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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 August 1892

TH-E PFMU M S IN Our Main Mission: The Upbuilding of Shreveport and North Louisiana. LSHREVEPORT, LA.. SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1892. NO. 28. nn I .. . '....nr.-- m . . ,. nl L; nha : nw Ia. nnIttnUInINIUIHmRU C.RATZEURC, s DENTIST, . 31$ Te" trt, Ov.r _ 364. a nsmus J :Wui rcquire too much spaoe to give a separate advermtement to each Pre. waer to Canvaseers and Subscerslbrs. We have however. given space to i 1Pe!tures, cuts and desrrptions of which will he found iun our adver gusmnas. Followpn is a list of orur PAEMIUM OFFERS as a whle, which wi be made for a limited period: -.A. T 'T Oý'- b hbscrlher (under coad uine in advertuamemnt), receives I6Ule Vliting Cards. Progrss year. and the cards, 01.i. m-hcbrlhers (according to con mentioned in ad.) gets 1N0 Viiti~ng Cads. Preoress for ,ear. and the cards. 61.76. Subsoribers Lets a lady's SWork-Box, sle aiT Inches. Oiuished. Pigrve for one year, SWork-Box, M.a subscribers aets 2 Spalding's astmballs and 2 good Baseball oys. you ea ge...

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 August 1892

SDIA IONDS. .. W.tlil :ý Co7;A! ~y; OI yoI a alwful th!u'g to do. aTftet all' Sr:, r,1. ;after a ~tng lolspection .1{ up ;.:t Kate. .i. v,,: ready?" was all her answer "s," Si l 1. shamted by Lcr resuol *"L[ !:in comen." . : d the little rid;,. an::dl ., ad .,t r r:lt , ful lit ure ,i l:,,,, :i cd I e,' 11:e cotifs of lly _le t,'4 -und "i: , : ,v rat a 'rt,- tay ch '-. . ::r!",  cle . i a clh:', p'c ' t oM ,. "brin. the ha .k1': h-re. itI I: '. Ve t-lan to take oar lunch.U- 1 rt:.a ad,1 standin', t'.a-re, with her I ,w:':1.i 1.. FroIill 'y lo-vcr p,, si co Il. not s-e vwhlither blur!: w,' S 1: I," 1 ·" ." i un In ,:ns wi.l a;ltl'ra: , . i,: --inc, it would Ie his last u, :it-," of i nyig her ,r.'lers, 1 w\ .s t t to Ilt th c ike his tilme. By and I 'll,:.,.l, with the basket o:n his i " d: clnd ,' the ledge, and Katie " ,. hia,.n with her eves on me. I it h.down there, near the edge of c : ot quite so near, plhase. Now ti id of hin ?" I a.;t wordswerespoken in a sharp, i toue. and...

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 August 1892

SAGE CHEESE. Iee 3iuNi i ni I':tItctr. but Make the 3111k 1lto4 Chlie'lr. cheews t , i's I ,t Ilit(.li ohl, moldy It mtean;i sgt' cheese, rich, il;:e that llas I i ,'n tl; :,orol wit h greein, * hers. w:hih 1i:ake it 1ltch pslatabl'e. M:tke the surplus milk se now. while butter is low in and try .vialr hI;:d at s;lge heltee. Benry Stewart ;ities in his bo(ok as for lmaklllg it as f.lli4ows: che,'se is anotlher kind th :tt may - in a silall dairy. This it al..., c t g.e1en (hi( ,",s. For a i c'ht, C ,f pounds two large ihatlllls . of lage a1d1 half us lmulch pllrs.lo, ,(arigold h ,vs; are lbrii,,ei l sld1 itn over ni.ghl:t in i polrtion of nI'iV SThe c.,lrd1 milk is adidlte1 to rd of the milk to Il; crlr,1tl. and r the rest of the mlilk are curdled ly. The (lirlis are drained. I and broken in the usual illanm;er a Cheddar s.steln :inl the cl'red i then mlixt.d, either e:enly or in shapes andi devi.oCS, with the card as it i-: l.ace( il tL, hoop. Sl ingenuity is soln(etimles ex...

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 August 1892

THE PROGRESS. PLBLISHED EVERY RATURDAY BY Hicks & Williams. L.ntcred in the P'ostotlice aet Khreveport as ecoud-Cli· s Mail Matter. ti OrrFCsr 612 sl,riig Street, between Milam m :,ud Crokett. a SUSiCRIPI'TION : One Year....... " .. .... .......... One Dollar. i Mouths .............. Sixty-ive ents. a " ire Moutuhs'....':.......... Tiairty.tive Ceuta. --- -------- II C. D. HICKS, - - EDITOR. n G. G. WILLIAMS, - - MANAGER. ---" -- ti LOCAL ITMS i. What about those city bonds that ti were to be issued and floated? a Mr. L. Parker always keeps on band a fine lot of cigars, frmts, can dlies, soda water, etc. Next door to s ,pera house. Mr. V. V. Daniels is agent for THE PROOBEss and is authorized to solicit subscriptions, advertisements and job work for us. li WVANTED. 1000 live pigeons. Address 8. J. Edrs, Shreveport, La. i We were promised that the city indebtedness should be funded. Whose fault is it that it has not been done _ ____ Mr. B. IL Allen is Tas Paoonass' agent at Red ...

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 August 1892

Additional Local. MADAM RUMOR SAYS : That the Sunday law violators A were unnusually quiet4ast Sunday. li That District Attorney Land will s be given an excellent opportnuity to p test his declaration that he will prose- cute the Sunday law violating saloon t gang. e That the General Mlilam saloon is i4 number-id among the tranagressors it and violators of the Sunday law. 11 That a few affidavits made against d certain parties by the district attor- p ney himself would have a very salu- b tary effect. u That a little examination into the v hours kept by the vidangeurcartmen, I would be very satisfactory to early l risers on frequent occasions. a HAitMONlY PIIOBAbILE. It is probable that the dual Demo- f cratic executive committees of this t parish will harmonize and that a sat- I irfactory adjustment of their differ- t enoes wdl be agreed upon. A meet iog of the advisory committeesof five from each ward was held Thursday t and yesterday, and a plan adopted by i them which will be su...

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 August 1892

PRaSERVATION OF EGGS. t (Co mini l gof terc'hnnIi t', ?" "l I( .thbou t1 her 'op1:.'a r Il l.". t':," ,1. The limra (` , a ati.,i ; tI. I .. , poi ,uair .,Ia " of lre- :v " . .. ":" ]:r.r. inarati:tiei ara t . I,: a. i '1' i :: ' i: . It ria .:,t "t 1 1.. i.',rv r,. that : t'; ;g': art, Vv ii- maa s gsionl aw 1 f'1-h a -. t i a ', lih .'- i'r" ia ;mk ', 1u:pm:,.> v" :'Vt :, l1. ,;,vi I,.I t;,,. S not 1,,i(d. ',, ('7 :i rd . a - ;,Ti'' 711 !i!.*, :w , 1 . v. In repiy t, i ::r . ' , .:..ai { , , :iv -:I in f Ta'll tire ' ... of .. :,, an ",',` n l t '.u tLi . : kl, . . ... T" at" ka , a v .s r .- ' In ta I :'. a ( i;in s%:!t .: ' i r' V : ." r . . f,,llinti:g hr,,i'ort:, : T ,o ,.:...: , if , , i:zty gala ,l, f wt;litr :I.l Ir i.,l ' 1 ,f li ir. Tha .i:'ati;.r ( ' the ] .' ;t r ann l frir from ,:'al .l L::a a st 1::, i... 'ar. t:lke t h; li rair a 1 a : rlt 4,f '' l w iater" ;:al tle :a ,:ai t e I La!:.:', a .,f t:; wi":at'"r 1:1141 salt. H:ir well tr, , or f,, rimi, :at ilnt...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 August 1892

pWE i. cOF THILE LOBBY tI IIl NIOW AN IMI'O"T.TANT BILL WA3 PU3HED THROUGH CONGRESS. i" pewrt (ra(. ll a('n rnu: r.ntir Tiny Lt.i 1, yllleg ut ion tiIei S 1 .i, 1 i triil rly iti n*;nr. p le(Ditrr~ nnh ''('ln~l'l o ..ln. rin dfa .1.1 rlf- lei g r Iher * () 'h ( Isa r P n, tnelolll n i irFe. ahn fs ,ir,' (Hir . II -n rruis- I Ir l . ,,. 1 ý -rl1ll1. 1' ; l , ",.. \\1r I". '. 1t ~.' " ll ti h 1 t 1 i'i' . I if t i li ifty -i in t ,g ,,i r ' . I .r l ,it' f .ir tin · tt-, tryl, . -'r, i. i,, n l i'.-tiy I It i ' ,' ' t i: tt t't'i m: i t1 i t1i It tai bnO is "' "it l I I, Ip r'lI. IIl ' ,rll I re R,1 airy 1', ,  :i, . li th..v!'lr 1 º''l| eh *. 1 t wolhll 1', to t I.-,l I ' ,:t i n t, foot I .honlilt torbllu'imlt Iill ' it i :lttll t iti'itnlll li inht.. - bet. I'mr rt it:, ' ni" i'n i o litrec illitit. ir ti' lt r if ,it i tl'i' ll " 'i" t'i , Itirnln . I I' Il athim , th , r ii !" i , < to i nl i-, l t ,I It, r tl lli i '' ,r . t h ir W li lishnIs . hr-'l brttlie 1.i' no 1l...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 August 1892

_- . I THE PROGRESS. THE TICKETS. I).c..nn'rtt 1r. For IP'ro *..,ht. G.ti's: ('IF A1I.  , o' New York. For Vt'I,..reprtldet. A JIr. I E. $TFV.YPre.-, of llinoi.s. rrolthltlle n. For I'rerslenl. Jonl hal A .LtI., of qstllfornli. Fur V ee Presldrnt. IlK. J. II. CIA.FII.I., of Texas. l'nplel M lParty. For l'rPident, JAFM4r I. WFAVl:.. W.Av S.of Iows. For icre. Prras, IPlet, JAutsa t. FurII :'. of Vlrinhts. IR..1,iultlrfln. Fo'r President. e I'AmalJ iIa no , of I i o.nd iana. For Viter- Prresident. WiiSo I.AW irte. of New York 'Olt (e ONGiIEI 4. W' Se ar allitosdZt to SannflOhntil' the fly(.. NE T'rN '. JLA,('IIARI)n ad l.nudiahte for ri,..el-rIlo to nthe fild ('ong leI, from Ithe. osr Ih I)isafil., subject to hoseiittil eto ,y 11` IN)ewgntol ie party. ANOTHER VOICE RAISED AGAINST THE WATERWORKS. For several months Tns Psoonais hap, at differest times, been calling the attention of the City Council to the inefllicient service which our Waterworks Company was render inr. and in the ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 August 1892

K - PROGRESS Our Main Mission: The Upbuilding of Shreveport and North Louisiana. VOL. I. SHREVEPORT, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1892. NO. 20. • |a 9,.u m •u • . . . n •• M • . .u . DR. C. RATZBURC, I DENTIST, S3.IS1 Toeas ULet, over L iNNmLUmiiu Our PREMIUM OFFERS. It would require too much space to give a separate advertisement to each Pro -m we oer to Qanv isers and Subsorlbers. We have, however. Riven speae to s pecial Features. cuts sand dteriptions of whihb will be found la our adver tig colums. Following is a list of our PREMIUM OFFERB a a whole, which eis wil be made for a limited period: s ,irberlber (wnder eondgokmg "memllam.4 Ia advemrtasst). recehes 4 " N sIt Vistin (aard. Pro~rea 1o sr ear. amd the card., 01.3L TM W assulben (s(aordimp to con dilemm moutlomed in ad.) art. 1S U ylk Vhetlm Cvld Plerea fo es . jye, and the cards. @1.76. !55U Subrbao ribs ee a Lady's Plmkt Wash-3m dm ItMa? bbe ulmv brbemldbm. Parem 1w e year, . mmdo wmw-s-au, S ue 13 Suhasulbsr aes 2 Ifpaldim...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 August 1892

SISTEIR MIART11A. By AUGUSTA LARNED. .A'dpyright. I-. by American ress Aeocla tion.! CHAP'kTER L In a moment Sister Martha uwas i the The station hack stopped at Miss May bow's dnor, thereby canuing a state of lutter and agitation in the breast of .Mis Mayhew truly pathetic to coutenm plate. The Idesof company was always present to this lonely lady as a swoot, &eympathetle longing, but the reality brought with it nndisgniuel dismay. Now she clasped her pale, chilly An gors together and leaned forward in her invalid chair, craning her neck from be hind the curtain, as a small, black, shiny trunk was taken off from the back of the carriage, and a short, stout wom an in gray traveling dress, with a large straw hat tied down over her ears, mak ing a rather aggressive poke in tront, stepped briskly out of the carriage and pointing her parasol with a businelike air directed the driver to take in her lg gags. Miss Mayhew gave a faint groan as she fell back among her cushions with an ai...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 August 1892

I[. AND MRS. BOWSER THE HEAD OF THE FAMILY GETS A LAWN MOWER. but Somehow It Doesn't Work as Well as He Ezpeeted-He Lays It on Mrs. Dowser, as Usual. and Talks of Sepa 1Coopyright, 183 by Charles B. Lewis.1 )"Did that lawn mower come up this -ttetinoon?" asked Mr. Bowser, as he cale beoe as hour ahead of time the other evening. ',Wm that a lawn rpower?"queried Mrs. loWseer in reply. "Whatonearth possessed Sd to bty such a thing?" "For two very good reasons, Mrs. Bow ser. I propose to save about fifteen dollars eaoi mowing thIs summer, and I want the dercle. I could have got a health 3mK'utlI thought I woeld combine busd ees'with pleasure. Always kill two birds with ope stone when chanoe offers. I'll work up a muscle in a couple of weeks to astonish you. The doctor says It's exactly what I need." "But I wish you hadn't bought It." "That's you to a dot! Always In opposi tida to everything I dot That's why we take so much comfort as a familyl The * egy thing you wouldn't oppose is my d...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 August 1892

THE PROGRESS. 'L'BIUSED EVERY SATURDAY BY Hias. a William.. ., ------ - _ - ----- V itered In the Postomce at Shreveport as Second.Clss Mail Matter. OrvlcK: 612 Spring Stseet, between Milan : Ad Crockett SUBscRIPTION: .tne Tear .................... .One Dollar. :-. .Mou bs . .... .... .... ... Sixty-eve tnts.6 t 1 rce Months................Thirty-ve ents. C. D. HICKS, - - Earrom. G. G. WILLIAMS, - - - MANAER. LOCAL I!1¶MS. BOOHEi'S BILL OF FARE. Sour Krout and Codfsh. Pearl Barley ad Split'Pess. New full Cream Cheese. New Evaporated Apples. New Navy Beas. El Paso Grapes. New Macaroni and Vermaielli Fresh Roasted Coffee. Miss Mollie Newsman, of Marshall, iy in the city, and is the guest of Mrs. iaemliae. WANT". 1000 live pigeons. Address B. J. Enders, Shreveport, Ia. DKNrIIITaY. Dr. Win. P. Terry, late of Blti iaore Md.. ad regular g e of -e BaltimoweOollege of Ntal Stur ery, has nentylocated at Dr. iawley's old stand and smosiated' jims d with Dr. U. Martin as a -,artner. Drs. Mat...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 August 1892

Additional Local. MADAM RUMOR SAYS : That the latch key and back en trance busines is becoming very T popular with the Sunday law viola-i ting dram shops, especially with the Ji Miremak saloon. as That the fact that a man gains ad- re amisiq to a saloon by meas of a wil ldh key at the back entrance andg buys his whisky and cigars there, it m does not rake the proprietor unamen- me aoe to the law. to That District Attorney Land must em either ightorbe dictated toby the n Sunday law violating tippling shop ] propretors, and he had better get in mi his work by striking the first blow. b That the Branch saloon will sell sk bear o Sunday to any one who asks o ~r it, provided he will boy also tn e ent sandwich. d0 That the Two Brothers is violating on thLe daylaw in the sale of beer ow with lnehs, and is aware of the th, eriminality of the oourrence. Tha the General Milam saloon w has Joined the crowd of Sunday law be violators, under the hypooratial plan o0 of selling it with lunches. an...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 August 1892

BROWN LECHORNS. How to Obtain the Mont Profitable Se turns from This Popular Variety. Numberea with other popula;r varieties of poultry is the Brown Leghorn. This sprightly bird is to be found everywhere -in the farm poultry yard, in the back r 1 1.. I PAIR OF BROWN LEOIIORNS. yard of tho city resident. and holding a conspicuous place among the favorites of the fancier. Such a wide distribution betokens solid merit, for while the fan cicr care3 particularly for form and feather, the farmer, the farmer's wife and the city housewife want eggs and fesh. The Leghorn will give as many of the former as one could reasonably ask a hen to give, although individual specimens will not furnish as great an amount of flesh as individuals of somv other breed. As for beauty, it is diffi cult to find birds of more pleasing color or graceful form. It is not generally known that Brown Leghorns can be bred to quite a large size, writes Webb Donnell, a Massachusetts poultryman, in The Country Gentleman ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 August 1892

INSOMNIA. rhlere i DIMt Whlch Causew lsdigestle and insult i. La. of Sleep. As is well known, any disturbanceot the digestive organs affects the amount of re freshment which lreep ought to afford. The Blloton Melical Journal notes as fol lows some cause. whi:-h ultimately pr6o daee insomni:a thron;,h indivestion: Pirst, errors are mIna nas to the quantity of food taken. An ,ex,. causes an ear iheallment to the Eli' .tive orgalm: de compnosition and lnat.lt'ic" et in under un molested mir-l,ir rnl.. Pultrtd and more or less toxic p.n.-. and ptomaines are gems erated, and a bilious condition supervene.. That insomnia should attend such a state orthings is not surprising. The remedy ahr this is to reduce the daily rations to the physiological standard. The necessity of eating slowly and deliberately is ap parent, as rapid enters .re more than like ly to overeat. Second. poor food may en gender insomni: by inducing anmmia or tarvation of the vital organs. It oannot be too much insist...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 August 1892

THE PROGRESS. THE TICKETS. Iauorrat lr. For President. Go'ven CI.arr l.AND. of New York. For VircvPresident. A t.AI E. ST strW seO., of 1lliaois. i'rohlbltton. For Prsldent. Jntl" BI1Dot.L. of c(alifomta. For Vlce-PresidentL DR. J. B. UAr'.IU.. of Texas. People' Party. For President. JAlIS B WRAAVm . Tlowa Vor Vlce-Presidelt J A it O FIRU.D. of Virgitsa. Reptablhlin. For President. rr.T.A'tN- lA 1InAarn ., of Indiana. For VIce-President WntrlAW RaD. of New York . FOR ('ONOtEUN . VWe, are ,Holhorlnd to smnnoune the IIO(N. NEWTON (*. BLAN('HARDas A *nldidAlitI f-r re.ekcttion to the10 i Cong riesn. f(ol1 tIhe Fourih Dretet., subject to om()Ouilatiinl 4 by the Democratic larty. WE MUST CALL A HALT. In a abort time the voters of Caddo parish will be sailed on to select a new executive committee, and there is just a trifle of speculation going on to determine what cla's of men will hr chosen. It has been frequently i*LiJ,. and very generally believedthat t l, conduct of children always...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 August 1892

TIE FICGE SPS Our Main Mission: The Upbuilding of Shreveport and North Louisiana. VOL. I. SHREVEPORT, LA.. SATURDAY, AUGUST 27,.1892. NO. 30. IUWrnWU~uwag'm,', 'DR.C. RATZBURC, a LDENTIST. 3o. 513 Texs Street, Owot r inmunnmnrmumminunmil Our PREMIUM OFFERS. It would require too much space to give a separate advertisement to each Pre ~irm we offer to Canvaserrs and Subscribers. We have, however, given space to same Speolal Features. cuts and descriptions of which will be found ~in our adver tinag columns. Following is a list, of our PREMIUM OFFERS as a wh,le, which eem will be made for a limited period: _----.A. CL-C7" O t--- 0SI Subscriber (under cond tions arettined in advertisement), receives a .Sylish Visiting Cards. Pro.ress Smor oem year. and the cards, 81.5. TWO Subse&lbers (according to con dltips mentioned in ad.) gets 100 UtyIfh Visiting Ca' ds. Progress for am year. and the cards. 01.75. TtEUR Subscribers gets a Lady's Plumb Work-Box. size 10x7 Inches. Suely flusahed....

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 August 1892

SISTER _IIRTHA. By AUGUSTA LARED. jopyright, 180. by American Pre-s Associa tion.1 CHAPTER IL 1T "Snppose I was to give a tea partyf" Ann Baskett remarked to Miss May. .ww that Sister Martha had gone off '"turribly in her looks, and was as yaller complected as a lemon." Mrs. Whitcumb intimated that her nights were bad. She was suffering from a new fangled disease called "in samnny." The Bath farm was a lonely 1 place, with no very near neighbors, nud she had come away for change of scene and to we something of life. As it turned out, not many people called on Mrs. Whitcumb, and no one for the first day or two except Miss Forbes, a weedy woman, who wore a deprecating set smile that looked as if It had been painted on. Miss Forbes was on the church social committee, and it was part of her duty to visit strangers. Ann showed her into the dining room I and opened the inside wooden shutters jtLit a crack to let in a thin stream of daylight. Miss Forbes' call was not 1 very exhilarating, ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 August 1892

BEEF CREEDS. Ieat Makin q(ualit leIr. Different I:reedi of Cattle. We present this week to our readers who are interestetd iii c:ittl: Ir., edig n1 1 assortment of the vatrious tvyl, of beef i steers. 8,rnee of then ar'e ;i,rtriits of steers that took prizes at fat cattle shiws. ,ýl ,/t " ,, ,1 ' I' :",e' , FIG. I--DEVON PIIZE WINNER. No. I is a lantiful Devon steer thnt took first prize at the Smuithflellh (Eng.) Fat Stock show. Conipare his poilti now with those of No. 2. IGo. u-PRIZE SHOP.THORN STEER No. 2 is a splendid Shorthorn that took the sweepstlketi prize for the model beef smlmal at the Chicago Fat Stock show. asD. fl--2ER HOLSTEZI-FRISIA STEEL No s also took a prize as a beef steer di the Holstein-Friesian breed at the uigmgo Fat 8tock show. The Hoisteins msa two strains, beef and dairy, the, illers being distinctly mnarked .a' :eaummolssa . The animal in the picture 1asents the beef breed. Iw. W-aEUWOE rwrx. S4m to t a prIs whiaer, but Jst ea sI conditioneSd steer is...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 August 1892

THE- PROGRESS. l' B[ISIIEI) EVIE.P.Y SATUIIRDAY BY I Hicks & Williams. :tet ,, t. C 'olt~ fir" nt .hrcveport as t)IFiiI'I: li12 Sring ,tlt'rt, between .1ilsm . ,J (i uucett. ,;lc Year. ...... ........ ...........iOne Doll.r. -.. ?;thr ................ . . i lxty-live tet tl. 'l h ree ?;o!l:h'. ............ ...Thirty-tive Ceits. C. D. Hi XS. - - - EDITOR. t. G. WI.LA13, - - - MANAGER. 8 L3 AL IZM ". 1 ti ('al! on tr Telephone \\. L. Biar ,,n ca Co., 523:: and 52 Louisiaja street, P fir i'ii.ncil Groceries autl Country Produce. Tue cheapent house W in the city. eri'. Bilrd ( angek Worth $1.(00, go at 75`. The Fair. See notice elsewhere in local col- hr 'iranu of a fine bargaitn in a family yc re-idence, in this i.nes. Dr. Win. P. Terry, late of Balti an ::ore, Md.. and a regular gradauite of I a. Baltimore Collhege of Dental Snr- an eery, has permanently h~ated at Dr. an Hl aw:ly's old t-t ad and associated ilnmself with Dr. C. C. Martin as a io; aitnaer. Drs. Martin and Terry's...

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