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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 26 September 1896

- - cI 4 ('ilII l I It' Social Thoughts And Events. Edited By Miss Mary Dinvie. CeJao Ripes. the in We are sNio lad to notice that oir Mtl - part tary frienlds are going to reorganlize and entofl will doubtless elect Mr. II. B. Iear T hi their raptfaiM, a gntitlleaI and cit.," tlie well itfortued inu ililtny taitile. Mr. Hearine wals at one tilre 0el lmin of the at Military ('ompatnly at iltiutoni. Thei 'h (cotpa in hli e Ii t'i rellell'ltl .enl ' rl crt l yu on the Militiao ofirt Mill'1 aind with solett trailtetg will l, 't iltttt t'he Is it'lilig iln crr pauinie i tl t I )Ii- Ihsisiiilni Nationail 1110r(1. Thet't is ltlt llg Iticr iiln llr'sive tlhant la corprs oif well trilled mnitul, nothitig 1 r Imore pi slteg to ticl eye thny ltii their regU- nh ar ulovetctul and allreetrtive ttiformi) inmre litcetativel to o,' lil titlrii' ativ lt ttiiirt e, w f lldesi hii* nl ilihry I lltlllnhu sis is hat ll feIrv lr, it (reull'4; ill oiti ' yoltihl is grt'llt Vl' love ot ( olit try ntlid...

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 September 1896

C. D. HICKS, Editor. SHREVEPORT, - - - LOUISIANA. Although truth is mighty and all of that, it cannot travel half as fast as error. The world is too apt to inquire whether a man's faults ought not to be charged to his wife. Things that are simply sharp when practiced by our friends become knav ish when adopted by an opponent. The man who can utter a sentence that people will remember is greater than he who can only deliver an ora tion. Numerous football teams are already going into training and barbers are laying away their scissors in tissue pa per and sachets. A brass band tournament was given at Oconomowoc, Wis., the other day, and one of the audience went home at its conclusion and shot himself. No wonder. A California man named George W. Teasdale has made a remarkable be quest in his will. He leaves $1,000 to be deposited in a bank, the interest of which shall be spent yearly for candy /for school children, in return for which he requests his little beneficiaries to see to it t...

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 September 1896

FIVE &1REAi)Y D EAD liav -- three AND HALF A DOZEN MORE will 1 WOUNDED. nMann' Victor Marh Dl)mage it Done to Property-It 1 ra the ork o te Work of the Silver Miners of ; reb' LeaidvilIe, Colo--l)onmite Was Used With at Ma Terrihe, I;ff,'t Vol seven Leadville. ('olo., Sept. 22. Five t deirl bodies lying at the morgue and lli half a dozen wounded with damage provi' to property to the amount of $23,001) att'l, -are the visible effects of Suntiday )ig might's lawlessness. It is believ'd loss. that when all is known the list of[ ih 'dead and injured will considerably ex- us ceed these flguren. Everythlng is bain quiet. but the city Is pract lally u nITer been military rule. The fifth dad lman wa. short found ycsterday evening. Michael P' Daugherty was found near the Em- tack mett mine, wher,' he fell in the attack Cuba of the rioters upon the Emmett while gents 'flushed with their victory at the Co- ror, ronado. There were many people In Ing 1 upper windows and house roofs pro- gent...

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 September 1896

a n ri rim iu . TE MOST REST IN 1 Mid Summer Sale ever made for the special benefit for the Ladies and Missc-s of Shreveport, La., on Tuesday. Aug. 20th. TW e will h aveon sale 300 Ladies and Misses, beautiful tailor made Duck suits all novelty desins, this is th, firt t.iiii also h.ve a "es 1 " SMisses Duck suits were ever shown in this market, also an elegant line of ladies wh it Xr,.uc11k and M .ohair O h skirts. These goods will go in this sale at 99c for Misses andl 1.25 for I,ad es suits. Mlot, Eureka I ldigo Bi The white:Lussia Duck skirts you can buy at $1.15 each and every garment is worth double thr; price w qe n ttc th 3 " but, as Mr. Herman Zodiag closed out the entire stock of the manufacture and vyo will get the leniit . , - , f h s Come early before the sizes'are broken if you wait your size may be gone. See disp;vs in show wilnow. 'ý sale only I ESTABLISETIED 1874 REMEMBER THE PLACE HERMA Z P ____R ZODIAC THE PROGRESS. SEMI-WEEKLY. 8. T. ABBOTT,...........Local Edit...

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

_ THE PR OGRESS _ OL. .-O. . SIIREVEPORT, LA., SATURDAY, OCT1OBER :,; 189. 8PIICE, 5 CENTS. -- _" ., A dt~vt" Ad%ý%\A V UU /.V U VU \:\ ýu \% u / U ~ t ý iA,'' rA .A v D EEM RY SBBC SN A - - - .·-t In obtaining part of the stock of the well-known Cary Bros., of New York which we promise in a few days to be able to give and show you the Latest Designs in all Styles of jIXtt reiived a hirre sortment of fine Imported dress goods, also a beantiful line of trimmings and in fact every thing per W I';r 'iI -l UlftnhrElls ýi we Z n I tainingto the dry goody line. Shoes! We have an extra stock, which are 00 to ahii'st 2ie ''aw;ay, as the prices will bC 50 low you O NTBE S CFCED w1ill tlhit t. ii.;, te re i GOING TO BE SACRIFICED. We cul now show you the finest assortmenft of call So don't fail to come and Se? the bargains in every thing. CLOTHING! We haze a lare stcck and are slaughtering It! cos it, town. We are to busy recievinN and markinN goods to quote you prices,butill do so in a short...

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 October 1896

1DI O ThCT1VE STORM. UZS P&SWICK AND SAVANNAH, CA-. VISITED BY A GALE. 1 i. iv"ew are Lost and Many Injured. Uir*r MAantage D)one to I'roperty-l)e .aitsare HMegre, the Wires *a Being ewsk )ota n. 'e.'ar OJrivons, La., Sept. 30.-A spe cial fr ,t Atlanta, Ga., says: A di sronics hurricane swept ever mw~Cick and along the ;Georgia 'et yesLtekay morning. Meagre re POts hate Ixeen received from the stonr cent' r, which indicate that the Barrh.rican. was one of terrific force a14 !Il. t.reat d rmage and probable 1tA cJ(t Wf resultedl. T irircs are down for a distance ,of forty or fifty miles this side of rummnwick and no information has n= received from that place except *r a traim which left there while the t9'arm was raging. The train was de :'aye ifn Brunswick two hours yester :lq' evfwmng, the engine being unable o ma kalre a'l.way against the wind, whiich was blowing at a high velority. WTind and water worked destruction, .and :t the train left Brunswick the atfrts woer filled wi...

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 October 1896

CURIOUS OCCURRENCES. A Cabbage is an old cure for intoxica tion. A pickpocket stole $75 from Police man Kealey of New York. Manchester, Eng., gets its water supply ninety-five miles away. Steam fire engines to run on street car tracks is the latest London idea. The popularity of precious ston er now is the pearl first, the ruby second and the diamond third. The king of Siarn has two oft ial wives, eighty-eight morganatic w lee and seventy-two children. on A Wisconsin man has, for the third tii time, recently married a woman fromt asti whom he hal been twice divorced. sm There are 2,726 policemen for tlrhe des 1,600,000 people in ( hica ro. afainst 13,814 for the 5,000,000 people in Lonu- cal don. cm A Boston chiropodist says that too kn short or otherwise ill-fitting; hosiery grt causes more corns than boots and tov shoes. his Henry Baker of P'assaic, N. J., lay wants $1,000 damages from the farmer lift who employed him, and in whose ma barn he recently got caught in a ma spring tra...

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 October 1896

TH-E. P1OGR~ESS. 'u li~li.h ý r tvrv j ;y'1huýl~ti 'f;ill .SatI da' BY HICKs BROS. C D. iiICKs * . Ilttu. ý.ttrred ill the I'ostottI(e at shreveport a. Sco irl.( ·t MaIil Ma~tter. O1r,'I a 11(1 2115 Mi 11ri3 Sf ~t'et be t l `l~i'a rid !M1trket. fin: r ý..,±, Sk(RI11X Oa, ii S1 an~no~tl,~~ '"" ""~···One Dollar itI SEIMt 114 . L. I., e( i T " ' . n '· Th i r t f iv e e n t s Offcial Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Union DEMOCRATIC TICKET, ~~·\, .4·- ~ ( t'O~t Illi -I 1'\'f ("I W. A. DUTAN.I -" OF NEBRASRA, of FOR YICE-PRESIDENT Alt I'H U1 SE\'WALL, OF MAINE. I I The Progress pities Presiding El ders who continue their persecation of HE linesq rreacI ers. A 50-cent dtllar. How uttsrly ab surd. Oh ye iuper-conoscientious men ! think on the prssent gold d01 Jar buying 200 cents worth of any wommodity Itovwn to cuiwmerce, and yoU wilt hb rlloor eorie,4rf. Overproduictlao is the Cause of 'cheap products and hard times, the goldbugs only, say. Overproduc'io n in our country where there are tho...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 October 1896

Social Thou pts And Events. [ Edited Ry Miss Mary Dincrki I IpiowIlly l y ofr h 1 4"+ I t Jr l.'4 hl v'i i ver' I ..i wtllI in which It I ', frcight with greIlntel - elI'ret ih IIe tlII"' fill wn'l14'1, who iii, ilt'' fll Inthe ii 1.1 - At'V I , 1 4it i ii t h 1 '" 1 III ti , slinineg -114 IIIs i i n r li I oft: w-r l Iii*'t'11111 1,111rl1 1'' 1) 1 11 11 ' 1 Ali i' I I i i I i II III' t' Iilir11111 : 1 ti ll ,i liti'III II'ratu i Ve it lii ' " Ii i I wl i r't 1 1 Will 4 I 1 it111. l 111I , I4l4"II1t " iII I. I tiw by li f T t iti br oe ilif w e s tin - e to 'i liiti' I, Silt tl 01e m ..l " i llte 1r, lit lit (jon , ly (I1 lI(', I,, I 4 . 11k \1'11,1 1"'I . I1"'n l the 11 il i I 111 of.III \ 1110 '1 \1 1 11111 lis, ie l iys i," eiie itiii1. ll rill t IIeu I 11 i lie11x. \"1ee'I hae 1I 111s)' µli.iiii0, t ho-i 11c hii ogiiei ly li beet "ie 10;+1 11`1 w 4111 11 111 111" 4 1 II'hl' I,% 2'1441.1 1 l fO1'lµty L a 'I'cli '11lld µr44 1','1111i e Ill stit iiiiii } i l 'll i ihee' I4i / lu;: ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 October 1896

ýIr *htrr'rport ýrogrcer. C. D. HICKS, IEditor. SIII1EVEIP)I'I', - - - LOUISIANA. Saul Khalid was In the past tense anyhcw. Paradoxially .\. T1'. stewartit's sO'S Fors fatied to sm recd. Hiss TIhiiriw wants $100,000 for hav ing been ('hwing (irni Adailms' 'utti fruiti. Straws showing which way the po lit windls blow are beginning lo till the air. l'opiilarity is generally the cre:atitre of naccidlent. inl cotles anmd goys as the Winld blows. Some people try to apologize foir t'ie ocean's angry roar hleinse it has he'lr crossed Si) oftteO. It is an excellent thing to he aile to sing well, nod the next hbst thing its to k10now you canlit. Trying to he happy is like tryinot to go to sleep. Yoi will not suceed i urn less you forget that you are try ing. Now that the Spanish government has Indorseil (,en. \Weyler'% conduitt no fuirther ignominy shouldi be Ihurled at him. As to the snmashing of the large cheese biox which was known in Zan bihar as the sultan's palace, it was nmag nificent...

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 October 1896

TEXAS A exh 8 few cLM RUTE I 1' nro floa PACIFIC Mar to Wilv OFFERS THE P'J3L1' strc Best Passenger Servic3 ; 1; T 1EEN A T n the I·iit TEX A sA ?'HE EAST AND S)UTIHEl ST. as Cannon Ball Train rha Was S.,HlRTENED ONE 1'l' t. IN T:l. wa (011 1 Yave% I ,rt Werth. 7:13 a in.. Dallau, g 83v5 a.m.; Union D'pot, 8.13 a iu. Ar- Jittl ritvns St. Lx:35. ;:J5 a.ni. nextdi y. stl'E .1im tcd 'vcning Ezpra; tool HAs Esy Q j CKE'ED .hil SIIOURS TO ST. I.O I7 AND I TIL EAST. two r 1IJIIPIS. pria 4 HOUR'S .TO MEIPIS. p moi ONE HOUR TO NLW ORLEANS, root ONLY TWO DAYS siA BEiWEEN tern 'TEXAS AND NEW YORK, ,g Pullman Boffe: Sleeping e Cars to St. Ul te, Chicago. 1is N ew O.l: aaa anu Paci i o Coast.+ I of I Tbrolugh iy icoaca es.C way te ween I'ort I .rt:h and M mphis. sevt thre Fo- tirk'ts, r.tes aid tartner infor- him inateon, ca I on or audress your foare@ t the ieL. H. TORNE, T Third Vice*Prre. and Uen'I 3gr, nan G S.ON ME'LIER, had Gen. Pass. and Tiket Apt, stre W. A DASHIELL1, Ros Travelinir ?'a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 October 1896

THE . MOST N1TERESTING mid SuSale ver made for the speca lt fr the Ladies ad of Shrevepor , La., on Tuesday Aug. 20th. fe vw r oilo- saile 3800n LLadies andl M isses, beauI tiul t ltailor miale Duck suiits all n ve lt\ (csQ t 1 Is o hs ve c'n cj S s e re P I r t h o w ill th is in h 1 , 1 i k) i l l lt n e o( f l 'i n fi h li1t b uS O ia i i sh irts ee c will "o in this~ ulee u re ka t Pýdg 'ý fl i u e s ithe yohit L u Ia uci J skirts olu can buy at 1.13 eIich andI every rm t is ut o ' rth e 1 tºB 111 , , " (u ret ' b as M r. H erm an Zodia c osed out the entire stock of the l ta fltt vte e ( l ,ni 1 n 1 -e 1901t it o 4l ( ome11C e ai I'v before the sizes ar e br o Xli l i ' wiou ii tit '! our sie m ay 1 l oel "~STAB IJSIS2JT 1874 _e REMI EM BER THE PLACE a nA AA _ fl F~ I~jIN) I,% X! ;r()1)1c~I THE /ROCRESS, / oter ivc biistIl- Ip FRESH. OY.TE I SE MII-tiý'IEIE. receiv and _ THE PROGRESS. SEMI-WEEKLY. 8. T. ABBOTT,..... .. Locanl Editor. The price on real estate remains airm. Some ...

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 October 1896

L T. HE PRG LA D CRESS. _ V()L. 5.-NO. 35. SHREVEPORT, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10., 1896. PRICE, 5 CEN. -RI_ _ _ __ _ __ IDress Gooci ete. Capes etc F/anne/s e-c S \ 'o l ,s, , t1 ,u rI ..... . . . .. ll 25 8 " (', t tlaeit - 1  .ir. .d 31t ls .. .. . . err 4 ~ ls 40 to 90C' ,..,eli~r -4(' per yard Skeriut , Nun's Ve ihng ................. 15 to 40R St ripes - . 4 -.4 p er , Ldie , Il , . ... . ... " 1 , .r t ),,, >I t l. - - 4h' ,er .o i ' li " t'i 1 wa, si U - v lerge'........................40I to ' ('hi dren's s, o), s 2 - Red ..d11 5'mnl s-, ( Ol ti ............................ 5 " to ' f 4 1t- shoe:tsi, Gf i .1( Vll tills, , ,, , , ,, , +; , tntrn .. . . . . . . . . . . -t ltd, lt ll'h,,,:t i l( l im f f n1"1, 1'1 i(U' sa t l' l t ` , t" 41)1 t 'l'it' lle'5 - . 1., to ,~: {](1|;ll r ilo Ill loi IO 4 ' }ty t111 to 10 ,, E le nt a n d w h ite 1111f e l ins i ) ta r o 0 r Tr u nik s 0'1-'+ are s tisfied there has been maly millions dollars worth If inanu- (' ai(: .i1 t.h ,...

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 October 1896

A QtTERL PIISON 1 _ AROUND MILWAUKEE, WIS, BY EATING SMOKED FISH. Two Men Have Already Died and Many More in a Serious Condition-It Is Cau:+ ng Quite a P'anic Among Fish Eaters and Dealers. Milwaukee, Wis., Oct. 7.-Case.%y f poisoning from eating smoked white fish continue to be reported, but the only deaths that have occurred thus far have taken place at Merrill, Wis., where Albert Radloff and a man whose name is not given, have suc- t cumnbed. Radloff's father and two other chil dren of the family were very ill from eating fish. Twenty-five cases of poisoning are reported from Merrill. n Four more serious cases were re- b ported here yesterday. Following so t closely after the prostration of all the c students in Concordia college in this city, and the similar affliction of over u fifty people at Oshkosh, the news from tl Merrill is causing quite a panic ri ': among fish eaters and dealers. D Twenty additional cases are report- a . ed from Brotherton on the east shore L of Lake Wi...

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 October 1896

It Sounds Like a Mirace.VA - I ')NE OF THE BRAVE BOYS IN INTEF GRAY RELATES A REMARK ABLE STORY. From Commercial Appeal, Memphis, ow Tenn. I)eps Mat, , L. Farris lives at Duket, a post omce seven miles from Utica, andl at the present time he is an object if ant considerable curiosity throughout the community, for It was he who we: cured of a chronic case of rheumatism of over thirty years standing. A Commercial-Appeal reporter hav Ing been detailed to see Mr. ,'arris, drove out to his store at Duke'. Mr. Farris, who is postmaster, wa buy working up the mail, but an s ir as he had finished he acceded very cheer fully to an Interview. Mr. Farris is 62 years of ago, but onel wouhl never suspect that he carries. so many years upon his shoutller., for he is as erect, his step is as sprlngy and his eye as bright as if he wer ays i only half that age. IIe is a perfect lens, picture of hearty old manhood. hick "To begin with," said he. "I suppose chck you want to know how I was cured of yo...

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 October 1896

TFE PROGRESS. SEMI-WEEKLY. Published every Thursday and Saturday BY HICKS BROS. O D. HICKS,......... ........Editor. Iltered in the Postofilee at Shreveport a! Second-Class Mail Matter. Oftle--20 I and 205 Milahn Street, bet weed Spring and Market. SUBSCRIPTION: Oau ea,. ...... .................One Dollar BIr Months. ...... .......Sixty-five Cents Three Months ...........Thirty-five Cents Ofecial Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Union SHREVEPORT. LA., SEPT. 26,1-96. ,DEMOCRATIC TICKET., FOR I'ItE-IDENT, W. a IWTA W. - - OF NEBRABRA, FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, ARTIUR SE WALL. OF MAINE. THE DEMOCRACY APATHETIC. A general feeling of apathy seems to exist in the Democratic ranks in Louisiana. Now, at a time one of the most patent in our history, when a united front should be presented to an enemy active, alert, vigilant, only sporadic efforts are made, or the ac tipgn is confined to certain localities, pa ly local. Ta"is eoudltiJn is the logical rt , ueuee et the mode of conducting the last state ...

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 October 1896

ocial Thoughts And Events. Edited By Miss Mary Dingle. F rH CONltEýl : liON. 1. W. OODEN, OFe Bc,ywý 1 It !. 'I'be urgtuIZ.ttltonl of the teacherb which has exist.ed in our city several years past in, tin regaulr ioiHntl last BE Baturday aftoem uo;. r ix nrw ,esU bers were he.Artily w.Ilcuwed i titting words by the PIeSult-u, P'uf. C. IE. Byrd. Mrs. M.11. I l iatuIi rIalld an excelloau pap.r ,,n ".C l f G utrr, Ssuggested by tihe c-tast t of itellect Snal people at CLntan(,ai . This was followed by (tdicitlou of achool i woIk, and dineio,, I of the iat.lliet nal work of the A. ciatio.n. All i teachers and ed ( ,,. are .rvite'l to 8tt ,nlI the e m eii . ng,, oh the l i. tS. S tIt nrday of each Iulioth. trt VwvFiSd :e arc,l In this city Tuesday afternoon at , the Episcopal Church, IRev. Dr. W. l.itiol D. Daizell offioiating, Miss Annie ga Belt Cotliff to Mr. E. R. Rlnd. Juwl - Both parties are well known and are Jud1 leaders in society, Miss Annie Bet tI .h baving spent the greater...

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 October 1896

Sh 'h vcueport g r t"e .Al D~I C. D. HICKS, Editor. SHREVEPORT, . - - LOUISIANA. Novelty Is what keeps the world from stagnation. po Bad weather intensifies annoyances and dilutes comforts. rng There is no high fence between being nati careless and becoming criminal. Stat The man who has no secrets 'an defy bled the world, the flesh and the other fel. grei low. tice It is a wise idea not to accept offers Don of service until you know why they ff are proffered. of t One peculiarity about political fights is that it is possible for all factions to pe get the worst of it. e ser' People who make the beat )f their D surroundings are in a fair way to se- Ic 1 cure the best kind of surroundings. self gov Many a man never appreciated that ma he, was smart until informed of the fact sel by somebody he had beaten by `:d the work. lies oil, All of us often have cause to wish fou that we had treated some individual ten with more courtesy on some previous in eccasion. fini ext A woman's power is...

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 October 1896

rEXAS Blotting pads are prorous stone. In Hamburg the a P arWI rdog according to its S t The engine of an e " ,sumes twelve gallons mile traveled. PACIFIC The diamonds in c shah's rank is said OFFERP TE PUBLIC twenty pounds. Many kinds of bee! Bn each side of the ih and one inferior. Coal is dearer in in any other part o' cheapest in China. About 600,000 tr planted by Swedish under the guidance t ES HD SITIHU T, I In the public scho " bright pupils are i Cannon Ball Train stupid oncs. Medic IOnrO'TEED ONE HOUR IN TIME. ing. ,eF r Worth. 7:05 a.m.. Dallas, A German statist ~tb6 s.m.; Union Depot, 8:15 a in. Ar- sertion that there a mya g. Lrjd, :,13 a .m. next dsy. centenarians, or or habitants. M$U The longest artif the world is the Bi 9s D 00 miles; the nex S IlOURS TO ST. LOUIS AND cost near $10,000,0o T'E EAST. An umbrella co 4 HOURS TO MEMPHIS. parent material h ONE SOUR TO NEW ORLEA-NS, England, enablini where he is goin ONL TWO D A before his face. In the manufa BETWEEN div...

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 October 1896

TE MOST NTERESTIN Mid Summer Sale ever made for the special benefit for the Ladies and I £f Shrevep'ort, La., on Tuesday Aug. 20th. I-. - "" ,, -° e-: -'-'-> " ..: -, "'-o " . v .- 04..-Y { r -4 We will have n ile 30(0 Ladies and Mlisses, beautiful tailor madle Duck suits all novelty design this is t firsth - ill also ý S V N isses Duck -suits were over shown in this market, also all eleg.lt line o)f L adi , whit DIuck and Mohanilj W ilOal S h Il Akiits. T'hease goods will "o in this sale at 99e for Misses n I $1.25 fr I, lies si. Lot, U I 1 he ~white Lussia lDuck slkirtsyou can3buvy't $1.15 ench and every garmenllt is worth ldoable th r1 we quote t ,( Prints, at 3 12 , fts, but, as Nir. UIerian Zodiag closed out the entire stock of the ianuficturc t and vol. will e-t the lIe tit! I. Come early before the sizes' ;re broken if you wait your size may be gone. gee dlisp,.v in show win1,o" <<< S10 eny !, ESTABLISI~EED 1874 REMEMBER THE PLACE _ _ ii I II_ IIjww wP WP _ _ _...

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