation for the post ten years. , It onntinues to t run sac t a GENERAL EXCHANGE AND BANKING BUSINESS. Will r?coive Deposits, Buy and Eell ' 'L rorelgn & : Domeatlo -' Exchange, Gold, SUrer anil Uncurrent Money. SELLS Exohango In lumi to suit purch.weri, on LoaJun and all the leading cities of the .; United Stale, and will make collections on all aocessiblo plaoei In the South and Wait. E. M -AVKRT. Cashier. : ! ' ' : 101 JOUJi . LANIKR, President. V.UU'.'sl ,l. AMD Til USX COMPANY, , .. .... ' , . I .'..I OT MEMPHIS, TEHN. Office, Desoto Block,' Madison- 8t riiHIS COMPANY. INSURKS AGAINST ' 1-lose by Fire. Marine.and Kiver Risks. ' Directors Win. M. iarringion.W. B.Gal- " Mm Ih, W.tJ. uroeiuaw, j. lT.UOJ:r. ii. .."llawliuga. 7j. P. Bowles and C. H. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 14 November 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. Otllcp. Nol3 Madiwon Htreot uugest" chy "circulatiox OETRY. Froro tuoBastrop(Texas) Advertiser. THK DYING FATHER. For three More yours, my daughter, I've muled on lif's rough see, And (till tuohoavoiily Pilot 1 Ju-t an dear to mo , Asinlire'iilrstdawning I was launched upon its tide. And through its tempting breaker lledidjny frail bark guide. I trusted him in childhood, I trusted him in youth I And now uiy heart draw eomfort From the piigs of holy truth. I know that the port is nearing, For faith descries tho light. And the heavenly Pilot sleeretli Tothelnnd whore is no night. Como kneel beside inc. darling. For Iheo shall be my prayer. For I'll oon be with ihe angels, And meet your mother there. May the orphan's tiod protect you In this eold, bleak world, alone: Mnv he irently guide your footstep Till bis angels take you home. BY TELEGltAPH. MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES LATEST FR03I ALL QUARTERS Louisville, November 13. Daily cot ton Bales at three o'clock in tlie afternoon ...

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

PUBLIC DIRECTORY. ADVERTISEMENTS ARE INSERTED EN thin Column at 7ft cent a line per month. 1 XTU!0TjRtBW"lS, ATTOKNKY AT LAW IJ and Solicitor in Chancery. No. 2H0 Second street, (Stillman'a Mock,) Memphis. 63 OOTH AND S1I0KS MADE TO OUDKll by V. H ennigcr. !)' Madison at, 6. KKiUS H. FKI'EKfciON, COAL DEALERS, otlioo 13 dlailisun street. o. 1UUIKL, JOHN E., CITY J Olliott on blulTi between V INSPECTOR. iVanhington ami Adam streets. c 111 IN A, ULAbS AND QUKKNSWAKli, it iiXMainst. vourneis jrutricK. oo 1LAPP, VANCE A ANDERSON, ATTOR y ncya-at-Lnw. Seldon Iluildinf, 16 Madison ' street, Memphis. Tenn. ISO 10AL OIL. LAMPS, C1IIMNKVS. T1N V J ware, Suuns, Lard Oil. Lanterns, at 0. ' reBcolt Si Co. s. 40 Jefferson street. IS Commercial hotel, cor. front a I I Jeflertson. Wheeler tiryson. pro'l. b lfIKINSUN. J. BRO., COTTON I Factor. 210 Front street, 1LANNERY. JOSEPH. PRACTICAL 17 Plumber, Gas and Steam Pine Fitter, Second street, cor. of Jefferson. ' lRANK. CUMMIN08, OROCKR COM r minion...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 15 November 1866

MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE RAILROAD. k mii.l.M SlIOlMIHt Than any Other Route no ORE SAD A i JACKSON. VICKSBURO "i xt ii.i...... ' mm leave dally at iiT. m. XiBO U New Orleans, WS hours, issuance OhccUed 'irbrouatU. Through tickeU for sale at Mi'jlPl'l Tonnes"" Depot, foot M ain street, end at No. 6 Jcnerson street, under Commerc.a lio el rt rt i tr i i v A.O. IjA T Aiiv.xj. vi - ftpn't Ticket Atrpnt. 4-14 PUBLIC LEDGER. OfHce. 3Vo. Madlwon Btreet MKMPHISi Thursday Evening, Nov. 15. 1866 TwrPVAfiTOEST OT JOHNSON. Tlie originators of our Government Isp! nfforied the means ol reachi tl,n President and expelline him from (r-B fnr official misconduct It was foreseen that the great offics would draw ftr it nowers intended (brother depart ments, and thus, if unchecked, consoli date all authority in the hands of a biur! man. Necessarily much discretion must be exercised, and much done by the ',. Tresident in matters for which there ii neither precedent nor law. Usage be mines law. and prece...

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

). ) SPECIAL CARDS. GAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, i Banking House 19 Madison St. V 1 " f 1 Thli Institution:, organised In I860, 1m been in continuous and successful operation for the pant ten yuan.- II continue io transact a GENERAL EXCHANGE AND BANKING BUSINESS. Will receive Deposits, Buy and Boll Foreign & Domestic 1 Exchange, Golil, Silver and TJnenrrent Money. BELLS Exchange in sums to suit purchaser, An T.Anrlnn Ahi I all the leading cities of the United Suites, and will make collections on all accessible places in the South and West. ' E. M. AVERT, Cashier. i l' 101 JOHN . LANIER, President. U4.SOTO lASlltAACE i ' - . 1KB . .u-.l ( " : TltUST COM jPANY, OF MEMPHIS. TBNN, OiEoe.' Desoto Block, Madison St. Cttiitt......:.Jlir..l-.3oo.o6o. rpniS COMPANY INSUBKr'aoAINST 1 hiss by tiro. Mnrino and River Risks. Directors Win. M. i'arriugtoo, W. 1). Gal 1 With, W. B. Greenlaw, C. W.Uoyor J. J. Kuwlings, Z. P. Bowles and C. B. Church. " ' WM. W. FARRINUTON. Prea...

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 November 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. 13 Madinon B treat LARGEST, CITY CIRCULATION POETRY. Prom the Louiiville Courier. TEE FIRST BIGN8 OF DECAY. I hear the wind among the trees, ' Playing celestial symphonies. r1 I ice the brandies downward bent l.ike some great shining instrument. . Wild flown" strew n"r pathway ,bV , And wood-bird ting with rapt delight. Hoses bloom all bright with tfow, And beauties smiling ever new ; From shadowy vale to wild cliff s higbt Shine glorious sunbeams, softly bright; All is still in this lovely glado I (itch that nature s sweets must fade, . For, glancing in a grassy bed, I see a leaflet, crimson red, ' As ifthe tears of Natures grief Had fallen on that littlo loal. J rit and muse half awake, half dreaming. O'er future doubts and fortune t seeming. And always iu my reverie This sad and warning thought will be : Though we dwell in scenes of ease. All bright with flowers and lofty trees; Though wa dream not uf doeay. And live our life, a sunny day. That crimson ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 16 November 1866

PUBLIC DIRECTORY. h DVERTI8EMENTS ARE INSERTED IN V tliii Column at 7.S iiit a line per month. YjAUBOUR LEWIS. ATTORNEY AT LA W I I ami K,,ll..i.,,i- In rhanrorV. No. 280 bSOODII street. (Stillman's Ulock.) Memphis. 8M OOIS AMU bUOES M ADE TO OKDEH Viv If Ilonnizor .'J1. Madmon St, OS KIliOH Je PiiTERcWN. COAL DKALEK8. (i llicoia Madison street, o BURKE, JOHN K., lflftrju;j.u, Oflicu on bluff, between Washington and Atlauia streets. '73 CIIINA, ULAHMANUyUKKNSWAttJi.AT J 173 Alain it. VoorbeisA Patrick. Sd CLAl'P. VANCE A AKUKKSOM. ATTUft- ncys-at-Law. Solden Building, 16 Mudison street. Meiniihift. Tonn. ' 130 iMOAL OIL. LAMPS, CHIMNEYS, TlN Vj wore, Soaps, Liird Oil. Lanterns, at 0. K. Prescott & Co.'s. ii) J I'fforaon stroet. , 79 uuuu'nl i I. ITIlTl,'!. PUk. If HUNT i Jcffuraon. Wheeler A Uryson, pro'i. o DICKINSON. J. W. BKO, C0ITOH Factors. 210 Front atreet. Ja T.M.ANNERY. . JOSEPH. PRACTICAL J? Plumber, Gal and Stoaro Pipo tutor, IWA Second street, cor. ol JoBorson. I.MIAN...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 16 November 1866

SibSISSIPPI ASD TENNESSEE BAI LBO A T . OS MIXES KUOBTEU Than any Other Route rpo GRENADA. JACKSON, YMKBWJRg I and New Orleans. -Trains !SJ? pTm. Time to New Orleans. 26 hours. Usecaee CUecked Throuali. Through ticket for sal at Missumppiand jcnerson g YlVKKJiOBlS, Oen'l Bupt C. P.OAKLKY! ... , 4.14 Hen 'I Ticket AfPTlt. PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. 13 Madison Street LABCEST C1T! CIRCULATION. M KMPHI81 Friday Evening, Nov. 16th, 1866 THE COTTON FACTORIES OF TENNESSEE. Before the wnr, many distinguished Southern men advocated home manufua tories and direct trade with Europe, as the best means of combating the Abolt tionists. Nobody now will deny that they were right. But it is not too late to convert the South into a manulactur- ine, stock-raising and grain-growing country. When that shall have been ac complished, the surplus of production and the profits of manufacturing will render our section the richest in the world. There is no reason why we should not adopt this policy, but every...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 16 November 1866

4 I 'j SPECIAL CARDS. 6AY0S0 SAVINGS INSTITUTION. MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE, . . I Hanking House 19 Madison St. Tl.li Tnatltution. organised in 1856, bos been in continuous and successful operation for the past ton years. It oontlnuos to transact a OUNERAL EXCHANGE AND BANKING BUSINHBS. ; s Will receive Deposits, Buy and Boll Foreign & Domestic Exchange, Gold, Stiver and Unenrrent Money. BELLS Exchange in sums to iuit purchasers, on London and all tho leading cities of the United States, and will make oolleotioni on all accessible placet in the South and West. K. SI. AVKRT, Cashier. 101 JOUX C. LAMER, President. . , , ' AHD TRUST COM PANY, OF MEMPHIS, TENS.""..' Office, Deaoto Block, Madison St. Capital.. ...!300,000. ri'IIIS COMPANY INSURES AGAINST 1 loss by Firo. Marino and River Risks. Directors Wui. M. Farrington, W. B.Gol braitb, W.B. lircenlaw, C. W. Ooyer. J. J. llawlings. Z. P. Howies and ' C, B. Church. WM. W. FAKRINUION, l'rei't. J. o. rnNniAi.F. twy. 3-72 BOARDING. DOARDING-...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 16 November 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. OUlce. No. 1U MadUon Street LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION BY TELEGRAPH. MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES ... ; . .' , LATEST FR0J1 ALL QUARTERS Livkbpool, November 15. The. cot ton market opened dull, and prices de clined fully id; middling uplands are quoted at 14d. The day's sales of cot ton are estimated at 7000 bales. London, November 15 Noon. Con sols 90c for money; 5-20' s, 70; Erie, 61 J; Illinois Central, 78c. . " The rebel bondholders are about bring ing their case under notice of the British Government as a set off against the Ala bama claims of the United States. It is reported that when the French tmftna vftrnntfi Home, the Romans will immediately vote in favor of being an tipxprl to Itft.lv. Louisville, Nov. 5. The Courier will announce to-morrow that the State Convention will be held at Frankfort, February 22d. Gen. Thos. S. Crittenden has resigned the State Treasuryship. Alfred Allen U Tiia successor. Crittenden goes to fVlifnrmn tn pnmmnnd his regiment of the regular ar...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 17 November 1866

) - - . .. - - - - -- - - t--cmm . . . . . - " " i.irx. -erc I PUBLIC DIRECTORY. ; 7 A DVEUTISEMENTSAKJtlJMHBttriiUia BAKUOUH LEWIS. ATTORN KY AT LAW and Solicitor in Chancery. No. 280 BeoonH street. (Stillnian 't Hlnck.) Memphis. 88 0OXS ANl SHOES MADK TO ORDER by y. Ilcnniifer, Vij aifailison St. e kltiUei Jr. PETERSON, COAL DEALERS. ollice 13 Mailiwin street, cm BURKE, JOHN E.. CITY INriPECTOU. Oilioo on bluff, butweua Washington and : Adams streets. 73 c lltlNA. ULASS AND yUEKNSWAKK. at iiBMnin st. v oorneia a rairica. oa liAPP. VANCE ANDERSON. ATTOK- J ncrs-at-Law. Selden Buildinz. IS Madirnn street, Memphis, Tenn. 130 10 A L Ulb. LASll'c, CHIMNEYS. TIN j wura. Suaps, Lard Oil. Lanterns, at 0. F. Prescott k Co.'s. 40 Jefferson street. 79 r iDMMEU'CIAL liUTKL. COR. FROM! A l Jefferson. WheelerA Brysnn, pro's. tW 1 UCKINSUN. J. W. A BRO., OOiTON 1. Factors. 2l front street. 75 AMIS A CO., MARBLE AND X ritono Works, cor. 2d and Adamants T.UANNERY. JOSKPH. , PRACTICAL J? Plumber, U...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 17 November 1866

S1ISS1SS1PPI AND TENNESSEE K A i iJ H " km ill I I. KM 8UOHTKU Than any Other Route mo GRENADA. JACKSON. VICKSBURO I .) Nrfw Orleans. Train! leave daily at 46 p.m. Time to New Orleans. 26 hours. UftCCWJO Checked Through. Through ticket for sala at Mississippi Tenn Depot, foot Main street, and at No. -WMlA. 4-14 PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. 'No. 13 Madiaon Street LARGEST CITI CIRCULATION. M Ifl m r H I H I Saturday Evening, Nov. 17. 1866 thk DOMESTIC POLICT OF THE SOUTH. Now that the North has assigned the South a position of inferiority in the Government becanse it bates our people, and because it has the power to oppress them, the question arises, What shall thpv do? Disowned as a people, and oppressed as a section, they must have a tioliev. and unity of sentiment and action. The best minds should grapple the subject, and teach the people what their duty is, in what direction their in terests lie, and how to achieve them. Isolated from the aid and sympathy of the North and West, the Sout...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 17 November 1866

I 5 i! J-1 SPECIAL CARDS. V GAYOSO MVLXGS INSTITUTION. i MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE, Banking House 19 Madison St. This Institution, organic J In 136, has bean in continuum and successful operation fur the pant ten yean. It continue In transact a GENERAL EXCHANGE AND j BANKING BUSINESS. Will rcoeive Deposits, Boy and Boll Foreign' & Domestio ' Exchange, Goldt Stiver aud Vncnrrent Money. BELLS Exchange in lumi to suit purchasers, on London and all tbe leading cities of the Unitod States, and will wake oolleotiont on all aecessiblo places in the South and West. -K. 31. AVERY, Cashier. ' ' 101 J0 l'. LAXIKIt. President. DKSOIO lASUKANCJB,, TRUST CO ML iANY, OB1 MEMPHIS, TENN. Office, Desoto 'Block, Madison St. CapitM..........-m....--lS300.000. rpiUS COMPANY INSURES AGAINST JL loss by Firo, Marine and River Risks. Directors Wm, M. FarrinKion, W. B. Gal bmith. W. B. Greenlaw, C. W. Uoyer. J. J. KawlingB, Z. P. Bowles and 0. B. Church. WM. W. FARRINGXON. Pres't. T. Q. I.ONSl'ALK. Soc'y. BOARD...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 17 November 1866

1 PUBLIC LEDGER. O.iue. No. I Mdii.on Htreei TurClTY CIRCULATION POETRY. THE SOUTHERN EXILE. In light or gloom tbat memory comes Across tho rolling foam I pass anin to earlier yean, Auii dream again of borne I You walk the brUht Virginia woodi. The winds are low and sweet The trumpet flower burns in the hedge, The blush roue round your toetl The tulip whisper overhead, . - The dove coos in the tree. As on that evening Ion i ago When you wore all to me 1 The door Virginia lilie bloom For you; the rosea blow j ,, Beside the rook-ribbed ocean marge An exile wanders alow Deep in the old memorial wood I sea you, musing roam And think M'J.'be'e's nothing half so sweet Aa thought of youth and home I BY TELEGMPH. MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES LATEST FR011 AIL QUARTERS Quiknstowk, November 1C, p.m. The steamship China touched here this after noon, en route for Liverpool. London, Nevember 1C The Tele graph denies the report that a commis lion is about to be formed to settle the Alabama claims. The Engl...

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