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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 16 December 1900

FIVE ISNUTE TALKS. ideas on Education- A Week of Entertainments. NOTES AND PERtSONALS. One of the most interesting chapters of -'Critical Studies in French Literature." now running in "The Chautauquan" is the dissertation Montaigue wrote for plane de Folz on "The Edusation of Chil s father, who was a devotee or culture, spoke Latin and "had ideas on education," wishing to have young Miohel draw the test amount of proft from the school to attend, hired a German who was 1 yersea in Latin to take charge of the e child, with instructions not to speak any other tongue than the vernacular of ancient Rams. The household servants were also lurnished with Latin words sufficient for the requirements of ther ser vice, and, his parents conversing also in Latin. the boy reached the age of six with out tbe least knowledge of his maternal speech. Entering the college of Guyenne at Bordeaux with this advantage (Latin was the daily language of the schools) Montalgne soon lost himsell in the delights...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 16 December 1900

READY TO TALK PEACE. Earl Li and Prince Ching H~ave Re eive1 Co,. isI I,,ns a5 Peace IEnvovn. Pr kin, Dec. 13.- -Li Hung Chang ard Prin!O, (sng have sent an ofTi al noti beate n to the ioinistrs that thsv have Wcelved the promised doctinuments anu thorizing them to act in behalf f China in peace negotiations and an nuacinrg they are ready to proceed as soon as the inimsters desire. The fact that the British miiust-r to China has not yet received authority from his govern:m nt to sign the joint note, caused astonishment here as it f.t-! other powers having agreed, thew c not be anything in the goite S G S caure Great Britain to obje sudaaie I ! to make her refuse 0 sia Songer says he be! &ue 0 6i** *ott imnnediately acceptt@a I te $!!1)(,14 and that she has at pmst# t" 1beel v with a majority <l8)bse U4w* ehfat whilt others can W . (in account of tfo the dOe t Witt *aO be able to retursn teN I iV will the troops be able tu te#? aistd Ape lS.e if the peace codr*11ue Mr eM1l W w...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 16 December 1900

o T.,eless ..d SuerretMed to Cswee Chills mud Fever mad all b.mrtel Treesles. Does Not lajure the Stomach Nor Efeet the Hearing. W. A. McL.rty s Son, DimeBoy, Tea., s ; 'Ramon's Pepsin Chill Tonic is the we have ever aandled.* M son prescribes itin his practice,and says it Is on t Toa which a chil c take without injury to the stomach." BROWN Ira. CO., Prop're, (*reeneville. Tenn. IIOUOR AND ROCEFRY CO=T D LIMITEM (Corner Texas and pring Streets. HhADQUATITERS FOb' Whisk'es. Brandies, AnporteA e Dormestic'C:gsr , Winee and Sundries, les & Most Popul* Brands sODACcof *NIh jSMfs ERos* ast3ay sol0elted. Trompt ank Sat?44Ceto5r 0Va? )Mga a ;' a:ter:9* 7 MOSTCOMPLETEBUGGYFACTOR'I ol ARTH WRITE FOR PRICES AND CATALOGUE GonOs ARE 14E BEST OUR PRICE THE LOwaS? M cC. bInwanpallsgl* , 7ree. IALE BICKS. Vice.lreqp al *A1. Beo0 *0 )I RECTORSR 3 B51018, rALqIHICKE, t $ OOSMA, * I' CHaes. T1 H 800Vo1LE 4 M str soin HICKS COMPAN Y L1MITEre holesale Grocers and Cotton Factors. O'am and Warehouse...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 16 December 1900

"tdActc;, ýo f t: ttº Just :t Sweet." The fr:- .,:e of life is vigor and s..n cth, neither of c. n be found in a per son whce blood is impure, and whose every breath speaks of internal troubles. Hood's Sarsaparilla purifies, vitalizes and enriches the blood, gives a good appetite and makes the weak strong. Run Down - "My husband was run down in healf4 and all tired out. Those arcellent medicines. Hood's Pills and Sarsa parvlla, built him up again." Mrs. IL L. jlowr , Towanda, Pa. Hood' Pilus cure liver ills; the non-Irritating and iiy cathartic :u take with Hood's SarsaparltiL THE CAUCASIAN. SHBREVEPORT, LA., December:b6, 1900 WEATHER FORECAST. A High Temperature Followed by a Cool Wave. [Copyrignt, 1900, by W. T. Foster.1 St. Josepb, Mo., December 15.-Least bul. letin gave forecasts of storm wave to cros0 continent 17 to 21, warm wave 18 to 20, sool wave 19 to 28. Storm wale will reach Paciec coast about 21, cross west of Rockies by close of 22, great central valleys 28 to 26, Last...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 19 December 1900

STHE CAUCASIAN. VOL xnIIII SHREVEPORT, LA, WEDNESDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 19. 900. i O OPh S' STORE£,. 423 Texas Street. BARGAINS FOR ALL. MONEY SAVERS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. Just received, 100 Ladies' Jacketo, jast what you want for 1ow, $1 50 to $5 00. You will havetto see them to aoDreciate the prices we are makirg on them. Ladies and Cnmlrens' Underwear. Ladies Union Salta. .... 25c ach Ladies' Union Suits, Onleda Out .... . ............ ............ ........ 50 c Cbildrens Union Suits, all sizes................. ........ . . . . 25c hi dren Vest rand Pants, Heavy Fleeced ............ ...- . 13 to 2&ceach, Lad les Wrapperm ................................................................ 50C to 1 00 Fianneletts. for Ladles r p e s.................. -......... 1ey d 25 Slik Shirt Wast, k Wappers ..... . . .................. . ...ard 2 W Sti Shit ~ st 5640 kind ................................. ... ...............2*"»* 50 20Silk Shirt W Ïait, 6 Okind 2 950 20 Ladies Raiuydav Skirts....

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 19 December 1900

* XMÂS? PRNTS. tyou buy them? AT TEKULSKI'S of course.-Fine Watches, Diarnonds, Jewelry, Umbrellas, '*ver and Silverwvare, suitable for Xmas gif ts. 419 Texas Street, Opposite Postoffice. 1.CASIAN. HOF CADDO 31, 1900. Is the &rc ad the citi ,4.qye * n ecte to1 ONIB DOLLAR kbmmelt. Do t bportafmtt i( som@ ofrth* ~ssof Demo. 4 >3ty aud te regard tas' u prisoipi', , a»e but the* ir. Do zet worry r '?er her oomo to,kIvow trom the* pristipIes q ~~~m~$iater- 4 huwe op. I~u.er p~sub. t S ~ps.swu.b b Bs~m O!mt~ * ~w ~'w. Smk ml *1 0 - 1 *5syj 1 1 1 h 1 ah *4 OLD SANTA CLAUS. Why will som* people thoughtleMs. I "misnat" old Weata Claus? The Imitation cannot paas carrent even on the verge of the twentleth century. The Saata Claus which Ie impreslve amd rgealls the moet pleasant men orie of childbood, has:short lege, ma round belly,.sebaklag lke a bowl of jlly" a jolly good tellow, with qaiek, sparklinag ye aad a fae wreathed In - ofte; with a pask on hbi back, Illed to overdowing with ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 19 December 1900

P Zý" pepateChili T s OP*~~ meRum IO~w OkIm ~ W.A. Ol4l7 So. Dme es.Te, ~al'sm e ep n 1hi1 Toulo is th* caltUTa* lokhc 4ei eam tabe wi~%m nuymohmoah sa uwmre. 00., Pep'um, otem~*". em KA 1. LIOLOK M9 kCEI CO LINITEn Corner Texae and priug Sreets. " IbADQUAnTERS PrOv Fine Whiskie.s, brandies, Imported <' Dornestic C2gar ine., Wines and Rundries. Rjst & Moest Porular Brands EOfAlOU ANI RBMNOK *EMATUmtsJ 1 rade bollelted. Prompt nat, satinftetory att'ntion ruivmn til >uers. LARESTANDMOSTCOMPLETEBUGYrTORY ON EARTH WRITE FOR PRICES AND CAT&LOCUE Ou COos AnE !Ha BlT OUR PRICE THE LDWEST PMmyMrc.(@1Iupk, [PARJRM.FGCJS1"1w~ s»~ ^ ^ g BLCK, Pre. »ALE.RICK8, VIe*-Preu WAS HAdE, 8,017 * C DIRBOTORS s 3l aKS, ALjHaas, 5 A oeSMAS, w CRAss, T H SOOVBLL. 6H STEVXN8ON, IE HIKS COIPANY LIMITED Wholesale Grocers. and Cotton Factors. Office and Warehous, Corner Spring and Travio atud Texas and Commnweroe Streets. HERMAN LOEB, ....DEALER IN.... fide, Wool. Tallow. Beeswax Farm, Etc Commer...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 19 December 1900

IAN. m@~. d~. wuh^~ mm~.'. ml-, ze 5.b~ly Hbg.Rs mhetut ama C~~ vs., ml@ b~~ w I. bie~7* mwag WOODBin * TBB WOUD. ajoctwou of ofl0e ast Timpeon, Tex, and Pora t Bll, ", Ca&sp No. , oWeeder of th* Wwed, e ro*e HI4, U., m~ Saldsy nights ad #~te o ters fore the seslog year, ob ieollo s: H 0 remder, 00.al emmeaadr; * 8 Duck. advier lieutoeaat; Sam~e Johase, bhaker; Koy Buedley, oeretry; 1 J D. zon. oer~; Lont* Ldwardo, watk-. man. 0 Mayo, -MIel; W H Daas. caop phTatlas; B A Parnme, E 5 ste) ead A l i RolUj, masgrcn. rb *0oer5 were lotaled by Uh pme comeaoder. . At rpime, Tez., the emap eleted olk oere, ze followe lor h emwo cag term: J Jobhbe, o~-l omm0ad3r; J A St,, l vtoor U WOOBat; P J WeTer, elork; P M Sal~, be~hor; W 8.5fltk, owoer; J W BoItherfeord, wtehBaa; B M Jeltaf, mmtry; £ Cl eames. phyblte; J J 5 Joham, J T BohardM , P A Trmm-l. msagre; P~l Whipprneobt, J T M"h *dne, d.legete eo eeveOthU hed easp Hagnolta Camp, Magaell O~p w. orgelsMd st Or mud Caos, Deeober 17, by Depo...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 23 December 1900

IHE CAUCASIAN. VOL XIII SHREVEPORT, LA, SUNDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 23. 1900. No 90 9 O0% 3t . STOR E 423 Texas Street. IRGAINS POR ALL. MONEY SAVERS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. *Justreceived, 100 Ladies' Jackets, jast what you want for now, $1 50 to $5 00. You will havetto see them to acDreciate the prices we are makirg on them. Ladies and Cnimlrens' Underwear. Ladies Union Suits......... .... .. ............... 25.................. c ach Ladies'Union Suit* OniedaCut. 50c Chblldrens' Union Suits. all sizes....... .. Chiidren's Vest and Pants, Heavy Fieeced . 13 te 25c each. Ladies W rappers ............. ... . ........ .... . . .. ....... ... SOc to 1 (mi Flanneletts, for L-.dles W yers ............ .. 16. vard S1lIk Shirt W aist, 3 50 kind ..... ..... ........... .. .... .... . ... 2 90 S Sl1k Shirt Walst. 6 00 kind .....4 -.0 Ladies Rainydav Skirts I.. ..... .............. ... .. .. . . . . ..... 40 t>.3 35 W ething lor Cool Nights.-Slankets and Comforts. B lankets . ......................

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 23 December 1900

"TML NCW WeMAN ST ARCMARD iONNER 0n1( of those brilliant young southern wolilen, of wii.n there are many, lhould write the life of the late Eliza b. tht Van Lew of RIichmond. Opposel thoui.hl she was to tlhe ealse of tihe <'ot.f''lirai<y and bringing to hear all Lher for'e aind talent against it during the civil war. vet uit!te apart froni any politiral considleration Elizaietti Van L.', ivas one of tico most remarkalbole w<: on thlie south over proluciwel. Tlt hiliben ecliaiolîers and passagoway in whilch in wartimie she enaeald Uniont pollieros. thp opitenly sefret noloks ainl io'os in whih i-wonimanliike she kept lotters in' d]ispatcelis froi (Grant ni dliscoveredp uindier the very eyes of Con foed r:ate ietletives who vatlxd her rontintially, nmail: of the< ol Van Lew niansion a histeri- eastile of romnance aiAl in <!cry. Thnre aln<'e. ostraeiz-' atil .i&liksd. Elizaileth Van LIew lie'l t 1.r t! 1 :'t years, fromn tlhe close of th-e evil war till her duathi...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 23 December 1900

t TOCKHULDERS' MEEÇfINu Neltee gs herehy Vlven that a stocahold. ~s meetUg of tbe Hl-nter Cainal Compu. sy. W., WEIl he b 5d al tbe offio. of aald EATIn Sbioveport. La., on the first gseedy In Jonvary, I: 11, at 12 m, tor the ~~ t'* eleotlag a bo.rd of dli entors of 00-cald comnieny, and to traneact much btsbome as m:vv leizally, come b-fore the a meting. This December 1. 1900i. W. Hi. HU !4TER, JR Wee.etary Bot rd. UQfly mmd. OMl Pu DIM W~ PAT~N ~^u ~'. a-edel, eB*Ur pk~e. wfit, IW w~ wm wox oopv or ona emncu -oawWal zmf INENCAwoz L te Iia b~ ~ ~ for P~ SH. B.WILLSON& CD. 1 PATENT LA*YEng ksb~~~. WASHINGTON, D. C. "staani &&MADAMS VORTIAN ADANS CITEN cmelwa mieraei£d peil, w eham. hm *NOW&CG, dada IW.. UEEIVU ALE. 1I»~n Nueu Caavk Cadde « a wilt @t vl. ra. be we ostf She State i Lomiulam ti401. e th* ~bv miduMe mal, 1 hlave m~se *aal will *o~mmii a.sblg te §ww lor the hout ei&= » opnsu mte ""*bedl b? twiemIedaus, is ofdes Coemi, duriag th* KUU DAY, DEIC. mS lie^...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 23 December 1900

THE CAUCASIAN, Ti coucOSIon PuWlMiIN COODUof OFFCIAL ORGAV OF THE PARISH OF CADDO THE OLD PATHS In a reported Interview with a represer ative of the Alanta Journal ex-President Cleveland is represented as aayliae: **In my opiolon the great need of the D:mooratle party is a return to thirat prin oiples. The Democratie party bas not been fatally disorganiled, bet It sadly needs r - habilitatiom on purely Democratie lin.s. What Is the matter wiLh the party?' to hbas, Ia my'ramblejudgmeut, simply wAndered of alter strange gods. A la*ge mas of Democratto voters saw this betore the last eleotlon, They rcmalned quist, bat whet the time came to vote they salt : "rhis te not Democracy," &ad relusedto support It. "As I &@e It, it is the duty of Demoorats *verywhe-e to aid in the rtbabilitation ol the party. There are *ome ignea ot an In eisterce upon the neoslty of a return to DeaLOeratic dootrimes tI the Soutb, Out tMhy are *ot *o genera: as I would like to ~.P." "What et the future?...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 23 December 1900

SCoau Is Comlig-Old Eng Its Customs. fet Ball Ratch-Rmeeptlon to Ouests. NOTES AND PERSONALS. * B leug ago, T Christmuas belle had oever rung aoro*s *te &aow WVil Judah's shopherds watched their eoekm by night, Mad zet that wonarous star burat on tbeir And led them unto where a young child lay The world would be a dreary world this wltbr day. If on that morm,. Vo Bethlehem'splatl the Virgin's Son Bad mot been born." The joy of brietmas ooming ts In the air, %ad fresh young voIce shout the glad la'ntge. The shops are bazare of beauty *ad magalleenes, with millions of toys and a maltitude of other pretty thinge. Exprese paokages come and ago, and a#tivity le &een on every hand, hurrylag up Christmas preparatlons. Home.keep Sers are busy In doorm, for, of all day. In the year, Christmaa day ls the one lor home gatherlage, and the whole house bshould be 4in made to embody the poetry of decorative art, ana *mile a weleome. It is the seamon of jiy unalloyed for children-but tor ot...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 23 December 1900

CHICAGOS MONTE CARLO. Gambllng Homme In Saburbo Guarded by ktreat Danen. [Special Correffli' lenee.] CHICAGO, Dc. IS.-This versatile metropolis is je't now irîneigoing ita p»riKli:il ep.- .of reforn. and the keepers of t)- div.s tliat iiinfrst ecr taii parts of :!e t<iin art looking fr cover. (f ouir tihe i.t k:nwvni are not ldodzni g tl an vy rxt-it, sin r t-'1.y know very wfll tliat thie \:\v of re form will sii i I>h ide. Still. c iilni tions ju t not ar, npliit[i l aind int-restiing. anil no one knows exactly whlat is pgoiiiz to happen next. Si e. <t t'he in-i, nits n riirring Just now woulil h- quit- .-ntertailling were It not that tli.y t-:t no littie lisce -dit on ('ii<;:t, . w ]i<ie h is really not worse than any otltr lirge city. Soni lays ago two w ll kno)'n crookts wre ar rest-]I for liilw.;y ro<!lery. Ti'y vvere fned $I(X rpij-- and were relt,1\-1l on an app.)al after ftrnrislitug hiunds ario paying a fee of $7 ileh. These two gentlnren adptrei a beauti...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 23 December 1900

aJ RAMONS Chili TIo % T"st.l"s & d Marteead ~ Cowe Ch~li *nd* lieFer mad siI hlatrl Tuoaklm. Doe Not Injare the StomltIak Nor ERet the Bearing i * W A. Mcl@rty A Bon, DimeBooxTOL ua: Ramon'.Pepani Chili Tonici the beet we have ever hLanded.< My zon premeribes !t in hit practie, and ay *t 't theoni \ill Tonic which a child can take without injury to the stomach Prioe. 5 BROWN MrG. CO., Prop re. Greeneville. Tenn. SLIOLOK AND 1EtRY tCO W 33ITlND [Corner Texas and pring Screets. KHADOUA 'TERS t l Fme 'hiskies. branlips, Importe<d e Domestic Cigar Gins, Wines and Sundries Pst & Most Pir.ular Brandt rOBACCo ANID 4MtKZRS' MATBRIAL Tradeu solicited. Prompt Rn' Fatiqfartrnrv iatt.nion -iT vn al! orldero. I LARCESTANDMOSTCOMPLETEBUGGYFACTORY ON EARTHi WRITE FOR PRICES AND J CATALOGUE OUR GOODS ARE HtE BEST^ OUR PRICE THE LOW£ST PARRY MF G.61'""0 ^[g SB RICKB, Preos. ÏAXLEHICKS, Vice-Prek W.V HA:K, Becwty & Treas DIRECTORS: 8 BICKI, ÂALE.BICKS, F 8 GOSMAN, W F CEHABE T.1 BOO...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 23 December 1900

'Strip t'r Altars ani }'3u' Fires.' Patrinti' *'1 always co&n menda .. b.t in evcry br. there snould be not only th desire to be a gocd citi-cn but to be strong. able bodi. and well fitted for the batîl of life. To do this, pui. blood is absolutely nccc. sary, and Hood's Sarsapj rilla is the one specific whik cleanses the blood thorocl', ly. It acts equally well fc both sexes and all ages. Humor-" When 1 ned a blond rwt fier 1 take Hood's SaPsaparilla. It cv', my humnwr and is eicellent as a nerl kwnic." hske EAlon. Sfafford Springs. Ct. ed a PUill. cur.r l ir 0 II the 1o1 Irritati'g and i cathartl to taHe wntu flod a Man»«pTlll» THE CAUCASIANO BREI EPORT, LA., December 2, 1900 A RUNAWAY. Narrow Escapes and Thrilling Experience. Yeeterday morning Mie Annte uand Eila Cblidreee of Curtis, and Mis« Mary Stacey bad a thbrilling expe r~.eo &nd e»caped death "ad b®rlonA iojuries tbrough Proyldential nluter. position. The yvoung laales were trom the St. Vincent convent golng , to 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. — 26 December 1900

HE CAUCASIAN. VOL SIII HRREVEPORT, LA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 26, 1900. No ews1 I A I - m-m- --: mmm ROhas STOR£ 423 Texas Street. BARGAINS FOR ALL. MONEY SAVERS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. Just received, 100 Ladies' Jackets. jast what you want for gow, $1 50 to $5 00. You will havetto see them to acreciate the prices we are .makipg on hem. Ladies and cnsIarens' Underwear. Ladles Union Suits .... c ath Ladies Union Suits, Onieda Cut, _oc Children,' Union Suits, all sizes .. Childrens' Vest and Pants, Heavy Fleeced . . .1 to 25c each, Ladles W rappers ........ .. ..... .......... ...c ...........a t to1 00 Flanneletts, for Ladie~k Wrappers ...................1c yard 25 Silk Shirt W aist, 2 ii kind ..... ........ ........ .. .. 90 20 Silk Shirt Waist, 8 00 kind ....4 .) 30 Ladies' Rainyday Skirts 1 40 toS S Something for Cool Nights.-Blankets and Comforts. Blankets ........ M.._.............. ................ W to : 00pa ir Keep your eye on Our Rug and Matting Debartmont. NEW GO iDS DAI...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 26 December 1900

dyuMAPREBENTS. ere do you buy them? AT TEKU L.SKVS of course.-Fine Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Umbrellas, I es, Silver and Silverware, suitable for Xmas gifts. 419 Texas Street, Opposite Postoffice. THE CkUCASIAN, OFFGIAL ORGA\' OF 7WE P>I#SH OF CADDO (query which uimay be applled to Eme mIen : 'How's your head " SThe usua christmaa casualties by fireworkg. over stimiulatlon, the baudy and the ever reidy pistol are re ported, but.it tak e all kiuds of peo pie to mak- up the world. Loyalty to tho Dem )cracy i» "&: luaistance" wbloe must be demaundd of Cleveland, au sseuntial absolu:e, bout which no man can be a I HIavlng betrayed the Demnc ', f ud must te made to fee1 S*f -ter thau an onemv; be 410 allo There is respec 'Jaé4 4sod man wóo wi 440f . to u1 party; bu 41 Odil epct hm beeo ealthr peopie have pure. ric'i mouritshing blemtl, good appetite digeston. Bood's 8arsaparlill theIe, and thus tt makes peop - - aad keeps th*rm so. oet only Hoou'. sebesc ured by Bood's thils. 25...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 26 December 1900

WO~tK LnE'AK foIGaQ ma, eiw.I h mew slwt fhgem tbarOd hells. What o 0C dd amd 7sdhwds mark. in~u~ulw ulai ke ms wW h W. I bhw tl mowa 01 ny ammnlatwsof0 ye mawdicimos cat awl a IN _Z hULMY -º ýabaad bei siortos emi ovu~ .ma.di ac~,btd hacka~. a ttheleer i ed ue ýy t o la el Bal t 6h mos~t al pal woaohItde ft aids Ullwurds1wae abmdoutvstiesppr part oYetli gslmwhh :n=sa o1 tihelmbo Phg Urn pea._______Ho B. T. MIWKEN. Mothii where dIhSMe Nearing the aaeof wuanaindwd immild Ia we to their con d~m Wrethy Sb e tae o .uig is Mille iamirba. boeuotIm ba med *bb buim, pem-I kwlldtm become eta lhis of prper natlon at 0dmh cdlii peioed of -aa foUdg r a SM at a arg w~ou, hod istoe stated rght. Thmna haymed hIppy UwE blowo. b itetina~. wit readdek the ~ant jelow. It wEl ahit the girl rind Every mthllerdemiue le din&Ug itrwia abodte of Wine of Cxdid and teadi her to an A kua Mma bed, Lilt wh. tdite e. omaional dmar of 0hb pre Wine are edroug and healthy. vi mwdi artey mad toutu.. Mrs. Mil~ien....

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 26 December 1900

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