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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 28 January 1893

TE PRORESS. VOL. I.--NO. 52. 1IREVEPORT LA. ATUR)AYNAII 2S, . . CENTS. The Pioneer Drug House. Any time that your business may call you to Shreveport, you are cordially invited to call at Morris & Diksn's Drui Store, -And Inspect Their Mammoth Stock Of rugs, Medicines, Paints, Varnishes, OILS, GARDEN SEEDS AND WINDOW GLASS. -Besides a Fine Assortment Of OI L2E T ' :, -ArTT CLES. No. 212 Texas Street, Shreveport, La. -------------- - J. D. LEE. 'The Grocer Qlicke al.I, lmall Preite, Prompt Delivery. Mos. 728 and 730 Texasu Strect. G. DREYFJS cO.] -Wholesale Dealers In Boots, Shoes, Hats. Corner Spring and Crixckett Streets. pt Attention Paid to Country Orders ; DWARE COMPANY, LIMITED, - Dealers and Jobbers In VY HARDWARE, And Shelf Goods. rALTIES: Munger's Improved Elevators, Feeders. Doable Box Presses, Daniel Pratt's Gins, Feeders , Cotton Press Fixtures and Wire Rope for 8tandarc Cotton Presses. Kentucky Cane Mills and makes of machinery too numerous to mention. a fine assor...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 28 January 1893

Ti.E - ,OGL.:r. A WD THY ' '',i: .In 1t no, h1114'4 .. ' "C ,III '. in tiw.l Statf e is ,r ,sh nlli1 I.,' -:i l'att r. E. 1). \White and lI)nelonl ' i'1ryv. By thi .ir p,,-itin ~n the , l it: t ,I'u lill they hiv . be,,,, b, h!,It n~, a ,0th vioted againsilit lilth la~'g i, this lilli which % , iteliid, h to iill and cruslh out. of .existelnce own o(f the most tulpleldo(,u) galllblilng instiln tions which planed i 4 nefariius priw' tices ulponl I heli.t'sl eol'le'. Their polsition on this lluestion recalls a lit of Iistory which is frssh in the winilids of every manl. womanlI hIll lh',1 of the ago of understamling in this State. This is tLit' oittery Il'estion, the rettlitnelm t of which uliil, o)1ur comnluonwealth tremble from clienter to cir(nnlfer'ence. and tI lhrw t he Irlln ocratic party into such ii a-te of dis raption that shel1 will never fully re cover from its eitfect. IFor two' lnKg years the lottely wavs i eni,illilunc' as an octopus, which waIs sucking theii life blo...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 28 January 1893

PUl Lt, . c,ntHc,, c' " TA)nllgi . nrl n is li ,'t 111,9 I I i . I vllil andl ltt, i i t . It I,,,,, h that city, vlli Ii w nic ow -tr i,,I I," I 1 ,0 , more hnrkn,l nr llliglu. .,' , ! 11 ,,, any at all. At thLii. Unil,. tin f i . I,, alt believe a writer woll hlt: I, r., ing this ynh1Ij t, the hi .,,,, ,.,b . ,i , ,'I, riIgse gut's I Iik ai Ir1, v I o t' . 'remU l to .li l' , " , Li.. l, lin, of a kt.il w iere i .t I it, I, , tI..1, I thil. ei ,ll ll r t,,  Thie 1,.:' 11 I; i p tlit l ,5 hi. t Ii".'l Ie i i , 1 ij rl uI frlatltu hl , l" l iy r,!i. " l , I, , I ,l i, r i I fett l! i nf, i il lic ;l, ( f', , , iil , ) ii,) were it-, I ~ 1_ " at ow l ot tll l. .l t It d I "' . i 1,l I- 1 1 1 111 tary Nervis' e. 1The r nI''n4v' n. ,"'f i , I., 1,11; r:'" Il, p dat led Ir" 111 In t" th ,,; , i" j ll n waidn tuc t rit I i' ,l 1. , I. ,,:lr ii Ni . l ,l,,i Maalv:l .'. V i. lit. i n 1 I in" ,tt , lawno if Flacre in till Ilni. St. l ;,i t ii., ,1nsu ih, 'namel ofl h Itli iin u...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 28 January 1893

THE PROGRESS. Si' lh4H1Ul) EVFERY 8ATItIiI,\ BIY Ilt C. D. HICKS. = ll r 4 - e PS ostol irlie at ,'-hr , r e plort N nn l.Clll s Mail Mat' r. OrVi"C'F -1-1 Spring Street, l,btwe,'n 3il tain 1 sad Crro k,'tt. sU.Khi Ir('I l'l'\ ' Ca' eer............. ..... ireD ar 117r l Uiio,,thi ...... . . . tix\ -tive '1 ,to II TLrv.e MonlIIh+. .......... ..fhirly-li ,' 4; '. l% , C. O. HICKS. " " - - EDITOR. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. Wt Plasenger train' reach Shreveport anll de- w lt as foUlowt TrAI AND PA(CIIC. js*. 1t Weast.Blond leave . ...... o am i , ). $52 East-tIunlead leaves .. ...... .... -i p in No. .iP West.Balllid leaves ...... ... . I 11, III m F.lo. St East.Bound Icave. ... ..0; ni II tnl'.NtSUI.E.'HRHEV PORT AND I'.\'IiFI. 4.4 EAST P.OUNDI ! atmi :: leaveC Shrevepo)rt . 9 3 a i Q. , .lt, (. lavetsb Vick'hurtg . . .. ,n pmi Q4 ad ('. leaver. Atlanta . ... !' u, 4I 4 wrarT rorND. Q. and ('. l.iaves Atlantat .- 1 41 ia In * and a t. artives at Allita . .. I L 4 T-. an4d C. le...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 28 January 1893

RUSH POINT'S OIL MILL. A Caddo Parish Industry. It is not generally known at Cad do parish has two oil mills now in operation but such is the fact. LabL fall a few men of energy and push- for there are some such in the coun try, concluded that an oil mill at Bush Point would be beneficial to their plantations, and as they were not satisfied with simply saying that it would be a "good thing," they went to work toget it, and as a result they have a mill ofthirty tons daily capeeity, built in a good substantial manner and fully equipped with the latest improved machinery, and bet ter still, all paid for. Now, how does it happen that Bush Point has built a mantufcturing plant costing over $80,000 and has it in operation ship ping products to Shreveport even be fore our people have heard that it was contemplated. It simply means that those who were interested work ed as well as talked,and with a few ex ceptions, every person did something to help the enterprise, and if they could not tak...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 28 January 1893

REV. TIH'OAS ":::,:, S.i. T: CORRU;PT ,. ' V'S -- . A Prelude on t : ; " ; Turk Cit; ..... Nhw R .tr;. . . . Dixon. Jr., : l . . ;;.i fore the : official life i la:urp :'.' rica.:: especially the ;:poin Is!ir i' , w Y. r-: of t-o notori,u,; Jehu . Sc.::l s !a commissioner and .JT h "1 tI "s di Justice. He said: I believe that the age in wti. r . v' live is the greatest and best in the hi:s:try .: the race. We are al-l'roa 'ig the irul is of civilization. Theo,tod are getting better; the bad arqe,~tting wors,. The, struggle between good and evil mnu y. become fiercer. As we approach the' tropics the flowers are more luxurious, ts skies brighter, nature more marvel. eas, but the beasts are fiercer, the rep Uies more numerous and venomous. With all the marvelous progress of our ae in philanthropy, in liberty, in states ;amahip and religion, there never was an hour in the history of the world in : which the role of the public rascal was as daring as it is today. There never was a ti...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 28 January 1893

TEST STYLES IN MILLINERY. I att* Bonnet Cosnag In --Fur and leathers Clnplenot' s D.rcorations. The flower gardens have fah d fromn the and crowns of stylhh Ibou,rwt' and y is succeeded by or4thioloy. with a:, king of zoology. "I ea flr an f Sis the alitl.rve ald-urltl,:i t " byaFrench wri,.r rth' , l -. " , .\ ek fashionable millit t  patro .. T e c :_ .:; .t t. ,. of hats and El '. .i. H l of thefehered a,;&, t.,t * ' ,d tI r: ht I, th ' -IN'% Trg ? .W POKE 3o the desired effect, for mae behe arc trummed, not to say oert Wit feathe's and sometimes wI rion to thel body of an un,Lrtunatel bipel.x pFr on hats la not a new putling ev a whole animal on one's ovelty. thu Sgreen velvet hat, with a at able re oing on its Alpine croWas, ay the tsomewhat barbaric we There is no doubt tbhat tne worn me by ouar grandmothers sixty go ar tiV plly gaOning favor, and are as no armnnlng and hecomning e e bo in Set which we give a not wiieer. The shape is tirely Sblack velvet, bord ver l...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 28 January 1893

.E Pi OPERTY. I 74r, cis the property sold by ,off kewhich is subject to aeiz- re , ., to satisfy the judgemeats ob tained by the State against him, the T Snbinbi hlanded to the sheriff by amo= JULY 9, 1884 To Juirs 80 1888. To J. 8. .olly North half of south- er egt quarter of southeast quarter sec te 2f2 northwest quarter of south- at west quarter of southwest quarter d onlioa 28 township 22 range 15 and 1 smuth half of north east quarter sec- io tias 3 township 22 ~ n e 16 L To W. P. Ford all Lake's interest t ainsetions 8 and 34 township 18 to rs 14. Tora. Emma E Coty, A. J Chism, s Jim ones, J. M. Pleaance, J. F. Bra- of eald, G. W. Brown, Louis W. Chris tia, Jas Wt Wm. Hawkins, each i let in Las subdivision. To T. J. Leston, lot 5, ten-acre lot o1 To J. M. Levy, lot 4, ten-acre lot di o.' Mra M. Dorian, lands in see-s S ton 34, township 18, range 1 q To D. C. Castle, lot 3, ten-acre lot . o Andrew Carli-, lot 20, ten-acre lot a ,To AbeThomas, lots 1, 2 and 3, b lake's subdivis...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 4 February 1893
Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 4 February 1893
Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 4 February 1893
Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 4 February 1893
Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 4 February 1893
Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 4 February 1893
Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 4 February 1893

AI gp·prlenrel Gnrd lethoIn of reve.nting TIhlaKes A large number :ies of cut worms make tjhemsegihly o ,nsx ioos to the gartdener ' impT.denw'l with which they attrl cut down almost every kind of s".t 1.1:u;.t.. IM(OTH AN| LAItVrA. They are mnioty and r:. looking caterpillare' dull th:i of color (grayish, Igreenish), re main in their hides on bright days, and come to :face at night or in cloudy weatLkL what green staft they can devde llustration., hroe (Greiner's wed to Make the arden Pay," pe) the wonn Mad the moth of a0 -pecir. Mr. Greiner sadtunMtely these wrms have ra endmies, ameug them the , quail. n and other bids, etc., which er keep the"s down quit Fall plo to brig Many of the w e msurface. and to zps, . themn. e' ad pm doebh tr+. The her efecta o[ work can be oticed earty in the a. d d e_ be torod at plowed eb is oi d dspose " s dt placing a of sod poIboEoM tat or the the wag ea.m S e ia n tag m ot ae. t *,.sd Ar a . eturhs = bas -The fter mons "A to b to e iet. each...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 4 February 1893

OjSLE COMI'GC CHIIURCH. REV. THOMAS DIXON SOUNDS A WARN ING TO PROTESTANTS. iamnese Politclral ho.ni.el aII I'i/nlrTit Steagih of tonatn('nthdll.limn In S u.' - ei and the ('al's of is 'h.e It'ou.r , Unlty and Lar..,et.uiss .m n.. s hlr !Masw",. NEW YORK, Jan. ".--v. Thomas Pixon, Jr , pr/ faced the, ,.erni.l "f tae. morning ir Association hall ilth a re view of the subjec.t of thOeCllicipal con trol of public: fr'anchises, with special reference to the proposedl developments of rapid transit in cities. He said: The question of the granting of great public franchis,,s to private corporations in our cities is no longer a problem merely of bnsiness or politics. It is a moral problem as well. Is it right for this generation to sell the birthright or generations yet nulurn? Have we the moral right to bind a schemes of fraud and oppression on children who shall te born hinelrels of years hence? IHave we the, moral right to sell the streets of a city' to it corporation for ,90.tI years?...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 11 February 1893

THE PROGRESS. -N . SI \I I '1 , I . A'I'l II,'A1Y I1, Is i 'u. I'1 Iº I . ( I i: \TI'ý. DR. C. RATZBUR4 DENTIST N. 318 Texas Street, Ov Bedeahelmer' s. I .11111 t. ..11 1 111111IIIIIII llII lf . C. Hdman & Co.,. ED CYPRES SASH DOORS,, Illi,,l ,- M ntl0 ,'.g hliný-. lIlr c!,''4, troa d r!! Ii t :' Ilor lF'i-in ;" G ,, I. (11 O8 and 610 Spl)inq !, C ty Hotel I31'w;.. SHRVEPORT, - - - LOUISIANA., :-::-- h;h -- - D G -Gc JJS I Boots,Shoes, Hats. Corner fSping and Crockett Streets. D - Prompt Attentin Paid to Country Orders HARIDWRE ICOMPANY,r LIMITED, ---4jers andt Jobbers In-- - HEAVY HARDWARE,, AV Shelf GO~ ds. SPECIALTIE* Munger's Improved Elevators, Feeders, Gins and Doubl Presses, Daniel Pratt's Gins, Feeders and Condensers, n Press Fixtures and Wire Rope for Southern Standa Cotton Presses. Kentucky Cane Mills and may other mak machinery too numerous to mention. Have also a i assortment of Agricultural Implements, all of which will be at reasonable rates. No. 206 Texas Street...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 11 February 1893

THE PROGRESS THAT IMMIGRATION CONVENTION The iwpr.siiuon seems to prevail that ( ;overnor Foster will order, or has ordered. an immigration couven ti be held at Baton honge some whte lhouIt the 1st of March. W\hether the governor has ',r lhas not orderesl this c(onvention 1s a tunt trw +f little cons"llrt 'l1o114' . nl Hs it is enade so by the l.ulIre l This canl I.4 app!i,.l ill three ways: first that the nots'otivte cll el' no hi, ilig 11 lei'ss hr ."i a.+i..ttoed by thle lpte lh,.: ie('i)1nl, :.it he cares litl ,e' about the1 latter, i .ied wil take onl0', a inouinal inter tt. in tho matttt : : andl thirdly, if tlie m atter uniust he li.u'.wl thriouih the Sitat j' leliartlniiit. with thf4 ('cllniiis s ,io :t." hth, enginer.i, jiginig hy hin. It "i,11.1 1h mucIlih bettelr o,T by l:yill :. ,<rne, f r tl" ,n ti .,i 1 ' X illse "44 th'' Sr'll a; t 'last wVoii l ,e -;'v'le. I \l i i' l(' i'(,I ,+ rl l tu Ilia; N , +' ll, , i' tl, n 'l th , att. li.t e uti ti e' i .' .1-, 4I 1...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 11 February 1893

fIKIN NOVELTIES. HE GENUINE UMBRELLA SKIRT FOR THE PROMENADE. ft ih tf Come from P. is, but OurDresnumakerl si Are Adopting :t Rapidly--Rumes and Flouees. Will prevail on Spring Gowns, and They Are Graceful Too. The most striking midwinter novelty tl Sshirts to be worn on the promenade is a egenuine umbrella skirt, the New York p er from Paris, has from six to nine p ted gores of even size. This makes t~ i skirt that is quite full at the bottom, G Lbs hips smoothly with no apparent full aes, the gathers necessary to fit the p, hirt gracefully at the back being care v -ully concealed. A modification of this p drt is being quite generally adopted b3 ; best dressmakers for walking gowns. a t~o tof six gores and is a little n fuller at the back than is the Parisian r shirt. ei Every seam in the umnbr'lla skirt i d pred on both edges; therefore it is nec a M-ary to introduce a piping cord or sour tl a TIf UMBRYLLLA SKIRT. c sther trilfaing at the gores to prevent the inevitable sagging a...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 11 February 1893

PT il' i F.i - I>-11 A K \J ' ,~A "1 i C. D. HICKS. _ t i -, 4 . .. - I "."p Ma . tl , i.r-, 1" 1. r . .:c u. , t,' ,, . .2t I ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS p.ut - l .i.l- - P\ " N 1'1"!!! A rri- 'l' I: : I iu II, .T . . I ,, ' . . ,- . . p i it r1. .. i: n , I t eD ', ,lt. 'I . ia. it (. . , .. r.I... . . 1. (. l ' lt -t I ,t -i:l"',; . i -,f 2 , , '- - ia 1 \ - II , I I- AS C~~ -- Cc, ý14 Ea. t ricir . W ,Work .t Fafrsgahted h applicatien h. tl itoh tefr weeksisle oa bai ° 1n, to so l-it a.re as we ta wel Pr ch judgmentdo . apprecia- Pa -fully solicit a renewal of sub- a ith this, with the hope that every olber subsriber will speak a good w ford pifor it to a friend who hascely never been m ear list, and induce him follow the - itotoevey home-or. l. - f bsi-to near here it ha regularll a lled; al ndriooe rw ill l to.haveits el come presoece withdrawn. However o a matteer of cotsy 1 and bin, es judgernt, and to hor our apprecia- P i tion ofil the ptonge given as, we resectful...

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