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E. GIQ EU,.
126 Canal Street.
Is glad to inf:rm his friends and the
public in general that he has just received
a fine and etylith Stock of German, French
and English Gods per ete;amer Fire Queen,
and wh'lIh he is now offleing at very low
prices, in order to open a good fall Trado,
to-wit
CATICOrS. M$ILIN rDELAIN3, BAR
1G1E" PIQuts, O1.0RED IIRILLAN-,
TINES. I din and PrIated I'FRENCI
FL \YNELS' TARTANS.
With the above a f'1 assortnment of
EIB ROIIONDERIt:,
Cunsisting in part of
Jaconat EDGINGS and INSERTINGS
Swv:s do do
Mull (do do
N;dinsonk do do
L;nen Cambric Edgings and Insertings
Valecichnes (1do do
Clung do do
BAND AND BUFFLINGS;
Also a well selected, nicely assorted and
extnsi;'e stock of
I!I1NDKERCIIIEFS, for Ladies, Ge(uts
and u Lildreu,
--SCII AS
ElI:IROIDERED,
LACE,
HEMISTITCIIED,
TAPE BORDI)ERED,
I-HOSI l RY.
In great qnantiti~.s and all qualitioes, for
L:adies, Geints. M!Mses and Boys, of En
gbli.. I'rcnlh ad! G(rmaun make,
which ,r1( 't o ie soldh as ('heap
u.s g,;d as the ,est.
Wouiil (all youfr aItt ,ntion to the de
I arts nt of L :d;b ,, !,.nts a: l Children's.
MIR'RINO VEST3.
Laolic ' Chmiii es, pure Linu'n and very
L,,i:.s' Ch',i's, Pl::in and IFmbroidered
WEITE G00)S.
WIIIITE .L1t : 9 u, o
SO'rT ;(i U '( ,
PA: Ia, MILLS,
PARIS J,1.\('NT,'I'ý,
BRILLII NTINE;S.
PI'laid aol Striid JAI'NET(lOl5
4-. andl -I Swiss MUSLINS,
'Iantian, . and Book Mullins.
Also a large and varied assortmnent of
FREN CH CORSETS.
Of all Prices, Qualities and Sizes.
Onr stock of BLACK GOODS is as
follows:
4-1 and '-4 Black 'rTAMIE,
5-4 and '-4 flErl; (GASIIN1ERE,
5.4 and -.Il [,di A.REGE.
5- a ',d ' I ` ro-,uijaliln, B.11\1 1GE.
1llaek Silk (GRlENADINES,
l31ack ALIPAC'.1,
Blhak DLIL \I*NES,
nlauk and White C('.ASHMI E,
l1irk anl White A.\IPA.\CAS,
Black and White I'(OTILS DE CT!EVRE,
Black Enz'ih n:ld French CRAPES,
Black SILKS-all prices.
f A Wl.S.
I3LAr'K EMINO. C\ASTIMERE, MUSLIN,
IDEl.AINE- (;I,'lN.\ADINE-:, TAM
ERTIN I.. IAREG;E. LA
" ... MA :n ,I ('IIAM.
It1Al LACE.
FTroni okeeping Goods.
French Thkla !)an:ask, in Sets.
i'ronch, Scotch and Irish table Damasks,
Towel:, NS:,k 's,, Doylies, Itu'cala'aks,
)ialp,'rs. (' ,sh, Iun lhr's or Glass Clotls.
Ii nn Sheetine s, o10-4, 11-4, 12-4.
Cotton She.,tings,. Brown and Bleached,
10-1, !l-4, 12-4.
P.ilow Linens and cottons, 42, 45 and 514
itch'liis.
rish Lim nea and toile de Paris.
Ctnan and Furniture Calicoes and Dim.
itis.
Marseilles Q1ilts. 10--1, 11-4 and 12-4.
HIoneycomb Qci!ts-Cheap.
Flannel and Woolen Goods
WHITE, WELSH, SHAKER & SAXONY,
-AND -
AMERICAS FLANSEL8,
All Prices and all Qnalit;es.
Plain and Twilled Gray Flannels.
Plain anLd Twilled Red Flannels.
Plain and Twilled White Flannels.
Opera Flannels-all Colors
French Plaid Flannels-all ,olors.
'Cassileres,
Tweeds,
Kentncky Jeans, I
Batinets and
Cottonades,
For Boys' Wear. 1
BLANKETS.
We hlave at present the Largest and
best Stock of BLANKETS in the city. con
sisting of American and French 'Navy,
English Mackinaw, 6, 7 and d pounds,
gray for plantation use.
Also, a tine assortment of white bed
Blankets, 10-4, 114, 1'4 and 134--all of
which we will be pleased to show oven
these warm days. e
Our supply of
Plantation Goods.
Is very large, and
Will be Sold at reduced Prices.
In consequence of frequent arrivals, and
are is follows:
7-i' :od -1-4 Onaburgs;
I'l.lid (and Striped Osnaburgs;
l'iaidi Liusevs;
Georgia aud Kentucky Linaeys and
Jeans:
7- and 1I-1 Heavy Domestics;
Twilled DLuck;
Cotton Jeans;
-AND--
A Large & Varied Assortment.
-OF1 LOW PRICSD-.
Calicoes ; Denims:
Hickory Stripes;
Head Handkerchiefs;
Bone Buttons;
Flax Thread;
Factory Thread;
Spool Thread ;
Tapes1
Needles;
Pins: ahid many others too numerous to
mention.
--w wOULD-
Call the Special Attention of Ladies
--TO OUR
PERFUMERY DEPARTMENT.
whieh ha just been taplbisJed
E. GTQIUE ,,
J. W.SAUSSER. M.0.MELCi.
SAUSSER & CO.,
GROCERS and
GiEE IL COMIISSION EIIIR Cll! TS,
Gr(and Ecore, La.
'Te nn:ders:igned have on hand, and wil constJa:,iy kL.p a
ass,.rtmeint of
Flour,
Bacon,
Corn,
Oats,
Hay,
Provisions,
Plantation Supplies,
Plantation Implements.
Planters ~ill always find in their establishment, all
the plantation implements of the latest patterns, and
provisions to suit their wants at NEW ORLEANS
PRICES, having made ample arrangements to receive
all their supplies directly from the Western States.
In view of accommodating the traveling (onluiunutity.
MIssrs, Sausser & Co., have built a splendid LIVERY
STABLE, and purchased tine hacks. Travelers will be
certain to be acconnucdated at every hour of the dlay
and night.
Receiving and forwarding as well as purchases in
New Orleans, will receive a careful attention at mode
rate prices.
I. W. Sausser & C*.
Grand Ecore, La., March 14, 1866.
Natchitoches Advertisement.
Blacksmith
IVIIEEE l lIGUHTSIIOP,
LITTLEJOIIN
5 IA th, ,lollor t) in form hi:s patrons and
IL the p i ,;i: t'at he is r ildy to t:;km
'har.te of all JOBS belonging to his line ol
All work from his Shops are warranted
and pr,,ompily .atnlded to.
Team mod'ranrt., but fqr CAStH.
Foris LIT'I LEJ OHN.
m24 12m.rn
,I. II. C..ItVER J. L. stDirATI.
CIiIER &SU'DDITII.
(Ai 1'LURLY' O.D STAtr)
Waolesale and Retail Dealers in
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
HIARDWARE,
CLOTHIING,
BOOTS and SHOES,
HATS, CAPS,
And a General Assortment of
PL \N 'ATION and
FAMILY SUPPLIES
Which we offer at the lowest cash
prices.
The highest market price paid for
Cotton.
Liberal Advances made on Con
signments.
Our old friends and the public gen
erally are respectfully solicited to
call and examine our stock.
.j6-wtf.
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
(WARRAN I ED)
DRUMHEAD CABBAGE,
HORN & LONG CARROT,
EARLY PARSLEY,
EARLY BIANS,
WHITO FLAT TURNIP,
EARLY ONION,
EXTRA LETTUCE.
EXTRA PARSNIP,
LONi; RADISH,
TURNIP RADISH.
For Sale by
JOHN MOUTON & CO.
BATON ROUGE WEEKLY ADVOCATE
The old sabscribers of th:s paper on
Red River, are respeCtfully informed that
it "still lives." Price of subscription,
Five dollars per annum in advance. Pre.
mium to sdbscribers, a fine copy of each,
Lee and .lackon's portraits. Address,
J. M. TAYLOR, Editor & Proprietor,
Baton Rouge La.
Sept. 28, 1966.---m0.
PRIVATE BOARDIIG HOUSE.
KEPT BY
,zCdJ rx.rzB ISx,,anaBmBx.
NATCHITOCOHES.
Boarder taken at a moderate price.
alm.6m.
Ls Natchitoches Advertisements
Corner Second and Horn Streets.
NATCLIITOCIIES, LA.
Mv l,I;us;ne  tkhv Co A n uh !n .xat rr':
n': l ve ohlie lel lt 1 t Ielroe, S an.im
in' to mny new h cal. My tusi'n es. nil
id . , 1't i c g Iorally. ~!;] ? !wa2 i fid at mr
kI, It' a , oodl a.d subttatial assortmeui t of
of DHiY (;OODS,
FANCY GOODS,
S CLO'TI'IIING,
lF'RENCII PErIFUMEP.Y,
VARIETY AIRTI'CLES,
PLANTATION GOODS.
-I IATS, BOiTS,
Si SOES for Ladies, Men & Children.
My establshmnt x ill always be dell
sI e p'lied with the bect
FANCY FAMILY GROCERIS viz-:
SUGAR, COFFEE &TEA,
I MACARONI and VERMIC fLLT,
CIIEE.E Northern & Western,
CLARET in CA:'KS & BOXES
WHITE WINE.
CHAMPAGNE,
Assorted LIQUORS
S COIRDIALS,
FLOI'UR.
MACKERFLS
1ElRIN(;S,
RAI=INS,
CANDIES,
PLUMIS.
Lrery boat brings me a new D urply o
frehs gomds, and my assortment nill alwavs
he c'tnplete, and the articles sold at a verj
I low rate.
m10 tf~ ELIE DURAND,
r
JOIN COLTON. J.C. TRICHEL. 8. S. 1SMMONS
o ......... . - ....
' CALiOiI, TIICIEl & C 0.
1ALERS IS
Hats, Boots, Shoes, hardware
Clothing, roctreits,
IRON AND NAILS.
At Metoyer & Bros. Old Stand.
FRONT STREET.
Jratc/lttoche La;.
mar17
Cigar Mfanufactory.
The undersigncd has resumed his man
ifactory of Cigars. The amateurs will
find constantly a large, supply of the best
Brands imported from Havana, viz:
MIXED CIGARS,
REAL 'NATCHITOCHFS CIGARS,"
E MDIA REGALIA,
CONCHAS,
t LIGHT BROWN,
o, HAVANA PUROS.
e. Orders from the country respectfully
solicited.
CHARLES CASTEX.
next to V. Durand's Store,
Front Street.
Aug. 15, 1806.-tf.
For Rent.
An improved tract of land, near Loggy
Bayou, containing about, 150 acres of
open land, and enough timber fdr the use
of the place, together With a good dwell.
ing House, and Cabins, Cribs &c.
For terms and conditions apply to
LOUIS DUPLEIX
Intelligence Office, Otlice NatchitocheA
Tim~s Natchitoche La.
..  o- 0
aL" ... . . -'  7":
" W, . : " n r , .
'1- . -j.
S A` - ... +, "e ý '
>( P.l L Ar.N SIMTAl `I '
At John W. Taber's old Stand,
Dru.g and Medicines,
Faney Art les,
Perfumery, &c., &c.
Havinig secured the servic,,s of J.OHN W. T.B,, n u. ar at tnt
w:i 1, ;1:1l f1,I to lh \Ilufii acturjrin, and ('orh: ,u'o ding l Dcp:t tment.
SL ') ' 1 . %I, s . ', 1i,.s w tu l~ i ired r i . VIl t ," ,, e . t .1'
ZI T, £ -:,.
JE FF 1E1RSON
SCOTTSVILLE, Virginia.
CHARTERED CAPITAL, 8250,0D 0,
Losses paid since organizatio,, si Ithout delay I.n , y Isstance, ý: ,73,03
Paid to following parties and Agents (fur various pCrslns,)
TO WO IIREFEIRENCE IS IMADE FOR IERITY OF ST,.TEC NT
--AS BELOW
T. M. Alfriend, Agent. Richmond, Va'......................$3, it
Quin \orton, Pti r, I-u., t............ ...... i.. . 0
,Jd " Eivcr I an rtr r Co., I !uo aildi\'le, Vi a............. ],. >
C. W .Dansun, S 'otts ille. ...... :.,0 1n
] ' Ho.1-s't, 'Ow ('..t~l: A t ~ - `, V il:nington, '. C....... I,,o0 4U,)
11. E. ichols, Ag ients, Ctiumla. S. C........ .... . ...;.. ;,
Richard l i r . i.o,1n. co1.... . . . . .. 10.,', It;
C'. & A. G. lull. AXgetm + Au-sta, (Geo.................S.0), 04
Cr.etwood & Gray, Agents, ('oldumlus, 1co..... ... 1.') 4 31 ]
B ll & Wray, Atlanta, " ...............1,44 0 00
( I. H .T,,hsou, Agent, Gui 0in, G]o......................
.,griel & Fbootm:1n, 1 g,,nts, ,avanouii. .eo...... ],f00,),
E. LI. Metcalf, Age it, Mong m -rv, Ala .... . . 1G 07
WISII TO PATRONIZE THIS COJIPANY
And only hesitate upon the too general and fallacious idea that Sotthemn
Cmparniei are not as good as Northern or Foreign,
We oily ask such to do the simple justice of applying to our Agent
OR DIRECT TO THE HOME OFFICE,
AND THEY WILL RECEIVE INDUBITABLE EVIDENCE ON TIllS POINT.
lPith fHuds inrested in the Best Stocks, Real Estate, and
GOOD SECURITIES,
WITH AMPLE M EAN S,
XO.YE SIHALL IVE WI ONE PR O.'PT.
TI1E undersigned having been nppointed AGEXT, for the ab"ve Compaiv, will issue
policies foir Fire, Inlaid and Marine Insurances, at the short,.t ,te .
LOUIS DUPLEIX,
aug. 5--tf. A GENT..
W rSpecial Notice ! j
Buveins' otel,
AT LACALS OLD STAND,
T STREET ý NATw e TEMSn , -
This House has been re
paired and opened to re
ceive Patronage.
IRON COTTON TIES.
JUST RECEIVED.
i 000 LBS. IRON YBUCKLE
~VV~V TIES of the best quality
and for sale for cash or draft at 30 days;
in quantities to suit purchasers,
JOHN MOUTON &Co.
Special Agents for
anug.l-tf. Natchitoches.
FlICY IIIOEIIY STOiEl
JOHrl MOUTON & CO,.
Front Street, La.
Italian Macironi and Vermicelli. Grnyers
and Western Cheese. Goshen andt Wv stern
Butler, French Cognar, Cordia's, Whli k'y,
Dry Figs and Plumbs, Almonds and Choco
ate. Ilarenge, Cdfish, and Mackrel.
March 2.
Bticle; can hb found at Poaief's ,' eo's.
Brickyard, at the following price :
Choice Bricks, per 11.... $15, 00
Mixed .' '.......i· :il
Simons ' '`......10 00
Brick work undertaken by the above firm.
Jr. Theo. IloGsie,, will always be f,,und at
the brick yard, from moining til! night.
July 14 18G.-tf.
Spooner's Pills!
Spooners's Pills !!
Spooner's Pills!!!
Just Received,
500 BOXES DR W'nIIPMIt SPOONCER's
celebratedt ague and feverl pills.
For Sale by John Mouton & Co.
Only agents for Natchitoches.
FO CO3 BA.L ES.
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Par a~:.rt. 1 1a'p Ir r~;, I. l,'.ii O1 it h1j
NOli. f1 ltRO ELT .1 1T:ET,0
Co tf: C''p C ii)' f1' on a !I r +
1 lr`arul ':t ilotto fi Ctr n ni 'ofte!'t E ?"h I O1-,adhli
ll~td- .". .1i"''Cl atS 1li!1 L ~ .: . l lll , r 'til c
rs icUiI :unld li 1: 1r id
SKP EFGS :« O AN, ul tb 1839
i .` a t , . fit .'n ý( , , 1 a L I!: ·· ..;.r
':( l'l' t u ,:) ii.tli 11 , 1" 1 1,1(11"l 11' 1'i+'i('ll t'.^ i; lt ( all i) C d ',1 1 L I, he rn )I
and carefully : 'Ti t li id :: J th in loa( riog "Old di'ýrhtlu;; i ns-.
IRS S D D 1M BIG119, FE II WI
NO. Cf CAONDEET SREET
j'ilylO-GGI; Sn. ....tip ® :L1] L! 1~!J
NEW ORLEANS BUSINESS CARDS.
Commlti on eIrchlntr.
PITALE &, BR()TV!!.11 (IT. HI Ware,
1 T.as. T. Ware.) No. 133 Oravier St.
Particular attontiol paid to seling Wool.
oct 231y
W. M. Perkins. F. 3t. Swenion D. L. t-ernino
PERKIN:, SWENSON & CO., Newr Or
lean. Sw\illsol. Perkins & Co., Now
York., General Co(nllniissionl Merel'ti 8.
Pliaulsil, M1ul,,c, 'ltc.
I OUI GlI.EWALi),, Mlsie, Import
.er Jl its:'! Instrumn:ents. 1'level, Chick
erings. Steinway & Sons andti (hohlrs Pi
aos.'2 C'anial St. oct. 23 J1
alnchlliery, Beltluin , Etc.
(XNIGIIT & CI)., Dealers in Maielinerv.
I ltings. Cot tto Gins. &c , 170 aniid
172 Gradvier Streit. oci 23 1-y
Mn ble Worir,
.'THOItl)YS 3: arhle10 , Works, ,,:.itabli-h1,,,
1";3J0. 10 tSr. (iharles St. Moniuniuel,
Tollhs, Hlh:d Strons lantule.pieces, (Ill'ales
Slates, Soap Stone, etc. oct 2:I 1-N
I. E. Burke. II, B. Wi'lmhilcy
IIIIKE & IT1iIS IE,
AND
Vashingtoii Street,
1ke:p co.r'.antly on hand for sale a genera'
aLi.)t f of
DRY GOODiS,
CLOT, NC,
llA'1.,
1 .0T:3,
ShOES,
CROCK .ERY \ R1 ,
IA RD WV.\ IE,
MEDI(1PNS, &H.
HfiJ)qst .1l.rk't prire pnmd for Collton o
,th,'r prclutr, o thel Counity in C-. II o,
I: E ll .:.:I Zl .
O. Prou.sard, jr. T'1. Fos..ir. P. F. Poquet
i ........... . ........... ..........
. BROUl SARD & C6'
AND
Q ira ntinir t issioi '1 trrlth;tints
2.3 Corrmercial Placce
(Between Camp and St. Charles Streets.)
NEW ORLEANS.
Rcrrrn Ncrs-L. Iinpleix, Nat chitoche .
Victor Radial, Cloatierville
Z;;lhnil & S:lUllpitc,
Sept. 15, 1--.-6i1o.
-1 -al PER YE.\II' W ,want Aghts
1 .P II oe.rywihre to ,it o r IM1.iPJ
,') " 1 Fýet a 11. t !thiine l. Im' it : ,:w '.i' l
Uw tr i'd t ipper f.ede. ,.rat n rat. Wariraint
el live  a ri . A lJIVe salary or ti.ge ciminiii.
sion paid. Thie ONLY niachincei Krd in Jinited
taits for let thar $tii. which :.,- !illy licensed
lby ilowes, Wheeler & W\ili, iGrover & Baker,
Singer o., iiandI1 liachlt'er. A11 other cheap
i lunhiines are infringemients and the s.ller or
n~'r are liable to arrest, fine and imnprisolnment.
Illustrated dlircularo sent free. ,Mdress, or call
Iupon ~li.aw & C(ljrk, at Biddnfr,ld, Maine, or
Chicago, 111,
sw B .m'
JOHN MOUTON &DO,
Faetcy Grocery Store
Appics, Dried Mru:.t:,ii, prr-pard
rli~tucLy,
Ale, ' Miackrcl,
Almuontls, Macaro;e;,
Ilutter, oysters in cau,%,
Illacking, Olives,
Ilru-his, 1'eaerhrs in cans,
cllamipignon¶, l'c-ar "
Ikepes a 1'ttin Plumhs
(~~p~ h I']!i I'm55li
L qiri, au a inaigre, Pates s'i1d
t'urrenti, 1'chper Sauce
I(t upl,, Black,
t'uileePotatnes,
('ailes; Pipes ass'd,
('(Pal Oil. ltai4n,,~
u'oritial ass'd. tSt'awberric3 In cats;
illl-I, Sardines,
ialacrs soda & swcet, Sau age,
bSugnar, brow·a
ermits in ,juic'e, ^ cm'
pr'ter'ed puv'eiza
'Fur,
i-erriiigs, ý- ii ales,
at I, fTobco, cite uing
heather, suieking,
'htunpagub'n Pine, Ba"
liilicy ict,003
Porto, " I l"ic key T ncaosa,
(hi leira, ", P .u ii,
"M
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STATIONERY.
PorC'l Pii'il', fi iftes, tlarA ':e. P'eti t
,l", -, LEn" ' )p-, 1ulaal'C , Note( ail,. I ct ,r
rasper. ý
Psor umcr y.
We hav e seen aIp jiutedl rC;Tliar :,ngeg:ta frti
.he celebrated L'rhI'Pctiu:,icry o'
''LA S02'11:. ur,:I Ik, hLXlQUl, Di
All s,'ris of iThu: U n' l= ofL (T rhl 11.ter,
'ouuid at our stand.
rlarlwatrc,
G1asswrc.
2,a (I.
NEW ORILEANS
CARPET WAEIDU3E.
W teiv e' 'rr i1b Io n'; f rl'fi'r1" of
1:1. U ) 1 11 I' t,. 11 .. '1: ii fy :S
2't:, I n.u a:u. , . ', II.;t, :,l td hilt r
''a p tning, l ii . GIi. tki Ic':uev ur-l
% c(,1 31I;i . I~ I;). Oil c I~l ul of il
. t i u l ; h 'u , it r ·tri r ui '1 M l . : 11y h 1; JI 1 , ' : ' ( i l '
till[JI'ia1, matt ý' r oil iti III(:, l! 'T i 'W
sh'ileS, Cu'rtk~ M :ini,- A,;. A -, all of
wli:ch we olFi it uwldi rat" r:(-, tfir cash.
A. 1;;1O'U1">lI ,1'., & Co.
Importcrs anI deu'crs at II".olieale dud
N. I3.-FIr,9ors cin Le 11V1 : and bills col
c:t(d by ExIrcrs Couparnie°".
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