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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 5 December 1900

HE CAUC ASIAN.* VOL XIII SHREVEPORT, LA, WEDNESDAY EVEFING. DECEMBER 5, 1K)0. noImkhd ,:OWW PRICES. * Ladies' Regiaar 10, lole, Black or fan at sc pair. * C bsidroups regular 10c II.Ps , all lsies, 8a pair. S ILadles Mianel Lined Underabirts:wortb 35c at only 215c. Pants to ateb uam., price. Ladle's nonsebrinking Vests sold by others at *1.00, our price P S $e each. Peals to match, same price. Ladios' All Wool Vests worth 1.25 at only 980. Pants to match eIne prise. Ladle's Muslin Underwear at very low prices. Give us a call. We have a beautifel lot or all kinds of Ladle's s Underwear. W. A. Ross, 417 Texasl Even a ebild ean appreelat I e,;eonvenisnen ".se m!:. 'oor of rrooksg~b GAI. Me tired everweuted mother 0o0alrt?, Olasamreame smelllg kitebes. A eks: a&ses esaves: Man so ,boia ;r .teoeble,:,gW an espense C Shreveport U as,"lectriqLight & Power Coy 218 Milam StreetNear Commercial National Bank, THE TEXAS STORE. IS IEADQUARTERS FOR Bargains In Dry Goods and Shoes, Clothin...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 5 December 1900

CASIAN. CIAL ORGA'V THE OF CADDO e the problem Is Itae aboard the Ken him with mlnt Ioleps tat he was bred in . Then he will jar Appsa. il tambleed! He baa Ken. I t e bas been American. Unepeakable Turk bas i wll pay up like &gen net be done witbout ean'i have goon bleed. Heed's Saras pure blood maker. It and vigor, and eared by Hood's Pills. BRT'S MESSAGE: t'a message to the Eae Untied State. has ln fall an naewspapers of the publi who IN, but, it l safe to say of the millions of eltt LAbrl.s. 4dpnblio will it mad these, will rely dilpgaU for as Iatelligent 'ofi volIaeeons doom ..nsaps Is some NO )pmse papers. º fto make 11 ely, the dry W1 the message Doent of Minister Mik lba1galiom. nee to tat. ~Ohtass. during ut Penis e and so Is i= raise by the 1 tUtude vIe here ue #0 te public. t'Uiaei it hold them Slate mad his brae their ý Peto Re.' to any -rn ise< w h. as MtNe a. .tm -IY y he? T PR SENTS. y them? AT TEKULSKi'S of course.-Fine Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Umbrellas, an...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 5 December 1900

HEIRMAN LOEB, ....DEALER IN.... Hide, Voo!. Tallow. Beeswax F irsmEtc ('ommttce Street, Nett t. V., S. & P. Ry., Shreveport, La. I guar&ntel to t'e sellers the net price o'taiue I In Vicksburg, 8 Luois, New Orl as Galvestoo and Houston markets. Prompt returne 1nqd3 on receipt of Shipment, LIMITED. EXCLUSIVELY WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Dry Goods. Notions, Boots, Shoes. Hats 10, 612 and-614 Levee Street. New York Ottee, 77 Franklin Street RARBtY BUNTIC h. SAM BUNTiR HAWK BUNtER Wholesale Grocers and Commission Merchants 113 "I LL l 81!S33 Llantatioun appliEs, Bagging & Ties DEALESS Iit Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran and Chops Spelal assmat3on to all erjrs on abort notloe.at bottom prices ! II favore appreciated BOWERS DRUG STORE SUCCESSOR TO AUG. J BOGEL* Books, Stationery, Toilet Articles and Fancy Good 4 Mannracturer of Flavoring Extracts, Pr re iBoda and Mineral Water Agent for Smith Premeir rypewaiting Maoiiae Gardio S'eds+aud Novo r Prseser ptless Carefully Compounded With the Fres...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 5 December 1900

the allmer gently ye y and SIAN. LA., [December 6, 19000 ORIAT ATTRACTION. I in Desnig and a Won ot Aiabiteetural Von Ne asy talk or dream of 13 the arebitectural de eamtory but, it may be eat argument, that this of she Kanesa City the Union depot is tbt ia 8hreyepors. It Ies ebed misnamed a da-po at a Best somewhat aillion of dollars. A ; a marvel of the valsable property o0 the P. 0., and it is. It Io that it eould not pardoned I petri1 prmservation to bt She generations to of the generous -gh - Saugested the de whIsk was requireo h Union depot it attraction, a would know it and Lbh of a somewhat tot Is the affairs oi a Ing nuirosa cor Al" eruP 'Wbl 'Wilt the wino OoeMd it stand.s Will i tebut IL bemeaif~ and most it Is the so. 4ahadowimg, the -of Ike age. bete"e #k11eh Ali we! a bal dosen all aboutthe Sm'regarded .1! Why, .1 would0 ýeineoiI al mii. -M franchise from the bOared hrye l! ammss thti lba. yeti have. 10910M to mui be Oea bsl ea tar 1eugalt alE. *a t.m Ur' 0 3. W. Abass...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 9 December 1900

1.IE CAUCASIAN -VOL III SHREVEFORT, LA, SUNDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 9. 1900. LOW PRICES. Tb 0 hib t. eadi' Regular 10' R"R-, BI irk or ran at 8: pair. Cbhadren,s regular 10c t.)s , all siz-w, 8s pair. t' Ladies PFauel Lined (Uader.hirt _worth 85. at only 25^. Pants to * Al limse prier. r s.I non-shriuklng Vests told by others at $1.00, our price 1 each. Pant. to match, same price. 11° Laqda' All Wool Vests worth 1.25 at only 98:. Pauts to match , same pries. * Ladle's Muslin Underwear at very low prices.. il Give a call. We have a beautiful lot of all kinds ef Ladle's " Fader ear. 4. Ross, 417 Texas. B YOUR ORDER FOR XMAS CANDY WITH P' The Leon M Carter Drug Co.. Ltd HURLER'S AGEN T. bi IL Our stock of Perfumes is the largest in North Louisiana.0 What do you want?.3We have it. "Brash up or'brush down,:or any other old kind of Brush. We have all kinds of Brushes. Cqmab yoyr -horse with a currycomb. But When you need a nice comb we have it. ' QuiXmnasgoods are arriving; look out for b ou...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 9 December 1900

RUINS OF ARIZONA. GREAT AMERICAN DESERT ONCE 1 EMED WITH PEOPLE. uituhlemu \'nndnllqm I- I)v.troylng and ('nrtiIug way Prirclhm. lpec'l tnen--Anclent llmtory of America Shrouded In D)ohlt. PHI Ix. l . T.. I.,-c. lI.- hol1 A.rnmer lf.n .x rt pro.,. an ar a i.',l",i-t who will (lo for our pr,,hi.tlri. citi ls w hat S.hliimiann (1l, for 'Trroy I! Is in south er1 .Arizona that hit will fin1 hiis most frj tful fi.ll of ro"suroh. But h. must ap[n r loon, for ithi v:andalls ar, and ias- ,,,;n at work for : lonu tine., and whuat lre ,iri.i l.ily Ih, onl..t of .A ,,'ri can rilll], a0r I ni f 'l'rie-.1 fllSa. y pt, . .anl. Ilil7,.rti, their inn.·iiies 's,Iility ha; lr'.ti-ctuI th'rn. Iut with thl, In t'r,."n-'l nE,3i'a of traivl ' liharn; l,''* rd' a hlr,, I of rllthl.ss, i.i unsk iI'I. iu,.ei(,n ROCK FORMATION ALONG ARIZONA RAIL titlc relic hunters and amateur ar^bhe ologists, and they are earting away and scatterlng broadcast prehlstoric weap ons, utensils, Jewelry, skeletons and pottery th...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 9 December 1900

& 0R o Chill T1.ýc 1* *iteles. ui an.rs.mlsed to Cms Canls sad Fessr amdt all elaWrsaI TreeMIss. Does Not Coatala Qeutal NeA Other Poises. Dees Not Injare the Stomach Nor FEeet the Hearing I a W. A. McLarty & .oa, DimeBox, TeL., say: Ramon's Pepsin Chill Tonic is the est we have ercr handied. My son prescribes it in his practice, and says It is theoly 'll Tonio which a child can take without injury to the stomach." Price .. BROWN XFG. CO.. Prop'rs. Greenerille. Tenn. Corner 'T'exas and . ri g Sreets. BADQUATTEt Fine Whiskies, brandies, 'mp. rt* lIt, ,estic (" ins, Wines aRn, sundrine .Fi ' .i ir Br,. r-i 1 rsd* solicited. Promt n " LARGESTANoMOSTCOMPLETE O YfC ORY ON EARTH WRI ri FOR PRICES AND S~.._~ CATALOCUE OUR Gooos ARE ptE BEST - OUR PRICE THE LO.EST SrMc.@ -* .. . B.HU(i, Pres. YALM HICKS, Vic.-tPres. W;, Od.JdiK, 8at a rtr a DIRECTORS:sU 8 B BICKS, WALE BICK..- _ B GOSMAh, W F CHA9s. T e BSOVI.LL, 6 H TTI SON,. THE HICKS COMPANY LIMITED Wholesale Grocers and Cotton F...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 9 December 1900

-XMXMAS PREE NTS. Where do you buy them? AT TEKU.LSK ,'S of course.-Fine Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Umbrellas, 'iovelties, Silver and Silverware, suitable for Xma, gifts. 419 1 exas Street, Opposite Postoffice. THE CAUCASIAN, Ioe cKNc050 PMiswium CO3Q1DY SFFCIAL ORGA'V OF THE SARISH OF CADDO Sii ug.Uecar is better; the Cazr is Ssproviug; Hanna le pus iiug his pet ,.~chtmtth ship subsidy bill, and the wrorld is revolviug around nud earouud. So tar this seaseon onlyy fivj lads knave been killed and" five mortally) :souunde iu the elevating and lady BZke sport ot football. Down with rA.o brutal prize fighters.-t-ommer ihal Appeal. "Dowu with the brutal priz3 figh' -.ar." 'My brother, think it over and reconsider,,.recousider ! Only "live dsas killed and five mrrally wounded.l" Wno would not aerish an euch a scrap? But accorJiug to the sales of tnis divertisem ,ut every sad killed or wounded was "caroel s.' : Aud, the greater the uumber of diad, vie m )re lege and arms are brolken, and...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 9 December 1900

FIVE MINUTE Tl LK. Federation Meeting at Natoh' 'tohbes, Hospitality to Visitori-Notes and Personals. The Iret sanual a .utt'g or the P.,lr stlon of Women's UII a, held at N .tab toebet, November MSs ad 81, wse a gra4tly olg sum"ee. The cordlal bespitllt ete.nd.-i to dl eghtee a&d other lie ' a ide the ir.r eovenleei., 0ooel. 'd by loolernet weather, a seesadary m ,ter. That blhih was of ,,rlmary importance "hey had, a geasrous werlcrm, and full attaedsaee oe delegates and oil s nm. The day seslone or bhe meeting were heW In the Comu el ati room, a speclous and prntUIy fInuished hbll, noted lotr the eloquent debkMe ed aother Ilteraty exer ewlee held tere, sad or its always "'o,ea does"to stragers. ''he light siloes, at whlob the pl eel detl. our own Mrs. J. M Poster, dellvurr.l her atnual address, was held at the opera hoSes, lMr. Foster's tiper was an atie sodhosllh.Jul review o the woman ques aies, and Was reoived with de.;, attention a and eppreeotoo. The line ol seuheot uSle...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 9 December 1900

IilI.LLIA1T IN CI )II1M P1N-AMERICAN EXPOSITION W;LL GLOW WITH WONDERFUL RADIANCS. Electrlenl Illumnlations and Othel Featurce In Whlch Buffalon' Fnli Will Excel All Former Enterpriee of This Description. l:v en the Iuffalonian cannot coompre bend tile exquistite charma ter of the great Exposition he Is building. Is it any wonder, then, that the distant na. tive still asks what It is to be,? Indeed it is to lie everything that is graceful, harmonious and beautiful. Form and color will join their wonderful forces to please the eye and delight the sense. -v . e · THE ILUCTRIC TOWER. "'Magnulficenut" is not too strong a word to express the character of the coin. pleted work. He is a man of dull imag ination who, now visiting the grounds, cannot picture in some degree the come liness and stateliness of the finished enterprise. The Pan-American Exposition is In. tended to be in every way an artistic triumph. From the very beginning it has been the purpose of those who have been Intrusted...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 9 December 1900

pR. J. J. SCOTT HYSICIANJAND ISURGEON OMce t E J Conrer &'Co.'s T xur Store Texas Street ReSidence, 314 Common St ~ELt'rHON' 47" CHARTER A ENDMENTS, Proceedings of the Stock holders of the Houston River Canal Company, k mited, Held at Thei (M ce in the City of Shreve port, La.,on November 6th 7th, 1900. ~ ies having been previously given kbolders ot the said e~mpany, e said meeting having been aiver , as required by the exltiong laws. as stoekholders eonvenea at the of he of tlhe eompany, at the appointed time, r F hetltng more than thre-.'.urths of the er t.re stock of the said company, and or p ganised by electing (Geo The tcher, chair mas *t the meeting, and W A Bunter, Jr., seetetary. The following resolutions on the pro. posod inerease of the capital stock of the eerporation wasoffered by 8. A. toberson, and duly seconded oy J H Thathbe', wbhio on was as tollows, t. rwit : the oapttal ot.aLk 01 the Jouston s.snl C mp v. Ltd.. oe locrea.ed - 00 00) fllty-' hree thousand five...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 9 December 1900

Ay VELI.C LyS is le Mother of invention." It was the necessity for an; honest, reliable blood purifie' and tonic that brought into existence hood's Sarsapa. rilla. It is a h ghIly concen trated extract prepared by a combination, proportion and process peculiar to itself and giving to Hood's Sarsaparilla unequalled curative power. Its 'wonderful record of cures has made E America's Greatest Medicine. Rosy Cheeks - " I have good health and rosy cheeks, thanks to Hood': Sarsaparilla. It builds me up ano saves doctor bills." Mary A. Burke, East Cair St., Indianapolis, ad. Bood's Pills cure Ilver ills; the non-rrltatlng aDd tbartic to take with Hood's Saramparill. THE CAUCASIAN, SBR'VEPOIRT, LA.,December 9 1900 WEATHER BULLETIN. The Cold, the Warm and the Storm Waves Forecasted. t(;opyrignt, 1900, by W. T. roster.l St. Joseph, Mo., December8.--Lastbul lttin gave torecasts of storm wave to Oroa continent 11 to 1b, walm wave 10 to 14 cool wave 13 to 17. =About date of tbei bulletin a high ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 12 December 1900

_ THE CAUCASIAN. VOL II[ SHREVEPORT, LA, WEDNESDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 12. 1S)0. VEOPr SE2 STORt., - 423 Texas Street. BARGAINS4 FOR ALL. MONEY SAVERS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. Just received, 100 Ladies' Jackets, j aet what you want for h~ow, $1' 60 to $5 00. You will havetto see thern to acoreciate the prices we are makirg on them.. Ladies and Ialnorens' Underwear. Ladles' Union Suits ............................ 25c ach Ladies' Union Sui, OnledaCut ................................. c Childrens' Union Sits, all sies ......... ............ ........ Children.' Vest and Pants, Heavy Fleeced ................................ I to ,6c each, La4ies Wran ri..rs............. .. ............................. ................o.to i o Plabneletts,for Ladies Wrapper ........................... .. .................. c yard S S ilk Shirt W t i kind ..................... ................................ ... 2 30 S1lk Shirt W alst. 0 00 kind ....................................... . ... .. 30 Ladies' Rain...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 12 December 1900

Where do you buy them? AT TEKU LSKI'S of cours.--Fine Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Umbrellas, ~ lties, Silver and Silverware, suitable for X.mas gifts. ' 419 Texas Street, Opposite Postoffice. .... . .. . .... ii Ie .MASIAN, ~DDO! " la or the r tuor, wad let me.M .to Teat. ;but some it ..sl or eaf,3 bet be 'Let wlih "a oe.Itvs be iat be.u ia.1 4Ns f! 1a Cotton Is still king, but again the Hicrald must remind you that no king is prosperous without plenty of sub jests. The sabjects of Kltn Cotton are vegetables, fruits, cattle, hogs anud sheep-his lords and advisers are corn, oats, wheat, hay, sorghum sad the like. A king withent a eout tea worthless king, yo kow.--Deal son, Tex, Berald. A misft;a sort of a hand-me-down the jest and playthings of Balls and Bears. King Cotton may assert his power only when he can stand on subntantial dignity, when he may influence the highest qaotations with out reference to the opinions or the ýusees oft the Ntlls or the reports f. the bureau. Lu plain...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 12 December 1900

I - .ni Chi..... ll TU . I n a i, r Mr. all b1i/erI TrC,,lw.: Does Not OestatA imtala NWe Other Palses. Dea. Net lajar, the Stouash We N eret the earl8 - Se W. A. ,Mct y&L f do,, DmeaBosTe., etgi, "Ramoa'. Pepeln tOill 'oni.. the beit we htave vo u' Le d. j son preecribe. it In h , prctioe, ad says it b 1e oaiC iLi loie whicss moil cam take without injury to the stomuah r B . CO.A Pro1'00. A eDae61Ue. TeaO . I AiI~. IOLOK AIMP bROK;lII Cd LIMITIED , Corner 'Texas and pring Swreets. ItADQUATtTEMS t'Ov Fine Whiskies, brandies, i Imp rterd - Domestic C. (ins, Wines and Sundries. Best & Most Pavular Brat <ýr ')OBACOU ANJ. SMOIERB' MATRIAL. rade solicited. Prompt and satleefat pry attention e .! rre all ri LaCST.ANMOSTCOMPLETEBUGGYfACTRY ON EARIT WRITE FOR k j - CATALOGUE OuR Cooos AE 4 Bra I -t S J£, kr, . " I It.l gE VlO-Prees W F Gt;t I$C,;" f t Trea . DIRECTORS;i F. , a B tilt K l aLb3 B1CKSI. F B GO8Abh,L .ZW F OAas. T i 8VoYLtr - 6 H STICYVENON, a TaE LICKS COMPAN1 L1MIT...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 12 December 1900

'dJnlro~ tat IAN. iaoim =0 Dr fAD býunmbor 9, at 9 01id U , sad is Sn nsaom, rfo., bmnmionitofYr. ia, L.. By. N a gatbo.r. volLaMwet the krblob. tarwrL. toe sOd lovig di 4c o si ht Mrtrhsdsl 11h. Ibllod with Ihom /.j., Lao coma to Whiolb Iit lar Tea.. suid `tad bring th. q~wast Is Voda sad timo is ,.rowoan at sow ~ho kn 1Mpublic Mme, lb. lie. to th. i. II~ re .hkew wealmr at Ra dea. La. The marriage *1 Misr Theodoeta Gree sad Mr. Iambert W. Baker, Jr., *w olemalssed uas p. m., Wedesday, the Ml of Demehber, 1900, at the home o the bride sear Mindes, L., in the pre see Iof large compay of relattve. and friends, thb rev. Mr. Alferd oolating. The attenldaat were: Mics May Baker with fr. Z. P. Oreen; Mii Ida Green, wil Mr. Charles Diokeas. The bride was exqulltely dainty In a pure white estuoe at Henrietta eloth. itl and eifou trdimed with white pes emomuser. She werg white obryeaatbe nme ail her hear. The bridedmade wore pink unveolla tresee, trimmed in white MI, and whabt applique lare...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 16 December 1900

jHE AUC ASIAN. VOL XIII SH EVEPORT, LA, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 16. 190M0. No P£96s O sTýOR£ 423 Texas Street. BARGAINS FOR ALL. MONEY SAVERS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. Just received, 100 Ladies' Jackets, j ast what you want for i ow, $1 50 to $5 00. You will havetto see them to aenreciate the prices we are makir' g on them. Ladies and Cnilarens' Underwear. Ladies' Union Suditz.... °R arh Ladle.. tniton Suib.. Onird. tn t l' hlldrens Inion suits. all sizes . Chilidrens Vert and Pants. Heavy Fleered 11 to be n h. Ladies Wrap per' : .u5 to I KI Flannelett.. or luadle. Wrajuprr lt. 5ar0 L5 Silk Shirt Wakt. ! .)kindit MU~ilk Shirt W:lttfil 40kIr . . . 4 21) Ladies' kalinvuay Skirt%_. . I U,3. Something for Cool Nights. -Blankets and Comforts. Keep your eye .n Our Rug and Matting Debartment. NEW GOODS DAILY. Peoples' Store. The Low Price Makers 423 Texas Strdet. FURNITURE. Just the kind that Everybody is Iooking for Fine, Medium and Ordinary. Come and see the Greatest Variety, with prices jus...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 16 December 1900

ACA1w1''AL'S CENTURY. HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY OF ITS ESTABLISHMENT IN WASHINGTON. Plans For the Centennial Celehrn tion - Military and Navnl Parade and Commemntrntive Addresses. The Xonwenir Bronse Medals. Upoda iii(rrwl " Morn n 1 SWASITTNGTON, ITte. . The remnoval of tie stet of rv firnlnit of the uInit ed Rtates frim I'hilmleIphia to Wash ington war aeIromplisheld so gradually that it is difficult to solet any neI day ns that on which the natiual csfntfnary of the national cnpital shouil he cele 4 4 . Photo by Prail. Washington. HENRY B. F. MACFARLAND. [ C(hairman of Washington citzrins' committee.] orated. The date fixed for celebrating the event. Wednesday, Dec. 12, is near - enough for celebrating purposes. Generous preparations have been made for the event, and it is expected that the ceremonies and the public ut terances will be In every vday worthy of the historic occasion' Early in the day there will be a reception at the White House tendered by the president to the governor...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 16 December 1900

CHXARTI_ ADENWNTSI Proceedings of the Stock holders, of the Houston River Canal Comparv, Limited, Held at Their Office in the City of Shreve port, La.,on November 6th 7th, 1900. All notices havicg been previously given to 'he stockholders of the said company, and the said meeting having been adver tised, as rt quired by the extiting laws. The stockholders convened at the ofthie of the company, at the appointed time, r p resting more than three-'ourtbh of the en tire stock of the said company, and or ganized by electing seo L Thatcher, ohbnr. man of the meeting, and W A Hunter, Jr., secretary. The following resolutions on the pro posed increase of the capital stock of the corporation was offered by r. A. Kobersmn. and duly seconded by .J H Thatcher, whicn resolutiion was as follows, t-wit: "That the capital stock of the .Iousnon River nil Company. Ltd.. be increased from (.5 ?00 00) fifty-Three thousand five hundre dollars to ($200 (100 00) two bin dred thousand dollars, paid ip capi...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 16 December 1900

XMAS PRESENTS. Where do you buy thelm? AT TE KU LSKi'S Of cour e.-Fine WVatches. Diamonds, Jewvclrv, mbrellas, ovelties, Silver and Silverware, Suitable for Xnmas gift- . 419 Texas Street, Opposite Postoffice. THE CAUCASIAN, Ifle caucasiwi PubIIsoin0 cn sa0y )FFCIAL ORGA'V OF THE JARISH OF CADDO Dolly-Is ysur fiance a talented anan? I presume be is. Polly-Ob, my, yes! You should see him lead a -totUton." "Mabel has a lovely title for the :ootball novel she has written." 'What is It?" "She calls it 'The IRushing Romance of a Banged-Up Appolic.'" Typographical errori in newepa. pern are frequently so glaring, inap propriate and ridiculous to the senti. ment which it is intended to convey as to make a horse laugh. Not long since in an obituary no'ice the word eternal day was made "external," and touching hymns were converted into "trusting, trying hymns." It sesms impossible ,to guard againat thcee errors, and it is no wonder that the average editors are not the leaders of Sunday Schoo...

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