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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 1 December 1866

PUBLIC DIRECTORY " ifVt ' COMMISSION. -r ; i ..... I i i HI i M uTT hi ;fn mb. I . :D J :.xJ ss&2k&. JLJ JUJ jU -H.JjJJ --ilL-'Qy o HUKTON, W. J., MoCALIi STREET, TWO door, from Main. tirainer. Mar bier and Sinn Fainter to the traee. . V& UKKK. JOHN CITY INSPECTOR X) Ofliua on bluff, between W ashington and Adam, streets. 1IIINA, GLASS AND QUEKNSWAUE, at 17H Alain at. voorneua ratrtoK. en tLAPP. VANCE k ANDERSON. ATTOR l J niivs-at-Law. Keldon BuildinK. 15 Madison .treet. Meinphia, Tenn. 130 C10AL WIL, LAMPd. CHIMNEYS. T1N- ware. Soapa. Lard Oil. Lanterns, at 0. F. VrMiMitt 1 Co.'. 41) Jefferson ttreet. 79 (lOIUMKUCIAL HOTEL. COR. FROJiT J Jcfleraon. W heeler fc Bryaon. pro'.. nlCKINeiUN, J. W. BRO.. COTTON Factor, il Hi Front .treet. . i 5 ..IKilKR AMIS CO.. MARBLE AND ' r Km,i Wnrlis. cor. 2il and Adama at.. as l-UANNKRY. JOSEPH. PRACTICAL J; Plumber, Gaaand Steam Pip. Fitter, 3tU'A Keoond .treet. eor. of Jefiorson. i"iAYO.SO SAVINGS INSTITUTION. VI Banking House. 1 Ma...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 1 December 1866

Mississirn and Tennessee II A I Ij It O A D . sassssssssa 02 SIIOltTEK Than any Other Route ' riX) GRENADA. JACKSON. VICKSBUEO 1 Mid New Orleans. Trains leave daily at 2:30 and 4:00 p.m. Tims to New Orleans. 28 hours. Hajtgage Chocked Through. . Ttaroath tickets for ale at Mississippi, and Tennessee Depot, foot Main street, and at N0.S Jefferson Street, under Commercial Hotel. A. S. L1VERM0RB, JB I bPt CP. OAKLEY. . 4 , tM Gen 'I Ticket Arent. W PUBLIC; LEDGER. Office. No. 13 " Madison Street LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION. MKMPHlHi I Saturday Evening, Deo. 1st, 1866 TURNED NOVELIST. The Northern pulpit is very much like the pantaloon we have heard of, that was patched with bo many kinds of cloth that the fahrie of which it was origin : Blly constructed, could not be ascer tained. It was a celebrated garment and the occasion of great wrangling and debate. One maintained that the "text" was broadcloth ; another that it was dog skin; another that it was carpeting; ' another that it was sadd...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 1 December 1866

CANDIDATES. T70R REPRESENTATIVE. -WE ARB ...1 :.l ... nnnniinC WILLIAM K. MOORE a candidate for Representative of ' Shelby county in the Legislature of Tennessee, ' Election nnthi LNth Inst. SPECIAL CARDS. DESOTO INSURANCE TBU8T- COMPANY, - or MEMPHIS. TENl. , Office, Desoto Block, Madison St CapitalJ-.- .' $300,000, MMUS COMPACT IN8TJRE8 AGAINST 1 loss by Fire. Murine and River Risks. Directors Win. M. Farringron, W. B.Gal- lir.iiih. W. B. Green aw. C. W.Ooyer. J. J lUwiiuga. Z. P. Bowleg and C. B Church. WM. W. FARRINGTON. Fres't. . .T a. T.nNRDAT.K. Km'. IM tlAlOHO SAVINGS INSTITUTION MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE, r Banking Honse 19 Bladlson St, Thia Tnetilution. orgauiied In 1856, haf been in continuous and snooetaful operation for the past ton yean. It oontinuei o transact a GENERAL EXCHANGE AND BANKING BUSINESS. ' Will receive Deposits, Buy and Bell Foreign & Domestic Exchange Gold. Silver and Uncurrent Money. KELLK Exchange in sums to suit purchasers, 'on London ahd all the leading...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 1 December 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. Office,1, No.! 13 Madiaon : Street LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION POETRY. FATHER, TAJCB MY HAND. ; From the Changed CroH. ?he way 1 dark : my Father I Claud on cloud n fathering thioklr o'er my head, and loud , , The thunder roar above uie. See. I stand Like one bewildered! Father, take my band. And through the gloom , Lead safely home , Thy obild. , The day goes fast, my Father) And my foul In drawinit darkly down. My faitlilosa eight See ghostly visions. Pears a spectral band, Enoouipas me. 0, Father take my hand. And from the night Lend up to light Thyehild. : -, " ' " Tho way in long, my Father I Aadmyioul Lnugs tor the rest and guiet of the goal; i While yet I journey through the weary land Keep me from wandering. Father, take my hand, .- Quiokly and straight f " 1 Lead to heaven's gate Thy child. , The path in rough, my Father I Many a thorn Has pierced me ; and my weary feet, all torn And bleeding, mark the way. Yet thy command Bids me press forward. Father, take my ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 3 December 1866

PUBLIC DIRECTORY. A DVERTI6EMKNTS ARE INSERTED IS XL tun Uolumn at 70 oonu nne por oionin LUFF CITY SALOON. NO. 14 JEFKJCR At son ft, Koiaon a aiecnan. rropnetors. I iKrtiUH 4 HKTKKSUN. COAL DKALKR8 if ollice 13 aiadison street. 1 UKTON. W. J., McCALL 8TRKKT, TWO XI door from Main. Urainor. Mar blur and Hivn Painter to the true. - 93 'iiimkH. JOHN V... flITY INHPKCTOR It OUioe on bluff, between Washington and Adauia street. Ml C111 IN A, ULAHS AND QUKKNSWAKK, at J 17B Main ft. Voorheis k Patrick. bo1 U.APP. VANCK k ANDERSON. ATTOR V ney-at-Law. Hehleu Building. 15 Madison treat, Memphia, lenn. 130 fWAL WIL, LAMPS. Cill.MNKYS, TIN 1 ware. Kuudi. Lard Oil. Lantern, at 0. F Preacott k Coa. 411 J elferaon atreet. 79 (COMMERCIAL HOTEL, COB. FRONT j Jelieraon. Wheeler Bryson, pro's. W TAICKINSON, J. W. k l0, COTTON V factors, iiv front atreet. HIKHKK AMIS A CO.. MARBLK AND J; rUone Worka. cor. 2d and Ad.m; sta. 8 iiT.iMn'fiiT. .insKPlI. PRACTICAL Jf Plumber. Gas and Steam Pipe Fitter, Sec...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 3 December 1866

MISSKSSirri AND : TENNESSEE K A I li It PAD. fi mills Mionn:it t Than any Other Route rpO UEKVADA, JACKSON, VICKSBlJRa I ud New Orleans. Trains learedaily at 2:30 and 5:W P.m. Tim to Hew Orleans. WS hour. '- ' - J ' - ' 1 1 ...,,.. rhlrd Through.' Through tickets for sale at ? ilwippt nd Tt-niifctfo Depot, foot Maid rtret, wud No.0 jelLrson I aV3. UVKKMOKK. (Jen'ISupt. ' flen'l Ti'-kot A rent. TO PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. 13 Madison. Htreet LABGEST CITY CIRCULATION. Monday Evening, , Deo. 3d, 1866 is:::t-n')!f HAS 7I0VSBXO. V.-"i . i What will they do with us? it a ques tion of great interest to the Southern people, end one not easily answered. Politicians and newspapers in the North have given us to understand that our fate will bo no pleasant one; that the victor has the right to dictate terms to the van quished, aid that they must he accepted, because they ean be enforced. That much is pretty clear. But what may these terms be t There is, by general consent of the Northern peopl...

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

6 6 0 SPECIAL CARDS. 1)1 SOTO HfSUBANCE , -AD- ' i)t11U8T CO Ml? ANY, OI MEMPHIB, TENN, Offlce, Deaoto Blook, Madison St CftDita!........:..IZ:....'30O.0ob. rWIS COMPANY INSURES AGAINST 1 loss by Kirn. Marine and River Risks. Directors-Win. M. Earring ion, W. B.Gal bmitli, W.B. Greenlaw. C. W.Goyer. J. J. hawlings. Z. P. Bow es and 0. B. Churoli. " ' wvf w VARRINGTON.Pres't. .T a. T.flVHDAf.K. Sec'y. 151 X080 SAVINGS INSTITUTION. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, 'Banking House 19 Madison St. This Institution, organiied in 18M, has been in continuous and successful operation for the past ten years. . It continues to transact a GENERAL EXCHANGE AND BANKING BUSINESS. Will receive Deposits, Buy and Sell . Foreign ; & Domestio ; Exchange, . 4-1-1,1 Giiv.w flnenrrent Money. SELLS Exchange In sums to suit purchasers, on London ahd all the leading cities of the Unitod Statos. and will make collections on all aracesibla places in the South and West. K. 31. AVEUY, Cashier. ' ' ini .I0IIX f. LANIER, Pr...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 3 December 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. , m . ...... . . Office. No. 13 Madiion street LARGEST CITr CIRCULATION POETRY. For the Public Ledgor. TO JOHff. Ported-io thei ltten teU me, , Coming back again to-day ; ; Hard it u to scorn, repol the. J Cast thee and thy love away. Not expected not doserving, ' ' Come thii blow from me to thee ; " j Tat, though hard and to unnerving, I bar dealt it falteringly. Severed and thy dream li broken i Parted and the work was mine. f And the lipa whose rash word spoken ( Meted out my fate and thine. Are pleading now to be forgiven, With the heart that wean their blight. Long in trial bad I striven To bo guided by the right. . 'Twere better thus to undeceive thee, Ere the heart-ties grew too strong ; I This is all that ean retrieve me t ' When you'll doubtless deem me wrong. Awakened'i every tender feeling : Pride immovable before Bends before theo, loud appealing For the peace ploe must restore. ' And wilt thou in wrath return me Wrong for wrong in equal part? I, though cr...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 4 December 1866

PUBLIC DIRECTORY. A DVERTISEMENTSAREltoBERTBDIN J. this Column anfentt .linejier month. 1J I KH' iiitv kaI.iiiiN. NU. 14 JKKFEll KIOOK A PKTEUHUH, tUU lJAl.Jl.ftn. nmrft i.i .iiruiiBun invait - . . IMIKTON, W. J.. MoCALL BT11KKT. TWO 1) door, lrom Main, tirainer, Marblur (nil burn miliar io me ireee. BUKKK, JOHN K., CITY INSPECTOR Ollioeon bluif, between Washington and Adams streets. .... - W Mlil.NA, ULAHSANDQUKKWHWAHK, at 1 17H Main it. Voorheis A Patrick. 8 CUAPP. VANCK ANDERSON. ATTOH J neyn-at-Law. Soldou Building, IS Madison .treot, Memphis. Tonn. 130 10 A L OIL, LAMPS. CH1MNEY8, TIN- ) ware, Buftin. Lard Oil, Lanterns, at O. r r. 7 Presoott X (;o- n, 411 jeuorson I Btraat. OMMKKCIAL HOTEL, COH. FRONT A Jeflerson. wneeier a nryaon. pro a. w I) 1CKINS0N. J. W. UKO., COTTON Factors. 2 ii rront street. IMSUWll AMIS 4 CO.. MARBLB AND 1 Kf,,n Works, cor. 2d and Adams sts. M T.UANNKRY. JOSEPH. PRACTICAL J; Plumber. Uaaand blown Pipe Filter. JUft Second street, our, ot Joflereon. jj ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 4 December 1866

I MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE KAILRO AI. Oil MIJLK8 8HOBTEU ' Than any Other Route rK) GRENADA, JACKSON. YICKBLR5 1 end New Orleans. Trams keve daily at 2:30 aad :0U Pm- l'HM to New Orleans, hunn. " llagcaeo Checked Through. Tbroagh tickets tor sale a Mlsdsjippland Tenuerse Depot, foot Main street, and at C. P.OAKLEY. , . Gon'l Ticket Arent. PUBLIC rlEDGER. OiHce. No. 18 Ma-dUon Stfeet LABflKST C1T . CIRCULATION. Tuesday Evening, Deo. 4th, 1866 SEAL ESTATE. 1ENTS, STC, XV ME PHIS. The question frequently occurs to the thinking business man, why real estate And rents should continue so high n Memphis, when there is a general decline in everything else. Do the profits in trade justify unscrupulous landlords each successive quarter to raise the rent on his store house, when the rent paid seems already beyond precedent T Might it not be well for as to inquire into Hit cause of all this, and see what perchance may be its effect in the future. . , t , At the downfall of the Confederacy it w...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 4 December 1866

0 . ' I DESOTO INSURANCE TItTJST COMPANY, OB1 MEMPHIS. TESN,.. ,', Offloe, Desoto Blook, Madison St. fcai.ltol.....'....!.;CZ! 03OO.OOO. ri'HIS COMPANY INSURK8 AGAIN8T 1 Ium by Fire. Marin and River Risk. Directors-Win. M. Farnngton, W. B. Gal braith, W. B. Greenlaw, C. W. floyor. J. J. Kuwliugs. Z. P. Bowles and 0. 1). Church. ' ' WM. W. FARRINGTON. Pres't. .T a. T.nVSDAT.R. Hoo'y. 151 VA1US0 HAVINGS INSTITUTION. MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE. Bunking House 19 Madison St. Thl Institution organlel in 1856. ha bean in continuous and iuecessful operation for the pant Ion year. It continue to train act a GENERAL EXCHANOB AND ; . BANKING i BUSINESS. 1 " 3 Will receive Deposit, Buy and Sell Foreign ' & Domestic Exchange, Coiil, Silver and Uxacorrent Honey. SELLS Exchange In sums to suit purchasers, on London and all the leading citlei of the United State, and will make collections on all aooeeaiblo places in the South and West. E. M. AVKUY, Cashier. -101 . -iftliy t. IiASIKK. President. FOR LEA...

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

PUBLIC LEDGER. Ofllco, JJo. 13 lttftdleon Htroet LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION BY TELEGRAPH. MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES LATEST FROM ALL QUARTERS Notk. Owing to tbe storms and the pressure upon the lines, no Eastern re port was received in time for the press. Rep. New Orleans; Dec. 3. The cotton factors here, to-day, advised their corres pondents in the country that it would be unwise to moke preparations to plant cotton with the negro or other kind of labor, until the course which Congress is about to pursue becomes settled, and its effects can be prognosticated. They express great depression and hopeless, ness as to th; future of this country. . Cincinnati. Dec. 3. Flour, very dull. $9 25; trade bronds, $10 ?511 75; wheat, dull ; red offered at $2 70; corn in liizht demand; 88c for No. 1 old shelled; in ear 60c; oats firm and ad vanced to 50c for No. 1 old ; whiskey steady; cotton firmer; middling 32c; re ceipts 2805 bales since Saturday; hogs 5 75 groBs; $0 757 net; pork dull, $1919 50; green...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 5 December 1866

PUBLIC directory: " r" ,flf4irv.i COMMISSION. A DVKRTISEMENTS ARK INSERTED IS V tint Column at 75 crnu lino pr montn. LMF"TJITY SALOON, NO. 14 JKFFER t aon at. Koiiton moenftn. rropnetore. lnUNIilMll - THKF.B NICK HUOMH. 13 wit h board. t No. 41) Deal street. W2f liKluiiH jTrBTKUSUM. COAL DEALERS, 1 olhoe 1 13 Madison treat. HURTON. W. J., MCOALU BTREiX, i WO loon from Main, tirainer. Marbier and riiirn Painter to the traee. 93 1 UIKKK. JOHN E.( CITY INHPKCTOR, J Otlice on bluff, between Washington and Adaine atreetx, MHINA, ULAhS AND QOKENSWAKK.at U 178 Main t. Voorheii A Patrick. 88 i- U.APP. VANCK ANDERSON, ATTOK v J neya-at-Law. Selden Building. 15 Madiaon Street, Moraphit, Tenn. 13V 1UAI. UIL. LAMPS. CHIMNEYS. TIN j ware, Sape, Lard Oil, Lanterns, at 0. F. Proaoott A Coa, 40 Jefferann atreet. 711 WiiMMKR'CIAL HOTEL. COR. FRONT A J Jetleraon. Wheeler Bryson. pro's. V4 iICKINSON, J. W. BKO., COTTON I Kuctora. 2 10 Front atreet. ll mwiik'lt AMIR CO.. MARliLK AND V KtuiiH Works, co...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 5 December 1866

MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE lUILKOAI). Oil MILKS SIIOKTUlt Than any Other Bout .iiraiTii TAfnrsnW. VICKSBURQ 1 and New Otlent. Trains lea dail J illMaadfctfO p.m. Tim to Ns Orleans. X hours. , Mammae Checked Tlirounli. Through ticket for sal t fl"Wl'P" 3, hi VKKMOKK. flen'1 Supt. C. P fliiriKV Hen'l Ticket Avcnt. PUBLIC LEDGER. OiBoe. No. 13 Mdlon Street LABOEST CITY CIRCULATION. MKMI'HISi Wednoiday Evaning, Po. 8, 1866 PEESIDENI'8 MESSAGE. We yield much of our editorial space to-day to a synopsis of the President's ' Message, a document which has been anxiously looked for in very section of the country. What positions the Presi dent may assume now in the reconstruc tion of the Southern States, will be read with interest at every nresiaekin mo South. Andy Johksok, at present, is . Jinnn of the South. Ee atnnrln. to-day. as a "Stonewall," sisling the encroachments of a fanatical Congress upon its dearest vested ngni. Should he fail us, and we be placed entirely at the mercy of Thid. St...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 5 December 1866

..wlrtu n r.uOt ;..' SPEaALjCARDS. DESOTO INSURANCE TltUH T CO M PANY, OS1 MEMPHIS, TEMN. Office,' Desoto Block, Madison St. Capital.. ...fltSOO.OOO. flMITS COMPANY INSURES AGAINST J Ins by Vita, Marina and River Risks. Directors Win. M. Farriugton, W. B. Ggl braith, W.B. Groenlaw, C. W.Gnyor. J. J. Rawliuga. Z. I. Bowles and C. B. Church. ' " ' til vj VAItnTNItTON. Praat.- J O. T.nNSDALK Soa'y. 151 UAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, .-. Banking House 19 Madison St. This Imtitution, organised In 1858, has been in continuous and successful operation for the past ten yoars. It eontinuw to transact a GENERAL EXCHAIWB AND BANKING BUSINESS. Will receive Deposits, Buy and Bell Foreign & Domestic' Exchange, Gold, Silver and Uncnrrent Honey. BELLS Exchange in tumt to iuit 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. M. AVERY, Cashier. 101 JOIIX C. LAMER, President. FOR LEA...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 5 December 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. 13 Madi-on Htroet LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION BY TELEGRAPH. t ' MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES LATEST FROM ALL QUARTERS Washington, December 1. The Sen ate was called to order at 12 o'clock. Prayer was offered by the chaplain. Mr. Sumner, of Massathusetts. gave notice that ho would on to-morrow in troduce resolutions declaring the power of Congress on the subject ot reconstruc tion, and the right to exclude the lately rebellious States in Congress. Mr. Wilson presented several petitions from army officers, asking for an in crease of pay, which were referred. Mr. Patterson offered a bill for the re lief of certain widows. Referred to the Committee on Pensions when appointed. Mr. Chandler offer d a resolution call ing upon the Secretary of the Treasury for information relative to the amount .of money expended in advertising the same in May last in the District of Co lumbia; also in regard to the character of such advertising and the circulation of the journals in which it...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 7 December 1866

PUBLIC DIRECTORY. A DVERTISEMENTSARB INSERTED IN J this I oluiun el v&oeni a imeper itionin. 1 ilfiitfw'ii'i'V'kAL(H)N. NO. 14 JEFFER l win at. Kobson Meehan. Proprietor. V2 :i wn till! N.'C Til KKK MICK ROOMS, , J with bourd. t No. 4(1 Ileal atreet. WJf ip.lUH ApKTEUKON. COAL DEALERS, Xi otjiee 13 Madison street. Wl 7l)KT0N, W. J., MuCALL STREET, TWO A) doors Iroin Muiu, drainer, Marblur and Sisn fainter to the traee. Wi t "lURKE JOHN K., CITY INSPECTOR. ' J) Oltice on bluff, between Washington and Adauia atreet. W9 11IINA. GLASS AND QUEENHWARE, at t V 178 Main at. v oorneis s riuncK. C1LAPP. VANCE A ANDERSON. ATTOK I neyn-at-Law, Selden Building, 15 Madison " street, Moniphi. Tenn. 130 C" OMMERCTAL HOTEL, COR. FRONT 4 Jcncreon, Wheeler A Bryson. pni'i. i 1 VCKINSON, J. W. A BRO., COTTON I Factor. 2111 Front street. JiJ 1.MSHEK AMIS 4 CO., MARULK AND P Sinna Works, cor. 2d and Adanis sts. e Plumber. Gas and Steam Pipe 1 ittor. 4i4 Second etreot, cor. of Jefferson. 1'.7 1AY0S0 S...

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 December 1866

MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE 11 A I L H O A I) . 53 MIXES SIIOHTliH Than any Other Route .,.tw imronH vffilTSTiURG 1 and New Orleans. Trains leav daily at 2W and 6:00 P.m. Tim to N Orleans. 26 hours. if.,.,.,,,.,.. t!Hrlied Through Through ticket, for sal. at MtataiPl'l "ri Tennmie Depot, foot Main sliwt. andat No. 5 Jcfl9"on Tl li valfioBS: oi supt. C. P. OAKLKi, . . i.en'l 'I'ifkct A rent. S9 PUBLIC LEDGER. Oillee, No. 13 MadUon Btreet LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION. MKMPHIHi Evening, Deo. 7th, Friday 1866 CONGRESS. The second session of tho so-called Congress of the United States is now sitting in Washington. When it is stated, says the descent, that this is the same body which passed eight. months of the last year in the effort to devise ingenious expedients for stimulating the vindictive passions of one section, and for inflicting oppression on another section, specula tion as to its course for the nest three months becomes entirely superfluous. Those are said to be bjessed who expect n...

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 December 1866

SPECIAL CARDS. DESOTO INSURANCE AXD . T HUH T COMPANY, OP MDMPEIB, TEKH. Offloo, Desoto Block, Madison St. ' Capital $uoo,ooo. riiHIS COMPANY INSURES AGAINST JL loss by Firn. Marino and River Kink. Dlreotors Wm. M. Farringtnn, W. B. Gal v braith, W. B. Greenlaw. C. W.Goyer. J. J. ' Uawlings. Z. P. Bowles and 0. 1!. Church. ' ' WM. W. FAKRINUTON, Fres't. J n. T.ONRDALE. Secy, lal UAYUSO HAYINGS INSTITUTION. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, Banking House 19 Madison St. Tbli Institution, organiied In 1856. hai been In continuous and lucceisful operation for the past ten year. It oontinues to transacts OBMEHAL EXCHANGE AND , BANKING BUSINESS. , Will nnalm Denosits. Buy and Sell Foreign & Domeatlo Exchange, nl.i. Rllves- and TJneurrent Ilouey. SELLS Exchange in sums to luit purchasers, on London and all the leading cities of the United states, and will make collections on an accessible places in the South and West. K. 31. AVKKT, Cashier. 101 JOHN C. IiAXIEK. President FOR LEASE. u 170R LEASE A BE...

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 December 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. Office, Vo. 13 Madinon Htareet LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION POETRY. 1 . I CAKE FOE KOBODT. ' " '"' BY i. WIDOW. Yu, I belong to that much abused class, M'bo angle fur beaux, and look in the glass ; Bo the world says, but to prove it I deljr, A beau is worth the sla noe of my eye sf Vou envy, you malign us, because we re rreo, I care for nobody, and nobody ceres for me. Be yon in pinaforea.be you full frown, You dare not exclaim jur aoiil n your own I Ketnrn iroui a wiu,w "-"" It's " where'vo you been, and what have yoa bougutt . . . , Qirla-l'tiuuKh my pity you have, my chant still I care for nobody, and nobody cares for me. Wedlock ii a chain, though yoa wreath It with nowers, , . , The links preps heavily on numberless hours Kach husband, like Bluebeard of olden renown . Imprisons bis wile while he walks about town No prison is mine, no jailer I see,. ejei I care lor nobody, and nobody cares lor me. For ages have the glories nf freedom been sung, Employing the wealth of...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
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