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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 1 October 1892

ALCK Ii ISON ACQU'ITTED. T e trial of Aleck Hudson closed I Friday night, after the PROGRESS gone to press. The verdict was of acquittal and the prisoner from the court-room a free man. case had a brief history, but full of incidents despite its brev It was hard fought from start to i and though lasting bot two j the court-room was tilled with c all watching and listening t -trr interest to every detail. btate was represented by Dis- t Attorney John It. Land, assisted 'gp B. ti. Lichtenstein, while I Hicks & Hicks and Arthur Kahn appeared for the defend- t Between sixteen and twenty testified in the case, and this had closed and the argu was about to begin, the interest I increased and the court-room t became packed to a great iucon- I by citizens of all classes, do- E -atiions, races and conditions, r y anxious to hear every word I fell from the counsels' lips. Lichtensteiu opened the argu- I for the commonwealth and kept j r about one and three-quarter lie has a fine voice, wh...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 1 October 1892

TAE DISASTER CF C;',.NKNNESS . It Threatens to Overwhrlm the Country I with a flooad of Wooe. So great is the disaster, from an sco nomic point of view, wrought by the blnor traffle that (er:nany thas insti Lited a most exhaustive ill\n'vtigation. This investigation has resulted in the d,.c'laration that the ahlohol habit re ,i tees the available military etrength of the emrilire by 15 per cent. The investi , .tion was conit:lted a: coriing n Ithlie 1i ;hest standard of (;Gerin::I thorough t.... c'onlucted in a contry where pub i opinion is stro ngily in favor of he. and wine drinking, andl the reslLs do. i.rad must be lc isidt red as ,trr:ved a. very conscrvatively. Will our social rnformer of, the eco In uic schoxols in Auntirica panue one "v ,nent and consid,.r it( th',rlh;- r'l. m vu "urey have in the I ,q r- traflic? 'Ilthe i I;ctnettnt against liquor can beo made :lore severe in Anieriecs than in Ger .any. The pens of poverty are not . led alone front tl:e hunmller walks of ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 1 October 1892

WAYSIDE GLEANINGS,. poo, p.rl)l are slluppliee with aspre free aee ..trfle by i Ih.oton swriety. At the royal mnlat lt ,t.lrkhiolmn a won t Shlas for years: been tihe lengraver of pedaim. There have r'n 194 to1 milister, ,of war in pailn turlmr th' centurylllr , the averagec tlhDe of servi'r bring 14ix monUmti1M. nhllsah jndtge of emtrte of c anize. andl isi prius g,'t $I7;.51) ir slty for their sr erv gew.--timlle nly beii roulnteol while they n e onr crcit. U Forty-four famliree in .Jutnction City,l ian., have all thleir fIln ilrelair'l by a ro Werftliv ic, kingl c'll1,. 'lb The 1, h h been ti  woyears In rxlt'ncr. It The block which probalblyaI ham the liaret rt ltion of any in tlhe world Le In New It ~r. lhoulndel by Aventl,' I aml (', Secohnl t Third i rlts. It has a popullltintl of a %,MlO, or at. the murprisrlng rate of 1,(O,00, tl 5I the square mile. A lork on the door of a ho1t11Ah In Plym. a-th. Enlandll. ,1 twitea tktenl to piecerc tr repair" wlus flound to con'tain all ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 1 October 1892

"T1IID) (IATER IN THE lHUI)RON TRI.AL. When it became generally known Saturday that the jury had rendered a verdict of acquittal in the ca'e against Mr. Aleck iHudson, there was considerable excitement and munch rldliRnation expressed by many cti zens. This feeling increased until it culminated in a call being made in our city dailies Hunday morning for the citizens of Shrevsepoirt to assemble at the court house Mlonday night, and give nt expression of their opinion regarding theu action of the jury. Pursuant to this ('all, a large con couree of whites and negro)s aasem bled at the llace named, and con Irary to the u-ual custo)mn, the room was taxed tto hold thorn by the time the hi:ur for assembling had been tolled oTf hy the town clock. The whit,'r who met there were a representative body of mun, drawn 1 from the various rwalks and vocationls of social and IusimLes life. There was a determinwd caltnmess about the whole affair, which bespoke a firm resolution to cai ry out the proj...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 October 1892

TEE PO F ES S Our Main Mission: The Upbuilding of Shreveport and North Louisiana. SHREVEPORT, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1892. NO . R. C. RATZBURC, DENTIST, *1e. 318 Texas Street, Over Bedenheimer's. l un tli llt!t: ll l1111141 1101 t il, Moit hiermi CHIAZTERED MAY 27th, 1847. V.,r and ti' 'Phi' without tht nn Mutual Life Insurance :'it;"t fo tlthe 1 'edri al tremlac". No COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. - i I tie fortl n HN R. FELL, GEN'L AGENT, hlw p ltall itil-1 No. 46 Camp Street, New Orleans, La. , t ,, I ty, . I ,y t t n11111o r tov'r+ 1 GEST ANNUAL DIVIDEND PAYING COMPANY IN AMERICA. nl,-ilt It wtl thirt' v ,t andl, reinltalhe, PEWN is a purely Mutual Companv. (n tht I ring best guarantee of its Solidity is its record for neanrly half a renturrr. aul itflit ,lv'Ie ( minaltacommencement it has stood always in the advanee as the largest Anlnuatl Divi- State LIottuC ry Palying C4ompany, combiui :nl absolute sencrity with minimunm nost II the insured. ntam ifom lul very Policy issued by ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 October 1892

THE- PROGRESS. THE TICKETS. FN 1' , j 'it. For Vi( .-Plr,-ielnt,. Prohiit Ition. (IN 3111.u I ,fralifornia. Sr ViE c-Presirent. .Ir .3. 1 CI:A' lI l T, o: Texas. 1`coplr'. Part . Itor I::si.Acut, J', r-. VIT. (.\\ FAiP..of Io ao. F ,,r V ict -Pre'i lent. J cAr: - ,. FIE:LD. ,.f \'ir;ij. Fir Pres;ent. r N A-.l IN IIAKI::IN, o'f Indiana. For 1 ice-Presi-lenlt, \\I:I11! A\ l:Ill, of N'Wc York. '.'e are aulthol'ized to ahnnouIc(' the g N. NE' TOtN C. BL,ANt'IIARD as a :utli :,!t, f, r re-election to Ihe ".1 ('olg 4s, fromi the Four h D)istrict, nsuject to in.. itia ioll Il t he )lem t ror'tic part . TAKE WARNING. In Caddo parish, Democracy was e(ver in a more uncertain condition iian she is right now. Her strength • eas never so feeble, her future so un :avorabla. A spirit of dissatisfaction tad unrest pervades every portion of ictr domain, and the people have ,.ached that state of mind when tIeas of revolt are considered and 'rurturea'. Not a revolt either, but rather a secession, as...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 October 1892

Cs OF DICKENS. b. iden In ai INT eUILDINGS MADE FA- ond tlf   THE NOVELICT. Hawdlo by Mr. by his t -r~pled by the Genius of the oplum. ased, with Characterr That pestife: go All, Are Fast Disappearing dear I Lundon-Illeak lHouse. him do leadin another of the fast vanishing Durdei peopled by the geniu:s of '.bo arn cr Sopelist with characters more gate ai in some respects than their spot is lhabitants, will be nouexistenlt. Cathei Lincoln's-inn-fields from Great half w t. turn to the right, pause at sell co .cture Mr. Tulkinghorn emerg- midwa ning f ot chatmbers where lie e ie umaggots in nuts." Im- I'e walking through the inn, it was beneath its ancient Tudor gate- gone visiting Mr. Suagaby, tile law one d in OCok's ourt. Cursitor street, dren of asc.erta;inlg where Nemo, aspha -oue lauw writer. lives. area, to the sboth of Old Buildings, rennia t side of Chancery lane, are court and Chichester Rents, sette. approached through a tun oe alongside the Three Tuna As use. To the Rents...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 October 1892

1C, PR7OGFRESS. it iN : iliiz' 1 '. ,ý--: !ý1 1'1 ýIllll:'1ýh1T`4 to:I11 1 1 . i 1 f r h ,1'', C111 (, l'I t l! I h C i ll, 1 1 ' "1' 1'1 I, ;it ' I ir. I v i iii,;!'. 11,114. I'.' h 1i t . Lli' 4I, . I pf1' i ll. I't' n·1 I r1 a ~ltI 1: i 14X1 itay r" I; ((i. 1t11o 1 1h:: I iI Ii · h: . ;111 ,.· 1;1,1 1'\.11 t 114 ,11"",'t4 'I11 111? II n ' hl jl il\' 'x1''1'1 lnr, 1114 I (·)I l v ý th i 1" I" I t, l R tI i~tii * l y:,i ' lilt'rt . i(11'111 Hhat1. 7'111 (·,ri I I''~il~'~c 41 Pit I ii 1). i1 w'i11 1l~ic{' tr ~ 111,tl. lxii s 1 f144 " {ut i:11 in,` uI'I V#% ~ l c i" :l ul I Hr1 :I1i l u"r h( ' ti e .-4t, wI xrk, tll' p. `..,.o l º . 1., 1 :t t t :111 ol l' ·t t VII, ~11 t~ cllc.·ln fc ~r. iV T rrIk 1. 1,,1", +f",i 1 llti lit i 1M it tiet \\'1111irt h . tI-i 1 tu tI taiit titiW. atl. il 4149 i ; 1 TII4M ; er "; i. -lit i ll' 44t"i- l) iji at othlr teli' ft 4tlt.' It 1~~1~1~ 111: 1!114, 31 1 .3.it (" ):t4.ot F 11-4 1111 114 o l114 hNt/1iI 4 .1 , ,'v 'l · t. i o Ii- 11111', (, ,11`" v.(...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 October 1892

si- E V PORT P\? -Hilt 1!14'1 1ý , N a B~ig City. nleltt I (I!1"l 1 ' t!4 + , 11', t1i li I' 1i 1'. 4'1 1 4! t.I 41 . t l 3l' 11. i I Ul:ii it~ 1:1' 1 1 ! ( ; , i7 tf I . o ;, "1 4.f ( 1 ii l 1 :l 1 )~IhII'f (r4 t 4r . ,1 4 11 " (r ( ' 4il 'l11,1 ;,. 1 t\" n I it ( X ~1 4 34 ll..:l .l . 1 ý " ' I'lll l Ii 1) 1,14. I r4 At x1! 1 i. .r::I I It, W it " ( I' " f4 i ir . . 4 4"" \ '44 l;, i"." (I ftllllt I ' ý , ,,L~I.' I IN' "II 4.* "' 1 1 :' I I t \1 (\14 4r it H 1. :' It1 l 1.4 '' 4klý, 'it, fi t' 11' :1 ii j i'VI.". it Iill~lr I ' II 1 t 1I,'y i" I' 1 A;4 1434' .!'4. I .\'11.1'4' i ., '4 rI l !1111( " i)Iit ii ' 1, , : ' t !'I' (~O 1.r I he ' i3,},t 1 i 3 1tt 3:'r .171 e 3 t ~i"1i,: ý l")~ 4(1144 rli'o (i t lc. I h iV lIi~.~ (I.t I ei' 1'' .043(4t 1:ti" v 1.441.13 it3 T 1,I i14 1 1 017131 1 1 4i ! :, I I if " lurtv t ý1 14: I i i'L 1 il44 ':- 1r"'i l I, i~l'' ,.. I II ~ ii' 1'' '14 1 ' IJ, } I '. thiia i 1. "i:ey lV4r (13 -1 C lii~"1:1 1., y 13044 . . 'ti " (I 1 " i t'i ' IC1 II ',\:...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 October 1892

a 3taI" o i h ,!, hA :, hIf ma U T WNHOLCSAL E i.iDIWNING O'.'ER A MUCH LOVED HOUSLH-i LD PET. hi llsh , t, tlI :e viir,.I tr." ' 1 :. ' 1.u,;' , o, ,"H )m t 1 , , l. .\i{ :: 1 ', I l' th. ' ]].the (I,.,:w :: n L.'r(' " h'' that;* n'I inl :n I o)ut t or'f i.. "k : t 'l v. .' ^ .:i t furtriii l.! 'I. It o1 it--1 SI l. ' li t ' tlt : '. '' l h n.' 't ! , tf - Ili t'I , liii i 1 ;tI i f, 11 .:4il" ti t 1 l' l-f ]InL c' I ;l i hat I, ' li \,' fr .I; t Il ýw .\iw ;i ln l,.rch \'.-hr.. [',If? u4d to swing a'r, tt-it' .I ,I ]I "" 'itt'III(,tit . It Iw.l .,!;y a iarr i t. this. ret 'it dwelt-i witnhil ti ,',s wal'- .t wire, lut ;'li)Illo 1,:,- a irnt l]-ft. . ire i-nit-re ul rnro 1 4 hi", it, an. ull" tl a , in;n i r xi'oma;:n \w)ld La' lr,,ul to ihinlk that .I, t .t -ll el:L l'.tih . te lut- 'iti Vi L in -tnr for hi ^n or her. le,'. t1i la twit t '.trs t.') this "o )r ])lrrOt .; iw s 11t'h ,,l 'ut in ! I" wi]ld, I'll .'" . of P Ia : 0".1l C1-'. J },hn ,t'I lioh .::-\'. h I.''ne:-t sa...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 October 1892

OUR PREMnUMS. The Cans A Rare Opportunity to Secure li,wev Reading Matter. . '..s it al,,)n, Tri l. 1'i:,cihisS has finally succeedl- a,.iliaLint ell in making special arrangements. %. a Sith a large anlid reliable bargsin 1 .,,at house, whereby it is enabled to ,!'Tr tt wil ,retmiurus to subscrilrs whic'h Nill A m: excel anythi:g thing that hias ever been of : feel by Ia house journal in the Statste i,:, ,i , of Louitiana. T1hese ,renmiau gifts lt':,' , consi*t of the most select standard ,: a r-i.,i.x work,, whereby one can secure a :,. - pl,,endidl Ihhrary at a trilling cota dr,,,., wmere nothing. you may sqy. A d40' t..,ý scription of ~ow-H of these prizes will lhydr,:, be found in this issue of 'l'I! lhF:' ':it i:m ll. nlt with this lans of secur- , tl',t ing a chotice collection ,f g,,d iboks. 1, .int it will be solely the fault of uIonet' tI t l, if she or he does not secure it. ,iI f Thi's' is no windy cirens notice, stin inl, which says much and means little. nI' but it...

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

OUR PREMIUMS. The Ca A Rare Opportunity to Secure niow Reading Matter. ,,2.ts gal )11, ma.ster TuiL PIu)(IREs has finally succeed- au"ilai el in making sp,ecial arrangements t'.i ca vith a large and reliable I)argsin :1hat house. whereby it is enabled to ufi'r Itht w premiiums to sublscrilwrs which ~ ill A in excel anything thait has ever been of- n s fer-l by Ia home journal in the State i'm ' of Louisiana. These renmium gifts i ,,': C(,onsit of the most setlect standard b:,,:a works, whereby one canl seenr tr rel. rplendid library at a trilling cos.t, a dr,,. mere nothing. you may say. A. de- e., a scription of some of these prizes will i hyIdr, be found in this issue of TuE lhtoo- I tiji 1h 1i.rs, ntld with this leans of secur- A. a ing a chioice collection of good bo,)ks', l . i: it will be solely the fault of anu one tl: t if she or he does not secure it. This is no windy cirns notice, st:i which says munch and ,,Ieans little. Irine but it is an absolute certainty. .':t VWe...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 October 1892

It i !- 'i ' 11, no littlel o1 .m4 4n, .' Tm r. It 1no notes its (ri(lorro : ty. in .,· , p ", li d in it, rta 'idly in , 4* wy it u n' libi titn list, , n tl it. to' , irt:,lt i4 I ;1 v rI i t r 1- i I (lediill - .o . ( I thle hI iio; ' "-- u:,ll O\vilt w v Ive1 iti- :-e t- aI p ,e: 1r- itt lo , n111 . 1i h , ii b.-cb I ; a'cn 14,ihb d with c(oin .arative!v lilt '; exli4 i4n on cur part '-d i, ,i! the I n,1 :e lleal i.g ,on that ,'count. \ , \e ,,., o de14- e,' an F,4:4t1 iv c invass' r a4l-- l4,l u-I cI.(ic ,t ,,I , 4In ,neth 'r ti, ...t th , l , l .-i' t:.;t w e. !1:,' n atty h -fr1k, ( r tl'd 'i t:(t , w'. roe not a llniln|1 - 4t ni :.e,il ·rt, buit ita 1 rrlltlelanlnt '.; tllltt nl \\ ic in llite ved htot I\(" L ,,' 4" l) : n ':e,;n ,ltiiH::rg. i! lu44-tr ;.1 a ',nd t Hlt,( n 1h-it joir1 \.", , .:11h.,' noi'4 ' t ''.p' lt go i 1 d '14ii'41f::nl 4t. I,.t"r r ati- ll'. 1 the hil ih4 i,- l; an:I a-. ,.1'tor' ';ttd o 4r -c c 1 4r - t.:.t,: : 4i 4 ; ,to . fir our .-.-i La-i t ni...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 October 1892
Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 15 October 1892

THE PROGRESS. Our Main Mission: The Upbuilding of Shreveport and North Louisiana. SVOL. I. SHREVEPORT, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1892. NO. 3 1ft1Uil1 Sif1111 uttttU$UIlmrliorlcuri! DR. C. RATZBURC, DENTIST, EN.. 318 Tex.. Ptr..t, Ov.r S B.Loanh.iuaar's le mm rnIIFJ1I ~llllUIWUHIt1nJ1t CHAR ERED MAY 3tst, 1847. Penn Mutual Life Insurance COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. .. JOHN R. FELL, GEN'L AGENT, No. 46 Camp Street, New Orleans, La. ? lARGEST ANNUAL DIVIDEND PAYING COMPANY IN AMERICA. The PENN I a purely Mlntal C.'m;any. T he best gnirantee of it* Solidity Is its record Ihr nearly balf a century. Prom Its commencement it has stool always in the advance as the rtargtet Anaial Divl _ d s Paying Cnompeauy. rombinl.g nlsolute reenity with mtnlmnmcost to the insured. - eery U'lry Issaned Iy the Penn is protected absoletely agalamit lapse or feofelture. A contract with the I'PPN M(TI'.AI. unites smore desirable and advantalenoui featnrei Sthee are at he foud in any p.;lcy issusd by any other...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 15 October 1892

T-E PROGRESS. THE TICKETS. For I'r.-$lWt. at. i4n,ys m '.RVs .A·l,41 of New Yor! For Vi.er.PelrisdttL AsI.l a r. I TRTrIIVpSo , oft llleo.L Prot,kl tlll-t . For I'resl-let. Ja)Iu Rawllnw ., of I li frni. For V r-l'res'ldel t. DI. J. Ht aAr su. of 'le a. rg.**pl,.'s l'ntly. For Prreiht1 t"t. JArM, I., w'r AvIt. OI f lO s. Fn'r Vler I'r1 la t.1 . t Jt f b t Fll . fI . I' Vlrtinle. Iltpbfll trn. For b'rehdesirt. hrth loIy lnlAtolt o!, hof cin d fnl. For tVioh e Prrplecl I. Ii p ls int .Aw p trll.ef Ntw York. arl Y. NsWTON ('. InoANI'IIARD na l h an, ,llawt for n.a-Pretlo.l tio the h5k'onkg ,ean. Irmn thae rFor h i)kilrni,. illbje' to utoeinallioln fty Ie 1, nle..s Iset party. --.-- -~-~- WHAT WILL BE DONE WITH IT? 'Th, Petols 'Party was coneiveid in the womb of rfllorl. Its birth was inspired by the desire to purify politics, and place pnelio tair nun dier the control of mwn who acted for the general good, rather than for their private gain. The mutto of this organisatlion i oe...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 15 October 1892

Sthei 1 IFFICIE'T AND SUFFICIENT. tie Wllthet Rllghtosesseef teo NStlmne *o l tIe arthk May Net N St Ifleeed. Once in the hlne mildnight in ny stnudy o On Dreeou hill in ,rstonl I f'ell Into, long the thought as I looked out on the landl ndl n ll on the se. and pemuing tihrough the gate of dreame I saw ties slgel havi;ng ch:argo of America stand in the air shore the eaotinent. and his wings shadowed Ibther shore. Aroundl him were ;ath aed all who at Valley Forge and at An- til dgseonville andl the other eared plase n tlered fur the preservativon of a virtu-L ms rejnbilh, and they conven'e, of wh:t till wr and is and is to be. There was about the angel a multitude whom no acs coal I ntaiwer, of all nations andi hicdreds and trilbes and tongues, astl their vokes were as the sound of many ti Waters; and I heard thudlerings andl tie law lightnings, but the face of the an- tih was above thie lightness of the light and the majesty of his words th it of the thunders. caeue fert h lefor...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 15 October 1892

THE PROGRESS. SPL' ,i SH:ED EVERY SATURDAY BY at Hicks & Williams. Eht6rvi! in the l'o.it,c '.' at shreveport as 01 SecoiulI-('1 ..sh I~:;il Matter. _ __ ;.vt: 12 lSprinlg Esltet, between .Milml n.,i , t ckeit. .:. Yecar.. ..... ........... ...... One Dollar. 81 -i. .Mon hs..... ........... Sixt) -five etis. t I ir M ,th ............... . "'hLirt1 -.lic' Ct ts. C.D. HICKS. - - - - EDITOR. w G.. '. V.ILLIAMS, - MANAGER. I v - NI::iD THr:M. b;lhrerort mntt have factories or , s;,rt-t hig to grive emllloy)Ylet to the '!av la!;hmers who live h, re. NO town It ''.n grow whlich ce.ianIt. furnish enl i :o.lvt'r t , i s legit' mat.e 'pplation, d -.itl: a.t;l.thliag for a g.'(;i nullllhr t( -,eli::;; it here. The retail trade is suf f,.rin.g brecaute the nie from h.vo:' they get th, ir trade, the (la. i:dJ~.oer- I rincil&aily, directly or indi ,r etty, ;ae ut inahle to find work except t, a itl!li:tdl extent. Don) t fail to call on A. Kahn, 123 v at d 1:5) Texal, street, aid s...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 15 October 1892

MODERN GREENWOOD. · W1 - a r llll A D)s at This Tun. or() last Tuesday, TIE PlRonRss bend concluded to take a day of, and thoei t the time in Greenwood. cont the stranger and youngoer in- urn tants of Shreveport and Caddo , this town appears to eo only it really is, a small villv.o , with , ag oonuect d with it to ir:'ueo 1 to believe that it could everair been anything superior to other ai villages of a like age. Bult to' older generation who are native; of the t·"rritoryv, (Greenwood IW'U historical an-ociations which, dn gh :the old houses, stoop hilulls o yalleys, sie'akl of a i'est age hil was awsociated with ease. lux- by and even p ran:detr. T'Lis was by sate-hnllum dlay%' wlen th- South A noted for its il i-to,.r:y arid tcll- ail -. Dnrng that period this ,oro rpai itillage was the piride of North to ana. It was ti: ahode of to -th, refinmant and bh,:pitalily. in t wast coundered a uoost suitable t for meetings of great -ca'ionl r of State, plit- ait or ,ocial. tea bills an...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 15 October 1892

THE CARE CF THE WARDROBE. Uow to Stare Garments Ont of Seas. Cleansing Varloss 3Materials. At the Iwginlnng of each a-awon nmle irt icles of clothing must be put away and ,thern brought out of storage. Lighl weight woolenl dresss that are no longet nul edt shoull be shaken and hung up sep-; erately in brown paper orcotton Iagm, with :t piece of camuphor at the bolttom. Thee laigs shoutld he ti;ghtly tied up to prevent oly dusllt pen,'tratitng. Light colored .ilkl or coolens are ilmproved and kept in con ditiun by ieing wrapped closely over with silver paper. Skirts that are not likely 1. tie worn for a long time are hest kept l. taking themt olut of the band and laying theimt by quite f.at. Linen or calico gannrments shold be pot away untsarlheld and rou-h dried. It bi imperative that they shull hie left in a thoroughly dry place. All the inside of thei collars of dres.we should be cleaitnsed with anmnoasi or cat de cologne. Even nlg gowns demand speial treatment. White hall fr...

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