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fiat Stage & Livery Stable,
At Milaam St.. oppositc tlc Varan
·. dal Hotel.
fIRE proprietor has been to great
1! eýtxpensti to Illake this the miost
rleirailc Stable in the city, it isl con
e',ieni to the Steam boat landing.
,f irseI s will ble boarded by the day,
.,,w,,k or month, on the mc t reasona
.bin terms. P'ersons visitiLng Slhreve
rlort or ging to New Orlanis, by
mleaving their Ithrmses at this establish
uie.nt., can -rest assuried that they will
h:t Wel attended to. Only give, him
a ,call and satitsfy yourselves.
I T 'TIIR VOT'l'ER OF E'ADDO PARISh.
'A PFTJR an aiclaliintance of over twenty
'LX years with the lpeop~i of this ,parish, I
Sit believe that they will exact at visit to
~ ch of them. So I propose addressing you
It 't]the following iauined places and times, and
Stresectfully invite llty opponents to the hust
AP PO I NTME ,NTS.
t .1lvett's Sehoolho.se, on Saturday, Oct. 5th
T, ariavor's Muster (iroutllal, tinear . B. Thoomp
'" non's, on Mnlllday. c(). 7th.
i skhaamL' Shlioolh, ise. o011 Tuesday, Oct S.
l,rea.Inwood, on TllhursdIay, Oct. 10th.
*ipring Ridge, on Friday. Oct. 1 Ith.
;(lnler Grove, on .Satturlty, Oct. 1thll.
Shreveport and Itish Islaind, notice will
Ilhereafter be given.
S vW. W. GEORGE.
Shreveport, Septeimber ,5th, I¢til.
1' LUýIi AS STI EIET
ticrtwicn MIarket fud Faiward,
i :. 'i 1110-dly
office of Dr3 Leslie,
AT THE LATE COURT HOUSE,
M)AJUCET STR' LR T,
,hr."cv' pr'rt. .Tuat" i i -1 v.
itOS. H. SIILDS & CL,
X Rw~, Book,. IVr~appingg- P1ri7ing
i'.ItI)' ANDº CARl) l3ARf;,,
Foreigu aud Domestic Stationary,
j ) I r.Avri~t: $'T.,a:u11 10 BA.NK 1P,l.Ar I.
y:..cv Orleati*. --lri-lv,--k1% -Arrir,"
t'tej-1tv-., Iiursday- and i ulk
da: at t p.m. D partsni. DtVjr v1iav;,
\X'(Lue.41;Lay& Sfatlltfls at 4 ;l:m.
J \,xa i.- Ifai.r-- -" a -l ý ijt""kl at- -11.; II.
1'I -.dcav -, L'rid:s la;and Tiati a'-s
'ha .. aini S:,, iilavs aIt 4 a. ni.
at 7 a1. ii,. l)(rjiirtsdatily at; 1111
Alb ca Mal- S oC i-Wolrc.klIyn Ar!
ri,"".- 'l'iiCr Iust: anid Satridavs at 6;
p. i. I"ptit ModLa vs a d Fri.
12Ill. 1 )cjarts *'lui.-
Ihtty; Rt 1 p. nt.
Ofs me bours---.Irrkx 8 to 12 a. Iax.; froxn
$itrndays, frsn~n b to 9 n.m.
II. ILUN SIU(EIt, 1'. M1.
ICE! ICE! IC'E!
la GCAR(() of' Rockl~trd . Lake,
,A1~ by A. EN*LE- & .CQ.
Shrevepoi'., AI*iI '2 n i-1-tf
Published in the city of Shreve
port, Parish of Caddo, every M]enday
morning at the low price of $2 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 puhlished
in the State, the sheet is 24 by 36 in
ches, and contains twent1i-eight col
umans 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 art'les. In fact it is one of
BEST FAMILY PAPERS,
published in the South.
Specimen copies will he forwarded
to such as desire subscribiug.
The columns will contain articles,
selected andoriginal, 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
tention of the publisher.
The columns of the News will be
open to every pterson. Personal arti
cles will not, ulrder any circumstances,
(dither as communications or adver
tisements,) be published.
Correspondence is solicited from all
Papers publishing the above thrree
months, will beentitled to an exchange
for the Daily.
IMayiafield Fenale College.
I)Eo,'r'o PARISH LA.
rl he Fall session of this Institution
I will open on Wednesday, 2nd
October 1861, with a full and (ffhicient
Faculty. The domestic department
will be under the immediate superin
tendence of the PIresident and his
lany, and e..rv thffrt will b e made
to promote the co(mfbirt of those e(i
trusted to thelir charge.
o LCoton, prorisimos, Comafrdecrate
lnmds or T'rasury? notes taken isn peay:
meant of Board and Tuition.
F'or other information, Address.
CHAS. 1. STUART. President.
=) I C OI - , N O :
Ready Proof Press,
Pt/tented Jane 1st., 18G1.
To Country Publishers.
L ILE want of 'a cheap proof press
has long beon felt by publishers of
country papers ansd small Job Offices.
The undersigned kn,,wing this from
experience, haes invented a prIess of
this sort (similar to Hoe & Co.'s) and
Offirs it to the craft as thl cleeal,pest
in the market. Instead of a solid
cast-iron cylinder, it is maihde of sheet
iro, and tilled, Tleing a decided imn
provemenilt. as it gives elasticit y to
to the' (.\limnl.r. 'I'he ('IcSt of lln or'
dt Only $20. i
1'riitt,'rs kt ,w thu. ftfe'ts ,ft aking
prof ,,n the handl press. The pro
(I.ss hlig not only slw, butl injuirmi u.:
htil to, the press and the, ty"ji.
'l'lhis pres:; bviati s all tilhese dliis:al
vintaa:ces. It mighat :aIls,, be used t,
print .-oall hills.
It i m:ade light for trmlasportation.
weig-hing, not ,vvr 75 pounds, lthe ,ed
heing matde of seasoned inch plunk.
ft can be placed c .n a table or box, and
requ ir's but little roomn.
F'rinters visiting Shreveport are
re.'quested to call ancd see the press.
Address J. DICKINSON,
Papers pullising the above will
be entitled to a deduction of ten per
ent: in cAse they purechase.
Published in Vicks]nirg, Miss., 'by
T. 8. Martin, Chlas. A. Cone, and
Geo. H. Elwell. Terms, $10 per an
num for the Daily; Weekly, $3. The
Sun is the only paper in Vicksburg
published every day in the week.
Published in-Vicksburg, Miss.. by
M. Shannon. Terms, in advance,
Daily per annum, $8; Weekly, $3.
HOME INDUSTRY, &o.
Tredegar Iron Woerks.
Portable Steam Engines with or
without wheels. Stationery Steam
Engines with doable flue boilers.
,Circular Saw Mtills of the most mod
ern and improved contruction. We
challenge the trade to produce a bet
ter or nlore effective article at a less
price. Cotton Gin and Grist Mill
Burrows Corn and Flouring Mill.
Straub Corn Mills.
india Rlobbel,r Belting.
Woodwruth Plaining and Matching
Artesian Well Tools and Pipes fur
nishe.d to order.
Steam (Guages, Whistles, &e.,
and every description of Pllantation
and Railway Machinery.
Send and get an illustratted cata
lone of our Machiinery,tfree by luail;
alL.we ask is a preference at the suume
price with equally good North1erln
Works. Addrtess E. M. IVN'S,
No. 53 St. Charles st., N. U.
SO T UHILER "
Corner of ITexs and Edward Sts
AVING porman,,ntly l-oat'.d in
Shreveport, I .1 prel'ar('d t) mau
utfacturt, tirmln the raw lutterial. :lni
right at 1hoiox.
MARBLE MEONl _MENT,.
TAIBLETS 4, TOMB S TONES,
Of ,every de scri jt ion, int the bLst work
muxxlr ike munnttr.
IRON FI l Xu"l .
iThe iiul ersignd havilg mael ar
ra/tigenlvts 'vith t.he ianuteirurr-.s,
is 1ow pr paredl to ,rder every des
IRON "EN'IN( ,
suitalhle fir 4.nclloesingx lhuiline. .a"
dells, c niet trtv lits. etc., also
i." gallriets and hlin lenis, lwhich
will he.,id at MANUFA('TEI(TRS
PRIC I .i (addinger traslportation.
Plurchasers aret invited t,' call and
exeaullineL the varieOs stl 1Is. at the
Sutontlerni Marle,,l \\,,rks of
W. II EC I)X.
Corner rof Texas :nd Edwirls Sts.
My Pist I )tlic- is Shrevert l. La.
Suhscribe'r who done et gi e* x prei.
noti e to tihlt i tIxal'v, llare contsielred1
as wisihin to coutinue thte sublscril*.
It sxixeric.rs orel'r thle discontrin
unatie o theihr p:xpers, ,ll. ]ublislrs.
may continut, to send themn till all that
is due bb. paid.
If subscribers neglect or refuse to
take their papers from the otlico to
which'they are directed, they are lihld
responsible until they have settled
:heir biUs andlortered their paper dis
THE GREATMd uDsRLNxorFuTE
Invigorating Aromatic Vegetable
FOR RESTORING 4e PRESERVING
Prepared from Aromatic Bitter Herbs
UNDER THE A UPICIES OF A1
EMINENT PHYSICIA N.
Are an agreeable and. palatable
Invigorating Tonic, prepared froimi
Aromatic Bitter Vegetables, corn
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 Bitte
Herbs, with unparalleled success in
the treatment of internal. diseases and
for purifying thebleod..
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 niecessaly to the
enjoyment of a sound body and mind
will soon be attained..
From their purify3ing iufluence,
the skin becomes steadily smooth and
bright, and they will gradually re
move every trace of eruption or in
fiammation from the face or body as
they progress in the purification of'the
Viewing them simplyv 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, being grateful to the taste; of.an
exqisitely delicate flavor-imparting
to the palate a soothing aromatic ef
tifct, equalled only by its purity and
The fhllowing letter regarding the
i'jrity and quality of this Celebrated
Vegetable Tonic, from the eminent
:u,!. 'gifted p1,hysician and chemiist,
Victor E. Canning, so long and fa
vorably known in ccnnction with
the French Academy of Science,
speaks for itself:
Ce/tVmical L, ratm >, Tq'st'Broadwa y.
New York, February 6, 1860.
JMr. Itf \1. Crookes: Dear Sir:
In accordance ,ewit l vonu request of
the 16th ultiimo, I have subjected
sample of your hinvig-,,rating A'roma
tic Vegetablc e Stnm::ýi Bitters to a
careful analysis and find them to be
composed ,of the essenice of Aromatic
Bitter Vegertables of ancient fiune in
the medical world : yet I have never
before ::clvn them so well blende'd ,r
rendered so pleasing to the sense of
'The' Spirit. used in l,.eir r',qnara
tion I t'on td to by perfectly p1ure. ;andu
as ftree from delehteriout elem'ent ;.:
thaut l,roc~nred ifroem the neItui'al j.uicce
ofthe l ,rape.
You daultlhcss had the. :sdsistance of
explcriencd aewldical skill iu prtfect
ingu so excellehnt n combination, :Ts, it
ralyo'." ccurs th:lt, the, bitter. pj:inei
pile. "fos(ss.in;t so much ,r, dheinal
worth, is rend c'-d so palatabh..
('cnt.inue t.'o lmpart. your Smcach
-itt.rs, stricth- in avcord.ance with
the fo;nmula -.not have, "Ilrcend- adop
ted, :rd. thev cnnot fail t~o ~an pro
cdt 'ncncver evr''ythiix. else ot fthe
kind -crithtin my k.no'led,.
I rc.imain, d-ar sir, very respect
V II 'TO I,. (.IlKANNING.
('onnceisi'urs' in fie' hleveruares :nlt
those ainxious to he relieved fi ,,m in
ward su1i'rinug are requllested to test
their qualities fairly and impnrtiallh,
and g!re the publicthe benefit of their
CROOKE,', S'I NVIGOA'ITING,
ARl-MATIC VEI'E:Il'ABLE STO
-MACH BITTERS are sold by Gro
cers, Druggists and Dealers gemwrally
throughout tin' country, aid can be
had as a beverage at the principal
Bars and Saloons.
CROOKS & CO. Sole Proprietors.
'110' Tehoutpitoensd st.: N. Orleans.
--~---i-- -- 4'.---~
Publishers ofi ewspapers
n Niorth Louisiana ant
Texas, who may iir to
dispose of their establishyents 'n
whole or past, by'sendini e 1S
slars, and loality; wil]l find`t their
advantage to address tie .belo*.
Persons desirous:, of -esblishing
Newspapep, or Jobs Eu ablishments
in the interior4 i1 be 'rnisshed with
Estimates, free of 40j6 by ad
dressing me as below." :d if they
order Printing Mt* or Paper,
Ink,. Cards or'iCard ~tds through
me,. will b~ furnushed, . er cash only
or its equivalent-the best bargains,
at Foundry pries.
I offer the following establishments
for Cash, or good negroes with unen
An old established Book au.. - Jb
Printing Office, in a city of 1T0,000
population. Price 87,000.
The material of as Job Office, In a
city of about 35,000 inhabitants.
Price 85,000. '
A Newspaper establishment and
good Job Office connected. ,lPrice
A Newspaper and Job Printing
establishment. Price $4000.
An Adam's Book Power Press,
second hand, in good order, nmedittm
size. Price $1000.
A Ruggles Card and Bill Head
press, will print any ordinary size
job at the rate of 1500 to 2000 in:
pressions per hour.(New.) Price $225.
A Ruggles Card and Bill Head
press, old size, second hand. 'Price
Fine Printers' blank cards, China,
Satin lEnamelled,. and India, from
81 to 83 per thousand. Funeral,
Note, and other paper.
=None but cash orders will re
ceive any attention. Paper 24r6ti
I:have also for sale, the following
second hand materials :
A font of 500 lbs. Brevier,
.. . " 260 " "
. " . 160 ".
" . 510 ' Long Primer,
6 tonts 2 line Brevier.
4 " Long Primer Condensed.
Together with the column, head, ad
vertising and dash rules, leads, &e.
Also-A Medium Printing Press,
Roller Mould, &c., all complete, and
the following materials used for a
short time in tbh publieatlon of a
weekly paper: About 850 lbs. of
Bour-ge,is-and Minion, with two line:
letter; column, head, advertising and
dash rules, cases, chases, etc.
These materils will be sold: low
All the requisite materials for a
paper 21x28, will be f urnished f,,r
;-)0, decidedly aheap.
An entire outfit for a paper 2Gsxo,
I rhave the disposal of, for the excee<?d
ingly loa~price of $1000.
l'The Job Type of a well assortesd
Jlob ) ffice. together with c:bine',
and .1ol, Press, Lead;and Brass Rule
Cutter, etc.. Price $550.
22-t rf Shreveport, i.:.
: TYIPE FO1'-DRIY. ~.
Till: E O()NLY MANUFACT( RY
()1" TYPE ON SOTTIIERN
StoIIl SOUTH I I B3AL
rI l'm¶I Proprietors o( the :lcove Fo::ndr-i
h.. hav, also united wit'h their Foundry: a
Printors' Furnishing Warehousee,
hav'inm 'n hand, or tirn-ishing to order,
every artihlerequ.isite tfr at Printing oflice,
tfrm a IU(DKLN.to a TEX-CYL1N1)EI.i
'I'l and s 'rintiug Materi:l from any
Famltyre N rith whenl required.
W(Iii. anidI mwillu.anufacture in Rihanoin,
aS ~g.l ;ill :article, and at thess mne speic. lIr:n
asr'w, va any Foundry North. 1v rts$IYct
fully solicit the patrounge of tihe South.
ang30-1m t HENRY.L. fPELori: i ('Co
COTTONI SEED OIL.
40 Gllons for sal ait l.ost. It is e
cellent for burning, or can be used to ad
vantago by Painters, as a substitute for
linseed Oil. Apply at the News Otffice.
£P Po.stma.'ters are reques'ted to
act as age. tsfbr I- th v ews, and re
tatin c4per centfrom amountol forwarded