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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 24 November 1866

5 DIR ECTOR Y."T PUBLIC 1 DVERTTKKM ENT8 ARB INSERTED IN J. thiMJolumnjit 76 cents a lino per inonth.j li1 LUFF CITY tiALUOW, Jr.tl&H son at. Uoiaon Meonan. rroprmtora. w DOOT.S AMU SHOES MADK TO ORDER J by . UeiiniBer.W Madison t- Vi KIUUS PKTKUNON. COAL DKALKK8 oliice M Madison street. I JUKTON. W. J., McCALL oTHKKi, TWO J) doora from Main, drainer, Marnier and bin fainter to ttie traoo. M I MJKKK, JOHN K., CITY INSPECTOR. Otlioeon blulT. between Washington and Adams streets 73 1H1NA, ULAtiH ANI QUBENfcSYYAHK. at J 178 Main rt. Voorheie A Patrick. . 8 , UAPP. VANCE A ANDERSON. ATTOR- nerii-at-Law. Helden Jluilding. IS Madison street. Memphis, Tcnn. 130 CIOAL OIL. LAMPS. CHIMNEYS, TlN ) ware, goapa, Lard Oil, Lantern, at 0. F. ll.nnt, .t f'n ill .lfrrAf, riHMf TO WMMKlt'CIAL JiOTKL, COR. FRONT k I j Jeflorson. Wheeler A Brrson. pro's. i 1 virKINSON J. W. BRO.. COTTON 7a 1 Factorn. 210 Front stroet. IMS HER AMIS CO., MARULK AND ; Stono Worka. oor. 3d ad Ajami t. W T.UANNERY. JOS...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 24 November 1866

MSS1SSIPPI AND TENNESSEE 02 MILKS SUOUTUH Than any Other Iloute rpo GRENADA, JACKSON. VICKSBTJIta I and New Orleans. Trains leave dally at U6 p.m. Time to N ew Orleans. ' heart. IJaesase Checked Throush. Through ticket for nh at Mississippi end Tennessee Depot, foot Main "K" fNo' 0 C. P.OAKLKK, 4 . c IT fill l li n - BiBBaBaasssass assss PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. JJo. a ftls.dia.on Btreet LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION. MKMPHIHi Saturday Evening. Nov. 24. 1866 THE FLAN FOE BUILDING THE MEM PHIS AND BELMA RAILROAD. If we have written little on the subject of what is termed the Memphis and Selma railroad, the omission was dic tated by no indifference to so great an enterprise. We have thought, and still think, another road of more importance to this citv. and have given our reasons at length. Our people have been of the same opinion, and the Little Rock road is placed beyond doubt or ' conjecture. We can now turn our attention in other directions and ascertain hw matters stand on our own side ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 24 November 1866

CANDIDATES. TTOR TtEPRESENTATIVLV-WR ARK X1 authorised to announoe WILLIAM R. MOnilE a candidate for Representative of , Shelby count in the Legislature of Tennessee. Kle.-tlon mi the 2t'h Inst. SPECIAL CARDS. J. GAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION. l (MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE,-j Banking House 19 Madison St. This Institution, organised in 1836, hat been in continuous and successful operation for the Daft ten Tears. It oontinoei to traniact a ' GENERAL EXCHANGE AND BANKING BUSINESS. Will receive Deposits, Buy and Bell Foreign & Domestic Exchange, Gold, Stiver and Cneurrent Honey. 8 ELLS Exohange in lumi to suit purchasers, on London and all the leading eitiei of the United States, and will muko collection! on all acoeauinle placos in the South and West. . : E. M. AVERY, Cashier. :. . , ' ' 101 JOHN C. LAfilKR, President. ; JUUSOTO II.SVUAN.J12 TllXJSX COMPANY, OF MEMPHIS. TENN. Office, Desoto Block, Madison Bt. Capital 6300,000. rpHIS COMPANY INSURES AGAINST 1 lose by Fire. Marine and River Ris...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 24 November 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. Office, No. 1 Mdlon Htroet LARGEST CITY CIRCCLATION POETRY. A NURSERY SONG. As I walked over the bill on. day. 1 listen' d. and heard mother-sheep say: 1 n al" tli.Vroeii world there is notbin so .wcet A. my little lainmie with hu nimbi. Icot, With bin eyes so bright. And bin wool w whit.: . ; Oh ! he is my darliof. my heart delight. The robin, bo , That lines n the tree, , Dearly may doeton bis darling. Tour; But I love my own little lambk.n n.or..'' And the mother-sheep. and her little on Kirl hv lid. lay down in the iun, A, they went ti .leep on the hUl-.ide warm. M bile my litUe lauiwie lies here on my arm. I went to the kitchen, and what did I oe, lint the old grey eat with her kitten, three 7 I heard nor whisperinir soil eaid una: My kittens, with tails all o cunn.nBly ourl d. Ar. the prettiest things that can bo in the world. The bird on the tree. And tho old ewe, .he May love their babies exceedingly ! But I love my kittens there, Under the racking chair. I lo...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 26 November 1866

PUBLIC DIRECTORY. ADVERTISEMENTS ABE INSERTED IN thla Column at 76 oents lino cor month. LUFF CITY SALOON. NO. H JkFtfcK ob ft, Jlolison meenan. rruiirietora, ri'.i ivu uuiiKi4 UinK TO ORDKH by K. H -nnjewJH JMfcdugn it. vo KIGUS ffcTEKHON, COAL DKALKHB, office 13 Madison street. " W 11 BURTON. W. J.. MCUALL oifitS&T, doors from Main, Gratner, Marnier and Hiaa Painter to tba traee. 93 BURKK. JOHN E.i CITY INSPECTOR. Ollioe on bluff, between Washin-toa and Adams street. 73 CU1 IN A, ULASS AND (JUJ5KWB WAltJt, AT J78 Mainrt. Voorheis J'airj: g iLAPP, VANCE ANDERSON, ATTUR J ne?-at-Law. Bel Jen Building, IS Madison street, Memphis. Tena. l:0 ( M1AT. nil. T.AMl'K CHIMNEYS. T1N- J ware, Soaps, Lard Oil, Lanterns, at 0. K. I'rescott & Co. 'a, 40 Jefferson street. 79 OMMKK'OIAL HOTEL, COR. FRONT A Jetlerson, Wheeler.. Bryson. pro's. ' 1) ICKINSON, J. W. BRO., COTTON Factors. 210 front street. -. i 1.M8I1KR AMIS CO.. MARBLE AND . Stone Works, cor. 2d and Adams sts. oa TM.ANNKRY. JOS...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 26 November 1866

... MISSISSIPPI AND L U O TENNESSEE A I) - K A I 52 MIL.EN SHORTISH Than anv Other Route run (IKKN'ADA JACKSON, VICKSBURU J and New Orleans. 2:1)0 and SrM P.m. TiA.n in Now Orleans, Itfi hours. ,. , Baesase Checked Throueh. Through ticket for sale at MiMiMippi and Tennessee Depot, foot Mlas4mAi No' 5 CP. OAKLl'-Y, nn'i Tnket Agent Ml PUBLIC LEDGER. Ofilce. No. 18 Modiaon tStreet LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION. MKMPHlHi Monday Evening, Nov. 26, 1866 OUB POLICY. In reply to the accusation that tho Secretary of State was complotting with the French Kmperor'to trample out the Monroe doctrine, and to effect other analagous purposes disreputable and trea. sonable.theN. Y. Times says editorially : "When the documents setting forth more recent negotiations concerning this Mex ican matter come before the country, which they soon will do, it will be seen that there has been a consistency about our diplomacy from the beginning to the end such as has characterized few nego tiations of an equally impo...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 26 November 1866

7) v r ( CANDIDATES. .JL ItlllllOriKCO " uuu. --- MfllillK r .mndidale lor Representative uf Shelby county In the Legislature of Tcnnessoo, , Flection mi th 2Sth inst.' ' ' SPECIAL. CARDS. GAIOSO SAYINGS INSTITUTION. ,.lH,r MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, ! Baukiiif? Honse 19 Sladlson St. ' This Institution, organised In lf56. ha beea in continuous and successful oporation for the ' p:ut ten years. It continues to transact a ' GENERAL EXCHANGE AND BANKING BUSINESS.;'! '" Will receive Deposits, Buy and Sell : j - Foreign . & .' Domeatlo Exchange, ' Gold. Silver and Usseurrant Money. : SELLS Exchange In sums to iuit purohaaort, - on London and all the leading cities of the United States, and will make oolloetlona on all accessible placet in the South and West. j .; K. Ji; AVERY, Cashier. " ' 101 . J0I1X C. LASlKKjJ'rcslJcnt. " . -AID, . . ,j . , . TIIUST COMPANY, Off MEMPHIS, TENN. Office, Desoto Block, Madison St. Capttal............-....... 3QO.OOO. rpHIS COMPANY INSURES AGAINST 1 loss by F...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 26 November 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER! Office. No. 13 Madlnon (Street LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION POETRY. OUR 8WIETHBABT. ..by "vKtow,-;j:, : ; The star I worship shines alme. ' In stalely arandeur jet apart i ItsliKht, itsbeaiit.v,.allmyown, .And imaged only in my heart. The flower I love lift not iU face For other eye than mine to see : And, having lost that (acred Brace, "1'would have no other charm tur me. The hopei I hear, tbo joy t feel. Are silent, secret, and serene. Pure is the shrine at which I kneel, And Purity herself my Queen. I would not have an impious rase Profane the alter whero are laid My hopes of nobler, grander diivs. By heaven inspired, by earth betrayed. I would not have the noon-tide sky ; Pour down its bold, obtrusive light. Where all the springs of fueling lie, Deep in the scui'saelostial nmht. Brenthe softly, Thon. with peaceful voico, In my soul's temple, vast and dim ; In thine own perfect joy rejoice. With morning and with evening nymn. And though my hopes around me fall - : Lite...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 27 November 1866

PUBLIC DIRECTORY.' DVERTISKMENTS ARB INSERTED IN . mis uoiumn at yd wnu a une pw uwum. LUFTcITV BALOON, NO. 14 JEFFER ion it. Kobson ween an. rropnctors. w 1 KIGU8 rKita HdUW, uaAAiuno, BURTON.W. J., MeCALL STREET, TWO doon from Main, Urainor, Marbler and Ki.n p.inter to the tram. m BUKKE, JOHN K., CITY INSPECTOR, Office on bluff, between Washington and Adains street. 73 (1HINA, OLAbB AND QUKENSWARE, at J 178 Main st. Voorhen Patrick. 88 CLAPP. VANCE A ANDERSON. ATTOR- neys-at-Law. Seldeu Building, 15 Madison treat. Memphis. Tenn. 130 C10AL OIL, LAMPS. CHIMNEYS, TIN J ware. Soaps, Lard Oil, Lantern, at 0. If. Prescott 4 Co.'s. 40 J efferton street. 79 c IOMMERCIAL HOTEL, COR. FRONT Jefferson. Wheeler Jlryson, pro i. vo I) 1CKINSON, J. W. BRO, COTTON Factors. 210 front street. I" iHSUKR AMIS CO., MARBLE AND ' Stone Works, oor. 2d anil Adams sts. He F- Tannery. Joseph. , practical Plumber, (island Steam Pipe Fitter, TO Second street, cor, of Jefferson. CAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION. JT B...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 27 November 1866

i-jVi fc.i ... . t J1.-! 1USS1SSIPPI AND TENNESSEE B2 MILES SUOBTEB Than any Other Route ryO GRENADA, JACKSON. YICK8BUR0 1 and New Orleans Trains leave daily at 2:30 and i:w VJa. lime to beura, . ' . Uaitease Checked XhroueU. Through tickets for sale ' Mtatalppl 4 Tennessee Depot, foot Main street, and at No.6 uriUAaiiAii, m n a in vir Hen 1 I iQKei a"". R9 PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. IS MadUon Street LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION. MKMFHIHi Tuesday Bvenlng, Nov. 27, 1866 . 0OBHATI0NAIDZBT... Our national debt, according to the last reporl of the Secretary of Treasury, is now reduced to $2,551,000,000; of these more than half are long bond. The Secretary of Treasury will have to fund, in less than a year and a half from this date, $920,000,000 short dale paper a task greater than has yet ever been performed by any nation in the world, greater far than was funded by Great Britain in her most expensive wars with Napolcoh. A question occurs as to the pressure of this debt upon the resources o...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 27 November 1866

CANDIDATES. ixiR" llKPRESENTATIVEy-R JAKB 11 ...ii : i n unnnunra WILLil A M 11. jt autnorisea w " . MOOKK oiindUlata lor Repreaentative nuiumo . - Shelby county in the Legislature of Tennessee. Election nn the 2Sth int. SPECIAL CARDS. bAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION. jSjA 'MEMPHIB, TENNESSEE, Banking House 19 Madison St. v,,.- , . (T ( , ii . H '. - . 1 'This Institution, organised In 1856, has been in continuous and successful operation forth past ten year. ' It continue to transact a GENERAL EXCHANGE AND .jPANKING, BUSINESS. , Will receire Doposits, Buy and Sell Foreign & Domoatlo Exchange, Gold, Silver and Uncurrent Hoar SELLS Exchange IB rami to tuit purchaer, n London and all the leading citiei of the United States, and will make collection! on all accessible places in the South and West. 1 K. M. AVKRY, Cashier. ; 101 JOHN C. UX1KR, President. -.1':, .-.A BOARDING. 1 WARDING.-ATTENTION! FOUR NICE 1 Srnoms furnished or unfurnished, suHblefor liunilies, two squares from Worshain ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 27 November 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. 18 MavdUon Street LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION POETRY. EQUAL TO HOOD. We find in an exchange the following clever poem, written by gentleman of Elmira, New York. It is sailed In a Coal Mine." and is a mine of punt. In fact, the double entendre are 10 thick that a hasty reader will miu more than half of them. A ear full of car'leei ones The dy m ouri to pare As students did we seek a mine To see ooal laborer! there. We found the place 'twas miles away To west and then by south, And though was ours a joyous mood, We looked down in the mouth Of that dark cavern an' tbo' sight By courage were not fitted, . To pluDge away beyond the light, We felt we should be pitted. But on we went and thoughts of ill Flew off while we were flyin, And each one from a car-edge cried Behold, all this is mine I Not only pleasure did we hope To And for us in store. We sought as well a higher path, To get a little lore. We found a pencil vain I state What no one else will deny for Alth...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 28 November 1866

!1 ! 1 1 1? . i I public directory: ADVERTISEMENTS ARK INSERTED IN this Col u ion at 76eentt a lineper month. T XyFcjf v"5aloon, no. h jkffkb 1) ion it LlMiion aewhanopnotortjJB ' lMIu7ltTiTKTKH80N. COAt KAX,K8 I (.. 13 Madison street. w UKTON. W. J., MoOALL STREET, TWO door from Main, Urainer, Mar bier and Ki.n Fainter to the Ire. W 1JUKKK. JOHN K., CIIY INHPKCTOR. II iiiTim an hluff. kotwAAa WuhiDstan and it dams streets. , W CUilNA, WLASS AND QUKKN6WAKK, at jVS Mam t. Voorheui Patrick. ofl LAYV, VAN OK ANDERSON. ATTOR- II roe t, Memphis. Tenn. - 1U CYoal OIL. LAMPS, CHLMNIYS. TlN- ware, Suapi, Lard Oil, Lanterns, at 0 w. Vrowott X Co. 40 Jelfnreon itreet. c " W VlOMMKK'CIAL HOTEL. COB. FROM . I i Jefferson. Wheeler k Hrrson. pro'. WJ vlCiUNoON. J. W. It. ItRII.. COTTON Partora. 210 Front street fa UIHUHJl AMIS CO., M ARULK AMU J? rilone jyorkacor. 2d iand Adams sts. W i TLAN MR Y JOS EPH. PRACTICAL F Plumber, Qa and Steam Pip Fitter, Ui'A , Second street, cor, of Jcfleraon. v TTA...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 28 November 1866

Mississippi and Tennessee 11 A I LBOAD. 5 MIfcKS SHOltTEB Than any Other. Rout riy GRENADA. JACKSON. fffiS 1 and New Orleans. lValm le""" M 27iM) aid 5:UU p.m. Tims to Mew Orleans. 28 hours. 1 ' llauaase Checked Thi-ouith. Through tickets for sale at MUiMtppl nd Tenuis.. Depot, foot M' SJli0' 8 Jefferson strt, under 'SSST Wfiupt. a n (Wl Ticket Arent 89 PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. To- 13 Msidlsjon' Street MKMVHIBi Wednesday Evening, Wot. 28. 1866 A GBZAT ITIL. , ... Among many hings the Southern people cannot do, there are many which they can. They can hold fast to their traditions, their modes of thought, and their general independence of mind. Nothing threatens these so much as the insidious literature of the North, now literally floating through the air, from Washington to the Rio Grande. The monthlies and weeklies of New York, Philadelphia and Boston, are sent South by the hundred thousand1, and penetrate every corner of the land. They are bought and read and re-read by the masses, 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. — 28 November 1866

I JNDUXATES T70R REl'RESENTATIVlt. - aivt. P mitlinriiod to announce WILL.1AM MOORK Candidate for RepreaenUUiv. of Kh.lbV wunfy in the Legislate, of Tenneweo. Election on the 2h nt. SPECIAL' CARDS. DESOTO INSURANCE iND TRUST COMPANY, OT MEMPHIS. TENK. Office, Desoto Blpck, Madison Bt. Capital...... ..$300,000. rrniS COMPANY INSURES AGAINST 1 loss by Fire. Marino and River Ruki. " Direotun-Wm. M. Farrington, W. B.Gal braith. W.B. Ureenlaw, C. W. Goyer, J. J. Rawlings, Z. P. Bowles nnd C. Ii. Church. " WM. W. FARRINGTON. Pres't. T ft TAVOliill1 ttswt'v lil w t liVi' J jw MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, Banking lIoiiseJ9 Madison St. This InBtitution, organised in 1856, hat been In continuou and successful operation for tie past ten yean. It continues to tranaact a GENERAL EXCHANGE AND BANKING BUSINESS. , Will receive Deposit, Buy and Bell Foreign & Domestic Exchange, Gold, Silver and Uneurrent Money. SELLS Exchange in sums to iuit purchaser, on London ahd all the leading citiei of the United 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. — 28 November 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. Offlc. No. 13. Mdion Street LiEGEST CITY CIRCULATION BY TELEGRAPH. MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES LATEST FROM ALL QUARTERS London, Nov. 27. The Fenian alarm is on the increase. Two regiments of Regulars and several war ships are or dered to Ireland wilh all speed. The Timet says it is possible that Stephens may be already in Ireland. The Morning Herald says the United States Government lately revived claims upon England for damages to American commerce by the Alabama, anenanaoan and other Confederate privateers. The demands are made in friendly terms. Paris, Nov. 27. The new minister to Washington, Count Bcrtheney, will leave Paris for America on the 3d of December. The French Government has sent a proclamation to Marshal Bazaine for publication in Mexico when Maximilian leaves the country. The American minister yesterday re ceived a dispatch from Secretary Seward of five thousand words. It was trans mitted over the cable in ten hours. Liverpool, November 27. The bark Shanghai h...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 30 November 1866

PUBLIC DIRECTORY. A DVKRTIBEMENTS ARE INSERTED IN A tlii. rihniin hi 1h Cyrils a linn ner month. BLUFF CITY SALOON, NOTu JEFFER noil tt. lto'son A Mohan, Proprietors."; B RIOOS A PBTKRSON. COAL DKALERH, otlice IS Madison street. 89 IJURTON, W. J., MCCALL SXRKfcT, TWO . JJ doors irom Main, urainer, gamier ami Sinn Paiuterto til U-uee. IHIRKK. JOHN K.. CITY INriPKCTOIl, 1) Ullioe un blulf, between Washington and Adains streets. IIIIKA. u L ASK AND OlIKKNSWARK. at Kj 17o Main at. Voorheis A Patrick. M rLAFP. VANCK A ANOKRSON, ATTOR j ney.-at-Law. Koldon Building, If) Madison creet.Mainiiliii.Tenn. ' - ' 'M 10AL OIL. LAMl'M. CHlMNliYS, T1N- l t wurn. Kuans. Lard OIL Lantern. at O. r. Frescott A Co.'s. 40 J ell'orson street. H CWMMKRC1AL HOTEL, COR. FRONT 5 , Jefferson, SVhocler A Bryson. pro'. W I IOKINBON, J. W. A URO.. COTTON I I f'iiitjirM. !illl Front street. 7J 1 IMSI1ER AMIS CO.. MARULK AND P Slnnn AVnrka. cor. 2d anil AdlllllS sts. BS il'annkr"y. joskphT . practical L P lumber. U...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 30 November 1866

MISSISSIPPI AND TKNNESSEK - BAILROAI) 53 MILES KUOUTUi - . Than any Other Koute mO GRENADA, JACKSON. VICKSBURO A d Nw Orleans. Li.",!;, Si and &:0u D.m. Time to New Orleans. 28 houri. . seeS CUecked Throush. Through ticket for sale at Mississippi; Tennessee Depot, foot Main street. and at No. 6 Tk LlVfiKMOKK: Gen'l SPt. ti Iminf nil PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. 13 Mndion Wtreet LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION. MKMPHISi Friday Evening! Now. ' 30. 1866 " THE ELECTION ON SATURDAY." On Saturday the people ( of Shelby county, will elect two members to the Legislature. We vote then, because the Radicals who compose that body seem determined that no opponent of their in famous doctrines shall be admitted from this county. Again and again have we sent our representatives there, and again and again have they been sent home. Let us send thera back, by all means, and teach that body that our county, though compelled to vote fifty times over, will not yield an inch of ground or a solitary vote. The ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 30 November 1866

r JNDIDATES REPRESENTATIVE. - WK ARK X authorised to announoe WIliLilAJVl il. SiOORK a candidate for Representative of Hhelby oounty in tht Legislature of Tennessee. I Flection on tfm g"h Inst. SPECIAL CARDS. DESOTO INSURANCE AD T11U8T COMPANY, OF MEMPHIS. TESN. . Office, Deioto Block, Madison St. Capital " ..$300,000. pniB COMPANY INSURES AOAINST 1 Iom by Fire. Marine 1 and River Risks. Directors Win. M. Kamngton, W. B.Gal bruith, W. B. Ureonlaw, 0. W Goyer, J. J. ltuwlings. Z. P. Bowles and C. B. Church. ' WM. W. FARRINUTON, Pres't- T n inK'Cllir.V fioc'v. 151 UAYOSO HAVlMSTITlflON". MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, Banking House 19 Madison St. Thii Institution, organised in 18M, has been in eontinuoui and successful operation for the pant ten yean. It continue to transacts GENERAL EXCHANGE AND BANKING BUSINESS. Will receiv Deposits, Buy and Sell Foreign & Domestic? Exchange, Ooldi Sllrer and tl-eurrent Money. SELLS Exohange In fume to rait purchaser on London and all the leading oitiei of...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 30 November 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. IS MwliMa H tree i LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION BY TELEGBAPH. MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES LATEST FBOM ALL QUARTERS , Nkw York, Not. 28. There was a large assemblage at the Union League Club House this evening in honor of Senator Fessenden, of Maine, Chair man of the Reconstruction Committee of Congress. The leading Republicans of New York were present, together with Senators and Representatives from all parts of the country en route to Washington, and other distinguished visitors. Senator Fessenden was intro duced by John Jay, Esq., who alluded in the most complimentary terms to the distinguished part borne by the Senator from Maine, in prepar ing the measure which had been so emphatically sustained at the recent elec tions, lie also referred to the supposed attempt of the Presidaut to create a dis turbance with foreign powers, for the purpose of averting, in some degree, the verdict of the people npon his course in domestic affairs. He (Mr. Jay) thanked Ood that the ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
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