ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Progress, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 3,136 items from Progress, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
3,136 results
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 August 1892

NEW CEMETERY GROUNDS rnd That Mojority Report. At the last regular meeting i f the ity Council, held on the 11th irt., 0ees. A. S. TooJmbs anl, SIa !:,ini amin. from the committo, of thrie  ppointed at a l,revions liietiIg ti, ake inquiries for suitalho gr)urlds or a new cemetery site, rc)wolu'e,:ldi at the eity purchase for the p,'lr e 60 acres of land '-north of the 'atholic cemetery and Mrs, Fetzer, t of the Fair grounds and Belt t ine railway, within 200 yards and ing parallel with the latter," from . A. Currie. at a cost of $15,000, ying that .Mr. Currie would take int wment for ý3,0(N) of this amount t "City Park" grounL. It is passing strange how some men good business qurdities and mron attainments, with an average dig- o when the occasion requires it, , joke about matters which should t treated with great seriousness, for t' y Messrs. Toombs and ien in molt have been in a vary , mood, with their risibles to lowing and effervescing freely I en they made that recommenda n. ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 August 1892

THE IACW\VCED. 5l.w ' hv s 'h.e.ii.t,.,l t Nl Trilbln-V " er, s I'tI .: I'y I,1: I f th u lll y I r:dIl 'lIntd. I. '; " i' . li:. i " l i f :i'. l .Il. t .il.. i 1! 1; :fr I.n -, 'f t!.." 1;" "l:f 2 211f t j i, tit I'f 1 i " I : IrIy ll t rit, ine I f If '2. 1 1 f -tri l r:i . t f f ; V!: ; f:;. it ; fr i1 i+ ti :: Ih t .ii'; T i l:, n :.1 in 1. t i 1 1. It r f.. i: t l-, li. '1:'i lllt r i1l:1 tlh ,  '\c', " .... 've ,,wl it;l-y. Not 1 (,u' : t'i t 1' f : in l l I rE .I "lr n rfi:l:i,,fl fr'f t the 1i i1y ni l v f'r ,"r1 thi , , i , !!:i! • * Itfillt El, I:\-,, l , f:i i ll, I l, .ilf Ill; ' tian Illthe rl;t::w. , . 1 I'1. thIleir . irf r (: Erenc " :1 i n ", o :1':.,E iilt tf I te f . f t 'e,' : t ' " ff ,t f1. it ffl r 1':::"nt" t" it:' e t !. . . y: " , l I lf':2 1 11r:it in d Ctffo f f-f I t . i fi;lf hlt ho ft:f :'lp l, 212 ii F. , f :f Ti" ii l Ihi t Il ffr'.lI, I t i f(r I: : .n I ::t WIn '.f II I Ir tit. :It. Cfý 1 2r1 lffT. 1,-'( 12. 1 e 1 , s I f f" .r ll Ililli...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 August 1892

A PRECARIOUS STRUCTURE. det for Its Rta)llity on the Oberv- d asme of Certilu Sciestiae Prlariples. t Take six keys in descendihg gradlations lis. For facility of reference we will -Il them (commencina with the largest) 3, 8, 4, 4, f5 nd i. rest.rQtively. Place ANo. and 2 with their hitts restinl on the ta * and pass the how oI f No. 2 through that + No. 1, as how n inl the flgnre. The two will mtake a tolerally obtuse angle, Sby presing d(ownwalrd with the hand their bows it may Is, ascertained that I are solidly interlockesl. and that nel - t them is likely to slip on the table 1-. Ij TUis OTTLE AND TilE rETS. fhese two keys serve as a foundation for rest. You now pass the bitt of No. 8 It the bow of No. 2, and then, in nm, the bitts of Nos. 4, 5 and 6 gih the bows of Nos. 3, 4 and 5, mean -- aking sure, by looking down on from above, that they are all in the vertical plane. If the successive in logs of the bitts within the bows bees properly made, which you will a bya gentle pr...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 August 1892

THE- PROGRESS. THE TICKETS. ID)emocratic. For President. Gadvas CI.EVELAND. of New York. For Vire-President. ADLAI E. STEVYESON, of Illinoi. Prohibition. For President, Jolix BIDWELL, of California. For Vice-President. DI n. B. t. N1.FI1LL, of Texas. People's Party. For P'reident, JAxME B. WF.vraa. of Iowa. For Vice-President, JAMES i. FIEL:D. of Virginia. IRepui.ican. For President. DENJANIIN IIAkKIS., of Indiana. For Vire-President. WIIITSL.tW i:iaU of New York • FOR ('ONGIRESS. Wears allthi,,llZd to annotlnce the ( lION. NEtT)tN ('. BLAN('HARD as .a t.andidate for re-elretion to the 5ai ('ong r rps, from th11 Four hi District., suhject to 0tominatioin tiy the 1)emocratic pally. CONTROL OF THE WATERS. To the Mississippi and Red River valleys no question is of more im- t portance than the control of the water, which seek an outlet through these courses every Spring. With the closing of each Winter comes to a the dwellers in these valleys dread 1 portendiDgs of grave disasters from...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 September 1892

THE PROGRESS. Our Main Mission: The Upbuilding of Shreveport and North Louisiana. VOL. I. SHREVEPORT, LA.. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1892. NO. 31. DR. F . RATI.URC, DENTIST. N. 8 T.Ss IStreet, Over ý edeshlmer's Our PREMIUM OFFERS. It would require too much spaoe to give a separate advertisement to esoh Pre lau we olfer to Cnvassers and Subscrlbers. We have, however. Riven space to sme Upeell ratares, cuts and desoriptions of whihob will be found jin our adver ' da eamns. Following is a list of our PREMIUM OFFB 8 as a whole, which ejres will be made fer a limited period: AS Subsorlber (under .ond'tlons * V asilemed to advertaement), reeieves N Myutm VbltlsW Cards. Progress fur sm year, sd thn cards, L8S.a TW Samserlbers (aoeording to con d1itles nmemloed is ad.) gets 1O atis Vis silg Cards. Progras for e06w, serd thq 04nd. *170. * W ~SAmilairs1 gaga Tady's Plu Wert.Ule, lse lti? inches. al dMtt . Progres for one year ib.k W. ktaOs, 0el0. 41 iubtl dribers m Z Spalding's mewr Da MI. an...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 September 1892

PRICKLY COMFREY. An lutem dr Dadrmna. Who rinds I isn mses Crup for Cows. The ares required for June pasture had been the weak point in intensive dairying with me, but by the adoption et prickly oomfrey, so as to bridge over the time from the usual turning out to grm up to haing, a great and sure sup ply of the best fodder is obtained, and a small run at pasture for air and exer cls only is required. Planted in rows three feet apart, sixteen inches apart in the rows, top dressed liberally and well cultivated in the spring, prickly com frey by the last of May will grow waist high and too thick to allow one to pass through it readily. In a moist season several cuttings may be made. With a scythe and fork one may cut and heap it more rapidly than any other early soiling crop, and a mowing ma chine is scarcely needed, so small is the ares required at each feeding. It is eaten by my cows with the greatest avidity, and is fed as an alterative to the working cattle and horses which, being ...

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

et STYLES OF THE DAY. of Cut m Ceater a Skirs sad d lee-e- t vwrSr i 1,Vtqe-CttSm Goa.a Very large sleeves and bodices, with fll pr he-ts of distinctly diferest material let 1m, are well worn, hi very oert is bdlrn made to mske some variety in skirts, and in France they are arranging double skirts, not at all like the double skirts we used to wear, but actual y ea skirt over the other. A good exam pios this was a deve olered cloth over er viaus se, whihe was out an the ces thoiougbt, adigo al bader placed a he trout. The swathed bodice discovered c sabt silk undervest. This had a mova- w ble Zonave, and, in addition, a mantle i made of fllinp avawu in the frost. Aather new h skirt has two deep bees edged Sousees-oe falling from the wait- o o the aes, the other from the w knes to the hem. Yellow std whit has always been ao ed o a becoming mixture, and ot late b stay and white , have come into l favor. A pretty Inetance isawhite w estin gowb. the fews covered with silver embroidery. ...

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 September 1892

THE PROGRESS. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY Hak-s £ Wuliams. Entered in the Postofie at Shreveport as iecond-Class Mail Matter. Orsca: 6n2 Spring Street, between Mlam and Crockett. SUBSCRIPTIO : One Year. ........................One Dollar. si Mobth.....................Sixty-vre .ents. Three Months................ThirtyAve Cens.. C. D. HICKS, - - Erroa. G. 0. WILLIAMS, r- - MnaNre. LOCAL ITEMS. Officials who arrogate to them elves dictatorship, instead of realiz ing that they ar bat public servants, are unworthy of trust, and are alwaysI and ever delicient. Call on or Telephone W. L. Bare°s a Co., 523 and 5a Louaisiaa street, for Family Groceries and Country Produea The cheapest house t in the city. Small cottages for white tenants t rind a ready oseupancy in Shreveport. eom i They me genall renatd bfre DWRTISTRY. Dr. Wm. P. Terry, late of Balti imor-ersMl.and a regular gda of p he Batimr of "*dentaLl nre t golry, eshas ý loasted at Dr. e awles old stand ad associated ti huef with Dr....

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 September 1892

MADAM RUMOR SAYS : Thattbere is an open well at the « eAaen place, corner Fairfield a Sand Olive treet, which should II looked after by the proper author Sasit is dangerou to both hu- vi and salmal life so Tha the well in the rear of the on Olive , in whih as _a- eatRl o lea hi n i ad wh'ich been partially filled--about auffi to deetroy the sent of the putri earea.--should be filed en- a , a it is ill deep enough to be Y That the coming term of the Dis SOort should forever eloee Mr. SSnday beer garden. I That the Sunday law violators be aveely punished, to pro other in the eame business who law abidhes. That tere shouldbe some law to take the franhie of the City o we Company .from it entirely, abs ait render better prvica to o Mat th dianrt tne will ins  aral talents full be iasiy convri Messra, ao Pisuma, DiCk, Dilleuber- C a of violating the und, MaMr. Dray! econ b t4 Weibel, Leman, rý bp rsand other saloon men b thZ Sunday law, abond h b11 the wfall who thepublie wouli like to ...

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 September 1892

iSISTER MARTHA. ! By AUGBTA I.AUH. aprrsMu, UK bay ermn Ie Press Ames ThiV'Tarthy MuieiWhtemnb anl over," muttred Ana, a she retired to the woodshed to e venttoher feeig. The tea party came of that evening without anything to mar the pleasure of the occasion. t was all that had been anticipated in the way of culinary e. cellene. Deacon Folsom. a nervous dyspeptic, ate far more than was good f~c him, and his wife was up nearly all night applying mstard plasters to sea sitive parts of his body. There were several old ladies who feasted as they seldom did acept at Theaugiring. They laughed and joked softly together at the amount they had saten, though it had slightly stupefed their bralns. The three His Stows, who were genteelly poor, and starved themselves habitually on bread and weak tea to keep upap pearances. oaly wished their capacity for salad and lce cream had proved greeter, and that the food might abide with them for days to coma The clergyman eve, though bound to eat s e...

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 September 1892

SWIMMING A HORSE. a W.. ad 3d.er war Seu.seftly Crewm a 5w.ee. Strease. There may be readers who run a of havtng toride across a swollen _ and it may be to swim. The of both rider and horse may de an the action of the rider in such emergency. Pictures are often seen sing horsemen sitting bolt up. in their saddles while swimming hosnes across a stream, the whole So the horses' backs being visible the water. The artists who make pictures can hardly have ridden a while the animal was swimming set the thing done. A hrame cavalry omcer in a military .t Paris gives this account of way a horn should not be ridden the way be should be ridden in a stream: To begin with, it net be epposed that a horse al S imse mtarally and with ease the he is orf his feetin the water S mial under such circumstances SIs e no mtion, to keep his head out teo water and to lift his shoulders a as posbleb la doing this his hind sink and e EnSds himself stand. almet en his tail, or la a positotln ereot. Inech apost...

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 September 1892

THE PROGRESS. t THE TICKETS. Democratic. For President. Gnovrn CLEVELAND. of New York. For Vice-President, ADLAI E. Sravasoe, of Illinois. Prohibition. For President. Joan BIDWELL. of California. For Vice-President. Da. J. B. CUAnFILL, of Texas. People's Party. For Prealdent. JAxNP B. WEAvO of Iowa. For Vice-President. JAxEs G. FIELD. of Virginia. Republisea. For President. BEJAxhm HAnabsoW, of Indlaa. For Vice-Presidet, WlTrLAW REID. of New York * FOR CONGRESS. We are autbosiued to announce the HON. NEWTON C. BLANCHARD as a asdidMae for re.eleotion to the ld Coag 'ee, Ira. the Four: h District, subject to nomisaitn by the Demooratic party. MR. ANOUEW CURRIE AND THE PROQRES&S Ta Pooses of last week entered an eamest prota agais the adop tion of the majority (Mearsn Toomb's and Benjsmin's) report recommend ing the purchase of Mr. Cu rieds lad ' for $1 for a eemetary site, and in the course of it argument inei dentally mentioned the name of that gentleman. Evesy woman, man end ...

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 September 1892

TEE PROGRESS. Our Main Mission: The Upbuilding of Shreveport and North Louisiana. VOL. I. SHREVEPORT, LA.. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1892. NO. 32. WW6&.-. RATZIURO, DENTIST. I~ ~ ~wu~ 0 I - ---------------- --- 1 Our PREMIUM OFFERS. RweYM wqicn e rsa a os pamo t anrparle mdriet to each Pra w- arr s mwsamisibsrr e. We hbw, however. lvem spees to MalS 1mWsal ase, eats . ini s e ct whb will be fo1ed :;o our aer OMlar m PiSwlar is a ot o ar P EMIUM OTEB as a wbhle, whibch we be oads hr a MMsid puriod: P = - VYMIbrr a - Pirses SýUsssd hr d.) ýu S*Uuwu Wb a IayiV Wwb4W.3.w Aln l? .bin. bul7gs -! -r Mm -lw~a m*SadU* R'wl wrlM One"l rte r. do manC bhhUsS -' be* to asy edwrft at *s Qlb Wkbq~,'~m *AkWrl - Yt usi S. Mau aw, am. ~iinbm Pb - bht b,- ii1 US, - FMY "N* t~t. :4s nsrme. ..uded liflir' M M . . wlt it i "A' ·.·.. . ..fº.. - sY /ý s 4 ý . 1Y }; .. D. LEE, The Grocer rm. T!1 .d a$ Tam ~es. AMyw khasbjbe3 sf Tbe An aie," rsprodus.Usa of paluhing whisk aod for iU$w This picture 1s s...d...

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 September 1892

d+ SHORTHORN DAIRY SHOW. it T'he Shorthorn itretders' Association Is mure a Circular. it To the Shorthorn Brieeders of America: a Mr. 11 H. H inds, of Stanton, 3Iich.,is a hereby applointed conmissioner of the a :iassciatioll for the nrpse of securing O the necessary cows for the bree'd c,,lpe- f tition at the dairy school of the ('olum- U hian texp)sition. All parties owning registered Shorthorns, and having in their herds animils lposessing merit as milkers, are hereby requested to inime diately report the same to Mr. IIinds:. at d Stanton. Mich. He will advise with you it about the conditions, and if deenuel of C sufficient importance is authorized to h visit your herds to inspect the cattle. t1 It is hardly necessary to rcpeat that ft in order to mtake this a success the as.ho- ii ciatiou..ntust have the entire co-operation o of Shorthorn breeders, and we wonld b especially urge upon them the -impor- a tance of embracing this opportunity of ti exhi',iting to the world the dairy...

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 September 1892

GROOMING THE FARM HORSL Y eserves Mach Metter (rleamug sad a Currylng Thea lie (oi. . "1 There is amore important horse than p. the trotter or thoroughbred, and that It hI farm horse. After a hard day's work or long Journey in tih heat and dust a vw washing, If properly done. Is very rest. e ftl sad quieting to the horse's tired ti limbs. Have the water warm and a lit- to tie soapy. Rub the limbs briskly and Il dry with a cloth and brush lightly. If a the weather is at all cool. dry annel au may be proftably wound about them. cl I the blood vessels need relieving, use tt warm wet budages. a These are also useful in esesof sprain, Ia blows or overexertion, but they must p sot remain on too long. One4enth of a the ear bestowed upon a great sti ng hors would make a farm haor l too a od of himself. Dat them bi little C uihk of such a horse ever feelinag too o from any such reason. A Scotch owman grooms his team with a of loving latroat sad pride to the averag American frmer Is Sa stran...

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 September 1892

THE PROGRESS. I UBLISHND BVRRY SATURDAY BY is.h. Wl ms.. __ ntermd ip n tie Potole at Shreveport as .econd.Clas Mail Matter. O(PI vcE: Sppring Stret, between Milam aid Crockett - SUMsCIPTION : 'feOne Dollar. ie Y e, ar . ...... .............. .... O ne.. r. is Mo thsr ..................... Sixty-Aive Cents. h'br M.no ......Y...........Thi-rt ive ents. .. D. HICKS, - - - ElToR. ;. G. WILLIAMS, - - MANAGR. LOCAL ITHMS. MISt MAIUDE BACON'S BENEFIT. Tam Paooaas is glad to note Shat the concet given for the bone Sit of Miss Maudoe Bacon Thursda ,ight was a sueems in every par * ieular. The attendance was satin actory, whilethe program was all " hat could be deired. It is pleasing Sknow that her talent is appreci ted and deeds of public service re _embered in an agreeable way. lies Mande certainly deserved this ppmeciation shown her personally, .od as an artist, and even more. Not only was her voeal talent high y appreciated and complimented, Ut ber elocutionary posers were warmly prase...

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 September 1892

GENERAL JAMES B. WEAVER,; E ,*PEOPLEP' PARTY'8" CA.IDI DATE FOR VILEMIDENT the United States. Addresses ShLreve port A udieoe. The announcement, some little me ago, that General James B. eaver, the "People's Party's" can for president of the United would make a political speech I SShreveport on the night of the 7th 1 aroused considerable interest o g the citizens and surrmunding mmunities, as it was someothing en 1y unusual for such an occur. I to take place. The fact that I a distinguished personage as a ential candidate was to address I people in this portion of the C was sumfient inducement to t *out all men who were not un- i ly forced elsewhere, at wih not restrained by narrow Sprejudice sufficient to clog d promptmngs of their better naature judgment, and keep them at r The speeking was announaed to F ence at 7 o'clock, but on so- a of the lateness of his arrival Ge. sver could not meet the ampput and those who had assembled tee eourtbouse, the place named a the speaking, at ...

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 September 1892

i SISTER ARTHA. By AUGUSTA LAB.J> vwrtght, rat, by American Press Asocia tiow.l * "'Ws gary6Wasri ter Ang~inuas name d in it," she said, "and I guess you'd have ' to respect an oath if you took it on this book." a The captain was standing before he with his hands in his pockets glowering, and knitting his brows in his effort tc understand. "An oath," said he aston ished; "what do you mean?' a "I mean there's a secret weighing o c my mind, and if it does look bad for me I've got to tell it." "Keep your secrets for all me," said he, turning abruptly on his heel; "I've nc doubt it's some d-d piece of foolishness.' "'I can't keep it and I won't, Georgs Bligh. It's killin me by inches. My leg are all a-tremble after a sleepless night i -when something comes and stands by my bed and says. "You've got to do it. It's abomt you and me and Vinio ald them old times." The captain looked startled and his keen eye rested suspiciously for a mo ment on the woman's agitated face. "Well." said he....

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 September 1892

THE ARIZONA KICKER. Tbilngs Are Moving Along as Lively as Ever. TuHr MAr L WA.--Three weeks ago, I. writing up some of the local charccters th.e town, we mentioned Colonel Dick Idte s one of the crowd who had been re too long for his health. Several shyster lawyers went to the colcnel and encouraged him to bring a libel suit for heavy damages. Ile refused and sent us word to look out. We were ready in fif toa rseopnds after we got the message, but tlp ,oldnet had to send his gusm. tothe shop to be repaired, make his will and fix up other little matters. It was not until Monday that he got ready to go hunting. lie posted himself in a mxodet and retiring position on an empty barrel in front of Henderson's grocery, and had been wait gg fifteen minuses when we auntevd up to Inquire the price of cueensbet. We Iw the colonel mad the cuasnaems at the " *mue instant, bet he get the Imr shot, which ripped up the cotton on our right shoulder. We could have shot him dead. but we didn't do it.i...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 September 1892

THIE PROGRESS. THE TICKETS. For Preldent. Glovas Ca.Iv, .aD. Of New Yotk. For Vlre-PreedcnL. AoL.A E .. MTrasueor. Of lUlmse. Prelt6lbeke. For IP'eldrt. Jonr BIw sJ.s. (aliforate. For Vi ce.-Preeldeat. lO. J. U. cUnIsnu Iof Tens. Penpte'e Party. For PrusigMe JAsa I. WuVasemI law. For V 4Ice-PeMlSI JitaG Faia.f VualaIa. ltmpublam. Port PI'ldeat : rJ.nx IfAlamarm, d Im1isa. For VIkfe.PmideM WnIr,:.Aw Ituse.df New York. FOR CONSoaIIs. We err luthouri.l to asimune the 11ON. NEWTON (!. BLAN('HIARDas candkldte for re-eetion to the U iM sg- I rfw, from the our; h Dhri~, subjeot to I uomluatleot by lthe 1umocratlo party. JUDGE TAYLOR'S OHANGE. The law-abiding itizeas of this .arish will be glad to k4ow that .udge Taylor, in his harge to the ' raud jury oaths Sunday law, waes 'ceeedingly lucid ai sueqaiuoal in l 'hloaring that it must be foced I .is was a qesstion on wMhi he was ,,og watchabed with peculiar lalteet ,.y both sides of it, those who wanted :t nforoed sad those who delsed to ,...

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