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VOL. 1. 8HREVEPORT, LA., THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 186I. . TO 4. T e Shreveport I)aily News, 'ublisl/ed every morning (Monday ercepted.) Office corner Texas & Spring sts. 0rCr Beer's Store-Entratnhr on Spring street. TER VIM S = faily, per year in ndvrncc,..........88.00 SDelivered bIy carrier, 20) cents per week. 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KENDALL, -I) E NT TIS T. £1 1 .xit -tllr PUIUJ L . New Orleans Cards. El) :W'- /i) (¼')Nk2EJ .' I IEmolc ale G rocer, AND tI ll l.I tt IN ~ 2 ½ nda 144 /"'g//i,, .Ntre:v tx. tI I-ly. U). L. (.' 1;1IJI\'. iewipaper Ads er ' i'4irg ANDb (0UL1A:( 'I'( A;N'' Ota( " ý" or . r t ""tuui .Ct. milil Ex,-Lancng . 1';?º.ý..N.). Ii, 1'i VCkl'y ('t, ' (:ý rrt z 1.pei titIC t int ;i 4ct.i iag-, firicc tii,- ·(A i!alA. sentt /'r (7otlh~'ctiou, [wn af'q at ,i(irtitf'adl.V rild?1 pro *,uuct/ (1/11 II. 1' t0.T ti; SýIJTh;RI TYPE. fOIIN!Y AIl [I 1 o~~niid ~iiiv )L'V iti: Po nt;S *:,"rpF: F;-r. N. (" RLI:ANM. I v.4sM '1)'Y1'' I xaPcr. [Ink. and Fiur xii-'hing of all de criptit1i. at taxlu ta~wturer$' price.i( AGEINT FORI THEI SALE OF IB. JIQIE & U06h. PRtiS ES. anid .tames LCwz'u'- A" Sons' Type. LDA TYPE: TAKES IN EXCHIANGE FOR New at 10 enit-; per pound. SPctnd-hand Presses boueght and sold. 2 Misser Linker. ONN HIS KON2MASHUS CLIENT. by our ned. Old abe linkern! Whi doo you keep so still ? U R knot dumi, B UT Doo U mene ; speke? Iff sow U does, wi knott out with itt at wants Grater men than U speke (1 mene bigger rounde Butt knott sow longe) I take it UT can spoke Peepel iz watein 2 heer U sa something Ix U short ov wind? Orr prgermnents Orr has ther Oxogin gin cout ? 'NUTHER VER4. Oh doo speke Abraham mutter out wants Kos you know B4nnitt's Watein too here ure Ist remarks. B U muadd at Bennitt & wunt speke ? unit U frail of liz Bigg Paper ! lenuitt's downe onn danm people. KONTINUASIIUN. I ax U wunts mioor, abc Kant U gin us 1 good squeel ? l'teople R lookin 4 are uttseranz I'mr vileux worries evrebodde' Iknnitt's evreboddee it wurries 111.W1 I. it wurries mer Ure menu -U. R. KO)NKi.LEIN STAND SIR'. 0! I Kongrer, U 2 spek: Iff itt aint bi ite No mnatter. Ivev U got ir stowr fle onthle Orr iz ure tang tired-which' M1ehee ni lostcre teethel titOin inglius WVimt kall nake 'C sow hum Bimnitt iuss (otf tU don't s1ek. Kiuuil ns t iill! 'IThen where It U gyve 2 ther cilent TIowinih:. I rnekon. PERNWs«AS1IV LIVES O ! linkern linkern ! links that dnre..fuI silhii. jest wunt. tu kipi Ilhiniit. Qluifert I -t male: Liz papurllo & pt c re utz "1 it to ice nr woke It aitre pa Ini i t ill: thir prilIr with ire rilentz. ow I giz i A thiin 4 1 : 2.-el:/.i .1rK. itoutrere & -Na tu tt his sitizjPl vt itY inn 11Il.rnii. , Inlin(lciIdle t i.uc i r cv trh.r I leve ue ril u. kannitt & IRuh " InI most qlearr.-Is, t here' is a auilt oil I,,it h Isides. Iotli lliiit andl -teel are u. c eý""<n- t( the prouctlatioi ~f a ,hark; either of* them may liainner on w1iiooi iorevr, and no tire will till iw An excellent ccment for ":lnmis in the root:; of houses, or ior any ,similar detct$. nmV le miade -with lea'l, dry white iantid, iaid as neicli oil as will rendeir it ,if the consistency it putty: ir becomes as hard as any :ttone in the cours,. of a few weeks. The lIel ftriis a kindl of flux with the sand, adapting it to the filling up of cracks, in brick buildings, also for poiuting uip the lases of chimneys, where they project through the roofs of shin led houses. -------o - A Montgomery dispatch of the 1st inst., to the Charleston Mercury, states that another requisition has been made by the Confederate Government upon the States for troops to proceed to Pen sacola.. What Volcanees Have Done. Cotopaxi, in 1848, threw its fiery rockets 3,000 feet above its crater, while in 1744 the blazing mass, strug gling for an outlet, roared so that its awful voice was heard a distance of more than 600 miles. In 1797 the crater of Tunguragua, one of the great peaks of the Andes, flung out torrents of mud which dammed up rivers,open ed new lakes and in valleys of 1,000 feet wide made deposits of 600 feet deep. The stream from Vesuvius, which in 1737 passed through Torro del.Groco, contained 33,600,00 cubic feet of solid matter; and in 1794, when Torro del Greco was destroyed a se cond time, the mass of lava uamounted to 45,000,000 cubic feet. In 1679 Et na poured torth a flood which covered 84 square miles of surface, and meas ured 100,000,000 cubic feet. On this occasion the scorite formnned the Monte IRossi, near Nicolosi, a cone two miles in circumference and 4,000 feet high. The stream thrown out by Etna in 1810 was in motion at the rate of a yard per day for nine months after the eruption; and it is on record that the lava of the same mountain, after a ter ribleeruption was not thoroughly cool ed and consolidated ten years after the event. In the eruption of Vesuvius, A. 1). 79, the scorime and ashes vomited fortlh far exceeded the entire bulk of the mountain; while in 1600 Etna dis gotrged more than twenty tilnes its own mass. Vesuvius has thrown its ashes as far as Constantinople, Syria, and Egypt.; it hurled stones, eight pounds in weight, to Pompeii, a distance of six utiles, while sinmilar Illmasses were toss ed 2,000 feet above its sumnnit. Co. topaxi has projected a block of 109 cubic yards in volunme, a distance of nite mil's, and Sanibawa, in 1515, luring the mmost terrible eruption oil recfrd, sent its ashems as far as .J:ava, a distanie' ofi 300 miles, and out of a p)opulation of 123,000 souls, only twen ty escaped. iHo. A WovMAN 1"t'.s WHEtN iN Loi:w.--The following says the New Orleans 1'icnyllne, is one of the letters read at the recent trial in lDublin which resulted ill proving the two tmarriages inet w"een 1Tere :l Ltnworthi and Major Yelvertoti, valid. How a man fetls whie iiin love heas often been eliserib.ed. How a wu liani feels is not 50 ge'iermdvy known. luut isaulinira 1 ply pictured in the letter. Thos. -little fe,t. kicking and str:run1ing to Lave their hoots laced," are pueculiarly (are u11io --Arra woke iln this niorning 'iv inserting your 1-trer itn ber iny lilo. how I lonirgd that tle 'pi ituial oss'ten of 1 ersos 1O1 tained ill :1 l.'t tr teiloub tl on 1''ni rig, Ih,. replrod luceud 1 ito 'Io rp real div. Vlop nlwnit. I and o.t ting v,':y maiterial. till eunj s l..id ashs substnice. I hlav' no'w( ,1,V1 'izht lay.! tI wait, hut t'V,''V h e air .'.'its nut :e..'. I unever dill tfel in such a llueer state I cal I.,it curb It V imtti [tinlt'cV at4 1' reckless i.s. Nttiiint can distract lay at t.lldonil; t'V. in my ting.:er .' twls t17!in le to touch x"""t. It 15 very I$a1lurd, is it 1 Buttit tin' aiul I can't hl'lp it. Your plan titf otsliting ut ofitt' to Aber uiav'eminv tuo 1reain.'lili tWi or three tnloutlis would have lt-ell nothing shirt o: actual fienldismir. Al1 thae !has ever hben Wr ittemn ahout the pain '1' sepa'ration is quite talie compared with thie reality. "Time, whin I pass it with sihc sweetness, Flies like the courser to the gi'il; W'here, u'-ut! will be its leetniess When thou. art pared from ny soul." Mfrs. M'Lean is very mild imdlced. Summer fiowers enclosie in snnless how ers pined in delicius tranquility in ccuultparison as I pine for thee; every sense of soul and body pine every instant of the long day. f'rotn the top of the head downward is one ab sorbing desire. Every shining hair longs individually to be stroked. The eyes yearn to see you; the ears are distended to catch the first sound of your voice and footfall, the hands throb and.tingle to touch you and feel you once more safe within their grasp. So on I could enumerate; but I come to the little feet which are kicking and stamping to have their boots laced. I want you! want yon!! want you??? As to there being any conditions about the arrears of petting, I am crazy. I must have it, or I shall hate you. The Red Sea between us is an impossibility. I would rather be a boy blower. My hand and arm have been-in a shocking state, but is mending and inflammation gone; but I can scarcely write,as you perceive. The Rifles are quartered here. The one here is the doctor. Do not know if he goes to the club; but we have not seen anything of him here, so do not think there is much danger.-" Write and say what hour you will arrive. I must meet you. I see you can only leav Liverpool on the 15th, at night. That will make you a day late. You might leave on the 12th, but I suppose you won't. You stingy thing, say I am to have the arrears then, cento mille faccia mia vita, inia gioa, mia tutte; but not without the payment. La tua. Monda. THIERESA. A GERMWAN BARON IN TROITBLE. G. Hi. Wanghoefer, alias Baron Vis loughoff, a Prussian, was arrested in New York on Thursday, on a charge of defrauding the firm of Stanton & Co., brokers, out of -E50 sterling, by means of a forged draft on the Bank of Berlin. The drafts were discounted by Stanton & Co., and torwarded to Berlin, when they were shortly afterwards returned, with the announcemenet that thlwy were utterly worthless, and that the drawer was a fugitive from justice. Messrs. Stan ton & Co., accordingly had Wang hoofer arrested. -0· All Sorts of Paragraphs, It is said that l1000,(00, 0 are an nually gambled on faro in New York. Charleston, Southi Carolina, exults ill the possessiion 11now of a steam fire engine, the in:tlluitheture of her own mnaclianies. 'i'he New York W«I rld says t1 it about otte-tihird of the Geriiian popu lation tof the \Vest are applic;uants for consulships. Presiduent. Linc uln's reception in 'Trenton, New .1 ersev, tfir a few hours cost the State $'2,000 ! 'l'liis is even niore extravtgaiit than tIhet Albany one. A hloaum daane' lately sued-in a Lonidon C(ourt - for divorce on the mriuw. that her husband was objec tionable because he wire a silver Mrs. Cora ). V. Ihatch. "the uedi ini,"' says she has received a lecture on secession fram G(;.en. Andrew Jack son, anl has published it in paniihlet tort n. r1'11e New York Commercial Adver tiser olffelrs reClns why Fort Sumter shiould Ie blovn iup rather than be al Iowed to pass into the hands of South ('aroliuna in its prestent condition. n1.'ner the head of "terrible retribu tion" we tini it cbronicled that a young, unmarried girl of St. Louis, who "loved not wisely, but too well," gave birth, on Tuesday, to three children. All doing well:. A wretch in Cincinnati.on Monday, after heating his wife and drivinug her from the house, dragged his own child a threc years old boy, from the bed, and held him. down on a hot stove until alnost. burned to death.. On the 10 of February, Gasparis discovered at Naples, yet another as teriod, for which, it is rumored, he has proposed the name of Garibaldi. The Cape Aun Advertiser reports the arrival at Glouscesterof the schoo ner Clara B. Warren with' a halibut which weighed 266 pounds.. "I WISH 1 HAD A' ( XlPTAL P-' .SO I heard' a great strapping you.g man exclaim the other day. I dii want to tell him a piece of my mind so bad. But I'll just'write it to him.,. You wantcapitaldoyou1 Andauppse you had what you call capital what would youdo with itI You wait 'capital! Haven't you got hands and feet,.anad body" and muscle, and brains; and doni't you call them capitalt What more capital did God give anybody-? Oh! but they are not money, say you. But they are more than miney; If you will use them they will .make money, and nobody can take them from you. Don't you know how to use them? If you don't it is time you were learning. Take hold of the first plow, or hoe, or jack-plane, or broad-axe that you can find, and go to work. Your capital will soon yield you a large interest. Aye, but there'ik the rub; you don't want to work, you want money or credit that you may play the gentleman and speculate, and end by playing the vagabond; or you want a plantation and negroes, that you may hire an overseer to attend to them, while you run about over the country and dissipate, and get in debt; or you want to marry some rich girl who may be foolish enough to take you for your fine clothes and good looks, that she may support you. Shame upon you, young man! Go to work with the capital you have, and you'll soon make interest enough upon it, and with it, to give you as much money as you want, and make you feel like a man. If you e can't make money upon what capital you have, you 'couldn't make it if you had a million of dollars in money. If you don't know how to use bone aud mutt cle awl brains, you would not know how to use gold. If you let the cap ital you have lie idle and waste awlnd rust out, it would be the same thing with you if you had gold ; you would only know how to waste. rThen don't stand about like a ren'Ct helpless child, waiting for somebodlv to comtue in and feed you, but go to work. Take the first work you can find, ntumatter what it is, so that you may be sure to do it, like Billy Gray did his drumming-well. Yes, what ever you undertake, do it well; al ways yur best. If you manage the capital you already havye, you w ill soon have plentyv moreto mnanage; but if you can't or won't ma:age the cap ital God has given you, you will "ne ver have any other to manage. Do you hear, young man?-Es. ----0-o- A Su .eriaRERMEnsD.-A writerinthe Bnalixiore Sun, who was afflicted sever Iv in his fttuily by that appalling dis e:ase, bronchitis, has found relief front the following remedy : Take honvy in the comb, squeeze it out, dilure it with a little water, and wet the lips an'I a mounth occasionally with it. It ha never been konwn to fail, in cas,'s where children had sorethroaTs s , swollen as to be unable to swallow. It is certainly a simrdl rtrn ,dv. and may ben very efficacious cne. LIscLN's EoLucV.-.Th Phi. d? 'phia Inquirer contains the fM:'ain: among its telegraphic isp:ches The suggestion made to the Com missioners, in some int rnmal way, by a member of the Cabinet, :hat a ma jority of the people ofr the ee d d1 States hadi never expresse a desiirte to serarate themselves from the G overn meut of the United Stater, and there fore entitled to be heard before its protection is withdrawn from them, was responded to by the Comumisrion ers, as follows: "They qav, tiSr, that the plan pursued by themn w as the one adopted in the ratizieation of the United States Constitution, when the work of the framers was submit ted to conventions of the people in the several States. and that their aftirmative votes was deemed a. smul cient sanction.. Mladison, Hamilton; Randolph, MIason, the Pinsilejft, and Rutledges, all did this, theysuzy.'