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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 8 December 1866

- PUBLIC DIRECTORY. DVERTI8KMKNTS ARE INSERTED IN .JUis ColuinntJSoenuJincpw momu. LUFF CITY 8 A LOON. NO. 14 JKFFKK 1 Hon it. Mooson st J eenan. rroriuior.f OAHD1NU.-TUKKK NICK BOOMS, with board, it no. Ileal street. klMijii ft PKTKUHON, COAL DEALERS. omee is HUlion street. o I UKTON, W. J., MuUAUli SiilKH. A, iffU J doors from Main, Urainer, Marbler and jjirn fainter to the trace. Wj BURKE. JOHN K., CITY INSPECTOR. Office on bluff, between Washington and A'limn streets. Wi CHUN A. ULAoS AND QUKKNSWAKK, at y 178 Main st. Voorbois 4 Patrick. H C1LAPP, VANCK ft ANDERSON. ATTOR ) ncys-at-Luw. Seldeu Building, 15 Madison street, Memphis, Tenn. 130 MOMMKRCIAL HOTEL, COR. FRONT A Vj Joflerson. Whoelerft Bryson, pro's. I) 1CKINS0N. J. W. & 13 KO., COTTON Factum. 210 Front itreet. 11 ltuiivn lutu fin MAUUI.K AND J Stone Work, cor. 2d and Adamsjits. 1 TANNERY. JOSEPH. PRACTICAL f Plumber, (in and Steam Pipe 1 itter, 2i2'A Second strcot, cur, of Jefferson. JX CAAYOSO 8AVIN08 INSTITUTION....

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

MISSISSIPPI AND TEMESSEE HAILUOA l. 52 RUL134 S1IOKTEH Than any Other Bout riiO GRENADA, JACKSON. VICKSBCRa 1 and New Orloan.. Trains l"' 20ande:W) p.m. Time, to New Orleans. J6 hour. . Hmtenite Chocked Through. ; Through tlokets for ml MUilppi Tcnneise. Depot, foot Main .tre.L and ai No, 5 joflr.oB -assartJi.pu CP. OAKLEY. . , m (len'l T--i- PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. 3 ModUon, Street LAMEST .. CITY ClBCl'LATION. Saturday Evening, Deo. 8th. 1866 BAHX OF TENNESSEE. As there has been some interest mani fested lately as to what disposition will be made of the notes of the Bank of Ten nessee ; and as much of its currency is held hereabouts, we deem it of sufficient importance to give whatever information wa mar have on the subject, r rom recent report made by the Trustee to the Legislature at Nashville, we lines that toe entire assets of the bank is about twei million dollars ; some eight millions l;ph ia in Confederate notes, and, ' course, worthless,' leaving ou!y about four millions...

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

J. h A A, 0 6 -yt r .1 in i m i.tsaM-iri mi mi i. - ifcfc .mmwii at-..., ,. . .uL. - " -rft - '.f f--imiTiMlfrili nimm ant, ..,-aji .1.1 ,,--,-trt n-Baaa.! aiai as .a aMiiBsaMWafJaEasV sMMMMaalsTiTfBasfiaBtVrY l r'''' JI aw , .....mu" mmnmmmmmmmm--'' I I II V r . l"" Jl" SPECIAL CARDS. ' DESOTO INSURANCE ; TKUBT, COJtP,ANY Of" MEMPHIS, TENN. j 8j Offloe, Deaoto Block, Madlaoif Bt. , Cayitl--r-r;- 300'000' tplIIS COMPANY INSURK8 AGAINST 1 Iiim by firo, murine nnu nu Directors 1 :iu v t Rawlinits. Z. P. Bowta and 0. H. Church. lirecn aw. v. n . "" 151 UAYOSO hAVlMiS INSTITUTION. M1TM PITTS. TENNE?SEE: Banking House 19 Madison St. This Institution, organised in 185G, has been in continuous and successful aeration for the past ton years. It continue! to transact. ' GENERAL EXCHANGE ' AND BANKING BUSINESS. , i ' I Will receive Deposits. Buy and Soil U Foreign & Domestic) Exchange, Gold, Sjlver and Uncurr.ut Money. ' BELLS Exchange In sums to suit purchasers, on London and all the 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. — 8 December 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. W MudiMB Street LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION POETRY. DBESSIHQ FOR CHURCH. Hat Vuu I'll inw dress in uni .1 lint anw ' "'r , f m.rcv sake, come help Lucy. ii tat very soruoe " This silk ii quite sublime. ' Tiara, lace this gaiter for me, do; ' AMeT'youteyr plague take the shoe! Please, Lucy, try and bide iU Just think. it's Sunday, and. my ioul, I oannot wear it with a hole ; Themsnwilleurelyipyit. They're always peeping t our feet, : (Iho'. to be eure. they needn t peep, The way we hold our drawee i) I'll disappoint them, though, to-day I ' And cross myself," pray did you say T , Don't laugh at my distresses I Now, Lucy, pray feel my waterfall : Do you think it large? aint it too small? What bother these things give. . My rats and mice, do they lot straight! Please, hurry Lucy. I know I m late There's " Willie," as I live. Hew splendidly the silk will rustle! (Please hand my "self-adjusting bustle, M y corset and my hoop.) There, now, I II take five skirt" or ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 10 December 1866

lis PUBLIC DIRECTORY. A DVERTISEMENTS ARE INSERTED IN J thil Column at 7a cents a una per inomn. III.IU'K imtv SALOON. NO. 14 JEKFER JJ noil St. HoUon A Meehan, Proprietors. VZ BOAKiHNO.-TUKKE .NICE with board, at No. 40 Deal street. 1U2 KUiUS A PKIKUBUN, COAL SCALERS 3 ottice 13 Alauison street. I URTON. W. J., MoCALL 8TR EKT, TWO l floors from Main. Urainer. Marnier and Sirn Painter to the trae. 93 BUKKK, JOHN E., CITY INSPECTOR. Oilice on bluff, between Washington anil A. lams streets. Vi iRRTIKICATHS. I HAVE EXAMINED Vj and carefully touted the new method of cal culating-interest, by Mr. J. h. irby, ol Uren ada, and do not hesitate to pronounce it the , shortest and most direct rule that I have ever seen. Its results aro invariably aocurate and true. For business men it has many manifest advantages over the ordinary methods. S. W. MOORE, Prin. liasooin Seminary. I concur in the above. ALBERT MOORE, Teaoher. Having carefully tested the same,' I heartily subscribe to the above. . ...

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

MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE . 1UILROAD. 53 MILi:.S SIIOKTEtt Than' any Other Route 'I GRENADA, .JACKRON.ylCKSBURO ana rew unonii". - - - , 20aud5:tW P.m. Tim to Now Orleans, X hours. . iiu.a riicked ThrouBB Through tiokets for ml t MlaiMippI i T.-oness. Depot, foot Main "t. and . JctTereon S?BEaS?nrart. C.P.OAKLEY. , . . , , , (Jcn'l ! PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. 13 MadUon Street LARGEST CITY CIECILATION .. MKMPHISi Monday Evening, Deo. 10th. 1866 MEETING 0? RENTERS. In another place in this paper we print a call for a meeting of renters take place in Odd Fellows' Hall on to morrow evening, at 1 o'clock. We are glad to see this movement, because it is juBt to merchants, just to the city, just to the country, just abstractly, that oppres sion should be pnt down. All along our streets we see signs of failing business and hear the murmur of general com' mercial depression. As business runs down, rents run op, and landlord appear to move and breathe la the fatal halluci nation that brick 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. — 10 December 1866

1 '3 jj .11- SPECIAL CARPS. UESOTO INSURANCE AWD TltUST COMPANY, OP MEMPHIB, TENN. Office, Desoto Blook, Madison St. Onpital.. ..6300,000. fpUIS COMPANY INSURES AGAINST loss 0y fire, marine nuu ivi. ......... Directors W'm. M. rarnngton, W. B.Gal braith. W.B. Greenlaw. 0. W. Goyer. J. J. Rawlints. Z. P. Bowles and C. B. Church, nawiioss. M w FARKIN(1X0Ni Pree't. J. 0. LONSDALE. fcWy. 151 A1U80 SAVIN (JS INSTITUTION. ' MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, Banking House 19 Madison St. Thi Institution, organited In 1856, hai been In continuous and successful operation for the past ton yean. It continue to transact a GENERAL. EXCHANGE AND BANKING BUSINESS. , Will receive Deposits. Buy and Sell Foreign & Domestlo Exohange, Gold, Btlver and TJtcurt Money. BELLS Exchange In sums to uit purchasers, on London and all the leading citiel of the United States, and will make collections on all accessible plaoet in the South and West. K. M. AVERY, Cashier. 101 JOHN C. LAK1KR, President. ESTRAY. OTRATED.-FROM ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 10 December 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. 13 Madison Htreet LARGEST . CITY CIRCULATION BY TELEGRAPH. MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES LATEST FBOMALL QUARTERS Wasiiixgtoh, December 9. It' is learned from ex-ProvisioDal Governor Parsons, who is here, that Got. Patton, of Alabama, did not recommend the pas sage of the constitutional amendment He simply, in view of new issues and changed circumstances, called on- the Legislature to give it prompt considera tion. The Southern Senators and Represen tatives held a caucus last evening at Williard's Hotel, for the purpose of con sultation. Among those present were Governor Sharkey, of Mississippi ; Gov ernor Parsons and Mr. Foster, of Ala bama; and Senators Burnett and Rob erts, and Representative Epperson, of Texas. It was suggested that a call be made for all Southern members to meet in this citT oa the 20th of January next but considering the few members now here the call was voted inexpedient It was determined, however, if events should render such a meeting necess...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 11 December 1866

A PUBLIC DIRECTORY. J A DVERTI8EMENTS ARB INSERTED IN pa . thi Column at 75 oenta a line per month. 1) sou at. Holii-op Mochan. Proprietors, vl BOARDING. THHKK with board, at No. 411 B NICK ROOMS with board, at No. 411 Beal street. 1B I KIG8 PETERSON, COAL DEALERS Xf oiho 13 Madiaon street. BURTON, W. J., MoCALL STREET, 1WO doora frum Main, (jrainer, Alvblor and Sivn Painter to tue traee. 03 1URKK, JOHN E., CITY INSPECTOR. JL) OQioe on bluff, between Washington and Adams street. W ClERTmCATES.-I HAVE EXAMINED J and carefully tested the new method of cal culating interest, by Mr. J. h. Irby, of Gren ada, and do not hesitate to pronounce it the shortest and moit direct rule thnt I have ever seen. Its results are invariably accurate and true. For business men it ha many manifest advantages over the ordinary methods. 8. W. MOORE, l'rin. Baaooia Seminary. 1 I ooncur in the above. u ALBERT MOORE, Teacher.' Having carefully tested the same, I heartily tubaeriba to the above. ".., WM.M.BURD...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 11 December 1866

MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE 53 MILES SHORTER Than any ' Other Koute riM GRENADA, MCtSON. VICKSBtma 1 and New Orleans. Trains leave daily at 2 0 and 5:00 p.m. Time to New Orleans. X hours. , rf . . r ') UftCKOfie Checked 'Xhrouarh. Through ticket for Hie at Mississippi! and Tennessee Depot, foot Main "r Mo,tt PUBLIC LEDGER. if Office,' No. 18 Madison Street LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION. i M. K MP H18i '.", i TuoBday Evening, Deo. 11th, 1866 u j -' -1 HAVING TffS STREETS." " Tli 9 recent carnival of mud has been a real advantage to us.; Everybody now wants paved streets, and croakers, and those who oppose all improvements that cost nioney, are dumb. Main street U sight to look at. Its topography is de cidedly volcanic, and appears to have suffered terribly in the throes of a great convulsion. It Is not wholly impassable, however. - A mule, hitched to a dray, ran make the trip from beginning to end, and return at night without the loss of more than one leg. Hut, seriously tne work of paving ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 11 December 1866

J SPECIAL CARDS. C Ktur.5ES-Trir.TK-,?,ti3.?i''i Si- DESOTO INSUIIANCE jjj ' ahd Of MEMPHIS, TEHK, Offloe, Desoto Biook, Madison St. Coittiu.i.Ai....i.6aoooo. riiHIS COMPANY INSURES AGAINST J. lou by Fire. Marina and Rivr Kieks. - Dlrolora Win. M. Furrington.W. B.Ual braitb. W. B. Greenlaw, C. W.Goycr. J. J. Itawlinaa. 'I. P. Bowie and C. B. Churoh. . ' WM. W. FARRINGTON, Pres't. J. O. LONSDALE. Soo'y. 151 .(.A10S0 SAVINGS LNSTITITIO-N. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, Banking lipase 19 Madison St. ,Thls Jnatitution, organised In 1856, bu been In continuous aud successful operation forth pant ten yean. It continues to transact a GENERAL EXCHANGE AND BANKING BUSINESS. Will reeeiv Deposits, Buy and Bell Foreign & Domestlo Exchange, Gold, Silver and Uneurrent Honey. SELLS Exchange In sums to subpurchasers. Loudon ahd all leajina cities of tb United Statca, and will make collections on alL accessible places In the South and Vert, f ' K. M. AVERY, Cashier. ; 101 JOHN C. I.ABUKB, Prosldpnf. BOARDI...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 11 December 1866

PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. 13 MadUon Htreet liAKGESTCITY - CIRCULATION POETRY. The old poet BeattiiJ, now over eighty, tends the following to the Some Journal: , .. i. DIRGE - ' ' . tOM Alt SAIHTS' AT. I ' " Lowly now, In death's eclipse. ' b'yesunolused. and parted lips Oun doors, through whioh thslight The life of Lile-has U'en its flight! Sweet the weloome, warm the greeting, Boul with kindred soul is meeting I i ..... . Hallelujah! ' ' Close in pence that heavenly eye, ' ' ' Heal these lips, no more to sigh ; Ne'er to sigh, nor open more, l'ill the reign of Death ia o'er I ' Breathing Rpl. and beamugeye, "' Bright with immortality! . Then, thee eyes shall beam again Then, these lips shall join th strain ( , : . Usllelujahl , ' let her gently dowo to rest. i The Soul of Faith upon her breast i Karlh, be laitbful to thy trustl Virtue, blossom In the duatt , Sow in faith, and reap in Joy The seed no winter can destroy! Sow in Faith, and kiss the rod Earth to earth tha soul to God !...

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

' V, i i -. t . COMMISSION. PUBLIC DIRECTORY. ELK' 1D I. . ASDIESOK. 1, W. OAT- B. K. IDOBra. ANDERSON, GAT & BIGIIER, COTTON FACTORS, 11 GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, - No. 838 Tront St., oor. of Union, A DVERTISEMENTS ARK INSERTED IH fT: i Xvjhu Column jit7enuiineMnomii. m iii7a 7i tiTl l . .1. U Ull 14 T IT 1? li' L 11 I lljlirr bill DAHUVWi iwi jmaiw l '! 1) son at. Itobaon k M oehan, Proprietors. "2 1 iOARUINU. TIIKEK J) with board, at No. 41) Ileal NICK K0OM8, street. 1W L 111 JIJu Jill Ii 1 oHJ I ollice 13 Madison street, el) BURTON. W. J., McCALL STREET, TWO (loan from Main. Grainer. Marbler and t Bi.n Paintorte thotrueo. . . - U3 1URKK, JOHN K., CITY INBl'ECTOk. If Otlioe on bluff, between Waehingtea and Adams etreots. US) CERTiriOATKS.-I MAVK KXAMINKD and carefully tented the new method of cal culating intereit.br Mr. J. 1,. Irby. of (iron , aila. and do not hesitate to pronounce it tlie shortest and moat direct rule that X have ever teen. It results are invariably...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 12 December 1866

MISSISSIPPI AND ' TENNESSEE H.A 1 Li H U A1J. . - ft MILll? NllOBTEB TliMn anv Other Route 'rM;n Luva daily 2.30 and 5:00 p.m S. man new unwivi Ilia to New Orleans. hours. , -M,...i,wt Thron&li! JThrcinS tickets, for sate M WPPUnd J cnnesse, uepov, iooi mum -r Jafler'on "n. ttil 6UPC CP. OAKLEY. . , lien 1 I ii'Ket Arrni. Pit .PUBLIC -LEDGER. Office, No. 13 Madison Street LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION. Wednesday Evening, Deo. 13. 1866 ' . ' BANKRUPTCY COMINO.' '' It is not improbable tknt the next Con gress will pass a general bankrupt law before its' term expires..' It will assem ble with great pomp, run a career of madness, and liually come to a close amid wreck aud ruin in the commercial world. The reports we hear from the great cities of the North represent a downward tendency in all branches of trade. Goods are tumbling, living is tumbling, most of things are tumbling. We see a movement on foot to tumble rents, not only here, but everywhere. They must come dowu with everything c...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 12 December 1866

S P E C I A LJDARDS ' Yt (XlESOTQr'ISUBA!rCE i a: -HD- THUHT COMPANY, I ( ) i Off MEMPEIB. TEBTN. Offloe, Deaoto Block, Madltoo Bfc Capital.. !ZL. 300,000. I n-HT8 COMPANY INSURES AGAINST J. loss by Fire, Murine and River Kink. Dlroctors-Wm. M. Farrington.W. B. Gul nraith, W.B. Greenlaw, C. W. Ooyert J. J. Itawllngs. Z. P. Bowles and C. U. Churrh. WM. W. KAKKINGTON. Pres't. , J. O. T.0N8DALK. Seo'y. 151 UAYOSO HAVINGS INSTITUTION. , MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE, .. l?r j Banking House 19 Madison m. This InstUutlonTorganiied In 1856, has teen In continuous and successful operation for the past ten yean. It continues to transact a ' - . WV BANKING BUSINESS. T . , , Will receive Deposits. Buy and Sell ( Foreign Domeatlo --Exchange, Gold Silver and Unenrreat Money. ,' . BELLS Exchange in sums to suit purchasers, on London and all the leading oitiea of the United States, and will make collections on all ! aooetsible places in the Sooth and West K. M. AVERY, Cashier. ' IVl B" " " t - BOARDINC. BOAR...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 12 December 1866

1 1 ' ' PUBLIC' LEDGER. ...' Office, No. 18 Madison Htreet LAKCEST CITY CIRCULATION UV. . W.T.TCfTR A PTT. MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES LATEST FROM ALL QUARTERS New Oblan. December 11. Tam pico advices announce that both the Liberals there, and the Imperialists at Sun Louis Potosi, are exacting heavy forced loans for the support of their sol diers. . '' The Tribune of this citr, looking to the organization by Congress of a Pro visional or Territorial government for Louisiana, superciliously nominates T. J. Duval for governor, and says all the ether Union men who have held office here are faithless. The Times, of to-day, welcomes the in vestigation of the Congressional Com mittee concerning the riots, and hopes it may be open, thorough, complete and unbiased. The Times' Shreveport special says a terrific tornado passed through Hender son, Rusk county, Texas, on the evening of the 4th, doing great damage to the surrounding country. Five or six houses were blown down, one of which was the acade...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Public ledger. — 13 December 1866

m til 1 .1. A DVEHTISKMKNTS ARK INSERTED 15 jTYthis Column at 76 emu a lint per month I iLUFF CITY (SALOON. NO. 14 JKKEKR J mm at. KoUon A Meehan, Proprietor!. 92 IjOAUDINU.- THREW NICK J with board, at No. 40 Deal street. ROOM 8, 102 J ollioe 13 Madison itreet. rJV BURTON. W. J., McCALL STREET. TWO doora tram Mum, Uraiuur. Murblw and Sinn Painter tn the truae. Wi 1 II'KKK. JOHN K.. CITY INSPKfiTOR J Office on blul!', between Washington and . Adaina streets, fj ClEKTlK10A'i'liS.-I HAVE EXAMINED 1 and carefully tented tbe new method of cal- cu luting Interest, by Mr. J. I.. Irby. of Hren da, and do not hesitate to pronounce it tbe ' shortest uiid innet direct rule that I have ever seen, lis results are invariably accurate and truo. tor busineea men it haa many manifest auvaniiigeri over mo ordinary nietnoas. S. W. MOORE, l'rin. liusooui Seminary, I concur iu the above. Al.HKRT MOORK. Teacher. Haying carefully toiled the tame, I heartily Buodcrioe to uie auove. WM. M. BURDESIIAW, I ta...

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 December 1866

f - ' UAir.itoAl). i 53 MILES SUOKTEIt Than any jQther Route Vpo GRENADA, JACKSON, VICKSBURO 1 and New Orleans.. Traint leave daily at i wndi:0i) ug.i lima t Nw Orluu, Eeurt. Uuunsa Checked Throub. ThM.l. b.k. fn at lfiniltiDDi ud Tenoess Depot, foot Main itTeeU and at No,4 Joffanoa street, under Commercial Hotel.. : G. P. OAKLEY. Gen'l Ticket Agent. ' ft PUBLIC' LEDGER. .. i. a OUico. Tio. tS , Madiavon Htreet LARGEST CIT CIRCULATION. r 'LI l -ll.-ti.l-J. Thursday Evening, Deo. 13, 1866 The great topic of the da is suffrage . Heinii euffrae, '-: white - suffraitc.' female Buffraje.5nivor8a)4iattffragevtJ'he advo cales of negro suffraga are not very much in. (aVor of white suffrage, as there is no novelty in it. " Rebels, having sinned, . are not invited to the polls; but negroes, . who have been washed clean and tweet in the tears of abolitionism, are deemed ' eminently fit for the ballot , Many who ' ' ' dbniahd this policy, demand also female " suffrage. Our mothers,, wives,' sis...

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

ECIAJLJCARPS. V j . DESOTO INSURANCE ' ASD TRUST COMPANY, Of MEMPHIS, TIBN. t Offload Desoto Block, Madison 8t Ciltal. ..$300,000. -VplJIS COMPANY INSURES AGAINST 1 loss by Firo, Murine and Kiver Kink!. DirectorsWin. M. Parrington, W. B. Gal breith. W. 11. Oreenlaw, C. W. Ooyer. J. J. Kuwlings, Z. P. Howies and C. B. Church. J WM. W. FARRINUTON, Pres't. . J It. T.flNRDAT.E. Sec'y. 161 iiAVOSO KAVLNGS INSTITUTION. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, Banking House 19 Madison St. i iTblInsUtuBoitrganiied1856Vntf bean In continuous and successful oporation for the lat tan yean. It continues to transact a ' GENERAL EXCHANGE AND - n n r T 100 AHjJNt BUDUIMB. Will receive Deposits, Buy and Sell Foreign & Domeatlo Exchange, Gold, Silver and TJweurrent Money. SELLS Exchange in lumi to suit purchasers, on Londun ahd all the leading eitiel of the United Statea, and will make collections on all accessible places in the South and West. K. M. AVERT, Cashier. ' 101 .TOHX C. IiANIKR, President. t? BOARDING A G...

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

PUBLIC LEDGER. Office, No. 13 Madlion Street LARGEST CITI CIBC1IUTI08 BY TELEGRAPH. I I I I' .. MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES LATEST FB01I ALL QUARTERS ; Nsw 0ai.s8, December 12. -Official reports from Florida Indicate consider' - ble ill feeling between the citizetis there, arising from the poiseuion of confiscated properly, by parties who purchased real eitale at Confederate confiscation pales, , who now refuse to relinquish their claims, and the courts in some counties are sus taining the holders of such property, but issued writs of ejection against persons holding property confiscated and sold by the United States. Gen. Foster, commanding in that State, thinks the troops caunot be safely re moved. Garrisons ore being built at Grenada, Mississippi, for a permanent garrison for the United Stases troops. It is said that Jackson, Vicksbnrg and Natchez are also to be made permanent posts. The Major General .cbmmanding - says it is simply tq assist tba civil authorities in maintaininglaw. ' Ma...

Publication Title: Public Ledger
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