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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 28 July 1901

NOTICE Or ELECTION To be held throughdut the parish of Caddo. La., on August 24. 1901. Whereas, on July 18, loit . the police jury of Caddo parish. La., passed the following ordinance. to-wit: AN ORDINANCE Be it ordained by the police jury of Caddo parish, La., in legal session con vened, that the follox¼ ng "recincts and the following polling place: in the par ish of Caddo be and art her:by fixed as the precincts and polling "laces for the election on August 24. t1oo. alread' ordered for voting on the proposition to issue $60,000 bonds for building a jail for the parish of Caddo. La.. and the following commi.tuners and clerks are hereby named, to-wit: WARD ONE. Belcher-J. E. Adger. H. R. Hood. D. S. Romby, commissioners; W. A. Ogilvie, clerk. Ida-J. T. Means. J. S. Jones, F. R. Lawton. commissioners; W. R. Sal mnon, clerk. Rodessa-J. W. Keel, J. L. Carroll. J. D. Slaughter, commissioners: T. F. Shepherd. clerk. Hale-J. M. Hale. J. N. Peak, Dave Carter, commissioners; J. M. Hoss, cl...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 28 July 1901

BEST FOR THE BOWELS /f you haven't a r,.guiae Jralth~y ,no r~e n( of (be booý, is e, rry dM. c, ' re UI iS k i.yu ppooc~lc~t"n.'',1ý j.: h.'c.io the ehialeof cia lent piia: o jn Te~t 1erootlh est eat iest uit prfect ray yi borypig tie boweb 4iAF A!4' 94f1 Las to take CANDY CATHARTIC i" S EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY Pleasant, Palatable, Potent. Taste Good, Do idiod Nei 8tc -ken, Weaken or (rip, 10, 2 and 53 cents rbo. Write for free sample and I okiet oil lth. Addrees WTgaggW lEED!T COgfAlT, CaICAGO Ser 11W TORL KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN THE CAUCASIAN biHREV kOkT, LA., July 2W. 1901. The Cotton He gion The Weather Bureau reports: Nearly narmal temperature is the rule, with rain fall in nearly all districts. Malaria Causnes 1i1ouenese. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic removes the cause. Showery Conditions The Weather Bureau reports: Showery conditions oontinue over the western cetton belt and Lbe Missouri valley. Dentist Dr T1 M E megys dentist. Owce so Fer SweetCharity's Sake. RIVER AND WEATHER The ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 4 August 1901

______~ CAU '·j\SIAN. xII1II. 8RIIfEVI!'ORT, LA. SUND ýY, MORNIN(;, AUGUST 4, 19u1. NU 1i p i:.n y . YOU ARE LOSING MONEY Every time vou fill up that old Wood Stove, The Economical Fuel sida of the question has been looked after, and the universa1 ver diet is that GAS Is all thiBsp eooldnred, the eheappet, clesanst, ad M )st eeouamtosal fa.l. Buy a Gas Range Now and bji appy All the Year. L Shreveport Gas, Electric Llgf eS r Co., - - - - - - - - - - - Si LEMONS I JUST RECEIVED S Thousand Boxes and Choice Lemons. Send us your orders or Sprices. Jprten e& Well, 108 Teas Street. ARGAINS AT i SlLVERSTrEIN'S w lbs the time to Invest. -'.om LtIat C4l1trs at 2 1*2 coans bach l h O: a tia t 15 muts a IPar g 4AWis.d. Buttifon, at f ie opportunity. Jm 3eIT*emKas treet. .tic r .epauiring -ant P.frasols. rt moke t do yoW work smti ^able lf y aMY yfk Is guarazateed, t u..,to worlnuaahip sad SXr NDT. se Wfe's Deeligh. Iu werms wehoer Is a good loo obeH tst sle Ir eq, M.el lu thbe use of l6dau...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 4 August 1901

;'i l J TU i ATE JNK. In "I.,t , :',." 1. Iedrolb Utnrenn, "I ' ; I;It ····· I i r~ I fl l b h Of.; n n i r i f'ir flar tiri l .,1 I,'t. , hitV t ii' i con - , R e,.ttnII. o - ' I :l j r''d', , . I , I i ' t - - IIn t:,lni-, : ,l It ,. 1 I, i I, ti . n,1,-r A ll +nt' f10 '1I " wi t Ii i. o tllli l' ,illt f i.\I li0' t.l , , ,r ' .: ' \i :ti l l u 1 ut I \'. -; , I I ' 1 1 iTI i t nl~-lo i dr : olllJn - r "ii r I l, rltlt a in I I : I I I ilt z #iie trnik tiu it . Ht e IIR SI lu:t of tre Iri. e, s r ' 1 "',11 - I r' t' ly I t o't !I' T 'r~ ' h. ,'rl w'ItI, ut , i iiturbin1 ally other articlh of L. I o, Init\tll t h ighlyt t o I c n wI'lleh the Oannl l rt o md't-I I ll ot1t ofo the o trlinr.tiely 'iri ollr nient, I.ri II ' " len t h re-s It'i Ik ll c a i' ruc tel ht inirathll rs. tohis remtr le- Ivnm ti 11al for from tr$as Artinotr iop' r art ile I.,s the bu rea tiherg..nniell W!rI Il n rotir trlany iividees knlrto felrn-1l wanil tw foI r boiles anfil Uhndler ,rn.!,fsI. heo lM an nmis...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 4 August 1901

G. DREYFUS & CO WBOL8SAJL 9dALERS 11 P Dy i)od., Boots, Shoes andr HIIt CO(R. PRI.NG AMI) ROUKEIT STHEKEfB pr'rpPT A1rNWl rN PIl O C)0 ºlrTRY frRDpFF aARRY BUyNTi. SA.M Hi UEL HAWK _1i'NTKE s, HUNTER *B]W 3OS. Wholesaie Grocers and Commission MerrhantL 7 111and 113 MIL&M BTRIBr Plantation Suppliis, Faggng and Ties. DEALFBS IN Hay, Corn, Oats. Bran and Chops Prompt attent on to all ordera on ahrrt notice aI bottom prielo . All faveri aporeclate ý;,3OWERS DRUG STORE . ..... ,SUCCESSOR TO AUG. j BOGEL, Book,. Stationery, Toilet Articles-and Fancy Goods Manatacturer of Flavoring Extracts, Prre Soaa and Mineral Water, Agent for Smith Pr.em ir Typew~rii'r Machblue, Gtrdau Sdeds and Novelti Presoripttion Careftlly Compouaded With the Freshest and HIst Drugs Cearseuaer ag.'P,-mot'AtteUtloa. All Favors:Apprea.ated FRESH:,GARDIN SEEDS. FRED W BOWERS Proprietor C'orner Market and Texas Street C C HARDMAN, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Lumber, Shingles, Sash Doors, Bllnds aud General H...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 4 August 1901

MONEY TO LOAN. IF 'IOU NEED MONEY And can not call, plihone X61, two rin& Al A\munt-n . P:r a Colateiral. and we will call on you pcrsonallv- All atc - . Dian,.., G.un-. EItc. t transacti" c, nfiMll ntýi al. l\atc1 ':<W in L-Pe L, idSIKI. IU' Shrtvcvr Pledwnkcr Bag in , Pledg% 419 '1('x sStreel, OpI.osite 1.'s sloli'. TlE C ACASIAN OFFCIAL 0?3 AN OF THE PARISH OF CADDO ROOSEVELT, F'V PRESIDEN "' Theodore R osevelt is being bhm-l" br presi hi! by his ,triends in the wild and w )oley west Opposition is being urged against " 'oose" because he is said to bi emo tioual, full ot swagger and bravado, a man of horse pistols and sofortb, all of which is conceded, but the "Rough Rider" is a better man than Platt and other Republican luminaries who are striving to put him In political eclipse. Indeed, in the Caucasian's opinion, Roosevelt would be a formidable candidate, one ot the strongest whica ,ould be pitted against the Democratic nom inuee, wooever he may be, in 1904. Roosevelt's ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 4 August 1901

P[We rrret to say that much of the matter-social notes, etc-Is unlavoid ably altttrd.] Cbtrtauqut Improvements Td proposed improvement of the Chejtauqua property before next seaOU was substantially emphasised at,be called meeting of t,'l stock bhders, held at Ruston last Tuesday, bthe report of Mr B F 'hompsou, salrman, of the exectuive commit. .ee, which stated that the required amouunt, $2000, had been secured, and t.that the committee was ready for plans for the improvements. These will include terracing the grounds, developing the springs, enlarging the park, etc. It was further decided to develop the Chau'auqua as a 4ummer resort and keep the hotels open from June to October. Although Rustou is a thrivin. icwn,it has Lot lost eight of the tact that itsgrowth has been largely due :o the location of the (hautauqua in its environs, which eventually led to the Industrial School being estab lished there. Ruston means to stand by these Institutlons. and thus keep alive the broad cath...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 4 August 1901

REO1UTTIO1N REWING Venezuela and ( 'ollbnia IMay Have Anotlher War, DIFFERENCES ACUTE Colombia Accuse, l'resident Castro of Furthering Secretly the Revolu tion Against That ('ountry s0 by Smuggling of Arms. Port an Spain, Aug. 3.-Venezuela is again on the eve of a revolution and se rious complications will, in all proba bllity, arise between the governments of Venezuela and Colombia. President Castro, while facing the uprising against his own authority, is also accused of furthering secretly the revolution against the Colombian government. Arms, ammunition and other accesso ries ,,f war have been quietly smuggled into Venezuela through the waterways of the republic, and the first engage ment is expected to be a signal for tile uprisings in several widely separated districts. General Castro is expected to assert his power by placing strict censorship on all telegraphic dispatches from that country as well as ordering close scru tiny of all mail matter passing through the general post...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 4 August 1901

UPTO DATE IN WORK AND APPLIANCES Shlvenort Plumbinz & Electrical Co LIMITED r-Are supplied with the bs-t improved supplies for Bth Rooms, Lavat,,rv, Closets and all work connected wth plumbing. Special attention given to Repairing (as and Steam Fitting. All work guaranteed. Priced , asonable. asonable. Office on Milam near Spr ng Street Belle of Lexington WHISKEY 4 Quart Bottles, (or gallon jug) DELIVE ID Free of Express Gharges For $3 00 CASH." K AqNLIOUOR AMGROCERY CO C ,rner Texas and Spring Streets. WMoIcsha Wimi Reach a Al. Having made arrangernelts with the bottlers of the £rst water ever bottled in Waukesha,-and the Water that made Waukesha famous We are enabled to place Silurian Springs Water on this market so tha all may derive the benefit of its wonderful curative powers. $6 per case of ioo bottles We allow $, for the return of empty bottles and cae. We Have a Few Cases Left Of Skebeygan Ginger Ale, in Quart Bottles, 50o to the case, at $3, and we allow $1.5o per case ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 4 August 1901

HEADACHE "Both my wife and myself have been nating CASIJARHE:'S and they ar. the beat medicine we have evrr had in the hose Last week my wife was frantic with h ..dache for twodays. she tr:eP! aso.. f yoult !'A.(CAItTS, and they relieved the Iain in her iead almost immediately. We ith recommend CascaretA." CIiAS STEI EE IIi. Pittsburg Safe S Deposit Co , Plttaburg, Pa. CANDY CATHARTIC T-AOD MARN RASISIWRE'D Pleaaant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do Good. Never Sicken. Weaken, or Grlpe. 10.ec. .50C. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. lbe ady CIpIy. Cir., rlnI. ln. Tw ~I. "17 "O-TO-B DII Sold and n .ranrtid Ay all drug. SY u guist to I. lTobacco liblt. THE CAUCASIAN. SHgEVKPORT, LA., August 4. 1001. Editor in a Hurry When an editor is in a hurry he doesn't waste words by saying: 'IL rained." He slaply writes: "'Alter many days of arid deueioaton the vapory captains mar ihaled their thundering bests and poured out upon scorching humanity and the tharoughly incinerated vegetation a few inches of ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 7 August 1901

HE CAUCASIAN. VOL X II SHREVEPORT, LA. WEDNESD.AY, EVENING., AUGUST 7, It1. NO 104 . X aocoeý oo O QOSc( X 8 YOU ARE LOSING MONEY Evcry tinie 'ou fill up that old Wood Stove, The EcIonomical Fuel ;ida of the question has hlcen looked after, and the universal ver dict is that GAS sle all things considered, the cheapest, clcaurst, antl m et ecnormicdl fuli. Buy a Gas Range Now and be Happy All the Year. Shreveport Gas, Electric Light & Power Co., LEMONS ! LEMONS ! JUST RECEIVED one Thousand Boxes Fancy and Choice Lemons. Send us your orders or write for prices. Tu stenr o &" Well, 108 Texas Street. BARGAI NS AT R- SILVERSTEIN'S BANKRUPT SALE. Now Is the time to Invest. 90 Dozen Linen Collars at 2 1-2 cents elch 14.5 Pairs Knee-Pant at 15 cents a 'Pair Pairs Shoes, Lace and Button. at 50 cents a pair. Do not neglect the opportunity. No. 307 Texas Street. Scientific Repalrilng AND RECOVERING OP. Umbrellas and Parasols I am prepared on short notice tc do your work satis factorily...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 7 August 1901

i- i LOAN tF YOU NEED MONEY: SAnd can not call, phone 561, two rings All Amounts., Personal Collateral. and we will call on you personally- All ... Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds, Guns. Etc. transactions confidential. L. TEKULSKI, The Shr.eveort Pawntroker Bargail in Unredeemed Pledges 419 Texas Street, Opwpoitte lostonlee. THE CAUCASIAN --------7.I I - - 1 cucaMI PuiCO buli comaonY OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARISH OF CADDO ;ALEX&NDBIA WATER The town of Alexandria is abon. to run dry-that is the artesiao wells whlebhdo not furnish an inexhaustible supply. The Democrat declares tha,: rbe taxpayers have submitted to an Zexpoes ol $0,000 to 1:y a sewerage system, which i now and always w.li belimteolive, unless :be water usp plily eased by siuking m re ar SWelh says the water jnIBent, but he is never beow to know what is going i sauthority on wotcr? Isdly and gently to SeIan drikk sometlong g? Who in bbreve p- .eitively that Welfb we tIsher wnes rounding y Ms IW canvas tor Con V No , A.J h...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 7 August 1901

8 O. DREYFUS & CO WBOLtS&.ALR 911ALE.B8 IN Il)y .U ,',, ., Bouto , Shoes an,: Hati (C()K. I~P'N;O AN" (i(CtOHK'IT STlRKI.criI P P ~PT AIrFENTIr N PAID TO CONTRY (rRDFIF t±AttHI t!NTAlli N. 8AN' lt T K HAWh 0( p'T!X I[1 a1 ! \i t V 1+ la; .'t) . bholgsaie Grocers and Commission Merchants ll and 113 MILAM BTRLfl ( Plantatin Supplis, Fagg:ng and Ties. DEA I,7S 11I Hay, Corn, Oats. i.bran .,an,. ChoDs 1P . pl It' t 'n I' al order.s on mhert notelle at bnttnm pr;Ime. All fiverr appreclate BOWERS DRUG STORE SUCCESSR )'TO AUG. j HB)GEL. Booka-, Stationery, Toi'et Articles and Fancy Goode aunrlaturer of Flav.nrtu Extracts, Pt're oaa aorn Minueral Water v'.,t fnr Smi th Prm .ir rVpewmlltilng hacluo, lu ird oU Sdedi and Noveltie escriptions Carefully Compounded With the Freshest and best Druts ('o.o rou" ant.' P *.not Attention. All Favors Apprec.ated FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. FRED W BOWERS Proprietor Corner Market and Texas Street C C HARDMAN, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Lumber, Shingle...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 7 August 1901

STi-RRTHE S poson is d ,n Cr001. The mooth SBOWELSe bo OATHA, W AT 'EM LIKrE CANDY V slatable. Potent. Tae Good. DoGI ed W aken, or Orlpe, 1o, w and 6 ctflt rtel for fre sample, nd b ,,oltor aOlna co.urAes. as oor NEW O. YOUR BLOOD CLEAN STHE CAUCASIAN. S BaZV.PORT, LA., August 7. 1901 Malarta Mausea Blllorsnew., OGrve's Tauteo Chill Tonic removeb Ithe eMs.. Dr TM < meI dgy. denit. 0 e r, im----t awer owels With Caseareta. J^ 0O8atre ire eonotipation forever. s u M. bO. O. rlludrlgt. retund money. UIIJilo, Saddles and Harness Jiav added an p-to-date line ol 9~tJls to my ltock of saddltri 10 be pleased to quote you pricem 0 bgle.I-, saddles sad baruesi. R, a and barsew a epecial 3age solleted,'" B P MORTON, S- 2Texas strret Blood Than Barea lal U' the 'Mlari distrie * Bot Sampaon. U a tsaUgo had beer Ai, beeoato blamr ? Mbt RM*IsmPueBaood. IW, Teeslum 4me Tesiocursem m ) Jf-Dion to "Agmirs by 020 Uston fZam 2fm Saftlay. luguat 10. Wate supply. as e ampise *I water at tbh O se e. t...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 11 August 1901

THE CA UCASI AN._ VOL XIII SHREVEPORT, UA. SUND °Y, M OR NIG(; __T I1, 19(1. _ _ { 7 R _r_ _n__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _- _ 4 - YOU ARE LOSING MONEY Every time you fill up that old Wood Stove, The Economical Fuel sida of the question has been looked after, and the universal ver diet is that GAS Is all things considered, the cheapest, cleanrst, and most economical fuel. Bay a Gas Range Nuw and be Happy All the Year. Shreveport Gas, Electric Light & Power Co., 218 Miam -ire. 1) 10 00 Q Q04 )0OOOQ( XX 900t 7BARYAINS; AT R^ SILVERSTEIN'S BANKRUPT SALE. F Now Is the time to Invest. 90 Dozen Linen Collars at 21-2 cents-each' 14.5 PaIrs Knee lPant at 15 cents a ;Pairc 5 Q Pairs Shoes, Lace and Button. at B 50 cents a pair. c Do not neglect the opportunity. No. 307 Texas Street. 4 H Scientific Repaiing C paiingAlT AND RELOVKRING OF ANUmbrellas and Parasols I am prepared on short notice tc do your work satis ly at reasonable prices. My work is guaranteed, s" promise satisfaction, both as to workman...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 11 August 1901

TLXA-~ N -WB. Tnh;,\i ) Ir i I, .T. dy-tn. 1 tl. I - i ir lv r. ,,, , r ijr. t \' 'l ,r" .ii , I i.n &I t t j t uriv 4.1 1)1 T lt' I-t tit ii '. t." t h .. Waltt I' I i', jn~t IIyIu. Ii~n yu tvit thiii at tinj+ Ii r.i " nI.nnit niry r 'Ih 1 1 . ,,irIt ftflf~tt Ii di t ve i hav r, i 1 riii ,i x liIt at, i'i ~ i lt.rah lq (I jit ii i ; t,",, ItIIthl ibt bil w f' lin&s a -'1iI r 1..w ~itii dri.. r"I-r tip a ntI :ri ýu. hint I fiber I., ri ; ir ari IIii til" nalI 14)1.4'i r li i~i tir .T is iw itlihiN n il n.i juI tl "i. 1t~t t 14 'Ill "Iiir If hrr ipi i l Jo jug I'oriir tthiiI Iiit, I,. 111 mviiF111 lun, htm ho1 h\i iiiov er-,'1(r1 hnik w ti la himtra. suit of cn Indian Ofl. El Reno, O T., Ang. 10 -Miss Lonie Jackson, a minor claiming to be an Apache Indian, brought msit in the dis Onrt court here Aug. 6. praying to be given the ,onthwbwst quartor of section 8, township 2, range 10, in Comanche county. ('hief Allotting Agent Nessler having refused to allot her. Judge Ir -win gr...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 11 August 1901

NOTICE OF ELECTION Tn be held in public 'rhool district No. i of the parish of adldo. state of Louisiana, ()n A tgust 24. 1I3. W1hereaý, on July IR. too. the police jury of Caddo parith. I.Li-o.uidat pi sd the following orduliace, tn W it: AN ORMIN \Nljl; for the levy and call cm n cif a special tax on the props rt :t -khIo 'ltrti No. I of the part h of ( 0di,. fir the purpose of erecting adl tonitructtog public school Itu nt to 'iii (ih district, Be it ordamtedl lv the ptililce' il l of Caddo parish, I.a . in lal ciimibly convened, that the f",llow ang point places and the foisllitug prec etS ini school district Ni. tI he iuil :ire here by fired as the prconn .iil p mng places for the elect on un tfie - tih day of August, tiot. itrail t1 v lered for voting on a stectai tie if 2 mills for a period of sesn i etris ftr htildng school Ituises int 5.il 'i ihol district No. t, and the fTion in' comtnussiin ern and clerks are hereby named, ti wit: wit: W\ltRI) FOUR. Ward tf tiit '---Fwn",...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 11 August 1901

MONEY TO LOAN. IF YOU NEED MONEY And can notl call. phone 561O two n rinas All Amounts. Personal Collateral. and ae will call on you personally- All Watches, Jewelrv, Diamonds, Guns, Etc. tran-li:ctions conidential. Bargamis in Unredeemed Pledges L. ILK[lSKI. The Shr'erort Panhroker 41 T "I ý e i , Op posite IPostotiwe. THE CALCA SIA Al~C3 i Pit Lý,Biii b otf' OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE 4"At ISH OF CADDO THE TK'U iH O HISTOlY. (s is pleaeing to note that at the convention of tbe Con ederate Voter sus of the Louisiana Divitson, held , in Baton R uge, Au.ust 5 and 6, that the Historical Committee" submit. ' ed a report -wui received the full approval of the coi:vention and which -will be endorsed by largest m-jority ofthe people of the State. The histories, so called, which have lbeen palmed ofi on the South by Northern publishers, are untruthful, extremely partisau,in which all credit is given to the North and the South is misrepresented. Is it a wonder that with such boots the children, ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 11 August 1901

FIVE MINUTE TALKS. NEWSY NOTES AND PEISONALS Princess Park 'entertainment - Metempsycnosis of the Itusi. Besides the dying rose there grew A daisy white that gently watched As one by one its petals Iili, And touched the tired flower with dew. All night the daisy tanned the rose, ibut when the sun, with casid breath, Did kiss the color from its bloom She rosegrewiaintmon ragrant death. Then while I watched the last leaf lorn To snowy whiteness change and fall, I saw the rose-soul gently pass Into a da~ey bud new born: And lo the breaking light of day The new born flwer in pink revealed The sell same hue the rose had worn Jietore its Goom the sunklas sealed. a0" Landscape Garden:ng at the ran-American. Maurice Newton writes very interest. ingly of landscape gardening of the Pan. American biposition. He says: "The charactertzit g intpresslon of the landscape *a'dening of the Exposition is toat it flits so intimately Into the architectural scheme of the Exposition that one might tall to...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 11 August 1901

bIrfLw OF COLORADO. A Theme For the selentists Wh. Meet In Denver. [3i,, en ( orr,-tondlence ] I)NVEP, Aug. i..-- he members of the Ani'ri n A .sssoci tion 1For the Ad vanseent-t of F- -s. who meet shere this month, will lIii -e an xsellert oup purltunity for t1 i study of ornithology, and that was pwriaps one of the rea son, for selectine t olorado for the corn lIg so nvretion. (slusrado. which has a gr-:rter is rl a r of - sc-i-s of birds than almIost artn sther 'tato in the 1,ion. is to a N, r-y Iart-e extent a virgin field for srrt ihlosiscal ressarch. and tlhb studsi and c sllection of its varied ans abundant avifauna will be an interest log occupation for the visiting scien tists. The reason for the great variety of birds in this state is siue to its varie-I physical conditions and peculiar geo graphical position. Clustering about the dome of the North Anwrican conti nent, the Rocky mountains of Colora do. are a number of widely differing zoological provinces, with widely dif ...

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