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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 15 May 1897

At a meeting of the Columbia ,Club held Sunday the following oficers were elected: President, Capt. Simon Levy, re-elected: ig'ist vice President, Mr. Samuel Dreyfuss: 2nd vice President, Mr. E. B. Rand; Secretary, Mr. Sidney SFlorsheim; Trersurer, Mr. S. C. Anal a Simon. Board of Governors nial abe (that's a high sounding name), from b SMessrs. Henry Florsheim, S. G. fromn Dreyfus, Moses Kaufman and Ben Cotton round ; Holzman. good f -i? Mr. J. L. Everette, of Ruston, good f esamne over last Saturday to take in 7th, I8 a>tke bicycle and basket ball con- Trai tests, and come around to give p. m., Be progress a handshake. follow P.:t Our old friend Mr. D. R. Lyon, For 1 :Rodger) who has charge of the ton Be T printing department in the Indus 'ria School at Ruston, was in 1 Shreveport Saturday and called in No.7 sK ee us. Rodger says our city is j H B a'humming." toe T:..irhe Columbia Compress and suit, b W arehouse Company is &~ bigger Parish thing than most people thought. a...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 15 May 1897

La the Postomoe at Shreveport as -:.:v Ioond.-olaeS Mail Matter. SMWilsn Str.eet, between M.ar *ket and pring Streets. eSUBecaPTION o PBatocs. . the.. ....... . i-o'. M .ontt. .Tw g " . t Oite LMNT~JT ON JOHZf?'8 BdA~lS*,~j rdo ·t iTb.. Prog e - to *g .itl~.1. "John's fap h i" 1 wli Anawut - b1iefly.. w.*i)~zS~ihalU uuoguiiu J~ohn to 'd, d he (Jo"n) a1 h p kPret ! S y r - f ~. ya h Mn~ r t S ýf'ýtth Ea 1 µ 4 3 yý;" 5 'ýý6 "ý1A111ý"" Ii L- } y0.ý r All P1 t '7f- ,c the candidate, listen: I laptse you with ri.....ý iver of Jordan or Baptim river Jordan, T where is the philosophy, we see none but we can me the phlosophy with water and so did John, and that is why he used the wditor word with, St. John 3:23, Enon near to - Salim. Enon is on the west side of the ort as Jordan, supposed to be eight or ten miles outh of Bethshesn , Balim is a town. Much water, as I have said above, multi. mar tutseame to his Baptism, the people had to ihatve to drink, we see no reason - for - isaarsion, b...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 15 May 1897

d that they were sometimes, to say least, used of ceremonial cleansing, hi h was performed without immersion, ' the writer to the Hebrews refer to 'olddispensation as requiring of the BUT tE ipers divers baptisms while in the ent immersion is never once re .tred, this settles the question that the Sof baptism does not require immer n, the proposition which is here trans ed in is very frequently rendered, at, ou will hear it said that only epi means t and that en means in, but this is so far m being an invariable rule that any whnewho will be at the trouble of looking ematter up will find that epi is found aly forty-four times in the Greek where TH] have it in our version the rendering at er against one hundred and two times, "which at is the translation of en, the TO iopreion in the river Jordan applies to a 'ewhole river bed, which is often, I may e truly say, almost always much than the stream, the account states Solid at Jesus after his Baptism went up out - Srithe water, this i...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 15 May 1897

MLEAll YAY4ýý HESO'ir sN ' A' Pt ALAND SPIRITUAL ask:' "(+, ý _."yýItLý° fi ,Yaw'-. ýý 1 t f~ rt~arum-~ ~r -FYý -4, 41 * use*77s a. 1im- 4 .n Teat Fe NLaa-Th. awus Tr+ hi lard Has Teda~y-Tlse Vast 5eagal AssuaemNrTo, MYr 9.-Di. Jauns. b L I'aiaml 13 grtaar 1*i~~ii ou e om u th e a Db x u a wou .c V be el hib ret of titee agB to earning -ad - t the wklumg the a very &ciai-ed. ieo ggdnae tbase alSo cosao rsq waie tms t a .,r h ponge else~ r~r-i 4 ss r Srniek r uwes wae they gom me eoot from. The old ambbdn my they got it from the kitchen of King Ahab. Others A my that the ravens got their food from pious Obadiab, who was in the habit of feeding the persecuted. Some my that the ravens brought the food to their young in ,the trees, and that Elijah bad only to elmb up and get t. Some say that the "bole. story is Improbable, for these were earawoou birds, and the food they car .ed was tbe torn flesh of thing beasta, a-d tu!efoet ceremonlally unclean, or it M ~esion, and would not ha...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 15 May 1897

greates! mercy IS was a raven. Ramat was a child born in your house. All ward, friends congratulated you. The judgn children of the family stood amazed shall 4 g at the newcomer and asked a and ye many questions, genealogical and an int aologicaL You said-and you said pardol utully - that a white angel flew openit iogh the room and left the little one wings ~ . That little one stood with its two on yo in the very sanctuary of your affeo- Thi and with its two hands it took hold ask:: he altar of your souL But one day ing tc came one of the three scourges of bodie -jlzren--scarlet fever, or croup, or diph- the re aad all that bright scene vanished. Amid Sbtterhng, the strange questions, the clang :M ,p aIgat the dresses as you crossed the chari .^-ell ceased. strat4 The Bla providenes the great friend of children stooped n and leaned toward that cradle and kthe little one in his arms and walked with it into the bower of eternal , your eye began to follow him, M] yon followed the treas...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 15 May 1897

" fi - - W. -la~~ ·L susmit ~pk. ýýee~~' in n iw fir., j tir tai tyre s id joPI~ t rabs " to+aan ..h .3.. e   -8 cýsý O  Pas(6 hire =a. as tA~i~ý.trrmi. ):i~ibgiY~q r~sli~~ar LAte.. ``Aiacci/ ait Ir r-llr i W=6, move re r aw dips. A rr vA~m r nrwsm it ice. spt us ssswdilt ws F~~t _- --e~~r B~ V,. - a·- a~ l wt-p i Et.ii I * . .ý C a Ir. · Ia - lok -4 L -Iba Il ~Ttr~t;;~- -;· I -· ~81~ I - -- Isl ~sin~: · 4Jri r 1 ]ci~i fei plull QUEER CREATURE. m... ai ft _ m..Iw arm .m 4il-le e eab . m 'mmP Ipmeatt~ sumra e? 'or at mo d al tany in fie IMMMUNlTe sOif Jftityamin. its aeme at --.a n..- assOn - d a tie am A" wiallaVMe iber Me asensaBifre Sal a bit a-il sad. (iee d Wsdersa a tll6t tip kd be ices am dl aa ' f - aaam 3 SIAMma. a i age iem wilse her IsIr "-***a*tie 1te  etiiwib arr L ILP~ Me a-ue alt rasii Se~amrn Sm rt Is Wham -a..a~a er e-s~ ~ was thei ,lm -Y Whememer liialbm -...m..i ~~amser -Ia a aa se sa ivid mr a. sev I" a ml se ta. 'Iteeimsea i As assema men me il~rvenmeI an s smi e...

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

I-t PARK VIEW 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 go backward, and on the other hand, are standing ready and willing to go down into their pockets and advance whatever is necessary to advance the interest of the city, and with the natural advan tages, and railroad facilities, there is no reason on earth why we should not have a city three times our present population within five years, . . ..... Di you stop to think what we have to back up our city ? If not, do so right now. After so doing I am satisfied you will want to make an investment, then look the town ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 15 May 1897

?OPULR PRISE TAIlOJS bits made to order $ and up nts mape to order $4 0 and up :-........· :° .ýiteWeguarantee perfect satisfaction. SAl work made in Shreveport. . ~c Mr. M. K. Clark will be pleased to call on you 2 IIIAS sTr.B, - OPP. COURT OUBNEm ' 4 to .fe ae . portrait, frame " . .......... 3.0 0 ALONE 150 ~L~~e~-f~i...................... ......,,, ~ 1 5 0 AMi ADE I n OUR va WD P:C OiaW w83 2qerORK asTaRtD A1MD *s 4ý~W~~~ tcg. w . 41 ea 061m we i% aiti c. We hea 'k Arok S·b·)R,, etr. Ws h pts *·c t p e efo s $ Q·vietaey bu' bi s ceit. p <, ý a .,A 0· < *.: G? . - ^ , .4 D Tz A~x 4. .4°, xe . ..... ..-. -.. rr r...._..ý .__ .._ .. .. ,.'d"!N4ýlýrG,`"'ft?:tirý .Rt=' ý3ft C:Sý3!ý!r.',°', 'S·i,ý._+ýw ýyv : -_. cfº+ yl is'r ý,' 1'' i' - ^A r T'r Z4 Peac J y J ~· . , ,:. " Z .ý . , mss;, ;ý ý`: i -`a Honest Price, $8o.oo. OUR OTHER LINES. COMPLETE REPAIR SHOPS. VICTORS - - - . Ioo.oO WHAT WE CAN DO IN OUR SHOPS : Wbeels built to order. SYRACUSE - - - - 75,00 Frames rebuilt. Whe...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 22 May 1897

The Progress. e. 21. HREVEPORT, LA., May 22, 1897 Price Cents y - - y',1 SHREVEPORT, LA,, May 22, 1897; Price 5 Cents $NGTON LETTER: g -NTU LII ;] .........tl spondenceC. C n, May 17, 1897- " for a war with Spain Scalled for this week, al- t s Feral days ago things 4 abis athough they might be. 8 II Ibe no-trouble, -unless I s it by trying to pre- C esring f o' or own citi i _ are sufering in Cuba, a Sis extremely doubtful hing less than driv t Spaniard out of Cuba ' Sthe just wrath of the try, if all the recently reciev a;ministraton, were c. They deal with the j of American citizens, na and tell tales S and barbarism that ithe Turkish atrocities which eaased such ndignation to sweep couatry, although ac in se different way. bdtohered the Armen Gen. Weylor, by - American citizens mAbke country districts of ohoose between remain they :weze peacably tfir evocations and be wsrebels by' Span parties, or of giv If bstock and remov sad their families town, metely took a "e oir4ret at ci ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 22 May 1897

irSIthe morrow. e~te - and : ' . I: Nireat-Prophet; C. T. Dixon r Sachem; C. B. Wagner. G't ' lor Saga1a -1hiT Eller, Gr't 'Junior Sagamore Johnm J. Mullin, hiefpf Records; Chas Deal gpeof Wampum; Tho's " 'r p; W.S. Jones, ;r diepw;.C. E. Cammer of the Wigwam; (rat Guard of :_ banquet was pre yasdvbe the hospita. Rfed Men of home Tribe, STip ...qd the Indians re stfill on the war the.walp because, ý M w*bt ait end take S i~if th spread. j he wrijter enjoyed atMr. C. B. Wag : :,ieuidenoe of 4 ., -a a00" - Judge * ast saiit of the oid hbl lea sad= .and 4'· .4 . :hs ''wy "would 'tl U~edifit f 4r x +11 47 }b* : Aobst = But their reputations certainly and ought to put to route all auspicions. * I It 7might be well however to say Ixon nothing about it in Shreveport, es ,G't peoally where the Great Propht's Gr't squaw can hear it: because an ex uin, planation awkwardly put-and he Deal is not good at that when the mad ho's am has the eyes of inquiry focus nes, ed him-gets a fellow in troubl...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 22 May 1897

-Porgress. 8zSuV3Uapp?, L. - - MAY 22, ý1S97., THEY DTEY MODT8TUIT. $" tit SMr. F. B Bounds is an old citi- m , izen of Shreveport and while onp the force before, made an excel- di lent record. He resigned to go in to business. S V r. S. W. Beheler is another old it citizen and has been a property th owner. i Mr. F. M. Morris is a resident of St many years standing, and is a tax cc payer. All have families to sup- of port; all are good, straightforward to men and all were applicants for , a position on the police force. Y But somehow they did not suit the m supe$atively magnitudinal Big f Boss or Bosses who controlled this, and strirngeri almost, and men of about two years re sidence here were chosen instead. Oh yes! - that is reform in the highest sense. It is always the bitter plan to inake old citizens, .steady men; those who are the fathers of families, stand aside for p new men, single men and those u wirho have no children to support. o Ishaw I the Big Five neen't take a the p...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 22 May 1897

,yerY.atarday by "O . D. ; Wog s & 8: T. ABBOTT. ý' " Editor A& Shreveport a .ýr'f -e r~tlMatter. Gaddo Pariah Fn ar $ot'' `"-. PLacri. ;,L . :.OnDoll .·( .'.....,.Twenty-five Centsf ;·I~ laneea , La .. Lw JW 4 oir Amoiw ,4 I p · jM£ 14i Fy'w p S : ýq" ~ r< ý SWe want to see Bro's Gilmore, Sanabolt' Jones, "Bentley and MOe _i._ Grath in tigehts and ruffes.-Mor gan City Review. Sr Captain John and Bentley, in BOT. tights! great glory, what a sight! Fiior Put some men in public position, n o matter ,how insignifcint, and ort they. show the upstart, the fool or bully in short order. The way in wh Iwbioito bring, them to their sent Ssee is to putie-the - out.-Flbrida Parishes: - Your remark may have a special reference, Brother Cook ! but it isl Strue as Holy Writ, generally. "RoW To, mow Mushrooms: "--. eF The United States Agricultral I et is. sending out many , - tinas. The latest is.a cirular oanmushroom culture entitled ,How to w mushrooms." Fromn a 1 - readpng of. this....

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 22 May 1897

4Is to be blessed by the priest of Spaincourtville church. Inmates of ' ttrshouse claim that they have not only heard odd sounds, but k. have also seen mysterious beings clothed in white, supposed to be Lo Suneasy spirits. While some ofn the present members of Mr. Pre- o' jean's famiily claim that they heard oti Sghostly voices, Mr. Prejean him- ý Sself says that he hears nothing. L ,-Natchitoches Enterprise. o04 My, my ! ve dought dat der tay acisphooks undt such dingts vas m - over midt. w An Unmitigated Fraud.-The i press of Louisiana is hereby warn- at ed that C. A. Watson, 235 Morgan Ei Ss., New Orleans, La., who is ad-6 :.vertising a shorthand school is a swindling- fraud and will not pay his advertisising.. The Weekly s News has contributed one months P advertising, in a silly moment of 8 overweening confidence. and it N peaks by the .card. Sabe?-The i= Weekly (Floyd) News. o0 Ditto here Brother Hutchinson ! Sas to doing a month's advertising e ý- without receiving pay theref...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 22 May 1897

V." . s t4re t 1 81oflf8--8B-on Y a asgo--wR e dine an G r e a t pay yea Sno year "ag we began to move into our present quarters. -Q a tcrowded ittle storo of X000 Uarp feat 16. hiMd Q 1 .;;M, r Establishmer~ant'! containing Opp t oderilL~ Ohne Yearago we rose above al competitich arid -. v' be a Sight that would illuminate all Shreveport," and we have done so.-One year ago we begIn to inject into our business R U Z Iijj Eml thin that were innovations and pushed them with so much :ener v that their success was certain.- We stand to-day as a record of tbievement in which both the public and ourselves have benefited, '~IA store thls Is never satisfied by merely buying and sellinggodbufove rii aspmng to rise to a higher ylano of perfection as a Public Instrument: an es thats trifty a place as uhrevepors deuerves such a store as Bigarts" W Celebratbrate This Sale by Quoting These Extraordinary Bargains' ' Ap bll Waist Commemoration. Linen Commemoratbon. f Staple Commemoration. ý:_, send...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 22 May 1897

* " = . r .~;~ N -ss I c. I O ur Lrne ' h 4 1DV*uL*J9994!l.mm 4*ee*ee** Sbe Ti8 c c c eason- ........ . . ý rr Is at its Height! Demands for HigH Grade wheels is greater than ,theSp' y ply, We have the = eoLUJVIBIfe, - j F OWLERJ, 0S competi . Z.:, --- ~l ~E(EpIfiSTON, ct *IUNToN, This line of wheels eompi 's UNTER,~of all the MJETEOR, Wh Zzterested come and 0ee us. We sell Blcyole Sundries s25 per cent. Less than any place in the c.ty. t 4. 2eet. UT I ONAR6EpfEE STexaset. HUTCHINSON & HARTS ;JEWELERS. 4 The color coatinations are. new gtlhe brightest of ied with I $1let and poerple, a vivrid green bsdsinthy added. Cerise, a very 5 is almost as meuch in favor t riolets an the two are frequent- t Bilue and green, although not t late arrangment, is stili very I ;wumn;plaids are very fashionable, and -een. predominating; they 1 in siiadmirable bloouses, which t wiak its of black canvas, sum- t aor grenadine, are in excellent I r -*-* - s a 6hthe most enjoyable dances of last was th...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 22 May 1897

UWI* TS. ndsman took a ride a "number of alleys Wed J; i pt tg. and tais sugges Oaap~~eto birn, clean up. ?OgfOS8 UPS its hat tohOief l wh+ W re. and tho, "s rer e w ,wereipes P.fl`bWrtmafule ° Sg zt Jel~l end Elev~a i-doig a successful g ?th.'i $eet paving commence. trade needs. the money that ' spent in .tie work. t'X e? isaking no onesa rfPlh-gtams9.OaoopIs,jnot "o Wrier 3s it reterrl I, ~~we Lieutenantig 4' 4Z I K4 ~;i a a~i~,%ii "^~~:B :~~,l~ tp i u ~ - A [TS. many other things than "painting a town red. ; S The citizens are beglanning to ride bank more on Mayor McKellar. __ Rev. GJL Harrell, of Minden, filled Dbrpencik's pulpit Sunday, and preached two excellent ser ohi on. The Progress has a very P high opinion of this popular di aeand knows at him to be a pe'Christiran and a noble leader. rev Mr. Harrell takes his religion everywhere. He never leaves itat home. In business transactions, evea- .in putc t uae ngs or in political mtul gatherings or at the polls, it is al ways w...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 22 May 1897

A NEW SOCIAL LEADER. Itis - -- some ids er Sway to Ieala. the xa- spite Mail C.Iu&L frequ Mrs. Charles F. Sprague, wife of Con- worn . ~e~in pect Sprag:e of Boston, will ty R '. suiLOtab IguS jin Washington o mak i~ii it is tShe is the leader of the best so- it & Ss in Boston, and that is msaying a a cer deal. She is the richest young ical a in the city of wealth which is attr aome. Her randfather. William F. e 4 Pbilad.perhi left her a fortune is pl P i4,00,oo0oo which has increased pear $dlh tan grown znaller with time. seen Bve is averyhandsomne blond men be. sg air, and her naturally si appearance is enhanced only Tim mot in Wog 1....wig is e it',' this in `--goy pea com nia nat ' fi gta * *ae. fo dirplay in Her~An.. Ba drmse, nthe tefault tailo maw wa kn giwlnI in the s-eet to the gWrgeon in wbtch die is garbed in so W°eash amas the admiraton a n Od 'sper lam friseds. H c ~k PU5. is a superb bhoteas Ret S wealth inables her to have ust p dse dshies when she atertains, i...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 22 May 1897

LIBRLEs. b the i. se RAMON ?-j-3 Ar~ * . t-.- udiw t.·.n Nieinwaut - Ia New 0m, b~· :'·~")' d :lam Lt·oeiiie .3k dt ffi LbI 1o~BL us~i - .s sei ii llia a -- - - -a .sntib ýilrsnraa- . r~ l~ir ~Ne ipS# '~ba jmt - ~~~~~u' : -ar~r l :·~ :-II~L·I ~ VPt ]~ ~rs~··riY~ls leIo Am B mapb D mo in , 3szug Camoed U4 I a wD 114 the landing oe !ad 1'-ii~ ·~e~ urnds -IP sP~~ duam'rr - l white two -tmg se urn .t ftrge eHavm t. " bmv1of the ~ au m~. lbw mse at of u~ma and I',' a' bamhie took a m' toliae ls FI Imyof 9s$7, sa arty -Mwk *..L th 11 eat t - at # q e - and mbeinrnad 1%ym baAia... * _CJ1r a r irºt a th moss binihaad bt bthes. a 8·kin 10 fat!.e Now Ois ewtb R' y be 4ogd r - n ~ Sr m'qss 1- ·waI ,Jr~ sUsut m~m,d ýgm ý uýImer t rfr~4a~aIr Wl~ hr been dv . es4im ft ar / -' SM.l dItia · absewa u!lrp u8r4u veer t~ 'ft "i . a! W~ I S -eia rOi ..t ts` i M d lmar ; ss g : aeR eiý-scads' " is pia tr rs ý- . d - rl·g~Y.1 lr ~al was ne-rvr z w, s. oan. »s as Ive wee imm vans rweosved of -an uprsing in...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 22 May 1897

auit s gunmn o--a G ngnung a en Wfcuns odds until he w ~rnuie and taken psaosnu. Mies tb SMig Iibo'ate uanner. claw of the wr be nettled in Al 's ' i ~ 3was .:dull to the o othe Vlrginius When take n aars, be claimed the right at d ao the United Statese, but d unmheeed. B J ind Cubs at that dim. r:t1 e bupm it~ enaiie aid the Virgiais it aaatda fatal blow to the revola G.UC.GK L. KiLXR . Ie ~ISRI IN AMERICA.. 1WTOR 4OARS SPLENDID TRIBUTE P TO THE CELT. a ta !'! gs t she Mkitlmees 01 ofNe csm~ry-4t. Wau* s.-i si. wn0.a Wibrautg weals lr ar as'rl· s naaa ~asove saely eer rooevee a l~eir tinnthat which tealfLrom ~ 0Rod.m George P. Sow the U 'at sateS -o bent to sinr, Mu.a, ama shr sow, hiinsV of the followinug no `1 vt )eat importet to e tU M s- b sOw r eelo out was ,th ~e gatiam ~wbich began teesI. W e haed good re masn to bid p i a r b e a i n o rl n -n to Aumeican lber- t leia -w clome from the bgn megi n66 When tasXhuetta wasn i B+an the teinzble bcota t Bilip's was, the generos pe...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 22 May 1897

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