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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 19 November 1866

PUCL.IC DIRECTORY. ADVERTISEMENTS ARB INSERTED IN tliis Column at 76 ccnm a hue perjnontb. TVAIUwi lt LE WIS ATTOllNKY AT LAW 1) end Kollc-itor Id Chancory, No. 80 Second sired, (rjtHliiwn's lilnrk.l Memphis. Wl IjUl'MANU HIIOES MA DK TO ORDER tiy . lionmijer, , amuson st, o llfiiOSi Fh'I'KK.SON, COAL DKALEKH, ulnce 1.1 Martinon struct. r 1UIIKE. JOHN E., CITV INSPECTOR. J ) Office on bluff, botwoen Washington and A dams streets. 73 C 11IINA. ULAj AND QUEEN8WARK.iT liBfti-insi, vouruciHtX luincic. ea ALAFl. VANCE ANDERSON, ATTOK VJ ney-at-Law. Koldon Buildiug, Id Madison street, Memphis, Term. 130 10AL OIL, LAMI'S. CHIMNEYS. TlN J ware, rfuaps, 1 u ri Oil, Lantern, at 0. F. Fresrott 4 Co. f. 40 J iflorson street. 7U WMMERCIAL HOTEL, COR. FRONT j Jutloram, Wheeler A Hrymn, pro's. I) IC'KINr-ON. J. W. BllO., COTTON Factor, iW t ront street. 'J LUSHER AMIS CO.. MARBLK AND 'Jt3lt.IV nl? jJ., tono Works, cur. 2il ana Auann sts 1LANNERY. JOSEPH. . PRACTICAL JL1 Plumber, Uas and Steam Pipe...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 19 November 1866

MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE m t r. n n A I) . 53 SIIOKTEB Than any Other Route fM) GRENADA. JACKSON. YICKSBURfl 1 and New Orleans. Trains leave daily at 4 U5 p?m. Ximo to New Orl.ii. 24 hour.. Itostisse Checked TUrougk. . t f ..l. t Mississippi and 'i&roavn uobwi wr ... - Jellerson .uecu. unjjj.rc, d Hot el. PUBLIC LEDGER. Office, No. 13 Madison Street LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION. XtX Hi A A AAA o Monday Evening. Nor. 19. 1866 -at -n " -wm U T U EQUESTRIANISM EXTRAORDINARY. Gen. 0. 0. Howard, io a recent lec ture delivered in Newark, N. J., on " Christian duty to the South," said ' the actual relation of the North to the South is that of the conqueror to the con quered. Some preferred milder terms, but this is the actual state of the case.' He thereupon argues that something more than " magnanimity " , is required, and that "strict exactions" are proper. . This paragraph we God in an exchange paper. Howard is a respectable soldier, no doubt, but is a baby in politics. The party of wh...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 19 November 1866

) i J. ) PEClCARDS. GAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, Banking House 19 Madison St. Tbii Institution, organixed In 1&6, has been In cotitlntiom and successful operation for the pant ton yoars. It eon tin ues to transact a GEHERAL EXCHANGE AND BANKING BUSINESS. Will receive Doposits, Buy and Sell Foreign & Domestlo Exchange, Gold, liver and Unourrent Money. SELLS Exchango in sums to suit purohann, on London and all the leading cities of the United Statos, and will make collections on all accessible planes in the South and West, K. II. AVERT, Cashier. 101 ' JOHN I'. LAMKK, President. DESOTO EVSLHAXCE asd Tit USX COMPANY, OP MEMPHIS. TEMN. Office, Desoto Block, Madiaon St. Capital.....- .300.000. riMIIS COMPANY INSURES AGAINST 1 loss by Fire, Marine and River Risks. Dirctor Win. M. Furrington, W. 11. Gal brnith. W. B. Ureenlaw. C. W.Goyer. J. J. Kawlings. Z. P. Bowles and C. B. Church. ' WM. W. FARRINGTON. Pres't J. (J. T.ONSDAI.K. Soc'y. 3-72 BOARDING. 0ARDING-BY ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 19 November 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER: Office. No. 13 MadiKonBtreel LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION POETRY. MILTOH'S POEM. lam old end blind! Men point t Die a smitten by God s frown. Afflicted, snd deserted by ny BJ 1 Yet I ain not coat down. I am weak ; yet dying, I murmur not that I no longer see ; Vout. old. and helpless, I the uiure belong, jroor, m. ytibel supreme, t0 Xhee. Oh, Merciful Ono! When nion are tartbe-t. thco TUoa rt most When men pas coldly by-uiy weaknes shun Thy chariot I hour I Thy glorious face Is leaning toward me. and id holy light Shine in upon my lonely dwelling-place. And there in no mora night I On my bended knee I recognise Thy purpose clearly hown : Sly vision Thou hast dimmed that I may see Ihyscll Thyself alone. I have naught to foar This dai knew it the shadow of Thy wing : Beneath it I am almost aered ; here Can come no evil thing. Oh I I com to itaod Trembling whero feet of mortal lever yet hid Wrapped in the radianoe of Thy linleaa hand. Which cyo bath never teen. Vision eome a...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 20 November 1866

PUBLIC DIRECTORY. DVERTI8EMENTS ARE INSERTED IN this Column at (! ceins a hp- per iaomn. 1 sARBOUR LKW1H, ATWKAKY AT LAW and Solicitor In Chanery, No. 2Sp beoond street. (BtillMnn.Ulook.) Memphis, m O0T.S AND. SHOES MADrV TO ORDER by f. II ennigor, wwiw u v. IB MUUS PNTERBON. COaL DEALERS. i) Hi co ISMatlisnn street. tw ijUHKIS. JOHN E.i CUV INSPECTOR. J) Office on bluff, between W ashingloa and Adams streets. 73 c "til IN A, ULAS.S AND Qli I hNSWARK, at 1(M Main it, v ooruoi. J rune, oo LaVP, VANCE 6 ANOKanON. ATTOR Vj neys-at-Law. Seldon Building, 15 Madison tract. Metnnhis. Tenn. ISO UI1T Mil. 1. AMI'S 1 .11 I .VI IV K V H. Tin J ware, Soaps, Lard ou Lantern, at 0. F Piescott A Co. s. 40 Jefferson street. 7 COMMERCIAL HOTEk, COR. FRONT ,j Jeu'ersoc, Wheeler A Bryson. pro s. " nlCKINSON. J. W. civO.i U01lo is.i.tor. VIII Front street. TO Factors, aiu Front .trect. MbUER AMIS CO.. MARBLR AND I ;.!,. iiaf 9.1 on, I AdainSStS. Be . I" IU II " .1 HI w . - JOSEPH. PRACTICAL JT Plumber,...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 20 November 1866

MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE B A I L B O A J? . -03 MILES SIIOUTEB Than any Other ltoute mO GRENADA. JACKSON. VICRSBURG T nd New Orion. Train, leave daily a. Ai pTm. lime to New Orleans 2 tour.. , " UaKitoBO CUecked TbrotieU. ' Through ticket for sale at MissiMippij an. Tennessee DP0t. foot Main .tieeL and at No. . CF-OAKte,., 4-14; PUBLIC LEDGER. i Office. No. 18 MadUon Btreet URCESTCITY C1RCIJLATI0N MEMPHI81 ' Tuesday Evening, Nov. 20, 186C i Tnim rnWMTJHIOir BET. liev Dr. Adgkb, of South Carolina, in . Wtor to Dr. Backus, of Baltimore. lately published, makes the following tiimerit and vouches tor the tact "When General Shemus' army A ik.tnirh WinoVinrn. 8. C. a Cant. uasscu 1 - Fcllsb, and six others of that army, robbed one ot tne runus; tiu e;n Prpahvtprian Church there of the an .1 nnn.miiiiirtn not till, oift nf dvine female member of the tame, cost- ing two hundred una eiguij uuimn iu New York, and having the chuich'g name and the donor' name engraved upon each article." - . ....

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 20 November 1866

I ) 5 PECIALCARDS. GAYOSO SAYINGS INSTITUTION. JJ EM PHIS, TENNESSEE, Banking House 19 Madison St. Thii Institution, organised in 1S56, ha been In continuous and successful operation for tlio past ton yean. It continues to transact a s GENERAL EXCHANGE AND BANKING BUSINESS. Will receive Deposits, Buy and Bell Foreign & Domestic Exchange), Gold, Silver and Vncnrrent Money. SELLS Exchange in turns to suit purchasers. on London and all the leading cities of the United States, and will make collections on all accessible places in the South and West. E. II. AVERT, Cashier. 101 JOHN C. LAX IKK, President. desoto insurance AND . XII USX COMPANY, OF MEMPHIS. TESTIS'. Office, Desoto Blook, Madison St. Capital., ,.............$300,0OO. qmiS COMPANY INSURES AGAINST X loss oy fire, manneauu ",.. Directnn-Wm. M. Farringtoo., W. B.Gal braith, W. 1). Greenlaw. C. W.Goyer. J. J. Kawliugs. Z. P. Bowles and C. 11. Church. WM. W. i'AKKINUION, Pres't. J.Q . T.ONSDALK. Pee'y. -72 BOARDING. 11 CARDIN...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 20 November 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. Office, No. 13 Madison Htreel LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION POETRY. A BPAJI8S CPITAB SONG. ' Good night, food night to thee, dearest and I come but to kindle one snark In thy breast, And now I am going to dreamt and roposo. Forget not the fund one whose heart for thee To know bnt too well that thii bosom of mine Can sigh for thee only, and long to be thine ; Iiut ouee more good night to thee, dearest and AndTorlret not thy fond on when linking to rest. I fondly Imagined, in momenta oHoy,-. Thy rum all sincere and recorded on high. But dare not believe that yon oonitant can Or rema n a unchanging and faithful as I. Two yeara for thee only thii iaithful heart beating , Ilea cherished one hope thine ever to be; But. dearest, good night, the momenta ate floet- Oh.'lo'me be never forgotten by thee. BY TELEGRAPH. MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES LATEST FROM ALL QUARTERS , Florence, November 19. Baron Risi rolli, Prime Minister of the Italian Gov ernment, has issued a circular discourag ing t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 21 November 1866

1 ) ) PUBLIC DIRECTORY. DVERTISEMENTS ARE INSERTED IN thit Column at7ooents a lino pot month. .ahpiiiih I.UWIH. ATTORNEY AT LAW 15 and Solioitor in Chancery. No. 280 Second Wreer. (Ktillmiui's block.) Memphis. M 1LUFK CITY BALOON, NO. 14 JEFFKR Jj Hon it, Rol-son 4 Meeban, Proprietors. VSS 1JOOX8 AND SHOES MADE 10 ORDER by r llenniger. Madison it 6 UIljUB 4 PETERSON, COAL DEALERS, omoe 13 fllaoiaon street. oj BUKKE, J01IN K.i CITY IiWJSUIUK. OUioeoa bluff, between Washington and Adams streets. "3 A, GLASS AND QUKKNSWAHK. it LAPP, VANCE 4 ANDERSON, ATTOR V nevs-ot-Law. Selden Building, 16 Madison street, Memphis. Tenn. 130 : "10AL OIL. LAMPS. CHIMNEYS, TIN ' J ware, Soaps, Lard Oil, Lanterns, at 0, F. Presoott A Co.'s. 40 Jefferson street, 79 -COMMERCIAL HOTEL, COR. riMjax a i .lirniin. Wheeler 4 Brvsnn. Dro's. o I1CKINS0N, J. W. 4 BttU, CU11UH 1 Factors. Silo Front street. 75 TMSUEl. AMIS CO.. MARBLE AND X: Stono Works, eor. 2d and Adams sts. He 1,'LANNERY. JOSEPH. PRACTICAL J? Plum...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 21 November 1866

MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE H A I L B) A I) . 52 MILKS SIIOKTEK Than any Other lioute rpO GRENADA, JACKSON. VICKSBURQ 1 and 1 ew Orleans. Train, Imv daily at l)5p.m. Time to New Orleans. honours. ' Uacsaee Checked Through. Through ticket, for sal. at MiMiMlppIj and Tei.ne.ae. Depot, foot Mm No. 5 jenersou IVMMOH Ota's 6upt CP. OAKLEY. , . n'l Ticket Ami. P9 PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. 13 Madiion Street LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION. MKMPHIHi Wednesday Evening, Now. 21, 1866 F1TI50 EEPOBTS. Report announcing that Conservative and Radical politicians have been cloa eted with President Jobnsox, come thick from WashinRton. The subject of these conferences is said to be compromise on the Southern question. It is reported that the President is disposed, if not to recede from his former course, at Isast to make some concession for the sake of peace. We discredit such stories. His objection to the doctrines and conduct of the Radicals was found upon constitutional considerations mainly, aod we . do...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 21 November 1866

SPECIAL CARDS. GAYOSO SAYINGS INSTITUTION. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, Banking House 19 Madison St. This Institution, organiied in 1856. has been in eontinuoui and successful operation for the put ten yean. It continues to transact a GENERAL EXCHANGE AND BANKING BUSINESS. Will reccire Deposits, Buy and Sell Foreign & Domestic Exchange, Gold, Silver and linear-rent Money. SELLS Exchange in rami to luit purchaser!, on London and all the leading citiei of the United Statei, and wilt make collection! on all accessible places in the South and West. K. V' AVERT. Cashier. 101 JOHN C. LANIKK, President. lUMTO JLVSIKA.NCX TRUST COMPANY, OF MEMPHIS, TENN. Office, Desoto Block, Madison St. Capital.... 300,000, riMIIS COMPANY INSURES AGAINST I If ! 1 U . ubH tl I all X loss oy riro. oianuo ,m Directors Wm. M. iarnngton, W. B.Gal- braith, W.B. ureemaw, y. " , "V"". " " Rawliuga. Z. P. Bowie and C. B. Church. WM. W. FARRINUXON. Pre t. J.Q. T.ONSI'AT.K. Pec'v. , d-72 BOARDING. 0ARDIN0 BY TIIE DAY OR W...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 21 November 1866

I'UBLIOJjKDGEE. OHJce. No. 1 Madinon Wtree LM'.d'KST CITY CIRCULATION POETRY. Tne following Hnei, which have never before been published, wore written more than thirty years since. The author, a .n has always been a true poet, without, perhaps, bein aware of the fact This poem is in singular uUu .., -;., t fugitive Doetry of the day it has the advantage of merit. To ua it seems beautiful : " HAVE BETTER HOPES." "Have better hope, we'll meet again," were the last word of a dying mother. Hay, bettor hope, "-how oft that little word, Aa if by whiiperint angeU aweetly siren. Cornea gliding down along the golden chord That elankless links my longing soul with heaven. ,, w lis as the distant beacon's peering light That guides the wandoring seaman to his home, . Who, in the storm and cheerless gloom or night, t. t..'J miilat the ooean'a foam. It points where hate was never known to frown. -k: .;nri niiuinna ever come to mar. And bids me hope, in her bright, glowing orown Of heavenly bliss,...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 22 November 1866

PUBLIC DIRECTORY. I DVERTISEMENTS ARK INSERTED IN V thli Column at 75 centa a Una per roomn. 1 ARBOUR LEWIS. ATTORNEY AT LAW anil Kolii-itir in Chancery. Mo. M) Boeond ' rent. iKlilltimn'. lilnok.) Memphis. 88 ' ilukFcit v haloon. no. 14 jkffer- k L son St. Rolison A Median, Proprietors. W2 hum AMI MKIRS MADE TO OKDKK by K. Hennwer. V'A mwlison it. o KIUUS A PKTKKKON. COAL DEALERS ollioe Id Alaiison street, en I JURTON. W. J., MoCALL S'i'KKKT, TWO J door, from Main, drainer, Marbler end Sinn fainter to the traee. 93 BUKK.K. JOHN E-, CITY INriPECTUR Office on bluff, between W antiunion anil Admns street. 7o c 111 IN A, ULAbS AN U UU KENS WARE, at He Mum St. V oorneu rumen. eo ClLArP. VANCE 4 ANDERSON, ATTOK- ney-at-Law. Heldou Building, 15 Madison ' street, Memphis, Tenn. -" 130 CtOAL OIL. LAMPS. CHIMNEYS. TlN ' ware, Soaps, Lard Oil, Lanterns, at O, K. PreM'ott 4 Coj, 40 Jefferson street. ' vi CIOMMKR'CIAL HOTEL, COR. FRONT A J Jetferann. Wheeler 4 lirysnn, pro's. UJ 1) It'KINSON, J...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 22 November 1866

KlaSlSSirri AND TENNESSEE RAIL It OA IJ. S3 MILKS SUOUTEU Than any Other Route 1 ud New Orleans. Trains leave daily at fib p.m. Tim to N ew Orleans. 20 boar. snhacked ThroucU Throuith tickets for sale at Mississippi I and Tennessee itepol, 1001 main una"" J slier son street, under Commercial Hotel. A. . LI VKKMOKK, Gen'l faupt C. F. OAKLc.it flen'l Ticket Arcnt. H9 PUBLIC LEDGER. Office, No. 13 Madlion Street LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION. MKMPHIHi Thursday Evening;, Nov. 22, 1866 HAVE WE HATUHAL AND CONSTITU TIONAL EIGHTS 1 Are the mea of the South freemen uu- ' dcr the Constitution of the country, or are they slaves under the domination of an atrocious political party ? The status ia what we wish to eet at It is not to he disputed that the men of the South are men, endowed by nature with every richt and faculty which tne most favored people of the earth possess. In what are these curtailed, to what end, and by whom ? Where is the law of man or Heaven that denounces them as inferi ors 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. — 22 November 1866

SPECIAL CAJ?DS GAYOSO SAVIJTCS INSTITUTION. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, Banking House 19 Madison St. "This Institution, organisod In 1FG6, hat been ; in eontinuoaa end successful operation for the pact ten years. - li eoutinues to transact a GENERAL EXCHANOB AND BANKING BUSINESS. Will rcoeive Deposit!, Buy and Bell Foreign & Domestic Exchange, Gold, Silver and Uncurrent Money. HELLS Exchange in aumi to iuit purchasers, on London and all tha leading cities of the United States, and trill muk collections on all accessible places In the South and Watt. K. M. AVERT. Cashier. 101 JOHN t. LAMER, President. UliSOTO IXSlltAiVClS AUD ' r TRUST COMPANY, OF MEMPHIS. TENN. Office, Desoto Block, Madison Bt. Capital., $300,000, rPHI8 COMPANY INSURES AGAINST 1 loss by Fire. Marine and Hiver Risks. ii . ii- i- : w I! H 1 lirectors wiu. m. rarriuK.".., braith. W. B. Greenlaw. C. W. (Joyor, J. J. Kuwlings. Z. P. Bowles and C. B. Church. . WM W. FAKRINUTON, Pres't. T.fl. LONSDALE. Beo'y. BOARDINC. 1 lOARD...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 22 November 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. 18 Madiaon Mtreet UhfiKsfClTY CIRCULATION POETRY. - imi Created by a nation's glee. With jest, and sons and rerelry. We sans it in our early pride Thronithout oor Southern border! wide. While ten thouiead throats ran out A promise in one (tlorious ehout Xo live or die for Dixie 1 How well that promise was redeemed. s witnessed by each field where gleamed; Victorious like tbe oiest of Mars The Banner of the Stan and Bars I The cannons ley our warrior low We til the ranks and onward (to, " To live or die for Dixie 1 To die for Dixie l-Oh. how blest Are thoee who early wont to rest. Nor know the future's awlul store, But deemed the cause they louxht for lure As heaven itseli. aud .o laid down The cross of eartn fur glory i crown. And nobly die for Dixie. ... , ; To live for Dixie-harder part I To tay the hand to still the heart I , To seal the lips, enshroud the past To have noduture all o er ca't Tu knit life's bruken threads auain.. And keep her inein'ry pu...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 23 November 1866

public directory: ADVERTISEMENTS ARE INSERTED IB thii Column at 76 eonte aline par month. 1 )AK110CR LKWIfl. ATTORNEY AT LAW Xi and Holioltor in unanoery, no. ;ou eeoona treat, (Htillinan a iilooKJ Meuipnu. I .MIFF CITY SALOON. NO. 14 JEFFKK J ton it. Koiion Maahan, Proprietor. W DOTS AND B110ES MADE TO ORDER bv V. II enniser, M adison It. VI UliliiJ av 1J L"T L U I B.T nnil fk L1 1 t IV U U omne 13 Aiamion street. . 1 JURTON, W. J.. MoCALL 61'REKT, TWO JTdoori irom Main, Urainer, Warbler and (jinn fainter to the traae. H3 1UKKE. JOHN K., CITY INSPECTOR. X) Utliee on bluff, between Waahintton anil Adams streets. ' 73 tlilNA, ULAHB AND QUKENtSWAKK, at J 17 Main t. voorfteis Patrick. 88 m .1 urn VAvriut k. ivnpuunu II'VOU. J neva-at-l.&w. Kelden Buililins. 1& Madison street, Memphis. Tenn. 130 ( WAh OIL. LAMPS, OHIMNKVB. TIN J war Preseott ware, Soaps, Lard Oil, Lantern, at v, i r a Co. s. 40 Jefferson itreet. 7 M KK'CI A L HOTEL, COR. FRONT j Jefforson, Wheeler A Bryson, pro ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 23 November 1866

, , ,.v .... MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE HAIIiBOAI). "r.2 MILES (SHOOTER Than any Other Route frO GRENADA, JACKSON. VICKSBUEO I V nrlanna Trkinl leBV dally St 4-115 p.m. Tiuie to New Orleans. 28 boars. ' llnesnae Cbeclied Tbrooch. Through ticketi for nte at Mississippi. an Teuncwsoe Depot, foot Wain street, and at No, Jefferson streot, under Cnimercia' Hotel. A. S. LIVER WOKE. Gen'l Supt C. P.OAKLKK. . , ... Oen'l Ticket Armt- PUBLIC LEDGER. Office, No. 13 MadUon Street LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION. M K M I 14 1 i Cvening, Nov. 23, Friday 1866 8TAHD FIRM. When negro suffrage shall have been conceded, there will remain other de mands to be enforced. Ihe Democracy will oppose them, at they opposed abo litionism and its results. They will pro- " test, appeal to the people, be defeated, and then advise the South to yield. Foremost of the demands yet to be madej is confiscation. We shall be told that the peace of the country requires it, and that without it the Lniou cannot be ce mented. Frate...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 23 November 1866

T?OH REPRESENTATIVE. - WK ARE JL authorised to announce WILLIAM Kj MOORE a candidate for Representative of I helby oounly in tho Legislature uf Tsummm. Kleetion on the 2th lint. SPECIAL CARDS. UAipSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, Banking Ilonse 19 Madison St. Thif Institution, orirnniifd In 18M, bai been In continuoui and successful operation forth pout ten yean. It continue! to transact a 1 GENERAL EXCHANGE AND BANKING BUSINESS. Will recoi've Deposits, Buy and Sell .1 Forcigu & Domestic. Exchange, a aid, Silver and I'ncurrent Honey. .' SELLS Exchange in suras to suit purohuers, on London and all the leading cities of the United State), and will make collections on all . accessible places in the South and West. , - ; K. M. AVKRY, Cashier. 1 J ; ioi J01IX C. LAMEIt, President. ii;oro insurance i ; '. -AKD- .V'i THUST CO M PANY, : ( ', or mf,mphi8, TEim.1, j Office, Desoto Blooli, Madison St. Capital.. $300,00O. 'PHIS COMPANY INSURES AGAINST . i loss by l ire. Marino an...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 23 November 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. 13 Madieon Mtreet LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION POETRY. LINES TO A SKELETON. Filly yeart ago the London Horning Chronicle published a poem entitled "Lines on a Skeleton;" which excited much attention. Every effort, even to the offering of a reward of lifly guineas ... woinlr made to discover the author. All that ever transpired was that the nrtnm in a fair clerklr hand, waa found near a skeleton of remarkable beauty of form and color, in the Museum ot trie lloyal College of Surgeons, Lincoln's Inn,. London, and that the curator of the museum had sent them to Mr. Perry, editor and proprietor of the Morning C hronicle : Behold this ruin 1 Tw a skull, . Once of etherial spirit full; This narrow ocll n life retreat. This siiaoe was thought's mysterious seat. What beauteous vision! filled thia spot I What dreams of pleasure long fursot I Nor hope, nor joy, love nor fear, llave left one trace of rcoord here. Beneath this mouldering canopy Once shone the bright and bu...

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