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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 December 1892

a.p. .t *om. Week mahgll Dec. II. Comnment by Rev. . M. Doyle. ToPic.-la his name. Acts xv, S; Col. ill, 1 17. The name of the Lord Jesus Christ is dear to all wh , have put their trust in him, not that there is anything in the name, but tlhat it stands for one in whom there is n,o :lch. TheIScripture 1 oMtains many injunctions concerning hame, two of which are contained in lessons. 1. Be willing to make sacrifices for name (Acts xv, 26). In speaking of n and Silas the Christians of Jeru em describe them as "men that have ed their lives for the name of oiu Lord Jesus Christ." Paul and Silas had not died, but in preaching Christ had actually run a risk of their lives. Life is the greatest sacrifice any one could *make, and it would naturelly embrace all other sacrifices. In the days of the apostles, and gven often since, men have actually sacri8ced home, country, life all things-for the sake of their Saviour. And all martyrs are not dlad yet. There ase still those who sacrifice muc...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 December 1892

TiK 7 GRESS. WnLsaUeD ,i X SATURDAY BY Na-k * Wlllia, . In the Postowce at Shreveport as Seesmd-Class Mail Matter. cm 12 Spring Street, between Milam 2, 'LlSrIPTION : ...............................e Dollar. . .. . ....... irty- ve Ceqts. iioi".:......... Thirtyl-voe Cýýs p. HICKS, - - EDItTOR. ., WILLIAMS, ," ... MaNGOER. I W pN ET-- COIIEIRCII JOB PRINTING i ats Otes.. a rlat, s M A sPOeCILTY -Of all Classes of JOB : PRINTINC, 1 l which we endeavor to Spsse. Prices moderate. Te? i ,. - . e12 Spring. BIG ISSU E? No, thisL is not our big issne. We S1ow it is of sufficient size to war am ts passing for that, but still it is p' : beIause our big affair will be ei inls this, and will, we _ii.k, 9t . entertaining as it is This large issue will be an adver * IdiaUm which will be of great e to our meahants. It will go the hands of many people who read it earelully, thereby bring the advertisements under the Snooesm of the readers. Our rates are extremely moder as we are now far more des...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 December 1892

the new vidanguer has made reputation thus far. our ministers should put in ional word in their sermons the Sunday-law violators, an excuse is in order from the orks company for furnish muddy water. the eyes of the taxpayers will on the city council to see if raise the present license on the liquor bsiness, so as to make to that paid by country deal the city taxpayers ar anxious what the finan committee to do about reducing sal-I curtailing forces. If the city intends to make lines of business preferred uee the license on them, let be of reputable natures, like es, dry goods or other neces and not, as is now the case, of disesteem, such as the drink oons. the new-old cars of the City y Company need neither gong le to give notice of their r because their rattle while in can be heard several blocks. "public office is a public seems to be an unknown senti among some of the officials of parish and the city of Shreve it would be hard to make of Shreveport's policemen be the town would no...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 December 1892

MENk91VOVES APES i AOSRIeS 8 LEWIS (K QUAD. [Copyright, 1BM, by C. B. Lewis.] I m ver read of one of these train hold ps, which result in getting possession t ths money in the express car by sheer hets force, without feeling disgusted at 1 e way the professional robber has de Wammtatl into a tough. In my time, whea I was an express messenger on the SG. & P. . R., your robber was a sharp, shrewd man, who perhapscarried a plan in his head for six months. He sometimes worked with a "pal," but as Ssix or eight of them banding together ad holding up a pasenger train like a 3ag of Mexican brigands, they bad too mook ehivalry about the. I had been employed in the Buffalo moe over a year before I got the run east. My in sdrctioms were simply to 'look out for voerybody." I was twenty-three years eM and pretty well posted on the way eooks worked the express cars. There re lots of them about, and banks and engres messengers were their big game I wish to explain to you that the con tracts w...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 December 1892

\I ti " of NY HE WANTED THE MONEY. Horrors of a Homemade Halreut Confronted MIlm. Why, no," said Mr. Peck, the grocer, a surprised tone, in reply to Benny bumper's request, "1 haven't any k I can give you just now. How is you are asking for something to do? well dressed boy like you does not ask for an odd job." "Oh, sir," replied Benny, "if you but w how anxious I am to earn a quar you would surely give me a few er da to perform." "You can't be hungry, can your "Oh. no. sir. I have had my usual ber of meals so far today." "Do you want to give it to a por w or to a blind man?" "No, sir. I do not now recall any h poor unfortunate." "Do you want to 1,ititit in tie. ii--,n box?" "No, sir. My par..ntt jrovile ime with money for that Plurl,' '.. "Yon want to go to thei, minstre'l hllw, I perhaps?" "You have not yet guesse.d ily needl of the money. sir." "Then what in the world do you want ttfo?" "Oh, sir," replied the distressed boy, 1 "my mother said she would cut nmy hair after suppe...

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

rMORE . AiOUT7T-HE EXPERIMENT STATION. In our last issue we closed with the statement that the farm was now ex - ting with fifteen kinds of co nsiting of 465 varieties. The amesry is not 'et complete as the six asee now in cultivation in fruit rill soon be increased to ten and the =uaie. and varieties will be further Leaving the orchard and following ear conductor, Major J. G. Lee, we sontinued our inlection of the prem: ihes and soon calme to that portion allotted to experiments in grasses and forage crops. We found hero :,i wvagitiM of grasses, 6 of clover, 5 of ed;1 of barley and1 of rye. Of the grames thus far experimented with the.Bermuda as a Summer arti Ae and has been found the best, while f or general purposes the Texas blue ,gra ontrivals all, as it remains .seen year in and year out, and is in luurant growth when all ether kinds has become withered and hMlted by the Winters breath. The past year tests were made *with 45 varieties of cotton, 12 of which were of various spe...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 December 1892

.THE PROGRESS. PAGES PGS PAGE PAGES. SHREVEPORT TO 8.LA..ATURDAY, T . t_ SHREVEPORT, LA.. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17,1892.. NO. 4;. In Order to Finally Liquidate Our Affairs We Will Offer Our Entire Stock, Consisting of Over 50,000 IO0I1 F DIII IIJ OS CLEHOG, 3SO 3,' CARPETS, ETC., AT AND BELOW CO'ST = WILL BE DONTINUED IUTIL THE UNTRE STOCK IS DISPOSED OF! THIS SBALE IS FOR ASHB ONLY. Our Business Must M Wound Up Within the Next Thirty to Sixty Days, and We are Determinod to Accomplish It Regardless of Any': Sacrifice Resulting to Us. RE rY USS & S E PEO PLE' S Si0ERS Write for Illustrated Catalogue, and Buy Shoes At St. uis and ew York Prices. at st Louis and --uI"PW-MftiG L kb Ajt ·t*

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 December 1892

THE PROGREiSS. AT WORK'AGAIN. Sin is ever active and immorality never leeps. These truths were w-er more fully verified than in the rereed efforts of a certain class to have the doors of the Columbian Ex position open on Sunday. The subtle arguments which these votaries use would challenge admira ion, were it not for the fact their im port means the overthrow of the Christian doctrine and the supremacy .a sacrelige. They are again appealing to the gallantry ef the American Nation, and striving by unholy flattery, to cause the people of this vast common wealth, who honor the Sabbath day, to surrender their religious priuci ples and turn the country, with her precepts on religious iattezs, over tL a horde of heathens and ilolators Sophistry Lrtathes in every word that is used in slpport of the d - mand to open the World's Fair on Sunday, and a surrender of virtue, manhood and honest convictions is asked for. The foreign nations will be our guests, these applicants say: their deas on ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 December 1892
Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 December 1892

TIE PROGRESS. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY Risks A WIlliams. Bisured Is the Ptagamee at Shreveport as Ieoond-Clas Mail Matter. OrMfcl: 612 Spring Street, between Milam and Crockett. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year. ................... One Dollar. Il Mobths............ ....ixty-flve Cents. Three M ths........... irty-l ve Cents. .O.WL AMS. - - MANAGER. ESTIMATES ON GAS FITTING -AND ilurica Light Work raltudhea * ApplieatoE. ,COKE AND TAR I -Fer Sale By GAS COM PAN Y. Have Yoan Ae"4n The. beantiful Chitna Goods at The Fair. A kind word spoken in a friendly apirit is frequently highly treasured by the recipient, though the dunor ,asy attach little importance to it. When we note a newspaper in North Louisiana speak of progres sion and at the same time oppose the --ti-option bill, we see a great in @oakstency in its policy. I0OU SECRKTAlY. Tar PROGRESS nominates for Secre tr of the Lair Association, Capt. Jan J. Horan. We scppofe it will be the expendi tare of useless language to write on this 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. — 17 December 1892

VERY ACCEPITABLE. ico Christmas Present sped Husband To Wife. c Christmas present which is slot always aoceptable to theprl wife is a handsome set of table voti It is agift which is nearly appropriate and appreciated. me selected stock of these is now to I cheep at the store of the this southern Hardware Co. do nea likewisehasa full line of all oc of Cie the eavy and Shelf Hardware. te is fast going out to its im- whi trade. Bates vastly reduced the t the Ordinary Price, tHi on the question of levee scrapers Iar questionably leads all competi- Ho of. mo o carloads just received this lan of I from Western Wheeled Com- ocr -both Wheel and Drag Scrap- pli bItar We claim these Scrapers to be t twice as much as any on the e. ontractors will use noth- cat PrI else. either on railroad or levee tio - Ask men who use Scrapers ofj aliving whose make to buy: so p make a mistake now and buy a int that levee contractors would o use. pu and se these Scrapers and web then show yen exactly their ...

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

NOW. 3! ACILAItIP AllWU PUotKr Rise! for the day Is paelng; While )ee inn Hedreamlng .'n. The oaether. Live Ibwa1k ' thr arats. Ane forthi to the fight are rol. A plc.. in ti e ti rs cv sitt yon, traeh mace loes s ''m. pert to plat The pest ace' tel. I10IlC aire IleeltlntE In tI1 far'. of t. a .tern tot-.lc. Ri.. frmw year ctrecrncui Ith'e flur.. tsf rah1lihs ceCCCP hardl ee *to "h t 1, OCf cteerin ROMl P lrant yrel's Youer futuire as deerelc·f plelrv (Or honor ((.I4 fruels It iii' Hilt your arin'ets itt tleeer C III Noer thec need alo great s-e te tee Rise' If the paut lt.tlnc rome. Her anunsliw and .florinsi frtecl 'oeehcitli so wihworthihe toeeod tel""I Ac (holn. (f &1 ra i rcentl }a.I )I-ii light (phs Iol"''ll)W1 "' " v "". I (:mel e.i he thto a.se. caet hit leh clelrttrceeciscc' Nor hoc1k tack. %a:" Ceo (cCr1 echo ' Ocf a utether .toite tee 'layl Rtce' fet the.' lay is Ca.cs~It Thce lowcs ceeeii theset viii '" n" "'C , 1'. it'.' een el en tt b ins to till. I Arise- jeer 111...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 December 1892

A BOLD BOY COLONEL. THE CRACK CONFEDERATE ARTILLER 18T, WILULIAM JOHNSON PEGRAM. lby a leeelbey Volunteer in 1861. He reames One of the Best Battery Cem iaders i the Southern Army-U-k Death at Five Forks. Copqyriht, 18, by the American Press Asso clation. Book rights reserved.] ONSPIC UOLS among the war relios in the state house at Rich mond hangs "a faded bit of bunt ing, rent, torn and grimy. The rents are the rents of shot and shell. each with stirring story, and the grime is the grime of battle." Itwas placed there with the usual accom -paniments of cho king eulogy, run away tears and thumping heart beats in the presence oa a gathering of the mothers. wives, daughters, sisters and friends of the living and of the dead members of Pe gram's artillery battalion (Confederate). The gift of the relic to the Survivors' as soclation was made by Mrs. Pegram, the mother of Col. William Johnson Pegram, who fell under that flag. The speech of p1metation on behalf of the donor was iem the li...

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

iESTING READIIIG ATTER. REVIEW AND COMPARISON OF THE CONDITION Caddo Parish Pliauelally, Agricel urally sand Otherwise. During The Past Decade. Tho following is an exhaustive and t review, from a busines stand int, of the condition of Caddo par during the past ten years. It prepared by Mr. H. H. Hargrove the instigation of Capt. T. F. Bell d Tam PaoGoIss publishes it in r that the public might see it, t condition and in comparis,.n ith the same affairs during the past In this line Yr. Hargrove has few uals and readers may be as the statent as made by him correct in every particular. His ent furnishes interesting and oughtful reading matter and we that our readers will give it a ful perusal: SUnEVEPORT, Dec., 1, 18t2. CAPT. T. F. BILL: You have re y informed me that there were e of our Caddo people who felt at we were worse off financially we were ten years since and ex the wish that I would make a balance sheet of Caddo's con  for a period of ten years, that truth of that depressin...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 December 1892

CIRISTHAS GIFT MAKING. When this reaches our renders they il pobably be expeIriencing, in peas or les degree, their annual Sas to the selection of gifts. There are some WaIars souls who unconsiouinly pur . $or this purpor-t whatever at last moment they can cunvoniemnt ly lay their bands uponl; uand there me other calm and ,rutdential indi viluals, who make out their lists and deliberately choo e long 1i advance fD the oecaslon. But t hero are those whose taestes are fastidwous or peun liar those who tnd it dit8flit to 6 slender measures sacomplish their generous d.igtKs, those who gono s themseolves anld a multitude of object , and carelessly try to ad t a for aunt Julia, that shall wsith a token for cousin t n d all these, with an almost . rity of other forms of per mtake up a lame pvepor he Chr istmas giving orn m~tit. The custom ut exchanging toThlatmns, gifts of affection, re or courtesy, seems to have set so completely into an accepted that is now too late to concern ves about ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 December 1892

STHE PROGRESS. A VOL. L SHREVEPORT, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1892. NO. 48. AN ABLE SERMON. The ilowiang iermns wast deliv ered by Bev. L. F. Jackan, of the Methodist Mission chwchbf Shreve port, oei'riday eveming, ctober 7th alt., se6das been pesersved by Tae Paoemssfer special eceasai, and we think tabpresset mean e aod oppor tunity &opresent it to er reiaders. A earel peranel will. we think, be . both edifying and euigbhtiang: THE BI8LE THE IuKLMIaMAN's FRIIEN D. What .srlyle said of the book of . Job, may with equal ,truth he said of "The Boo':" of which it fonr.as a part: "It is a nrt le book. Jll men's book. There is nothing like.itaiLl litera- ture." It is mijestic ixs .the sy:nplicity with which it deals wih world-facts and universal laws. It is niarvelous! in the asonacy with wkich. itictures the rise and progress of nations and the miuuti of the 3heart and mind working of bhe most saaignii iant of God's intel4Tsat reatuare;. ,Wathin a besathiag space t bells of ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 December 1892

OJuCHiSTIAN ENDEAVOR. I Ue Week ,egausing Dec. 4. Ie UMeSt by 3re. . a . IDoylE. E.eryday edmI . Acts xiv. 17; ab er m and blessings of God are col Si apasseons of the Lord, as Jer- liq described them when he said, the n mnew every morning." It the eeobably the remembrance of daily ter that led the pealmist to sing, me iagood thing to give thanks unto -oed, ,* " to show forth thy ha dess in the morning and thy al, every night." It is spe- en prpopriateas we enter upon tho si th eof the year to recall and wl upon the mercies we have re- ate day by day throughout it. tel Sseryday mercies are from God. oti xviii, S-8, Moses says they will the rum God. In Acts xiv, 17, Paul ter God has met daily mercies, such as Ur sd fruitful seasons. The Scrip wl sm specially desirous to impre .. she w minds the fact that the com -logs of life are from God, and an Wilboat good reason. It is etKSy to for us so see the hand of (;,,d in w( meats. But how easy when it dit to the common events of a day M...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 December 1892

ONIONS. Uw eatoag, Carting ad Sttrl.g-Popalar Market Varieties. When the bulbs of onions growing for marbet have reached their full size and Irturity, as indicated by the dying Sown d. the tops, the crop is ready to be harvested. Pull the onions by hand or rake them out by means of a dull steel Tras, tamlng great care to avoid cutting .late them; then leave in windrows on tlerond to cure. Afterward twist or tut oC' the remnants of the top and roots, .1 there be such, and try to sell the crop drmsediately from the field. If this can THE WETHERSWIED. at be done, store in a rather thin layer dr a dy Boor or loft until they can be dqpose of. Greiner, from whose work ak "How to Make the Garden Pay" we S Mte. does not advise the novice to at pt wintering even a part of the crop, s ts t is a task which involves risk even the more experienced. bias sets are also harvested when the eaps begin to die down, either by lifting SIt with the onion-set attachment of the l get. Jr.. weelboe or by r...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 December 1892

IN HOUSE AND SENATE " S THE OPENING DAY. ;1 W VmI i ait r., Where Member '.. f Im al we for the Admir atte t so *plcttsi ti the Gatteres--Fresb " -en an C-eer m . - @agin, De. -That greaet hire , ergy and Iulen enetonly taolad the Bes.go _ againta i seade. As V MeMseA tlatereil on opealag dos ýT r h a Teicwd prmd for pad Pw RWAf  Elen FWZCTED TO SiE. ,`.7S ee to the galleries of the house, and "ronme who could obtain a seat or a bit 0h ,Qilag room remained throughout the p 'igiawhich fortunately was a short one. a eete galleries there was a crowd. tat it wa evedrow from the house. h lboeeld nos gft their noses Inside ;I a the bhose and of the Capitol werso thaoe lder and ftund eats I e bst ing. t is always like One d the most peculiar fetaures of fls tIsthe mense popularity d repeeantatives as com eak he Meae. The latter body i teeidingmeamlow, teoodrowsy , totsract the multitude. It gatp mmber ot famos mem of wham every one who vialte mus to dhave a leok at. It hapep mthat all ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 December 1892
Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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