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)n, MiUam St. opposite the CVaran dah Hotel. I I3FIE proprit,tor has been to great 1 expense to inake this the most ditsirtable. Stable in the city. it is con vaient to the Stemimc i,,:fa iatiding. Ilorse1S will be boarded ,' the day, week or month, on the nt rn-ona ile termns. 'erjons S1i1a, Shrve p,,rt or .going to N f.; )rigr;,ns. by h..tving their horsei- .h " .:talish tt,.nt, can rest asstr.i, th,, th,-y will b, well attended it,, inlly i ive him i catll antd satisty y,'ne; l v.s. JOHN CAII)WFVLL. no 39-lv. -N€FICII" TO TiHE VOTERS OF CADDO I'ARISIJ. AFTER .au acqunaintance of over twenty years with the people of this parish, "I "],, not b*elieve that they will exact a visit to 'ach of them. So 1 propose adtdressinglyol at t ie folllowing named places and times, and r..specttfiully invite my opponentato the hust O,rs, and atm req(cuted to say to Vout that J. II. C(cNIN.lsAMl , Esq., of Natcehitoches, n ho is a clnadilarte the the State Senate, ex p'ets to ite at lly Itnetinsr, til address you. SA Pl'OI NT I I rNTS. ( 'aLvtt's Schoolhouse, ont Saturday. Oct. 5th Taylor's Muster Ground, neatf W. 1. Thomp stnill's, On )lditv. Oct. 7th. hiictlthami's Schoollhouse, oti TliuesdLy, Oct s. t }reetºwood, on Thl~r,day, Oct. 10th. npring Ridg, on Fridlay, Oct. I Ith. ,atzunser Urove, on Saiturday, Oct. 12th. $breivi'port and Wihsht Islmd, notice will hetre!ater be givas. Respectfu lly, W . Wr. tG EO I(iIb. <hroveport, Septenmber `wth, 18I61. DRINKING SALOONS. coederation oUs 1' E SAS STIUBEET r Bectween 'Market and Edward,. ti 1'ropri.±tor. ti 1Ihe r·cr7,/ bf' Liquors ke'pt at tLro t n10-djt t office of Dr. Leslie, AT THE LATE COURT HOUSE, I A·1[AIW1 2' STRI EET, V )ppasi/e the Prcsh'/fi'irue C(hierc~z. Sure i1 port. f1int 1 1-li." rl IN:. II. SIIIlI'i)S. !RTIHCR W. HYATT. TIIS. R. SilLDS & Ce., TYPIE, I'11.ESSES. INKS, Poi prs. t' '\R1)- AND[ CARLD IUOARDS, Foreign and Domestic Stationary, 1 + RAv!ER S-r.,and 10 BANK P,LAC"E N tw Orleani. III-IV T7'IT MAILS. \N"w Orke:tit--lri-weckly---Arrivye J1'u,"sday, i2Ixut-,ay-. anid Sunt .Iay= ttt 6. p,. iLL. 1)ehparts MIoiidavs Vted l tdL vs& Sat.'irdavs at 4 a. m. ~i': =aayý?·. 'l1'humll~ty·r autc dnttir ;:Lv. aLt 6L p.11!. .J)ej)LaLttS MotniltVt, 1\Ac IIILt-..lhxyS ilttie i'filaltys at -1ai. at. "~ i rkal..,:t J~ai!---' L'ri- -\,"."kl\ v-Arr \·t· 1` etlnttdct ·t\·', L'1ri:tavt a nil Slrnda-c. . :tt G p.ui. I ,epar~t S'I' ueadaV, ¶1l'liust ,I;LV? ai id MLttl~l~\i y at 4 a. ITL Ni 'Vtr,, Mai I-I aily--A,rrivY daily at: 7 :1. lit. 1) ,arst-biilv at. 5 p.11. ll,:~:lv Mlni-9in"1tli-W,'klivy-.r I:, i Itr tst nii St ýat u l:ti at ti p,. t. I) 'Ittrtit l. ,nh1Lav4 :aiI Iri .-;! % --r~ tit h a. tott" m )tithe. Ii.,tiris-I'r,.ut Ini 12aii. nit.; IL( t'id'ty., from i Sto, 9a :tn. 11. 11 (TN- Il `IE t. 1'. N.. ICE! I(VE! lUE.' t rvt~t WEi I";i, jlatst rtr'I ved an~d 6' t!' Li t1" A. i:N(;LI C t'+ I. hrL 1 i tL', .11pi! . L, t; 1-itt Weekly News, Published in the . city of Shreve port, Parish of Caddo, every Monday ul morniag at the low price of 42 50.- , Thq News vwill not be forwarded to - any address, until the subscription money is received, as it is ptblished on the cash principle; and the terms M. being put at low figures, will not ad- Da mit of credit. It is the cheapest paper published in the State, the sheet is 24 by 36 in ches, and ,contains twenty-eight col- '1 urnna of reading matter, set in solid type. The 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 oue of the BEST FAMILY PAPERS, published in the South. * Specimen copies 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 readers. It will be devoted to the interests of the South; and internal wi improvements in the Parish and vi- El cinity, will receive the undivided at tentiion of -he publisher, The coluimns of the News will be e. open to every person. Personal arti- to cles will not, under any cirenmstancees, (either as co:nmunicatigns or adacr tisemeuts,) be published. Correspondence is solicited from all-BI sections. Si .JNO.. DICKI NSON. IT P'roprietor. I P'aprs publishing the ab:ove three I nmonth o will be entitled to an. exchange A for the Daily. ii 1[anamsleld FemnaleCollege. a' DEIe-'o PARISH LA. rIhe Fall session of this Institution k will open nV Wedirs-day, 2nd le Octoberl861, with a full and efficient al Faculty. The domestic department will be under theimmediate superin- y tendence of the Presidenlt and his lady, and every ef-fort will be made to promoute the comfort of those en trusted to their charge. u- Cotton, prorisions, Confederate Y Bonds or Treasuriy nots taken in payt mernt o f" Board and Tuition. For other iufarnmutio! , Address. CHIIAS. B. STUAItI', I'resident. M anil.licd,L La. :, DIC Kl I N St I()N'S SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY Ready Proof Press, Patenteed June 1st., 1861. To Country Publishers. THE want of a cheap proof press lhas long been felt by publishers of E, country papers and small Job (Oflices. i The undersigned knowing this from experience, has invented a press of this sort (similar to Hoe &d Co.-) and S,ffers it to the cr^ft as the cheapest in the mairkdt. Instead of a solid east-iron cylirider, it is made oft'shit iron and filled, being a decided im n 1ro'.ement, as it gives elastit'ity to to tihe cevlinduler, ''le e,st of an or ,.l din:iry r'.,of pr.'.es is 5%0, while this 0 Wr Only $20. e5 l'iuitrs kUow the ef;.fts of taking r 'lpiroI (n the hand prLLs. "he pro 1ss ,ing not ,nlv .slow, but injurious bi,,,h to the pre.-s and the ty',.( 'ilhis l'.ss oviates all these disad \antagnes. It might also be ised to, print small bills. S1t is ltade light fr trnusportatin , weilhing not over 75 pomnds, the bed h liiing made of seasoned inch plank. It .m he plae(',d on a tale ,or hex, and rcquircs but little rEmII. t rinters visiting Shrevcport are r,qumeste'd teall anid $ 4th" press. k-. Shrevwport. Tn. i"i Paii- er1 pb li hing th*i "lbove will ' ih,. I ntit d d u tin i' n l T. 8. Martin, OCas. A. Cone, and. Geo. I. E)well. r'ns, 810 per an= numfor, he Dailf ; WPeekly, $3. The Sun is the only paper in Vicksburg ,publishe4 every day in the week. v -n54-tf Vickabwrg Whig. Published' in Vieksburg, Miss. by M. Shannon. Terms, in advanee, Daily per annum, $8; Weekly. $3. " · mm m m m n m mn- mm m t HOME INDUSTRV,' 8& . Ar. bin Tredegar Iren Works. au RICHMOND, VA. bl prs with for fin am till Pu the Portable Steam Engines with or fe without wheels. Stationery Steam c Engines- with 4dobitEne Ci'eular Saw Mills of the most arod- Pr ern and improved construction. We the challenge the trade to produee a bet- ph ter or more effective article at a less en price. Cotteon Gin and Grist Mill j shafting. Circular Saws. th Burrows Corn andi Flouring Mfi. Straub Corn Mills. br India Robber Belting.. Woodwruth Plaining and Matching fig Machines. th Artesian Well Tools and Pipes fur- bl nished to order. Steam Guages, Whistles, d&c., and every description of Plantation ci and Railway Machinery. cl Send.and get an illustrated eata- to logue of our Machinery,free by mail; w all we ask is a preference at the same in price wigh equally good Northern Works. Addruss E. M. IVENS, b, No. 53 St. Charles st., N. O. tt No. 3--ly e SOUTHERN f MARS WORKgS S. Corner of Texas and Edward Sts % I-AVING permanently located in a S'reveport, I aul prepared to lan- v ufatcture from the raw materialk and tl right at home. MARBLE MONUMENTS, TOeBS, TABLETS 84 TOMB STONES, t Of every description,in the best work--, t manlike manner. c IRON FENCING. Tlh. nndersigned having mane ar ,f raugements with the mnanuf;acturers, is nnw prepared to order every des criltion of IRS (N FENCING, esuitabl,le for enclosing buildings, gar tdews, cemtt'ry lots, etc., al.o IRON RAILING` , for gahllri,.s and balconies, which will be sold at MANUlFACT'UELIS PRICES (addirn transportation). PIurchasers are inviited to call and examine the, various stres, at the Soutthern Markle Works ,if W.- HIEC(fX. SCorner of l'exns anid Edwards St.-. D- MIv- lP,st Ot)fic'is 'hireveport. 11. n G----dly. d- NE WC PAPlIIll LA (I to Subscribers who do not give e xprer s notice to the contrary, are considered n, as wishing to coutinue the subscrip id tion. k. If subcricrs order the di.-coutiil tl Ilnace tf thcir paplers, the publislirais uRav colitiliue to stend tlheml till all that re is die lihe paid. Ift i subscribers neglect or rtefusie to take their papers froul the otlice to At. which they iare directed, they are held ill respInsible until theyv have settled wII their bills and ordered their paper dis it* tl 'i. Tan GrrAT ICINALDRIN l)THEB I Lo S AGE!' dOROKES'S r Invigorating Armatic . Vegetable ? Stomache .Bitters, Foa REsTomeIN .& sRERSRVING 1 HEALTH. ylin Prepared from Aroipatjc Bitter erbs UNDER THE A USPICIES OF AltA cmp EMINENNT PHfHYSlIAN. ly ne Are an agreeable and palatabl Price Invigorating Tonic, prepared' from . I Aromatic Bitter Vegetables, comrn gine. bined with a Pure Spirit, imprdved 400 ,aud perfected by one of sur 'venera- Al Ble and eminent physicians dutring a ier, practice of thirty years, in the latter uo part of which he used those Bittelr 100 Herbs, with unparalleted success, in' '[*yy the treatment of internal diseases and ,Woos for purifyingthe blood. in lot They stimulate and regulate the Pow( funmctions of digestion; impart vigor Adaz and tone to the stomach; strengthen e' the system, arda are unequalled as a fect r purifier of the blood. By pontinuing OWe the usa of a wine glass full morning T, and evening, and before meals, fora Rack r few weeks, they will afford convin- leys, 1 cing proofs of their great medicinal Rule _ properties, and under the influence of fate e their health-restoring qualities, that aboi - physical condition ne-cessary to the lishr enjoyment of a sound body and mind hid will soon be attained. ' the.e From their purifying influence, A the skin becomes steadily smooth and PaSe bright, and they will graduallly re ,move every trace of eruption or in I g flammnation from the face or body as they progress in the purification of the r- blood. Viewing them simply aa\ bever age, they equalr in richness and deli- TI¶' ncacy of flavor the finer grades of O choice Champagne Wines-the bit " ter principle being only perceptible I; when felt in the good work of purify e ing and inavigorating.. . an For the'use of old and young of both sexes they are admirably adap- COW' ted, being.gratif l to the taste; of an Pri exqisitely delicate flavor-imparting havi to the palate a soothing aromatic ef- : feet, equalled only by its purity and Pr] richness. T '*The following letter regarding the Foxi purity and quatity of this Celebrated to Vegetale Tonic, from the eminent pn" and gifted physician and chemist, full in Victor E. Canning, so long and fa- aug n- vorably known in connection with id the French Academy of Science, speaks for itself: CheLmical Labratory, TVe'.st Broadway. New York, February 6, 1860. Mr., I M. Crookes" Dear Sir In accordance with your request of dis , the 16th ultimo, I have subjected wl sample of your Invigoratixng Aroma ula .k-. tic Vegetable Stomach Btters to a ad' careful analysis adl find them to be composed of the cssence of Aromatic Ne Bitter Vegetables of ancient fame in in the medical world; yet 1 have never Es before seen them so well. blended or dl' ar- rendered so pleasing to the sense of e1 'rs taste. . I CS- IM The spirit used in their pr.para- or tion I found to be perf'ectly pure, and at as free from dieleterious element a. that procunrd from the t:iturall juice 1 :._ of the grape. CI You doertlea had the as istancelf I experieneted medical skill in l1rfeet- ' 1ng so excellent a eomnlinati, , as it rarely ocnirs that 'lhc bitter in'inii icl ple, po)sse.sing so xuneh meicilinl ci; I e r ,orth. is rudered s, palatable. p Cntinue to prIpari v1ur Stonia~ni 13itters, strictly ini accordance with 'd the tlhriula vo' lnv('e atlrnay ado, p the ted. and tllhe eualnot fill tr, 'ain xrt. kind within my Iknowhbd t. I rrln: n, d,.ar sir, ,'e' reIt ct-t lAI. fully "your- ] VICTOR IC' C .NIN(G. Conxois,,urs in ti-,' L,,vCtragt's andi 'eis those' atxatlus to be cli..ved fi,:- iln wred ard sufferiun an. i-equcsted. to test p ip thoir ,ulitics ,ai-ly and imp)artially, axudgiv,; thit pubic the buneit of ttir jI' tin- uubiasted opiuiou., . tlaRt AIO3iMF1C VIGEl'TABLE STO- S MA('H lITE'R'IS aire sold by Gso e tO c'rs', I-"rLa~S. s and Dealers genuerally Stitrroughlout tlhe country. and can be held hula a- a Feverage at tie principal c ted Bars and Saloona. t dis-, ('IROtOKS & CO. Sole Proprietors. 1 it [T-houpitoulans st. . N. Orleans. B ; Louw state .at4ra Wh. Feor8 a e. ' a 1. R. He &...e.'s Patent Single, Cylindef Printing" .Mqce, bed. S36xu54, wit o l Ra ljand s uld, 1 eomplete in good rmLBm ad-i h Price $i1 " . 0m 133 le'tStrave ng Eun n gins. $t ha `, a cap Cost id %400. I un zi 6dn order. .- Also, Age,.Q lbs Bre a vier,. 2,000lA ,. Bor sole l tr ug Prim$, , 1500 " 'ica, si 100b lt f . Ibs Fancy in 'ryge,all kind ize 50 fonts ,d Wood letter, qIJic will be sold in lots to suit purcbas~is. 1 R. Hoe & Co's Bed and Platen 10 Power Printing M hi (Isaac or Adams' Patent) 26x40. n -e'~ t bodE t pre.s.e ; .in :per a fect ruaning order for land or steam i power. Cost at the manufactury 82000. Price $1400. ig Together" witl~. Imposing Stones a Racks, Stands,; Vaes, Cabinets, gal n- leys, Composing 8ticks, Leids, Brass, gal Rule. Large Iron Safe, Wilder's of Patent; Desk, Chairs, T'hles, Gas Fittings, 'and every article ndeded at about a first class newspaper estab he lishment, any or all of whichcan be rid 'an at 30 per ceat. discount, below the origihai cost at the manufactory ae, Apply to the type Foundry and nd Paper Warehouse of GEO. H. VINTEN., e- o. 105 Peidraa Street, New Or leans. as he RICHMOND L1 TYPE FOtUI-RY.. er li- TIhE ONLY MANUIFACTORY of OF TYPE ON SOUTHERN )it- SOIL SOUTH OF BAL ble TIMORE. fy HIE Proprietors of the above Foundry* of X have also tnaited with their Foundry a p- complete an Printers' Furnishing Waxehouse, ijg having on hand, or furnishing to order, ef- every article requisite for a Printing office, from a BODKIN to a TEN-CPYLIND)E1F and PRESS. Type .and Printing Material from any the Foundry North when required. ted We can and will nmnufacture in Richmond ent as good an article, and at the same specimaen prices, as any Foundry North. We respect ist, fully solicit the patronage of the South. fa- aug30-1 m HENRY L. PELOUZEa & Co. A, ttention Publishers. .a. Publishers of Newspapers hit North Louisiana, and Tr- Texan, who may wish to t of dispose of their establislunents in eted whole or. part, by sending me partic ena ulars, and locality, will find it to their to a advantage to address me as below. o be 'Persons desirous of establishing tatic Newspaper or Job Establishment.s ie in in the interior, will be furnished wit: ever Estimnates, free of charge, by ad 1 or dressing me as below. And if they c of order Printing Material, or Pape. Ink, Cardsr or Card Boards, through nm-, will he ftiruished,-for cash only or its equivalent-the bLest bargains, ne at Foundry prices. t 'I I ,,flr the following establishmen at s "e1, ,.r 'ash. or goraodnegroes with untar. cumi:cer,+ titles. ' eoot An old established Book and ,lob f lt- Prinhtng Office, in a city of 150,Ct'i it poapulation. Price $7,000. iai- The material of a Job Offiee, in :. i,..l city of about 3~,000 inhabitants. IPrice 85,000. nd A Newvspape' .establishment and withgood Job (Olice 'connected. Pri' idop- $2,:200. ' r- A Ne.wspLperL and Job Printing ith' establislicent. Yricj $4000. An Admn's Book Power l'ress. pect- .sic, id hanud, in good order, mediumn -iz,'. Price $1000. 1. A liiggkes Card and Bill iI.'td an , p.~ea, will, pritt any'ordinarv size - in- jtab .at tbe rate of 150 to 2000 in: " t(it prssions per hour.(New.) Price '22. *ally, A ituggles Card anrd Bill 1l,-adi their press, old size, second hand. l'ric, $150. ING, Fine Printers' blank cards, China, STO- Satin Enamelled, and India, from rGeo- $1 to $3 per thousand. Funeral, erally No te, and other paper. an be g None but cash ,rders will :. acipal ceive any attention. Paper 24x:i, to arrive. ietors. JNO. DIICKINSON. lans. s22-t t' shreveport, L.a.