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T'exas Stage & Livery Stable, On Mlilam St. opposite thei iran- por . da l Hotel. nQ Ti flrE proprietor has been to great To . expense to make this the most desirable Stable in the city, it is con- mo ve-ient to the Stoeam boat landing. on horses will be boarded by the day, bei wreek or month, on the most reasona- : ble terms. I'ersonm visiting Shreve port or going to New Orleans, by n leaving their horse.s at this establish- <*' inent, can rest assured that they will he well attended to. Only give him a call and satisfy yourselves. JOIHN CALDWELL. no 39-ly. ct i Watchmnaker and th - Jeweler. P. F. L. RAIVNK, pu Agent tj0 J. LITTIIA UER, to Dealer in Fine Watches, Jewelry, sel Diamon.rl, Brazilian Pebble Sp'e- of tarle., tcl. All ood ITVt'h'ces* war- it ranted otr one yetr. Job work neatly in executel. in Tecas Street, opposite Childers & ici Beard's, te .lI. I nt-Glt-.-ly. 01 office of Dr. Leslie, i: AT THE LATE COURT HOUSE, M3A 111KET S 'iT EET 7 O),poxit" the Pr.isl.yterian ('hur'eh. lShrev 'port, .1 nte 11--1y. SEl) WIL"lRD CONEl? 1, W holesale Grocer, AN)D DF)AIER IN r WIV;S'1'ERtN l'RUIL 'CE. .,s. 2 I'ront and 10 I"Fdton Str'et.ls, NEVW-ORLEANS. nl-Iv tl Vicksbun.rg uuan. i'ublishc d in Vicks.IUl.r. Mi.ss., iby t T. S. Martin. (1Chas. A. (_,ne, an11 S'c,.. II. El well. T1'mrmIms. 810 per a:, iunli for the lt)ily; We.klvy, :83. The Sun is liet t only liai,'r in Vicksltri I-ubli.hled e.vtry day in the lweek. v1-n..4-tf' Ptrticuhalr .ttlntion. Items or adlv.rt i em ts,.lsi iintnile.d 1 fr the Daily .,*r. tmu-t be ]atndidi in prior to 'u;Tr ,'(-l,,k, P'. M. Cother w'i, they will 114i aplili " in our issu, ) the ti;llowinig mn "rnin;g. DRINKING SALOONS. Coo1ederalion lou " fedX A. ,, IET Between Marke.t and Edward. S.4 IVYER. I'ro pri t-or. 7'Te rery best Liquors kept at the Bar. i 0-dly SitUB1 I9FEE IIOlSE, (corner of .ilhmn and Sprin tlS. i KEEPS the lost hrands of Liquors €,rwl .'ed dli,ks. ti pleh:i. evry c4Ib:. 'iteu or un, ;:lutrgo. .JOHIN BEARI), 14' . Pro" '' tor. IIO.T . Ti S|II.HILIN. ARTIIIH1 . " l 'A"ITT. T!OS. B. SHIIBLS & CO., DI AEIoR.s IN T''YJ'E, PRESSES. INIKS. .Vews,. Book. l'r"aplinag 4· r7i tin;l Papers. ('ARDS AND CARD HOARDS, Foreign and Domestic Stationary, 5'a GRAtVIER ST.,and 10 BANK I.LACE Now Orleans. ,HI .1w ! "--,-cL;--=~- --w-- -,. ..-. :-. .... Weekly News, Published in the city of Shreve port, Parish of Caddo, every Monday morning at the low price of $2 50.-, The News will not be forwarded to any address, until the subscription MeA money is received, as it is published C on the cash principle; and the terms han being put at low figures, will not ad mi of credit. it is the cheapest paper published in the: Sftate, the sheet is 24 hy :6 in chen, :and contains trwentl-eight rol u.nsn" of rTeading matter, set in solid ',,'zt. '['he Weekly News is made :f t' 1 reading published in the i:!. (r cntains the latest news re ct.iv:, iln Shrt veport, and well se lect,. articles. In fact it is one of ith I'IST FAMILY I'PAPERIS, published in the South. Specimen copies will be forwarded to such as desire subscribing. The columns will contain articlehs, an selected and original, which willprI e - of interest and ten'd to lth. welfiare of its readers. It will be devoted to the interests of the South; and internal inmprovelments in the Parish and vi " cinity, will receive the undivided at- Co tention of the publisher, The columns of thet News will hle openil to every person. 'Personal arti chli's will not, uji-.r any circnnums:alneS, ul' (either as cinnmunieatins or adlver- ril risenle:ts,) ,e p,ublislihcl. Correspond nce is solicit edi from all sect iollS. JNO. I)ICKINE N-. P'rop), i. t;o,'. I'apers publishing the alove three T onths., will hi' entitled to an excilhange for the I)aily. )f -~ ~--- - -- - --- - ~- t - tn lanlieil IF ernalec College. l)l. l'( ]ARISt LA. r the lall sessiot>n of this I istitution Swill open oit W\l'ne-ild:. 2n: ii ra 4)ctober 1 I61. with a full ald etliciet 't lFacultyv. 'The domesti c .14-I lin-nit ;r' . ill be: under the iin lnli:il'w -ipll-rin Itelnldence of the L'rcsidh-,t aiiil his hlaly, and eve'ry etfirt will lite ma;k" to prloml,te tlhe comn~'rt it' the ,.n- s1 Strusted to thelir ch-ar,. tl iFor other iforation. .ldlress. n'CHAS. B. STi'A lT'I',r-id(elnt. 1)1 (tiU - l Ild, L,4 . SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY Ready Proof rss Patented June 1st., 186 1. I o Country Publisher's. S 1rj" want of a cheap proof pr-."ss has long been felt by plulli.-hhrs ,of country plapers and small .Iol, ( ltiicjs. T The iudersignted knowing this t'r'mii -expterilnce, has inrvent*'d al p.ts ,f this sort (similar to lIot & (Co.'s) ind othlers it to the craft as the clh'a ,est in the market. Instead of it slid cast-iron cylinder, it is inade ofr:'he.et iron and tilled, hicin g a deci;I(l ian prov'eine4nt, :as it gives elasticity to to tlhe cvliuiier. Th: c,,st of ai, or I dinary I;rit" 1rs. is $50. while this7 -- costs 0,. Only $20. s T'cerms ca.-hi.--Boxing Se' ,.trxu. or l'riites kinow thli efftcts (,f taking ''n pI'oott oln the hilnd prS. i pro ,ss Iltilig not only slow, but injurious lIothl to tile prei't'ss tld thlle typi.. 'o. [his jin'I'.s ol'iaiiteS all these di-ad 'anllltitg's.. It lilghit also hi' used to T. print tniiild bills. It is uadltd light ftir tran.sportation, we.ighing iot ,love-r 7.5 pounills, the bed beingl ma, ot' .htcsonlled illnlh plank. It call hit. pilaced on a table or box, aunl i,' reqlijire.s Iut little roolnm. Pirintcers visiting ~lhreveport are re(quested to call :and see the press. Address .J. DICKINSON, * , Shreveport, Jra. CE Papyers publishing the above will be entitled to a deduction of ten per cent, in ease they purchase., HOME INDtUs- rwr, &c. THOMAS W. JONES. THE' (2 doors below E. & B. Jacobs.) Texas Street, Shreveport, Louisiana. DEALBR IN Invi ~ iHardware, Iren, Castings, Foa Belting, Packing, Mechanics' 4 Machlinists' Tools, 4v. Prep Castings of all kinds constantly on UNL hand or made to order. nl-y-d Ai Invi V. SHIDE T, Aror Watchmaker, bine JEWELER, and AND DEALER IN ble ] nilB I 'ATCHIS, JEIllBY. AIll e DIDA.MONDS, the 1 TEXAS STREE'I', for I F `" Between Spring and Market, ,L3 ' fiul SIIREVEPORT, LA. and Watches and Jewelry Repaired the and Warranted. ul-ly puri SOUTHERN the and MARBLE WORKS." ;ew cin ( orner of Texas and Edward Sts 3 AI:V-IN( permnanently located in thi SShrelveport, I am prepared to mann- p1h u, lcture from the raw material, and enj( right at home. will 1: 1 MARBLE MONUMENTS, the brit TOMB,,B, STAI3BLETS 4" TO. B TOOK\ES, l". the Of ,every descriptioEn, in time best work- bIhI Inmunlike manner. tIR. FR 'sC1NG. e ch< S "I'h' muilrsi.,ined llhaving made ar- nl 1I (rag, mients with I he manufitaet.urers, t i:.s tav lrepared to order every des t :c ,tioin of 1,1 ]I te( is IltON FEN('ING, I- sui t ,le for enclosing buildings, car d+.ns, c,+,.n,,t,.ry lots, etc., alsuo t. I IRON RAILINGS. __ f r :ill .riE·s :vI l 1I,hlleoniis'. whi, h wI 1; ., i at MAN ['AC1F'EtL I \Si S'h; I('1':S (:uhling translortati"n). v. I'urch1 a er.s atre invitE.d t, 'ail an:ttd i , i: i e li. va -ii,,us .. vl.-, aIt the s SSotttln'|lt Marle WVrk- Ef; \F. It'lCOX. (.Crner of ''.xans a Edwants S'ts. Myv -,,st 1 )tiie iý Shrevl ,ort, La. :i 6-d ,v. th Trede;ar Iron Mork%. ti( Ii('IIM( )ND, VA. C t11 t( ti ha to ii' or- Portable Steaml EVngit.e- ' ith or rt his without whoeels. St:ti,"Or .v Stautl ,', --i.-E-s witl" double tai . 1,,i}l.'. w Circular Saw Mills f tlh most ni(mod ern and improve(d conitriucti,,n. We 1, . challiinge tihe tradl tEE producE' a Ibt- tl tr or nfl r tiOre eff ttie' E arti h-1 att at -111 E |wice. Cotttn (;iii and f;rist Mill g Shlafting. Ous lIurr,)ws C(Ern aid ull'l,.ar'ng .il. 1 - Strub Corn Mills. nad- Idia Rbh,.r Blting.. .i to odwrtth 1lcilug anii MLtthing i lach ines.. \n. Artesian Well ToIols and ip.sEftir- t ed nishlced to ordEm. ' uk. Steam Guages. Wlhi-tli.s. &.. . ul and every descripti41n (Efl)htnt:ation and Railw:ay Machint-ry. 1 are sendand get an illustrated cata logue of our Machinery, fryee by mail ; , all we ask is a preference at thie sam t La. price with equally good Northern I will Works. Address E. M. IVENS, I per No. 5:3 St. Charles st.. N. O. No. 3--ly THEGRBATMEDICINALDRINKOFTHE AGE! CROOKES'S Invigorating Aromatic Vegetable Stomache Bitters, FOR RESTORING & PRESERVING 1" HEALTH. Cyliu Prepared from Aromatic Bitter Herbs 36X.5 UNDER THI' AUSPICIES OF AA omp. EMILNENT PHYSICIAN. ly un Are an agreeable and palatable Price - Invigorating Tonic, prepared from 1 I Aromatic Bitter Vegetables, corm ne. bined with a Pure Spirit, improved 8400. 'and perfected by one of our venera- Ali ble and eminent physicians during a vier, practice of thirty years, in the latter Ln part of which he used those Bittei 1000 Herbs, with unparalleled success, in Typr the treatment of internal diseases and Wool for purifying the blood. in lo1 They stimulate and regulate the p fiunctions of digestion; impart vigor Adar and tone to the stomach; strengthen rThe d the system, and are unequalled as a fect r purifier of the blood. By continuing P""' the use of a wine glass full morning T( and evening, and before meals, for a Iact i;ew weeks, they will afford convin- leys, cing p'roofs of their great medicinal Rule wt" pro tics, and under the influence of ate their health-restoring qualities, that bot , hysiecal condition necessary to the lishl nd enjoynm'nit of a sound body and mind had will soen 1e, attained. the F]rom their purify'ing influence, 1 the .-kin becomes steadily smooth and cent bright, and they will gradualily re- crat nmeve cvery trac~ of eruption or in- will S, il:tnnation frc,m the face or body as chiat they irg:'re.ss in the purification of the A k- bled. Pap Viewing them simply as a bover age, they eqal'n in richness and deli cacv of flavor the finer grades of ale choice Cl:hanpane Wines-the bit- - ter principle behing only perceptille r- n.h'll felt in the good work of purif' rs, ing and invigorating. Fortl' the use of old and yolung of' both sexes they,' art' admirably adtlp ted, hling gratc"ful to the taste; of n-l por c'xqisitely delicate flavor--ilparting V to the palate a so,.thllin: aromatic ef- Sat - -ct. equalled onl byh its purity and 8 richlluss. das 'T'he f ,llt,wing letter regtu'ding the S purity and qlu:lity of this C(elebrated nt ic -li 1etable 'T',nic. from the eminent he an'ld '_ift e'ttd hysicia:tn and chemistiSt, a SVictor E. a lniltg, so long and fa- plc verably knowni in c, nnectint with i td the F leinch Acadleny of '(-Ie"n'e, rhe gsp:aks tur itslf: :alb, ( h, m'ira/l .Labratrrr, 1Ie t' Bioadlfwa,. d:, Ns.w York. February G, 1(;l0. 3 >Ir. If. ;i. Crookes: "Dear Sir- of L Il anecord+ ' n"+, w it , v, otr re- qu w.t o1 its the l; thl ultino, 1 have sn)jected int. sIample tf ylur Invigorating Aroma im1 i. tic \ 'tal. 5t'oiath Bitters t'la .1 curel anlvis ntied them to ir. t e c,)iitlolset of the tEsst"nC of A'tmati'c Hitter ce..,ta't iles oft an'cient faael it) th. ml'tcdi(al wvorld : yvet I have\-t n1ev,,r cl ibefor(. s..vn theim so wtiell bl,.t,-ud d , t. r ,rendere tl so pleasing : th he s.- ...e , 1'l'he .pirit utsed in their p.r,.p- ;; . tion I fotlund to le perf;'ctly Utr.. ,!in Us frit' tri m dclt'-,rius - t '!, ,'' :' that lproc'ured from tlt- nat,,r.,i jaii('+ It, cof It hlt g"pCe. -\ You duhtl'ss had t hI t s i.:.c ., ,experienc<l w,,dlical skill iln :!r,-: intg so X..c lt'ilth t ea ,'',:i, ati' t . :. i' i1' rarely ,,cur.- that, tl-. b1it"tr pt'i'l - )al'., So .--.-in s, Ittmch nl '.Ii'cinal ni, ''VI. worth. i ., ,. ,'i.l1 s' d pal' tabl,. fe t ',- ,'nt',1 t3 ) :''pt:. "' ''our 't'nt +1 ]-hi htt- th ; termal'a .o Iav. :,'. v :.to} iung those atnxious to b, rTe:li.v';ed ti"', in ward sutr'iring are r,'questel, ,o te'st t fur- their qualiti,'s fairly atd ilpar idll'. and giv\e tlt public the h,meTlit of t'their r unbIiased opinion° t till CR( )OKES'SINVIGORATING. c ARt()lMATI' C VEG E'rABLE S'T(O .ata- MACII BIT'TERS are sold by Gro n:ail: cers. D)ruggists and I)ealcls getera:lly t Sa.m, throughout the country, and can be t etrn had as a beverage :xt the principal S, Iars and S:aloons. O' CROOKS & CO. Sole Proprietors. t 11th rcphoupitoala st.. . .Orlraus.i TO P UBL, HMME PS at S PAP.' ' . 1. I. Hop Oe.'st i gle Cylinder -Printihg M1', aed 36x54, with Rollers and R3o ld. complete in good running oronreu, ly new. Cost $2300 ain 1NieYork. Price $1610. 1 Ruggle's Improved Jiuti ng En gine. Prints half sheet ea .,oSat 8400. $260. In good rmEnirný per. Also, 1000 lbs Agate, 200) Tleb Se vier, 20001b .. Bourgoise,... 190 lbs Long Primer, .1500 lbs Smallr- Pica. 1000 lbs Pica, 10,000 lbs ,ancy Type, all :kinds and, sizes; 60. fonts Wood letter, all which will be` sold in lots to suit purhasers.. 1 R. Hoe & Co's .Bed and.Platen Power Printing Machine, (Isaae Adams' Patent) Platen 26x40. The best book press made; in per fect running order for hand or steam power. Cost at the manufactury 82000. Price $1400. Together with Imposing Stonee Racks, Stands, Cases, Cabinets, Gal leys, Composing Sticks, Leads, Brass, 1 Rule. Large Iron Safe, Wilder's f Patent; Desk, Chairs, Tables, Gas Fittings, and every 'article needed t bout a first class ndwspaper estab ' lislhment, any or all of which can be 1 had at 30 per cent. discount, below the original cost at the manufactory , Whenthe present duty of 24 per e1e".. ,"' all goods of this description from the North is taken into consid eration, the advantages of this offer will be readily perceived by pur l chasers. e Apply to the type Foundry and Paper Warehouse of S GEO. H. VINTEY., i- No. 105 Poydras Street, New Or |f leans. t e The Daily News p- is published in the city of Shreve in port, Parish of Caddo, every Tuesday, Ig Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and f- Saturday morning, at the low price of Id 88 to mnail subscribers. The (Mon day) Weekly News is published at 1e '2 50 per an:Flirm. The News will * not 1,e forwarded to any address, until It the subscription money is received, :t: - it is published on the cash 1princi _ pli; and the terms being put at low tl figures, will not admit of credit. S pecin en copies of either of the abo-,ve will he forwarded to such as idesire subscribing. The columns will contain articles, ,ehlected and original, which will prove of interest and tend to the welfare of o1 its r,eaders. It will be devoted to tho ed interists ,f the South; and internal i imiprovtn.nits in the Parish and vi Sciiiv. will r'ceive the undivided at .1 te"l, ~t t' th,. publLsher. ,'i T:h. coluni of the News will be o Op'e tto tvr person. Personal arti r cl-- will not, underanycircumstances, S. as '.nnunie'ations or adver ' : i-,:: ts.i: h published. " -,rr, .p.nudeuce is solicited from all .s an advertising medium, the -.i ..- "r -reant advantages to the usi iis on oft North Louisiana, .rk;s;I. 'Texas, and the city of .I NO. DICKINSON. i' , Proprietor. Ii- .I'p - publishing the above three inti mmonthis. will be entitled to an exchango i for the I)ailv. ch .. ib VE IVSPA.PER LA IA . nir- sub-c-ib,.r who do notgiveexpre-s r.-- ,t, ,. :i the contrary, are considered , a- " lhing to conti;nue the subscrip, . -.ihevibers order the discontin , *arm ..tf heir papers, the publishe st a. -.tnunue to send them till all that in- 1' ,ubscribers neglect or refutse to st take rit.ir papersr from the office to ly which they are directed, they are h.ld ir i r.slpon:sible until they have settled their bills and ordered their paper die G. continmud. , If sdbseribers remove toot her plab.re ro- nithout informing the publisher, astd dly the r 'per is sent to the former diree ,t) tion, they are held responsible. i Tal he courts have decided that refus ing to take a paper or periodical from ;ore. the office, is prinsc faCte evidence Lof ,unn fratw