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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 September 1892

THE PROGRESS. Our Main Mission: The Upbuilding of Shreveport and North Louisiana. L. I. SHREVEPORT, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1892. NO. 3 I "C. . ATZEURC, DENTIST. . ... .  1 nnu nun • n, COALRTW MAT Ithb, 14'. nn Mutual Life Insurance OOMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. HN R. FELL, GEN'L AGENT, Na. 48 Cuap tera, OrIaa, La IINUAL DIYIDEID PAYING COMPAITNY II AMERICA. 6 5sape1,1Me J t pe y. "a senste s eN sw hlslla I se yreeod ls wet ey u srs Iacst.r eesmneemIsat beeN sed always to he dames ln the Luarest Aemel DII rargsepa sem latSs haUslea sem wis sIlalmsm"I aso ws last . efley beeued by lbe one Is petesmtei bulaeeuly agais Ipe" e tuisles. with she 13P1 MUTUAL anies meser serals sdet adIveets etatures be bLd Is my perley ime by a y etbe sampeay. mad Ipe Ms or .edltlee., bele the bas embudIseet of she bs sad mst Ubeesl mad Pee. re s She eo sean t Ie Usedorw tlas. ,II IML IN ORlATION AND, TERMS, CALL ON OR ADDORESS evspoft, - - . Loui.ia. CO WOLF, I ý"ý 11M s em barr~m~wI NuWIWP i ~i :...

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 September 1892

A QUEER REVENGE. THE STORY OF A HUNT AFTER SHARKS. How a Voyage Regan sad Ended In Trag edy-The Man Who Lent His Brother Thltough a Shark and Was Finally Last Itlensclf in a Similar Way. IConyright. IIMt, by Charles B. Lewls4 In the month of November, 18681 the Liverpool s.ip John Ilunnewell left Mel. bourne, Au.straliae for the voyage home. ,he carried as panengers two brothers. iJohIn coud Jmoeph Laytoo. They were twins, forty-two yearaold. and neither had ever married. They had come out to Aus tralia at the age of twenty, made their fortunen in sheep and were now going back to the old country on a visit. The fact of their taking passage in a sailing craft was due to their intimate acquaintance with the captain. lie was, if I remember right, a distant relative. We hail made a fast ran of half the dis tance to the ('ape and all had gone well with everybody on board when there came a (lead calm which lasted two days and nights. On the afternoon of the second day a strange sea bird m...

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 September 1892

io THE CHEESEMAKING SEASON. aItryman sad CLeeemaker .It ae a Good FriendL h A cheesemaker should smell of every batch of milk before he accepts it, and ad itf it smells sour or tainted he should w never allow it to go into the vat. Some 7 makers, especially the inex·erienoed J ones, do not really know the smell of J( good milk, and so without knowing it they daily accept fluid that is off the ooks in quality. Of course, before the process of man facture is completed, they either dis- h cover the imposition that has been made V upon them, or else attribute the trouble with the curd to some fault of their own i manufacture. What hours and days o anxiety and mental misery have re. P Malted to makers when the latter view l3 kma been taken by them, and It was the A wrong onel At last in despair a state a upet from the dairy commission would be called in, and he, aided, by long ex psriunce, would soon find the cause of te trouble. I have known a number of instances Ne this, and with the r...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 September 1892

TH.E FROGRESS. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY Heeks & Wllllams. Entered in the Pmaaee at Cbreveport as becond-CL.e Mail Matter. OFrIC" It stpring Stret, Weteen Mmila lid Crockett' - scUB lPTIO'N: One YealS ..................... ...O, Dollar. Tbye outhe ..... .......... Thirty-lvl etO uts. C. D. HICKS,. - - ErTron. G. G. WILLIAMS, - - MaNaR. LOCAL ITEMS. Call on or Telephone W. L. BarnMs & Co., 523 and 525 Louihiaa street, for Family Groceries and Country Produce The cheapest house in the city. REMOVAL. Dr. E. G. Allen will move his office on Satnurday to the new Zodiag building, on Texas street, two doors aiove the opera house, up stairs. While he is already one of our most active and leading phpsician, we are patisfied the change will be for good. Don't fail to note the change of loca tion. DENTISTRY. Dr. Win. P. Terry, late of Balti more, Md., and a regular graduate of the Baltimore College of Detal Bar gtery, has permanuently loated at Dr. Hawley's old stand and associated h...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 September 1892

S VU5LIC SCUOOL, " W" 1 e a special tour of the pb , to se for ourseves in or- a aerm the genal publie what Sdone by our exoellent ent, Mr. H. Hargrove, aofess that we were anr- b S the amount of work that apes accomplished darun the va- iuid i- the way of spplvyi more to mr a oomoda m or the Tb od the dear children. The thou ss visited wasn the McLeary as th bulding. There we tound hold Ies, the principal, directing inte Saini touches. EverythWm will an air of comfort sad and will be ready to te pupils on Monday morn- sour mit MUses Howell, Foreman TI lagle will compose the asds- the of this department There will amprovement here in com- anti ,oe of the nioag rooms we not - anywhere for the frst prel The other rooms are well and with all necessary aparatus the department We next via- the y emaMnue SchooL Thebe be- aroc us there, we inquired of Mr. brit as to the preparation that abl Made there;s he infarm us soo e -sything is in rediaes for the shbo This school ill be pre- mu evir...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 September 1892

SSISTER MARTHA. By AUGUSTA LABNED y:pyrlbsht, AIM. by Aneercan Prme Age tkoa.l "Don't you know me, Vinier' he whislperew,. bonding toward her ear. Puuslewl lines ran in her foreheal and then sudrlnly the light sprang into her eyes. "Why yes, of course I know you --you are Georgo IUligh." Tlhes, she paused. as if trying to frame a question for which the words would not come, and said at last: "Where am 1, George?" "You are here in my house. Vinie. I brought you here in my arms away from the fire." "Oh, yes," msaid she, growing brighter. "I reinemlher now. I was alone hi the house; Ant haul gone to nmeeting. Then I saw the people all running and heard them ca!ling. 'Pirn, And I don u'teenm to rnmember what happelned after that." Her gazr was wistful and questionaing now as it rested on the captain's tace. There seemed ýo many things she wished to ask. but for which she could not frame sententces. "You are not afraid to trust me, Vi ale?" "Oh, no, George." with a little smile about her...

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 September 1892

ion and Temperance ;I Vi HAPPINESS OF GIVING. th go SCbaritSble Sheemaker Wae 'med bay Our Wavleor. again took up his work" and to stitch. After working some in ig he saw that it was growing in1 l hbe could no longer see to sww. er through the window he saw a to pass by. "Well," he thought u , t is time for me to havea fa - $e arose, and after trimming g sad lighting it he hung it up f prepared to work. y e put his tools away and hi up the scrape, after which he & the lamp ou the table. He next ron the holy book from the shelf. openin It at a place which marked with a piece of leather, placing the book on the table it at an entirely different place, m be did so he remembered yestee. em. At the same time he heard il la the room, as if ome one.wa behind him. He turned sudden sad fancied he saw a number standing in the corner, bit he to recognise them. Present- p ise whispered: ; h, Martin, did you not know V ?' mattered Martin. - renpeatedbe voice. "It s I," --Mpanovitch(whom he ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 September 1892

THE- PROGRE-SS. THE TICKETS. Democratic. For President. Gaov3s CLrTZLAID. of New York. For Vice-President, ADLA IL sVsMssOn of ilinois. Preibitlore. For President, JoIN BIDwLtr. of California. For Vlce-President. DI. J. B. CarasINYL of Tese. People's Party. For Presldent. JAxas . Wavm.aof lows. For Vice-President. Jamua G. FIELD. of Virginia. Republican. For President, BJsaxxN HAsuaIoN, of Indiana. For Vice-President. WarrLAWr. R.1D, of New York. FOR CONORESS. We are authorised to sanounce the SiNO. NEWTON C. BLANCHARD as d Sodidkte for re-eleutloo to the 5M8 Cong a, from the Four h District, subject to ,omlatlioon by the Demooratic party. 1N JUSTICE TO MR. BLANCHARD. In last week's issne of Tax Paoo :ss was a querry, "Are the Cards stocked." in which we stated that t here was much diasatisfaction in the )omsooratic ity, on account of the -.ode sdeated 1 t eoreative com iittee to 'mmzs! Congresseman. T'h Mr. Eant -Was dissatisfied with it beemme hi thought it was .lone purely 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. — 24 September 1892

THE PRO R ESS. Our Main Mission: The Upbuilding of hreveport and North Louisiana. . I. SHREVEPORT, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1892. NO. 34 1t fli ttu ittilaflrla irn i Ia - _ - Wi t11t .it1UIUi MfM~lLJ] 17I C. RATZBURC, .DENTIST, 511 Terse Str..t, Ovow E ]1 heim r's. *tl 1tCdINM1r1hlmlrnI+ CHARTERED MAY 27th, 1847. nn Mutual Life Insurance COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. HN R. FELL, GEN'L AGENT, No. 46 Camp Street, New Orle2ns, La. ANNUAL DIVIDEND PAYING COMPANY IN AMERICA. Is a purely Mutual Company. guarantee of its Solidity is its record for nearly half a century. Iseemmencement it has stood always in the advance as the Largest Annual Dlvi Company, combining absolute security t Ith minimum cost to the insured. mailey Issued by the Penn is protected abeolotely against lapse or forfeiture. with the PFZN MUTUAL unites more desirable and advautageonu features befeund in any policy Issued by amy other company, and imposes no harsh or esaditios, being the best embodiment of the best and mo...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 September 1892

TI-E PROGRESS. THE TICKETS. Democratic. For President, invaa CLEVEILAD. of New York For Vice-President. ADLAI E. STEVEISOS. of l0linois. Prohibition. For President, JoHN BIDWELL, Of California. For V;ce-PresidenL Pa. J. B. CUAxPIL., of Texas. People's Party. For President, JAas B. WRAVa. of Iowa. For Vice-President. JAMEs 0. FIaLD. of Virginia. Republican. For President, .l.sa! Im HAaRISoN. of Indiana. For Vice-President. WaHItLAW RID. of New York. SOit CONGRESS. We are auborized to announce the !roN . NEWTON V. BLANCH]ARD as . :i ndidete for re-election to the 53d Cong Ses.., from the Four h District, subject to n,,minaItion by the Democratic party. "GLOVE CONTESTS-" While we think boxing should be taught as a physical exercise which .develops the general muscles of the body, and being conducive to health, Iresides fitting one for a degree of dexterity and strength sufficient for personal protbction, we think that all the moral influence of this Union and of the world, should be c...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 September 1892

to.OPERATIVE MILK COMPANY. out rdeerS Kmew Meow to Make. Milk Pay. AMioroe, Orange county, N. Y.. on -Ma* of the Erie railway, is the cream "- the Monroe Dairy seaociation, one ca ad most succesful of its class. It Ow S- sanisedin 181 by a few of the era e dairy farmers of that vicin-. C who had become tired of the hap. I y a manner in which the milk bus th - had been so long conducted. and doe g thought they could see a better 7 caepital stock has been increased for Aes the beginning of its busiaess, and chi -Wa, at its par value, stands at $12.000, j b ha small part of the stock is still t, Shs hands of tlhe company unsold. No de o save a produacer of milk can pr- mi r astock, and the amount anay one o > eineer may bold is limited by his milk in The business has been a ssas from the start, and today the 1 I the par value of which is ten dol. yi are held at ifteen dollars to any r who desire to become stock The general manager, H. M. More. rse receives a liberal salary, the ...

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 September 1892

THE- PROGRESS. I'tlIIaI.NIICS IV'WIIY ATIURDAY By Hiceks & Williams. E1,tereJ in tH'. Ionetfiuimle at shreveport as trpE:,,nl.4 1,.l. Mall Matter. ,vvic·.. t:12 l8pziung rtset, between Milam and t'rckl tttll hltl BCI:I IO ': o() Yetr. ..... ...... ........... One Dollar. . M lthl.. ........... .. ty- ve (C.Ila. 1 hrvc ML,oth ........... '.hlrtylilve Ceats. C. D. HICKS, - EDiTosR. G.G. WILLIAMS. - - MANAGER. oI'l: 4UNEV.UAI. AGENT. lir. M. Iinis;l. is now the general ] ..iRe'Ilt of I'I jiE io)Cial's, taking the lhtce of Mr. V. V. Daniels. who is ,ti, loi,,r ctn)itAitd with this paper. Any colurtlehie4 extended to Mr. I)itragn will Ile fully appreciated by u1: IHe Is unh1111orized to solicit sub N'ripI,tn-, adIvort isomuents and job plri.ti,. andt any Iusiness connected with tl.. ofic'". SN.vral eulinulicatioiq were re c,'iveul h.I late' for publication, and will appeulr in our next iNaue. ItBai- our wonderful premium of -- p Teassea tlrdl ('ngr \= .rtli $1 (1)4, go at 75e. The F...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 September 1892

OUR PREMIUMS. Rtre Opportunity to Secure l Reading Matter. PsooassE has finally succeed -a usking special arrangements a large and reliable bargain whereby it is enabled to offer to subscribers which will' mything that has ever been of by a home journal in the State These premium gifts of the most select standard whereby one can smeure a library at a trifling cost, a sothing. you may say. A de of some of these prizes will in this issue of THE PROO ad1 with this ueans of secur coice collection of good books, be solely the fault of anyone or he does not secure it. is no windy circus notice, aws much and means little, is an absolute certainty. 6me fully aware of the fact that offering something which is unknown in this part of the but the arrangements have made, and we are thus en o bid defiance to hard times, our subscribers that which usually luxuriate in only in pioda that this paper has named, and it has already ight to be called Tax Paoo m its brief existence it has place around t...

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 September 1892

THE WINE OF THE BIBLE. Why Farmer Newberry GavOe p Taking a Drop Now and Thea. h "Bill, ye may argify all day, and ye c can't git them words out o' the Bible where it says 'wine that maketh glad d the heart of man,' and 'give strong drink a to the heavy hearted,' and -use a little h wine for ytr stomlach's sake,' and 'give c strong drink to him that is ready to per. c ish,' and more of the tame kind, which h I'd find fer ye if I wasn't in such a hurry to git that hay in from the south med. r der." That evening the weekly paper ar 1 rived, and Eill-otherwise William II. i Newberry, aged twenty-two, graduate of the State Normal school, son of Farm er Newberry, studying to fit himself for teaching--came uponm a notice of a lec ture by a woman, entitled "The Bible on Wine," to be given at the village, four miles distant, a few evenings later. When the t:aIe arrived he rode to the village on horsebalck, provided with pa per and pencil, and deternined to take full notes. The lecture was j...

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 September 1892

GOLD PIECE. hm pin biningg shore close to where int Sdashed and broke into long thr lines of foam a little boy het y rolling a yellow gold piece eag - le yellow of the sand. The wind caught his hair and Out isaced in his eyes. The gold we ased in the sunlight that hin sroe the beach and struck me cdiffs beyond with a dazzling to 1 Again and again the child wii s gold n his chubby hand and els ning in swift curves. Then tac aoe a roguish breeze lifted his tnr triving to keep his headgear he let his eyes wander for an T°1 - his treasure: when his gol "-et reached the place where he it would be lying, the gold r a t there--it had mysteriously a sei of chagrin darkened his jubi- hip Be wondered what had be- a S sl money. Perhaps it had leto a crevice of the jutting rock from the bluff overhead. it not have rolled into the Anyway. he could not find it, 'e was disconsolate at his loss. Sbe alsadoned the search, and dewa in the sand he began to cry Algt grew dim. and a tall go figure r...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 September 1892

BE FAIR AND JUST. For some time past the Shreveport Times, with tbe view, it said, of changing a costly judiciary system, c has been devoting much time to pro- t seedings in the "minor courts," and I while doing so never fails to send in I anderhand licks in such a way as to t always land on the city justicesotthe f peace. It has tried to make' it ap pear that these courts are costing the h parish large sums of money. unnec essarily, almost panporizing the tax- d pavers: claiming all the time when t accosted on the subject, that it had , no intention of reflecting on the t, magistrates at all, but was after the a "system" alone. Apparently these verbal expressions a were fair enough, but it is somewhat tl strange that in every instance it hart a articles on the subject, it never once a lid the magistrates the justice to de- v .lare. what their author was willing p tad did state in private, that no reflec- ri .ion whatever was intended on them. This paper mentioned, as well as ol any...

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

Our Main Mission: The Upbuilding of Shreveport and North Louisiana. OL. I. SHREVEPORT, LA.. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1892. NO 35. mum mn!! mani a I • mH • N il lm am Ha n! NN a DR. C. RATZBURC, DENTIST. I 1.31S Teze. u e..t, Over ~~L -I~· F OCHARTrL MAY 8th, 1841. a 0 en Mutual Life Insurance COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. HN R. FELL, GEN'L AGENT, No. 46 Camp Stret,. New Orleans, La. ANNUAL DIYIDEND PAYING COMPANY IN AMERICA. • r a PMW is Is purely Mutdal Company. I eas guarease of its Solidity is its record for nearly half a century. seuameuement it has stood always in the advance as the Largest Annual Divi Company, combitngi absolute security with minimum cot to the lansured. Pq1iey lased by the Pens is protested abolately against lapse or forfeiture. wthh the PKIQ( MUTUAL unites more desirable and advantageous features beused I. ay llm lsned by any other company, and Imposes no harsh or -IaMi~N, adig She beat embodiment bf the best and most liberal and pro Is the ssme~eI Lite Underwritin...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 1 October 1892

THE PROGRESS. THE TICKETS. )enloerratle. Fur P're 1idcnt. Glovr, (I.4.'Vi.AI.ND. of 'New York' For Vie-Pl' resident, ADt.AI E. ETf':VEP ,. ofr 1l11 ois. Prohilhilton. For I'resident.I JollN 1ll r0 .L. (of ialifornia. For \'ie- I'res.lIent. :)... 1. ('I . ' I"II., of T ixal. l'.ople', Pa'rty. For l'realdtot, .JAMF II. 'AVKaI. 4of olws. Fur \'i 'President, JAMls (i. FauI.aL of Virginia. Ite.pnlilean. For hl'neIeknt. ,r.1.ArA 'vP IIA )lNI) .., of Indiana. .or V r-l'rePrsident. WIIIT, l.A 1.W I:, of New York. t We are autlhorw.el to snnotnate the 1 IO()N. NE'A1')N ('. IILAN('IIARl)as A 41llldidal*t f,1or l.-elc.(iol to tIe 5lI Conng. 1 re., fromt the, Four It I)lstrie., ubjec to t louInittIlot hy the Iktunoerileu I;arty. NOT WHEAT. BUT TARES. ' Since the days of the Messianc F parable, there have been constant r repetitions of the sowing of wheat, i, but at harvest time, finding there- c with many tares. This is true not only in a literal, but likewise in a figurative sense. 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. — 1 October 1892

NEUFCHATEL CHEESE. 'n Stewsart's Dlircrtions for Mlmak lg Uthe Anericaia Neufchatel. chstel 'chees i anll exceetdingly unall ch(eese in the markets of cities:. It is the Anwrican i.ni of the French Neufchatel. They ly Imade from whole mrilk, immediately after being drawn is into crocks and treated with The crocks are then ilaced in which are covered with woolen SAfter having stold forty-eight the crocks are emptied into a lined with a clean white cloth standing over a trough to drain. twelve hours the corners of the are folded closely over the curds,. thus envelope are placed within and left for twelvo hours. They put into a strong linen cloth, in they are thoroughly kneaded and in every part until the caseous -battery parts are perfectly mixed e into a homogeneous paste. this paste is too soft the cloth is until the surplus moisture is wn. If it is too hard and dry cards are added from that of the milking, which is now draining. pold, which is open at both ends, is rather more than...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 1 October 1892

THE PROGRESS. UBLISHED EVERY -ATURI)AY BY Hicks d Williams. . _-=---= ".tertd in the I'ostotOee at Shreveport as S.eond-class Mall Matter. Orvaice: 612 Spring Street, between Milam :.d Clockett. SUBSCRIPTION: S:uc Year. ............. ......... One Dollar. i. Months ......... ....... Sixty-tive V'ents. SMo ths.................Thirty-five Cents. :.D. HICKS, - - - - EDITOR. . G. WILLIAMS, - - - MANAGER. i. L. IltANES & CO'S I't(ICE LIST FOlt ONE WEEK. 1 quart Tomato Catsup, Triumph :rand, 40c. 1 quart French Peas, 20c. 1 quart Mushrooms. 20c. 1 quart Lobsters. 20c. 1 quart Plum Pudding, 15c. 2 quarts Plum Pudding, 25c. 5 quart bucket Pro-erves, 50c. 5 quart bucket jelly, 50c. California Claret, best, 60e. Casino Tea, 55c. 1 Pint Pickled Onions, 35c. Itra Isird ('ages ] 1'orth $100t, go at 75c. The Fair. TO-D)AY IS A IIt)LIDAY. Today is a holiday among the Is aelites of the country, being the day ,f atonement. It will be rigidly ob erved by the suspension of all busi ess in which an...

Publication Title: Progress, The
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