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Mother of Invention."
It was the necessity for an
honest, reliable blood purifier
and tonic that brought into
existence hiood's Sarsapa
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trated extract prepared by a
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process peculiar to itself and
giving to Hood's Sarsaparilla
unequalled curative power.
Its 'wonderful record of cures has made
J America's Greatest Medicine.
Rosy Cheeks - " I have good
health and rosy cheeks, thanks to Hood.
iarsaparilla. It builds me up anr
saves doctor bills." Mary A. Burke,
East C(air St., Indianapolis, Ind.
Hood's P1Ils cure liver Ills; the non-irritating and
y cathartic to take witTh food' Tar.aprill
T1H EDAILY CAUCASIAN
SHREVEPORT, IA.. November 25 , 1900
Important D c!sion.
On Monday last the Supreme Court
of Louisiana, in session in New Or
leans, through Justice N u B!anch
ard, hand d a decision which
asrms toe judgment of the lower
court of which Judge Lee, in th,
case of the Nona Hills, of Leeavi.le,
declared unconstitutional the ac
pr.hibiting the use of checks or
tickets at plantations and stores,
issued to employes.
Under this decisiod the use of
checks and tickets as the equivalent
of money may be resumed at plants
tion s' ores, mills, etc.
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Jaoob tvaa, jezas Btreet.
The old reliable, Jacob Gall, mer
oboat tailor, has removed to Tess
Street nearly opposite the Bapt|ia
eburob. Be will be pleased to bave
the calls of his friends and of all those
wbibtng suit made ton rst-elass style at
gerk sad Carrier Examination.
- be United States civil service
ecuissi@on suouneas that on 1oe
ember 15 next, an examination will I
be held in this city for the positions *
of elerk and carrier in the postofoe
service. An examination was re
eanlly held which failed to result in
Ssufficilent number of elizlbles to i
meat the needs of the service; eon
a quently It is necessary to hold an
All, pn res who have been a.
smik.d for the potion of clerk or
crrier within the pest year sad tail.
ed to pes may be re-examned upon
SAlng Vi, applieations in due time.
TLS natore ot the examination is a
stest oprastleal, general intelligence,
and of adapbhlltty is poetmiffe wort.
The age 4mitations fog this examidn.s
ti are as follows:
O;etke pot * ss w an 18 lyess.
LCrrer, betweea 91 and 40 year;.
AppLeant tor maklelerk and car
tskr smt have the medical cartll .see
iB torm 101 exesuted. Applicants
for errmler ast be as let b A 4 tn.
In htipht, and .egh not less tpan 125
pesLds. applicantu are not
ngoredn have this sertmleste ex
95I6 examination is open to all
elliseas o the Usted hates who may
desre to enter the seaiee, and who
cmaply with the requiremente.
Aplilese mnut be on Sic wath the
ecretary, t toe local board before
the be or of eloraug busiteas on LCe
amber 7, 19O..
. Mack Edwardsis ser*tary of the
BIVMIM AD W*Atas3,.
Tile u yaver isne wsi r eiray
ý ver: Jrlts, l 4, a rie ct f; shrp
pien $ O, a toa et oL.
>rNer C atee m -aa rive duries as
asst 0 berse wll ris at a..ims, had bsow
astey stasreessy. Sths id by risig stage;
erbne: air euf y; .der.
:A i Jover * seo aser elnts
s ****d to 1:6ve smeraesw, nemay,
NA - -
Dr 9W Ast. | see i
• tC ' Y. /
7 Y YOUR
u eis and Produce
a i (tst , emiu .ry sps.. In ahruy.
,w& a h1I s ve s sev.. Stret..
Additional School Houses.
Copies of a petition, adiressed to
Police Jury of Caddo pariah, are
b ing circulated t hr ughout Public
School District No. 1, which em
braces Shr vepor:, and which all
taxpiyers in favor of public schools
are urged to sign. The purpose is to
secure pu'ic school houses within
the corporate lirm s ad in easy reach
of the greatest number of pu:ils in
their respective localities Toe presi
dent of the School Board, Hion J H
S'8epherdl, and the members of the
B iar.l ar very much in earnest oni
this subject, and thest gentlemen
will, no doubt, receive the cordial
and most generous support of the
taxpayers, all of wuom, irrespective
nf sex or race, may sign the petition.
It is proposed to have constructed
several schoolhouses at a cost not to
exceed seventy thou-aud dollars, for
which there shall be levied a special
tex of two mills pt-r annum, on the
taxa')le property of this school dis
trict, for a period of s-ven years, c'm
miucing on the firbt day of January,
No money can be better invested
than in public school hous s, and
therefore, we would urge every tax
payer to sign the petition when pre
sented for his signa'ure.
IS YOUK RIO0P LEAKY?
W B Weaver is Rteady to Stop All
How's your root? Isit leky? It
may need painting. Eyery da)'s de
lay will increase the s z as well as
the number of leaks. It is money
well invested if put on a roof which
is leaky and in need ot attention. 1 h
old reliable W B Weaver will paint
and atop the leaks in any roof nuder
the sun. .lhingle root and any old
roof will be made almost as good as
new. Give hmsj ,b. He will guar
antee his work Postoflce Box 306,
Annual Lon vention League o
Account of the above meetlan, to be
held at Cha lesoto, t. C., December 12.15
1900, the Cotton Bolt Route will sell round
trip tickets at rat of one fare, plus $2.
tickets to be sold December 12 to 15, with
return limit December 9A.
In the Orphanage.
On Thurrday last Matilda and
Margie Lee, aged 8 and 6 years, were
asmltted into the Genevieve Orphan
age on so order of Mr Isaase Barron,
the manager of this institotlon. The
mother of these girls died some time
since and their father, t.am Lee, an
Indian doctor, died of pneumonia in
hbl tent near Pixle. The chbilren
wire conveyed to Shreveport by Mr
W A Ogilvie. In the orphanage they
will And the best care and attention.
The dedication ot the new build.
ang for the GenevieveOrphanage will
be held next Wednesday, Novem Mar
8& The ceremony will be interest
ing. The Home Charitable Assola
tion will hold a reception from S pm,
to 10 p n, at whioh free will of rings
will be appreciated.
The following marriage Ileooese were
issued by the clerk of the lDitrict Court,
Caddo parish, I for the week ending
Saturday, Novemb.r 4.1900:
SWlie Frank an5 Minerva Eills.
Whl Evass and Eveohno Moore.
J B englnd sand Luls Baker.
J T Berrytill to Mend White.
H BRobineo and Ass Williams.
L Q RAhoes sad estIe Shelton.
Jobs Fallon and Lstie Nash,
PR B ode sand Ktiem Aile Reel Carter
Jamesiarker and'Georgia Ephtasia.
Oliver Seot end C Cooper.
J M Rogrer and Misn Alla R Gosp.gn.
John ColUles and [earl Ware
B ] PI od and Lnda C Ware
Philip Nelson and Charlotte Damns.
Rlihard Banks and isabell JSaoAon.
Melvin 4 anlge sad Jurline Martle.
Gold Randolph and MtlUe 1 Ba*
John Br. ster snd Savannah Romb.
pan 4.DnDls and Amanda Minme,
Jim .immeleona a ddit Sinclair.
.. IH Walloae aid Clara Lane.
8 a Pate sad Mise Anna Tuurmond.
BIG WiAGS Ar OIME .
LADIES! I make big waes at home.
and want all to have the same eppor.i aniy
1 he work is Very pleasant and wl'l easily
p-y $1d weekly. This is so deeeptioe. 1
weast o motey sad will gladly send full
t partlculars to all tendlog stamp. Mrs H
a W It3HtLN3, Beteon Harbor, Ieh.
Rteal Estate Traufters.
The Iolloowini transfers of real estate
,we e recorded by the clerk of the D's'rict
C Irt for the week ending Saturday,
November 24, 19 0.
w C Perrin to 1' J Dnnig, lots 1, 2, 3
t hall of 4, block I). "'tr.:i '. eut;divca ol.
H F Doll to Parker & B r on, souta half
,I northeast quarter, iortb half of .outb
- st q larter, southeast q(iarter of north.
w, -t quarter, section 1'7, tOwnship 16,
r rge it, 1,f50) 0).
V, i & ' IP to Wm Winter, northeast
qlalter of northeas q irter, bse ion i.
wc:sbp 18, range 14, 1O, 00.
IR L Wali r to A McCI inilo. scu'hwest
q arter, section 1S, township 21, range 15,
A Querbes to J H Millire. fractirnal
;. uthwest quarter, section 20; fractiona'
a4 utbeaet quarter, section 1)., Iracto a
, rtheast qu rter section 20, all g.*t oi
lied bayou, township 22, range 14. 8.000 0).
M's w iF Miling to Youree Bcee, north
west q' ar:er, section 18, towndilp) 2t range
14, 15,0M0 (i0.
J H Levy toG 1, Harris, lot 2), block 15,
arkview, 57 00.
Orwves. Lawton Pt al to C )lqulitt & Pit.
man. lot 70 feet and 140 In section S3, Itown.
sntp 23, range 15, 120 00.
West ahreveport Com )any to Richard
Mubley, lots 5 and 6, b:ock 16, West
hrteveport, 100 00.
F M Fuller to Agurs & Kincemor , lot
:8, olock C, Texarkana annex, 3,J0 0).
J H Esdy to J G McLemore, lot 11, blc',
45, Vivian. 74 00.
A rkansus T )wesite Co to J H Eady, lot
11, block ,i3. Vivian, 25 00.
Arkarsas Towna'te C) to PondIer &
Rtawlis, lots 1 ard 2, bloe:k 53. Vivian,
Aebeuser.Busch Co to James Causey,
release of mortgage on lot 4, block 43,
Arkansas 'i'ownsite Co to J (O McLemore,
lPt 7, blcck 5L, Vivian, 8) (0.
Agurs A Klngsmo-n to Congo & Ca, lots
12 and 13, bloaK 4s, 8,000 00.
W B Lawton to Colqultt & I'i tm ir, and
In 'orthwest quarter, section 33, township
23, range 15, 125 00.
A C DTminlok to W T Colquitt. lot in
M'"s, 85 00.
W W Elder to W A Boyn'on, northwe't
quarter of southeast quarter section 19,
townl,dlp 19. rango 16, 2100 tO.
Union Mortgage Company to Solomon
Maser, west half of section 4; 'outheast
quarter of smction 4. township 19, range 14,
Sol Mayer to Abo Meyer, west half and
southeast quarter of section 4, tiwnshi •
19, range 14, 100 00.
A Curria to A R Sohounreg, lot 9, block
13, Currie's addition, 100 00.
M A Graves to A C Domlnick, l)t In
Mirt, 125 squtr yards, 10 00.
Mrs M A Hlokley to A . Clingman, lo's
18 and 14, block 5, Holm villle, 17(0 CO
Mrs M J McDermott to N W McUlure,
lot 12, block 68, 2,003 00.
B L Gilliam to Gen W Lester, lots 1 to
18 inclusive, Gillism, 197 W0.
Geo W Hutto to RT Morgan, soutbhw st
quarter of southwest quarter of section 18.
towasnlp 18, range 15, 201 00
Joseph Ponder to J G McLemore, lots 1
and 2, block 58, Vivian, 00 00.
Arkansas Construction Company to J G
Mc Lemore, lot 18, block 43, 50 00.
The flllowng is a lLst of letters re
mainlng In the postomce at Shreveport to r
the week endtin Saturday, 4ovemeber 1,
Abrams, Mrs Amos Alexander, Miss 8
Atleson, Mlss M Austin, N anuie
Belalord, Alies \ Bile, Mrs M 8
Roone, Mrs Drueolla COveness, Mattie
(Costman, Altoe Cody, Mrs Mattle
C leen. Alice Cox, re W lliam
Cole, Margie Davis, Mary
Dean, Delia Dickens, Mrs C E
Blliott, MIss Corn Frederlor, Mis. H L
w~lnt IClira Gaskin, Mrs'Katle
8se, Hattie Godfrey, FPanoe
armass, Annie Barrison, Mrs F A
HRrroen, Mi Mary Hodg , Mrs M B
Readersea, Dolly Mise, Lee
Moore, Florenos Moore, Maude
Nelsos, Mrs A B Oliver, Matte
g.ers, Miss Saster, Mrs A
Stoerds, Mrs E Thomas, Sophie
Tiersey, M J M Waslace, Miss Sallie
#Washinton. Miss 8 Westbrook, Miss 8
W1 ey, Mrs B Wilson, Miss Ella
Wilsoo, Miss Mandy Wilso~, MUr Ella
Williams, Miss Josie
Allea, Sam Anderson, Walter
Astolee Tommy Am.s. T
Brown, 3 D Bradon, Joe
B" seall, J P' B4arette. Joe
Bass, Jas Bal3, War isr
B umn, J5s H Burt, J L.
Bal er, G lImt H Care, J M
Cr.ne, FPH Crain, S
Cik, Bucask Gornell, W L (2)
* lol, Allen Davenport. J 'r
D .vin, A D Desan, L RBy
Diamond, Bobt n)uannut ,U K
Evans, W W Ford A Co,fsb dsalers
Poster, F W Ford. u0s5
GOrrett.Gso Oodsey Ls .
Gordon, Lea Ganntin, Jhn F
iardaway, Wm B Hamlel, J M
d il,. Willie Boumb. Wm
H well, i Hu'dsoo, Bv
til', lBas y Huckaby, B 'rule
Johnson, Willlam Jones. Whlilanm
K'ly, WM (2) Lookhbrt, Cf
Morles. AT Marti E L
Matepell Sam Miles, .ave
Mo ri, "boas8 Murpay, Rich
McMurray, Thomas Parker, A boor A
'arson, B J Parrik, Joe
P tkleJ Powers. B ohard
Q rn, C T Rambln. Jul.
Sboersou, BH Richarl,s. W A
lt-. LA • Pherman, Dr
Smart, M B Smpson, Andrew
abock. J U icott, W I,
ktruthere. W L Thomas. Z T
Tavlor, FP i Tracy, Chirley
Waskerl, W bite, Lew
Wilson. M A (3) White, Kllit
Wilkins, D r Williams, B W
Williams, GOo Williams, Jno L
Withll , ASron Williams, (
W ille.-, Saul Wood, .hasu
Yell, J5. .
Parties calling for above letters will
please say "aivertleed." O.ae hours
on Sunday from 10 to 11 a. m.
L. M CARTER,
Thanksgiving Beo ption.
The ladies of the IIomt Charitable
Ah.eslation will g vw a Ihankegirlng
reeeption at new Geuevieve Orphan.
go on W ednesaay afternoon, N ).,
vember 28, from 2 till 7 o'clock. It
will be a free w.11 olering to.assist
is pur.ikdlg winter clothes for the
filidrea. All the a m'ers of the
sasodia'on are urged to be at the
Orpheauge promptly at 2 o'elock.
MRs RAND, Seeretary.
),'tt-er in, cur -. T,. t's Live!
Pills " n t , , but i"
dys !::, I , -: , alaria,
constipation, i - , torpid
.iwer arnd kin ,-d s.
TUTT'S Liv r PILLS
Special Silk Sale.
'1,500 yards 19 inch Taf
fatine Silk, Black and
Colored, regular 60c value
only 45c per yard.
Ladies' Tailor-ma de
In order to clear out our
stock we will place on sale
Monday morning our entire
line Black and Colored regu
lar $5, 6, 7 50 Skirts at the
uniform price of :3 50.
Ladies' Silk Waists.
We have about 25 Black
and Colored Waists of theil
Holzman Manufacturing Co.
make, regular 6 00 and 7 50
in order to close these out
beginning Monday morning
will make a uniform price
of 3 75.
Our 11-4 Australian Rose
Gray Blankets woreh 5 00
only 3 98.
Our 10-4 Nevada White
Blanket, worth 3 50, only
Our 11-4 Carnation White
Blanket, worth 5 00, only
Our 11-4 Tricco White
Blanket. worth 10 00, only
Uarpsts, Mattings and
Don't fail to see our line
before making purc'ares.
Remember our price of 50,
60 and 75c on Ingram Car
pet laid on you floor is the
best to be had (quality con
sidered) in North Louisiana.
27x54 Nubia Rug, worth
2 00, only 1 48.
222 Texas Street
Red River Line
CHAS. P. TRUSLOW,' Prpes'lent.
CHAS. W. DRO WN Ieerettry and I rals
Manager, New Orleasn, La
W. F. DILLON, Ueaeral Freight iad -
meager Azent Shreveport. L...
FOR NEW ORLE iuN,
STEAMN R ELECTRA
Will leave Monday, Novemb.r 26, at
Freight rcoeived for all points at all
times on the wharlbo it
W. 1. DiLLON,
(teneral Ticket sao rassenger A~gent
u1TY MARSBHAL'S BALE
No 884-Joseph Boissesu vs. N. Moses.
By virtue ot a writ of lartl ltaei issued
to we to the above entitled and number
ed suit by the Hon. C, L. Hions. jouge of
the Lity Court In and for the ctn o!
hbrsejL(rt, Fourth Ward, ssddo parish,
Louislana, I have se'zed and will sell at
tie storehouse lately occpiepd by the de
lend-nt, on Commerce street. In the city
of Shrevepolt, La., within the legal hours
for sales, to the lost and highest bidder. on
SATURDAY, DIECCMBER 8, Ist)0.
One small stock of groceries, ixtres., etc.
To:mes of sa -Cashb, subject to appraise
ment, JAb. M. k AR'lIN,
Shreveport, La., Nov. 25, 19p,
BIDS N11 VITBID.
Bids are hereby Invited for bullding a
bild=e, about 80 or 90 tees long, known as
Hancock bridge, is Fahleks, shbot ono
I If mole from olty limIts. Said bidge to
be built of wood aoeording to rdtsh
i *tSoicalOs. Bids to be opened st net
sessles of the Jury, Deoomber 13, 19)0.
The Jury reserves the right to rejeet any
sad all bids. WM. WI TEet
A L DOUIIa63B, Clerk.
Your Mloley's Worth.
All who are interested in -eing cofm
fortable during the xx inter m )ntlhs are
invited to call at
307 Texas st.
He offers special values in Capes, Silk
Waists and Silk Skirts, Ladies' Hats,
trimmed and rntrimmed, Blankets and
S OQuilts all at low p.rices, Clothing and
furnishing goods for mer. and boys all
at bargain prices.
ALWAYSI YOUR MONEY'S WORTH.
1900 Season 1901
AIRTIGHT HEATERS FOR WOOD AND COAL.
Office. Bed-Room and Parlor Heaters.
Nowis the tim_- to select while*the line and stock is com
plete. Cook Stoves and Ranges, the Cheapest and
the Best. Don't forget that we are the leading
House furnishing people for the peoe.
L. M artel & d o'n,
211 Texas' St. 'Phone 555
To Allen's Pharmacy
and get the best hot
Coffee and Hot Cho
colate in the city. Buy
the best when it comes
to Candy selgctiot, we
are agents for Nun
nally's 10c, 30c and 60c
boxes. We sell the best
Cigars that are to be
found. While in our
place look al our Sta
tionary Case near the
The latest Creations in
swell Society Station
ary, "Geranium Pink,"
"Nile Green" and
"Aerial Blue." We
have no old stock to
dispose of, all we have
is new and fresh and
at prices most reason
able, Just come around
412 Texas Street.
Telephone No. 5
327 TEXAS STREEaL.
C(omx aLd examiue my new clesa
grocery atuck. Ever)4 ting at tea
ponable pr ces. Don't forget tbs )!ace
I rY MAARB SL'S.t3ALr.
No. 819 P. Draise vs. Henry Leopard.
By %irtue of .wlilt ot tart tacise issued
to me in tLP above enttalee sod numbe'ed
uit, Dy tht Hon. C. D. H'^-ke. judge of .be
Cty Court. in and for the city of ibreve
go t. Fourth Ward, Cadde parish. Losis
'i.n.D, I Lave a3zMI d id lill sell at the
prieipal front donr of the corthbouse.
Within the legal hours for sale, to isat noo
highest bidder, on
hATU ROAY, DKCE )IMB B 8, 100,
one -Hal wood" c so register.
Ter ms of sase-- Osahb, subidit to SpIrai
_e at. JA $ . h.MA1y I
Shreveport, La., boy. 25, 1900.
SubI scribe for the Cai-w
General Local Market
Bacon ............................ 103
Dry Salt Meats ..........t........ e
Breskiaut isaon ................. 120
Hams-C- oleoe canvassed srcr.
cured ....................... 108 4:
lard-uom ou .u. i 1.4e; pure.... 8 1-so
sacon 1lates.................... 9e
Flour-Beet patent, 4 500?4 75; fair pa
tent or straight, 4 0u(i4 r; extra lancy
V(oron eal, 1 46 per barrel; 813 pound
sacks, 2 I1.
raokoere-A B C loda Crackers are
quoted at Slo; cream. S8 by the lot.
Rieos-New LoouisiaOa, 430 o.,
.COFF7E AND TEA.
tJolfee-Fair, 100; medium grade. 11%o.
Tea--God stock on hand, lair demand,
tair at H0e; good, 4te50o; tne, 76'l S6c;
ineat, 11U)0o pea pound by the ones..
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.
ugatr Standard graaulate. F%c. choleJ
yellow oartfled, so; seeonds, su
Molasee-'-,ommea, laI; ,r Ae, open.
Settle, Sue; choice reboiled, e4OJe,
nlione-- 1 10 a Uuseut
Beans -Navy, 4e per oun .
irish eostotsOe-6 to 170.
BAGGING AND TIft.
Bagglag, pound 9o..
Twane-Wor bailing pur8osoe quoted st
15o per pound by tee bale
Iron Tie, 1 (0.
Chewing-Good medium, 11l-4eh, sid.
tIS; better grades. 2C6dS0; MAe quality os
G LtN AND FICBDSTUIre.
ofre-axeed saoke, 6SO per bushes.
lay-Uiotsee prairte (Arsaaneas, $7.00
C.opped Corn- I1 80 rr l0a posu s.
Miiat seeeuM- .G0 per hundred pound.
CBICK.L:,' AND EGGS.
Chlokens, bhes per dozena........2 7.3 00
Fryers, per doren, dull.......... 8 oI)
Broller petr dot n ................ 4)
Eggs Iresh ..................... 161 16)
ButLer, country, per penua....... 1.l1I
Butter, Jersey. 1 lb ortae........ 1 tb r
Butter. oreaaery, northern 21(A)
Turkeys, per dosen. ...........no demand
. rIIUIT AND N.UJ' '
Almonds, per pound............
Baanans........ ........ 002 0)
Brazil nute, per pound........... . 1)3
Carrasts, oleaned, L 13:achane.. U'.
c Ile4 Frua -Apples -e. tV.A
ri ated......... .. .. ... 6. 0
w.t.per pound.... 0
L on.o oo.b.................. 003
Ur.ges................. . b
Or. ages Nsval.... .. . 1 1
Seanutn , bi.,:pichted, OatL, ....
Pecans..... .......* ...... .. 12
Watauts, per pound............... l
Ialuils, per box.. ..........
IlEt LS AND WOOL.
Dry bides .o I, flut per poun 14:
Dry luies, damaged ............
l1y u e . .... ............. 0 90
Dry sarted, No. 1................. alto
Green altedj hitle........ .... ".
SWooli, tuo wasued,cnoice........
Sooi. uuwabsued. clear........... . S
Wool, ourry gnl blaci......... 0A
Beeswax prime................ . 2180
Otuor............... . 1 00a
Beaver 1...... ...... " * 1 0a
e er............. ...... l- .a
luoeun................... * a
Wild ..........................* U
M n ............ ............. * . .
Bear....... .. ..............1 *0** 11
Well skins............. ..... .... 60a
Deer skins, perlb ..... ..... 5 0l
S Mkey I.
hou: `paie. Bok r prtiaars
rseet tre. D.i B. e. W perMUcire
Allasta, o1). Oce, L· yt#..