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i'exas Stage & Livery Stable, ha Mirram St. opposie the Varan Jak Hotel. IHE proprietor has been to great expense to make this the most esirable Stable in the city, it is con e iient to the Steam boat landing. forses will be boarded by the day, p eck or month, on the most reasona Sle terms. Persons visiting Shrove urt or going to New Orleans, by .aving their horses at this establish itent, cau rest assured that they will e well attended to. Only give him call and satisfy yourselves. r JIOtIiN CALDWELL. no9- ly. 'atchmnaker and Jeweler. P. 1. L. FRANK, Agent for J. LITTIIA ER, D)ealer in Fine Watches, Jewelry, IDiamonls, Brazil;n Pelbble Spec /'s/es, et,. All :rood lVatcle* -war a(nted1/4or one year. Job work neatly .rep,, ted. !exas Street, opposite Childers & Beard's, *'~I [?EVEPORT, LIA. Vol. I noIi-5-ly. 3ffice of Dr. Leslie AT THE LATE COURT HOUSE, AMARKET S TIREE 7 9pposite the Presb/yteriaa Church. Shreveport, June 11--1y. ED IARD COYER Y, Wholesale Grocer, AND DEALER IN WESTERN PRODUCE, ?o,s. 2 Front and 10 Felton Streets, NEW-ORLEANS. 11-ly Vicksburg Su n. Published in Vicksburg, Miss., by 1'. 8. Martin, Chas. A. Cone, and _'o. 11. Elwell. Ternis, $10 per an umtl for the Daily; Wee\kly, $3. The Suun is the only paper in Vicksburg pulished every day in the week. v1-n54-tf Particular Attention. Items or advertisetments intended fr,r the Daiy Aes'x, must he handed in prior to four o'clock, 1P. M. other wise they will not appear in our issue 3f the following minrning. DRINKING SALOONS. ,oederation! #ose TE;XAS STREET Between Market and Edward, SA WYER, Proprietor. The very best Liquors kept at thef Bar. nlO-diy OR1UBY CO FFEE HOUSE, Corser of MIilam andl Sprmng ss. KI.EEPS thlt, best brands of Liquors amd .ai.ried ,1inks,, to please every ')t'i ';tte or no 'lharge. JOHiN BIEARI), • 14: ' Pr ro " *tor. l'"OS. H. HIELDS. ARTHUR W. HYATT. IO. i. SIiliS & ci., DRALERS IN TYPE, PRESSES, INKS, Zrews, Booki Wrapjin g 4- Printivig Papers, CARDS AND CARD BOARDS, Foreign and Domestic Stationary, 59 (GaAVIBR ST.,and 10 BANK P,LACB Now Orleanes. al-ly Weekly News, Published in the city of Shreve port,.Parish of Caddo, every Monday morning at the low price of 82 50. The News will not be forwarded to any address, until the subscription money is received, as it is published on the cash principle; and the terms being put at low figures, will not ad mit of credit. It is the cheapest paper published in the State, the sheet is 24 by 36 in ches, and contains twentiy-eight col um2 s of reading matter, set in solid type. Tlhe Weekly News is made up of the reading published in the daily, and contains the latest news re ceived in Shreveport, and well se lected articles. In fact it is one of the BEST FAMILY PAPERS, published in the South. Specimen copies will (e forwarded to such as desire subscribing. The columns 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 imnprovements in the Parish and vi cinity, will receive the undivided at tention of the publisher, The columlls of the News will be open to every person. Personal arti cles will not, under any circumstances, (either as communnications or adver tisements,) be published. Correspondence is solicited from all sections. JNO. DICKINSON. Proprietor. Papers publishing the above three months, will be entitled to an exchange fur the Daily. Mlanfield Female College. SI)~so''ro() PARIS LA. r llhc i ... -.:ssion of this Institution I will open n on «Vedneselay, 2nd October 1SGI, with a full and efficient Faculty. The domestic departmennt will he under the immnediate sulperin tennd,.nce of the President and his lady, and every efflirt will be mnade' to promote the comfort of those en trusted to their charge. For other inforination, Address. CHA. B. ST. STUART. President. M3anistield, La. I) I C IK IN N () -'S SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY Ready ProofPress, Patented Juane lst., 18G1. To Country Publishers. T HE want of a cheap proof press has long been felt by publishers of country papers and small Job Offices. The undersigned knowing this from experience, has invented a press of this sort (similar to Hoe & Co.'s) and offers it to the craft as the cheapest in the market. Instead of a solid cast-iron cyinder, it is mnade of sheet iron and filled, being a decided im provemnent, as it gives elasticity to to the cylinder. The cost of an or dinary proof press is 850, while this costs W Only $20. , Terms cash.-Boxing 82 etrxa. Printers know the eflfcts of taking prot on thle hand press. The Ipr'o c.ss beLing inot only slow, butiljurious both to thie press and the type. This press obviates all those disad vantages. It might also be used to priut small hills. It is miade light for trausportation, weighing not over 75 pounds, the bed being made of seasoned inch plank. It can he placed on ,table or box, and requires but little room. Printers visiting Shreveport are requested to call and see the press. Address J. DICKINSON, Shreveport, La. Papers publishing the above will be entitled to a deduction of tea per cent. in case they purchase. *,. u~,i- INDUSTRY, i,,. THOMAS W. JONES. (2 doors below E. & B. Jacobs.) Shrtevep orAc t, Louisiana. DEALER IN Hardware, Irem, Castings, Belting, Packing, Mechanics' I- Machinists' Tools, 4c. Castings of all kinds constantly on hand or made to order. nl-y-d V. SHIDE T, Watchmaker, JEWELER, AND DEALER IN FIll IWfATC JII LIY, All DITAMONDS, TECA3 STREET, r'] Between Spring and Market, .£ SHREVEPORT, LA. Watches and Jewelry Repaired and Warranted. n1-ly SOUTHERN 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. MARBLE MONUMENTS, TOMBS, TABLETS 4- TOMB STONES, Of every description, in the best work manlike manner. IRON FENCING. The undersigned having made ar rangements wth the manufacturers, is now prepared to order every des cription of IRON FENCING, suitable for enclosing buildings, gar dens, cemetery lots, etc., also IRON RAILINGS, fr.r galleries and balconies, which will ble sold at MANUFACTUERS i'R ICES (adding transportation). Purchasers are invited to call and examine the various styles, at the Southern Marble Works of W. HECO X, C,,rner of Texas and Edwards Sts. Miv Post Officeis Shreveport, La. no 6--d y. Tredegar Iron Workn. RICHMOND, VA. Portable Steam Engines with or without wheels. Stationery Steam Engines with double flue hoilers. Circular Saw Mfills of the most mod orn and1 improved construction. WV challenge the trade to l)produce a bet t-r or more effective article at a less price. Cotton Gin andt Grist Mill Shafting. Circular Saws. Ihnrows Corn and Flouring Mill. Straub t,'orn Mills. India' Robber Belting. WVoodwruth Pllaining and Matching Machines. Artesian Well Tools and Pipes fur nished to order. Steam Guages, Whistles, &c., andl every description of l'lantation 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 geod Northern Works. Addriss ]L M. IVENS, No. 63 St. Charles st, ,N. O. No. 3-ly Puru7 tn, r.:0 ng V1 0.Atbi THE GnEATM t DICINALDRINOF TUE AGE! CROOKES'S Invigorating Aromatic Vegetable Stomache Bitter*,. Foa RESTORING & PRESeBVINO HEALTH. Prepared from Aromatic BitterHerbs UNDER THE A'USPICIES OF dAA EMINENT PHYSICIAN. Are ah agreeable and palatablt i Invigorating Tonic, prepared from Aromatic Bitter Vegetables, comn' 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 I part of which he used those Bitte i Herbs, with unparalleled success, in I the treatment of internal diseases and i 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 flammnation from the face or body as they progress in the purification of the blood. Viewing thenm simply as a bever age, they eqiual in richness and deli cacy of flavor the finer grades of choice Champagne Wines-the bit ter principle being only perceptible when feilt in the good work of purify ing and invigorating. For the use of old and young of both sexes they are admirably adap Sted, being grateTfui to the taste; of an iexqisitely delicate flavor-imparting to the palate a soothing aromatic ef fect, equalled only by its purity and richness. The fillowing 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 lrench Academy of Science, speaks for itself': i Chemical Labratorry, ItVest Broadnwy. I New York, Iebruary~ 6, 1860. Mr. It. M. Crookes: Dear Sir In accordance with your request of the 16th ultimoe, 'I Vhave 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 Vegetahbles of ancient fuame hi the medical world: yet I have never before seen theum so well blended or rendered so pleasing to the sense of taste. The Spirit used in their prepara tion I found toibe perfectly puret, and as free from deleterious celement an 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 rendulered so palatable. Continmu to prepare your Stomoach Bitters. strictly in accordance with the formula you ha\ve already adop ted, and they cannot thil to gain pre cedence over everything else of the kind within my knowledge. I remain, dear sir, vecry respect fully yours. VICTORI E. CIIASNISNG. Connoiseurs in fine beverages and those arnxious to be relieved tifrom in= ward suffering are requested to test their qualities fairly and impartially, mid give the publli the benefit of their unbiased opinion. CROOKES'S I'NVIGORATING, AROMATIC VEGETABLE STO MACH BITTERl are soldby Gro cers,. Druggists and Dealers generally throughout the country, and can,bo had as a beverage at the jrincipal BA.r and Saloons. OROOKS & CO. Sole Propriators. 110 Tc.hotpitoilars st.. N. Orlannu TO P UBLISHERS OF NB WS PAPER. F 0 or a'l e . 1. R. Roe & Cq.'s Patent Sii'lee Cylinder Printing Machilne," 1edL 36x54, with Rollersand Roller Moild; complete in good runnmng order, near ly new. Cost $2300' in New-York. Price $1610. 1 Ruggle's Improved Piinting Etn gine. Prints half sheet: cap Cost $400. $250. In good running ordber. Also, 1000 lbs Agate, 2000 lbs Bre vier, 20001bs Bourgoise, 1500 lr Long Primer, 1500 bs Small Pica, 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 Plates. Power Printing Machine, (Isaac Adams' Patent) Platen 264O0. The best book press made; in per fect running order fpr 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 '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 eost at the manufactory Whenthe present duty of 24 per sent. on all goods of this description from the N'orth is taken into consid eration, the advantages of this offer will be readily perceived by pur chasers. Apply to the type- Foundry and Paper Warehouse of GEO. H. VINTEN., No. 105 Poydras Street, New Or leans. The Daily News IS published in the city of Shreve port, Parish of Caddo, every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday morning, at the low price of -$8 to mail subscribcrs. The (Maon day) Weekly News is published at $2 50 per annuml 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 tigures, 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 of interest and tend to the welfare of its readetis. It will be devoted to the inter.ests of the South; and internal improvements in the Parish and vi cinity, will receive the undivided at tenti,n of the publisher. The columns of the News will be open to every person. Personal arti clees will not, underanyeircumstances, (either as communications or adver tisements.) be publislhed. 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. Papers publishing the above three months, will be entitled to an exchange for the Daily. SNE IVS·PAPER LA TV Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to continue the subscrip tion. If swheibers order the discontin uance oft their papers, the publishers may continue to send them till all tlht is due be paid. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from the office to which tlhey are directed, they are held responsible until they hhave settled their bills and ordered their paper dis continued. If subscribers remove to other places ithiout informing the publisher, and the ~ per is sent to the former ditree tion, they are held reeponsible. The courtshave decided that refus ing to take tpaper or periodical from the office, is prima fnee evidenqe of fraud