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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 22 April 1861

PUBIiSHE:D EVER MONDAY MORNINIG,; AT -6.50 PtER A 'NNU, IN ADVANCE. VOL. 1. SHREVEPORT, LA., MONDAY, APRIL 22, 1861. __ SATURDAY .APRIL 13. Six of one and Six of the other. "Now, dearest," she softly said, "'You must abandon smoking; It spoils your looks-and then your breath Indeed it's most provoking, Did God decree that man should be A chimney flue regarded? Then, darling Fred, lIt be said. Tobacco you've discarded." "Hflaw, well, my dear," said Fred, "I fear, That will not be so easy; But, like a man, 1'11 try a plan, And do the bent to please ye, Did God intend that woman's ruind Such wondrous things should brew, love As bustles, bloomers, crinolines, Or hoops de-dooden-do, lover "But really, if"-whif, whif, whif, whif, "And mind you, I'm not joking If you'll abandon crinoline, By Jove!-I'll give up smoking. Rhymes and Fun. Irm ESQUE. She goes to church on Sunday, And sits in a cushioned pew ; And her beautiful eyes grow sleepy, As the eyes of deacons do. Angels bang 'round the...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 22 April 1861

Weekly News.a I'er of Texas arn spring .: r ý aer'p store. Eintraiv; on Spring street.'! SUR TERMS: taeu oiim e aaforoarded. to any ad "y *Auip &W4Ai9U* are not receired 1ewstme!I 4nei*ccptpanies the name. ''rhe News will be sent two years f~~CiJahp~rD.Maa 004 Lorf d Palmerston's Or gan. L-.n!tias subject the London Morn- t, in~ Post, of the 22d, also remarks: i: .ee tilne has -not yet arrived when t snations can either be asked , edto enQcer into diplomatic -a iqn with the new confederation t: s h has sprung up in the Gulf a te. The negotiations of Mr. Jef- e na- Davis and the Congtss as- n mbled at Montgomery, are at t present confined to the object of t sh taining frpm the Federal Govern- i merit that .recognition of the right of secession which in reality would con vert t once powerful national union a to a mereleague ofsovereign states, each member of which would be jus tilfed in withdrawing, at any moment, from the association. In the pre settee of the exiciting and, at t...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 22 April 1861

I'V So..Now that t'he warm wutath- The er is about to set in, every body who the fol studleb bl' d saltlh, endeavors to get tions somethingto purify the blood. and againi put the system in a proper condition. Warm elimntes, we all know, have, a Thi tendency to weaken the most robust eert and healthy persons. and on the ap- cinit proach of the summer season, medici- tered nal drinks are in great demand, but it comm is very seldom that the purehaser suo- Charl coeds in getting anything beneficial, the gi owing to the influx of patent medi- not m cines, put up in the north by inpos- there sens. We advertise in this issue oft view the News, Crookde'Invigorating Aro- not te pistic Vegetable Stomach Bitters. to The I which we direct the particular atten- erunm lion of our readers. Mr. C. is a gcn- New tlentau. whose reputation is too well thern known in New Orleans, to venture drid.l bringing before the public anything 1least that would prove otherwise than as re- hexa presented by him. I...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 22 April 1861

TED&AY APRIt 10. O'n o terday, morning, pursuant to , a meeting of the Cadd ' a ptdl04 Rifles was 'held . e (i (liee Theater, ftr the pur qiafforling all a chance of en i ?w a might feel so disposed. ''hie meeting was called to oirder J.4 -S. Flournoy, Esq.. who was apointed Cairitnau. After whlich "-r. F, deli'vered ashort pithy adcdr'ss. Loud caL were tlhen 'made fti,-rMssrs. Austin, Hodlg t, Battle and I.Undrnum. ' .Iin.TJo. Laudruu, Ihavingttaket the stand, proceeded to address- then is.lna blage, ina discourse, secondl to none tbjt it has been our good forlune to hear. He- stated that the call for voholmteers, by the P'resident of our conrederacy, in his opinion was. '"t,r a"peae. cthference" that "P1resident iDavis wished to let ltiurctlin know tjat 'we are prepared." Mr. 1.'s re tta;ws were to tite point, and the tf feet was depicted on the ernutlltetnices of. all. lie ended amttid itniilse -heers, by stating that "it is no time to make speeches; it is thie hour for ...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 29 April 1861

PTUBLISHED EVERY MONDAY MO RNING, A-T 82.50 PER ANNUM, IN. ADVANCE. VOL. 1. SHREVEPORT, LA., MONDAY, APRIL 29, 1861. . . . . . . . .. ..~ • : 1 "li esate.d reeulpy for as Neas.n Th FILM UM Last ,acriSice. as Ar AgwraTs AT Muvaoa Cas3K. no (A Tale of the Wilderness] r MAY 18. It was towards the lat- c ter end of May that I set out from m, New Orleans, with the intention of to proceeding over-land to Savannah.'y I knew the fatigue I should have to undergo, the delays I should expc- h rienee, and the possible dangers I tl might encounter; but I had heard ant read so much of what there was re to excite admiration in the regions o through which I should pass, as well ra as to gratify curiosity in the scenes m of savage life I should behold, that ar I willingly consented to pay the if price of such gratifications. My im- P' agination kindled at the thought of i traversing a space of many hundred "~ miles, through gloomy forests of pine, b oak, and cedar, over wide-spread 8e swamps, acr...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 29 April 1861

WW T y News. 51*r .wnd Proprietor. irdir of Texas and Spring ,beeS,, over Bayr', store. W 'Entrance on Spring street. j . UR TERMS : 'ejw·eruqrieapiurEarded ioany ad Wdswa, .ut aubcwpiytionw are not received , ikPSQmteyacfonsparn~s Me name. eTi'e ws wiln be sent two years Y 4Ju F Uar:s. ESDJAY and THURSDAY. . in New Orloaus. We find in the Crescent, the fol Iowing account of the reception of the news in that city, of the seceding of Virginia : Notwithstanding that the secession ,o  Virginia had for some days been looked upon as a fixed fact, the final anuucaoement of that fact, by tele ph, yesterday afternoon, threw "community into a state of the ~iaot noisy and jubilant excitement. Before the news had appeared in the after-editions of the evening papers, it spread electrically about ,the streets, and for the time caused a very general'suspeusion of business. Some gentlemen connected with the cotton houses on Carondelet and .Common streets, speedily brought out a small cannon, or s...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 29 April 1861

FRIDAY and SATURDAY WhIe' Try 11t Perous desIrous of locating them selves in ouyJnidst for the purpose of establishing factories, should avail themselves of the good opportlunities offered in the way of real estate. We know of many locations here suita ble for the purpose named, which can now be purchased at very low figures, affording a good chance for prohttable investment, and, besides, we know that the citizens of Shreveport and vicinity, would extend to such an cn terprise all possible encourugetment. We must and will have in the South, nmanufactories of all kinds; and a bet ter point than this is not easily found, why, therefore, cannot some enterpris ing person make the attempt here. Our business transactions with East ern Texas, outside of our home con sumption, would be an inducement of itself. We should make our own shoes; manufiteture our cottonade; and it hundred other things not worth while enumerating. No better opening is offered for a tannery. The proprie ty of estab...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 29 April 1861

6ree to tZ ,I o be cut down like It . am tho last ( oi'ay rate, and goe is nq hand liut amy own to aen4 a-;e 'o the Spirit At these words he took his scalp ing-knf from his belt, and. with a 'imhiaHigriog hand, drew it slowly acros. the abdomen! The blood .gtshed--the bowels fell out. I could see no more. Staggering towards a treer hid my face in its luxuriant brasches. But still I heard his voice --faintly and moroe faintly--repeat ig the words.h "I go to my fatherse sm the last of my race! I am the last of my rnce!"-till guttural. indis tinet paspintg,- sudden fall, and a dpd aiilmoe, -preclaimed that he was a corpse! SAnd Iws aMa , with that dead ntnsa erc me-and in the solitude of mighty forests and not asound disturb in'that solitude but the dripping of his warm blood upon the dry leaves beanethl And t hcre was now the living guide to lead me through their labyrinths, to chase from drooping spirits the ghastly horror which rear ed itself before them, that, perchance, Imightaev...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 6 May 1861

~Ijc 0IrctiporoWcrgN PUBLISITED EVERY MONDAY MO RNING, AT X2.50 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. VOL. 1. SHREVEPORT, LA., MONDAY, MAY 6, 1861. Fromr the Picayune. A Mother's Memories. Two twining buds their tendrils clasped Around a mother's heart; Two loving little bosoms beast, In unison npart. Two loving littt spirits cheered The Ihnily circle dear; Two loving little voices made Sweet mulsic to the ear. Tw, pairof little pattering feet, That roved from room to room; Taw pair of loving little Ihands. ?Now clasped within the tomb. Two little empty chairs, once filled. leside the f :nily board; Alas! they're but mementore now, Of gems in Heaven stored New Orleans, April J. LETr. IA. [The above was written in reference to the sad loss recently sustained L:y M1r. andl Mrs. .lolhn Fowler, in tihe death of two ean et children-lovely in life, and lovely- in de'th,. I.. P.] &elretrd Expressly for t/ce .V44C5. The Murder Hole. AN ANC'I.'NT 1.Et 4:X44. I44 a rit not.( district '.f eon4ltrv he lot...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 6 May 1861

ATITE INTELLIGENCE I Agril O6:-Thirty-nine nasyl ansi have res a cll . fr volunteers, lut£ sm hay been accepted. emiwrmau, a member of the U. 8. Senate, is serving as a ptritvan ilmi on, Del., April '°.-Tb Goyernuaor of Delaware has issledl his cel for troops to defend the Unitn. t i e numbers of Baltimorea;ns. who4&vo fled the sc'nle' Ife -tilitites,. tav trdrivued at New Yoirk mall 'htil ilaadphia, April 2t.-A gantle m$a who hvft Charleston on 'Tus day says that Uen. IBeauregard ,t as ,*here= superintentding the rxepairs t' .aart tumter, anticipating an attack gsai0 rthe North on Clharlestit. .The same informtratt tsays no nmove .tent of troops Northward. * hiladelphia., April tt;.-lr is 1,. kfr~ed th lu ry lund tg =isluire cn not assemble a quortan at Fre derick otn Friday. Fortress )Motroe staopped Ia ttg and schooner and seized their enrqu, (o ,taiinginmilitaty stores itr 'iirgitia, and a full Iight artillery buattier. Petersburg, April 'G.--'Thl5 Ex. press says that lo.ttt...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 6 May 1861

Shreveport Weekly News. --0-- Published erery Mlnday Morning, at 02.0500 1cr A> A nui. 3N0. DICKINSON, .afit f.i.,r IJ~tU, , 8tlr .'1 ciI S -riia OUR rERMS .prrimea copJfirafflaI I. J! tovI,,y dress, bitt subscr&.ltirn an cl,·r nolt nri'n, ed l'ite Neuw will lug .tpptwo N. r :nI Teunessecis I'osilion. 110 . 411,11\ 1(11 1ii4t l;on '11ILE uT I t -hat itviti- as I'--.-ui lri I- 1; 3ltjst a t ,, ,Iftiii iit, ""'1~ Ii l I'i ,iit. I " litl tIctuitt i . a Ed winit Eit g ru- i n )i 1 1 $i1a Itutu ha tir-vti-il. : I'1l I ",i t~ , .h: l ijiit hv4 iau IplI~i u-a i Ii i whliol it i iifcn i tt anti t i--. r, llt il oldi L tui,lliland li " a i ru.t aw i.. Bitt , i~tlu itl..iiti y hi.- t nai ll l ii i - J14)1.ltt (.14,111 i-i( l 1 t II ri-I ,111.1tiho : r, f all I- I. I r l flii ('t t a It ")M ..-i'.- A ,Itl. :.I 11. i sii at- .- 'ai-t- (,.:httii, t'. tII·. ilti tilt' :t;.,ut11 :1 , 1 u th u · ait. 14.= . tnjustiaw tI-ati.,t% l*I't.h i \tlt ). I . , m - i i 11111 ""-11 , -i" 11 a I -tI t I...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 6 May 1861

.Dmaug of a Veteran Journalist. 'lt t egrph Friday brought us *e Pnvs aounocementthat Joseph Ser aBueklingjam, the oldest Amleana journalist of his day, died, the day before, at.his residence, in Cambridge, Maesachusetts. Few men have led a basie* and more ac tive life than this veteran of the press. His name has been connec ted with many literary and journal istic enterprises, one of which lust, ,foanded by him in 1824, and conduc' -ted by him until 1848-we mean the Boston Courier-remains a credi table monument to his.euterprise and his usefulness. The family name of the subject of our sketch was Tinker. His father, 'Nihemiah Tinker, of Windham, Ct., (esa7s the New Amirican Encylop sdii,) exhausted his whole property to the support of the American army, during the Revolutioanry war, and died in 1783, leaving a family with out means of support. Joseph was apprenticed to a farmer, with whom lie remained for several years. While in this family, he showedsomne desire for knowledge, and...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 6 May 1861

PUBLISIED EVERY MONDAY MOINING, AZT $2.50 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. VOL. 1. SHREVEPORT, LA., MONDAY, MAY 6, 1861. From the Picayune. A Mether's Meleeries. Two twining buds their tendrils clasped Around a mother's heart; Two loving little bosome beat, In unison apart. Two loving little spirits cheered The fanily circle dear; Two loving little voices made Sweet music to the ear. Tw> pair of little pattering fret, That roved fromt room to room: Two pair of loving little hands, Now claspe,d withinl the tomb. Two little empty chairs, once filled. beside the family board: Alas! they're but mementees now, Of gems in Heaven stored New Orleans, April '. LETITIA.. [The above was written int reference to the sad loss recently sustained by M r. andt airs. John Fowler, in the death of two s. ect children-lovely in life, and loIvly in death. I.. P.] StIrtrd EIpres*y for tit lrtws. t The Murder Ilole. AN ANCIe.'I IE.PEND. In a remote- district if eonmntrv be longing to Lord bie.sillii, btwieen r ...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 6 May 1861

ottptAost WJEST PAGEB. e that or be t down like att trc, and te is nq hand ut profounne y owa to 9 stpe to the Spirit Conmner Wforldt' boasts. At these words he took liis scalp- and Re ing-knifls ftrcom his belt, and,. with a t'idacinfin~hg hand, drew it slowly isia.na across the abdomenl The blood effort or gusted-thebowels fell out. I could The I e as more. Staggering towards a ing fro, treer"I hid my face in its luxuriant attracte branche. But still I heard his voice given e faintlyaand more fainly-repeatLin a reacti the words, "I go to my fathers-1 federac am tie last of my race! I am the about-i last ofmy rael'-tillgut al, indis- Louisia "titet h ragi.--a sudden tall, ant a under t bee,-~proel s that he expects was a eorpee! tiers of AndI.was alone, with that dead hearted ainlefbreme-and in the solitude of have li mibhty forests aid notasounddisturb- and So iug that solitude but the dripping of abidin, his warm blood upon the dry leaves themnbe beneathl -And where was now the...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 13 May 1861

PUBLISHED EVERYY MONDAY O 10-NING, A.T $2.50 PER ANNTUMf, IN ADVAJNCE. VOL. 1. SHREVEPORT, LA., MONDAY, MAY 13, 1861, NO? 4. Shreveport Weekly News. ~-- Publithed eerry Mlronday .1orning, at "02.50 Per Annurn. JNO. DIOCKINSON, Editor and Proprietor. n- " Ofrc, rorner of Tr.rs ond Spring streets, orer J3ri.r's store. _'rEntrance on Bering strct., J OUR TERMS: Specimeu ropiesorucard/Id to an(y atd dress, but subcriptionI anre not recrCir'Cd unless the money erriutnp/rr/tn., th nlame. The News will be bent two ye:ars for Four Dollars. ,ýS ýS v-Y;Ejj eý _p g IL j'*,, .To Arms. Tho war d'ruml is hecating-prepare ior ith fight: Tte stern blAst Nnrthitjint* ititia his mI::r third on your Ihlight weapoin ---lor fienaL~' tare liigh, And thii sl :e, s w'i tchs,-rd-"W,:. (, us. QLT'R tli l~l l:." The trLnnrct it 'onnil.] t.g , IrIt,, n uldn t o fiore. "iling t iti to t, Ih solight ii hatiter ii high. Inbcribfd a itli tht raIh-.wird--"w ctinl. quer sr dir MaTrhl i onl| tol th t ,l i-rkl£!']...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 13 May 1861

Message of Preside t Davis. ,hie iihe GeO ismen of Congress-It is my lie pleasing 4 to annonuce to yoe ," . i that the Suatitulion framed for thl (orei establih;ent of'a permaneut Govern- IV p menteff the Confederate States of cont America has been ratified by the sev- Th oral conventions of each of thos.e i L Talei"liech- were referred to, to in- ted ugurate the said Government in its '1' 'ill proportions and upon its own who 'a of t. popular will. was tend It only remains that elections rnd -.bould be -bold for the designation of1 vie, he dieersto administer it. post .% `here is every reason to believe prot that at no distant day other States ship i.tentified in political principles and L .omtuumauity of interests with those outt which you represent, will join this to i C nfederacy, giving to its typical at tl onactellatiou increased sple:idor-to dai its government ot ftree, equal anti :aut sovereign States, a wider sphere of the u ;._la .. ,::tad to the friends of con- ing . " ...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 13 May 1861

19,000 men, and 10,000 are now en. 'route for Virginia. proposed to or ganise and hold in readiness for in st.nt action, in view of the present exigencies of the country, ans army of 100,000 men. If further force be peeded the wisdom and patriotizsp of the Congress will be confidently ap poaled to for authority to call into the field additional upinbers of our noble spirited volunteers, who are 'constantly tendering their services far in excess of our wants. The opl.rations of the Navy De partlnent have been necersaru'ily rcs tricted by the fact that sufficient time has not yet elapsed for the purchase or constructionl of more than a limit ed numbers of vessels adapted to the p-tblic service. Two vessels have vesn purchased and manned, the Sumter and McRea, and are nuw be ing prepared for sea, at Net: Oleans, w-itall p, assibledispatch. Contracts h ve :lso been made at that city, aWith 'wo different establishment , fo,r t.l' ca-tin g of ordnance-cannon, .ont and shell-with the view...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 13 May 1861

&. . ct. d E. ..r..s iyfor the . ew.. . P .1 lilS~iia Trial of Murders. t_ 1w Fropl the Foreign Quarterly Re- Vw view, No. VII.) IC Thear lived In Lyons, in a respec- b, table station of life, a man named , PeterCliaulius Chevallier, whose am- ' iable qualities and gentlemauly ap- g pearance. had obtained for him the n esteam of the citizens. It was his 1 nativeplace,althoagl he had long been a absent; and he was mnrried to the ti last of four wives, with whom he had it uniformly lived in contentment and w peae. Oune day a child was stolen A in aneighbourig village by a gen- I teelly dremed man, who had enticed b the little ri vtim with bop-bons and caresses, till; i oauTht him up i t his arms, ad edit with the prize.. A h hot pursuit .immediately commenced, 1 and after great difficulty, the crimi nallwaa.apprehended ; when, to the t astoiehutlent of all Lyons, he was f di(covered to be Peter Clundius d .hevallier, "sons-chef" in the "be- ! reau des finances" of the perfecture...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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