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«-,~ are authorised to announce,
'. I. 'PITTS, as candidate for re
maectin, for the otfice of RECORDER
_.hection on the first Monday in No
W, are authorised to announce,
1. . T . AL$S TON, as a candidate
4;r th,: office of Sheriff, at the ensu
We are :authorized to announce
6RAEL W. PICKENS, as a can
ilate for thye office of Sheriff, at the
ANTED TO PURCHASE.
IN the surburbs, a neat Cottage
iHouse, with two or more lots. Ad
rlais Box 54, PoRtoflice. n4-tt
!it.. II. SHIELDS. ARTHUR W. IIYATT
TIiOS. I. SlIILS & CO.,
TYPE, PRESSES, INKS,
W..'S. Book, Wrapping 4' Printing
CARDS AND CARD BOARDS,
oreign and Domestic Stationary
) G itAVIER ST.,and 10 BANK P,LACI
.'.,r !Louse. S~hrereport, La.
'HIl well unown and popular is
I. tahlishrie..t h]Slen removed a,
i,,,v. and is optjen tfr the accoinmmio
:,mrn tiof the public. ''here will hk
,;~ie! t hie best f~,f gamn'e. fish, ov.ters.
n,1 ,''vr'-thing that the Shreveport
,.1i N\,.« ( )rlans mnarkets afford.
io:ais turnisihed at all hours day or
ig;. Families and parti,.s will
;:v., their orders pr,-,mptly attended
nto:j iv ly
11i iE undersigned would r,:pect
fullI inforni thel itiznsof' Shrev
:,"nd vicinity, that he has iipen:d
t F''S TA 'R INT 'on 'l'T xas .,treet.
,"tr Ma:irket, whirlr lithe is prepared at
! i: to satifv his friends andt
t ,nlrs, u'n 7 o'clock, A. M. until
. I'. M., with wlarn or cold mnteats.
".- 1'* , I trdl, iv , the month or
... ai liberal dedilc tion will he rinadt l.
:,- -tu .1. A. J E1LE,
I). LIE ROSEN.
\Would respectfully iuforlr the citi
- tis ,' Shreveport. that he, will r,
a; ini their pln'e a ft;ew days, for
Spurpose of taking Picturtes uplon
S, ,ilver, 'Irnn Paper. Patent
herll . etc., -t-Ic., iu the liighes t
vie ot art.
nlnbrotypes taken for $1
'a:lti s 'tatiot . gu:iranti,,d in every
Itol.ns at the Art (?allerv, over
uilr & NeSwburgcr's Store, where he
virat. aln examlination otf specimaen
U :º tf
oteAe ration se
tF.twieen M.1a1rket and IE:dw~ard,
The (c'r.y best Liquors Ikept at thc
ur. nlO-d ly
RUBY COFFEE HOUSE,
6rnrnr ot Afilacl aawndSprng .tSe.
1EES the hbst brands of Liquors
:d rixed drinks, to plcagt every
.''< :to orno harge.
4 t." Pro ." tor.
t Texas Stage & Livery Stable,
On A ilami St. opposite the Varax
rPHE proprietor has been to great
. expense to make this the most
- desirable Stable in the city, it is con
venient 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 assured that they will
be well attended to. Only give him
a call and satisfy yourselves.
P. F. L. FRANK,
Dealer in Fine Watches, Jewelry,
Diamonds, Brazilian Pebble Spe
tacles, etc. All good WVatches war
rantedfor one year. Job work neatly
Texas Street, opposite Childers &
Vol. I no-56--ly.
office of Dr. Leslie,
AT THE LATE COURT HOUSE,
'MAR.KET STREE T,
Opposite the Preshbyerian Church.,
Slhrevport, June Il1-llv.
El) IVARD C:O)SER Y.
O iholesale Grocer,
AND DEALER IN
WI. 'rEITRN PI)OD)U('E.
,.r. 2 Front and 10 Fulton Streets.
P'ul i-hd in Vickshurg, Mis'... lv
'T. S. Martin, (.'has. A. Cone, and
t:e'. II. El well. ''errzs, (10 per an
num for the Daily; Weekly, $:J. 'l'Th
Sun is the only paper in Vicksbturg
puhlishe(d ev('ery dau in the week.
I~te: s or :adl'.ertisenwnts intended
for the Daily A.ew.s, must bet handed
in prier to f'our o''clock, P. M. other
,vi.e the- will not appe'ar inour issue
>f' the t'illowing lm,,rning.
'l'rins invariably CAsH. 43-v1-lv
J UST RECEITVID).-A fine lot
9)of t)ried Butfhlo Beecf from 'Vex
as, which will he sold ch-ap tfor cash
lvy [no 1'22-tt' L. BAIR.
A. T M311LER'S
Ice (trealn aind Soda Water
SA L0 (*) N.
On 'I'cxas? Street, betwecen Market &
EdwaLrd, at. Mrs. WVell's old Standl.
.THakcs pleasure to inform ladies
and gentlemen, that he has re-opened,.
and keeps on hand, besides the above,
confectionaruies and fruits, etc., and
would be pleased to receive a visit
from his former patrons.
HOME INDUSTRY, B&c.
THOMAS W. JONES.
(2 doors below E. & B. Jacobs.)
Tecxa Street, Shreveport, Louiuiana
d Hardware, Iron, Castings,
Mechanics' 4' aiacuiniats' Toold, v
Castings of all kinds constantly or
hand or made to order. nl-y-d
V. SHIDE T,
AIND DEALER IN
FIE IlATCHllS JIE IIY., All
1W' Between Spring aud Market, &
Watches and Jewelry Repaired
and Warranted. nl-ly
I MARBLE WORKS.
Corner of Texas and Edward Sts
H AVING permanently located in
Shreveport, I am prepared to man
ufacture from the raw material, and
right at home.
TABLETS 4 TOMB STONES,
Of every description, in the best work
The, undersigned having made ar
rangements with the manufacturers,
is now prepared to order every des
suitable for enclosing builiings, gar
dens,1 . camceterv lots, etc.. also
IRON RAILiNi GS,
for galleries and balconies, which
will Ie: sold at MAN V I:"AC(TUEIRS
I'R ICCE~ (adding transportation).
I'iurc:hasers are invited to call and
e:amnine the various styles, at th,
I S,uthern 31arlhle: Works of
(',rncr of T'exas and Edwards Sts.
My Post Office is Shrce.port, La.
no 6-d1 v.
Tredegar Iron Work.
'Portable Steam En'gines with or
without wheels. Statioierv Steam
_Engines with droeble adue btoi.lrs.
(ircular Saw MIills of t he most nmod
ern and improved constructiou. We
challenie the trade to produce a L,
ter or more etf'ictive .arti'lcl at IL less
price. (Cotton Gin and Grist Mill
Burrows C(orn and F'louring Mill.
Straub (,''mn Mills.
Iludia Robbhor Belting.
Woodwruth P'laininga nd Matching
Art,,:ian \VelI Tools anl lipe.s fur
,ished to ordler.
SUtam Guages, Whistles. &c..
and every description ot'f Plantiatio,
and Railway Machinerv.
Send and get anu illustrated eata
logue of our Machinery, tife by mail;
all we ask is a preference at the same
price with equally good Northern
Works. AddrtAs E. M. IVENS,,
No. 53 St. Charles st., N. O.
Purify the Beood StIK n en the
TsE GuaAT MIowCINALDJUN5 orPTRa
Invigorating Aromatic Vegetabk
FOa RESTORING & PRESERVING
Prepared from Aromatic BitterHerbs
UNDER THE AUSPICIES OF AA
Are an agreeable and palatable
Invigorating Tonic, prepared from
Aromatic Bitter Vegetables, com
bined with a Pure Spirit, improved
and perfected by one of our venera
ble and eminent physicians during a
practice of thirty years, in the latter
part of which he used those Bitter
Herbs, with unparalleled success, in
the treatment of internal diseases and
for purifying the blood.
They stimulate and regulate the
functions-of digestion; impart vigor
and tone to the stomach; strengthen
the system, and are unequalled as a
purifier 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 qualities, 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 purification of the
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 per~eptibkh
when felt in the good work of purify
ing and invigo,rating.
For the use of old and young of
both sexes they are admirably adap
ted, beinggrateful to the taste; of an
oxqisitely delicate flavor-imparting
to the palate a sootliing aromatic ef
feet, equalled only by its purity ald
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 fi
vorably known in connection with
the l'French Academy of Science.
speaks tbr itself:
C_'ern i a/l Labra~rq, IW'est Broadwu'a/.
New York, February (, 1ýG60.
Mr. ii. M. Crook-, : ))Dear Sir
In accordance with your request of
the 1tith ultimo, 1 have subjected
sample of your Invigorating Aroma
tic Vegetable Stomach Bitters to a
carettul analysis and find them to be
composed of the essence of Aromatic
Bitter Vegetables of ancient tame in
the medical world : vet I have never
before seen them so well blended or
rendered so pleasing to rthe: St-se or
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 atssistantce of
experienced m,edical skill in l,prtect
ing so excellent a conmbinr:tion. at> it
rarely occurs that the hitter princi
pie, possessing so touch ncedicinal
worth, is rendTed ,.- palatalhh.
Continue to prepare your Stomachli
lfitters. strictly in accordance with
the tformula you have ;lready :adop
ted, and they cannot ftail to gain pre
cedenclc over everything else of the
kind within my knowledge.
I remain, dear sir, very respect
V It YIOR1 E. CHIANN ING.
(Connoisours itn fint beverages and
those anxious to be rttlieved firm in
war:'d sutfering arte rcquetsted to te:st
their qmudlities tfirly and imnpartially,
and give the public the benetit of thtir
ClO( )KES'8 tNVI GORATING,
ARO()MATIC VEGETABLE S'I'TO
MIACH IT'T'ERS are sold by Gro
corn, Druggists and DI)ealers generally
throughout the country, and can be
had as a beverage at the principal
Bare and Saloons.
CROOKS & CO. Sole Preprietors.
110 Tehoupitoulas st.. N. Orleans.
The Daily News.
TO PUBLISHERBS OF NE WS
s PAPREr 7F
F or Sale.
1. R. Hoe d& Co.'s Patent Single
Cylinder Printing Machine, bed
36x54, with Rollersand RollerMould,
complete in good running order, near
ly 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 lBa Bre
vier, 2000lbs Bourgoise, 1500 lbs
Long Primer, 1500 bs Sihall Pica,
1000 lbs Pica, 10,00 lbs Fanev
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 26tx40.
The best book press made; in per
feet running order for hand or steam
power. Cost at the manufactury
$2000. 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
Fittipgs, 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
When the 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 pr
Apply to the type Foundry and
Paper Warehouse of
GEO. H. VINTEN.,
No. 105 Poydras Street, New Or
The Daily News
IS published in the city of Shrev'e
port, Parish of Caddo, every Tuesdav.
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and
Saturday morning, at the low price of'
$88 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 monev is received.
as it is published on the cash princi
ple; and the terims being put. at low
figures. will not admit of credit.
Specimen copies of either of the
above will be forw-arded to such as
The columis will contain articie-s.
selected and original,which will pros',
of interest and tend to the welfare of
its readers. It will be devoted to thi,
interests of the South; and intenla
improvements in the Parish and vi
cinity. will recd've the undivided at
tention of the pundlisher.
'T'he columns a:t' the News will ,;,.
open to '-verv p'rsotn. Personal arti
cleh. will not, under "ianv circumstanIce.-.
(either as crnmunic;atious or adver
tistmnents.: be published.
Correspondntni., is solicited front all
As an adve-ri.inrg medium, the
News otf-rs great advantages to the
Ibusint.ss men o(t' North Louisiana,
iArkansas. Texas. and the city of
N ow e 'rdeas.
Papers publishing the above three
mont.hs. will be entiitled to an eebhauge
tor the ] daily.
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nance of t'their papers, the publisherd
may continue to send them till all that
is duc be paid.
If subscribers neglect or refuse t,
take their papers from the office to
which they are directed, they are held
responsible until they have settled
their bills and orderied their paper dis
If subscribers remove to otber places
ithout informing the publishter, aud
the p iper is sent to the former direec
tion, tlhey are held responsible.
'The courts have decided that relian
ing to take a paper or periodical from
the office. is rma ' facse evidence of