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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 December 1894

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE fore ma induce great F pie an' tAR. CLEVELAND PRESENTS HIS earnest VIEWS TO CONGRESS. Sinc spendt go Reviews Our Foreign Ielations at taken Length, I;ecountitu What IHas Been luv Done, Allude' to Department Reports, tio o Tariff and Finance. the t -- - opetrat WVAsi.GIT,."N Dec. 3.--The following j-d0 es President C l've:land's tnes.age as read before both branchos of con',ress today;: o- t i The assemtiage within the nation's legisla t.- halls of t -e chtars d with the duty of v lit 'Alng laws for th- lO-nenit oe a zen-rouis and " eople. nilre-i\vely suggests the exact- Ap'pl )bltlg:aion and luexorable ri-cpsibihity empiv Aive in t:el r task. At the thresholt of t, ; t ui ,ich laIbor n( v o, bp undertaken by the can cuLtiv tress of t:ie I ;:. -rate-. and in the disicharge tit se( ot an excxi(tti'e ity n~ ,inmed by the constitu- iaudal to, I lsublitll. thi.s (otlllint ni,.ation, contalilnin domCe a br:ef state'nrh-lit f t1 coditin ;lf tour na- Unatt tiOns affai...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 December 1894

TjE~ PR(OGRESS. .'L'SUSHEI) 1W FRY 1A4TUR r"AY nterd in the Po"m r t Qhrvreport at ftud (rmekett 060 ~ I I *sewa $umsi ca.l. Prla Taruseri Uui~a I 33ZPOlT LA., DEC I. 1S4.1 Tuwtuiv. Con anuolt A%.r '.'. ItKoyd. Never mind high or low tariff: give bl us more money. Indiference and Seltishness are double c~anins, and both boar cose k relationship to Crime. The counterfeit man like the .ni. im terfeit bill. pas. current u'rtll ex- w amined by an eapert w The laboring man is just now inter- : eated in the financial qnetiou,. not c the tariff. If one would like to be considered rt honest let him be honest, in politics In as in other things. n The willing labor ot our country t should tind ready, steady employ- ti mant at good wages. Nothing is cheap when there is no M money to buy the article with. It is more money the country needs right . now, not bhigh nor low tariff. When the honest yeomenry erase CI ti play thb clown to the politici ans whip cracksa then will demagoguery ra be ,det...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 December 1894

THE PROGRESS. Sdi IHREVEPORT, LA., DEC. 8, 1894. C( ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS r Pascenee'r trains reach Shreveport and de- h part as follows: TKRXA AND PACIFIC. No. 51 West Bound leaves............. 9:2o am as No 52 East-Bound leaves.......... . G00 pmn , to, 5.1 \Vest-Bound leaves......... ..0:15 p m No. 54 East-Bound leaves ............. 5:05 am h rICxSBUROG,'HREVF.PORT AND PACIFIC. i exASr sOUD. Q an4:: loav. ihrev.port .......... 8:15 am c . . C,ave,' Vicksburg .......... G:0 p mi Q silj C. l,1aves Atlanta .. ....... 2:00 p im WcsT EOUND. Q. aunl C. leaves Atlanta ............ In:15 a m P Q at, : arrives at Ailanta.... .. ::;i pm 0. and C. leaves Vlcksburg ......... 2:00 p m Q sad C. arrives at:Shreveport ....... 8:05 p m ClITON BfLT--NORfTIH IloND. , Leaves ahreveport ................... 4:15 pm b Arrive at lIewisville............... 7:45 pm Leaves I.ewisville.................... 8:15 p in s' Arrive Mephis ..................... 9:05 am I.,aves LewiNvlio ...................

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 December 1894

.' M. fflC1x.. Prestdeo , h IHICKI, Vice-Pres~'1ent. W. T. C(1AWFU1RD, Becry aud 'tra DIRhEECTOR,S. F. M. rICK3, a A. TITWrS, W. T. C'RAWFORD, F. H. GOSMAN, W. F. CHASE, BENJAMI N GRATZ of Warren, Jones & Gratz, SL. Louis, Mo. THE HICKS COMPANY (LIMITED), WHOLESALE GROCERS & COTTON FACTORS, :i5 AND 117 TEXAS STREET, SIIIEVEPORT., La. Warehouses: Corner Sring and Travis and Travis and Common Streets, SRELABLE nRM A5 TO DEAL WITH IN NEW ORLEANS LA. Sma.ae JACKSON SQ It,- CI(..I , Mant:a-d by 8.EgSII : BECS. ' :. THE MATCHLESS ELLA BERRY SOAP, Cr ires Sk!in a::,l S :lp .!ieasese, P.rul, h. , k 'li nl:'. tu,tU, ell ive ICper aspiration, Price, .25 cts THB ELLA BERRY CU-YOU-CAN Face t'owter, ,s Harmss, beautitying pop :!ar. 50 cts. a box THB ELLA BERRY M ý,d M4SSAGE CREAM, G rL,; re \'t Wrinkle ri', - er ow , vne," for alI skin irritations. i.Li) a box. These three at al.! Dr.- St::t or direct' from MRS. ELLA BERRY, DERMATOLOG!ST Morris Buildiniz, New Orleaus, L:a. Hi,,oL a...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 December 1894

Cricket Thr..e at I .. ,; ` Although we are accustomed here1 to regard cricket as a rather uues, and inoffensive game, it bears ;.n con- SEP tirely different aspect when Iaycd in the P'at.ic islands. Accorudi'g to :ti new English bishop of .Melanes.ia, wh was bowled out by one of the coo- Seve vents to (hristianity at the ote-t of at his tir-t game in Norfolkc isianrl .,tue Ir natives don't clap their Ltauis. but 0 war-whoop in token of ailaus*. This whoop is more like a hril siren whistle than anything c._se. , W\'hen the batsman misses he l'aus Sen about, whooping to the crowd of on-I of lookers and they back to him. while the he swings his bat around his head to ma the peril of the wicket-keeper antd. in silo fact. of all within range." Imagine sta what the antics of the Norfolk l-land- sill ers would be if they were to acouire the any knowledge of our national game lTh of baseball. ithe Pel Glucose. the Glucose, it appears, is the greatest rai of all adulterants. It is used f...

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

NO. 307 0 TEXAS ST. SILVTEXAS T, S-IR EVEPOR T, L THE BANNER ' T I., o 'omforts, worth $1 25, at -75c 1 Lot Boy's and Men's Suspenders for 10c Gingham, worth 71c, for - - 41c a Yd A $2 50 Ov.r Shirt for "l -i S','te Comforts, worth $2 50, at - - $1 25 1 Lot Wortsed, worth 20c, for - - 9e Gingham, worth .l10c, for - - 7ic a Yd Hamilton-Brown $4 00 Shoe fur - - f.'ieces Jeans, worth 50c, at - - - ;t3 Dress Flannels, worth 40c, for - 25c Indigo blue Calico, worth 6c, for - i a Yd A good quality uf Men's Shoes, wor]th a P'ieCes Jeans. worth 30c, at - - - 15c Fine ass't. of Serge Dress Goods, worth 20c Satteens, worth 121c, at - - 7 1-2c a Id $1 75 at - 1 I iecos Jeans, (job) at - - - - 8 for - -- - - - 10c 75 Pairs Blankets, worth $2 25, at $1 50 Men's Lace and Uater Shoes for uits, worth $15 00, for - - $8 (00 : Also an elegant line of 20 Pairs Blankets, worth $2 00, at - '1 10 Ladiss' fine Shoes, worth $2.50. at - 1 .g worth $12 00, for - $5 50 -E Ladies Trimmed Hats. 30 Pairs Blanket...

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 December 1894

.- GEM TAIN LS__.___..... .DIM., , , STIHI 1 . ;* CERTAIN. : S : DEITH • * Pat sells G ods at such Prices as Herman Z diag now is making; AW, n person of a reasonable turn of mind need want for anything. Any sm amount of cash will buy big lots of goods. LOOK AT THE .D THAT PULVERIZE THE PRICES ... .......T...".. .III l. llll i ll llllllll ll .- ,,a m . .. .... .. . ._.................... ,,,...,tltlil~llillit.ll~itll tl llu lllll llll igfl~ llll -l -.l . .. . .... . ,-nllu ,,-,llil .,, a!  G ii ni.tti] . A SQUARE DEAL.-M S .s a nuatter tof rctlital record of : hll the ilroad, steamb oat (riand express ofJie., iL kows, beyond atfL shadosw of douthti, thl - EBNAN ZODIAG has received ,," ,oodsthan ,.. IJ ret,1il ro se irn, this cIt!! (.,1 more Shtes than ally three retail to,~es in this sectio,,. OUR IRON-CLAD Bottomns. . l i.... Illu stant 1f,11i'tl4U Itiitt lll'I11itt l ist ll ili tl1 .i { 't l l I I· I I !l l llll.ltU IW . . . . . . . . . MY DEAR FELLOW, Wheu' you talk abo...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 22 December 1894

. l. I, r t IICK`, Vle-I're ent. W. . CAW.U , -e'y and Tree 'DIREECTO:~1RS. F. M. HICKS, & D. HIT!S, W. T. CRAWFORD, F. H. GOspAll, W. F. CHASE BENJAMIN GRATZ of Warren, Jonel & GiJts, St. Louis, Mo. THE HICKS COMPANY (LIMITED), WHOLESALE GROCERS & COTTON FACTORS, L15 AND 117 TEXAS STREET, SHREVEPORT, La. Warhouses: Corner 8Dring and Travis and Travis and Common Streets. TO AL~ WI H IN NEW ORLEAN4 LA. Sma* JACKSON SQUARE CIGARS, MYanfaotard bI S. EPUNHEIISI 3108. 00. THe MATCHLE88 PIANOS! JUNIUS HART, ELLA EERRV SOAP, OI lt CANAL ST.. Cures Skin and Scal ORGANS Bestand Cheapest,, m diseases, Pimples, Oili NEasiest Terms. ness, tan,offEnsive per USlIC Catalogues sent Frew plrootion, Price, 25 cts Csrrsges. B1gt45, hmen THE ELLA MERRY Rlu P, flIIUHLLR3ioyce.. 3Iby GrrigU, $5 OI.YOU"OAN Fe? WALL PAPERP Harmless, beautifying LL PAPER. popular. S eta. E box ,E ELA W-E.RYa Matting, Window Shades, Etc, Grcea Wrinkleremov- SAMPLES SENT er or s ter fur all skin irritations. 81....

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

A Lar's. Club Joke. In a Virglisa'forest the bother day, says a New York paper, a very large tree was out down, near the heart of .which was found a lock of hair, or rather two,.intertwined of darker and lighter meshes. By carefully split ing the wood the initials "I. S." and' "1'. P." were discovered, faintly leg ible, in what must have been the bark several hundred years ago. By carefully counting the rings which covered the initials they were found to support the theory that the mystic letters stand for J-o-h-n, or "John Smith" *,ii Pocahontas Plowhatan," whose locks of hair had been in some romantic mood intrusted to the keep ing of the cleft bark. ' hat Would Fix Him. A group of artists in a city were discussing the evil record of a cer tain man of prominence the other day, and various methods of holding him up to obloi;uy were suggested, none of which, however, seemed to meet with general approval. Finally one of them, in a moment of inspira tion, exclaimed. - "I have it; let ...

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 December 1894

THE PROGRESS . F1) 1+:VRY SEATURDAY. i .1. D. 3GOODW1N,U ee.e. -. D. IIIC1. Editor. 1 ý. D. RICKS, .. Edtr eeA In the pomoaffe at Srp t qecnl.i('lSN$e M&11 Meatt. OrttcV: 612 Sprling Street, between Milam 1nl Crockett. fit Bh( 1, P'Il 1l: O.. On Dollar ne ear. ........... et ix Monthlla ...hrt. e Cents gIIl Journa Ca Odde oTaxsb irrsr' Vales glliaUtOT LA., DEC. $, 14. I IIll i i ll .lmte AlliancO Ofra*lf . presidont-Josiah Kleinpeter, Baton Souge. Vice.President-J. G. Copeland, Ay Secretary.Tureasurer-. W. McFar land, Homer. Lecturer-A. Benoit. Monroe. Asistut LecturAr--G. W. Bruce, L'yd. Tsl PIaoGu wishes a merry MR. Obristmas to all its readers. Was Th What will our farmers do in the way of hog and tobacco raisina next In tbi year - Reichlei Of right, the farmers acd laboring appears classes should name the next gover- ago, cor nor of this Btate and he should be a Our q North Lonisianisa. fall?" Midway Farmers Union ahonld re- necessa organize and send delegates to the tor him...

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

Ai NKRUPT SALE In-.... our absent partners,.and for the informatioo of our friends, we have te stock of goods purcbasedlby! u properly reinventiried, ani are now OF. THE JOE D. GLASS STOCK. . announce the follhiwing'resdlts to the public at Inlar,. +, il tolt gII oniso mm. ~of goods consists of Dress gods, silks, velvets, plushes, etc., . $3,842 15 sewing silk . . .. 343 15 Cotton and wool flannels, outing coats, etc. - 1,138 45 Ribbons of all kinds, - - 1,113 30 $28,680 55 Housefurnilhing goods, table linens, towels, Men's furnishing goods, undershirts and . -- I-, bedspr.eads, napkins crashes and lace cur- drawers, white and fancy shirts, flannel tiails - 1,463 40 overshirts, collars and cuffs, hosiery, sus- VW E I(jt1.e c)(t.i id 2,. ., , ,'~ / White goods, Victoria lawns,,Swiss, mulls,' - 814 20 penders and neckties, . - - 2,308 40 for this stock , 11'+L.' / i.s l Ir, 40t Staple goods, cotton checks, domestics, chev. AlMen's cassimere and jeans pants of every Ce 75s on the dol...

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 December 1894

1 HEPROGRE 0, D. HICKS, ~d. and Prop. khrevoport - -. ALASKA finds it necessary to ,employ, only nineteen policemen, the coldncss Truths of of the climate making it impossible to Talmage I sleep while on duty. Christ's M IT is reported that apples are not keeping so well this season as usual, and as a reason given it is said the Talmage t fruit was affected by the last sum- his series mer's drought. through 11 --- the "BIurg l Iv Uncle Sam would go for 'Turkey text: "'1 in Asia as he does for turkey intext: no the United States "the unspeak- halk not, able" would kill fewer Christians dur- their thrt, ing the coming year. are like ur - The life SoNE of the natural crooks who urious anp have been masquerading as expert life tat financiers for the various get-rich- with; Chr quick soioties are again falling into wipth; enc the hands of the right people. They dorm; you are going to jail. reverence . -...  I med and THE czar in celebrating his nupitals, mlmnderd a remitted the taxes of...

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 December 1894

DR; WINCHELL'S R TEETHING SYRUPINTERS Is the best medicine for all diseases I nlcident to children. It regulates the bowel; assists denti tion; cures diarrhea anlll dlysontery in the worst Some Ski forms; cures ;canker sore throat "is a certain pre ventive of lphtheria; Iluicts anid soothes all pain Favorli Invigorates ti ie stoia'r.' and bowels: corrects all Princer acidity; will diire gri~)iing in the bowels and wind Tolir. I)o not fatigue yourself and child with Parlor. sleepless nirhts when It is within your reach to cure your child anl save your own strength. Dr. ,TaqtCe's Germanii1orin Cakes destroy worms & remove thenm from tile system Prepared by Emmwrt Proprietary Co., Chicago III. Sold by L. M. Carter and Whitwortb YOU CAN CURE THAT COUGH WITH R girl car The s Its own lert's Daylight Liver Pills made o A small vegetael pill. Cures Sick IHeadache little 1( Constipation, lDyspepsla. all Billious Ills and in the < Disorders of the Stomnnach Liver and Bowels. in crep ...

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

NO.307 AN TEXAS ST. fti L "2i9 TEXA T S SHR-I:tEVEPOI L THIE BANNER 1 Lot Comforts, worlb $1 25, at 75e 1 Lot Boy's and Men's Suspenders for - 1Oc Gingham, wotih 7e, fur - a ,i- A Hu2 5i Ov(r Shirt fu r -1 1 Lot fine Comifrts, worth 42 50, at - - $1 25 1 Lot Wortsed, worth 20c, for - - d ingham , worth 10(. , for - 7½ a Yd Ha ojiltou- l3rown 4 t(0 Shoe fr -w 10 Pieces Jeans, worth 50c, at - - - 300 Dress Flannels, worth 40c, for - - 2c Indigo blue Calico, wrth 1c, for - a Yd A good quality of Men' S:s. wrt 15 Pieces Jeans, worth 30c, at . - - 15c Fine ass't. of Serge Dress Goods, worth 20c Satteens, worth 121e, at - 7 1-2c a Yd $1 75 at - r 10 Pieces Jeans, (job) at - - - 8c for - -1- - - ---- - l 75 Pairs Blankets, worth $2 25, at - $1 50 Mon's Lace and (later Shoes tor - 10 Pieces Jean s, (job)$15 00, for - - 0 'Also an elegant line of 20 Pairs Blankets, worth $2 00. at - $1 1 Ltdie-' tine Shoes, wrih 2.50, at - Men's fine Suits, worth $12 00, for - - s 'Ladies Trimmed Hats. 30 Pa...

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 December 1894

STHE PROGRESS. VOL. 3. N---OS EL SU DECEMBER 29, . PRICE.5 CENTS VO[,. . NO.HEVEPORT, LA.,, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 189-1. PRICE.,C. ,nL . 3, N O . 48 ' . . . . . . . ...-.. Si : CER TAINJ1S' : DEJ .•. • - - ZISL T L E O T E STORE ` hat 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 smalI amount of cash will buy big lots of goods. LOOK AT THE LEDGE flmnm 1-P + +* * * .-THAT PULVERIZE THE PRICES. A SQUARE DEAL.-. As a matter of actual record of ;11 I he railroad, steambioat and express offi se, shows, beyond any shadow of doubt, that i PXAN ZODIAG has received more goods han any retail house in this city and more Shoes than any three retail houses in this section. OUR IRON-CLAD Bottoms. MY DEAR FELLOW, Whien you talk about Bar ,i'ains 1 in Cloth in6 you miss the mark when you fail to visit BERM aN ZODIAG. I have been there and know . ' Ijust what I arm talking about. S --it . IWIIIEI IIIN IIIIItII I...

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 December 1894

jMf l iu ". I IlI.:c . a I, NlIP e , V .'rr.-a t. 'T. CI.-WVr. I!), Co'y and 'Trt DIRECTOR S. F. M. TICKS, ID. WTytS, W. T. CRAWFORD, F. H. GOSMAN, W. F. CHASID BEkNJ AM IN GRAT'Z of Warren, Jones & GOetz, St. Louis, Mo. THE HICKS COMPANY (LIMITED), HOLESALE GROCERS & COTTON FACTORS, L15 AND 117 TEXAS STREET, SHREVEPORT, La. !.arehouses: Corner SDring and Travis and Travis and Common Streets. IELIAE FIRMS TO DEAL WITH IN NEW ORLEANS LA. Smas.e JACKSON SQUARE CIGA.RIt, Mranfctared b BS. EEINSEEIM 3200. 1 CO. THE MATCHLESS I',T0 JUNIUS HART, ELLA BERRY SOAP, 191 CANAL ST., Cures Skin and Seailp oR0 ANS Best and Chteapest. diseases, Pimples, C'li- Easiest Terms. fOss, tan.orflsivue per _______I Catalogues _ ent Fro, spiration, I'rice, :Ses .. n f. Ca.ag. Buggis, Israe THE ELLA BERRY I. Ur I.icyclos. Baby Carriages, hI SCU-YOU-OAN a ief WALL PAPER. Harmless, beautifylgl popular. 60 ts. a box THE ELLA E.R-RY Matting, Window Shades, Etc, sI MASSAGE CREAM,e Great Wrinkle rerno...

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 December 1894

Thoe Ulevelandm. There is a Cleveland in each of the P states, Alabama, Arkansas,- Florida, offi G;eorgia, Idaho, Illinoid, Indiana, see Kansas, Kentucky, Minnosota, Mis- soc sissippi, Missouri, Montana. Nebraska, ltin Nevada, New Mexico, Nov. York, in I North Carolina, (Ohio, Oregon. Ten- hoc neosee, Texas, Itah, Virginia, Wash- Itri ington, Wrest Virginia and Wisconsin, wit and they are printed in cold type f t without any more distinction for in 'lewvtland, )hio. than is accorded to tak six otlher money order ofliccu of the wo saiame name. Tho ()hio city was thC namud for Moses Cloveland, the ''a in whoPe name was knocked ott to file ac'omlnodate a newspaper with nar row coliurmns. fac tio )t , f I'Pr prt io .hi The man who thinks he knows 1)a says, in the man of average stature, fac the height of thIe body i.s ten times str the Ilength of the face; the face, from its the chin to the hair, is as long as the hand; the arm is four times the lenitth of the face: the sole of the foot...

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 December 1894

TIEW PFOGR.&SS. eums lb-- ti l:t 9ATIJAY ii . c;oV\tl N L Mscr~ C. D . IIICliS" .. .... . · ·... ....r:It ul·. "uzered In the 1'crhto tl'(Ft nr Yllac1vaýo;t n 'Ff1Nclnd(b'l )Ja Ma~i tteT. OyyICF: 813 ppring ylrrt, betweFen MI 1Hm and Cr x ktr - -: ;Rt(:I' I ITI IN ,iat -Ile t'euls, Ona Ttmsr ·..............**.firt tip a ('.D tr TreMonthi..... S eial Journal Caddo Parieh Farmers Unin SHI EVEPORT LA., DEC. 29, 1894. State Alliance (flicl1hlrl. Plresident--J0Fiail IKiot lIlc ti º', TItatcil Rtouge. VicFPiesideft-J. (. (' C.jeland, Ay cock. Secretaiy-TreVtul~et.rJ .V. Mt1"at. land, Himer. Lecturer-A. B*ouoit. Monroe. Assistaft Lecturer-U. W. Bruce Loyd. Q"Charity covers a multitude ofiS ,h sine," love is an exterminator. i Rev. E. M. Murrill, the holinehss lau. e-angelist, will hold services in  lui. Sbhreveport, beginning to-morrow :r"i x:week. ',Timk . --- -------...n I\C Every man, woman and childI IKennt i should read the socialistic doctrine 1 It is as different from anarchis...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 29 December 1894

In Ju' 'To oursltives, to the reqriiremenuts i' the I usuralnce CoLipani(s, at e request I U ~tour absent lrters, l r t inf t i lll Ut our frien ,-, we have tl .l the sh rk ol1 ,,',.Ids p1i'cl o.se,. 'v us 1.')I)(ci'Y rt,'i )Vn t,,ied .n, 1 ore now 1apiiV te THE J OE D. GLASS STOCK. nonec, the ,iliwiin resutis to t l . I, ., ho.. ve i ilit ,, stok s, sills. velvets, plshes, etc., - $3,842 15 sewing silk, -. . . - $28,680 55 $28,680 55 and wool flannel's, outing coats, etc. - 1,138 45 Ribbons of all kinids, - - 1.113 ....... jrnishing goods, table linens, towels, Me.'s furnishing gods, ,inder'irts i --l ---,E-- - /.: : 1treads, napkins crashes and lace cur- drawers, white and fv di't lll:,l S - - - - 1,463 40 overshirts, collars and c:us, hosiery, sus goods, Victoria lawns, Swiss, iiulls, - 814 20 1)eiders and neck(ties, - - - 2,308 / / 40 oods, cotton checks, domestics, chev- len's cassimere and jeails 1ants of every o(,s. <. i//' !/, '/. i /:' .: t( it tpo sheeting, prints, ...

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 December 1894

1 HE PROGRESS Q. D. HICKS, Ed. and Prop. Shreveport, - - - - L TrRKEY has excluded a!l ,mericean newspapers from that country, but that will not materially affect the cir culation of the American newspaper. Is pardoning tihe man who scoffed at his song to Aegir, the kaiser is ccee. tainly going his Russian cousin at least one better in the clemency busi ness. THE supreme court of Massachusetts has decided that marriage is a busi ness, and the girls will be more than ever impressed that young men ought to get down to business. TneRE is a clash on in New York between the living pictures behind the footlights and. timose in the opera boxes, and it isn't expected that Gotham will know what peace is any more this winter. IT has been said that a Scotchman is never so much at home as when he is abroad; but be that as it may, it is very certain that there is no land in which he has been more welcome or in which he has made himself more entirely at home than America. ZOLA, the French sensati...

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