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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 October 1896

THE PROGRESS. VOL. 5.-N. #36. SH REVEPORT, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOB.ER 17. 1896. PUF 5 CNT Dress Goodin ete. Capes etc. F/anne/s etc. oo'tes 11Usi'Le FOolMlwN "........... 91; ol" ýI11'" "~y'""1'll' 111i11l ((n aihm eri, ................. . 25 I 'o (ti),T , ,. Ir ytird ,ki .l v4 nt.. JJ. F SON tIrlltlal, .. . .. 15 to r4 ,1 Styt sl':t' 4- I- r yl'l ('-4li', , -r450 kNo v s .l , . . . .. . . . . . . . .. . , o ! 4 i B l.t' h;iN ) - .4 t l in l ' yIN ' -idl - lUwlh0 Alhrio . . 5 to =l Se. I i",,lg 12 ' e .i4' ytard 17l7i Chos, .sikh 2 plush e3 l fui Plauld ., ilt wool .. 25 Io 4Iu' ('eiivt. ,4 - H pi r yrv ld .Iwi ct' ,L t1 , Ito $1.I 'Ntni's V. iling . . I Iiit 411' Mtritui4 - - 4 I-ti put ytiol I~l ls na 0 I 1 .__ilk_......... . ..i.k.. 2", " i; il .0I0 ".*-o". ""riu" illnilit y - Y ' itu : r' i [4tan i uM It'les Iuwbut t' vttll Inry vs 0 . ... . ..... .. . . ... . . .. . . . . . t mIs,'o l% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . ' ].  T Ig o 2.0h ' W , n uI,' I '  h 0 0,' - ....

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 October 1896

A BIG HURtitLCANE. IT RAGES FOR TWO OAYS WITH wil GREAT FURY. a ilt The Greatest Damage VWas Done Around New York-At Pleasure Resorts Along do the Reach, the Waves Were Destructive 5" to rroperty. New York, Oct. 13. - A veritable ibur rieane has swept over this section of no the country Sunday and yesterdtay. The 0 wcind blew with terrific force, reaching at Sandy Hook a velocity of seventy- tw five miles an hour Sunday night. The ni tides rose to a height many feet higher ml than has been seen for years and the waves all .long the Atlanti c o~st swept r in with a force that carried everything b before them and did damage to the amount. of many hundreds of thousands of dollars. Sandy Hook and points wp along the Jersey coast felt the fury of so the storm most of all, but Coney Isl and experienced, as far as has been do learned, the most direful results. The m beaches were swept clean, pavilions ot were overturned and swept seaward, wl bathing-houses and board walks, ev- st erything ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 October 1896

l " could get reli B eUO E from a most hor- w; BEF , -- -_ORE -. whl, rible blood dis- Mr. ease I had spent hundreds c0f dollars with trying various remedies and physi- to t cians, none of which did me any was good. My finger nails came off and cide my hair came out, leaving me telel perfectly bald. I thenwentto you HOT SPRINGS j Hoping to be cured by this celebrated the treatment, but very soon became disgusted his and decided to try S.S.S. The effect was truly wonderful. I commenced to recover you at once, and after I had taken twelve bot. des I was entirely cured-cured by S.S.S. when the world. beie renowned Hot Springs had failed. a it W. 8. LooMMu,   "O post Shreveport, La. Num Bi onk eo Disease adi Treatment malled feeto any sam SWIFT S PECIFIC CO.., AUAta, a., aguea i ist pi 'or Oomfort, BSafety, Speed and Style! Try the Oentl once in a while. car t tCo The Great Daylight Rou te THE. CONNECTING LINK BETWEEN ac Cetral Teins, Calitnrli and Mexico, Ill t" Waco, Cisco Ian El...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 October 1896

T1E PROGRESS. SEMI I-W\ IE1EK LY. Published every l'lursda a id Sall ltur tdua BY HICKS BROS. ( D. HICKS ........ ........ ditor. latered in the Postofiee at Shreveport a. Second.Class Mail Matter. Offie-20.J and 20( Milha St reel, betweed Spring and Market. SUBSCRIPTION: One Yeas . .... ............. .....One Dollar Six Months ...... .... .......Sixty-five Cents Three Months ................Thirty-five Cents ,Mgial eournal Caddo Parish Farmers Union SHREVEPORT, 4A., SEPT. , 196. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR I'IE-IDENT, w. 9 arTAw. OF NEBRASRA, FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, ARTHUR SEWALL, - I~ OF MAINE.R F'o CONGRESS : HON. H. W. OGDEN, OF BO04-IER. When thousands will wait for sev eval hours in a bard, cold rain to bear an orator, their is much in him and I h.s doctrine. This is a common oc a ~rrnce with W. J. Bryan. ( Ottly a few days. comparatively, remain between now and the election, 4et the community hum with our SId P ' :rgy-laboring for Bryan, ,e, all (Udenr-onr standard berrers. th er...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 October 1896

Social Tbough ts And Events. ) Edited By Miss Mary Dine'le. 'In The autumn days ino all their beauty and grandeur are with us. The fresh crisp air, the brigh, sun shine and the cool breezy imbibe us with new life. Our feet become elastic, our cheeks rosy and hearts light, as on to our daily task we go. FC The long hot sweltering days are but a memrry of the past, we have BES tarned from fans and cool gowns to the ruddy fire, and once more tlhe galleries are deserted and the family circle is formed arouud the fire-side F and evening lamp. Tie'/ days grow short, the nights long and be-t . f all the energetic mopquito betakes him self to lands unki'owu and to whorer we weary mortals wish from whence he would never ret.ort,. Truly autumn, t,., n ,rvest time, i acceptable and its golden sunlight State thtcws a curtain of shimmering gold 5 :!over all the earth; it brings the joy- Su 'ous thanksgiving and hastens the Noti Yuletide; its days seem brighter he- ard, case they precede the rai...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 October 1896

C. D. HICKS, Editor. SHREVEPORT, - - - LOUISIANA. Politics this year will make a lot o wath strange dead fellows. Next year Tennessee will be 100 yearn dea old, or ten times Tenn. Even pie would lose its flavor it Se eaten by command of the law. Most people are indebted to memory, tw for their wit and to imitation for their ,j manners. res Ra A cyclonic disturbance is reported in res London. The American idea undoubt- wir idly is "in the air." The instincts of a loafer never fail to de: show, no matter what position in life ha be may accidentally acquire. at It aiways takes two men with wheels a in their heads to make one of those "wheelbarrow" election bets. ne' The main grievance of most politi- die clans is that opposition papers do not of conceal more truth concerning them. ite The times are out of joint. 0, rare de light, Set T'hat I was ever born to set them right! Or cog The Turks in Crete can't find enough hu 'Ive persons to mutilate, it appears, so sw they have begun on the...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 October 1896

TEXA W"who street?'' ate r." ,,Loni PNa StMiUTE Sea C' fhip is all be S''hank C'loth Mlit, (of r;FfERS THE PUBLIC in the w ais htc, Bost Passenger Servteda . i ly.. BETWEEN Held I the ev US Nonsci Wh ýT X nave don't I !B S EST END ST')U IEAS. 4C ,nonl all Train t,, tolrE ;.:D ONE IIOUL IN TIM. me to iave' F ' rt Worth. 7:05 t.,., Dllas, hS 6 s.mt.; Ution D'pot, 8:15 a in. Ar. certal ,lam St. L.,ml;, 7:J a.m. neztd'y. ly £lm tcd £OnlDg IxproS tnt SIIOUW3 TO ST. LOUIS AND MHi gone rTHEZE.ST. stand I4 HOURS '10 TMEMPHIS. cat! S ONE kIOUR TO NEW ORLEANS, have ONLY TWO DAYS gettc BETWEEN my a TEXAS AND NEW YORK, trutl Pullman Bff; Slepin; to li Ca's to at. L,uis, Chicago. fatho N-w O.lcans and Paclto anyl Ceoat. triec ThronZh ,ay coau.,o each way bto U wees Fort \%Lrth and Memphis. and -----I were For tickits, r t a'ld inrtar infor- big MI4aun, rs I on or ardrts your aesreat wad hes aeSg ut. L. 8. THORNE. exc Third Vioe-Prees. and Gen'l Mgr, cam O S ON ME ,LIER, chil Gen. Pass. and T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 October 1896

__The following 5Ir~~~c:S~: ~SPECIAL DEPART!M! 111 e Wi l interest you.''' ; , ,u/ i'i~ iVtxctt thi n 't p-Iztccd, .l .e t i . n ' it e n't r , li i' i r T ' tiu our .i ýii.o ( l n ý1/,o .r Tlen eioelst lline o ileadwiiare for chi l ren ev lt v n ver shown in this !i . w : n tu , , rhli t' a ro .h ttu,, rx, r o t .. ui ani l, " ' "" l1t . ...... l . orwtwe u Ii, ' I11 w telle a ignsll ftr ig htyr i YWe give away to or patronl t lat lirSl e Iersian Rugs. t, hl oolr c t lll to ll' el'at h, i' h '" h,1 r Ye' a wa"Slver Mounrted Russia I Leather Pocket Books. we %% Ill not dwell on t hi e high 'ou ii euli t pauid na b i . pass nId' ul utoe pli 1/f (11'(1 /(1k i ('11.r 1 Lether Pocket Books IA ) il' i 'l.le' ii l lt" I ktlo leavte of the artMisle', uiin, sMo rkntuhu b y b ,\h,lg Slveire linen Towels-* ilt' nrt:,nt advertisers, , ner `V, bh s ine s lso, rW ' st t t henri l he ' hae tir Al11, r1 III ari t'e II our ti t 1111.4 Solid Gold Watches with standard movements. is ore' ptiO ,to~...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 October 1896

THE PROGRESS._ _ N *SHREVEPORT, LA. SATURDAY, OCTOBR 24. 1896. PRICER 5 CEN T . . N. ....i..,uI ,w..u _ý........... .. ...............................,.... ý+.w YII rNYl ý X .ý Y " M .1 Ii' ~~ lý_' t'ý lý'rh ýý Vý' 7ýr ,rY ýY Y ./ ý . ar OStisfie101IOME ON.Ii se are satisfied there has beens many millions dollars worth of ranu ±factured go4ods forced on the market this season, anldI we have puI'l ch~asedandreceieved our shalreof samae. The argest portion of the oth stocki of TrHOS. GAR~Y of Newv York, were purchased by me. XWc 41i ohave the cheapest to the best articles this country or Europe cas produce ,ý_P eb we are going to sacrifice this season at figures lower than ever was known 4º SWe know that silver andl gold is hard to get, and every person is go I II to buy where they can get the most for the least money, and we are the ones e can save that person the most money. In coninection with LOW PI1ICl S wve arc going to give away a tnice ANO and every person buying One Dollars w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 October 1896

FARM I[ ND GARDEN. MATTERS CiF INTE(EST TO AGRICIJLTURISTS. . Uap-to-date Iloints About Cultiva tea of the Soil and Yields Thereof -Rorticulture, Vlticulture and I'lorl aiiture. lIE Rhode Island expcrinment station has the following suggestions to make on appile gtowing: Apple trees need S?1 water. If the sun \ soil in an oruiardi is deficient when the fruit is mnatur lax, as it frequently is, the trees cannot prodiuce a full crop of apples. however well they may have been fed and other WLre cared for. The lack of a suttlicent amount of water in the soil in orchards ftlen is the cause of apples dropping prematurely and the ripening of win tr fruit during the fail months. While it may be impracticable to attempt to apply water artificially in most cases, at least, to orchards in this state, yet much can be done by good management to prevent the needless escape of the matural supply. and in this way large quantitles of water may be retainedl In the soil for the use of the trees when i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 October 1896

rised His Physician 3 1ANI" the Courier-Journal, Louisville, the K. THEY ARI my rame is A. J. Nicholson, E my address is the Bull Block, lie, Iy., and I am the man you beard of as so persistently and in a Recent : ,.thusiasttcally proclaiming the rs Were ts of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for on the Mil people." On Her Thi .gyp to the first of last March I can fly say that for twenty years guffered all the agonies of an in- Havana, and death would have at times a welcome visitor. I had rnuscu- gagement rheumatism in its most vicious aide-de-can supplemented by what the do- Leite Vid called tuberculosis of the bones. almost constantly under the 'were killed ent of a physician and spent a Guayabito ble Dortion of my time in the Lucas and SIn 1893 I spent three monthsL 't institution where I underwent ers, were ' surgical operations for relief. the insurge t all the money I could raise whatever source went for medi- ince of Ma in one way or another. Iwould vided into say and every remedy t...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 October 1896

T-Er r'r<OG tU SS. SEMI-W EEKLY. Published evetry Thuirtday and Saturday BY HICKS BROS. o D. HICKS,................. Editor. -eatered in the Postoffice at Shreveport es' Second-Class Mail Matter. Ofice-20O; and 205 Milain Street, betweed Sprihg and Market. SUBSCRIPTION: On YeaR. ..... ...................One Dollar Six Mouths........... .........Sixty-five Cents Three Mouths.................Thirty-five Cents OSieial Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Union SHREVEPORT, LA.. OCT. 24, 1896. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR PREaIDENT, 1 I' /i i. w.5. 1YAL 1 OF NEBRABRA, FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, ARTHUR SE WALL, OF MAINE. -- t FOR CONGRESS : HON. H. W. OGDEN, OF BOSSIER. gONGRA1ULATIONg. CC A Friend Thinks Thev Are in 1 Order, TOME POLITICAL TALK BESIDEC, ; 1 Ur, Editor of The Progress: I think congratulations are now in I order, and the proper recipients, The t Erogrees and its editor. t ,After the Caddo delegation rE- t Itsed to indorse Senator Blanehard 4t the Congressional Convention-a e 'eaost meritori...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 October 1896

y Our White Ash 4 OR SRed Ash it I)IliRII ll!IllH1111IIUI m LR COAL! COAL! COAL! pIT'TSBURG, Anthracite, COAL o. DOMESTIC USE. N0 STACK. ALL LUMP, COAL ON THE MARKET. Prompt Dei very. JIll Wleigt Cuirad e lic Your Orders to the Gas orks. SUCCES$ 1'*' NOTICE, MI Text of Lousisann , Parish of Caddo.-No this bl43.-In F rst District Court. Ceession of Nancy Vandervier. sti1l e is hereby given that F. A. Leon- Mi Administrator, has this fbled his final account in o aid sucesealon and unless oppo- M be made thereto within the tine by law the same will be homol- our as prayed for and made the t of the court. e the Honorable A. D. Land, gueo of said Court, this 26th day ofi bher 1898. F. A. LEONARD. Clerk. snow Progress. October 8, 1898. M the al Thoughts in And Events. by -Dt Edited By Miss Mary Dinrie. :ii RODY roB TBrl$ fw WofIAN. , dear mother, come home with e fow, loCt.k in the steeple st' ikes one; id you were coming right bome irom the club, loon as the session was done. baby has sp...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 October 1896

C. D. HICKS, Editor. SHREVEPORT, - - - LOUISIANA. SImagination is to blame for most of Andi the cowards that exist. Se Jam Few people appreciate how much of a stree 'burden they are to themselves. St. r ________St. c Happy is the man who thinks his on a possessions superior to those of other ons people. Se ed m It is hard to make a loser see any empl good in gambling or a winner discover 'Algi any harm. Seco: whic No man has a right to inconvenience ed. the public by his methods of avenging private spites. New The world is apt to wish you well and Davi let you starve unless you do some mov- row Ing on your own account. struc two The proper way to live is to try to escal improve on what is, instead of lament- Th ing about what might have been. ed X stree A woman is never quite so happy ascars she is when lecturing a boy, no mat- ars ter whether it does any good or not. yar ond In these days people seem to pay and more attention to flash than to finish A in estimating men and mercanti...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 October 1896

P ROUTE " PACIFC OfERS THE PUBLIC passenger Serlc8 BET'XEENII IXAS AST M]D S)U1TBHAST. on Ball Train I ýZD ONE HlOUR IN TIli. 7,r; Wnrth, 7:fl5 a.m.. Dallas, sUnion Depor, 0:15 a vu. Ar.- i 'Loi, 7:'6 n.m. next d+y. d gEnniDg Zapes gTS BEh QU:CKEYED 9s TO ST. LOUIS AND TEHE EAST. BOURS TO MEMPHIS. JOUR TO NEW ORLEANS, YTwo DAYS BETWEEN S AND NEW YORK. an Bnffec Sleeping to St. I3rns, Chicago. O.ltans and PacSo Oy onIu*" eachk way be. ilWirkhand Memphis. kets, rites an'd frtner nfeor Si1 on or address your ea;:ea t L. S. THORNE, Vice*Pres". and Uen'l Mgr, j o 'S ON ME "LIER, Cen. Pass. and Tirket Agt, W. A DASHIELL, Traveling t'assente r Alr nt D. HICKS OF PEACE AND NOTARY P'IILIC ons taken promptly and in SCollections given busineoss tion. m Street, Shrevyeport, La, CAREFULL1 ATTENDPI TO. E. MAPLES, orney*at*Law. lum Street, SHREVEPORT, LA WINCHELL'S KING SYRUPI 'ine for all diseases lni;ldent to lates the bowels; assiste dendt d rhea and dysotentry in the worst uket sore thro :is a...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 October 1896

_ 'ý The following 0 __ SPECIAL DEPARTIENIT ~?~t DeWill interest you. k nth :n Dress Goods (O1C Yl if lOOinUi. 11 or exfectr satisf act3·C Ion1 (r15tz'tavnrterd on can form concluions owisdom The ress and People say never in the1 history ofSrvpr;teunanimous exp~essions of the leading and best Capes f1 our city, as wela toal tagers, traveling men, who see the greatest of all ood hins tht a re goin: ll agnree that in few. cities could our stock and JaIckets styl s he equaled There mustibe more thai ordinary merit in our jt I The Largest Shoe Department in this city. store keeping. When we gave our Grand Opening Thursday Iight. e The ges stock of aCoats i this secti e we naturally egrpected a crowd. butno sac h crowd and crush as did tppear. Weeers The largestoek of Maekiutosh Coats in this section. feehighly gratified and heartily thank the good people for showing the inter- The finest line of IIeadware for children ever shown in this city, est in our constant efforts to please them. ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 31 October 1896

STHE PRO R ESS. NO. 38. SHREVEPORT, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31. 1896. PRICE 5 CE ýý . ww w 0 Dress Goods etc. Capes etc. lannels S w or sted s, a ysor 'trd color s .. . c Cott ni ilai iel 4 _ 4 Y2c per yard , B alnorals Wa s oIt-eds ...r................ to G Tickilng, . per yard Skirts, He s * 35 to t5o 5 Domestl - 4e per yard Chemise, - - NNorelties, .......... . 40 to 900 Bleechi.. gs - 4c per yard Gowns . vlies 2.... . ........... ... 4 o I1 pllel r l,, r yard Ladies capes; silks and plush e1 to " l litos.. ................ ..25 to e I('1 ots - - 8c per yard 3Jackets - $1 .25 to 4 SPlad all woo....... .. 15 to 4 c io s -. 4 1-4c per yard Ladies ",apes - Si~ t. . .....0. Jean) ,5t . . I - llity 5- i ' ard Ladies hat iowers in large arieties .t...,............ ;.. to . mens' Sooons 4l0c to 1 10 White damask 0 to S. ..................... to The Chli (Ire.n's shioes - 2i Red daliiasas 5 to , lSertie . ............. ..... to g Mcii's shoes, ct lf. - 10 Vaise. - 451 to V2 sI );,rI " ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 31 October 1896

C. D. HICKS, Editor. SHREVEPORT, - - LOUISIANA. No man ever forgives people whe ridicule him. Eccentricities are the queer things other people do. People who do as they agree to sel. dom volunteer agreements. People one hates are always sure to posture where the light is brightest. The man who can make people forget his clothes is on the highway to great less. Photographs never grow old. That's why newspaper pictures make every. body look young. Mayor Pingree of potato patch fame is an early riser. He's now called the early rose mayor of Detroit. In many localities in Iowa corn will be used for fuel. Coal is $11 a ton an I corn 11 cents a bushel in some places If women were as pleased to se4 each other as they pretend to be, whal an amount of happiness a sewing cir, cle would contain. A man seems by some remarkably shining good qualities to induce the world to put up with other character lstics that are a nuisance. Australia, which was nearly cre. mated with heat last January, is no...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 31 October 1896

OPER .BROS.,) PROTI RUSSIA AND SIST THE U' _-,u n ( i'thl" --i t' S )t te' r _-7, ý'11 K aluL iin I I official circle''s it will have tn' --par't of both Ru -... - apprloaching is' -1 ;adequate protect eveport Transfer Co., , ,on . 1have returned a 700, 702, 701, 70G and 708 Texas St., Cor. Louisiana. the conditions from the inforn Facilities are Unsurpassed for any Buiness offered in !, ,~isItnt S:, ,aftelr persofnal islanrlds, statiln also have a large Lot of IIorses and Vehicles tnat we the I'ar,. , wa Bargasin. agred to the Saarnain*ieasons wouldl f tinit." S....- .... ..1..Te .Japan( ready to join 1 v ortsDruggist. plan of seal Pi Uhreveport's Druggist. also of Inelhd h- inlg extermni o N ld to he of ufnitted States Spirates have 1 anese ports. -DEALER IN- han; been buill gasaki. Not] Sel iles ls t to he rer, M ship und out sealing V iv mentswantS reaching, so as tothe pet -Makes a Specialty of- seals and o The Russi "be said aull -D I an extensic seals. It t which are warrant...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 31 October 1896

TtEy PROGfE SS. SEMI-WEEKLY. 'Published Ievery Thursday and Saturday) O D. HICKS,. ............ Editor. Entered in the Postofilce at Shreveport aý Second-Class 'Mail Matter. Office-203 and 205 Mbillan Street, hetwed Spring and Market. SUBSCRIPTION: One Yea. ...... ............... One Dollar SI Months .......... ....Sixty-five Cents Thre Months...............Thirty-five Cents 9SIeial Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Union SHREVEPOR'., LA.. OCT. 31, 1896. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. I' FOR PRESIDENT, 6 ett naD I plh w. .. A, . cal OF NEBRARAR FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, ARTHUR SE WALL, .0F MAINE. _Mr .FR CONGRESS : HON. H. W. OGDEN, OF BORSSIER. h AND ST. ANDREW TOO. vr the The Wild Man of Borneo, or What is it? of ion the McKinley Side Show. the The McKinley side show-ycleped of 1 the Palmer and Buckner con biuation yoi gave its second performance in our car pity last Thursday night. Since its eiti Jt appea>pce here some four week- ] b ~ i added several curiosities wh 6iit rie~ it hoped to draw a ...

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