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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 19 January 1895

Li 1 IE--TJPROGRESs.. 3.-`(), .. SIIIREVEPOIRT,: LA., SATURDAY, JANI'.\IA Y IE9, 1('s.. I'ICII'E, .j CENTS Echoe. - Journal of Philadelphia .monthly farm paper of t. It is boiled-down, -on the head every o over 200,000 subscrib from Maine to Wash-, m Michigan to Texas. to farmer's needs it all nited States, and is de raising,the orchard, the en, the poultry, the boys and girls, etc. &sp pages contain as ion in the course of y of the high-priced' ile its earnest, manly,, ht commonsence way matters leave a good iaste in one's mouth n price is 50 cents a to the farmer's locat editorial cola inu. w threatens to kill the 'refusing to appropri sand dollars to pay it. Collection agen Stake the job at a lection it given a Farmer. es the story of a " had crawled under t mother wanted to She could not get him him there until. his d from the city. When 'e he was told of the d to crawl under the h his disobedient son. paralyzed when the d: "Hollow, dad, is she - Ruston Leader. fanny but we...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 19 January 1895

THE PROGRESS! a D. HICKS, Ed. and Prop. --hreveport, - - - i,_-: At"roMATW hanging seems to diffe ed Mal from suicide mainly in that a person Our Pr dies by his own foot and not by hi- Our In own hand. WE might !ook with more compla- WAs cency on some of these exploding boil- ways an ers if they only carried the negligent decided inspectors along when they went up. Wilson' of 1 cer A nDENXriST could probably drive importe home the filling in a tooth at a single export blow from a large hammer, but he protest! does a better job and the job lasts other longer, by using a small hammer and which i repeating the blows. The same pri- ident. ciple holds good in advertising. lead in the arg TnE decision in the case of I)r. vanced Frakcr, a famous insurance case in the di Missouri, leaves the impression that, favorec in spite of the opinion of the insur- Germa ance companies, a man does occasion- foreigr ally die in good faith and not for the sole purpose of defrauding the com panies. WAS e...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 19 January 1895

AN AND I "IOE. vI iRTAINING tIEADING FOR is THE LADIES. y. etn e nd Ink k MtqIeh of ('urre~it T .Tn--Thrater lIoV11 - A ',on- <A 1 t Vtrr p A Small Girl of O No 14. N Tilie MAI ; INI; f .of fancy bodi;ce. l there' is n') eind. The In testC for then- '. ter wetar is ad,rned I with Ilnrrow edg injs of deep yellow I Valenciennes lIne. It is anl odd bodice, t 'll otherwise it woIil - not he noticed. The material of whlichl it is fashioned is olate cy,lred chiffon over a t;, Ieta. dation of t he sane color. "1 rall el of narrlow Va.len'iennels mt' (l are used as the tr rnmuinn. Th'ese the bodiue the effect of ,binI d with lahe. It is worn with a of haly 111blue vE!vet. Another theater bodic is of helioi rncpe and ye striped taffeta with a V-.hnlt'd ,,filled in with frills of Vnlen| Des lace andl otlined by a: narrow of sable. l'he sleeve of the eta has the effect of two puffs di  ain the middle by a jabot of i"ri , ý ('11"';'il S111Filiti hit ill the I, Nortl pinvi 1l""'6 I ( i'ut...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 19 January 1895

TIE PROGRESS. ^:. 1? ct.Uci)\V I N, Lr ,ýý'r'.· rli !(I' Kam ......... J....(. . .dito i·. :_ere~l in Iii i 'cctrltlic · f t ý4hrvvcport it.,. ýIrrr( -aaýMil 36 er '1r'M' r2 Spri, tit, h mt em M ima ' - Six i * ( 'cii 't ciL:Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Jinion SHJEVEPORT LA., JAN. 19, 1895, sxt Alliance OplEitla-l . t 'residenl t t--.Iotiah Kleinputcr, Blaton ,ice-P'rý.il,,nt -.l. G. CopelandI, Ay- 1 ,'-k. ,'ceretay-Treasurer-J. AV. Mcl'at sr ', ]Hower. Lecturert-A. BHeni~,. Monroe. .,assistant Ictu't'er--(;. . W. hucete. S. yd. To The Farmers. Scbscribe for Tin PRO(IESS and Sie will send you the Farm Journal uone year free. And will also send it Saeto any subscriber who will prompt s ;y.pay his subscription. It is de- r voted to stock raising, orchard, dairy, t .garden, poultry, and household.' It c S1 'eopted to farmer's need 3 ub- a ,seri)eor send in your back sub rip- c ,tio4 a once and get this valuab' pa- 1 e free. Wpti will the age of reason. ar 'Lne who loves to di-pute h...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 19 January 1895

THE NOTH LOUISIANA CLOTHING HOUSE, Jordan 4r Booth ARE THE TREADERS IN FEADY-MA4E CGLOTH 1G FOP MIEN A BOUYS. Make a 8-ecialty of GENTS' UNDERWEAR, J Zndle (he flesL maJ SJ Shi7rts. Jr-(t.; (c rnl oexs i t1:/ee HREcEarT, L. 218 Texas Street, SHREVEPORT, LA. COOPER BROTHERS Livery. Sale and Feed STABLES AND MULE PENS, Shreveport Transfer Co. 700, 702, 704, 7 ~ and 708, Texas St., Cor. Louisiana. Our Facilities are unsurpassed for any Business offered in our line. We also have a large lot of Horses and Vehicles that we sell at a Bargain. F. MART'EL, No:. 612 Leve, Street. The- Old'Reliable FOR IRON ROOFING. A big stock ot V Crimp, Corrugat-d and Standing Seam Rooling constantly on hand at lowest mai ket prices. Tin and Sbeet± Iron. Shop prepared for doil.; all kinds of this work. Satisfaction guaranteed. A Plumlbing department in con nDetion:with the above, and is prepared tq do work promptly. A large storlk of Cookfing and Heating Stoves just received. Houst-furnishing Goods, Crocke...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 19 January 1895

"TIE ISLE OF PALMS." cBurgt in t leaves and i valuable and m.1 TALMAQGE TELLS OF HIS on ships the z CEYLON WANDERINGS. dispelled if p' * Of such gre _ Press Sermon from the Text: "The shrub that yc it in Ceylon alps of Tarshlsh First"- -Isaah 60:Ix. that which o: -The Heathen Temples Crumbling nloia is now a efore Christian Light. dences. The houses are b and all othe lHE TAIStIIS11 OF gated there, my text by many Doves calle commentators is sup- among the b posed to be the isi- poetically s and of Ceylon, upon could sing, which the sever th across the rc sermon of the vocables. t ,'Round-the-World" chanting u series lands us. ('ey- heaven ovE Ilon was called by the I grand marel Romans Taprobane. cus dapples John Milton called it outs e r. A "Golden C h ers o- emerald, an n~e'" Moderns have called Ceylon melons, lil "'The Isle of Palms; ' Th Isle of apples, gua Flowers;" "The Pearl Drop on the soappldens, guai 1Brow of India;" ..The Isle of J.ewels;" fastto the v i--Te Island of Sp...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 19 January 1895

The Iutlgarlani Army, The Belian minister of war pro' poses an increase in the army. whicr would be compo-od of 10,,OuOJ men or a war footing. Eighty thousand ol them are to be kept in reserve for the defense of fortresses and 100,00u wouldi form the offensive or army ol campaign. This project is to be sub mitted to the chamber. Patriouticl .Japl. Among the reasons for the almost uninterrupted success of Japan in prosecuting the present war with China is the spirit of generosity and sacrifice exhibted by the people. Voluntary contributions amounting to almost *15.00,0)00 have been re ceived by the government. The Bank of the Nobility, which has given $1.00)J,)00 outright. has also placed $15,000,00, interest free, at the disposal of the authorities. The noblemen and wealthy merchants have been most patriotic, and a num ber of them have co ntributed more than $10,,.'), i each. Public spirit in C('hina with reference to the unfortun .ate conflict presents a melancholy contrast. A )'r...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 19 January 1895

THIE PROGRESS. SHREVEPORT, LA., JAN. 19, 1895. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS Passenger trains reach Shreveport arid de. Dirt as follows: TEXAR AND I'A' il''. No. 51 West .Bound l a',SV . ......... '1.2o a m No, 52 Eastli-ounld leaI'ves ........... ,: o1i In No. 53: West-Bound l')v*' ý..........1 I), 1j. 111 No. 54 East-Bound hlaves............... 5: i a in VI'KSBUR(U,'Si REVFi' 'T A NiD I('A( FIC. EAST OI:o'SN. Q and C. leaves Shrevel,,rt ........:I. : i a m . and I, leaves Vick,.urKg .......... ;:-2l p nl Qand C. leaves Atlanta ..... ....... ::00 p im WEST CiiUNLD. Q. and C. leaves Atlanta...........10:15 a m Q. and C. arrives at AIlanta........ 1.:. Ip in 0. and C. leaves Vickshurg .......... ;:)o p In Q and C. arrives at:Shrevelort........ s '., p I COTTON BRLT--NOI:TI T01' .I. Leaves Shreveport .................... 4: 5 p m Arrive at Lewisville ................. 7:45 p n Leaves Lewisville .................... n:15 p nm Arrives Memphis .................. ':05 am L.eaves Lewisv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 26 January 1895

t iy ; ýYtr 'a * THE PROGRRESS. roi L ( ). 72 y sil 1· IEIN)oI'I2 0 ~I I I)'' .I ANUARY 2. Is¶),. II IK * :º( tiin( Hv stat..1 u'it h t . f' C lit l it j t uw at tr,1al hitrt nota ho fouidil in will nesis 61), "And G(d saw that the hea cke'lmnes of eran wan great in thli. folf rth. and that (very nuagi nation of titn thoiiriht ,f hiis heart was (n ly evil tinnally." 1.' his does niot look like ianri i just ai live e out of sorts anId needs just a lit- thel repairing to make him all right. the ril take it thorough eoonistrue- ;mer of his whole morau l Ibeing to put. Lar right in (god's sight. will he Hebrew word siguiities not only lhav Imagination, 'ut. also the purposest PRI' desires are evil. only evil and lInt tevery day. And yet there are peo ly f ple who often say of the unsaved .Adc they have good hearts, and all 1' y need is to join the church. Alas: ! this is the kind of preaching the it likee.--W'ay of Life. -- C-** -- econtract for the building of a in and one-half story f...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 26 January 1895

THE YPROGRESS Q D. HICKS, Ed. and Prop. Shreveport, - - - - Lm PEOPLE 3s Ire looking for the ad- A pent of tke millennium will take fresh Pa hope when they learn that a bucket- A] shop operator has decided to disgorge. BI THoSE tiresome busybodies who go about explaining everything they V don't understand have discovered that bou women are knock-kneed because they Hen kneel to pray so much. for the JoHN BURNES' ideas about thin coun- olin try are not original. Another English- A man, Lord Cornwallis, entertained Tex them over a hundred years ago until beft he met a sturdy Virginian at, York- the town. gre sea THE experience of China comes too pos late for the present war. She recalled the her students in this country lest they bill should become Americanizes and '1 cease to be good Chinamen. Japan ger let here remain as long as possible. 3 There is a moral in this which even fro Americans might profit by. cal tab THERE is one great reproach to Ge American civilization, and that is t...

Publication Title: Progress, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 26 January 1895

POINTS OF COMPASS. of cc TALMACE PREACHES AT THE it ACADEMY OF MUSIC. le 111 "Ihey Shall Come From the East, and Front the West, and From the North, in and From the South, and Shall Sit? t Down"--Lake 13:29. hi A T R. T:1rAllAd: 's FTRST' srnsmon at the Academy of .Music. New York, \] Sunday was heard by a n great throng. lie wvill v S hereafter pr-each there T e on Sundays. Tihe text S 'of the sermon is printed s in the heading. -The man who wrote thisi was at the time a prac- si ing physieiain; at an- ti other time a talented c painter; at another a time a p o w e r f u o 1r)aicher; at another timiie a reporter-- v atuinspired reporter'. I od bless, and s; 1 mlp. *and inspire all creporters From t their pen drops the health or poison of 1) inations. The namei of this reporter it -ais lucanus; for short he was called ci Luke: and in my t'xt.although stenog- A raphv had not yet been horn, hie re- -s ports verbatim a sermoni of ('hrtst which in one paragraphl bowls the tt round world...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 26 January 1895

ý"; ilýF1,) I.,, -'Y SATIltl>AY. THE' PR0OGRESS. . {IC ..... . - ....... Editor. AI:lit 0 I. ix~eced in tflC 1'usto1' ait Shreveport ' p f1'2 Spring atreet, bet;eeu Mihtun f iTd Crockett. SUBSUEITION: One Dulhar StirF Year. ...... .i re 'nto Eit Month. .... ir ny-ti e Cient ýe MoUlnt-........... Ci !eial Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Union HEVEPORT LA., JAN. 2, 1895.- SHRIEVEPORT LA., JA.N. 26, 1895. s-ile Alliane'P )itticill. e( the rro .llent-.l "iuh KeinulpetLr, iaton at sallt with thi ~~·~ctt~tG·.(. (lopcl-·h""dl AV. : t'I111Nr -retaipTreas.Al - e Veiling HIolnet". 60W1. etturc- " e. i. onro. It isii 1.-.istant L (cturne r-(. ýý . l0mw.r . II,, tit~i To The.Farmers. inai, Srb cribe for TIE 1tneiili ttul will re we'will send you the Farm Journal . aI t ii: one year free. And will also send it, hasty 'reeto any subscriber who will prompt sakel i '1y pay his subscription. It is de- tion to -voted to stock raising, orchard, dairyr, lug t gEaden, poultry, and household. It Prsi p o...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 26 January 1895

THE NOTH LOUISIANA CLOTHING HOUSE, .Jordan' 1n B ooit ARETHE LEADERS IN yE'YE.ý1AEIB [h@THIt F6O M4EN AIjIJ BO'{S. Make a Specialty of GENTS' UNDERWEAR. 218 Texas Street, SHREVEPORT, LA. COOPER BROTHERS Livery. Sale and Feed STABLES AND MULE PENS. Shreveport Transfer Co. 7W. 702, 704, 706 and 708, Texas St.. Cor. Louisiana. Our Facilities are unsurpassed fo r any Business otflered in our line. We also have a large lot of IHorscs and Vehicles that we sell at a Bargain. F. MA RTEL .'o. 612 Lever Street. Thd Old Reliable FOR IRON ROOFING. A big stock ot V Crimp. ('orrigatcd and Standling -amu Ioofiig constantly on tiandI at lowest matrket prices. Tm and She' frnPon. Slot, prepared for doing all kiudsof this work. Satisfaction ,uaranteied. A Plum ring department in con Itretion with tht- ahove. 1and is pIrepared to do work promptIly. A large stock of Cooking and Heating Stoves juLl received. IHouse-furnishini (Goods, Crockery, &C. Telephone 275. SRltEVEPORT, LA. I1. 3. HUNTEiR. W. H...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 26 January 1895

WJN A NS AND, HOME, INTERFESTING GOSSIP FOR FIRE" SIDE READING. How, to Drevr tlhe Little (irls-'!on (.ur~nn galore liUitty Itlen for I'ntlervattr -Ntot e' for the' Ilougri holt. Ill )RENliN'S emit,; ' are grovi' i more andi mor elaboratt. ()II(n of tihe latest tlt'signs is Iktiw n as the "Princess. It is iaidtl of tan olnlor Melton cloth, (111 htangs itt t wo lox i\ l1 ·lc~ pliits front a elariet, velvet ot'k. h'liis yoIki is out linedl iback atrnt front withi I frill of tinatis Slncev( iace, which is fulled over the sholtders to form epaulets. The utletve is a geniert'uiis leg-4 -iuttttn finished with a deep velvet en i'. A no1vel ilen is tot have tix finmy' ;;r l' tti'1 %it ItflItiise claorate coats ,iis pend("d fromt hands of filr instead of ribbonh . TheI' fur is mtoade into anl ad justal:t'e collar, and fronm this co(llar two narriow tbands of fur fortu a chain to which the muft is attached. Ten (:owns OGalore. The ashortiment of tea gowns shlown in the shops is enough to miak...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 26 January 1895

. srtangs fairs. A PitthsbuErzer went to ii, physician a few days ago complaining of a dull ach in his left arm. II, had never, had rheumatism, but thought hid pain must come from that maladly. After dccribing it, the doctor said; **You ride to and from the oflice in a cable car., don't you?'' "Yes.'" .-You seldom get a seat:" "True enough." ' *You have formed the habit of holding to the strap with your left hand?" "Since you men tion it. I know that it is so, though I had not thought of it." "'That is the cause of the pain you feel. For an hour a day, more or less, your left arm is held in an unnatural, upraised position, and it has begun to tell on you. You can relieve the ache with this ointment which I shall give you, but a cure can only be effected by ceasing to support yourself by hang ing to a strap." rs.ra Adam's Fall. A minister in a small country vil lage who was noted for his absent mindedness was once observed to atop excitedly in the midst of his ser mon and heardl to m...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 26 January 1895

THE FROGREASS. SHREVEPORT, LA, JAN. 26 1895. ARRIVAL AN) DEPARTURE OF TRAINS Passenger trainis reach Shreveport ad: de part as followv: TF. '.tC AN.D 1 ' :.. No. 51 West T l:il ": ... a 7it No Y52 East-Bond : a .. p t. No. 5'; 1...estI{,.u i. 1 No. 541 : ,taBou. .. ......... 8 n VICniaBUP.;G f. %F 1 `:' ... 1.1('i: it'. Q alnd. :IRnves 31ree a El~~: A and C. leac p I II Q. and C. .ave AtevletI . 1 l0 :1. ; rn Q.an1 C. arrie At ia k' ... t_,1 p.If 0. and C. leave` Vickbiiu:r . ......... 2 l) Q and C. arrives at8;hrc *rt . 0r(n p i1 COTTON RELT-NIo:7H C0 Ni. Leaves Shreveport........ ......II. i:1 pm Arrive at Ler wisville... .. ............ : Leaves Lewisville...... ...... 8 :15 p m Arrives Memphis.. .... ..... 9:0( am Leaves Lewisville............... .. ):58 pm Arrives Texarwkana.............10:0 p mi SOUTH BOUND. Leaves 3emphis...................... 7:40 pm Arrives Lewisville................... 8:08 a m 'eAives Texarkana.............1... 6:2Oa.m irrives Shreveport.....................

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 1 February 1896

LOUISIANA NEWS NOTES. -- - SR Joeph A. ) ' , 1-4 'Ni i u 112º .E P i . l)Y. I,11 AI S SsREET ,rt, a .\ 1.- ! "h :I w l\' Ir the , 1).1 j , , P In cunnecti ithem a to lioýýs you ate in n ythin i (y liel1 .. _ew of the m any e~t, 8 bn rgai , .- - --- - - _. . .. _ - (',,t l,'la n e 4 12 c. 7 1-2l". 8 1 ,. (,r ,I. . . ....... \. l ,'lannel 1 S5 , 25(',**. per }',, , I lo 1 h.i dle '- l \ ', d (,l 11,, s nt (. r lF (, ir t. . j .A ..-=. -',lr mV ,_lit-, ,_, t º . - - IC'lCi T s alV tv the { tun a itt, HId U order týo nIke O t }, v S P ( . tý re nSarkl\, ltw ,ri'es. T : foliin 1l' In connectin( vtith l vin It1ic 2Cts n1,. -V,2 fo 1i te few of the m~any exta ar I, s. , , . .1 2. r - -- - ; p cs ite Flannel ice, 2`5 , e pir p d. = . 1 Iht Ladies'& ' orst *d G( l' ves I 1 ,rtl pa ir. 2IW eI ,ot lnad ,'s' a dl Ji ,Rs' (nial tlht Il,ýItv 1,t ý.iii. 1 lot worsted dress Goods worth :,C, yle e l e plr yd. -o I l,,t lHitk anIol ies. "2 i 2ý a card. I lot nworsted dress goods worth , now ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 1 February 1896

D. HICKS, Publisher. ORT,- LOUISIANA. unriveiX nas behaved himselfV'ue bly well during his stay in this Axe Boot H------ His a Is ablaze with prepatratio,: It mray be necl( siary to U!::r e on ('aina la. jail deliveries in New Yeo:k an I ille entributt to a :trong; argu t against thrf amateur j:hil,,s. St. Louis is at good town in a :'; at anly res;'pt ?, hbut it makes a se 'rio, istake w.v:hn it boasts: of its climrat«'. Young men of 70, who have retiredl toni any interest in life's a.tivitie:, ing. hould take a lesson from Gladstone at n:er 6. :t li Every time you speak evil of the ibit sent, you injure your own character tiat ore than you damage the reputaLion I 1nun him you deride. with The Sultan of Turkey may he a bhrtu- I 1 monarch, but he seems to be over- c lly me with an unspeakahl ý zeal to popu- w.re e the celestial regions. in th The new woman should hear in mind with is year that the defendant in a breachp promise case occupies a very unen- ani e and unprofitable posi...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 1 February 1896

COOPER BROS., Livery, Sale ald Fud STABLES AND MULE PENS. Shreveport Transfer Co., 700, 702. 704 706 and 703 Texas St., Cor. LouiHiua. Our Facilities are Unsurpassed for any Business offered in our Line. We also have a large Lot of Horses and Vehicles that we Sell at a liBagain. Shrcveport'Cs I)ruig'it. LEON M. CARTER -DE:ALEI: IN Pure Drugs, Mediciles, -Makes a Specialty of GAR:2DEN SEEDED which aro warranted to be always fro,;Ih. PRESCRIPTIONS CAPREFULLY PREPARED. Corner Texas and Spring Streets, - - Shreveport, La. J. S. HUNTER W. II. IIUNTER, JB --COMMISSION MERCHIANTll AD DEALERl I-z Groceries, Western Producer Bknig, Tia ~e Plati k Sli SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO CASH ORDERS. NOS. 606 & 608 LEVEE STREET, SHREVEPORT, LA. --- _ "L1 S. G. REYFUS O., I -W\iolesalo Dealc:s In Dp5 GQCOODS, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Corner Spring and Crockett Streets. Prom,~ Attention Paid to Country Orders HERMAN LOEB, CO ONI BROKER, ALSO DIALER SBies, f1, Beeswax, Tallow, Fur, Etc. 700. , 7 0. 70406 C...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 1 February 1896

THE PROGRESS. IUBLISHEI) EVElt H8A'Tl' I )AY BY HICKS BROS. (J D. IlIC~KS ....... .....Editor. Entered in the PI'otost''i alt sMreveport ia Second-(ia&rs Mall Matter. OrrfIC: 612 Spring Street, btw'eu Milain d Crockett. SUB,jRIPT'ION : One Y a . ..... ............ ..O O e DVt ollar 8j Months . ............... .Sixty-tlve Cents T ree Month .. h........ ."'l'hrty-live Cents Oacial Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Union SHREVEPORT LA.. FEBRUARY 1, 1896 ANNOUNCEMENTS. F lOR MA'Y()" W t"( at-1" allIt rir;s 1 to sr t u' tll"' ' I l u.. 1:. T. V II'i a, i an til stI fit · rc c"It~ i t ii I ~ Ii a ii NI aI i r tIIi &. ti ,. ii i - I- i i i iý j /i r i ', i llt I() il ii I Il. .'. YI c ll r :ita at s ut) I lI itt fill' llaculi,'("t t t lnllirt"tti rt I,% 1 It11. 1 I I'.",1n"("tfi ly III IIIIIIIý'' lýUt ll; l I lI1: Ildila; 1U1 Mayor. Cat ANI11;;11 t 'I' If I,1' \\" a* e al jIWI i$d to annLIatO %1a~jm 10aiul 1mowiothal a4 a candlidlate too member of City ('mulsuil fros Wardti One 'sub...

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