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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 November 1894

EXTRAVAGANCE May lie in paying too much for a thing, or in paying too little. If you ouy drugs for less than we ask, you'll not get as good quality-that's poor economy. If you pay more you pay too much, because we sell the best there is. The same rule applies to our toilet articles, Fancy Soaps, Hair Brushes, Tooth Brushes and Stationery. IUD UG MORRIS & DICKSON, 212 Texas St., Shreveport, La. C. A. ALSTON, COTTO2 : F:ACTOR And Ceneral - * - Storage " Warehouse Business. Liberal Cash Advancements on Consignments. Office and Warehouse corner Crockett and Spring streets, Shreveport, La. HERrAN LOEBS, COTTON BROKER, ALSO DEALER s, lool, Rosaa, Ta11ow , Fir, Etc. 700, 702. 704 .706 COMMERCE ST.. COR. CROCKETT ST. I guarantee to the seller the net price obtained in Vicksburg, St. louis, New Orleans, Galveston and Houston Markets. Prompt returns made on receipt of shipments. I solicit the consignment of COTTON & ALL GOODS IN MY LINE, MERCHANTS a FARMERS BANK 126 TEXAS STREET. -+PA...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 November 1894

a -- ~ - TH.E PF{OGRIESS. t'J ),y I I:I t I'~It1 1I1K .' ti M . U. 1I 11''\. 1'. fpl I, C~. n. 1((('14x. ... . ...... . ·. I;;liictr' r 1 IN1(' 1I II'I 11.1" I :: .11'.(.(. I j l(.(.N p ''l 71' O ng 1,., _11,,"I1.1 Tir Mn. - h ' " tt ' Thrrv 1n II I I1111ý'-lie ( 1 '`( Official Journal aladdo Parinh Farmers Union SHREVEPoRT LA. NOV. 3, 18( . Everyhly Y ote for ()Ogdn ntit TuesdIIay. S Fvory D)emoort wiro purticipr-tvi in the congressional prilmary, 1should cast his vote for Ogdon ''nuesday. Socialism in it truest sense wilI do away with the strife 1and contentions which pIow hest uilll ,esot this wcrld. _ _ e-0 - -. Boys! let's give t ihe Detjocratk onei morn citliance ll( vote for Igd enr Tuesday. t Denmocracy ii t.hi afegunard of tOw people iand the 1rotcctionl :o thiir t· rights if honestly c:rried wilt.. r*ut, alas! there's th- rub. "h1-n mleln ("Oi ti) hun li tlhiri. reason andi stud y fi'or t1 1 l tI e v 14, th e t i1oh the dynasty of the III (1'II)g ), he-. gin to decay .grid...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 November 1894

VPORT I A .NOV 3, 1894. ['' .' ily1t Aitt ý1 IIlll illillitl ll liilllH I I Illl i f l= < \ch'l , C. RA ZBURC, l - i!* trmu0Zul i k WT Z fair. "'booth 11 313 TexasR ireat, Over _ t Bedentelic imer r'sº. 1' -1. i'i 1: I llll lltlll: ll:ll i!! ill:t11 '111; l p ± ,, T. M. COMEGYS, I' T~h "1'ý DENTIST, I 1 e cE OV I:F ZODIAG'S In - O~(n ;IMl SMAHON. M. D., , ,lad} f1' SIC/AN AND SURGEON, i-Kl et we I at l;" II^111 n 11r1~- '. 1)ll l t}; , olll' CAL C .LUNIN. 1·: 1V :l'i: 11'11. o~f elthi Its Mir t h ard B Y t n l 1li a f li t1 1 - llt t t i ") '. 11'« ' %%1 111 b e x i b1i, 1111'1 1(('11 e11 day Xl. lIP 7. nmke a fe t- a rall lh XV. heir w i I't 'cl ' 1e(dw Yh(i * t 11. 1 ; ''' t} 1; enabl'l io I I li to Si hitr aty,h IiI. e. r; ns of Irook- and ý' t, rs wche 7~ 1 ~-e ntl follo- atI iOw:. .\0 n 1,'1,1 d1ay i t al ay ', h s I'' wher ft lefr liniC i rothe MIr thwr al arid triiw': for' the' ~iiht oIf t' Now V1 rI'ie ýI , ik' I IIIC at K irk ott i woutl tjitittllati: oil' reotail ti'ade...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 November 1894

A. KAHN11 (23 and 125 Texas Street, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in H Stoves, Crockery Glassware, Tinware be vi LAMPS AND HOUSE-- at --FURNISHING GOODS i Sole Agent for the Celebrated Charter Oak an H Buck's Brilliant Stoves and Ranges. A Full Line of Heating Stoves and Cheap Coogk H iug Stoves. fc Country Orders Respectfully Solicited. i ii SJ. 8. UNTER W. HI. HUNTER, JB 61 11 Hunter Bros., . n t] C {OMMISSION MERCHANTS AND DEALERS IN-- c Groceries, Western Producet Bý sni ,Tries i P1IIýnBliO SBý liI ! r SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO CASH ORDERS. U NOS. 606 & 608 LEVEE STREET. SHREVEPORT, LA. HITED & WHELESS. Wholesale and Retail UMBER DEALERS. --Make a Specialty of SING, BASE, IOULDING, " Ao S: iDIN, F1O IN& CILING1 Also aypress S~hinglos, Sash and Doors. 80TH WHITE PINE AND CYPRESS. UNTRV ORBERS SOLI'I'ED. · SHREVEPOTr, LA. Shreveport's Druggist. EON M. CARTER -DEALER IN re Drugs, Medicines, -Makes a Specialty of A.'RDE'bT SEED which are warranted to be always fresh. ,PRES...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 November 1894

L cto 1-v r v U- uM -1 Ll~. ULUIG, O J U B e kisser, who has been making t A NeW nsation on the streets of New York, e is described as a comely woma' Mr. about :3 years of age, and she spent forgot methivig like an hour on the streets, becaun igging and kissing every man she name, mid catch. She was not at all par. and ge c:ular as to who they were. Young in the en. and old, handsome and ugly, she differe ssed them all with impartial affee.c York on. :-oe of them took it good-na- strong trediy and laughed with the on-look- Mtatio' -s. and others were mad and tore Inemb iemselves away from her as soon as generi cy co(ild. which was not a very easy repute 'b, as she was well-built and muscu- thirty `he met a crowd coming fron Miss I te ferry ann kissed as many as who k e could. She invaded the street car for th nd run all the men out of it with her in c Itectionate demonstrations, and she of goc yen olteren to gve the policeman, Call d ho threatened to "take her in," thd eveni wectcst...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 November 1894

Ask- NO.BO NO. 307 R TEXAS TEXAS ST. E3IIR8V1EPORTL. LA.. ABSOLUTE CONFIDENCE m r {E$ BU0IvE$S U$GGQ Q S$! S'UC CESINSESS fi EIs achieved aftethpuer the public contilence has been won, and by the v irtue of havingii dalt wit iith it uprightly. The man w N advertises what he intends not to perkfom, commits business suicide. I am not sending omit this circular wiuh ni suiildal ik tent. It is sent out to increase my business relations with you. It is sent out to still further clinch your confildeiince. YOU I(KNOW that the piotit bearing searomn i ended. Its t season when Inallny Imer'chants crawl into their hole, and pull the hole in after them. I don't do it. I stay outside, and give you 90 BATS OF SLASH CUT PRICES1 L-Beginning Saturday, SEPT. 22 l Lot Comforts, worth $1 25, at - - 75c 1 Lot Boy's and Men's Suspenders for - 10e Ginghum, worth 7 Tc, for - - 4 1e a Yd A $2 50 Over Shirt for - - - - $1 1 Lot tin Comforts, worth $2 50, at - - $1 25 1 Lot Wortsed, worth 20c, for - - - 9 C ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 November 1894

THE PROGRESS. VOL. 3.-NO. 41 SHREVEIPOR ,,., SATU AY N )VEMER I0 . RIC E J S CER TAIN* * IS M :TH ... - -- Z-- LZ--- - - That sells Goods at such Prices as Herman Zodiag now is making. Why! no person of a reasonable turn of mind need want for anything. Any smal amount of cash will buy big lots of goods. LOOK AT THE $LEDGE PUmf1fV Z ± .--THAT PULVERIZE THE PRICES A SQUARE DEAL.--, As a matter of actual record of all the railroad, steamboat and express offices, it shows, beyond any shadow of doi~ t, that SHER MAN ZODIAG has received more goods than. lany retail house in this city anýd mIore Shoes than any three retail houses n this section. IRON-CLAD S Bottoms. * NiMO at IM rartt4hII ICt 1IIII u IkHLI:w r I' I .1l1 IiriIsIllulli 11n II tII MY DEAR FELLOW, When you talk about Bar ains * / in Clothing you miss the mark when you fail to visit HERX &N ZODIAG. 1 have been there and know just what I am talking about. rx fil If ý I / wi I1 ý4 Bousands of Beautiftl Artioles in Every De...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 November 1894

ALL OVER THE WORLD tat an HAPPENINGS OF GENERAL IN- V TEREST TO ALL, A Comprehensive Epitome of Serious and Sensational Sortings Condensed M1 from all the Leading Dailies for the '1'i rast Week. dj As the result of carelessness in handling a small pocket eraser at the l0 Fourteenth regiment armory in g1 lirookly. N. Y., recently, one brother met death at the hands of another. The victim was Robert l)illman, 26 years old, and the brother is Freder ick l)illman, aged 31 years. Robert re had asked to see the eraser, where- ni upon his brother made a playful cl lunge at him with the blade, Robert dr losing his balance, fell forward, re- sa ceiving the eraser point in his heart. Frederick was arrested. The judge, se while expressing sympathy for the prisoner, regretted that under the in circustances he could not accept bail and remanded him to jail. LIVAInA, Nov. 2, 1891.-To the president of the United States: I a have the sorrow to ir part to you the (cruel loss that I and Russia have j...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 November 1894

.A ('ar:,,d IMtl It, TABER Tho constant dtrniirer that threatens the inhabitants of our cities froni the hctavy ciirre,'nts of eiectric'ity emplloyed bR. t TAL in electric lighting and trolley cars Is "VIC1 ',wll illustrated hv an incident that 4*occurredl in ('hlrcao a few days since. A .,,arrlilr weitt to uoen theli mail box Death the ( to take olt tihe ('001101 n,. when. its he slnd Trib in4s'r'ted his k,'y in the lock, he ro- 1 :1r "N ('cive l Uc'h a shL,,k ita made him yell hMore Pati with }lain % i,ol',i,,, an iam,i .a n l nirt up :andI askedl t\ hat was the mat ter. ''I've nlrtltinedl my wrist..'" was thi ,,Iy li wrli' of I h: maiil carrier. .\Wn,,t youii unloIck te I,,ox for me."' flfooxT.r '1 h'n tihe plic,'nan a continodatingly image, who ushedi the key into the hole and fell his globe-( back as thiliugh kicked by a mulo. 'y reach A The, two victim- launghed and stood its the st a1idc( to wait' fio Irslts. ,\ red-faced through ran .lt,'ll'!t 1p with it handful of pain,...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 November 1894

TE PROGRESS. .'UBLIfED EVRY SATURDAY. 1. 1. (*OODWIN, Lessee. C. D. HICKS,. .. .......Editor. RIDIteed tI) t1 rotcmc'} at ,hreveport s :p wc,nl.(:lss .Mail Mlatter. OtIc: en. ,priUl plrinet, between Millam sad Croc "'i. Ose Yea. One Dollar ie YMouth ............. 8ty-five Cents Thnee Months ... ........ Thirty-flve Cent Olf-i JoUrnal Caddo PLarih Plrmer Union *jLIVEPORT LA. NOV. 10, 1894. The Protherhood of Man is a good talk d ctrine to establish and practice in an relimon or politics. the The peoples' best friend is their worn public schools, or one of their best or s1 best anyway. T1 -port if our Experiment Station, Normal pour and Publi, schools can't build no an T intelligent citizenship, in business tain and the political world, we are in a take densely ignorant condition truly. T He who says legislation has noth- in av log to do with the low price of cotton a cr is either ignorant or wilfully untruth- a co ! coll fol. T •I-c-A--- .. . No party which practices class leg- 9on ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 November 1894

H PROE payW1OsBT, LA., NOV010, 1894. d IL AND DEPARTIBE OF TRAINS t.,_i er trains reach Shreveport and de is foUoWS: Tfolllo A AND PACIPIC. 61 West 1ound leaves.. . *** 0:20 am ae .ound leaves . o.600p m W1 e t ..-R Bo l,dleeves... .... :15 p m SaS.t-Bouud leave.............. 5:06  tn t ' 4tgpfiURO. Mitpr pPO'T AND PACIFIC. Y W UOIND. ... . 7:30 am C leaves lclsbur . 6:2I1 pm   C.1tes . a tlata ............. 2:00 pm WEST ROUND - sd C. leaves AtlSlto . .. ......... 115 a m no. a 2rrives at Atlnuto. ...:.... p m aid C leaves VicksburK ...... . 2;00 p i ad .. rrives a! Shreveport ... 0u pm COflTON PELT-NORTH BOUND. S .. Shreveport ............ ... :15 pm ves~ t Lewiville .... . . ...... . . 7:45 pm s t l. ................... p m Mes Tarkana ..............1020 p i SOUTHU POUND. .."wr e ,mPh,... 8....·...... • ....... ,,4.pm '" ; Iwrevlr1 .................a 'griveu Shreveport . . ...1;25 .m - "Hag lOET AND HOUSTON. g,.oav No. ? or ouston-- .......7: a m Ar-i"iesa . ou.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. — 10 November 1894

TIHE PROGRESS PO` C. D. HICKS, Ed.. i AND Shrevoport, . - T''Wo mn held up an operator at Ne, L Tracy and secure:l three cents. There start are lines of industry which are safer ,,aa, and pay fully as well. ture. 'T'IiE ar the days the mother thinks of the son whose hair is a sight, and wonders ever in her heart: '.Where is my quarter back to-night?" SoM men are much like the Ari zona bull which has just made a rec ord by bucking a Santa Fe engine off the track. The bull was killed, but the record stands. TiE Japanese national flower is the chrysanthemum, but the Japanese na- what tional character, as expressed in thel Elinme Chinese war, would be better relre- Some scented by the daisy. inclir 1 press ITr is all right, perhaps, for the pur' being food reformers to throw discredit on neigl the potato, but the potato was here a" sacre long time before the refortners-iand it phot0 will bW here a long time after they are groui gone. A , - - - --- ing I A PACKING house run on Chicago an...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 November 1894

A. KAH N, 123 and 125 Texas Street, Wholesale It and Retail Dealer In Stoves, Crockery Glassware, Tinware 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 ing Stoves. (Countrv Orders RIespoctfully Solicited. J. U. N1TER WV. H. HUNTER, JR Hunter Bros., ---COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND DEALERS IN Groceries, Western Produce :SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO CASH ORDERS. NOS. 606 & 608 LEVEE STREET, SHREVEPORT, LA, WHITED & WHELESS. -Wholesale and Retail LUIBEI DEALERS. --Make a Specialty of CASING, BASE, LIN " S SIDING, FIOOI001cI EILIlNG Also Cypress Shingles, Sash and Doors. BOTH WHITE PINE AND CYPRESS. eNun'1RY ORDERS SOLICITED. SHREVEPe0R, LA. phreveport's Druggist.. LEON M. CARTER -DEALER IN Puare Drugs, Medicines, Aye9 roILE2, Aaf-ELES -Makes a Specialty of G-ARDEN SEED which are warranted to be always fresh. PRESCRIPIIONS CAREFULLY PREPARED. Corner Texas and Spring Stre...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 November 1894

NO. 307 N 30 TEXAS ST.. v' jIjti TEXAS SHREVEPORT, LA ABSOLUTE CONF IENC UC(ICiIE$S 1U$Ip E$HS II1l$ $uu cw $$!l8ill BU SI E SS SU CCESS4 11 h' ll'll' .l1 ( (l' 11111, 1111til1 tf nt. It i, wiltt out to ile'ro e illm y v )11 , ',5q rela tiuns with 1-!",". IlI i t wi t fý M ill iir I ,r , i t',i r ll' 1 ,.'ll'.I' , sienlso1 1 wliei' m nlily mer hant s crawl ilnto1 thl'ir hol, nii pu)ll thie tl 'b in I'r 1t1 . 1 1 I din i l., ,, . i ' 1v 4 90 DAYS OF SLASH CUIT P , Beglnniiao, l 1 ,, S, sP T. i Iot (,rmforte. Worth $1 25, at. - 75 1 lot fine C(omfrtP, worth $2 50, at - - $1 25 10 Pieces Joans, worth rS, at - - 30c 15 Pieces JeanuF worth 30ec, at - - - 15c 10 Pieces Jeans, (job) att - - c Men's fine Suits, worth $15 00, for - $8 00 Men's fine Suits, worth $12 00, for - - $5 50 Boy's Suits for - - 90c Boy's $3 50 Suits for - $1 50 Knee Pants for - 20c Knee Pants for - - - - - 15e 25 Pieces Cotton Flannel, worth 12jo, for - 7c 25 Pieces Cotton Flannel, worth 7jc, for - 5c - --  l,,'l...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 November 1894

STHE PROGRESS. VOL. 3.-NO. 42 SHREVEPORT, LA., SATURDAY. NOVEMBIER 17, 189. PRIICE, 5 CENS. _ - ._ _. I i IuN N I NI l- I l S : CERTAIN: JS: DE TH . .. . - - 2 - L E OF TE  - ESTOE - - That sells Goods at such Prices as Herman Zodiag now is making. Why' person of a reasonable turn of mind need want for anything. Any small amount of cash will buy big lots of goods. LOOK AT THE $LEDGEI )AImmat + + + + ++ -___ TI{AT PULVERIZE THE PRICES. -u.,- l ;IýF III; tI' iii : mt|liM; 1hhJ1:IT'I!I'I x i I1IUIIJ.IIr$'. LII; IU t41II J ' iUIpiIUU1IIIM flhýiI4Ki.mu" 1 Iflh$I&IIIt:m I lIH.I M m tiii.iiHiititi g.flFlLI. ilI JHlHINl NullI't1T i1IItfl H:f'rlhl tl III'Il t Htil:II i A SQUARE DEAL. . FOR LALIES CENTS' and CHILDREN Ay house that hs theAsFollows: .s a matter of actual record of all the mon to paty.for the price As Follows: railroad, steamboat and express ofi' es, 'e advertisinc h sp $600 H(-S d IS3 S t $,. shows, beyond any shadow of dout, th(I ad rtising can het th . spa...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 November 1894

ITHE PROGRESS Conde G. D. HICKS, Fd. and Prop. Shrevpot, - - -.. Tln Virguiia train robbers are very of Ota smooth in making a haul, hut. when it busin comes to eluding capture our Western run ii artists can walk straight away from Rt. o them. stock A WILL filed in San Francisco con- prop( sisting of twenty-four words, disposes midd of $300,0!0 and can't he broken. A temp lawyer-proof will is a pleasing andýval- did n uable curiosity. agre - - sayin A coNvve:Nr girl in New York has lss t eloped with a notorious swindler. As at $. ,'reen goods" constitute his slecialty. ment he does not seem to have gone outside and his professional lines. and 1 the s A YvotN: woman of Stockton.( 'al., is '1h11 now on her wedding trip. When she Sout startod she stole all the money her old unde father had, and he killed himself rath- chan er than starve. The joy that lights train that young lady's honeymoon will Alex probably be as refulgent as she de- twee serves. tirel B.L.TIMOIiE hotel-keelp'rs ref...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 November 1894

I, ý. ICKS, 'reatelduC . ft HICKR, Vice-Prerment. W. T. CRIAWFURD, Beo'y and 'r'e DIR-ECTO1S., . M. HTICKS, 8 B. fI(CKS, N. T. CRAWFORD, F. IL. GOSMAN, W. F. CHAS, BENJAMIN GRATZ of Warren, Jones & Gr:itz, St. Louis, Mo. THE HICKS COMPANY -(LIMITED), (IHOLESALE GROCERS & COTTON FACTORS, 115 AND 117 TEXAS STREET, SHREVEPORT, L:'2 Warehouses: Corner Sring and Travis and Travis and Common Streets, RELIABLE FIRM TO DEAL WITH IN NEW ORLEANS LA. Sma-e JACKSON SQUARE CIGARS, Manfacta'ed by .8 HRISEEIM BROS. A CO. THE MATCHLESS PIANOS! JUNIUS HART ELLA BERRY SOAP, 191 CANAL -l.. Cures Skin and S calp OVuANS Best and C'heapest. diseases, Pimples. "C'i- Easiest Terms. nous, tan, olT:is:live per U Catalogues sent Fre, spiration, Price, ' cts , IRIMDALLatti.:" , L Tf TB ELLA BERRY L P U Uycles. BS y Cariaes, As 7 CU-YOU*OAN Hm, WALL PAPER. popular. 50 cts. a box m AGs,,,,F,, A R Matting, Window Shades, Etc. / Great Wrinkleremov-1 SAMPLES SENT T nE er oc 5eLtner fur all skin irritation...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 November 1894

THE PROGRESS. ,,,ons. _- -- : til t Ill l r t L I31ItllI) EVERY 8 IAY. n r:irtio On-= - -- . . -. --- a-i t -r-- _hT r- tive _ . untutil , harult S ). I('K ........ .. . . . Editor. I,, tInu i in th e I'ot i, ait rvepor i l eill th • 6h ,n't, I, Mail Mattor. h een lOi'a t:i I ,s.,rig ?L'ttt, bhoIwet'! Milan; t e t;h im anl w'rock rt .--.-.- . t-er ,-- 8 l ;S, I ON : l)rok O2 a rOtu e Cto l sai r O ei. . .t . t. . . p l xt\--An ve t'elo s SThree nth. ........... .... Thir ii te Ce( ' that r ac r......... Twir cef Illlttl Offeial Journal Caddo Farish Farmers Unionf . - Khant SHREVEPORT LA. 1 OV. 17, 1894. i O ,tioll ,.'ici THE PEOPLE HAVE SPOKEN. e In our opinioni the tidal ,ave of , ill the rth inst. was not so much an f! h overthrow of tho I)iioecratic party as i rel it. was that of Cleveland alnd Cleve- thei lontisi.n It, however. deml)nstrated .tbe: the fait most forcilly that--except in gra Le,, uishl-a where elections are ai rea it:ckery and are debau,.:hed to satil- ear, fy unh...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 November 1894

E PROGRESS. MECH: i-- -zP(I it iggEVEFORT, LA. NOV 17, 1894. i r { llIIIlllttll iHI tlHFHilIItFFlIIHI IlHI1h; DR. C. RATZBURC, - thisi I atio' DENTIST, miora ' * e.318 Texars Street, Over BedenhelmOr's. if co i 4ll 1111U11111111llllllllllllll tl tiliRtNi l'I u i whith DR, T. M. COMEGYS, ! r, DENTIST, ?OFFICE OVER ZODIAG'S lt) o 1,;.----- ,Mt, 8 L . MAHON'M. D., hht PHYSICIlAN AND SURGEON, r' e Pt lBernst'in 1h310'. Drug Store,. gbidec, East o'dn l Ir et, salhke, Sh ,r V,'pot . tll, iiail .---.------ Th L LOCAL CuLUMN, ,n, Habeas Corpus Denied. SAfter Mr. .1(, 1I). (Wass had giv n gotet bond last week he wast. itnllt diiLte'ly - reil- I a.rrested ol anti alliiait of Capt. Simon tl lo Jrey, Jry., to tr,,v't it his leaving the Mitica .tte until jude m .nt in the sum of to II 414,868 which the plaiUntit i ll aliged was poltt -.ue him could hie Obtlaintld. W li nsd;'y ment Mr. Glass had a trial hifort Jurtlge A. to Cln PD.Land on a a rit of hiaecas corpuis. to it -b-tthe writ was dt...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 November 1894

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