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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 13 January 1901

'lA _'_HE CAUCASIAN. VOL XIII SHREVEPO)RT, LA, :UXDAY MORNING, .JANUARY 13. 19( . o 423 Texas street. BARGAINS FOR ALL. MONEY SAVERS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. t eu , to ;lr- :ilae ti rr c S We :e t kiL n )I ) / - hem., Ladies and tnibloreas' USgo:rwe r. Ladieý Ur; : L4aies I .ý S lid,,,, - - . Ladle. Wrap, t rlannr., .u .t )l rrk - " ,. IIt. ,. ,t k . ;(1 1 1k Sn rl %Vai-- " , '11. Something for Cool Nigh s.-3-link ts an1 * * Comforts. "-,k , .. .. .. t. , l .t r a nvD , rte .. u a h. Keep your eye on Our Rug an,' Matting Debartmnn:. NEW GOUDS DAILY. I Peoples' Store. "l'The Low Price Makers 423 Texas Street. liMel Itates Trasters. q Tie etllowlng traastOfs it real estea l wsb reserded by the clerk of .the D strlt it Co. t for the weet ending, Saturday,I Jesarl 1. 19.0. SL fortner to J H Chandler, seuthwest quarter tI nortuest quarter, east bal 01o seothese quarter of northwest quarter. seetlos 14, township 38. range 14. 100 0e. W A Slay to J It Chandler. soutbest quarter o esoutheost qu...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 13 January 1901

FOX HUNTING IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD OF ROME. AnAmericn n Tourist tttend. an Itut Ian Mieet-Patronntciz Iby- time liite of R mm'nnnn Society- :hew Are Splen did R1idrcr. RoME. I iti. 27. - I :a vt orde'er(-d a ljrand licw r:I~r 12U1.t. ::n(] I an, Inig in for tux IL~niiig n ] It_( ('au ii t. if coulrse I L::d oardl (,f t1l, I .t1nIn! on thI (U wj'giga. i''t .I I caIme here I Lad a very smanhl (piniofn ,fI the m hole affair. '.r V i- i ruin of t. first unit I 11 '~a("ir in nryit~ty~ riling Iil t. d I fit iii it I ( I 1. (if chiari Ir ti, r' 'l ittiri . I " i a , I' u . - ~ .,.n ,, hate ini 1!t' Wi-t(in i, .i'ý 4 "tt .. ·° AN AMtEICAN HOItSKWOM(AN IN THE CAM ?AGNA. I had seen Contessa Brunetti take a high wall made of jagged rocks I thought I would not say anything at all for the time being. I trotted along that wall a piece until I found a spot where it was cons;derably lower, and I leaped that with my eyes shut. Su hb reckless riding I never saw in my life. It is only to ,e equaled by 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. — 13 January 1901

t * T* Mosu S d G ua nrsel.d to Cirre Chilli and Pover andl alI malrial Trguales. Does Not Contali Qnalais Nor Other Poisona Does Not Injure the Stomach Nor Fiert the Flearing * W. A. XcLbrty a Son, Dime Bol,Tex., say: 'Ram ,n's P'epsin Chill Ton;. s the belt we have ever .,ndled. My son prescrihes itin h:e practice, and sa:s It s theonlv 11. Tonic which a child can take without injury to the stomach."' Price 54 BROWN PF';. Co.. Prop'r2, Iteeneville. Tenn. -The FloNlei. Bros. Dr Goos Co LIMITED. EXCLUSIVELY WHOLESALE DEALt.RS IN Dry Goods. Notions, Boots. Shoes. Hats; 510, bl2 sud-514 Levee Street. "New Ycrk Ottfce, 77 Fran:iLiu 5'reet HERMAN LOEB, ' ....DEALER IN.... Hide, W'ool. Tallow. Beeswax Firs, Etc Commerce Steet, Next to V., S. &-P. Ry., Shreveo "t, L2. I guar-ute' to the selle., tie net price obtaiued lu Vicksburg, St Louis, New Orlhans Galveaton and Houston markets. Prompt returns mad3 on receipt of Shipmente Low Rates TO THE Old States (via the Cotton Belt). Tickets ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 13 January 1901

IHE ý IIIYKEVPORT IAWN N uKE ,. 7'"E 0 %LV'LZ LOA1 OF'FICE IN 170XVVN? WP 1-tie -rn' r'nim6rkU'r Fine bfirdq;! n t! rq 'r1lf lted Dl is oud F xiitg- sild Brocche. A'S) pr-n+' -r. a- vr y' n t Ire c'ca J: Was. A MGNEY LOANED ON ALL PERSONAL PROPERTY. 419 Texas Street. .___ ___ - 1E CA[(At1AN, TAe COCUCSill Putlsigi y cogilel OFFCIAL Or GA %' CF THE IAR;SH CF CACCO the B ers w;nl not keep quiet and are leadiit4 'he I Jglish a ::vely dat e militatre. N) lo) g eince. a .ar:y lours "rrc)unoitercd" nes- K m)er Icy and "coufisteteti" everyv!"i: which they coud 1a% haLde and 'hbe retir "d. it good order with several tcalt s ration, at d1 a lmu :;: SHERIDAN'S tiuiE AND ROOSE VEL1'b CHAGFr. '1 here cane in the po-a,' s ou of the Lauc'ulan re ceutly a pub)!ica;ion: in which is ii uitra'ed in color "Sheridan's IRice" aun 'l;ostyelv'e :Large' which are not historical. I is true thia sensatioual misreprcseota tation, Sheridau's Ride, has bee, r:a p'n in verse on a creuuious pub lie, and so often ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 13 January 1901

IVE IIWUTB TL S, Toe exercles of the state Teachers' In atitute for the parisb of Caddo held du.ing tLe week in the arditv-iu'n of the bhrevL nort High school, closes Friday afternoo;i Tae slip: .r was one of toe most p easlnt tever ne d in thb Stat' anc.: ,:: e1: atLe - t( .l w;is 'v:ev' tO thri , x rs: . W!rti crP-:ri-el sc'en di : and , o, :- p ' a .c ._u o! tte bli.test v.ve . 1 3a p:ro 1r+ r w.s div\ersifed witb mus:. t. e'.t tGoo, ; .e': ires andl clrli. Ta," prcgrams fbuis tey end Fr!!. -ly ' re o~ .un s.tuai intrlest. 'lhlursd yv the eC.'tuoe t:iemesi st :te Institute LCnductor i amLer ers were itory of E .ilcatiou al 'I ieorise and Or.gir.al c) mposuto', w .irn enlisted the closeet att..t!on anD thf warmest approval. fro;. r osmbera i; a practical teacner and h~s tae happy taculty ot imparting in:ormat.on wtn:b i las:ing. Fresident B C Caldwell ct ,.e -'tat' Normal sjhoot, was present during the day and entertained his auditors wto a e cquent and inspiring talkup n "Tooma. ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 13 January 1901

IIT 13 NOW IN n'.Lf "we^" AT THI * NITIONAL C.APITAL. jij-.1 x1 * .1 Ai C- t ' yp,; i t'hl"I" 1 , 1ir -II,,), N i '.I, _I Ili~r~sl JIJl I ((('(1 "tI AV II I I I 'It' I H.1 h!1: di, re' I" 4ll41 ' I 70 I II :1(7j itt 14177 )11 ," '''4'1 Boll jr.'' so 1n v'071\- 717' I :1 1 17-t 14 1 I Ilnr'l - , I ) ' 7( 'hri' n. fnii' i)o('.i. t: to"-4) n cI 11('t · ct4 ,I' r 11)91111 , 17,)%\'%,'1, 'nII I t., 71))''. II'It Igr 711 rl ci t tii' 14 )C l 11 j71 fur he rplnir r lnlnl)crsof ll ~ so( 'ialnlr~i~it «"0 11.7 1444)3147 1. it ' 4 11)1.. he:l . lit) 1 (n 1111144 un vi ' i 7 e1 1t7n' .f rI ih4 4':'' 3. hn l4. n I ' t 11"i'- I ,,ut- t - -.I 21·10 Itl1 t'171 F~ 1"i 't1'. P v 1114' \\ :1V' 1111 1 i111II ll Iiinr' i'di'r¢ nr44 t itt'' t ('III 11.71)1ii itn\-e IloS'All'? "1 i pt'n l i I '77 ri' thIs N,'r gi I.g 114f'I1174h 1nnd Iiit ilc .I. IuIn'7it l)'ou 5a4nd" r$11p 4. r'i(\ Io lu'Ii' o11174 1) flP it 1) 71n1 o rruIirn'-. N.'' 7711 l th)n Inn tle 11p1od %1It 14 e f11'in:iI 11e111n' f uI(r gn·Ina t...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 13 January 1901

CHARTER, Of the Henry Rose Mercan tile and Manufacturini Companv, Limited. State of Lauisiana. Parish of C ,ddo, ter aslly e4me and apin rd the parie,. hose oaames are hereunto Iubs.rithed. ,. lull age. who declred that, ':y i.iny emselves of th l prvlsion " of th. law, of Is State, relative to rorporati',o annd pecially of Act No. 36 '1 1', of tbe (General Asesmbly of Louisnans, th,} bvue coienantd sal aegreed, and ty these bre. seats covenant and Agree and bind bhem selves. as we I as s uc other persons as maa hereafter bee-me associatei wait. - , to lotm and coolstlut'. acorp'rL-,tton an body politic in law, for the Dpurp,.e fad of iects, and Under the 'ipulationp. articles and conditions following, to wit: ARTICLE I. e naom and title of the said o'rpýr, -hs]l be "THlE HEN~tY I f: O- E..L A-L TILE bAe d) MA.d ieif' AhCa T I .r; COMPAN, IruMI rE,," and Its domicile IS btoeby etsabllnp t ind toe CItJ of shrew. pOrt, State ol Louie:sn.a, and undler Its Scorporate name. said edrpurat...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 13 January 1901

Aiwa:s Good Speed.' AIany p- o oei trust to lu:I : to pull ti;: i t, rough, a:: uar often dis.,tp.,.rted. Do r.c dilly-dal'; :n mattcrs c' health. Wil it you ca., accomplish miracles. Wit!' out it you are " no good. Ke-p the h\tr, '. y. , : bloto ht aiithv i . . (. ' t , ,11,, -. ap;::riiia, 'i. : bloo' pur, . Tf j':I- : r I. It < It l , r, . - .:y call|rth , t, ta4k ý.:', l,,I d' a ...:v THE CAUCASIAN, BBR E'PORT, LA. ,J.uar v3 1bOr McCall's Magazine. The February numbs r of Mc'all's Magazive, the queen of fashion of New York city, has reached the 'au casin esanctum. It is a beauty and its pages are filled with irtistic illus trations in colors showing the latest and most approved fashions of the day. The magaine is devoted to home literature, household hints, faney work, current topics and pop ular letion and Is only ifty cents a year. The McCall Go., publisbers, 1Z8 to 146 West 14th street, New York. Iiow's ibis? We tfer One Hiuadred Dollars Reward for say oase os catarrb tblt...

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 January 1901

-'HE CAUCASIAN. V O L .II I . . . L A. -D. . . . U 1. VOL XIII SHREVEP()RT, LA, WEDNESD)AY EVENING," JANUARY 16. 1ia N Io 87 - _------ I r I n II IIh,,mi aml, 423 Texas Street. BARGAINS FOR ALL. MON SAVERS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. Just received, 100 Ladies .Jackets, jast what you want for low, $1 50 to $5 00. You will havetto see them to auDreciate the prices we are making on hem. Ladies and Cniiurens' Underwear. ladies' nion Suits ....... . ach Iadies' Union Suits. Onireda c ut ... ('hildrens' Union Suits. all sizes (hilldrens" Vest and Pant. lHeiavy Fleeced ...... 13 to a ,l Ladies Wrappers r) t..... . , i) t Flanneletts, for Ladlies Wrappelrs ....... ... ....r '; i Silk Shirt W alst, 3 0i kind ................. .. JO Silk Shirt Waist. 6 (0 kind ..4 /i 3O Ladies' ik vdav Skirts ... ............... 4 t Something for Cool Nights.-Blankets and Comforts. Bl.nkets . ......... t ( pair Comi ort .......... .. ......... 83 t each. Keep your eye ,,n Our Rug and Matting Debartmcnt. NEW GOODS DA...

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 January 1901

': ý" E .HRE. E ORT PAWS BRO KER ., THE ONLLY LO %A O)FFICE IN TO''V. . b.e . m rmaýrnrk.:v r - : v barger:,ne. Forfeited Diamond -, ,i Bro ,,ro. A., L-mº gr'-a' r up- 10 un rede meJ' Wat.ies. A f.; ( ; at.ýYIlWNoeIretltesm d F;u (, .d Jewlri a ways displayed iL (.e. e ur; Tice oU uwU. c; inmtrimrn.T'ts lOPjeY LOANED 0. ALL PERSOUAL PRoi'Et:;Y. 419 Texas Street. .o.'·-_ - .-. • ---t-------- iTHE CAUCASIAN. F ;am I - a _ls 'FCIAL OR GA v OF THE ARIMSH OF' CADDO S. alldalt to the, Houston Pl,'t dstd Imeola, Neb, J luu ary v , atial that the Arst isfu-e of oloLel a'm.s palIr, the Cowmmner. wi; m IIts Lppearsae January 2S, aud 4evr WIdameday tbereafier. Mr D rB ' hitebr, C W Bryan, w il be thie elMaie anager of the pub:ie~ tie, hlt eootber member of L; . ~fI vi*i baased for acme tim.-. lI i 0i lg lUase will be lar'i v tb - odC tsd Mire Bryau's pi ,e. atitdiahg will be received. duagugr for the first Iumter a pr ais.hi a crase, aud metr . have beeu wiring for I page, tic week lies mg to ...

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 January 1901

i pk .orCRAM0 hii Tuiet Cee ts Testlss IInd Buarcateed to Cowre Chilly and Fever ad all klarial Trou Isbles. Does Not Contein Quinlne Nor Other Poi.mo, . o oe Not injure the Stomach Nor Etfct the Hearing. ( l. W. AMc La tyr Son, DlmeBox. Te., sar.- "Ramons Pepsin ChillTonic is the tan best we have ever Ladled. M son prescrnh s itin his prsticn and sai ti c the oni il Tonic which a chil can tae without injury to the tomach." 1111 Price u 0 arOf N ruK . CO., ProDr. (,reenevile. l e nn.r art LIMITEa. all SX 'LU'VELY R HOLESALE DE1 LtR- IN hu Dry Goods. Notions, Boots, Shoes. Hats , 510, 51c and-514 Levee Street. N,:w York Othce, 77 FrauLbiu S reet 1 hut 3)1 r' in Corner Texas and pring Sreets. rWIi ADOUATE*s r,"1ý w Fine Whiskies, iran lies, Imp. rt Domrestic Cigars, 'l s, Wines and Sundri.es" i.e.t c< ' ost 04 ...:_ B- ...,T ColRACOll ANxi .H UKER4' MATEKr I' red' solicited. Promp' a ti t : rv : . . . rs Great Clearance Sale ..T ..... cl THE Txs STORE.Z Trhbe 'ui e y c:c:: ,it . )r...

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 January 1901

-h4, , " 1'thu". *Itet0Ioan,* .aj Ever ii aze F< UM7ooa&lcrg g i - old by all droggists. 23 · : t THE CAUCASIAN, " a -S UVEPORT, LA..,January ti 11ol by F 1xeG for Execution. Gov Heard has fixed Friday, Jan 2,' s the day on which SanI ''WICa., colored, may be executed. a4 .ALfmas murdered Julius Hunger i : 'B several losnthe since near *aleas eld. The execution, should i' t"ke plses, will be in 1Maustield -'Wlla .m says he is ready to go. bou I b would so doubt appreciate a conm ahBatation frbm banging to hard labor p3.alttentiary. Ten-Year-Old Indigestion. It BW Peters, Nathanton, Ky., w' itei:j b I have safered Uatold misery for ten yea: s wi " wtth iadigast.ea aed billousness. 1 wai treated bi Ir* physicians but obtained A sely Itmporui relief. 1 began to use aOmen's levor Plls and 'i onic Pellets au,. ha- e besnt eoustatl Improving, and have T a fair wrepeet bthengpertaanently cured BPrgiaries. * Os uBaday morning an attempt to bu.rglarise tbe sate in simon's meat W M" ke...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 20 January 1901

j HE CAUCASIAN. __ AlISHREVEPORT, LA, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20. 19)I. No 87 ry "American Boy." "American By" (Spragu" o.. Detroit, Mich.i-tarts jj. with a bright. interestl L ludlon an address to flite, u. erlean boys on *"The Nw he stories and leading ariciles e Great Pine Hill d$ow's.i," by attle Fraser; 'rhg Liume ng of Terser" (a six root box Iat), by Van Marter leede; 'The l'roulem tellet." by Carrola W aison It iubin Imp an Ocoupstion," teing i. taird of a series entitled f'-urninia Pt ais l)'s Lae " t ' The ,'eventh, aid part twelfth Ohapt. r ol " un 'i Iuise of the Gaszelte"; "A Miniature N .vy 'ad to Buttaa It", "Janutry in American :)'; "bor, Talts to B )b ; hboat under the he.da. ' tt hat B avs Are "and "Boys As Mwtvy Maker, and S $avers"; the cone udaug en . ter of Hteal trlmanag to, Arnateu.s." toy W 2; "A krofhesionaI Su: vey if A La, Journalism," u, Janai Lav.uastju tannt very practical artia : sor tay-. ages ast given to the exploat.ug of a an secret roetety tof Am...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 20 January 1901

111 6 AL 4 t1 11 but l d Military Men Are Disappointed With Action of War Office. ROBERTS' ESTIMATE. Be Advised the Minisiry to Send Fifty Thousand Troops to South Africa to Relieve Soldiers There. Boers Are Congregating. London. Jan I' -Military mi-n are disaptpinittiii by t:i tti i ulel't if thl mea:,ures adiptf-il by the war flu e f',r esing the situation in ' auth Afrca They av-rt that Sir M1wia- 11 ick B ech is again at faun a- h" wa. I-f ire tht" campaticu ,pn."nd, rut withbhonlel financ ial su p . \V1wh4wh ar," 1,in i a-axn ble. lIe is a Irud at and ,artful ftan cier. whl mintsai ut -v-r- turn that thi war ,.ls, n -. fmuft hI ki it iown f tht lowift p -"Ale p 'int Earl I{ l ,r t crei-tid xi ith havti, 1 elvi-.i the anti istry t, --teri turt 5.tn fr-li tr i anml t~o wait14nfr Vaw no t"111.1 11 ;t r is 111"1 fr ou tit 1 -i t ,i "; 1 * a illIit arrv ti it i s-rt that thit- I.lij since it wo-uld hay, r-lhiied at Ia-' on--f urth of the trip- now in thi fie lii, azil have i-n..arag...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 20 January 1901

.0Wi opn Chill Tiscj *Teselessm .. Garuated to COne Chill's and Fewn and all Malarial Treulass. oes Not Contain Qatalsw Nor Other Poison. Does Not injure the Stomach Nor YEert the Hearing W. A. McL"ty & Ron, DimeBo, Tex., say: 1Ramn an Peptn 'hillToni is the nest we hate ever handled. Mv son preserihes :tin his practice. and says :t in heon l 11 Tonic which a child can take without injury to the stomach.' rice 5 BROW N MF"G. 'O., Prop 'rs Greeneville. Tenn LIMITED. EXCLUS1VELY WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Dry Goods. Notions, Boots, Shoes. Hats 510, 512 and-514 Levee Street. "New:York Othce, 77 FraulLiu Street LAqN- LIOUOL. AM) tIRUCERY CO0 *Corner 'iexas and pring Streets. IE4ADQLATTEWks Vov Fme Whiskies, brandies, Imported L Domestic Cigars, Girs, Wines and Sundries, Beet & Most Patrular Brandt rOUAoV;Axu A xo]ssOs* mATrIsAs. 7 ride solicited. Prcmpt and satiufct')ry attention eiWn allat3iers. Great Clearance Sale THE TExs STORE. The entire stock of Dry Goods, "'otbinr. chops ani 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. — 20 January 1901

THE CAUCASIAN. Tie 0011CISill P~u801If CO01!! OFFCIAL ORGAV OF THE PARISH OF CADDO Tite cntiou Aatitticim'. Mr H M Neil, has given the world another estimate of the cottou cr >p, which is 9,545,000. Ju the p-st c."turv Sir Niel's guessing has in'v'v'd greit. losses on the growers of c-jttjfl of the South. 1I.: has bees -esteemed an authority au l nis trieuds in En gland, eupjcisIly, have relied on what he has said, but be io as variable and as unreliable as the weather, aui only those wao have au n jicit faith in his statewents will be governed by his estimates or guesses. Alm >s' any man of avcrage iutellihence, ft niliar with the production of cotton in the fields of the boutb, could do as well, it not better. i'en-Year-Old indigestion. W fi Peters, Nattanton, Ky., ,rites I have auffered untold misers for ten tear -itn Indigestion and btlious-ess. I wa treated by live pb3 sicians tut obtainer only tenmporary relief. I 5cgsn to uEi Ramon's Liver ?ills ana Tonic Pellets a have...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 20 January 1901

THE WEEKS' EVENTS. the Blanohard-Smith Wedaing Reception. NOTES AND PERSONALS. t. Mark's E, ssonsl church was crowd to over thing with a manri fa!aL nst l1 se'em' lageon Wedne dtiv evctng., e lthb, who bad gat'ered t- witness the upt!ais of Miss Ethel Blanchard to Mr eon Ruthertord Smith. The sacre& de..ce was m:et beautifuly Cecorated with palms and terns: the altar rails were twined with smilax, and tied with lari' bows of white satin ribuon. GJi the i~tar *Ybia:h was a blaze of light, were delica:e feroe,anu white roses. At ::;; o'c&ocl, the hour named for the ceremony, as the strains of Mendelehonn's wedding march I ated through the church, the bridal party entered; thb ushers leading the way, were Messrs John Ford, Frank Churchill, John Saoder and Will Foid. The grooms mer, Messrs Litzto and T bambola Jone', Drs. ;chumpert and Blanchard.; the maids, Ulases Parser. Emily We me, Susie 1t_ e Youree and Jennie May Land; the maid of honor, Miss Luokett, and the brid?, lean. ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 20 January 1901

BMLEY IS VIM3ATE[ NO CAL'' MADE OUT. 'the Intestigation Revent~asi No Trans. &ctiin l trianntal to 1ir. RIiley or Ilher state (ffmck ls. Trust I harge Next. Arstin, .Ja. lI:-Th a *:unit e' ap p. inte! ltv hIiu.e ,f rtpm. e-i. tiiv eston 1 v.'tigit( the read:mi. .:i of the Wat rs Pierre (il e'npavnv and rho connt-tii of ion Jii. . h \V RHilsv and other Frar. otie.r. th rewith, flcidel by unaniin u4 vote to reps rt to the hou, taut they nail b-en nnable to find any thing that reft Nred upon either Mr. Batley, Attorney ( tnoral -iniith or anv C:u r ta:' ofi 'ial in n::, -.L a witii tau matter. The Charges and Evidence. Austin, Jan. I a.-Wh n thi Bailey iivestigating c wunuitt., nt v.wtt r div th. following enart.. wer. admnit Led frog Repreeuirativ. D A. McFall: 'The state of T.exas. connty of Travi" -Conmes now D. A. McFall. a mmembetrf the legislature from Travis onunty, and charges and presezits that heretotore, to wit: "O-i the -day of -1S97. there we in stituted in the distric...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 20 January 1901

CHARTER 1 J. L. Means Machinery Com pany, Limited. lenoisiana. Parish of ('addo. per. came and apieiredl the parties, e sire hereuto ahit scriled. all whli declared that. availing es of the provisions of the laws of e, relative ti corporal oins, and es t Act. pi, if ItRt'of the (ieneraI As l14)t isiana they bare (''ereant8 r and by t hew pre. itc !I t v ato' and hind thenmelv.' a .i a. er liersons as may hereafter is 0acoiated with them, to form and autes corporation and lhelv p litiI for the porlases and Ihjcctc and the stip hat ions, arti ls ai( etndi Y f following, to wit. ARTICLE I. he name and title of the said cor pnra n shall le the .J L. ME.ANsMAt I IN 11Y ('O)MPANY. IMIllTEll). and Its ni Ie is hereby establiahed in the city of Shreveport, Stat. of Louisiana. and under its said corporate nam., niiio corpo ration shall have lower and a ithority to contract, sue and ;e 'tied: to make and use scorporate seal, and t he salne to break and alter at pleasure; ti huel. receive. hav...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 20 January 1901

a Poor Substitute For Inward Worth." Good health, inwardly, of the kidneys, liver and bowels, is sure to come if Hood's Sar saparilla is promptly used. This secures i fair outside, and a consequent vigor in the frame. with the glow of health on the cheek, good appetite, perfect dige tion, pure blood Catarrh-- I have had no return or the catarrh which troubled me for years, imr e Hood's Sarsaparilla t ured mne." Mas. .ToE MARTIN, Washington St.. Ocdensburg, N. Y. Dyspepsia -- cmplic ated with liver and kidney trnuhle, I suffered for years with dyspepsia. with severe pai':. Hut d Sarsaparilla made me st ronui and hearty." J. B. EMtFrToa, Main Streot, Auburn, Me ýI(1,cdJa~ý &a [aka'df II,,. ,I fins ca re Iver Ilk. the can irritating and Sfiý cbthmrtle to tak wi t lied' atarbaparnIL MHE CAUCASIAN, SHRY EPORT, LA., J inuary 29 1901 LADY ESTELLE AND MISS BEtTY "Every'leelinz bast been shaken, Pride which not a world could bow, Bows to thee, be thee forsaken, Even my scut forsakes me n...

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