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Pdisheldewrdyews s tegay, Wlednesa, Thr
day. Fridiyg, and iatarday morning,
Office, o Texas Street,
Above Spring jzar the Mayor'. alce.
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Deliverd by carrier, 20 cents
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For professional and business cards, (in
cluding the Daily paper,) not exceeding
five lines, for 12 months,- 15--without
'hle privilege of yearly advertisers is
strictly limited to their own immediate and
regular business; and the business of an
advertising firm is not considered as.inclu
ding that of its individual members.
Advertisements published at irregular
intervals, $1 per square for each insertion.
Announcing ca:didates for a District or
State office, $10; for a Parish office, $10;
City office, $5-to be paid in advance.
All advertisements for strangers or tran
sient persons, to be paid in advance.
Advertisements not mhrked on the copy.
for a specified time, will be inserted till,
forbid, and payment-exacted.
Marriages and deaths will be published
as news; obituaries, tributes of respect, and
fttuteral invitations as other advertisements.
DR. A. F. CLARK,
ofice at T. H. Morris' DA,' Store.
Corner of Spring and Farrin Ste.
SMITH 4- LEWIS,
Drugs, P tints, Oils, Varnishes ai;
SltG. IlF THE: GOLDEN MORTAR,
Shreveport, Texas St.
S. II V SON,
Office nearly opposite the
-- GEO. IV. KENDIALL,
) E N T I ST
Oifice, cornxtr Market and Milan sts.,
Opposite the Ban&k.
ill SHREVEPOqRT, LA
D. D. O'BRIEN,
Office coruer Canal St,. and Exchange
Place, No. 6,
NEW OaLtsNS, LA.
Weekly City Correspondence in
English, French, German and Span
ish Languages, furnished on moder
Just Arrived and tbrSale.
A LARGE lot of FLOUR. from
Williams' Mill, at Bonham, Fanin
county, Texas, superior to any Extra
from the West.
E, & B. JACOBS,
Jwd-ltw - Texas street.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
HODGE Of AUSTIN;
Attorneys at Law,
Ojece over Childere . Beard's Store.
Cor. Texas and Spring sts.,
ni-lyd SHRuvPORrT, LA.
J. c. MONCURE,
Attorney at Law,
Ojice with L. M. NIat, corner of
Milam and Market atreets. s2-4d-ly
EMMET D. CRAIG,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Ofce, opposite Post Ofice,
Will practice in the Courts, of
Caddo. DeSoto, and Bossier. Ldly
L. M. N4TT,
Attorney at Lawr,
Ofice, corner Milam n- Market Streets.
Practices in Caddo, Bossier and
LEON D. MARKS. THOS. 0. POLLOCK.
MARKS 4 POLLOCK.
Attorneys & Counsellors at Law.
P RACTICE in copartnership in all
the courts held in the city of Shreve
port, and in the parishes of De Soto
Ofice on Market street near Milam.
ROBT. J. LOONEY. SAM'L WELLS.
LOONE Y4 WTELLS,
Attorneys 4. Counselors at Law.
WV ILL practice in the Courts of
Caddo and surrounding parishes, and
in the Supreme Court at Monroe and
Alexandria. Office on Market street,
near the Postoffice, Shreveport, La.
J. E. PIILP ", J. V. ROGERS
Phelps & Rogers,
(Buc'e. .ss rs to T. H. Etheridge )
Grocers &C iomn issionMerchants
Cor. i_'onme-rce and 1iluam sis..
Keep constantly on hand a large as
sortment of Staple and Fancy Gro
ceries, Hay, CGrn, Oatf, et-.
Advances made on consignments to
our friends in New Orleans. nlS ly
J. R. Simpson. G. M. Calhoun.
Simpson & Calhoun,
WAREEHOUSE & COMMISSION
MER (CHA NTS,
LRecei cing and Forwarding Agents,
Having leased the popular and coninio
dious Warehou,.t of Mysors. Howard, Tally
& (c'o., uaiil h;a:,v had long experience in
husiness, we ht.., to receive a share of the
Imblic vatro:a . and pledge ourselves to
Ih, all in our (, . r to give entire satisfcte
tion in all I.lA :-ni entrusted to our care.
All wer a . . trial. no25
A fS SO ' I , T IONS.
i. (. O. F.
' The regular meetings of
KEITHI LODG I , No. 21, are held
on Wednesday eveuinge. at 7 o'clock,,
at their Lodge Room on Texas street,.
JNO. DICKINSON, N. G.
N. SElIOMAN, Secretary. nlO
SMA ON IC.
SHREVEPORT LODGE of F.
and A. M. No. 115, meets
every Friday at 74 P. M.
JoN W. JONE, W. M.
J. H. Brownlee, Sec'y.
Shreveport Chapter of R. A. M. No. 10.
meets on the 2nd a :d 4th Monday of each
month, at 7} P. M G... G. McWILLAMs,
T. C. Waller, Recrder. H. P.
Shreveport Council, i. and S. M. No. 5,
meets on the Ist and 3d b,,:urday of eacrl
month, at 7j P. M. EMMET I. CRAIG,
Henry Levy, Recorder. T.'.G.'.M
t-iPlacc of meeting, at the Masonic Hall
on Texas street, over Mayor's office. no24
MISQELL.ANQBO . ' j
The Era No. 6, Captaipn
John Kouns, will runbn
tween this place and New Orleans
Givingthrough bills of Lading.
Oct. 12th 1861. 4
We will be pleased to receive con
tributions from our frtends, in and
around Shreveport. An occasional
article from our planters, relative to
the crops, will be very acceptable.
In fact, we desire correspondence.
from every section of the States.
Personal artices will not bie pub
lished, either as'communications or
Those friendly to our undertaking,
who may hear of any local, or othe
items, that will prove of iuterest4
our readers, will favor us byhanding
in the same at the office of the News.
In writing, be brief and concise,
bearing in mind, that lengthy com
munications are seldom appreciated
by newspaper readers.
Job Work must be paid for on de
Mr. JOHN WV. TABEn, is our au
thorized agent in Natchitoches.
Mr. D. D. O'BnIes, No. 6, Ex
change Place, New Orleans, is our
authorized Agent for that city.
Mr. H. C. CLARKE, Bookseller, i;
our authorized agent for Vicksturg
Mr. J. H. LOFTON, is *,ur agent
at Bellevue, Bossier Parish.
Mr. A. L. HAY, of the News D)
pot, is our authorized agent in Jeffer
Texas Stage & Livery Stable,
On Milam St. opposite the Varan
PfHE proprietor has been to great
J expense to make this the most
d, -irable Stable in the city, it is con
v. ,i-ent to the Steam boat lauding.
Ii,::"-es will be boarded by the day,
wV, k or month, on the most reasona
bl. :erms. Persons visiting Shreve
pon or going to New Orleans, by
le, ing their horses at thisestablish
nmi ::, can rest assured thao they will
b.- well attended to. Oi.ly give him
a call and satisfy yours.elves.
JOHN CAL! WELL.
nlo 39 -ly.
[t- It should be borne in :ind that the
Daily News contains the late.,, intelligence
received at this puint. The paper doee not
go to press until ai'ter the ar:i val ofthb :nali.
It is delivered by Cariier for $8 per year or
$4 fbr six months. Z.3j
One ti' Them,
One of the ju-' niles, though con
siderably advar -rl, presented him
self ntt lo . - 'e for admission to
a public sch, ,i is ar the dry dock.
lie was shown :, seat; and in the
course of the r ,rning the master re
Iolved to ent:- into a little examina
tion of the youth's capacities and
knowleslge, prior to assigning him to
a cl:ass. Calling to the boy to st:nud
up, he, asked :
Do you know anything about
1 don't know anything else," said
Very well. Now attend : in the
beginning God inade the world.
All the boy knew of grammar was
what he had heard that very morning
from the classes reciting around hi,;
bath had been taught, that when
he we s ghtiiug in tliethds ;' amum
strike straight oft homn hihkelduea,,
right and left, and all would be isglt.
Parse world he drawled apt in
quiringly; so as to gain time.
Yes. In the beginning God made
the world. Parse world.
Wall, world is the biggest kind of
noun, masculine gender, all-sorts of
tense, past, present and future, and
(slapping his hand down on the desk
with a force that shook the building)
it is governed by God! Now fetche
on your Sunday school scholars, old.
hoes, and see if they can beat that.
Richmond, Oct. 28.-The Rich
mond Dispatch will publish to-mor
w a list of the killed and wounded
at the battle of Leesburg. In the
18th Mississippi Regiment-killed,
privates, Richard L. Gray, Levi
Meyers, W D Wade. Wounded,
Col. Burt, seriously-died on Satur
day ; Sam McDowell, dangerously;
H Jack, seriously; Aaron Goodman,
arm amputated;, Howell L J Webb,
severely; James Bloxion, seriously:;
Erastus L LTad, severely; James
M Ore, arm amputated, Samuel Ar
rington, severely; Yancy Cooper,
seriously; Solomon Tooson, serious
ly. The following were slightly
wounded : Edward Myers, Wm Rand
cliffe, DB Buckner, H E Pope, M
R Campbell, J R Gray, S B Barns,
C Cherr, BR Knight, Louis McLa
ven, Capt. James L Jayne, Lient. W
P Maxey, Edward Meyers. Total,
3 killed and 25 wounded.
Company B.--Killed, Wm Han
son.-Wounded,. Jno Devine, seri
ously; N B Saunders, slightly;
Willis Haddox, slightly; Geo C
Company D.--F W Mobley, W
E Carroll.-Wounded'-F R Bostick,
seriously; Arthur Gary, slightly,
James McKincary, seriously, John
T Morris, mortally ; James S Reily
mortally; Thomas Wilson, leg am
putated ; Joel Wolfe, slightly ; Issac
Company E.-Killed, none woun
ded, A Martin, mortally ; A G Brock,
arm shot off; W H Harris, slightly;
WV E Hambleton, slightly; Capt.
WVetburn, slightly in the neck.
Company F.-Killed, A M Stew
art, W L Owen. Wounded, Jona
than Rusey, seriously; J W Forbes,
mortally ; H B Price, seriously; N
W Helm, seriously ; W H Holloway,
seriously; W L Warcombe, serious
ly ; S J Winslead, seriously; G C
Company G.-Killed, J D South
erland, E U J Semms. Wounded,
Capt. A P Hill, shot point fore-arm
C A Allen; seriously; W W Allen,
seriously; T S Coulton, slightly;
11 F Caison, slightly ; John Charles
Company A.-Killed, Ben F Deer.
Wounded, B E Lewis, slightly.
l'his company dropped twelve of the
e.nemy at the first -ire.
Company I.-Killed, Hery VTay
loy, John I Cooper. Wounded, C R
Farr, seriously ; J R Matthews,
Company K.-Killed, J A Pettus,
L W Hollawav, V E Territt.
Wounded, JohnuB Forney, seriously;
S G Cocrtie, slightly; of officers
Col. Burt, mortally, and Major Stew
art slightly wounded.
The casualities in the 17th Mis
sissippi Regiment were few. They,
were out on picket duty, miles away.
Killed and wounded about ten. Thos.
Bodereiner, of the Quitman Grey,
and private Tiruery, of Company G.
wounded, private S. Flippiece Ruck
ett, seriously; M. Owen and J. T.
Sullivan, slightly. Total killed
and wounded 138. The wounded
have been removed from Leesburg as
far as practicable. A few yet re
main. They are kindly and proper
ly cared for.
A Very heavy frost wan visible
fe erommat - Boow' ". n"
Loomis, ehe. , and .re Xc- .;
town.. H. ='ýeove wa .
here to-day, wiea tht eneo
ing insurrectisg td rnebelliou$,
Col. Richard. 'fylor, of lt hi
Louisiana Rw t ent, has be '
moted to be \tigeedier Geneal;'
has been . , p e 4i te the csma
of, the Louii i gadse, in pela e
Brig. Gen,W ,rho has resiged
A man camq to New Orle ans some
years ago exhibitingeix boys and
girls, but all of them were dressed
girls, clothes. They were eso' ,hih
like girls in appearance that he made
money by betting that no one, cVii
tell t'other frome which. An Irish-..
man went out ai$ returned with a
dozen aPles. Tirowingroine to ich
of the ilhiren, he observed that some
cauglt them in their hands; these, he
said, were boys. Others held 'bheir
aprons; these, he said, were girls. Pat
hit it right.
Howo tR.in a Son.-L L et him
have his own way.
2. Allow him free use of money.
3. Safer him to roam where he
pleases on the Saebnsth.
4. Give him &11 access to wick
e5. oall him to h~o account of his
6. Furnish hiota with no stated
em ndent. He will be rained
The Armies of the Potomac.-The a
Richmond Enquirer, of the 21st,.
Information from Manassas repres
ents our army as having fallen back
very nearly to the position held by
us at the time of the battle of July
21st. Bull Run is between the body
of our forces and the enemy. How
near McClellan has advanced his
lines, we are not accurately informed;
but understand that the drilltiring of
his regiments is heard in our camps.
New Orleans CCattle Mlarket.
Carefully revised by the latest N.
Arrived on the 26th, 27th inst., 585
Texas cattle, 39 hogs, and 197 veal
cattle. The stock on sale, is 366
Texas cattle, 48 hogs, 710 sheep aid
527 veal cattle. Sales, 210 Texas
cattle, 35 hogs, 90 sheep and 92
veal cattle. 'he quotations are:
Texas, head, lstqty 30 00m'40 01o0
2d qty.......... 20 00o30 0()
Veal Cattle, r head.. 8 00ui 11 00
Sheep, f head, 1st qty 4 00's 5 0,
Inftirinr.......... 2 50' 3 u(1
Hogs, ' 100 lbs gross. 10 00413 '00
Milch Cows, P head. 35 00(I55 0(1
2d quality....... 16 00r'30 00
We are prepared to print at short
notice, business, weddingE or invita
tion cards, in the neatest possible
style, at from $3 to 86 ptr thousand.
Other kinds of Job Printing at New
Orleans prices. Business men should
avail themselves of this opportiunity
and prepare for the business season.
Tickets for bakers, butchers, etc.,
printed at $2 and $2.50 per thousand.
COMPANY No. 2, 3d (Caddo)
? Regiment, L. MI. Your ar,
hereby notified to appear at compa
ny's head quarters, (N,. 8, on the
Levee) on Saturday, Nov ember 2d,
at 10o'clock, a. m., for squcad drill.
and at 3 o'clock, p. m., for company
drill, armed and luipped as the law
directs. "31. OSON,