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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 15 September 1894

__ TH PR'OGREESS. VOL)1.6.-No. :3S[ItREVEJN;P)Ir' LA., SAfTURI)AY. S~tiT' i\IABEJ 1. I5 , PR1.1IdCE, ENS CINCINNATI it HEAVY FAILURE!: WAIT! WAll! UNTIL THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20TH. I C Now is Your Chance, Don't You Miss It. Car luoads of Clothiig have Iell I shipped frolmi the late Ci rcinnrlatt i Failure to SIhe vep.lrt, La. TL'he d- I pression in the Wholetsale clothing I' trade has caustd(l a large Ci:cinnati .1 wholesale clothing houIse to make an " assignent for the benefit of its creditors. with li anilities azouoiit.illg to about X119.000. Their stock a8onutiug to$69,0X) has been placedf in the hands of anll assignee to be disposed of in order to wil(nd up the t affairs of the firm. $20,000 have been disposed of to 1 dealers and $49,000 worth of Fiae Tailor-Made Clothing for Men, Boys t and Children's wear has been shipped t to Shreveport, La., to be sold within the next 10 days at less than Mann- t facturer's Value at tLtail. Posi tively no auction. '1'This great as .iguee's s...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 15 September 1894

JDIRERB TUk;i ±.ss 1. D. HICKS, 6.3. IIICKg. V T. ('RAW FORD, F. i. tOSM AN, W. F. CHASE, CHRI BLNJAMIN GIIA'VZ of Warren, Jbbes & Gratz, St. Louis, Mo. THE HICKS COMPANY (IJMITED), i ll HOLESALE GROCERS & COTTON FACTORS bi' 115 AND) 117 TEXAS STREET, SHREVEPORT. La. * 0h9uses: Corner Soring and Travis and Travis and Common Streets ýl Pti bs~lrreveporft's I)ruggi st. º , JEON M.CATRl i Caveats, aid T M . ent business cc Our Office I and we can sect -DEALER INremote from v -DEALER 17 Send model, tion. We advl charge. Our f " " A Pamphlet, names of actua won. sent fret are Drugs, Mledicines, .A. Opposite P OIyD £O ZL'27 MZC'L2S. ,,,ý rWHY B -Makes a Specialty of ",I Wontld 3-ARDXEN S EED : o both hand, which are warranted to be always fresh. dar with n diro PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY PREPARED. R 'rsina. log s, oto rner Texas and Spring Streets, - - - Shreveport, La. blb dues causc it ii ecaISnf thai atRse is lIt Suppily of G+ DREY & CO. IXPlCIL7II s."lf cloealy -Wholesale Dea...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 15 September 1894

w rrr i Itheres. ed. I re t '3t,.: ttrrhase of thattie .ciffo thet I. trou lty in of ftinl iieit1 on street wdar lineA of I Chlpi1/, `ax on}. has be)fln mson'i eent. notwitguutaiidirk., ri or ctrenlIy the workmn to the itfealiet abd the 'ear of excedinlv hiarid tinae . n 1u1lt a( h erave f o0 moanu y rtors. 'I It 'Ilie moitormaniist th onyi' peso on1 board i i1) hT!" hecis he im t[ey. t Good trin n a re:i} admi red, bulllto' g dirnen I5e Thte fode is o ury iMemorfRnhi.s, o" ut y trife quesvthan nat!!ll cunets onal otsel,Whc ialuie toldl; "th rfndst hor memoy i'1 1recal ,0 1a `N}1.1 per1 rdr, h Jatenitn w p toi in e and I )J for t< mrnofl-. It tigstiti e or:an ha)) ovasp ionr in fa~ to llh -it, the company's , .1Los hI ha'n s by iiriI el'eiig with th e SahIt ries of tend aorist .\1tionu a teipolw10 td 1e who 1~ay for foo' andi~ dirinrk inl re CS r talitl -si on honor oule it is unlhikely they that the oiiniptiv loses tnulch. ft iir a p els prits in thins rel.tLI, whe toen oftheted...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 15 September 1894

THE PROGRESS. IU - frutu JII i'. . ric 1 i -.·· · n· t ·· ':Ir'" ·I '''I H4 l OFlcf' h1. ,t -riJniZ rtlif t, lftWtrri Ni ~illill Ml l Hof tl - O n ?i. ' n r - 1 lix }1 -. ir h 4 rt,".ti\·c · (.i1il I:iC t Thrjx Moth r... ...... ........ r;1tP at 1)t Sanll GOfcial Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Union SHREVEPORT LA. SEPT.15, 1894. Cll I l1111 a in ANNOUNCEMENT. t tion W1 l) . 1thI ('N I r'0lrtrI . a I fil I l It t 1 J'f nominl in h} th t" malu cratit; voter on I of the lit ;irth Uitic' t. lW e air athll 'i liv rizi d to al) u I11t'C ' (l. 1 I 1Up(;P;J.1. T'. \V.\'W t INS. of \illdn n, a canditltate for I irrti ntativQ to th st ,)M th ('lrn'_re . ,ubrjrct to) t~h(" actionl of prii the U1)enr r'rattic · viiti' of thlt' -4tlh DI)i.- It Ii triox,a . Ni, r ~t d at the i olln)t ar .l' and ______.__--- iiild Hatuwmod, La., will soon0011 have i the bank. Ilill We walt factories in Shreyeport the and imust have them. she We want lmore wnoiy in circula- ptos tion. He who can bring this about D)e ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 15 September 1894

THE PROGRESS. gtAEVEPORT, TA., SEPT. 15,1894. IggIVAL AND DEFTATITUE OF TRAINS p senger train reasult , lrevp rutt and d(e art as follows: TEXA Nt 1 PA CIIC. Na tWest B"ond I uc'1.~ ... 1 in N 51 'ast·~clr iil i a u1' · cK ECt , =st1o:''t. V i A:' . 1 ACIFIC, FAýT 'IL D. Sod,.ave hrev Irt. 7::t n d C, leaveS vl. in r r It p in sad C. leavis Ati C I.. .. :0 p mn ad (:. leatve Atlirtit .... .... 1 : i a rn sn1 C. arrive- it \Iitnta . 1:; p in and C. leaves V ksI'i .. 2:110) I and G. arrives aSt hrF :eport .......:00 y ni COTTON PfT- N4IIOTH BOUND. veSShreveport..... ....... ... 4:15r, p inT rivelt Lewitsvil' . ............ . 7:45 n i yes Lewisville ................... K:1 p iIn Ye ienllphis ............. 9...... .I> It n ver Lewisvillo ................. e:t p iIn lies Te arkahn ....... ..... .....10:20 p I SOUtir POUND. JaveS Memlphi...:...............10 pm Arres Lewi vil ....... .....i Ia no ea s Te larki ti .......... "....... 4 i '0 .IIIn ies Shreveplort.... ....... ..11;°_5 in ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 15 September 1894

1,1- L' Ii: IN jLl yrIN.J C. D. IIICKS, Ed. and rrop. Shrovoport, - - - - Lk, T.~. *1.,. 1. I... \ Io~r In iiil~~ reach the seat of war 'y a ted ouit t march by landi, will it be the old lx perience of Na ,lpolnc 'ritiny at Mo Is 20W ova '' a'' tlft.' .\i~ca k b' 11 wets are starvinu. They havn i tt cin l ' the sub tance to hi 'ii as hal the M1oscovites. If the hindl Jolla link ", Iproves a (deslrt. on what wi1l 13e i subsist: ( ertainil hi cali 't paýif enough rice to I st him till ht' has la driven the Japs out of the disputed te-rritory. an T'I' ir is a nice' little toiry of ; Philadelphia pastor who was nut ti. with a tyachting friend in a snall ie sailboat. lIe was just talking about the perfectibility of the human rae o when the boat capsized, andl lie meretly inquired plea.i'ntlk, 'Well. I William, what shall I do nowv" As he the could not swim.thec minister climbed 1 up on the capsized boat beside his friend, where they staived several hours until they were taken ofi hby a o...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 15 September 1894

A CHARMING WRITER. "CULlIS YORKE'" AND HER PRETTY STORIES. fa Private Li34 %ie Is Mrs. John CJeh awand Lee-Site Won Success Through her First l.IterarY Effort- Her I'ri yste Life. Il (11 ARMtING Swriter, who, as I SC'urtis Yorke," is Sknown to so manv readers, bears, in private life, the - name of Mrs. John Richmo ndl Leet.l / orn andl educated aGlast gow, where her fathier. the late S*Johnii Jex Long,was Sprominent citi:'.et, sl:e is, never theless, of English origin, her father being a "ative of Norfolk. and her Yother of Yorkshire. She wrote itories from her earliest childhood, and was given to copying disjointed scraps on her exercise books at school, but it was not until after her marriage with Richmond Lee, a mining engi aeer, which took place in isý1, that she wrote a complete novel This, iher first work of fiction, "That Little Girl," was in one volume, and was written partly in Glasgow and partly in loffat, during the latter part of the year 1885. In I1W, it appeared in all...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 15 September 1894

RND WHERE To secure the Latest News and Market re port of the day, costing you only 1 PER YEAR Send i:: V our ad'll r s and secure it. You can obtaian Imore dlirlot news friIm it than any other weeklyjournal in tle Sta te, THE PROGRESS or Furnishes the above and Guarantees it, and as for W JOB WORE WE ARE PREPARED TO PRINT ANYTHING THAT CAN BE PRINTED. Oitve us a chance to FICURE ON THE FOLLOAWINC: Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Note Heads, Envelopes, Statements, Counter Bills, Dodgers, Receipt Books, Etc., Etc. CET OUR PRICES FOR YOUR ____all "Adn' C A. ALSTON, CoTTOr : F.A.CTO~R And Ceneral * * - Storage i Warehouse Bisiness. idberal Cash Advancaments on Conzignments. (P6e* anid Wsirehouse corner Crockett and $pring ,I ~k~eport, Li:\ NINTH ANNUAL TI LOUISIANA : STATE : FAIR'' Shreveport 4 Exposition To be held at Shreveport, La., llllllllllll ll 1 I 11 III 0 IrElI ilt lll II 11IIinn II I 1I I I tJ141111 1 I11 11I1 1111 I I l l SNOVE IBER 5, , , 8, 9 i 0. hIIIIIII IIII I III I HIJll I I...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 22 September 1894

THF:PROGRSS ry IE P( :) 1V O L . . -1; ) , 4 ý I IL ý,V I ' IL T , L A . S A II R ) A Y S E P I 'E I B E 2 2 S:º . 1 CINCINNATI Auout, ;" lor SAVY FAIILURE!, rt Pari rr WAll! UNTIL THURSDAY, Monki SEPTEMBER 20TH. Agri -- partmn is Your Cnance, Don't You Miss It. Edl, Or loads of Clothinlg lhavo been largr pod from the liat Ciu(iniuatti Port e to Shrv'lo'rt, la. 'I'he e- J. Ho on in th, wholesale c!othing CotI has caused" a large Cincinnati ale clothing hluso to snake an ment folr the h nlnelit of its rs, with liabilities amonlting - 'rt about t119,0,0). Their stock A ating toth.l),0() has been placed I $hands of an assignlee to be 1 1 of in order to wind up the of the firmt. I,'t have been disposed of to (G nh I sad $49,01)0 worth of Fise h,.rod r-Made Clothing for Men, lnoys I,"uLis .Children's wear has'be1n shipped I') ,i l eveport, La., to he sold within right: next 10 lays at less than Mann- t loul tar's Value at l Itail. Post- tilte 1 no auction. .'his great as- State a sale w...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 22 September 1894

THE PROGRESS C. D. HICKS, FA. and Prop. Shrevoport, - - Ia. · lnmnm iJ ()x" of the hottyst strik,'. ,in recou' t Dccnlmreld wlin a carloadl of Iat hlleLt 1p was ignited ,by friction at Ihirgin, K. is ._: CHIN, projl"it'p to 1ia'+ '.a duiy on from that soi ic'. 'YanIs" ai t ho (0 Iih jf of ( hina " exports thlsi dai s. * AXvt ;'N the dlistingtuishel d deadl of the ,t t'ear must 11, mentioned elt" ia 'lT'haxter. tt the ;iraceful poet ani entertaininig mlnagaZi7lne w rit'. She wias anll o'lrna-lt mlent to literature' 111i a a ll honor 10 w0 'itliF ('lsi h tinf lang Iaige iLt, 1h.la . 1 liehonotienant , s rnid le3.0nt it Irittn hI haral tor. inqui'' whitho hae ,tis ,of wrthe ift with 1in(1 an ulphae it Ii ,t ," that g to l th li d'nlll to hate l"if,' e"i w', litte- h time for wiy ((" anything ,,i. ('m)oNtI1. ('1 i F'iit " l"nt anti ifol-r •lierly nose having h('tn struck by1 a lieutenant ofn his regiment it might he 1 welln of to inquire whethlr the oile (s of he ifteenth infntry wouldl...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 22 September 1894

A. KAIH N, 123 and125 Texas Street, Wholesale and Retail Dealte In Stoves, Crockery In Glassware, Tinware LAMPS AND HOUSE- --FURNISHING GOODS Sole Agent for the Celebrated Charter Oak an 't Buck's Brilliant Stoves and Ranges. ' A Full Line of Heating Stoves and Cheap Cooke n ing Stoves. Country Orders Respectfully Solicited. b J. & HUNTER W. H. HUNTER, JB S Hunter Bros., ---COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND DEALERS 1N Groceries, Western Producer, 8ýh ne, Ties iad Pliitnn Sppli:t SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO CASH ORDERS. NOS. 606 & 608 LEVEE STREET, SHREVEPORT, LA. Livry, al and Faet of STABLES AND HULE PENS, Shreveport Transfer' Co., hit 700, 702, 704, 706 and 708 Texas St., Cor. Louisiana ad ly Our Facilitics are Unsurpassed for any Business offered in so at We also have a large Lot of Horses and Vehicles that wet Sell at a Bargain. 0 un~ t, F. M ARTEL, 0NO 612 LEVEE r nc The Old Reliable st th FOR IRON ROOFING. A big stock of V. Crimp, Corrugated and Standing Seam Roofing constantly o...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 22 September 1894

tIUBTISHED EFV IRY SATURI)AY. lo - Ii i. l). (O() l)\VIN. I,~~'se . ti . HICKS ........... C. D" -t ntiered in the ,I' thlt c ft rt veport as " D,,. nt, iot.l~ l~ N, ii hitil ' la O F II('F f1 ' -', t. . t ' \lI ta i and Crockýt .I I --*---- - -- Y Bix M ouths . ..hirt._i .. . c ts Three Montli.......... Ofcial Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Union Ptl SHREVEPORT LA. SEPT.22, 189i. ANNOUNCEMENT. That o tionlshil We, aren arrutrizo'l t nounlo t' I l 'N. a - . . O)tui :N a t a ndidat fIl , -,t't e r- T tion to the ,4tl ('tch r~C': ss. s lc't' t to very pc nomination by the I) . cinrat votrs That of the Fourth )itrict. the cit We are altthotriztedl to announctlt regular JtUD(. J. T'. WAT'rKINS., ofif Minlti. a rgulr tcandidate for I tllr,' entativc to thc' That 54th (',ngress, subjct to tthe act ion io n the the Democratic voters of the -lti i ilg the trict. as expressedt at the prtunaries. That While ~om of his orpponent are sperat manufacturing unhecnomintg ehargi's to CO lay against...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 22 September 1894

VE.PORT, LA., SEPT. 22,1894. _jyAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS lenger trainw reac,'h .ihrevep l rt and de sI follows: TEXAS AND I'A'IF I('. 1West Bound hIa,- ......... ia m - Eas"" ounn le v, . .... I;.U0 p uI S Wkest.Boti le.t'avls.. ..... .....i: p I SEMRt. n li v .. ...... ..: a mi I CiaO R G(. ,sII VI f I'u T AND I ACI:.C. ( EAST IIUN l. ,l C leaves hre'vP, t .. ...... ::  a 111 D , leaves \'iclt, .r .. It p m C ,leaves ,\tl.nt.a ..2:00 p In WFi r. IIN NI. nd C. lefav s v AtlA nta ... ........ 101" H IIt I 40. arrives at .\tlariet ...... I :5 p n SiQC . leates Veickslljr ..... .... ';4)o pI' C. arrives at .hrs"cl'" rl .. .. . : 4)0 I' t C01oTON BEILT- N I:ITHI 'orN' D. e ghtreveport.. .. .......... 1 I p Ii rest Lewisville ............... .1..I pI, n SLewiville . )5 11 I . MemP hlis.......... 9:05 n n dale Lewivlle V ............. :.... " p rn 1 Tlexarkana ....... .. ..... 10:20 p in SOUT! t:OI;N I. y Memphis...................... ....... 7:40 pm v i Lewisville ............... ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 22 September 1894

tored tI, E FIrlST TO "I EA!i1 1 HL 'r4 ('de COREANS MANNERIS .a wh the 11..Mai'r4e of (IIt tr.' of the rl'.4 11otl, 14erter'n tN llhoon r 4 1)e . ~. ller nI l i Vas Avong4 by4 Our Amllithe Lq4lIiiron r i r,, n terell tit N I 1R1. tI I. It '444 - - - f 1-1111 1 'I' trac the histlry of I 'into rlo . o4f the i ,(4n44 1 1n 114 IZ ll4 I , in hll4 ene s ofi l 41 ti 4, it ia1ecesV 1 ry4 r nits to go t 44ck to the in lr thu ear41 4 1',1 At ihi t 1 timle 1o rl; nl 440 i o "herwit lingdo.hm in sr nu an tRifme. Th,1 pre,.ent liin :1 11 of tl ul ascendled the throne' : 'oulh ,f on f ars befor t gare, o. lein | c r 4 ilttur e government, was wholly in th, of artil ind isof his reget!, father, who as a bitter hater both of folreiin s and of change ,iorue ],'renclh mnia onaries, who bol ,bravd tile Ilw of le country 1111d holdly advanced into he native cities, were ho1rrilii' massea e'd In an d a l I''ren41'h expedition ant to chastise the tI'ort1 4ns 'e1rul'edI 40 eoull river and alttaked ,...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 22 September 1894

FARM P AND GARDEN. t MATTERS OF INTEREST TO AGRICULTURISTS. 7 Noma Up to 1, Ia lln A i Ahout ('ultii-v o tion ,)f ~ i NSoll Hndl YlIpllI Ilhereof- Hlortlcult urre Ic1ull ure Iand F'lorl cnltnrs. -ti itf i're ,t '1 l ndronm,,. 'Noime time ago a correspondent of the I"' '\ i NI1:' IU~\viI.w requested more inforumati'rl on the growing of mush rooms,. w h ich we promised to give when opportunlity presented. We will de vote Ihisi article to the culture of mush iro mi ill buildings, because such culture is the only kind that is advis able ,lur;ng the ruemainder of the year. We hope that .onme of our relders will take interest in the snl,ject sutlicientlv "1 bhegin uiiltivating them on a small :alh' Tihe outlay is small and the ion or(k not hard. I'esides, mushrooms are not particul:ar as to conditions, and may be; grown in cellars, barns and other outhouses, especially old green houses. We ,believe that many a family 1 imnrlit grow nmufshromis with little 1 trouble, inil tim1 in tihem a v...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 22 September 1894

), 307 I TEXAi U A S ST . -4ii TEXAF W-2 'B' 813REVEPRT, LA BSOLUTE CONFIDENCE 0. so l t ''a Coube pOUI'l111 a I'I he'I IjA " 1 t,4iit h ved after t411 pdlii 1oti en1e has uwiton, ath b the vir tue of h. ºj :ll it r tlti it . n t 01c1mmit 11iin(s 10 i l Our t i t r 4ilI il. I re js t1 lI ith y . It i i .ent out to still further cin'a \-ur1 CUle tIiU'-?, . 't Tl nctio y j! l: alt, tn týIS 1t , t. I ,, ': , t t ich -re a we hy bu t,,s r nthir s wihe, ni p .t to hole in after them. I don't do it. I stay outside, and give you a crawl into 11, t t Flenty of g ,,l!hou stren"1 BATS OF SIAH C.UT PRICESP O In Dn ngiu Satcwdqj, T.PLT. Ln .. rth . Ov7.r Sfirt far d 1 5 Conquer tl 1 c ihc, orca d Hamiltonarw 6 n fo c 1 Lot 's and As Suspenders for c Gingham, worth 7e, for aY lirt f rts. w()ath ' 5). at- 2 LeH t o ortsed, wirtL 2 , for - In blue Calico. worth 1r Ge , for 4- 7c a Yd Hailto - r1 And pe-e Sat teens, worth " B1-an d And, lest 'o "lrt1. a t ;)hU .. a t -t2 , - 3 5 c -71 2 7 5 ,r...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 29 September 1894

1 1 VOL. 3.--NO 3= - -REV EPOT.- LA-. SATURDAY- SEP- - TEMBER 29, 1894. -PRE- 5 CENS-. VOL .:.-,(ý. 35 SII REVElORT, LA., SATURDAY, SEI -EMIR 29, 189t. _, -- I Ill ¶l I ! Hi HI Icmid i S I"BY INSPIRATION.'' wIn, i' --- The Po :. TITLE BY r'. K. HICKS. th e Dem I the rece - tor. Spirit. iby whoýe aid Somethin world's foundatio were first laid. we have t visit every rc'"'tiug miud, it was so pour Thy Jlvs on human kind. lowing b, 'o 5't Ur, onesota. -7roU sin and sOrrL w ,t us trc,n ,bpd make our Churclvs worthy volumns: !Thee. It has  able. YQ couree of uncIreated hýi:at. ia Father promised para(.lete' It has rio ly Fuut inol li currency , 1It has rhearts with perfect luv in-i .. it has and Thy sacred unution hriug, opportul §anctify Christians while tihe;y ping. better. I[I It hai aty of grace descend from on high, trmts of In Thy seven-fold energy! It has strength: of Thy almighty hand- tion upo hose power does-heaCLcnr and earth well as i Sommand, It has no and purge our earthly...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 29 September 1894

j"RJ AND (4ARDEN. MATTERS OF INTEREST TO t AGRICULTURALISTS. e Some Up to Date Hints About Ctultiis ties of the Solo and Yielt. Thereof- Hottculture Vititulturl and Flori- c Fall Plowing: s.ulolling. Once more we confront the arduous task of plowing land so dry that it is " full of deep fssures, so hard that it t breaks up into huge lumps instead of flowing freely in furrows after the plow. Just what to do with such soil is often a perplexing question, and too i frequently the solution is to let it alone until spring, with the result that a good mellow soil is not ob tained. The FA.~.uitas' RllEv!sw has i taken the position that no matter how dry and hard stubbles may prove in fall they should be plowed as soon as 1 possible after the crop is harvested, and no matter how unsightly the job t of plowing may leave it, low, hard unpleasant work it is, to be sure, this tearing of dry stubble soil, but better t put four horses on one plow than leave the work undone. no matter how small an...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 29 September 1894

Crent.omen Robbhers.Im The police of Paris have recently discovered a very extraordinary or ganization in that city. It is a band Dl of robbers, of which all the members stood wc!l in rociety. 'Tho proceeds of their rascality were all turned into a common treasury, from which each member of the gang was allowed 551' a month. It appers that two of the I members of the gang got into a quar rel at their headquarters, which grew so violent that the neighbors called in the police, who arrested the men. One of them, named Charton, was so angry and excited that he made a Ta confession, and revealed the names of lea his accomplices, who were all taken the into custody. The leader of the gang sul was one ('orbeau, the son of a prom- the inent otlieial of the government. 1-hI vei was arrested just as he was about to Lu stop in his carriage for a ride. e I eel said that it was weli he was arrested as he was just going to kill Charton, ga whom he considered to dull to be bu useful in the busine...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 29 September 1894

THE FPROGRESS. UNUISIlIE) EVIEItY SATIUItl)AY. ?C. D . H ICK S,.. ..... ........ ditor Entered in the I'ostoflc nt ~hreveport aF Fco ItIi.(Class Mnil Mntter. OPIrc:e: l:'1 lrilng Ptn t, beitw en . liilam and Crockett. One Year. ...... .... . .. .. One oll: r Six Molths. ... .... .... . ,ixtr-ivti t'ents Three Motth. .................hirty-five Crnts Omficial Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Union IHREVEPORT LA. SEPT.29, 1894. ANNOUNCEMENT. FOR CON(a I: I. , W e are nt horizd to: o))( ( n I)N. 11 . H-. . O (GIi:N a ,' n lidate for re-el, e tion to the 5th ('cir), 'ss,. sIltIjeet to nonmination hy the I ),nioe(ratic voters 'Of the F'oirth l)i, )i icot.. WiV~ are' alt horized to ain)l)()l) JUIG(;E J.1. . ,VA'I'KINS, of Mindel, Ia 'candldla~t for Itelrnt ,.sutatyive to the fi4th C-'ongres.s. souljet. to the noetion ofº' the 1).Jnocrlatlc voters of the 4th l)is- 1 trict, as expreseled at tlie prlunar)is. Vote for Watkins and help secure 'tariff reform. Prize fighting still shldls its i-o...

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