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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 16 July 1892

A dditional cal. REPLY TO MAYOR VINSON. Facts of the Matter Sure Enough. To our surprise, Mayor Vinson at Imptled a reply to our article in last ;'s isue; having clone so, how Uer, it was iot in the least amszipg , {gt be conned his vocabulary to find .setives of the most di-reputable el; we know the man. At first the editor thought of chal aging a comparison of the respec- 1 We record(s of himself and the , before the public, the Pmer tribunal to judge such mat- I gs, a record as to their moral char- I Iit, reputation for honesty, honor, , ssisty, veracity and general deport- , 'l.a as citizens, but that might the public scrutiny from the -- in point, which we do n,,t to do, but to stick to our text a, rove up our case. rMayor Vin-on seeks to ameliorate public indignation aroused by I smts by declaring the article, in i PnooaRs-, was actuated by petty tie. Malice forsooth! Malice to- t whom? Does he preume to arro to himself sufficient importance to J msct a feeling id the breast...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 16 July 1892

,~jP;LJLA T/189 ArrdJgqnlg 4t. 1-Now. Kate." I said resolutelybend ing forward so as to catch her eye, "lot us have done with mysteries. No more 'never agains' and 'just this onces,' if you please! First, I want you to tell me whether you love me." She drew her breath hard. "I1 can tell you nothing, Mr. Gains bor,ugh" •"You shall not call me 'Mr. Gains borough.' If you can't call me 'Tom,' call me nothing: but I will never he 'Mr. Gainslorough' to you again!" I'1 thought we were to have no more 'never agains '" she rejoined, with a passing siparkle of the old playfulness in her air. "None of yours, I meant." "1 will call you 'Tom,' if you please, on one condition." "What condition?" "That you let it be 'just this once.'" "Kate, deo you love me?" "Oh, you are cruelr' she cried with passionate imllphasis, slipping her hand from umy arm and facing me with glow ing looks. "I wish I could say I hate you! You are a man of the world, and 1 a poor girl from a convent, who knows nothing. I...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 16 July 1892

PROFIT IN HOGS. SWo Stakes Thema Pay o Cle.rr Pasture. pril 10, 1%1, I bought forty head of I paying $117 for the bunch, or Sper ead. They averaged ninety per head; that made them cost piS per 100 pounds. These hogs I after a bunch of cattle and they with them until May 11, 1891, I pat the cattle on grass. le4 the hogs twelve barrels of corn per barrel during the month of and up to June 0:; then I contract tebn for $3.25 per 100 pounds to be 1 July 10. Thus, you see, I had ty days to feed them and corn I not buy, so I went to town and ,000 pounds of oilmeal which cost 1,000 pounds of bran which cost $i, pounds of shilptuff which cost a total cost of $3.50. I put my (which hlnd been in a woods pad. i a clover field, and not very good at the best, and they then weighed ead per head. I began feeding a day on a mixture of oilmeal, aad shipstuff wet up just enough eua to eat it well, and kept it up. theday to deliver. Then Ihad 200 Of oilmeal. 100 pounds of bran -g0 pounds of shipstuff...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 16 July 1892

THE- PROGRESS. THE TICKETS. Dniecratifr For P'residleut, G(orroVr CI. EvIr .AII. of Yew York. For Viee-Pr.esident. ArfAk E. .T:Er.E SoF. .f llino:a. I'rohibit Ion. For Presilent, .TIIN lit DkIk.I, of California. For \i.ie-President. F)r.. J. ; Ct'lA~FI11.. of Texas. I'.ol l,'* IParty. For I'reident, JAM It. i. 11'F:AvI . of Iowa. For Vice-Presidlent. J.A11FS G. FI)I.D. Of Virgitra. rlep:blihanF. F..r I'r le.,hnt,. 1IE.JIAMIs IIAIIIao.N. oIf Indiana. For Vie-Prcreident. SII1T I AW REID. of eW YOrk. NOT BADLY FRIGHTENED. A newspaper has the sight to criti cise the public actions of any official, and as well, comment on irregulari ties in public measures, and THE I'PROGREPS, in the interest of the pub lie, intends to exercise this privilege whenever the case demands it. An gry expressions from small officials (personal and otherwise) are not ter rorizing to this paper, which does not fell apprehensive of any very desper ate deeds being done by those who are under the lash. LABOR ST...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 July 1892

THE PRGRESS. Our Main Mission: The Upbuilding of Shreveport and North Louisiana. j. =. SHREVEPORT, LA.. SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1892. NO. 26. S_._._........~~~~r I .r"CC tP' .n"OF FILVFR D ENTIS T.I u.s1 Teza ULt.t, Over Is·rnwnh#NINUIU ur PREMIUM OFFERS. :mMld require too much spoe to give a separate advertisement to each Pre oweo er to C(nvassers and Subscribers. We have, however. iven space tc IFeatures, cute and descriptions of whbkh will be found lin our adver gmnas. Following is a lt of our PREhIL'M OFFERS as a wbhe, whic: be made for a limited period: " - C. 9%7= OF Sbbciserer (under eoudtuonu in advertisement). recetves ih Visiting Cards. Progress year, and the cards, 61.5. bbertihers (according to con Seotioned in ad.) gets 10 Vhiting Cands. Progress for d, n the cards. 91.75. aubecribers gets a Lady's Work-Box, rile 10[7 Inches. -.~ahed. Progrs for one year, Work-Box, @1.85. Subsorlbers gets 2 Spldlng's Bse.balls and 2 good Baseball eys., you can get them easy The Progress fo...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 July 1892

ý mot, __ _ ý __ý I__ $,·4~4 ~~ /· sa.I Arr7gznLrt ý 89l Atrdn e e ý. having arrived at this sapient de 'termination. I set to work writing my letters, and scribbled away diligently for an hour or two. At length, as I was looking vacantly up from my paper, at a loss for something interesting to set down upon it. my eyes happened to rest upon the pane of my open window. Like nearly all German windows, it opened inward on hinges, instead of running up and down in grooves. The pane on my left. therefore, having the clark room as a background. acted as a mirror of the sunlit landscape outside on the right, showing me a portion thereof which was directly invisible to me from where I sat, and to any person standing in which I must myself be invisible. Now, my window was on the southern side of the .aouo, which fronted west ward on the road. On the oppostte sid' of the road was a narrow strip of land plaintetd with vegetables,. and above tnh, rose the abrupt side of a hill. ascended by a w...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 July 1892

BOY GOVERNLOR." nn  DAILY HABITS OF THE BAY STATE EXECUTIVE. Omgs the Solitary HIorse· an Act -fSily 3orning-Artive in Society, D)11  I Basinnese--An All Around Ath i lt Pleasant Home in Cambridge. ' Special Correspondence.] - Ox- Jane G.-Slhortly after 10o'clock pleasant. monlitng of the week, ti g Sunday, the sharp cla;tter of a boof. may be heard on the old West - bridl e. Amitaryhorseman, with cleanly shaven, F'Tiy lined yet extremely youthful ': face and closely cut hair, will lift the breezes that blow down the of dthe ('harles find little material to ev is seen Boston bound. cep is ooted and spurred and wears a the bat and a snugly fitting Pr ince Albert qul He is the chief magistrate of the Old to Stte, the "boy governor" of assa alt nis 901 wb off on WILLIAM E. ItSSELL [From the latest photograph.l and this is the way he makes the from hiscozy !rattle street home, ft the classic shades of Harvard uni , to the big house with the gilded a d the suspended codfish on the to...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 July 1892

THE- PROGRESS. U'CBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY Hicke A Williams. I:tered in the Postomce at Shreveport as Second-Class Mall .atter. OFFICE: 612 Spring Street, between Milam nld Ciuckett. SUBSURIPTION : One Year ....... ................... One Dollar. -I. Months .....................ixty-live Cents. hbree Months .................Thirty-five Ueuts. C. D. HICKS, - - - EDITOR. :'. G. WILLIAMS, - - - MANAGER. SHREVEPORT, LA., JULY 30, 1892. LOCAL ITHMS. Brass Bird Cages Worth $1.00, go at 75c. The Fair. The Jacobs' compress once more resumed operations Wednesday i ,uorning, it having been shut down I some time undergoing repairs. Shes.. 1 For the present Wagner Brothers t will have their shop in the market house, where you can find all the f very finest of meats. In connection they will have daily fresh country b)utter, and tri-weekly salt water a rish, consisting of sheepahead, red t rish, red snapper, tenderloin (green) 'rout, croakers, crabs and shrimp. t ( -ive them a call. Fishing excu...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 July 1892

direetd at himself while in of duty. Wise was followed by Juns who made a strong and a e argument in his own be- Tn ning in an open manner - fety, dignity and honor of vip prompted him to commit w which engendered so much on the part of Officer Boyn- Ii my true-hearted Southern la have done the same and ha expres.sed the same senti himaself in a similar case. in Boynton explained away as jo dthe blame as rested on him- is he could, and the case was with the c3urt, which de d parties concerned dis SIra LICE COMMITTEE MEET. in y after the adjourn- to {th Mayor's Court yesterday sb Mayor Vinson requested ca , Toombe, chairman of the t omaittee~ to convene his v investigate the charges fa -gainst Officer M. A. Boyn- oe Thursday for disor- lt modaet and disturbing the On assembling, the oonela manched by the eommittee *iwe of the fact that Mr. no ad been discharged by the Swas useless for them to do P and he was immediately msittee is composed of Ih A. 5& Toombs, Sam Benja- I E. K Q...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 July 1892

T H A T MIL K P U M P . 1To Good lir'nite It ('lnnot flo Jiepi ('l atn. sa% sn Expert. That iillk pmlt;mp! I:, you know I feel io:I li i 'l t~ -. it :1a a w orse cirs" t o " (ti.icreaL:ei'l:, than th:t inler jronild. sinking butf: t milk t:n:~. ]1 you know I Rsl eit 11 :t ,vin in: I inark. where thhere is t,, l:a k if hell, t :'eep everytling hh e n. lhe milk p1jiv is at lthe' l'ttm=l of t iti ri, .l uits t,:atI ihave is'n in un,1e 1l:, Iv ;l ut 11: !:, ig; q4.:lhte of ti;' Itfter. Th, 0,ilii ],utmip. I rl,,gr t 1to si:. ; ,~ st 1, t~ ,, .' ,,r, .Hplular with the, t i::,a , rv : ii',.r a ,I biuilders, tirca sE it inlhlii, tl, it plis;. with t11h c(rt;lll'Ery :owir I, Iw. ":ln!'. it .snv, S lnil)l'V ill c"'!.51rc tiln, - nd with the' farm r, lec'anes it fIaveE :,lior, n" itiially. Sno I fear that I shnil have' i::t r.iant syl uathly iro:hn thoyIs l i t u1l, 11 ,:. ', hl n, if v,,1 wI re t'" ilnV "-.;: at, ' , atie t volt wel,' l tr:n' 1111o:1., a ',mpla: int direclly  o the...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 July 1892

THE FUR SEAL la for in thme lfr Ihistlory of Tlhis Inter cot etiig .Animal. thI negotistitnsl that Ihave taken place Cot erthe Antrirt tnod British govern r in r'gaird t tithe canpture of the ft toi i- Behring sea have given to this tani p iii -lwAy. all ititeruetiln on, u)num lnl.tli 2lane. There aire two kindsI of it'n,. :-p to the Itntuttlli .. Une of times.', time -_ Europettn setl, in destitute of time *te) fl einder fur which constitntes the )Al of the furriers. The other it Sthe "eared" seal, becae it hn CI gexternal ears not found in the Ku ag- species. This fur M".li of comimlercte t-ired in thounainds in the ltihring sad Is known it the sea Isar or ful "f the north Pacific, the Otarit ursina. er, the excellent. English an /hitory of this nlal: at tthh mlldes, a% in all the ecarel eal., aree seh largerth than the females. Theyp S-ilatmnOl utncd spend the greatei their liver in the wastetrs of the Pat bstt at the breeding tim e trange sp--take place. They seek some i o wh...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 July 1892

THE PROGRESS. THE TICKETS. IsennocraIe. For President. C,nvsn (I.I EVLA'nD. of New York. For Vir'-President. AolItA E. 4TEVE3set., of Illlao:u. Prohlitnion. Per President, Jofn BtIDPW I.L, of ('allfornta. For Vie v-President, Ia. J.. A. ClAn LL. of Texas. People'n Iarty. For Presldent. JAvrP B. WRAVw3. of wlas. For Viee-.Presilent. JAMes (G. I. ILD, f Virlginls. Republ can. For President, I3F.NJA.41i IIIAalsM), of Indiana. For Viee.-Preident. WnhTlIr.Aw itRo, of New York. Vol coNfR4IEMw . Weo are antutlsized to annoollnco the iiO(1. NEWTO(N (. BIANI'IIARD as A *,sndidalk for r,.-elttion to the 3rd1 ('ong 1rn+, from the Four h Distriet, maljrc't to ,ulltlnitllioI by the 1)emwratcl larty. SOUTHERN SENTIMENT. One of the most prominent and ex alted characteristics of the Southern gentleman is his respect and esteem for womanhood. This sentiment is a part of his very nature, and by both birth and education becomes the rul ing power in him. Proud, indepen dent, chivalric and bold, he re...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 August 1892

NHE PROGRESS. - Our Main Mission: The Upbuilding of Shreveport and North Louisiana. L. I. SHREVEPORT, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1892. NO.27. -------. -n I- u, um nu-mI 1mHIi InIIIIUIUHAUpigiW OR. C. RATZBURC, s DENTIST, i J.. $18 T.z. .lt..st, Oro . ImtntsahIIflhININamuwj n ur 5ur PREMIUM OFFERS. tr would rllihr, too mucb apac to lhre a selparate adverti ýcment to eaclh Pte we ofrer to (,anivalerm and Subeclrlhen We have, how.ver. aiven apace to SSpecial Facltr,-. cult and decription4 of which will H found .in oulr adver columnu+. Following la a iit of our PREIUMI OFFERSI4 a a whlhe, which will be madle for a limited period: -- - gg .- - It -A COLVý OF- # Suhblcrilwr (under condtons ioud in adverl iament), erei-ves Stylish Vistll.g ('ard. Progress rse year. ad t he cards, $1.85. ýN 8ub'.rllwrs (encordiCg to con mentlolO l in ad.) gets 100 Visitilng ('a ds. Progress for year. andI the cards. 1.76. Subset ilwrs gets a Lady's Work-Box, rlse 10x7 inches. Iuish.d. Progresý for one yea...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 August 1892

-1Y - 1 - JULIA i / Arrungqmenl. "(117 1 (,x.: Wh:tt a r, :rfnl thing it i!" I mutt er-t! Wt h:t Ihi , what con .dl;.tiu i ',uil, I o .r? A1 i ,tl ied 7(i l seti li( " '!'t untii-r t i n -ii.7 t.ic control iof :t I 'lli;i:ii hei r lat her . I! 'ct to hils cx t l't i :1:71i 1i:1 lt1 , :lli I t(I o tlly esc: ip e a wr~. ,et" I.n1,r. -v","- IVe thln this- :llteC to viltl lirrelf to hiti iiintlari age! linugl]:! tih' thiught sit-nlotl i.., Iuit it enr:igedl lir, t.i: Itlet. wa. r"iTi;t- eth,ath. niudden I1m, tierejiss. \t :: ' tt 1.. uplr et'asure t" Iit' tnt--I i, t to ;::r'.. If hlie hald lp .a .e;:I ::t thait ! i: ev'n' t I , !i.v I tvouhl i1,,. ' .,' it hl ;ll t-I : I::i lll( re "it* " 1 i: !. ! ' 1. .:.! "' . would Ix' A h7 tI. ` '., \.'h ': . i. 1 ': i:;ht nil suct h ;I.O .. : ! . i . t'" i.lnr,"' \, 'r .rlouuht hoa i: t) 1:;.'. ,'.tl: I . :,. ' ,i ;i ' tt.'r c(;it '.e K. i..Lt i-- i , L.V c onIt her ch:lir ::u l t"..:.; ti v "r ( :r " '.Pit , ru.'canning nar .-. all I. r ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 August 1892

THE MILIý ýUT-SS. jobbery 1 of i :a," .a  .il Colner" by L.:. c::i*. A a:::le ra:tion. The It:: l ,w Y,,rker pay:; i"ý re epects to t .' Nt w \'irk 'Iilk ex(!: alit,. in an art :':i' , w,!hich weo :lak' a:l extract. All thr : i .1h' milljk nro1ducin r geious n!l'., ' " , .. ( n:Iie .hi'av t , : tabli"l: d ; : a ' vivin:; :t;tio:s, wLr they 'y t;a '. alf th- rm hln:rs. p " i:: for it r '.: y " half tint lir jtr; less tha:. t 'ri'e i N.w Yi:-C:. l: other v. ... . . t: e t in Na'w Y,,..: 1 par cr,. I -,lis uila , 4 or m.,tr', : tent. uf i,'::w etay it i. fr th. ' by aduai:r; :":1.uue milk to pute. Lau!. Suu arts ;a'' a t i4  gqtn:~ ., . ............................ . This, "i . a i, . .: ,. rail.. showinq 1:: t. . : u. ' l:,is :: l". 1 la " cent. of f: . , . l .::f.'l} :i- . :i quarts (f i::1< with quarts of pi'; " ; :ixtr',e wv:,.;!.i .stad t: i .. . t  I ,. rfev'tlv t ..f-. tosay thll I l. :',I" , at the ex c ange e' ; 1,.:, .'t rt1 :I, months i:1 ti year In a I a ,. ti:...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 August 1892

TIHE PROGREUSS. PUBLISHED- EVERY SATURDAY BY Hieks L WUiams. Lnterd in the Postotwlee t Hhrcveport as ,ecud-Llass 1Mail Matter. ovest t: ( Sytdug 5tset, between Jilsul unad c'ltokett. SUBSCIULP1WN? one Yer....... ......... ....One Dollar. -i, Months ..... ... Sity-fli Letuts. iThree Moutlw ............ ...ThirIy-tive COrria. C. D. HICKS, - - . - EDITOR. G. G. WILLIAMS, - . - MANAGER. SHREVEPORT, LA., JULY 30, 1892. LOOAL ITKMZ. Mr. V. V. Daniels is agent for Ir'lE PWKIt)Ess and is authvrized to solicit Eubtcriptions, advertisements atd job work for us. WANTE)D. 1000) live pieeons. Address S. J. Fbdere, Shreveport, La. Mr. R. H. Allen is THE PFoGRESS' agent at Red Land and vicinity. Canines without friends and espe csially without "tax-paid" collars on, are now the targets of the parlor rifle ky order of Chief Nelson. Brass BSI Cages Worth $1.00. go at 75c. The Fair. The City Council has employed "Ir. Wm. Winbish as an extra pat rolman and santitary officer, to assist Ir. John Murray...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 August 1892

Additional ccal. MADAM RUMOR SAYS : )4 -T That nuannonucedl, secret meetings , the City Council are dangerous Ii jtcs of public work. n, That star-chamber proceedings are io mocratic and the City Council m Jrould cease the practice. ai That the Bismarck saloon is violat- at the Sunday law. in That in the interest of the com- et wealth District Attorney Land m sbould investigate the performances ar of the Shreyeport Literary (?) Club. w That the police would confer a bl guMt favor on families living on the T set side of Fannin street, if they bi would keep a wary eye on some of hi Sh dwellers on Marshall street in the u einity of Caddo street. bh f That the santitary officer would cc bd use for his services if he would ti mamine the two story frame build- pi z on Common street, immediately ol the rear of the brick store on the ft corner of Common and Texas street. tr That the Board of Health could do ti .soh sanitary work by fumigating is ,e of the tenement houses in the jlsinity o...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 August 1892

-' r.' .. -"- ':  " - TWO C':DEN FOES. Jhe. d',1:h ,i ' Ior,'r :n. N`iunth i lIv In fi i::i1: : i t :r h vin , borer th ., nii)" :' ; lo.hiel l'y lplhi'in 't -,rlc,,b I wub ed ia , ''I-r . -" E re , 1 : ', al ta.,h trt. v , , nh e!, in .r u . r r-, th*I-. 'h h 1"' 1 1 , . " . l t ,. r ' 't. I n , -l l \'·,1.1 ::: ::t ..' ;: i ,:' i, 1::l :',. \. ,i . ":1"i!ýt, i" 'iit il 1' , '" i: i1lt l,;f, ' "-il : S\, :1 i.t i 1:. . .1:1 yt l u havLI ii d(l S :, ,c . :.' r th ., fi :. t j' ,i:::s f ril rty w ith : , , - . il :it s .oai o n f ' t ht \ -b , i b r g i ti) " 11. uh l pl titt, -s 1:v.n i: S i:t1 re Si''f i l the winrk tl ,,ie1, ,'.mn I't ;I h m, :,le , lti:'tly indtliendent o(f their tri.;inal In Juily patches (of d(ark brn'.v: e gs lity lba found (in the ln! r si in of til Ituet sliuf h In b ut : ,."o hi ! l':: u'.im :" rib lish, clutd of sall, stoues, et''., tear ;he plants. 1'e,". illil.; : t.'rl o I ere.ai.,ve 'noulgh fol' ththru to keep 'r drive them off tho planit., lhut pl:...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 August 1892

L 'G WESTWARD. wit of PRESIDENTS SHOULD TURN t a ARD THE SETTING SUN. aw _ Ir i of pletlon of the National Capitol for the lWestern Portleo an Avail- not ,te for Inaugural Cerenonies. Corriosity. pt ISl3ecial ('.rrespondlenre.1 51O l(.T)O, .llti' i;.- No living man is rig gh to tell at this time wliho will wli Sguratty pr:sihcrnt of the I Unitled o. the 4th day icfhll:rch next. But ltnL rle may ih it is prhaIlle. that he " deliver hi. itnajlt:ural iuhlress front a akieno pr.ýidcl.lt his ever occupied pr we ttl so itt r.;ArU P. \TIOS tA.hVE TAKtEI 1LI c'EL. w purpose. Ihn this connection I will v' n a singlla:r cOincidcncc whtich oc- I Sbut a shart time n~o. and to it I h al eyewitness. Senator C(ormnn was ( ysonime friends alxutt thei Capitol, it while doing ws took them out on the p portico and explained to them that ,u ii porary platform erected there uew o -ts delivered thcir inaui.unral ad that instant Senator Gorman turned r bjheld Scnatr I ill - ::tlinding near IW. Ii lie,...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 August 1892

THE PROGRESS. THE TICKETS. I),mln rart Ir. For I'Prteidelt. terr.VER CLATEI.A*N. or' i$11 Yotk. For Vtre-.resldhnt,. A I.AI t:. .Tv agPeti N, ý" Illliois. I rhlblit ton. For Pretwdcntt. .linu ll IWIg.L, of tnlifornta. For V'ce.Prtcident. IK.. . 1. 'CMAxvIl.l, of m xt au. P% :stple'~ PIrti*l. I or Prerrident, 1,\ýIS : It A'.I. of 1"wit*. F.1 Vice Prei id,.nt, I L . F tE:o., ll V .alinla. 'or I'rerid~Int. 1: I' :A I" AeeI:.o', .f Indiana. I. Vic.. I'rc tldrnt. \iueeT1 w ltLFn., ol New oitk. SIt ('ONSGRE.%. \\'tm te"' Hi lte .ellt te to aluttlll llll'e te' iltiN. E"' IN ('. 1;1,AN1'IHARItan .A ,"Ien hll.'I t t " f "t e"- '. e l It o t h . ."l tim i , I ('o n11 - ," .,-. Irma n l . m our I t I)i+tlit r . -talbjeae t to istllllomi tl .t t Ia I IetHmea"rAttIh' p tl7ly. CONGRES TRUE TO THE FAITH. The'1 lift e'cond Congress will sfon cI.use labors and let its act ions goe he e the Nation for its otmlnmnteio .n or reprehension While its .k bas not been satis factory in oy instauces, there...

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