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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 29 September 1894

PRO1GRESS. For many IHaughton, B ~, LA SEPT. 29.1894. Ithat thriv universal s: entire conlt A g DEPARTUE OF TRAINS8 Tellere is tilns reach hlre' ep rrt anld, de- ;*O uld have ý l"- >Af D pAC;FIC , U "ýlnocritti ( t (:2,I am tions as lor ....."n.d e ......... 00 pm i which wlo Baound leave ..p .Iwhich woL S' ,ea s . a i natu ral li`f - ule iO . ,1I: T  I, ACItC. lc incident "oi :Z( am I L.ealrning 1 .s ,hre t, ...... ;: p t route tha ljtea 2:ý ý 00u able wiidv w"irl'a 10:15 l a i hte quietly - ,el Allt i tA ..... 1 ' p in tº i ll Cp1T`O p..t.T-' - T,'!r a:,( 1). IIt naI O for i - e e rt ...... . . 74 p In p CIr tl - i L VIle. 0 " w..1, 111 citizens of SlBlll e....... .. h 5k in 1ºý , 05 a ?o lrksna.. "hiI w_ so ur- FUT v ...O . o:pm on thte pa __ lil..... " a i. i II, ) d!Ou),t. Law ,ville ... ...... . Tel a n ........ * ..11 1125 aI lany frie revepor . .. IIRVRPo £F. T .:,i, rtt's'ryJ po. 2 for IHou -tll-- . 7.in a m Sre~yepot ..... :0 p m I llrgl SoUsto. .... ........ n g...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 29 September 1894

HE PROGRESS. For man Haughton :gVEPORT, LA., SEPT. 9,1894. that thri' universal' entire cotn IVAL AND DEPARTUBEOPFTRAINS i There is reager trains reach Shreveport and de- could have SU ollowvs: DI lnOCat TFXAS ANID PACIFIC. Dnoerat ha West Round leaves........... , am tions as 13 2 East.0ound leaves........ ..t0:0 p rn which W0m Swest Bound leaves... ,15 ..les pm East.Bound leaves........ s a n natural li VcKaBCRcO, SliREvrFPOI:T AND PACIFlC. ilidllt FAST iO'NS. . S. leaves nhrew, port" ....... 7:20 A i earning C leaves Vlc.ktlcburg ........,:2 p I route ti; C. leaves Atlanta .... ........ 2:00 p n able wi,1o WEPT COUNND `sdC. leavee Atlanta ........... 10n a in he quietl] d C. arrive at lnta ........ 1 5 pm I the 111'O ) d C. leaves \'ic:kl, rg ......... p i d C. a i" t `brcp<rt .. 00 1 In comncoinind C01To(N I:F.T-NORTH ROtNS j.It nlam for es Shrevp,,ort ... .... 4I p I.an cin tcu e at I.ew l" ville ................ . ,.5 1' . " re Lewi .villc ............. ....... . ci.tize...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 29 September 1894

TI1HE PROGRESS Q. D. HICKKS Ed. and Prop. Shreveport, - - - - . THE poor king of Siam doesn't seen to kow whether he is dead or alive. He and the king of Corea are not havin, just the pleasantest time in the world. THE Iew York police captains were not as gilt-edged in their briberies a: the officials of Ward McAllister's towr might be expected to be. ('aptain Ste phenson. for instance. was bribed witl huckleberries. Ma. WILLIAM K. V. ANI)Fiiur. heing the son of his father, no doubt resent: the idea that the public should b4. made acquainted with his family af fairs and outside matter incidental thereto. The public he - IT has been proposed that stations be erected in convenient localities in cities and large towns where physi cians may go to be thoroughly disin fected immediately after thev have visited a case of infectious dIisease, and before paying any further visits. As siicWING how competition is af fecting the business of the electric companies, it is noted that a complete tr...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 29 September 1894

A. KAIINy , 123 and125 Texas Street, Wholesale a and Retail Dealtr In Stoves, Crockery Glasswarre, Tinware t LAMPS AND HOUSE- --FURNISHING GOODS Sole Agent for the Celebrated Charter' Oak an Buck's Brilliant Stoves and Ranges. A Full Line of Heating Stoves and Cheap Cook. iug Stoves. Country Orders Respectfully Solicited. 'J. 8. HUNTEB " W. H. HUNTER, JB t rHuter Bros., --COMMISSION MERCHIIANTS AND DEALERS IN Groceries, Western Produce Sgin , dies ind Pluiition hpplies, SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO CASH ORDERS, NOS. 606 & 608 LEVEE STREET, SHREVEPORT, LA. COOPER BROS., Livery, ale and uFaed STABLES AND IMULE PENS. Shreveport Transfer Co., 700, 702, 704, 706 and 708 Texas St., Cor. Louisiana Our Facilities are Unsurpassed for any Business offered m our Line. We also have a large Lot of Horses and Vehicles tnat we Sell at a Bargain. SF. MA RTE NO 612 LEVEE Se 01oi Reliable FOR IRON ROOFING. A big stock of V. Crihp, Corrugated and Standinog Seam Rooflung oenstatly oh ligyd Yi "wtp ; "...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 29 September 1894

THE PROQGESS. , NO. 30 NO. 30 TEXAS N0.307TEXAS T. TEXAS ST S-ER8V'OEPRT, LA' ABSOLUTE CONFIDENCE qn§IIES BU$IIIE$$ $UGG&$S! Is . chied after the pulic co nce hs b.en won, n. by the virtue of having dealt with it uprightly. The n who S C CSSrtises wht he intelds not to pertorm, commits business suicide. I am not sending out thi circuar with an l in " Cwh f m n your confidenc YOUKNOW that the profit bearing season is ende tent. It i sent out to ic se m bui relations with you. It is sent out to still further linch your confidence. YOU KNOW tht the profit bering eson i ended. It the It i sn t ut tn i le nd pull the hole in after them. I don't do it. I stay outside, and give you se90, WS OF SLASH CUT PRICES, Beginning aturdaVj, SEPT. 2 - - .... for 4)e a Yd A $2 50 Over Shirt for - * SLot---ver-Shit for - 1. 4...... ---: ---"------- w- 7__ Yd_ - Hamilton-Brown i4 00 Shoe for - SLot Cofort worth $1 25, at . 75c 1 Lot Boy's and Men's Suspenders for - c Gingham, worth 7c, for a A o for...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 29 September 1894
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 October 1894

RFF THE PROGRES_, iNO. ' coe ?1le6 tl P RT , A.,lien' ADA CTO i h. s._ ý 811[1ian condn<il (]f! to raise her own x t now .k,. ý.. .. -.t.- n IN ABSENCE. behas iron!. :ao'l aII In heart font with him. now 1 ti-ar ti ohi-p rtld fornd Ilrawell. "Fwsas hard lI t ,y ,o b".ue, Foul ii art For vyar, t p 'rhap forev'r Who can tllh dys trill Iii\ I. Ia-; 'thie fid by libope, love am] I will t1 riv'; c ,llnt'ýr t to be: . My hetart dhal l ýing Until V'e mee t, +n btind: Your l]ast flnud lo-Jinu wor To no. ep y'oui, har"',t. all thi, lo ely Eght. ,ind, are still: tIht mooni '())rop r behimnd tI lit' Wtntt'rn hill. keep you 1 aflY 'till l tl lilht. keep vOn, rll} b(l vr I one, vain, how hoe r pr-aX-'r: 9sa} igaiti. arid vt again, keep you 1 1 tI-ilt' aoln eivery ere. ess Echioesº ' A PLAYED 1OUT PO10A. th L'misin1't 1an1 is rtpotedi g: "It took tworinty years of snd work to tako this State frn the Relpublican colmnr. n to Brtpublicauism siwily tesnmption of black rule. We er permnit this whi...

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 October 1894

HIt r 1u rdD D I olilen C. D. HICKS, Ed. aind Prop. urevoport, - - - - a B HROOKLYN 11an 11 Who Hued to Ce- iowing )r la uainon ll ngagoniý.u '""b ýý aus od suit. When a man loses his best the boa he has to reckon girl, gifts and all Instituo total toss. from t sionial ( New Ou:L:ANs man was compelled of elect pay *117 for plucking three rare on. n ers in a Philadelphia park. lie .ames: hlit as weil have bought them at a WLra lionable florist's. smith. ---- - Tucker iui: kaiser is opposed to :allowing Natchij Standard oil rowd to euontrol the jurlor. man petrolemni miarkcet. 4ai it be ice A he fancies hinmself as Iig a an At N lie Stand~aid 1il conipanly sucee making lit cataloguing of musical in-q-n 0os gull ouis chi; its under -explosive suto.-tances" victed he tariff, resuiilts firomiii tlhe natural jailer, >ciation of ideas, the amateur cor- lunish player with dynamnite, fr instance. der. the eel EVENTEEN states hli\e ade inoa thy beginning in legi lation fer the eso d roads....

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 October 1894

A. KAHi N 'LES 123 and125 Texas Street, Wholesale and Retail Deal r In Golde Seri, Stoves, Crockery !opmei tours Glasswware, Tinware the1. "'And *EK f pieof p LAMPS AND HOUSEV ~tulles --FURNISHING GOODS hear h Iad d Sole Agent for the Celebrated Charter Oak n an Buck's Brilliant Stoves and Ranges. to hi and A Full Line of Heating Stoves and Cheap Cook- the u ing Stoves. Bot lake Country Orders Respectfully Solicited.ali ea. J. S. IHUNTER W. H. UNTER, JB cate( ing 1 *Jew~ Aral Biljb Hunter Bros.,en Worl Jose ;admn '-COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND DEALERS IN- s;e cate and and seen its G(iroceries, Western Produce .sha1 lonu forn 1h53 ilul 8ý sn ,Tres end hlalýso Sýlies, rI1m, * shitl SPECIAL ATTENTION PAI D TO CASH ORDERS.C S lilke NOS. 606 & 608 LEVEE STREET, SHREVEPORT, LA. 2. star F110 shlo the COOPER BROS.,aR Livery, sil Pediee I the (as Sa Ikei STABLES AND 4ULE PENS. Th --****--- itat Je Shreveport Transfer Co., 700, 702. 704, 706 and 708 Texas St., Cor. Louisiana. Our Facilities a...

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 October 1894

THE, PROGRESS. UBLIqSHED1I) EV'RlY SATI'llI)AY. N. 1). G'OOD)WIN, Lc:cI . T. D. HICKS,........ ........Id itor. Entered in the I'notonfic. at SMhreveport as Srconm -I it s l iil M tte I Ovrtcv: R12 .' ring Buret, bletwd 0 hlilain and Crockett. SClial(htil TON One r. ..... One itr aix MonIth .......... ....... . . ixty-fiVr e (Cent' Three Months ................ Thirty-five Ccnts Offetal Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Union SREVEPORT LA. OCT. 6, 1804. AINOUNCEMENT. t FOIL CONGAIEs. We are authorized to nunoune' lit x. t HI. W. OGaEN a candidate for r,-elicc tion to the .14tlh (ongr-ss. subject toc nomination by the I nmocratic votcer. of the F'ourth I)ktrict. We are authoriied to announce t JUDGE .1. '1'. WATKINS, of Nillntlen, a candidate for I jipresentattive to thel 54th (Congrcess. subject to the action of the I)Democratic voters of the 4111 I)is trict, as expre sed at the jrinariei's. Vote for WVatkins to-day. The young Democracy should rally to Watkins. Sabine parish has made a g...

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 October 1894

THE PROGRESS. *3REVEPORT, LA, OCT. 6, 1894. .gIRVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS t' p ngeC'I 11 1I r u1'.i . lr4,4.u I it 111t l . t 1I5b BI 4IiI'4I . . ) 1 I VjICKM 4ll.l:1I~ I~ Ill Al All~111 ~(I*~ IAI '4': 414>1'A``' A ~a &nO avA1441414444 . 8j0t , ' ar hI .4.' . . Pl iI : itd Cf lev ' . , 'o $o . , rIac t.ltlt )r n o t in 001 II I '1 II .,y n 'd (' . 441444" ;rill44 )" .I.4r III 414 ý5 etti 1;. r l ' ' I ' "' 'II ..44 .., . .I ' I , I. 4 gjad (· till i 1. II II . ', 44 cii 1'? N'P444'I'' ygIhr4 1l I l ; g jA4 'nit . . . . l4.1 .411 vsla L 'l l..... .. . ............. (gs ca l'' I .. t. . ` ' III'. sh l . ...1 442 111 ba ,eno w a n 'I I lo mid C, 4". [ '1 ' i n) \e 4 11141'. . . . . O41. "I 44 pll IWI 'l " ..... ........r 1 . II " i {. 1 4ad . 4 1 4 I 1 ,rand (11\. ' . . . . .. 11 111 g l i ln C rlullm il II. ,I' .IIIIIlllll nl llM II 1 ,t R 48thI\, IT.. . I treet , iO ref Leal IU,' t i:.I u Bhn . .o.. r resiTeaIl ''...l . .... .... ......02 44 44 1it tieR M 1emp4 'hi I... .......

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 October 1894

me t i f The they ques Bu unpi been too, ____ý ý laTte have T happened in this tion waI. We, of the in h Capital Comedy company, having don' one summer adon' month's vacation, moi decided to fill it bit!' in with a '"stock season,' worked qui on the joint-stock system at Reach- va ington. We extended the commnon- iHe wealth principle from the stage to e i the home, and took a furnished house, wherein we all resided with more ." comfort and at less expense than is 1-b possible in seaside lodgings. We fel- for lows had a smoking-billiarId-ro)om for t ouramusement, the girls had a bon- we dair for their gossip, and the married fire ladies kindly looked after the con- bed suniable properties and the proprie- con ties. A very good company we voted I ourselves. t41 I My sfster Vere and her husband,Ed- tric moid ., Hatherleigh, were in the st "crowd" and their special favorite tru was a young Spanish girl who had hil taken to the boards-the Senorita Al- as cida Velasquez. She was my specia...

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 October 1894

FARMI AND GAiDlEN. most ne sive dro blast so MATTERS OF INTEREST TO it all in ACRICCITURALISTS. as any t fens Some Up to Date Hints About Cultiva- The v lon of the Roll andI 'bids Thereof-- is just I Horticulture Vitieo lture and Florl- norther culture, C. S. W - graph. peas wt P'lowind* souther A sub-committee, instructed to re- not gro port .ts suggestions on plowing to well sa the Massachusetts state board of ag- cowpea ricultu're, submitted the following: the sou The importance of the proper prep- for the aration of the soil for the reception the mit of the seed can not be too highly esti- in the 1 mated. The correctness of this propo- peas ai sition will be readily admitted by but in those who remember the fact that mare v such a preparation isabsolutely neces- green1 sary to insure paying success in the so rapi raising of any given crop. Not only it will is the germination of the seed affected age pl by neglect in this matter; but the cowpeo future growth of the embiyo plant i...

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 October 1894

SjE v· E STE tj;!lirEXA sT NO.307 1 NO. 307 TEXAS ST. EXAT ST. SIBR8VEPORT, LA. ABSOLUTE C0NFIDENCE mrn?{E$ BUSIlIE$$ $UQCQEXS! I s lcl jmeve after the public c ii tidenee Insý Itwenl wvon, and by the Virtue of having dealt with it uprith E S SU CC E c'tiss what Ile intends not to pertot'!i, eoiiiiiiits s lIusistss suicide. I am ]lit senillhti out t his circilai' with an siujulal in tent. It is sent out to iliere;Lse my bnsines relations with Iyou. It is sent out to still further clinch your confidence. YOU KNOW that thlie Prýºt beuring ets the season wlihenl mniy mierchants crawl into their hole, and pull the hole in after them. I don't do it. I stay outsidle, and gig e you SQUATS OF SLASH CUT PRICESP Beginning Satrirdap,, SEPT. 1 Lot Comforts, worth $1 25, at - - 75c I Lot lirne Comferts, worth $2 50, at - - $1 25 10 Pieces Jeans, worth 50c, at - - - 30c 15 Pieces Jeans. worth 300c, at - - - 15ce '10 Pieces Jeanis, (job) at - - - Sc Men's fine Suits, worth $15 00, for - - $8 0) Me...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 October 1894

L. .-NTHE PROGRESSPRICE ;i3.-\O. 3i7 S II IIE\'VPORT~ LA., SiAT URI)AY. O)CT()OiBER lI 3 18)1. PRICE. " ENS A SPLENDID PAPER. `'rof Great Importance Discussed iby Mr, W. L. Fc.!er, of Caddo, md For 'f r1 .--at tI.. 1.lait, to Citi a, ct : to Cut ." t a vast sl"l,je~eC: how the -n of thought lifts aid spreads piiids a w we cotemlplate it. eet and fresh and exhilarat mental pefrlumle of the antici * crop. One cannot he ex to do eveIn 1a)'t ial justice to ject in the sh, rt time adm is here. D d not Phares and iwork and write and talk for d veg auInst every day bring romething niw? 11-ve not iof hundre1s of pageR been only to he c(Otillned by sub writers, and the subject pur ther into the realmis of the a? }Iave not chemists and and agrictunral lpapers and ental s'ations given to the e-resulIs of their investiga still the half has never an I theo half of that half 'been heard and nn(lerstood iced by our people. \Vlhat to turn from the nIonotrion'u s res upon ucres of cotton to snot o...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 October 1894

the door indiffere and I en crude ta of botth Stable the furn SBOX void o colored T was night in the Groupel Sierra Madre of roupec - Mexico, and I m an swung in a ham- convers I mock under the site the wide portico of a of abon rude adobe build- possess ing, tly home for ibelong, tile time being, lier di' known as the IIacienda de Carmen, I bright although not worthy of the name; so ranged called, however, by the people of the posed a camp, who dreamed, as myself, of the concea future of re'luction works and numer- wealth ous buildings to be erected from the far bel proceeds of the white metal that we oval it were gouging o sslowly fromi the Icomple rocky fastness of nature. The hous:, night. built on a precipitous bluff that rose I arted abruptly from the bed of the canyon,, grindit rested on the extreme eidge and coin- stood, manded a view down the will, rocky cciviný gorge that stretched away some two of ab' miles to a small, mountain-hemmrned forth i 'valley lying thousands of ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 October 1894

JWhl!e M. l'iorre VaRix, a mernlwr T oftho Irench chamber of dcputies from 1)ijon, was ruinning for the olilee hoe made out andl pi,naid in the hanrdds HA of the comniit too of Iiis lIarty a formal rsiiRnaition of his 'ent, lt linug thin lato idunk, a. l tillling th1orn that thv ronlil fill it. out nllI I b rtl it. i t' wh o net r tii''' founri t(hit by (cit. not U Mi inor up to his l j jiof'if Sl 4. 'li i tvo faCt.ions of his p1trty at ho. l e 'I Ia i l'i, , n I 1111 ;a , ii i t', ' urll 1f. !, 9?i. , ýo lhi" r"'lltim tt, tn s h s t",' his I ' r ,'-' I' itll n it t h , iir , s i l ,n t, o f t h " I l , .h a , , t l t . 1 1 . V a 1 i \ r l , , ,1 - r un t l i k , i t 1 a+ ail!. anr i 1i',,t ,s.ts th at. it is not h in:ai It r', aini~ i to i , r,, whe, ther, t' ' liith , "'( i it "r w ill h , l l ii iii t it. If i thIieuy I \.1 * lo \ `i ih prie i ioit? w iieh 1111 h (liII th". , 0 !" r+ w ol .;; o'n' n '{ , lor ,tio t' ;i o, , \n,'1( 0 ('7li IIav' <4 c r , ý,,'l If14 I t (' ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 October 1894

TIE FPOGRESS. . - - - IEntries a URIB,ISI1EI) Il EltY SATI I))AY. As tli ý.---- -~- _ tt"1 C. . II I('I S . -..... ........ I.;li it;r. i re,. ' tl Stt I ' 01 - -. . .. , idi'n ( Iaieted in the I ', e it ,=1*ltMhr" + , ,, l eti OFRrru IL! , r t `ire t, hr 1t n lI: la lr Ril4 Crockettl. Pcioln r i4 -!'Ii'TiON : ladies 1 On Yea .. On, )'lr "'l. Ladie 8a] Montlhs..... sixly-li'e rl , tt pthe (ti Tbree Montihs. ..... ..... . . hirty-;ie 1' ts - exhiiit Oicial Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Union itillito fancy SHREVEPORT LA. OCT. 13, 1894. hair, sl Swh----- ich Trickery iii politics shc'hld ntit 1le ieals tolerated nt tI. 1attract - - - -* the "A When will our stateseien taket up a, the cause of the laboring classes? tinCti ....... - - Our farmers shnld begin nrw to antI th plan for next yrP.'s' crolp and allot st vii only a small spane in the liehl fur cut- dr)ops ton raisin. ' at the -- *--~ __ ýýý -ing su Every nmait shun Id study the t su science of governiment and di.enms it to th a...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 October 1894

pROGRESS J. aide $0, LA., OCT. 13, 1894. t year D ART'IL'RE OF TRAINS a`t reach reeV . rt and. de- , I VtI Kf u - ~AskI P a in . Ifl . lera s . .... . :.. . i p iU I "j on dlef tI' oG a iuiti ýIBEHygVFPoH A:'1 IACIRl('. t.l I  lAT But a In' th SnrevePort : a th 0MVicljksbtiur (: 1 guil ý Atlant, ·a ... . . : , pST ro . n, . or' I - Atlanta . a Vicl 1shrg i 6t Athrent.1rt .. :Ou p mi IiSZL-Sr t i iI ttVI U 'r . .ict i .... .. .. . . :1 p I i lie ........... 1111 ... . ........ m _ f .... .... .... .... . 2U.r IIou.toi- ;O I ,am iaule... ............ ."- m 1 SOEAt. R .C , h r i s . . .. . i - Tet............... ...... a mo , lr g.i veport . .... .... 0 P in lbe3' minutes in advance of S. C00E1YS, C. RATZBURC, tL1, DENTIST, E OVER ZODIAG'S gu MAHON, M. D., P' IAN AND SURGEON, 11 ernistein Bros'. I)rug Store. East Jordaln sl I'el,. S " ýhrev"_l)_{ort, Ls. AL COLUMN. TAKE NOTICE. this item in your paper iý th a blue pencil your sub Sended. I'leaso send cash $: 1.00 per year. Cotton...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 October 1894

THE PROGRESS C D. HICSE , t sa, Prop. LShrevept, _su.... LITTLE Miss Peary will pirok1? a ,ant togo to the north poe to -)Rond I her summers. A urrosE and hligy re, .tl! r.l( b from in front of Kansaý (it('s central I) police station, but the:re wer'e n ii policemen in the buggy ut tile timle. : T nIE idea of a Chicago l;il', -,. ttinr, \" forth to find the north polo ',':eois to d' have aroused hostile Ea~tiirn critics Il to the notion that (hicago mrteansi to t annex it. SINCE the Briti.sh vessels will niat  l cssist in patrolling lIring ;ihrin. s., - h haps they will holl Urchl Saml's cat i while he gives the Canadian sa,',''hrs' ascientific thrashing of apprrov,,l p-it tern. 'TEREn is less interest il 1the qius- i lion, "Who killed Cock Robin." now i that the world is absorbed in the more fa abstruse problem, .*Who is to blame for the Vigilant's losing her renter- Ii board?" THE Breckinridge case is probably about to pass out of pIublic notice. In view of this fact it is the ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
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