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We are authorised to announce,
T. 1I. PITTS, as candidate for re
,lection, for the oflice of RECORDER
I'El'ct.tion on the first Monday in No
W\Ve ares authiorised to announce, r
M. 'F. J. AISTON, as a candidate
,thr tll' otlice of Sheriff, at the ensu
\Vte are authorized to announce Mr. I
'It )MAS R. SIMPSON as a can- v
didtiat for the office of SHERIFF, at b
the ensuing election. p
We aXre. authorized to announce 1i
ISRAEL W. PICKENS, as a can.
didate for the otlice of Sheriff, at the b
ensi;tungt election. a
\Ve are authorized to announce L.
It. :tRIS1', the present incumb.ent, as
a( candidate for reelectionto the office
of ASSESSOR, at the ensuing elec
We ate authori4ed to announce
Prof. V. If. N. MAGRUDER, of
Baton Rouge, as a candidate for the
office of Superintendent of Public
D. LE ROSEN,
Daguerrean Artist. r
Would respctfiully intorm the citi
zetns of Shreveport, that Le 'will re
tnain in their place a few days, for g
the purpose of taking Pictures upon
G(lacs, Silver, Iron; Paper, Patent
]Leather. etc., etc., in the highest
stvle of art.
A.nbrotypes taken for $1 (
Satisfaction guaranteed in every
Rooms at the Art Gallery, over
Sour & Newburger's Store, where he
invites an examination of specimen
Adjoining the Confderation
C orfuie lou.ec. ,Shrecceport, La.
T 11 IS well -uown and popular e:
tablishme.t hliasbeeti rnmoged as
above, and is open for the acconuno
dant in of the public. There will he
Sounl the best of gaine. fish, oysters.
and v-erything that the Shreveporti
and New ()rleans markets atfrd.
lMeals furnished at all hours day or
night. Families and parties will
m:lve their orders promptly attended
.u.:. 3n 37vly
r|1IE uundersinedi wouhl respect
i t tully infirm tihe citizens of Shreive
pirt and vicinity. that hle 1ras o,pi'ied
a RE'ST UIA' NT oni Texas street,
nellr Market, whIre he' is prepared at
all timlies to satisfy his friends and
cust omers, from 7 o'clock, A. M. until
t1. 1'. M31., with warm or cold meals.
T}'"l'o Boarders hv the month or
weok, a liberaldedltct ion will ,Ibe made.
vIu114-iGm J. A. JEIIILE,
it!ausstield Fenalte College.
I)VS'tro P'AitiS LA.
V 3he Fall session of this Institution
. will open on \\'ednlesda, 21nd
)ctobe.r 1861, with a full and ettiiticiut
1.ic'tltyV. The (diiOestic department
will be under tht' imnmuedi:ite superin
tndence of the i'residtlnt and his.
lady, and evi-rv x tfort will b, mIad
to ron otet the onttirt of thiose nc
tru-sted to tthlir cliarge.
For ither intmorntti,,n. ,tddr-ss.
t'. l A . S '-T Alt', 1'rcident.
, sderation 't1se
iLct wcen Matrket :rlnl l':dwa'rtd,
SA. 1 IF l?(r,
he rern/ b'/t Liaqor, kpt at the
SRUBY COFFEE HOUSE,
(;,rn,.r "~3Ie/iiatam1d Sprwg .%s.
I El:PS the ,best brands of Liquors
ald ."ixed drinks, to please oviiry
uil'si( te.t or nt chal:rge.
14 ., '"Pro, ; tor.
Texas Stage & Livery Stable, Te
On Milam St. oppoaite the Varan
7THE proprietor has been to great
expense to make this the most Me
desirable Stable in the city, it is con
veRient to the Steam boat landing. hag
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 I
a call and satisfy yourselves.
P. F. L. FRANK,
d. LITTIIA UER, an
Dealer in Fine Watches, Jewelry, -
Diamonds, Brazilian, Pebble Spec
tacles, etc. All good Watches war
ranted for one year. Job work neatly
Texas Street, opposite Childers & Co
SHREVEPORT, LA. 1
Vol. I no-56-ly.
office of Or, Leslie,
AT THE LATE COURT HOUSE,
MIIARKE T S TREEE T,
Opposite the P'reshyterian Church.
Shrev'port, June 1 1-ly. Of
ED WARD CONERY,
AND DEALER IN
WESTERN PIRODUCE, ra'
- os. 2 Front and 10 Fulton Streets, i
Vickburr Stun. su
Published in Vicksburg, Miss., hy de
T. S. Martin, Chas. A. Cone, and
Geo. 11. Elwell. Terms, $10 per an
Snum for the Daily; Weekly, S3. The
Sun is the only pap.er in Vickshurg fo
published every day in the week. w
t Items or advr'tisements iute:dil~ed
I t(,r the D1t/ai/ -\et., must be hanided
I in prior to tfOur ,'clock, P. ML other- C
wis., they will not appear inotur issue
r )f the ifllowinug ntlrniilg.
T',.s invariably C /H. t3-1-1 c
SHorse, Shoeing 'lwo ])ollars. noS2
I ;,5T U'tE1VE)II.-A fine lot '
)of l)ried lufllth Beett from "lx (
as. which will he sold clwa1p tf (f.sh 1
A. Ir' MILLER'S
a Icn drell 1and Soda Water
)On T'exas 'tretit, bLtwteen Market & a
Edwat;l, sit Mrs. Vetll's 01od Stand.
'Takes pllcnsure(! to ilnfi)rm ladies :
1S and gentlehnthl, that he IIhas re-olned, a
y and kei'ps on lhand, besides tlme above,
contectibouaiets and fi'uits, etc., and
would he pleased to receive a visit
r. from his former patrolns.
THOMAS W. JONES. Ts
(2 doors below E.L B. Jacobs.)
Texas Street, Shreveport, Louisiana.
Ilardware, .Iron, 'Castings,
Mechanics' 4. Mackinists' Trols, 4'. Pr
Castings of all kinds constantly on U
hand or made to order. nl-y-d
I. SHIDE T, As
AND DEALERI IS b14
Fill JATCIIS, JIJiY. AID AB
DIA MONDS, th,
TEX.A.S STREET, foi
l' Between Spring and Market, ._
Watches and Jewelry Repaired th
and Warranted. ni-ly p,
MARBLE WORKS. f.
Corner of Texas and Edward Sts pr
H AVING permanently located in
Shreveport, I am prepared to man- P1
ufacture from the raw material, and er
right at home. W
MARBLE MONUMENTS, th
TABLETS 4" TOMB STOV.ES, f
Of every description, in the best work- b
IRON FENCING. ci
The utndersi'gned having made ar- I
rangemeuts with the manufacturers, it
is now prepared to order every des
cription of L,
IRON FENCING, e:
suitable for enclosing buildings, gar- f,
y dents, cemetery lots, etc., also ri
t- IRON RAILINGS,
g for galleries and balconies, which a
will be sold at MANUFACTUERS 1
_ PRICES (adding tramnsportation).
Purchasers are invited to call and t
,ex:mlline the varius styles, at the
.Southemrn MIarble Wo',rks rf
r- Corner of Texas and Edwards Sts.
MIv Post Officeis Shreveport, La. I
no 6-dl v. t
Tredegar Iron TVorks.
RIt'1IOND. VA. e
]'ortable St.-:tam .ºIinines with ,or
Cirenlar Saw Mills of the most n1(d
ern and improved constructin. We 1
[v clhalleng thet trade to prodIuet' a ,lt- t
ter or IllOre cflf.cti\ve article at :a less t
jrice. Cott 1 (.;Gill and Urist 3[ill<
ot SImrting. I
x Circular Sa:ws.
S13ulrr,,ws Corn :rud Flourintg M ill. i
Stratul ('urn Mills.
SIndia b ',ller hiling..
Wo,,,-'lwruth lqaicnng and Matching 1
lArtesi:,n 'll T,,ls and jles futr
Stcamn C unges, Whi.shtls. &e..
'nod ever" description ,t Plantatin
a and Iailvay Machinery.
Send and get an illustrated cata
es logue of our Machinery, free by mail
d, all we ask is a preference at the same
e. irice with equally good Northern
Vd Works. Addre's E. M. LVENS,
sit No. 53 St. Charles st., N. U.
T" n GREAT DNi ALDRIN#OFTHB
AGE ! *
CROOKES'S TO I
Invigorating Aromatic Vegetable
Fo RESTORIN & , PRESERVING 1. Ii
Prepared from Aromatic BitterHerbs 36x54,
UNDER THE AUSPICIES OF Ahl ompl
EMINENT PHYSICIAN. mp
Are an agreeable and palatabl~e P
Invigorating Tonic, prepared from 1
Aromatic Bitter Vegetables, corn
bined with a Pure Spirit, improved ine.
and perfected by one of our venera- $400.
ble and eminent physicians during a vier
practice of -thirty years, in the latter
part of which he used those Bittel ong
Herbs, with unparalleled success, in 'rype,
the treatment of internal diseases and Wood
for purifying the blood. in lotE
They stimulate and regulate the 1 F
functions of digestion; impart vigor PoweA
and tone to the stomach; strengthen ie b
d the system, and are unequalled as a fect ru
purifier of the blood. By continuing power
the use of a wine glass full morning 82000
and evening, and before meals, for a ToR
few weeks, they will afford convin- Reyas
cin proofs of their great medicinal Rule.
5 properties, and under the influence of Paten
their health-restoring qualities, that Fittic
n physical condition necessary to the about
.d enjoyment of a sound body and mind had a
will soon be attained. the or
From their purifying influence, WV
the skin becomes steadily smooth and sent.e
bright, and they will graduallly re- from
move every trace of eruption or in- eratio
9 flammation from the face or body as
they progress in the purification of the chase
Viewing them simply as a bever- Paper
age, they equal in richness and deli
cacy of flavor the finer grades of
choice Champagne Wines-the bit
ter principle being only perceptible
r- when felt in the good work of purify
s, ing and invigorating.
- For the use of old and young of
both sexes they are admirably adap
ted, being grateful to the taste; of an
exqisitely delicate flavor-imparting port,
to the palate a soothing aronmatic ef- Wed
tr- feet, equalled only by its purity and Satu
richness. $S t(
The following letter regarding the day)
purity and quality of this Celebrated not
Vegetable Tonic, from the eminent
ch and gifted physician and chemist, t
S Victor E. Canning, so long and fa- a it
vorably kinown in connection with fiT
ad the French Academy of Science, g
he speaks ftr itself:: ahoy
Chemical Labratory, i'est Broaiday. desir
New York, February ti, 1L60. T1
ts. Mr. 11. M3. Crookes: Dear Sir- selec
a. In accrirdancec with your request of of it
the 16th ultirnmo, I have subjected its re
sample ot your Invigorating Aroma inter
tic Vegetalle totnmach itter- to a irpt
caretfil analysis and find them to Ie umit
composed tt the essence ,f Arimatic tenti
Bitter \Vc.retabh's ,,f .ancient fame in 11'
the medical wrldl: yet 1 have never open
,ettire seen them so well blended or cler
i.reneredl so pleasing to the sensce of (eith
The Spirit used in their prepara- Ce
tion I I ,unid to lie perfttctly pure, anl secti
ias fre'e., ti',,c dleleterious element a:I
that procured fri in the natural juice ew
ft'the gralpe. usi
Youi tldolutless Lhad the assistanellt of Ark
exra'ietinced medical skill in perfet- New
ing so excellent a comlinatinn, as it
1r rarelv occurs that the bitter princi- p
in ile, "c,,,se5.ssing so much medicinal man
is. wrth, is rendi.red so palatablte. t r
ri ,d- cntinui, ti, preliari y.iur Stoirmach
bu irters. strictly iiin ncordanc ci- hc
ct- the formula vyou hlve already adt, p- S"
eS ted. and they cainnt tail togain lu"-n ,tic
ill cedencll over everythicing lse ct tI., - w
kicnd within niy knowletg.e. tin
I rcuaiin, dear .sir, very respect- It
fully yours. n• am
(-ioinnccis'inu s in ficic- hi..rtcrns anccciii
g thiosc :taxicus to be relieved frciu ic,- I
ward s-nutfi-ring cire rcquested ti tist tck
ur- their qualities fairl' cnid impartially 1 h.il
accii give the cubli the lccn,,fit of thiir rcs
mnhiasecd icpicion. thei
luRl(1().OKES'S hNVI ((RATl'iN(, c;, t
ARA)MATIV' VEG(.ETABL1' S'l'( I
Mta- MAC- BIr'TERS are sold lv Gric- nit
ill cers, Druggists and Dealers generally the1
me throughout the country. uid can ce tion
ern had as a beverage at" the principal '1
lBars and Saloons. lg
CROOKS & CO. Sole Proprietors. the
110 Tehoupitoulas st., N. Orleans:. fra
TO PUBLISHMERS OF NE WS.
Fo rS ale .
1. R. Hoe & Ce.'s Patent Single
Cylinder Printing Machine, bed
36x54, with Rollersand.Roller Mould,
complete in good running order, near
ty new. Cost $2300 in New-York.
1 Ruggle's Improved Printing En
gine. Prints half sheet cap Cost
$400. $250. In good running order.
Also, 1000 lbs Agate, 2000 lbs Bre
vier, 2000lbs Bourgoise, 1500 lbs
Long Primer, 1500 lbs Small Piesa,
1000 lbs Pica, 10,000 lbs Fancy
Type, all kinds and sizes; 50 fonts
Wood letter, all which will be sold
in lots to suit purchasers.
1 R. Hoe & Co's Bed and Platen
Power Printing Machine, (Isaac
Adams' Patent) Platen 26x40.
The best book press made; in per
fect running order for hand or steam
power. Cost at the mamnfactury
82000. Price $1400.
Together with Imposing Stones
Racks, Stands, Cases, Cabinets, Gal
leys, Composing Sticks, Leads, Brass,
Rule. Large Iron Safe, Wilder's
Patent; Desk, Chairs, Tables, Gas
Fittings, and every article, needed
about a first class newspaper estab
lishment, any or all of which can be
had at 30 per cent. discount, below
the original cost at the manufactory
Whenthe present duty of 24 per
cent. on all goods of this description
from the North is taken into consid
eration, the advantages of this offer
will be readily perceived by pur
Apply to the type Foundry and
Paper Warehouse of
GEO. H. VINvFEN.,
No. 105 Poydras Street, New Or
The Daily News
IS published in the city of Shreve
port, Parish of Caddo, every Tuesday,
SWednesday, Thursday, Friday, and
l Saturday morning, at the low price of
$8 to mail subscribers. The (Mon
day) Weekly News is published at
82 50 per annum. The News will
not be forwarded to any address, until
the subscription money is received,
' as it is published on the cash princi
ple; and the terms behig put at low
figures, will not admit of credit.
Specimen copies of either of the
above will be forwarded to such as
. desire subscribing.
The columns will contain articles,
- selected and original, which will prove
itI of interest and tend to the welfare of
d its readers. It will be devoted to the
t interests of the South; and internal
a improvements in the Parish and vi
( cinity, will rtecLcis-e the undivided at
c tentiuin ,f the publisher.
n Thc colun-s of the News will be
'r clp'n to every lpersln. Personal arti
ir clie will not, under any circumstances,
)f (either a.s cnnunications or adver
tisemlents,) be ,ubllisied.
S ('orrespinudence is solicited from all
_s an advertising medium, the
;. Nws oftirs gr,:at advantages to the
Iusiness mnc11m of North Louisiana,
IArkansas, 'T'Jxas, and the city of
SI'apers publishinug the above three
ii monuths.will ,be(ltitled to an cxchlang
thr the I )aily.
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-t t:ke thei piapert's fri'omm the oftiime to
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ir rslposi'le until thetv ha~'v settlhd
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i ftsubscribers remve to-themr places
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