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to be opened until the death of the o
writer, when its contents are to 0e I P
made public.. "I shall not live leog,"
says the-old gentleman, on one aid f or
of the package, "for already I feel
the water congealing round my heart.
Interesting Relic.-We have rceiv- SJ
ed from Prof. P. J. Carolau, Private Janus
Seeretary of G en. Wigfall, an ancient one
reic, founa in the old town of Dum- ears,
fries, Va., the present head-quarters andu
of the Texas Brigade. It consists j21*
of portions of a ledger and blotter of -
a flourishing trading house in Dum
fries during the year 1761-one hun
dred years ago. The ledger containsth
the acceunt of Col. Henry Lee,. the nes
tfmous Light Horse Harry of.Revolu- iam
tionary times. Many of the entries j2141
sre strange and curious, as indica- -
tions of the social habits of our fore- F
fathers. We design transferring some of thi
,f the most, singular of these to our apli
columns at a future time. [Jefferson a b
I1erald and Gazette. are m
Information Wanted.--On the-22d Add
November lhst an old gentleman, Mr.
Eleazer Mlyers, left Charleston for
New Orleans, by the w.y of Augusta. 1
iHe was last heard of in the city of
Augusta. Any information of him
will afford great relief to a distressed 3
Mr. Myers was a native of'Charles
ton, S. C. about Go years of age, 5
feet 7 inches high, thin and spare
made, somewhat wrinkled in the face,
curly gray hair.
Exchanges noticing this will assist
ip an act of humanity. na
Advise J.. J. McKeever, agent o
Southern Express, New Orleans, or
any express officer.
M1ovements of Gen. Price.-A, let,
ter from Itolla, dated the 7th inst., to
tihe St. Louis Republican, announces
that a messenger had just arrived rr
from the Federal Col. Carr, who was
sent out on the 4th, on a reconnoiter
ing expedition towards Springfield.
The messenger brought information
that Gen. Price, having been rein
forced by 3000 troops and ten cannon
from Arkansas under Gen. McIntosh,
intended to make another stand at
Gen. Albert Pike, the able and
fatithful Commissioner of Indian Af- .
tfirs and Relations, who lately visit- C
ed this city on business, has achieved T
great success. Through his efiorts J
and reports a Confederate appropria- d
tion has been made for tie support of ft
Catholic scools among the the In- :a
dians-schools which have flourishld ai
for some years, but never received aid
trom the United States.-Ch!rleston
From the Coast.-Says the Savan
uah Republican of the 17th:
Matters on the coast remain pretty
much as they were a, week ago. On
Tvbee the Yankees keep out of both
range and sight, but are understood
to be strengthening their batteries i
which command the entrance to om ;
harbor. If any works are preparing
for operations on Pulaski, they have
not been discovered.
Quite a fleet-it is said ten vtssels (
-came in at Warsaw Wednesday
evening, probably for shelter against
the rough weather at sea. Yesterday
all except three disappeared and went
The utmost activity prevails along
our coast, old batteries being strength
eoed and new ones erecting. If the ,
Yankees should succeed in reaching
the Georgia main, they will do it
with ranks foarfully thinned, and find
f their troublcslust begun.
Lincoln camps t )Ob ni ha beeni
sworn into the Cnminoewrti mevise "t
Hopkinaville, audm ha. eor
gin, hisi ative »taftt
of orUrganisqg yLcomagy
STRAYED before jne the undeigned sew
Justice of the Peace, on the 15td of all
e January, A. D. 1863, J. B. AWeb, f
about four miles from theC of.SbreYepoi .
t One W ITE STEER, witBla n6oead ic
i- ears, and a little blue around his neck, as
about four years old. M&rlted with a crop of
Sand under half crop. in each ea pr.r
aj321. j6NA lBOBS (,.J. PN . pr
)f t----- pa
1- mHME firm of A. N1. HULL &CO., IwaR ea
is kL dissolved oathe 31st December last, by
the withdrawal of I. E: Hull. The busi- em
o :ness will be conducted under the same
a, pnameass before; by the andersigned
Ms J21-4to D B HULL. <th
e- OR SALE-The Newspaper and Job ml
F Material, books, and outstanding debts Wi
2e of this offie. Reasons for selling given on th
ar application, if desired. To a person who ge
wilr continue the publication of the paper, of
wna bargain will be oftered. The materials
are new, and there is sufficient stock of pa- do
per on hand to last six or eight months.- mi
:d Address the proprietor. d90tf
r. L. B!ER, ta
ta. Wholesale andRetail Dealer im w
Bof FAWILY FANCY GROCERIES. s
edi Liquors a Tobacco, t
s CI-IGARS, ti
> 5 BOATSr BAR STORES. 1
ce, 'PEXAS STREET, e
ist Shreveport, La. e
A. good assortment of the above e
named articles constantly on hand. y
ent No 6-dly. c
red pTEXAS STREET t
ter- Between Market and Edward,.
eld SA YER,
osh, The rery best Liquors kept at the
1 at Bar. ni0-dly
and (Fornneriy Gaiety.)
Af- Adjoining the Coinfederation
'isit- Co/fee Housrc. Shreveport, La.
eved 1IIIS well )1own and popular es
forts - tal)lifhmn.t has boun reiioved as
-above, and. is open for the accoinino
pria- dation of the public. There will b.6
>rt of found the best of game. fish, oysters.
In- ai id very thing that the Shreveport
shed aind New Orleans inarJkets afford.
Said Meals furnished at all hours day oi
1 night. Fainilies and parti.s will
nston iave their orlers promptly atte-.ideil
%.. no37 vly
IFRWG GEO. WT KENDALL,
D E ,NTIST ,
Office, corner Market and Milam sts,
Opposite the Bank.
nl SHIREViPOP.T. LA.
DR. A. F. CLARK,
Offier t T7. II. Morrist Drug Storer
Corner of-Spring and Forrin Sta.
SMITH 4f LE WIS,
Drugs, PFtiwts, Oils, Varnishesr 4F
StIX oPTHIC GOLDB?( MORTAR,
Shrereport, Texas St.
tion of the pirng
ishes of -1 , e
Bossier, " r aed
sesalson at ree d o
all patiesk b h with he "
oie will-of r b7y fammn
nicating their inforatioifo in writing
as far as practic e;e stating names
of aliens, their domicils, nature of
property, where situated, supposed
value. anad their own. yesidences or
plaheeemof business; thatthey may bi
called on for further information, as
each case contes up for examination. Te
SFear has been etiressed that per- Iarsa
emptory demand loyl be made for
Spayments of debtod ed to aliens, and Aft.
summary means used in confiscating: -
their property to the great detriment
t-of the community. This is-a great
b mistake. The Receiver will not
willingly throw any impediment in
n the way of business, but hopes,- in
a every instance, to secure the righta
'of the Government without the least
detrimentto private interests, andas
- much as possible without litigation.
Let an honorable loyalty be evin- D
ced in assisting the Receiver in es- tace
tablishing. those rights. Meet him rante
with an honest intention to do no execi
wrong, and you may feel full assu- Tex
rance that every facility, as urgently
S. demanded by the oxigenoies of the SHR
times, will be extended in return.
For the informationeoE the public,
I publish the second and third sec
tions of the act:
Sec. 2. Be it further enacted,
That it is and shall be the duty of
each and every citizen of thifConfed- ad
erate States speedily to give informa
tion to the oflicers charged with the
executions of this law, of any and [
vse every landsi tenements and hexidita
ments, goods and chattels, rights and
credits, within this Confederacy; and
- of every right and interest therein
hold, owned, possessed or enjoyed by V
or for any alien enemy, as aforesaid.
SEc. 3. Be it further enacted,
That it shall be the duty of every
attorney, agent, former partner, trus- I
p tee or other person holding or con- and
trolling any such lands, tenements or
hereditaments, goods or chattels,
ri-ghts or credits, or any interest 'I
therein. of any such alien enemy,
speedily to inform the Receiver, here
inafter provided to be appointed, of
the same, and to render an account
thle thereof, and, so far as practicable, to
Ily place the same in the hands of suchl
- Receiver;. whereupon such person
shall be fully acquitted of all rdspen
sibility fuor property and effects so
reported and turned over. And any
tion such person wilfully failing to give
such information and render such
Se. account, shall bo guilty of a high1
a 8L misdemeanor, and upon indictment
and conviction shall be fined in a
I, . sum not exceedling.five thousand dol
,rs. lars, and imprisoned not longer than
prt six months-said tine and imprison- w:
- inent to be determiuu(ld by the. court E
„ trying the case-and shall furth cr be C
will liable to be sued by said Cbnfederat.-e Ar
iedl States, and sulbjected to-pay do.ubl cl
Sthe value of the estat',% property or t'
MW effects of the alien unemay held by pi
himn so subject to his control.
,J. J. KLINE, C
Receiver Confederate States. 13
LL, Office Branch. of Citizens' Bank, S
Shreveport, La. octlU-tf I
sts., THOMAS! W JVES.
.A. (2 doors below E. 4c, I .Jacobs.)
- Texas Street, SAreceport, Louisianaz &
- flardware, Iron,. Castings,
trM s Belting, Packng, I
tre4 MechaMnies kS iascinist^ Tk 4. r
Castings of all kinds constantly on 1
?s,. hand or made to order. nl-y-d
- office ofa Dr. Leslie,
AT THE LATE COURT R88SE,
SMARKE TS TREE T,
All, Opposite the Presbyterian Chnurch.
Skhrevaport, June 11-ly.
S - . . .
Terms nvariably CAseH. 43-rl-y Tfi
Horse Shoeing TWro Dollars. ao8 Johnb
SAfter tbh let December; Terms Cash. tweet
t Watmaker and O
in P. F. L. FRANK m
Agent for I
at J. LITTRAUER,
D ealerin Fine Watches, Jswely, T'
U- Diamonds, Brazilian Pebble Spec- desir
hs- tacles, etc. All good Watches war- vem
m ranted for one year. Job work neatly Hon
no executed.- weel
n- Tweas Street, opposite Chldes & ble t
ly Beard's, port
he SHREVEPORT, LA.- leavi
Vol. 1. no.-56-ly.
ic, be %
Bc- V. SHIDET, a et
l, 1WaitclAMBkf r, n4
oflJ JWWELER, -
.d- AND DEALER IN
%nd lr-E A s StmBE'., pub
by 'Bctween Spring and Market, ,A -
ed, SHREVEPORT, LA.
rs- Watches and Jewelry Repaired j
n11- and Warianted. nl-ly per
i or fi
Tes edegar Iron vWork«. n
my, R1CIHMOM), VA. t U
nen, to vto
rson- without wheels. Stationery Steam -
ouurt E %ine with (1oublle flue boilers. I[
.r b(« circular taw 1Mill-iof the most xnod
orati .urn aud iniproved construotion. We *
uhlo clinllfee tli trade to produce a bet
tv or ter or more c-ffe-tive article at a less
d by price. Cotton (in anl Grist Mill
Circular Saw s. Flnin ith or
es.. Burrows Corn :nd Flouring Mill.
3ank, Straub Corn Mills.
-tf India Rlobber Heltiutr.
- Woodwrutbh Plhienig and Matching
Artesian Well Toolk and Pipes fur
1s.) nished to order.
sianaa Steam Gunges, Whistles, kc.
and everv deseription of Plantation -
us and Railway Machinery.
Send and get an' illustrated cata
logue of our Machihery,tfree by mail;
it; S4x. all we ask is a prpeffrence at the same
t price with equally good Northern
tlyon Works. Addrts E. M. IVENS, '
Ly No. 53 St. Charles st., N.O. .
- No. 3-ly
Iie, Pg Patronize Home Industry.
AISE. SIM&N EIRMAN,
Cor. Mar/et and Milanm streets,
WI7 TILL giveepeciat attention to making
'A ShoCs for Ladies yd Misses, and
ur hopee to receive a liberal patronage in this
new enterprise. Repairing neatly execute
atshet aotice.j. I20-3 |
ni-Iy . W CJBAN4.
DURIN6 the. A.
Schaifner, I wil give strict ittto
to the making a puing p of
tOrders from planter promptly at
tended to. Addresai , @
F. X. MUWLWAjjT ,
Sash, Door, and Blind Factory
nl8-6m Sireveporn, La
Tfie Era No. 6, Captain,
^ John Ionuns will run bej
tween this place and Nti Orleans
. giving through bills oftLading.
Oct. 12ath 1861.
Texas Stage & Livery StablMe
On Miltam St. opposite tAe Varan
P, rTHE proprietor has been to great
IL expense to make this the most
C desirable Stable in the city, itis con
Svenient to the Steam boat landing.
y Horses will be boarded by the day,
week or month, on the most reasona
ble terms, Persons visiting Shreve
port or going to New Orleans, by
leaving their horses at this establish
_ ment, can rest assured that they will
be well attended to.. Only give him
a call and satisfy yourselves.
r,. no 39-ly.
Viektbure r u na.
O Published in Vicksburg, Miss., by
T. S. Martin, Chas. A. 0ooe, and
Geo. H. Elwell.- Terms, $10 per an
num for. the Daily;. Weekly, 8a3 The
Sun is the only paper in Vicksburg
published every day in the. week.
111d IHE undernsigned would respect
I fully inform the citizens of Shreve
port and vicinity, that he has openedt
- a RES TA URANT on Texas streer,
S near Market, where he is prepared at
all times to satisfy his friends and
customers, ftom 7 o'clock, A. 3. until
11, P. M., with warm or cold meals.
EP'To Boarders by the month or
week, a liberal-dcduotion will be made.
vln54-6m J. A. JEHLI,.
H A^TTEN' TSPION! tL
r)ERSONS wishiig to join a
P State Volitnteer Company, it1
this city, to hold themselves in readi
iness for State service, in preference
to servini; as Militia, can hand their
names to the Editor of this paper.
Now is the time, afrtr awhile it will
h or be too late.
lers. I C 1 40 K I S N' S W 3 ! i
We SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY'
^ Ready Proof ress,
Pate7nted June 1st., 1861'.
fur- To Country Publishers..
ation H want of a cheap proof press
on has long been felt by pu lishers of
cata- ooutltry papers and small Job Ofices.
. The undersigned knowing this froun
mail; experience, has invented a press of
thsame ti sort (similar to Hoe & Co.'s) and
t oftirs it to the craft as the cheapest
S in the market. Instead of a solid
cast-iron cylinder, it is made of-sheet
___ iron and tilled, being a decided inm
provement, as it gives elasticity to
LSplr' to the cylinder. The cost of an or
dinary proof wress is 50I while this
co, Only $20.
», und TEIRMS CASH.
in this Addrees J. DIGRION,
os3 Shreveport La.