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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 May 1897

vice, with an annuity of $600.-Ib erville South. That is an excellent idea, but supposs a teacher loses his position j can he remain a member of the as- Ln sociation and enjoy its benefits? And is there no death benefit con nected with it? At any rate, here rn is a good suggestion to our own Legislature. o'cJ The State of Louisiana, since ats 1866, has spent over $30,000,000 on me levees, This does not include 1 contributions by the general gov- We ernment and individuals.-The 11 Peoples' Friend. If we could rid ourselves of that B destructive fallacy, the all-levee d&: system, it would be one of the greatest reliefs this conutry has sta ever known. Oh how terribly P have Red and Mississippi river Su planters suftered from destructiv I overflows, while members of the o'c Rivers and Harbors committe made themselves solid with the ,o contractors, as they had the peo- by ples' money squandered in the silly experiment with levee building. Tr A woe-gone young gent of the gushy order ...

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 May 1897

- - | :" -, ,--.% -.k ..,_ ., U tb oOut We set the Pace!. S4W. make Prices! r t or. ..--.- We have the Goods! 4a . . The Best Store Because Most Anxioun to Please. Ever Busy Because Ever Reliable. .-wadeimligable efforts and continous toil we have won the Trade, the Confidence and the Good Will of half Louisi `Y n s a nao corroboration nor explanation to make .ibis assertion clear to people, because our Bargains are messengers rt; noe and Luxury to every home. It requires no exertion on our part to make prices cheaper than "others," ucitrai d by the Pearl Button Sale of 11th inst.) because we buy from First Hands, In "Our Great Store" one suc o iother. We are PFrging Asead. We are growing day by day and are leaving far behind the "old timers" and ,. WWae dem. onstratug with Energy, Pash, Progressiveness aid Get Up and Git can do, does, and will do, as ap SUmbll. hoe Department.ew Japanese ans 1 , . ...ban d.omest eaer'e' We e kl , wnowo a m e d New Japanese Fcanst ep Prices ar...

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 May 1897

SOME MVIORE jATCJ-IY IBARAINS. For Goods in any of our line, there is no one who can compete with us. Our constant study is to get the Best at the lowest prices, Sicer. Uimbreltas. Pictures, For this week we will offer nice China Handle Umbrellas nice H eavy Sterling Silver Shirt Waist enough or Sday, ........In our Photograph Gallary we will SSets, worth 765c for....................20c. enough for Sunday, each,.........1. make Best Cabinets-the new Artisti line of _Spoons. - vtnaiorettes. per doe Stte Orders for Pictures from negotives on New line of Sterling Silver Souvenir Sterling Bilver Vinaigrette hand 91.0 per doen. I Spoons from 0o to 8.00 Beauties, each...................... $1.00 usietcal Goobs*. Bicycles aub aunbrtes Guitar with Leather Bound Canvas Case worth $7.00 for[...................j*. Columbia Bicycles .... Mandolin with Leather Bound Canvas case. worth 6.M5 for ............. B..00 Remington Bicycles....... m Violin, Bow, and Case, worth 06.00 for....................

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 May 1897

ifC·· M oi bhidmW fith te .a b C:'.F ýi'· a T >T '2 -y ~l Hf ýý e t h u .rtSfy 'N; n }} t trr.ftlr~ 'TV b0P'r1agg gaEWSaTS. tfi '. 4hey Cheatoraqua, management oft 1rwokin# dligently and '" anging for a sue- 2 odsful season this year. Every Sbody over the 8t te, should givoe ti, a~helpingbIand. Swhat . has become of Peoples Tribune of Opelousas? Is it dead; d or has it only turned the back of Sits. hnd to The Progress? Have t, d not seen a copy in about three months. It turns out that Capital Item's a: 4$E4by, upon which the buz- i " pls were feeding, was only the Si~nes of fish which some one p I ,4f p by 1tie road-side. News Sp hrsould be careful about a S;pubii sensational stories. sat ' r. C.N. Wilcox, of SandBeach a*s in theEity Saturday, and told Ts .. " thbat our recent it t~w t e tioe:ee , and still his ; in ; -the fruit. ear' wAi U so . extreme-Co athi ' ha a a tglsr, bold 5and a~"a~D"* FIR ARM STATIONS. The following shows the different sta tions of the Fire Alarm syst...

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 May 1897

ANOTHER SURE CURE. w made PROFESSOR MARAGLIANO'S CLAIM FOR Du HIS TUBERCULOSIS SERUM. serux _pend up t1 Says It Is an Unfailing Remedy For Con- cond sumption if Administered In the Early tratti Stages of the Disease-Experiments Be- Or Ing Made In St. Luke's Hospital. in d The unusual interest taken by physi- ,aid clans and the public in the treatment of it is pulmonary thbcrculosis, or consumption, clim as it is commonly called, will be increased dacb by the news that serum has been discov- him. ered which, it is declared, will prove an to ti absolute cure for the disease in its early off. stages and will greatly benefit patients and cron arrest the progress of the disease in its ad vanced forms. The serum is the discovery heal of Professor Maragliano of Genoa, Italy. bad A small quantity was brought to this not country, and the physicians of St. Luke's fro= hospital began experiments with it a week is a aThe serum is obtained from the blood of horses which have been inoculated with...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 May 1897

olo < tPUsb ed Every Saturday. A 'ABBOTT, Prop otore,.. I the Po tofee at Shreveport ae .0m JJo a "iýý; : i~ddo "Yar Farmer MIlsaaee.a r. ~~ -;·11)01 '~t~' AtNb. it eS.14 or h:i di Thma night, ~i ,nb n e t f.. .ma. ` -r :15g ,ý s," ~ ·e I ,. {r · Social Gleemings continued. Plorheim- Mr. Arthur Tic. Kaad is a Carrie Fldrsbim Mr. Bobs ktain adMiss enlla Bath, Mr. Jake M. Levy and Miss Juliette Levy, Mr. Mose Prank and Miss srlrs B. Dayslr. H. M. WeHll nd Miss OiF. Bes, and perhla$ others, which f .9 r a ,;wll leA6 oexcuse the semng neglgence and nate thbomission as nintaentional, the throng was so great, tljit takes s giant's memory to recollect every item. Tables laden with ices, cakes and.the cho$osst of wines awaited the guests in the Banquet hall, and made the selection a dimoult one, so tempting were the refreshments, served by the politest of wrtea, prep~red.for Steocoasion by the nmo acknowledged.experts, while at the busetMr. Simon. Bsr, andhis able a siitants were kept...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 May 1897

el W or ld 'BICYCLES AND TUBERCULOSIS IN WOMEN. ] At the last quarterly meeting of ,the American Statistical Associa 'tion, Dr. S. W. Abbott, secretary ] of the Massachusetts Board of : Health'. presented some interesting 'fgures regarding the proportion of !:pulmonary tuberculosis in females :to that of males in Massachusetts. ' :The rate in 1851 was 1,451 females to 1,000 males; in 1890, 1,055 fe- j males to 1,000 males; and last year "Pnly 874 females to 1,000 males. 3Lat year was the first in the his 4ry of the State in which the 1 Pfumber of deaths from phthisis in jfemales was smaller than that in < ales. The fact that a uniform duetion in the rate of female 4 feths began some five years ago, I ioabout the time when women were t 'beginning to ride the bicycle ex ý ively, Dr, Abbott considers igifant, and he is inclined to 1 Tribute the decrease in the death I to the great increase in open 1 ` _ exercise among women which ueen inaugurated by the use f the bicycle.-Briti...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 May 1897

-Ap~ ICNDIA cA FAM'INE STRICKEN PEOPLE. kbSieItl H* ThatC OaiBdvath the I'o~rg K~;ii';~-·r; i~wr ud Will Ddv rfi Iti Th.i * 'p ,~~P.-flw T.JIma~q isj~pa ? *tj~~vt4.di~i7~s th Ultsd Stte~ t't i'luj~ig eooiu to ladle. nqi~SUTip 5,, , "~ThLa (ii A~haueru *.As~4iomXdia eoven unto 3tflr biej ojrdyoneoccursm tue wore "i'',b In hi par of the Scripftur.., -b ·the bb5cca~lI "M.5lllr~·ShEstemsI.,' ~J3a~~*b~ac V~iWIP o Zs~tb~, book iiimun.~ ~p~anedagainst heosuas~ the yen ohm:·- JuOati9UaB li-- shezjrLdlpc~a :n -b i'Ui o oi:bpr shtI6 boms j~~icWia2btoR).moug~ Othwdreglou ~i~~iig ~ .laa -la the'~oo fl-rs'j~i~a~fioi~ ire~arb ttj' i~aa -sIf:Q~~~i ~. kkbllllbI isirr ~Lg~j~ i -ari Sthemselves for awhile and attack the jus tidable game of India. Or If you go as botanists, oho w at: opulence of Eoral OF Withno dis et for of its own, it is the nores of -all flb. ora of Persia and 81 beoa and China and Arabia and Egypt. TWO GrOeat reassa er The Baptist missionary Carey, who did t infinite good to 'lad...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 May 1897

Wen~d $te acldtlonal joy or srsnanng on me be dooks of St. Petersburg when the stone t- anks of the relief ship were thrown out r ,lnud the representatives of the municipali- mtesl .ties and of royalty went aboard her, the Ie ang freight train at the same time rolling and down to take the food to the starving, and athous on alternate cam of that train American ton and Russian flags floating. But now the OSai hunger in India is mightier than any that Sal Ireland or Russia ever sufered. Quicker anrm :-ougaht to be the response and on so vast a Moun ,al that the one ship would become a aMn whole flotilla-New York sending one, Moun Boston another, Philadelphia another, the co Charleston another, New Orleans another. owe Tbhen let them all ineet in some harbor of lane -jidia. What a peroration of mercy for the plane S .ieteenth century  I would like to stand on the wharf tat Calcutta or Bombay a nd yilme such a fleet come In. With what joy at it would be welcomedl The emaciated lnnp sw...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 May 1897

a:. . Agrs father was a member of -eo the hlurlo distriot of New a ad whU lena eongre the question b S t e admision of Teasl wa a rely In *."ý w tookan '..?" .>r ientbuiudnM@ oer the question that t oe =me s ~or Te to his son, u orn time. Then only a glamour of sne mad adventuare hung over the rsounso reeintly wreseId from Sthe elder x. Ansel eoud not fese 1 obatc0 whiob was wso oon to attoch I S 'h s ab out 0 y~" r of age, hbu I  aading in the sotbern partl twhere he iu well kaoji, Is a w r, and isa Paplist of sipokensn Be* OUR POLICE FORCE. S( rtq pbs ;i1 lit. week's issue * Fakes etc., brought abount a quiet#l; rT P4 buialness talk between Chie Nelson and our ed itork. eim Sieý.Est The Prog ress that those rumors about dead -al das on4 rses street were v i· tntrue, but did bhimself q3 t t he was do +ý " t ,oi ,, of_ f,,a - .ed he hae Se~ e fuuirther stated s men positive of trains, .off of the :apirf'ats the 4iea "thae Volie labor 'CI A don't know, s o ..witutat " bo : r e...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 May 1897

PARK VIE W Is the name of the beautiful suburb where has just been placed upon the market, and is offered to the rich, the poor and those of moderate means, such bargains in desirable lots, and on such easy payments, that the Home-.. seeker, Investor and the speculator will not hesitate to buy... - - It is a well established fact that Shreveport is built upon a :substantial rock, and backed by men of enterprise, capital and ability, and who can't .afford to see the town gobackward, and on the other hand, are standing ready and willing to go down into their pockets and advance whaterer. is necessary to advance the interest of the city, and with the natural advan t tages, and railroad facilities, there is no reason on earth why we shou~d not have a city three times our present population within five years, r Did, you. oevo stop to think what we haveto back up our city? If not, do so right now. After so doing I am satisfied you will wanttomake not, and we will run the chances as to' an...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 May 1897

?OPWU PI E TAllOk Smade to order and up s mape to order 4 0. and up - e guarantee perfect satisfaction. 0 .,i work made in Shreveport. C r Mr. M. K. a rk wil be pleasul o call o you sinmas amuusr, - eu,. cUu uýuvsu. V .~r - iM IseA A[ . w - aA o Sf TORE AR STORE." `r ! our' ioa t We want the Ao~e wvegesag in the iany early se a. a,.. G... Pm.. v. h1iih.eiCd.rY, eac .. We Shav yuseever be.4.. uat Jdeaey bssefor 5S cents pe *W:,OYER, '.-F' . ~ '":ir ," ruepiim u clr - ( ; 3 b mi a ·' i ue d. J@ H Honest Price, $80o.oo. OUR O HER aNES. COUPLETE REPAIR SHOPS. The World - - - oo o WAT WE CAN DO IN OUR SHOPS: CawknWd - x - - So0 oo Weels built to order. Ideal - - - - - 5o oo Frames rebuilt. Lathe work of all description. Wheels Rented. AU kinds of cones. axle cups, etc., -Riding School. made to order,. Riding School. Rubber vulcanizing. Everything at right prices. Re-enameling, all colors. I most coapl e Me of Sandri~ and cle Novelties in the city. Country or ders wýs tsepem igdl aatmto. ...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 15 May 1897

The Progress. Vrluse 06-.r-N 20. SHREVEPORT, LA.; May 15, 1897: Price 5 $Cat WASHINGTON LETTER. ., --o f a - Vrtod fave :, It msy not be an imposibility to emi duce a tarif bill without arous- the .g sensational rumors more or Roc saeBndalous in their nature in wits onection with its ugar schedule, pol bet it hasn't been done for years. spa sugar scandal started when the the Wiison tarir bill was in the Sen- of ate, and reeently recalled by a shi i-upreeme Court decision which thic wdil. cmnpel broker Chapman, and poi ehasps others, to serve jail sent- lc r, unless a presidential par- its o; intervenea, ought to have been sid for generations, but now as j air is full of rumors about the hii trust's connection with the La ar schedule of the amended ta, tariR bill, now before the mi asb. It is admitted by many de r"bi do not believe that there was hi] intestion to favor the ac trust that the new sugar de aoes favor it, and that it, se thbe stking out of the clause foar ascontinuance...

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 May 1897

yiy' yIýA -·earw - has leaf a 1 'r o~y- ' beek. Sthose dirk expressive - " +of woe; apud as we look ste wasted ibm At sweet ~aeUsiar oes to us, in aoent d m' - tbnder, "In as mud> as y did it uanto the lest of these, ye it unt me." An Cis the 1 isp appe ai n u sd bids % mto the work Into the 1.14 .- - a heart more pure, . ,to do Thy will. .i.e gi ede by Thy Holy et r ,the hovels. of thef poor i en ansans. of love m meat of "hem wa, the truth, s a - on-** -et Mpeln I osmo caan dlebbsnar tltwe ias-. Eo p *a U. b eiant pesi . m. bites a morn MU ea ..=epb arms s.. ~~a ~Eht a --i; i:-4"· ~D fljgK(7~ In O IiMIslnTs. . Hon. Dais H. Waite, ex-gov yve ernor or Colorado, was in the city ok this week. He said he never gave et expression to the celebrated fiery t declartion imputed to him about as wading in blood to the bridle bits. Ye The Progress never saw very much ]e harm in the declaration, if he did Ids say it. It is certainly no harm to e1 shoot down ;men who are trying to rob a trai...

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 May 1897

FROM THE MAGNAZINES F,' but it LINCOLN AND THE GOATS. aey utive 1 hey oceapled .onsiderable Place In Ms of app AseetioP a ties. On the occasion of a visit to New York, neess either returning from the north or going, sultati being accompanied by Tad, Mrs. Lincoln and es announced her arrival thus: fidenti NEw Youx Czrr, April 28. 1~8 the pr Mon. A. Lincoln, President United States: he pl We reached here in safety. Hope you consn] well Please send me by mail today a check so. for $8D directed to me, care Mr. Warren L.- I.di~l land, Metropolitan otel, N. Y. Tad says are the goats well? Mas. Lraooz.r. The president sent the following unique reply: some r1sanS GrON. April 28, I8I. Mrs. A. Linooln, Metropolitan Hotel, New fltiot York: The draft will go to you. Tell Tad the goats that a and father are very wel especially thgoats and k A. Db z. majoL There are scores of persons still living have in Washington who remember distinetly no no this pair of "White House goats." Lin- of cle con, ...

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 May 1897

11~#A~bgess. Ia t~e Pomaitam at s~arsa flend CUM Ma at~w. 15;-I ~ batu8r~ ~ m Mrs bataud Ugdmqab 4 L - Mwrr 15. - ý %*p0UI wili people of ourpra-s ,ee ase fally orb oe l of a ~pinbimlea always se-i as L _'`i FµW 4 t '{ ', jc bW'ý r. ;rn. - * v.Ja iEU1 4itpu; :pJi Ap~redl iafieso In~: r amurds sem -- salles a hats. of .a-y 4 of yy ýý: V· < Y1im~ learns #1 m60 mulwae to m ee it a gala safe sp sm in n- theambesis·btasa spee, aineapeo - tive of their meebaspn in our as - soeaati on: and I taks pleasure in Sslating hast ever owasmion has I been a buandless suoceas. W Pzesss Darrh aim year will be held Son Jun:y 1 ansd our Hon. John r DyNmOUd Eas.bemn selected to pre saie over the tahisamwn : this soluld -prompt every maeber of . our ameoclaion, who can peossibly Sdo so to be in attandaaoe on that las day. It is te plain duty of every newspaper in our 8tate to aaesis his Chaustbaqua in his noble at to adveae trh e.nu af edtfaamo and omibare, n tat broad seld a mseahmcnanaemonur dPmtage...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 15 May 1897

ed. The college is in all Srespects first-class one rl. There is not a better in on of learning of its kind in South-west. This fact is be- Joi known better and beter ý the time. The present man ent will not fail to increase McdA attendance from abroad, but othe :order to care for all the pupils I ocan be induced to come. aC. deal of additional work must o'c1e done on the buildings. It is in at direction that Mr. Sheppard is & work, and he desires something pi the co-operation and aid that wia people used to extend his pred- ever s. There was a time when a appeal in aid of the college , good results. Why not so' All know the great good the day does for the town. The athe latter derives are man- F It is useless to mention P Suppose there was no col- eve what then? Our property am arents andbusiness men, M -ian aord to help Mr. Shepprad his endeavors, for he is work in their interests decidedly e than in his own. It is to be eve Mr. Sheppard will succeed by in his exertions, and ...

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 May 1897

o IReIarb Jfitbout A We set the Pace! W e make Prices! Creat .bor. - We have the Goods! The Best Store Because Most Anxioun to Please. _ _---_-- Ever Busy Because Ever Reliable. By our indefatigable efforts and continous toil we have won the Trade, the Confidence and the Good Will of half Louisi . ua.WEq)+ Ufres no corroboration nor explanation to make ihis assertion clear, to people, because our Bargains are messengers f Qmnor.; Abundance and Luxury to every home. It requires no exertion on our part to make prices cheaper than "others," aii demonstrated by the Pearl Button Sale of 11th inst.) because we buy from First Hands, In "Our Great Store" one suc -ows another. We are Forging Ahead. We are growing day by day and are leaving far behind the "old timers" and 'a! ak+rs," We are demonstrating with Energy, Push, Progr33siveuess anr Get Up a nd Git can do, does, and will do, as ap Parasols and Umbrellas. Shoe Department. New Japanese Fans S...New Japanese Fans " -Nw tot |ust reteive...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 15 May 1897

-V Fr 'X IL v ý '....el.. . SOME MORE GATCJ-lY 1frRGAINS. For Goods in any of our line, there is no one who can compete with us. Our constant study is to get the Best at the lowest prices, ggg0I0 ttIIII II II0 S110 1190 II|111/|||||0 11/1|00 10I|I|0||0| |O| 1110 N11111 D | O O110l l iMtt1i gggl gg0|gggag|1 11 /|110 I0111111 /|||B|| ||||1I |I||t1 O0i ggD D Ailj ||l|t|agg11ag essa/Io|gag"eIIN" ||0|g|11gm(NNg11 I N ||NII N €1 -S1Irer. - lmbrellas. Victuree, For this week we will offer nice China Handle Umbrellas nice In our Photograph Gallary we wall 4-Heavy Sterling Silver Shirt Waist o nGallary we il Sets, wort r Wist. enough for Sunday, each,..........0l.. i make Best Cabinets-the new Artisti 4's ee`n ssesesse sse. Finish at 8.00 per dozen. . xSpoons. -inaiorettes. Orders for Pictures from negotives on New line of Sterling Silver Souvenir Sterling Silver Vinaigrette hand 1.50 per dozen. Spoons from 50c to 138.00 Beauties, each........... ._.......1 .00 ,,,, ******rie****IIN/**el...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 15 May 1897

I iý- 7 7 27 (lesed by Attatasoment. large dry goods establish ]Herman Zodiag, one of the popular in our oita, was clos 7 atatouhment gndaiy after ,the emout of the' suite sag $28,228.99 as follows:  Sional Bank - 9s,000.00 8,000.00 SO, - - au"58 ~ .: - - 270.00 .. - - 8,00.4i 6 - .*.. - 3 ,8 4 8, 4 . . ,gCo. h . * ,88,00' trouble of Mr. ' i wilt be universial e+erhetlaknown a j by busin es repauta. a of the most ener ~ii ºd alert mer de, A i W, it. I ..i :7n much to elevate man: and its - wrowth--acoording to age-has ti been wonderful. The endowment o1 L'i fiteare would likewise 'be more popular were it not for its seeming at h- mania to resist the payments of e their poliies-i there is a chance Sto alleged suicide. Our editor is a Pithian, and loves the order de Svi tedly; but please excuse him : when you mention endowment rank. s )0 Charter of St. Matthew's Afriean av 10 Methodist Episcopal Chureh. 58 . - at' 0i State of Louisiana. Parish of. Coddo. Be it known that this day bef...

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