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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
*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
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
B lankets . ...................... ........ ................. .. 5 ................. . ...... cto 3 00 pair
Com fort... ............... ..... .. .. .. ........ ...... . . . .- ..... 83c to 2 00 each.
Keep your eye uon Our Rug and Matting Debartm.nt.
NEW GOODS DAILY.
The Low Prico Makers 4z3 Texas Street.
Even:.a.child; Con::mpr reelat
* No;:ired, overworked motbe.L
as oal :of troab a. ..*li'aiti
5reveport (as, Electric Light & Power Co
J18 Mlage Stoetg2esr OomimroIal NaLionai Basc.
Just the kind that Everybody iý Looking for
FIne, Medium and Ordinary.
Come and see the Greatest Variety, with prices
just right to suit the closest buyers.
THE FURNITURE MAN.
206 Texas Street.
m zinum 73, ottalub
M., a WoI st 0.8; Ikreve.
M SLv~p, &ad vieimlty:
esiver. i w ~
IM t emat& stUm"ary with
dUh.e urimg a*e aeKS 48
idee eteamier sumarime te
ftUSD18. ter ew or.
IA" Stesmer Luna te&&d
Iv melWedamdady ter
A gd warda.e
flof in igoodmooe tbe
~im ah~£d we eent.
bá tha" aoWrsmise te"
groe t etm., yig
p lkpaos wedt eide
bsboem leid of lin
W*e mens tbe moet
tepyrgant, 1900, bV W. T. eter.1l
St. Joeph, Mo., Desember 2-Laat bu.
Sletlt ave foreeaste of storm wate to erwe
oUtneMt 1 te gS, walm wave t11 o 25,
«oo wave u4 to SS.
Storm wave will reach Paedio oast
about 31, eroe weet of Roetie by oeie ot
81, great etral Valleye January 1 to 8,
~aterm State* 4.
Warm waTe will erom rwet of Bookles
about 80, great oMetral V>lley Ja2uary 1,
Eatera States January 8
Cool wave will troe west of Bokjes
about Jaanuary 2, great eestral valleye 4,
Eetera State 6.
Abouat dat* of this balletia tomnerature
will be ritlag la the great eeatral valleye
and teamperature of the tollottig wbk
wIIIl average above normal.
Next bulletin wil <tive general forecaste
of Jesuary weathber.
ALFALFA: ALFALA I
New Crop, 1900 Grown seec.
I have in traneit 60,000 poounde new
Alfalla Clover ~oed. dame was con.
t am -d foó iaa. &pring, anm was growu
spec'ally for tre. It will be to the
rovantage of p oepective buyers to
get samolep and prieem from na be
(ore bu3 %.g elaewberè, aa there will
be a large quam ty of low grade need
on the marlet, on aecount ot the long
drouth in the Alfalfa lrowing section
Any latoamation regr-diung Alfat!a,
as to plaating and the p <LAt to be
aerived theretrom, will be cheerfolly
given. REN SY RO E5,
Wkholeale Seed Merchant, Shreve
Actf kssa/ily .anuJïvmpt/7
Cleanses the System
Gentlv and Effectually
w'ien bilious or costive.
I%ïvents in tA/e m'sl acccpgablefam
the Jarative prncakles ofplIn:s
&rnoYj's to actumost Amnel)cm1y
TO GET ITS BENEFICAL EFFECTM
BUY THE CENUINE - MANFD. r F(
CALIFORNIA fiG SRUPCQ
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
LOUISVILLe , KY. WW TORK. N.
#Ar su/ ly 4 ppists - prire 50< p<r boftle.
Did You Ever
Impossible it is for you
to o b t a i n satisfactory
prices from merchants who
pay too much for their
We buy right and.our
goods are half sold as'
soon as the customer hears
the price, w handle only
the best goods, have the
largest assortment and can
suit the most exacting and
refined tastes. The holi
day rush is riow on in our
store, those who wait this
year until the last day~
may get left-the most
desirable goods will be
sold, and it will be impos
sible to give 'you the at
tention we would like and
that you des ire.
Please do not wait, but
come at once and make
your selection, have the
goods laid aside to be de
livered any time you like.
LEON M. CARTER,
32 TEXAS STREET.
Effective Today, Dec. 23.
The Cotton Belt pasenger train
No 7, will arrive at Shrevqport at
11:80 a m, aud No 8 will leave Shreve.
port at 4:45.
lI you are lnterete I in soe lety station.
ery, ailI at Allen's Pharmacy and *ee the
flatest mad awellest tinM. Geranfuw Ros,
N'e Green and Aerlal Blue, in b<xes,
tablets and balit.
Positio Wasted b- * A. rootant.
Au accountaut wants positlou
bthorougbhly nuoderstande bis w rk.
Beferennces given. Write to tbe au
A hection Man Killed From a
Tbursuav arteruoon asectlon hand,
a colored miiun, while at work on the
roadway of the Sherman, bbreveport
and Southern, .htout six miles from
Jeflereon, Tex , was killed by one ot
two youug men who were on the
train, on whibch were excursionists
going from their bomes in Texas to
visit relatives and friends in Missis
sippi and Tennesbee.
When the train reached Shreveport
Thursday night, Chief of Police Lake
bad several young men under arrest
and a little later Sheriff Ward re
ceived a telegram from Sterifl Hay
wood of Marion couuty, Te;, charg
ing several persous unknown, witb
murder. Amnoun the yonog men ar
rested were c E Rutledge and W H
McDonuald, who were held, but later
McDonald was released by col Waid
on the statements of gentlemen who
were with liii in the car and were
positive he was in his seat aäleep
whe- the pistol bshots were tirtd and
the man wap killed. McDonald waj
greatty rejoiced wheu relrased from
jail as he was en route to Missiassippi
1o be married.
A singular incident of this arrest
Is that Rurhledge and McDonald held
cummisions as deputles of the sherifl
of dill cnuuty, and neither were ac
quainted nor did either, until that
night, know their official connections
Among the party were several v bo
were compelled to lay over ai'd mis
cd the train. The social standing of
these people gave the arrest a sensa
tional tthuge with more or lees inter
eat. Rutledge is held on the state
ment of a young manu who saw bim
pulling the cartridges from the pia
t >s after the shots had been ired.
Friday afternoon Rutl.Jge was plaeed
In Lbohe eaatody of theriff Haywood,
of Jefferson. He Is charged with
murder. It ba* been asoetruuned thbat
th*e ttotasean ww killed in Harrlsoe
co'uaty, a short eaistauce trom the line
of Marion enuuty and the tilal of tbe
aceueed wilt be b Id in Marshall, Tex
To Cure a Uol in On s Day
Take J.axative :Bromo (Qutoine Tabiri
All druglsts refUad sto mooe .f n fall,
are. I W. Grove' iagnatnre s on
*î>1i box W>C.
Saingers ana pubte peatkers wilt In
mnediate rellel from bheotefese by uslng
Romeopttblo bpeeoilj UloUa No. 2,
Maurfactured and tor Male at Alleb'.
Dr J L 8harp, of Blanchard,omplimemt
ed the CanUeaslan with m aDppreolated oall
Capt R T Vias, who li representlag a
commereital £r ot Memphia, Tenam., was
we comed home yetetay ad hbls trieads
are p eased te gre*t kim. He w s peed
the Cbristmas holidam wsth his tmaily
belore returaing to hs commerolal par
The Cauelas is gratiled to note that
Mr R Huaneieker amd Mr L R Sith have
been commisliotned by the Supreme Court
of Loutstiana Their examisatlon was
ereditaele and they were complimented,
We wa»b our fricads the fulset *nooee
and big fees *ad memm eas~.
Of Ramon'» Tonic regulator Free
to the Keaaers ut This Paper
The manufacturers of Ramou's
Tonic Regulator, the est vegetabli
liver tuedicde made, recently en.
larged the packagd to nearly twice ita
former size. Tbe druggisteu e
6btirevepor~ bad more toan 600
packageB of the same in itock aL
the time and have beeu * u bor:z3d to
give it out to their cusromners ree ol
charge to more tborougbly introduce
it imoug those who bave never tried
it. ,all on your drug-us at once amud
get a package be-fore it is all góne.
L's the best.
We are the leader# ia hlo d inks-hot
coflee, hot cholocate, bouillon@ and all the
the latest. Allea's kharmacg.
When you w*uiî moneocy, are iDsuç
ance. bonds, lite tnasurance, real estate,
aeelderit losurance or buildinc and loan
stock, see W C Agura, n tb t Cooper
Cotton Belt Route.
On account of thbe aunnual conventlon of
the Soutbe a Educatlonal Aasociatlon. o
hp held at itelmond, va.. December 27-3*,
19'JO, the Cotton Bielt Route wul zel ru'i d
ti ap tickets at rate of onetare lous &2 tur
She round trip, tickcea to be sold December
24; tinal limit, January 2, 1901.
When ueediug goode im the sad.
dlery line, try R P Norton, 203 Texas
street. His line of stockr, aide ani
boys' saddles is complete; he also
carries a line of horse covers, olankets
and lap robes. Repair'ng a specialty.
Goods in the saddlery liue make
subatantial bristmas presenta.
Ladies' Regu'ar 10. Hose, Black or Tan at 8c pair. E
( bildren,8 regular 10c Ilosep, all sizes, 8C pair.
Ladies Flanel Lined Undershirta worth 35c at only 25c. Pant3 to
a match seme price.
Ladie's nou-shriDklng Veste sold by others at .$1-00, Iur price
* 65c each. Pauts *o match, eame price.
Ladies' All Wool Vest& worth 1.25 at only 98c. Panuts to matca <
3 Ladie's Muslin Uuderwear'at very low prices.
Give us a call. We have a beautiful lot of all kinds of Ladie's
W. A. Ross, 417 Texas.
e* s ew S s 9oe.** * e e es w s
PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR XMAS CANDY WITH
Ttie Lemn M Cirter Drug Co. Ltd
Our stock"of Perfumes is the largest in North
Louisiana. What do you want?. We have it.
Brush up or brush down, or any other old
kind of Brush. We have alk kinds of
Comb your horse with a currycomb. But
When you need a nice comb we have it.
Our Xmas goods are arriving; look out for
Hot Stuff at our Fountain. Chocolate,
Coffee, Beef Tea and Soups.
The Leoul . Carter Drug Co.,Ltd.
326 Texas Street. Ccoper Building
The followlag marriage lHesesa were
muened.by the clerk ot the therict Court,
Caddo pa-tlh, La.. lor the week; mnding
8aâtrday, December t. 1900:
Ambrose Broadus and Lida Lake.
Pdter James and I isabeth Walker.
Green Pendleton ad Agnea Robianon.
Ollil li«milto3 and Prady Tyler.
Ziesok Reiding and Sulte Galnes.
J A lthimpkine and Behka Termer.
Raymond B FItz-Bandolph and LoaWs
Chia DavideoD and Agnee As el.
Jes* Cappel and Jesiale Ptanlord.
A Stephese and MarteU Cotatom.
Beo 1Robert aad ditta Wigtines.
J C WilIlUams ad Mr* Z A Wilhams.
Hieklia Johas &ad Rm~U Creigtot.
Jame PFlmore and Polly Thomas.
Luelus Edwarde aad Ida Riboy.
Chaa MobleV and Mary Wlltlams.
Burrell blmia ud Georgia 'Brown.
W f Plyna and Nary Z Oneal.
Baul M Loegworth and ZOe 9Waton.
Irving Shutk ana Mary Smith.
SaLdtord Jaqkaon and Adell Merritt.
Wm Ruder and Etoora Jackvo-.
Willie Jeter and BatHie Blebardson.
HBnry legas and Carrie Kvans.
Joeh Herriea and Sallie Robinson.
N.l* Robinson and Mary Ann Robinesn
Tom Williame and Otella Alexander.
David uimes and Hannah George.
Bila P Naitt and Rachel Lewi.
Richard Minor and ballie Tbomas.
Millaa Vateon and fary Semilar.
Boem J<hnoen and Aacle Oebrooks.
Geo Stringer and Hattle Porterh
Jobn Ridgeby and Faratnie Owena.
Oscar Hamilon and Hattie Jeflerson.
J se L ard Mis 1M pnt,
To the Publio.
I wish my old friends and the gen
eral public to know that I am 1Ml
conducting a cotton storage, real
estate and rental business at my old
stand 118 Texas street. I give my
p,;buual attention to Lle amie ot Cji
tou. I purcha4e goods lor cuitomers
in the country tree of charge.
My facilitiedfor gettipg the very
latest and mcst reliabie cotton news
ia equal to that of any firm In Shreve
I sell every deecrintiuuon 01o real
estate, suCn as timber Ilnda, farnis
residences, storee, vacsut lots aud
3uborban tracte. 1 rent bouseq and
farms, coliect rente, ir-ke prompt rt.
[mittances and pay taxes for non-res
ideuts who intrust teir business to
me- All business intrusted to me
shall have my best attention.
W. C PERRIN
118 Texas Street. Shreveport,
Dr T M 4 (megya, dentist. iffice in
Calanthe Lodge K. of P,
At a meetiln o' C lanthe Lodge N-. 16,
SKoaibte of PythIta, held rriday alght, the
lollowing named #iüceera were eleted tor
the enasulg term: Louls N Bruegerb ff,
tiaancellor eommander; A K Criler. viee
ciaeellor; W A Mabry, prelate; Louis
Mslkup, maser of werk; J 0 J'ankise,
keaper of records and saa; M B Parker,
master of fioance; W J Bayeredorfer, mas
ter of exchequer; LA isat, master at aRma'
B R Bain, inner guard: PP L eary. enuter
guard; Joha Arthur and J J Neelaad were
elected traetees, the former tor three years
aed Mr. Neelaad lor the two year terlk
Wldow and Orphaa Committee: Dr J J
Seitt, L Malkus *nd Thomas Green.
Thought hlis Tim3 Had Come.
v»i A Ziekfoose, Hemook. W. Va., saye
Two yeara Oo 1 was lald up with mv liver
1 thougbt my time had come. 1 bappeaed
om to itamon's Liver Plls and used ore
box. 1 am all rigbt now. L uave been
feeling like another man slnce that time.
klave you a coid in the head, socompa
nied by uncontrollable sneezing, eye
watery, red aud leao ned. eaing all aoe
body, eepentally at nape of neok. Bone
eche as it they had been beaten. If yod
teel this way, try Spectlt Gebauie *18"; it
will relieve vou. Manfactured and lor
sale by Allen's Phsrmacy.
* RE lIOUS NOTICE.
st. Mark's !piscopal Church.
Service. today as folowe:
Morning prsyr and nermon at 11 a. m.
Sunday schoo' at 9:45 n. m.
Ther3 will be no eveni g te-vice.
Service on Christmas day will begin at
10:10 a. m.
hv2rybody c2rdially Invited to attend Alj
Central Christiam Church.
Preajbing at 11 a. m. end 7 p. m.
Sunday school at at 10 a. m.
uhurheb at corner of Hicke and Liwrence
street., in one kloek of all car lines.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
bv local applicatlons as they cannort reach
t'ie diseamed pnrtlon of th- ear 'There ie
Sonly one way to cu e ceafne3a, ant that .
'y constitutional remedies. tLeetnet(j i
causecd by an Indfliimed 'ocdition o> 2 -
muccus linine of the E-stiacbian Tu e.
When Ithis tube is irli red oin bhave a
r mbling sound or impericect th iring. wa
aLd when it i enthi- ly clscd. desitaess ias
the result, ant' unless the intümmi on
o, beta.ke'1 out anil this tube res;ored to
it. normal condition, bearing wilt be de
kzreyed !*rever; nine cas'ee out cl ten a e
ciu-bed by catarrb which is notning but an
ii flilaed condition of itr uiucous suLrfaceS.
v e wijl give one Hund ed I)ila.s icr
*. y case ot destness (tiuseul ry caLarrb)
th. t canno. be cu cd by Hadis Catarra
gure. Send tor cireculars tree.
F. J. CHENEi & (O, TAledo, U.
'old by druggist : 7Tr
Hall's eAmily Pilis arethe best.
t or Salte.
Hogs on foot for sale. Applyto
T W W Stiueon, Beuton, La., or to
lHunter Broe., süreveport, La.