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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 5 November 1892

A CHRISTIANt HERO. &Ar 1Dews Ris Let feor a YFSed sad Is Irmself MiraeuleasIy Saved. e are heroes in every class of life; y a name unnoticed and unknown fame is yet written in the Book of , enrolled in the noble army of mar who have laid down their lives tot for his sake who died for them. h a hero was Michael Verran, a id specimen and true type of a Cornish miner. romp a boy he had lived sad worked the dark mines, but he had learned i) the name of Jesus at his mother's and the dark galleries and levelb the mine did not hinder his having oa sense of the Saviour's presence. One day in his full manhood be was with two others sinking a shaft. had bored a hole in the usual way blasting, and then according to rule of the three had ascended the shaft, vhin the ethers to finish the prepa, olr iAing the eharge. The bole was filled with powder and tamped, and all that was left do was to cut the fuse and then tfo tea to ascend the shaft and let he bucket for the last, so that he aed the f...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 5 November 1892

TIE PROGREKSS. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY Hicks & Williams. latered in the Postarfee at shreveport as Second-Cl+e hail Matter. Orrlcl: 612 Spring Street, between Mitsel and Crockett. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year ............... .... . One Dollar. tir MooiuSb................ Sixty-Ave Cente. 'three Mouths................ Thirty-flve Cents. C. O. HICKS, - - - EDITOR. G. G. WILLIAMS. - - MANAGER. -YOV CAN GET COMMERCIAL JOB PRINTING Dose at Ibis Ciie. Is Fact, WE MASE A SPECIALTY -Of all classes of JOB :: PRINTINC, In whcbh we endeavor to * ileue. Prices moderate. The Progrees. . " - 612 spring. superior Cook Stoves Are unequaled. See them at The Fair. ,Lees truckling and more manly indepodendee is an essential ingredi ent in some of Shreveport's citizens in order to put the car of progress in wot on. Finest of beef, mutton, pork, and veal at Wagner Bros. Pluck, vim and energy will re move mountains it is sid. Let us torn some of it loose on a few of Shreveport's business men, and see i...

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

SEVENTH ANNUAL FAIR. r fat Everything is Satisfactory and Pleasing Except the sir Attesndance. pu The Seventh Annual Fair of Shreve- P port opened under unferorable anrs pice. The first set-back was the ex- wC tepsion of the Dallas Exposition on Or asooent of the inesant rains at the a' laeda place during its announead - oondly, on Mnday mbrnin, the oeing day, the murky appearanee o the clouds, with the warm wind a 1 coming in from the Tast, gave was- he ing of inclement weather r as al ba The signs grew worse, until a slight of drizds dunng the day gave way to a i( heavy rain that night. Thisasws ol- ' lowed on Tuesday night by the m heaviest down-pour that ever fell in as this country, to our knowledge. This wi was succeeded by another, which be- Pr gan shortly after dark Wednesday w( night snu continued steadily until tb about 10 o'clock Thursday morning. I The rains appeared to have been gen eral, which prevented many from d+ coming in from the surrounding * country who otherwis...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 5 November 1892

FRENCH CERAMIC ART. The Royal Pereelaine of Yrsaee - St. Clead. ChaOtty and serse Warew. The royal porcelains of France are udqne in their exhibition of the utmost prtlsction of trained effort and artistic skill. Vol taires in his "Sleecle de Lelb XIV," tells uas that porcelain was made as St. Cloud before it wan manafsetnred elsewhere in unrope. Milky white sad lueil, desorated with scallops andarabesqee in the purest French taste, the new art had an inmmedi ate menos. In 1173 the St. Cloud buihld ings were destroyed by are, aad the per celaias of Chantilly rome into deewned favor and notice. Their special note was a certain opaque glans, eontaining tin, by the enmployment of which an exquisitely aruooth surface was obalnd. At first the decoration was borrowed from Japanee Imari ware. The distinguishing mark of this Chastilly production is a bunting horn, traced in red and blue. The Priac of Cosed was the chief patron; such pat ronage was not nncommon amnes the great French nobles...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 5 November 1892

IN SWITZERLAND. Life in the lEteolIted Pntrre Landl itn, Ing the Itnnaair 1htnths. lwltrerlAM.i the rn e.ht and most tuntlilnlo4 )llatry of klrlnlle, dTlTsr In, the cllmntate f Its vnri,alo Inlallltie. necor diag to their elnvntionl above the nn level. Ast a height expcnllgl o),lT foeet the monon talanr a' c('erO.* tll I perpetunl nlnw. 1ia low the lavI of 1'erpet nAI **now the roun try In di4h1'- rinte a sneion of inita, at different rllinenat I the hlghly "s of thpf9e beltl, thI lrh b 1arl-er fill the .rnlley, tiny plant h begin tle 'lothle the rantt v nani of the rWges iu tire s, owl Iit ti witr.eIIaudl A swign rttALFT. SOntantry of paetitran In wlhich ahrnha, Ilnt potters, appear. Iil tlhe third wit. fore, st of fir troe, and mi[ejll, rphle tIllrhe menI owe to sane Fant lir. In the fourth II'l. there are excellent ,eInIlIowue tnd forll'  ' h1IWIh trams, iand rye anil hrnrle.y oar. tulti tatld. I .lor lio nll there I re. ca, i l  nut troeM, muliarrie .+ nd inm,m and, whia...

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

FOREMOST an the latest styles of gents' and boys' etderwear, as well as leaders in in roducing novelties in every line of sraiahing goods is what the public •ays of Jordan & Booth. They now have on hand many nov ,lties in gentlemen.' wear which they are offering at prices commensnrate with the depressed condition of the :imen. Mesrs. Jordan & Booth are live men who understand their business ..nd know well how to catch the rade. They are offering for a brief period ,obby Winter Suits for $13.50), :.*d many other characters of wear nrg appearel at equally low prices. They have a complete assortment f Wool Neglige Shirts of latest de Figns which they have placed at prices within the reach of all. Their make of shirts is a speciality vith them and they are offering a ,.pleadid Full Dress Shirt 'or $1.25. When you wish anything in the ,lothing line don't forget to call on Jordan & Booth. Wagner iros. has fine salt water ish every Friday morning and Sat trday evening. Send 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. — 12 November 1892

T HE PROGRESS. Our Main Mission: The Upbuilding of Shreveport and North Louisiana. VOL. I. SHREVEPORT, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1892. NO. 41 DR. C. RATZBUIRC, DENTIST, J.. 11$ Te.r Iv..t, Ov.r 3.6.ah.Im.'.. I OHART5IEID MAY 37th, 1847. Penn Mutual Life Insurance COMPANY OP PHILADELPHIA. IO-IN R. FELL, GEN'L AGENT, No. 48 Camp Street, New Orleans, La. gST ANIIINUAL DIVIDEND PATING COMPANY II AMERICA. r a parely Mutual osmpeay. naresno of It eqdlty to Itresed tnh nearly belt a mstery. E t ommenoesant It t u stood always In the advance as the Largest Annual Dl-. bytea Company, eombliatn absolute seeuarity with minaumn cat to the Insured. Soroy Pllr) loeeed by the Penon I pretaeted absolntely agaless laps' or forlfetare. eesUwees with the P3NN MUTUAL oudn more desrlable and adveatagesm features to be feuad I uay poliey Issued by say other Company. and mlpose no harsh or ibl eseditUoia belng the beet embodimeat o the bees and mes liberal and pro. -tile the se esteeIof Life 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. — 12 November 1892

TH.E PROGRESS. SHHEVEPORT, LA., NOV. 12, 1392. WE MUST HAVE A CHANGE. A spx;rt (,f issatisfacti.n !ervadIes •or ltitre C(ion. 'This feeling i1 ,either sporadic nor local, but is co,a '.mua!ly inccrasing. anil has exidterice 4a overy portion of our goverrient, roil Ma::le to (';rdifornia anl fr-i A'ashiugt:)n to Florida. It » not the .tmplaint of the communit, but. is * he diýqunietudo of the horrablhe anr .adustrionu citizeu, whuose noblest tim is to inculahte in the bosom of 'ais posterity a feeling of honor ato,, .,:ernuce fr his country a.,d the .s;ty principles of true Americuan cit o.%enship. It is the growing tendency ,f the politics of his country to d - cunch this, which is causir g soi. nisgivings concerning the finality cf 'he measures now adopted by tlh arty managers of the da3. What will the end be? is the ques -ion which every honest man muWt I outinually and often address to him ewlf and to his equally conscientious neighbor, with the solution thereto :-st in the uun...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 12 November 1892

of t W1TH4 A $ROKEN WINO. of ilt b'wreI a nesaplr. m vict in Joliet prison L a crq of page from the cor- to jab Ww1 these itiws: auid thleUtkba wondlan4 mi.daw. io se Lbg oth bret h i sing, loaf seaweB o.-i pa~r wihb a inee wiug.Ma I e'ou3. Sad eacb merutag too Naideswete strjai: wtab Drakia pimi n p-ee a b agat. of " TIV% b~ekn for with a CrSwtetThe >t~ M of akrt. ib uraueb~leTPoi, A wl a gtaplao ti swlreýý sot % eats; ulasde had eusknota i s.." s ieah gbein. sledwith s rhUpints. 1 ea"te trap the .snacs wof*at it, had .atLrk= .aber ("n dapidr. fin' 0W pnh Irw to . own *4M with a rakks /lb babeen oeaYerts ·.tb6 e us toF4Binet am4 the Sbmin wgCleBm hos Ik bb bmetat to make bie x elt Re .ep ed the et Seuehfly. !Plan be e trhm he u"ashe, God to wS& -1iYn, but t iem mAid idob ga I the d psepah wbalweir be wnt.> his eapwes.o he sties 1wa adwt a De'ekes wing." M Now ambe am sothw. Il wwreer Iwar Imrad that -w *imi W KamokIa But MaeU kin" hL w of The a , D. 1.,PBit. o5LdT r 6Dtto...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 12 November 1892

-TI-B PROGRESS. t'L' LSEI) HE VERY SATURDAY BY Hickl & Willam.s. ,ilaered in the PI'o-tomte at :'hreveport as wecond-Ctlas Mail Matter. oUvrFt": (12 Spring tttreet, between Milam 1uil Crockett. SCUBSRIPTION: nce Yerr. ...... ..... .... ....... One Dollar. -i\ .Mo n s .............. ..... Sixty- re centi . r nrce Mouuth .......... ...Tlirty-fve C enta. C. D. HICKS, - - EDITOR. G. G. WILLIAMS. - - MANAGER. -YOU CAN GET-- C OMMERGIAL JOB PR!NTING Done at This GCie. In Fact, WE MAKE A SPECIALTY -(Of all Cla.ses of JO° :: PRINTINC, In which we endeavor to ilease. 1'rrices muderate. Tie ProgreCss. - - 612 Spring. Superior Cook Stoves .re unequaled. See them at The b'air. Did~you see the little old trunk in the relic depautment at the Fair? It Was made over 200 years ago, and tiret aw the light in 1680. It is now t.he property of Dr. and rs. S. S. A. Catlin, of our city. Finest of be-f, mutton, pork, and real at Wagner Bros. The exhibits of the Experimental Farm, at Calhoun, at our l...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 12 November 1892

OWLER'S LETTER. eo. IlI. sa t Il rublle Ameembli e. Sthree week since my But On the two f.,rmusr occa stew uwrds of criutism honse cing cerutin "church as: some young people older oms of the mascunlie will a *h the promise thin time to able thing" about those good ,nmotber" in ITreal ' But brigh  decide that these best needy o- pegap'le do ) litil thathem jnetice, be criticierd, ea- them 0pmction with their ro tie", that I forbear to say on or of an adverse chas acter cou . for they really do not notio it I therefore pass them y thing a growl. thaeuf, permit me to-day No realpee0 to that class tt more attend public assemblies, tinments of some kind, for by their exceedingly ill- know po manage to make them only di gu tiully colmpaic ,sabsolute nolmnce to the Ca ]bar hundred others wh lee iaSortuMue to be within ear meet test of one's good breed- bold behavior iu public places, best evideuce that one attra 's a load and blatant man- ing hese same oirncmstanoua, Subeaes, as at were,...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 12 November 1892

t _ tfi . .ý - '.". A REVOLUTION IN SIYLE3. Aixt!.'i ..r the i itit. Ii ipir. Low er~ka. huirrt Stine anti \Yhiln stoet~tny;,. 4r:." , '", -.,,lb. .4'.º444I4 t1) mein4 li. tt 1 teattllnn- ..rte c·".n~ uurnti in th~u a..eeut tt s't.u 11 ";r 1. iti mul 4rI4? twI :r 44 . -atl V I 11 l.' Pu"aIr1"n 4t ýII 14, It wl," lr e. ( il *,:l 4(: rjlityarr St, IV,44Pl t I ll tii lto ,. 11i t( :114 1 1I-44 t.ent4 «,"' nr" to re i·ttr* tit te fiº+tf i" 44t t.I't114444r.t. I. .,.'Wt." 11,1 14.44A." ý :"..i ittfh tli.S - '4t", . A11 thi 1 l \ ·r I' .4 n Ip44 wint ri9:,',nn. r+.t4 ht the t At :al S3:1 I. t'1:1114 if eltgral it";;a of t r, Napo- A P~tgTrTC¶T brr.W. 1:114 In. aore, c t'nmres are being designed 4~t44l moi tl(, (40 ol thre nesI Let it hole r14V wit I I b- modified. nod them ft remains In toe44 whether the elegnrntes will tomupf ,:art n14(ift the chance.. Of morse bonnets 1oi4 l (1tftr garments will folo10w mu, and w," must (:.' ttt pei4'flteis and long pelises. It i evern hinted that bare ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 12 November 1892

A FROM ERI~M RUN. 1I9E BlT:t.C RCOPd~.D OF oEK~b& OHCMA 6 W. SW E ENY. s h glen ,mw an rtIh Feseemt IlTey I see are Is l Irw'r;FuU (kseraeT-D~aria Deeds to6 c Uesl e, n zhe PLaInss m d i. ste War he W Tn Orr trs relbn. mopr .pbp~rrrt1'. 1,' by ArfleIteea Pr,.. Assoate- Nettb cn bank r1thts rneseve&) enfti ROtT ir hs teens Swot pntinq on eoldie the harmse% andi )drn- Lilpi tug~ to keep stet' in H-eei' a cttytraining lotb emnirreyi a oue ftmiL arrnA general l.yuy batting a U1ion hero dlvtwtoa ietr t. Om breech before At- ittlil i lahawt'bufftt the the]I fierce (l'ouferat. It in sortie and eswtbs b e dey-thC one the th.e -wm'W ridC the- other the cllmax t anhash th s ,eile'e (iear. The pathwaty between wseedry. ,ac e, It e vsttaee or tbere would he no To- !IOI .i 0oc to follow, anl of coarse wee not t+ Ci a ve-lied in cl'705. iit. General Svee ny lsinded in New York i ke'e'l he thnrt ee in at fimity of etiles from the o01 -gaine striken Wsand, anti after a few the j of study is...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 12 November 1892

THE ELECTION IS OVER, And Cleve!nnd Will Relieve Harrison. So will Jordan & Booth drive into quarters too chlwe for the .comfort of all comIlptitors in the Clothingu Line. These have been making extra ex ertions to kee.p pace with the onward march of Jordan & Bouth, but their foot-steps are becoming weary and laggard, and ere long the business lfe of Shreveport will cease toreme-mber thew. Just think of a uobby Winter Suit for $13.50, and neat full-dress shirts for $1.25. This is what .lordau & Booth are of fering, and of course it is not ex pected that any others can come to these figures. But this is by no means the limit of their extraordinary offers nor the extent of their stock. They have a complete amsortment of wooi;negligee hbirts, which have been marked ex tremely low, as has also their full line of gents' andboy,' underwear. Never for a moment imagine that t JoJdan & Booth ever carry a limited stock, but bear it always in mind that boys and men can get a co...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 19 November 1892

THE PROGDRESLS Our Main Mission: The Upbuilding of Shreveport and North Louisiana. VOL. I. SHREVEPORT, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1892. NO 42 ~-L-_it ~_ _ . . . . . .. ..... .._ .. . . .. L.. . . . . . .. . . . . . . .. ... .. . ...... . ._....... . . .. M m- ,,,,m DR. C. RATZBURC, DENTIST, o. 318 Toexas treet, Over LOW - 14 lMrtiiM. CHRITELED MAY 27th, 1847. a Penn Mutual Life Insurance COMPANY OF P ILADELPHIA.: JOHN R. FELL, GEN'L AGENT, No. 48 Camp Street, New Orleans, La. UIGEST ANNUAL DIVIDEND PAYING COMPANY IN AMERICA. The PEWN Is a purely Mutual Company. the best guarantee of Its Solidity is its record fhr nearly half a century. Srom its commencement t it has stood always in the advance as the Largest Annual Divi ; l Paying Company, combnnlog absolute security with minimum east to the Insured. S evry Policy issued by the Penn Is protected absolutely against lapse or forfeiture. A eoetract with the. PEIN MUTUAL unites more desirable and advantageous features ,the are to be ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 19 November 1892

- tI THE S:3NS OF LTE . iME3. h ";' '.(t_ 1 , f ('h'evelwl d 1me:'s P 1 .1 re 1.8i 't l t ': trbi1p' Ii. U. * x' c r a i pe t l I<.]ly vi , ".:" l It O 1, 't t. l n ..tt t . .' i - for Ih pa-t two , .c;,uh t.. counr.trv'-, nture. : ' i hu I l,,. lf i.: r:.tieinI sym • % : . . , , f m en V o. , e .l :-;ati . A: t : t l'r c a 1 ' - h 'ti ' of at , . -,. "' i' " t r' l alitn and t !. t ire ".i, , " .,' t":i.l N t"1i' l -, i '.' 1-i , lr" 0 :-'ý" ,:.' , P r1 os- t} S.,. --' If the 1),'n',cratic ;:i t, . .'t.t ,'tion cam at a in :, .-it a- u ..t nieeded, d an I "v t ... n:i of tih' 1our. With no , . t. :: ' : a r . ;.' venture. .....  r:, " ,I t y '.,: tw( t r,' a I nch. l .: ter n t cul1 i:spire' t ht con 21n , ati :.,'t, I l n ich ChI veland .,,., i; : -t, r-to - ,hl C'lhief iE. 'a"-t+ . ,' .r , ' in i. fTh, are are b', v :. . ,, Fir-t, his do-I ... , .... 1 i ' 0 :, ti:(' utrot't:t vo t l I l : ', ,-,t.1 robs . L .. _'-, t,,:. ,,th'. ,' a c..Jautg li S,,, ,,i:, } ii= t .- 1 r...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 19 November 1892

"" EIN T - IH.I-HT. ,l,,:.u ,ll,,t , .tna ;",1,, It 1.i D.'art.- 1'1 .1.4l,. 1, .-' 1 I, .. , , .. \ .1 , . , i, 1 ,l" nthrolae li:i ! l ,' . .l ' :,r ,,, I;,, :1. °: certiin ty. ntI' I .r l ..t. h l ll-4 3 Celg ,rly fr I' , 1 ,' it r C tl 1t ,il 1 ll, I -alo1 g the 01 ' .1 1w y. P I lt nI ' ."'. 14 1,  dhtm1( lit' It ,", 4 ' v lo r;Iw ' h an, no. i, vllanc. il t .  ,I :r 4 )"l' r n' - :i it II. to 14rv'l' t IrfiI' I 11 h t '4+ 41:11 1'441) it  4i'oa of ,t I  Ir'. 41 it:i~ i rt1 llnt i 1 "-lll jeti9 , bilt 1r" ir ' '' ''llll' h411'414 40 4 fl i i dislovtlre4 fir tlrlli'i'41 e4 4-). tilh h1 .'1 igplul4 of I'lIii' i 4 rt Io11 I ,'1 4l' 4 1141 dI ':I I,! 1 rL g(I4,1;4, 4or^3'11, 1); '4 i nt I',) 14 1 '1'44!011) , (1f Ir optinilonlls ai inlm , .'ll'lint t l:, l it, tnl y. el* 1) n n v"4r 1 f 11'f lieV I r , lll ,ll 1 ill. 1,11- f° etr ingth~ ll ( t! )1 :1 '!4 1 4 %)4)'(+4 1111 .l1. ties which (scie'n .' i., rl..t14 h11ly unlb1rI4lil \4 lbfore 111o e4i1A~1hl,,I ye of tht ex,- l...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 19 November 1892

THE PROGRESS. PUI IsIII:El) 1:vl i v e ,"I'TItI).1Y BY Hicl. & Williams. :Ltrrer l it, the Post, I,- at .-hr, po t ILs 4c( nd-l h.,ss inil tit r O r'i i +.; ',rilug itrest, Let,'tent'*i M anm htL'o (&I l'7' lt N : 'in IC e r. ...... .... lnU ; lnr. I b t t .. . . . . I- I I I .\c InItll C;. D. HICKS, - - - - E ir oR. r,. C. WILLIAMS. - MAn ,r( . - -YOU CAN GET - ,£IMMERCIhL JOB FRINTING .laon at This Offiee. In Fact, I E -MA E A SPECIALTY -'f I ll (Ia.h' w 0 r JOB :: PRINTINC, pl+ ni I(rares Inch ruv. Ta. o'aCre * . - - - I.2 sprling. 4.OTTON NTI. I UPWAllD. ('ttoni wai W ,ltl ,on thne streets yes "'a-dly for 1) e'ltit. kligher grade "rIighbt lbattor priees, somlIe bringing 1l) ceints, Inud this for cotton nut of +tio extra l1, g Stiple. nuperior ('ook Move· re uneqtualed. See them at The I Fair. 01, quit scratchinlg ounr hea l and engit. .lllg over the aiill'ject; jiust gate, r'th PN.n,:1iHIMt youir aitdvartii-ig and l .joi wo k, nil becolmet, immediately l)Olspe'r0l.*...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 19 November 1892

WONDERFUL STATE. GENEROUS PRODUCTIVE NESS OF HER SOIL* a ..hiS Stnry T.,lI by 11er Kx poifnacert "Post .,. a_!nbrity of louiiartn'i cli bee been told Iy tyie papers of ,ince oftLntiimes. and the story t grow old b, canus it trants of a 0dear to the l1aurt. of the hli tion. The asCertion of the oan this point is ronched for by ans, ustainetd by 1tatistice armed by the higher authority Obhlih of her citi.-nM. press has beenl equally as gen pud inspiritiog in describing paderfnl fertility of Louisianua'M It has boasted that nearly all -vygetable Kingdom was iudi thereto or would readily to its seductive influences, nod e so accliuatedt as to oas upon the nustaining fluid ie bisuom of mother earth so y yielded up. While to a ant these claims were only they were as stontly manu it practice had dewuonstrat nality of the deduction, he possible reasoning readily that end. H)owover, the Sow comen when theorising Sehd on the superannated iciebility its ent hroned owmmonwoalth of our beau ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 19 November 1892

~-- F. - ~ CHATS ABOUT MEN. Governor Tilhitran las but one eye. I'la';iton Fi"h is t!:h . only livin: x-' - jgw-t r, r of New York who hn. ll ;tce I r.. cor to 1';. W. K. Van,!', .ri!t hlas recovercd fromnt I i- .i ": -n y,ec lt Al .t !.ft) itn motley a and ,',I.untlo wo:rth, f , ':,tii le. Tho hatet c '.ir-,nttry n:unae for Geor:" W. ('Lilt- i. t .. "-- tL, Du Ad hen of, the N in, te:1tt c: , ,!:ry." A Mr. Gtoizan. f Lon,;-in, bet that Le coul 1 sln, 1.it j ".x ci:zar- dwn 1 ito) an inch in lesI, ! :.in t l itc ln rs. C lie did it with forty-two minutc:s to t w are. 'to th,' list of peers in lesinos , may be added the ints.e of Lri is,,', wn,,) is starting a".he keeper af c clen,', lolmging hu.-o near the Vauxih:]ll rail way utnat io. Dr. Butt , pr- i,'nt tof Drew Theo ]og, ni srlnminart'v. bh,). 1. l ,,.n cih.-.'n editor of Tie .\,,tho Iht L view. is a .iltlnceti;l ;,'adullalto', a o fi r:lu pre.ach r «: d o aii . ('I,,Ietue;. ;u ,nife cu. oll(*e . C ,w it. ,i,,on, w!,.) wv.:s...

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