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(' doors below E. &d B. Jacobs.) T'.ras Street, Shreveport, Louisiana. DEALER IN < Hardware, Iron, Castings, Belting, Packing, ,l qt:nis,' 4 Mllachlinists' Tools, ev. (';atinrs of all kinds constantly on hand or made to order. nl-y-d V. SIIIDE T, Watchluaker, JEWELER, A.ND DEALER IN -III WITCIIS. JILilIY. 111 D ITAMOlNDS, TEXA STREET, I'- Between Spring and Market, . SIIRIEVEPORT, LA. Wa;tche.s and Jewelry Repaired .and Warranted. nl-ly EMMIE T D. CRAIG, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Officc, opposite Post Offce, SHREVEPORT, LA.' Will practice in the Courts of 4c'addo. DeSoto, and Bossier. Idly SO UTIHE&N MARBLE WORKS. Corner of Texas and Edward Sts H AVING permanently located in Shreveport, we are prepared to man ufacture from the raw material, and right at home. MARBLE MONUMENTS, TOIlMBS, TABLETS 4- TOMB STONES, Of every description, in the best work mtanlike manner. IRON FENCING. The undersigned having made ar rangements with the manufacturers, are now prepared to order every des cription of IRON FENCING, suitable for enclosing buildings, gar dens, cemetery lots, etc., also IRON RAILINGS, for galleries and balconies, which will be sold at MANUFAOTUERS' PRICES (adding transportation). Purchasers are invited to call and examine the various styles, at the Southern Marble Works of W. HECOX, Corner of Texas and Edwards Sts. Their Post Office is Shreveport, La. no 6--dly. eato PartiskQf addo; Th~ D ~i :Ories Geners No.- : . Succession of John Morrow,. dec'd. BY virtue of a writ, of.sile to ime direeted-by the Honorkble the Distriat Court, ia and for the Parish of Caddo and State aforesaid, will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder, in front of the Court.-Jouse, in the City of Shreveport, on Saturday, 6th day of July,4.D.1861, between the hours of 14 o'clock, A. M. and 4 o'clock, P. M., the followingde scribed slaves belonging to thie suce cession of John Morrow, deceased, to-wit: Be y, a negro woman of dark com plexion aged about 18 years. ,elia, a negro woman of yellow comph xion, aged al;out 19 years, and her infant. Susan, a negro woman, aged about 40 years, of dark complexion. Rloe, a negro woman of grif, com plexion, aged about 57 years. Augusttu+S, a negro main of yellow complexion, aged about 45 years. q'ermaa of Sale. Credit of twelve months, purchas ers to give their.noteswith good and approved personal security, bearing eight per cent. per anniun interest from date, and a-special mortgage re tained on the slaves purporting a confession of J udgment, waiving ben efit of appraisement. II, IHUNSICKER, .Tune 5th, 1861. Auctioneer. Texas Stage & Livery Stable, On Milan St. opposite tire Varan dah Jotel, T IE proprietor has been to great expense to make this the most desirable Stable in the city, it is con vexient to the Steam boat landing. 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 ass.red. that they will be well attended to, Only give him a call and satisfy yourselves. JOHN CALDWELL, no 39-ly. D. LE ROSEN, Daguerrean Artist. Would respectfully inform the citi zens of Shreveport, that he will re main in their place a few days, for the purpose of taking Pictures upon Glars, Silver, Iron; Paper, Patent Leather, etc., etc., in the highest style of art. Satisfaction guaranteed in every case. Rooms at the Art Gallery, over Sour & Newburger's Store, where he invites an examination of specimen Pictures. no 39-tf. ~onfederation Restaurant. (Formeriy Gaiety.) Adjoining the ConfdevDration Co/le House. Shreceport, La. IMIIS well /uown and popular es tablishnmez.t has been removed as above, and is open for the accomnino dation of the public, There will be found the best of game. fish, oysters, and everything that the Shreveport and New Orleans markets afford. Meals furbished at all hours day or night. F'unilies and parties will have their orders promptly attended to. no37vly DRINKING SALOONS. .Cofe _ TEXA.S STREET Between Market and Edward, SzA WVYER, Proprietor. The very baest Liquors kqept at thse Bar. nl0-dly RIIUBY 10OFPBE HOU1E, Corner of Milam and Sprang sit. KEEPS the best brands of Liquors and mixed drinks, to please every one's taste 'oi no charge. JOHN BEARD, i14dly Pro, tor. TH5uGRATMIaimCaLaLDRINE OrF s GROOKE S, Invigorating. Aromatic .Vgetable "* -Qmce. t.iuer., Fon RtSTQRa!G & r PassaRVIN Prepared froromatie itterHerbs UND.EE THE .. US(SPICIS OF AZi Are an agreeable' and 'palatablt Invigorating Tonic, prepared from Aromatic Bitter Vegetables, com bined with a Pure Spirit, improved and perfected by one of our "venera ble and eninent physicians-during a practise of thirty-years, in the latter part of which he used those Bitter 1fHerbs;,with unparalleled -success, in the treatment of internal diseases.and for purifying the-blood. They stimulate and regulate the functions of digestion; impart vigori and tc4e to the stomach; strengthen, the system, and are unequalled as a puritier of the blood. By continuing the use of a wine glass full morning and evening, and before meals, for a few weeks, they will afford -convin cing proofs of their great medicinal properties,. and under the influence of their health-restoring qudlities, that physical condition necessary to the enjoyment of a sound body and mind will soon be attained. "From their purifying influence, the skin becomes steadily smooth and bright, and they will graduallly re move every trace of eruption or in flammation from the face or body as they progress in the purificatieonof the blood. Viewing them simply as a bever age, they equal in richness and deli cacy of flavor the finer grades of choice Champagne Wines-the bit ter principle being only perceptible when felt in the good work of purify ing and invigorating. For the use of old and young of both sexes they are admirably adap ted, beinggrateful to the taste; of an exqisitely delicate flavo---imparting to the palate a soothing aromatic ef fect, equalled only by its purity and richness. The following letter regarding the purity and quality of this Celebrated Vegetable Tonic, from the eminent and gifted physician and chemist, Victor E. Canning, so long and fa vorably known in connection with the French Academy of Science, speaks for itself: Chemical Labratory, e'st Broadway, New York, February 6, 1860. Mr. H. M. Crookes: Dear Sir In accordance with your request of the 16th ultimo, I have subjected sample of your Invigorating Aroma tic Vegetable Stomach Bitters to a careful analysis and find them to be composed of the essence of Aromatic Bitter Vegetables of ancient fame in the medical world : yet I have never before seen themn so well blended or rendered so pleasing to the sense of taste. The Spirit used in their prepara tion I found to be perfectly pure, and as free from deleterious element as that procured from the natural juice of the grape. You doubtless had the assistance of experienced medical skill in perfect ing so excellent a combination, as it rarely occurs that the bitter princi ple, possessing so much medicinal worth, is rendered so palatable. Continue to prepare your Stomach Bitters, strictly in accordance with the formula you have already adop. ted, and they cannot fail to gain pre cedence over everything else of the kind within mny kilowledge. I r'nmaindear sir, very respect fully yours. VICTORE.CHANNING, Connoiseurs in fine beverages and those anxious to be relieved from in ward suffering are requested to test their qualities fairly and impartially, and give the public the benefit of their unbiased opinion. CROOKES'S INVIGORATING, AROMATIC VEGETABLE STO MACH BITTERS are sold by Gro cers, Druggists and Dealers generally throughout the country, and can be had as a beverage at the principal Bars and Saloons. CROOKS & CO. Sole Proprietors. 110 Tcboupitoulas St. N. Orleans. .a." ' ' p'Ps. , ~T. $. q , s vbe ji$aL.,&uawou (Succeesors to T. I. Etheridge1 Grocerien&p mrissionMercbants orC. ommer e- and MilPam s.,, 'SIREVEPORT, LA. Keep constantly on hand a large as sortment of 'Staple and Fancy Gro oeries, Hay, Corn,' Oats, 'etc. Advances made on consignments to our friends in NewOrleans. : n18dly J.R. -IRSimpson. G..M. Calkoun. wialmpslont. Cahoun, .MERCHANTS, Receiving and Forwarding Agen4s, SHREVnv PORT. LA. Having leased the popular and- commo dious Warehouse of Iessrs. Howard, Tally & Co., and having had long experience in business, we hope to receive a share of the public patronage, and pledge ourselves to do all in our power to-give entize satisfac tion in all business entrusted to our care. All we ask is a trial. no25 The Daily News I S published in the city of Shreve port, Parish of-Caddo, every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 1riday, and Saturday morning, at the low price of $8. to mail subscribers. The (Mon day) Weekly News is published at $2 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 being 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 colunns will contain articles, selected and original, which will prove of interest and tend to the welfare "of its readers. It will be devoted to the interests of the South; and internal improvements in the Parish and vi cinity, will receive the undivided at teution of the publisher. The columns of the News will be open to every person. Personal arti cles will not, under any circumstances, (either as comnmuications or adver tisemernts,) be published. Correspondence is solicited from all sections. As an advertising medium, the News offers great advantages to the business men of North Louisiana, Arkansas, Texas, and the city of New Orleans. JNO. DICKINSON, Proprietor. Papetrs publishing the above three months, will be entitled to an exchange for the Daily. Tredegar Iron` Works. RICHMOND, VA. Portable Steam Engines with or without wheels, Stationery Steam Engines with double flue boilers, Circular Saw Mills of the most mod ern and improved construction. We challenge the trade to produce a bet ter or more effective article at a less price, Cotton Gin and Grist Mill Shafting, Circular Saws. Burrows Corn and Flouring Mill, Straub Corn Mills India Rublber Belting. Woodworth Plaining and Matching Machines. Artesian Well Tools and Pipes fur nished to order. Steam Guages, Whlistles, &,c., and every description of Plantation and Railway Machinery. Send and get an illustrated cata logue of our Machinery, free by mail; all we ask is a preference at the same price with equally good Northern Works. Address E. M. IVENS, No. 53 St. Charles st., N. O. No. 3--ly CoURT How <Texas street, on Ed wards. BRANCH GI NS N R', ATS, Milam st. eorner et. POST O1rIc, i'larket street, near Milam. 'PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Rev. Mr. 'M'Allister,on Market and Milam sts. BA'TIST- CHURCH, Rev. G. Tucker, corner of Market anid Travis sts. MXTHOmDIsT HURCH, Beerv .B. Surat, corner.ofMarket and fapuin sts. EPISCOPALIAN C1iuRCH, Rev. A. B. Russell, corner of Market and Fanin streets. CATHOLIC CHUaCH, Rev. J. Pierre, on Fannin, between.Edward and Mar shall street. ISRAELITE CHURCH, :Rev. F. Sarner, Texas str. near the Court House. M ISCELLANbOUS. L. BAER, 'Wholesale andRetailDealer in FAMILY 'It FANCY' GROCERIES. Liquors and'Tobacco, CIGARS, BOAT& BAR STORES. TEXAS STREET, Shrevepoirt, La. A good assortment of the above named articles constantly on.l"and. No 6-dly. A. p. MILLER'S Ice Cream and Soda Water SALOON. -On Texas Street, between Market & Edward, at Mrs. Well's old Stand. Takes pleasure to inform ladies and.gentlh-men, that he has re-opened, and keeps on hand, besides the above, confectionaries and fruits, etc., ,and would be pleased to receive a visit from his former patrons. JUST RECEIVED..--A fine lot of Dried Buffalo Beef from Tex as, which will be sold cheap for cash, by [no 22-tf] L. BAER. ICE ICE ! ICE! A CARGO of Rockland Lake, Crystal ICE, just received and for sale by A. ENGLE & CO. Shreveport, April 25-n11-tf DAILY NEWS Job Printing Office. BOOK AND JOB Printing, C.ARDS, PaImphlets, Blanks, CIR C ULARS, BILLS OF LADING, PLAIN AND FANCY SHOW CARDS, and HANDBILLS, BILL-HEADS, BALL TICKETS, TVEDDING IN VITA TINS, WAGON RECEIPTS, CA TALOG UES, 5 And every description of Jobs. EXECUTED IVIY~ NEATNESS. Our facilities for doing job work are unsurpassed by'any establishment in the State, and wefeel confidentthat satisfaction will be given to those who may lavor us with their patronage. We have on hand a good article of BILL-HEfAD PAPER, NOTE PAPER, and a fine assbrtment of fine business cards, SATIN, IVORY, and O1N4 suarfaced, VWhite and colored.