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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 11 February 1893

MYRNA'S RFALM ' tWEEKLY CHIT-C.iAT, .ev "' I: T l lN t tI ' I ,(1 i u nal- tiI e 'igm, I leitrun t hat it -i mure a 1:- it r it'l lr 1f .wie.ne tl :a l,ll-t (,urI s h'elv s ' to I, ' ,, litorial i' .e ,,ha:,. ,*, " . S verII ll, I 1tie h3arr1 ' to our.'lf. Iu It 11h' ats l a S' eial olutIi.U ' i .a 11%t W departure II rUll' tu1' Itie |lt;li-ttm ,L th te.iler,' mn(d hlatr 1t's lived ll tjl (Ijus3tinlg to 11t Ilte new ordt. r ma of thng., thelrefore I heur thIi kid ll I t iJlg'i'et' of the 'e'ad'er-e i lllT l'i O - in~ It5sI;, until the ui a rer t ef t 1 " Iun s he- lug omesi less a. -t a.'!er" ill ItIs 'n wI" lithuli Mh very plea-llt tihld t f lal'f r. ii Stir nd nll ) lii4)In live. hLittppy '.1" Id.r ini Ily1 w : .-llt b, b iut puit IIh III e4 k tI h 'l. llt l "'d 4444tI411 1 1, 103 I ' - " I II ' I - hr it -I. I i "'-,'r \1i :, a iiii t 'ty ,i 4)1 Am ' N, Ie t ,' 5 Iw k X .... i s . . .. i : º ,, 1 - N.t a dt in)lht Iilo live' s ),*. t'(_( I.. ,!,' . , .3, ait tc': . . 1. bu -l...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 11 February 1893

THE GROWISG FAITH. REV. THOMAS DIXON ON THE FUTURE OF CHRISTIANITY A Prelude on the Death Penalty and the Carlyle larris Case--Christianity Mak Iag More E.alhid Progress Today Than Ever Before. NEW YORK. Feb. 5.-In his review of current events before the sermon this morning Rev. Thomas Dixon, Jr., dis cussed the problem of capital punish ment, with an application to the case of young Harris, under sentence of death, convicted of the murder of his wife. He said: Has a civilized community the right to kill a human being? The answer our laws make to this is in emphatic yes. Upon what principles does the law providing the drath pwnalty rest? The theory i9 that the community is thus preserving its own life. Self pres ervation is the first law of nature. Un doubtedly there are hours of crisis in in surrection and anarchy, when bad men must be sumnnarily executed. But in times of iseare and order is this true? Our theory of the law is one thing. The fact of the origin of the law is an othe...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 11 February 1893

FEMININE FANCIES. i Mr. Tel lom. a hiigliy eduCcateld .Tap- A N anese lawyer of Toii, i,. o open a school in Japa for teiachlitK the native women of her rank. as th Mrs. Harriet M. Plumb, of New York, the 1 has patented an invention to keep catr frost supplied with fresl air without the an- most noyance of cil ericf. m The widow of General Thomas Jona- fromwell than Jack Yon Ir-tains the shriclulct couipled w l with her husb,and'I namrne in the army, and in g signs herself 'Mrs. Stonewall Jackson." staIl Mrs. Iletty Green's father was a NewI natt Bedford uinfl wiho acCumhnlLteid =t,(rM,(,Ott mni in the whale oil trade of that city. This in fortun" cam dclown to iMr.. Gre'en, who' l'ev has now more than trebled it. grou Mrs. lannah Ilarncn, of l:rokton, hared Manss. was horn the day P1. r, lIh 1ash- in is ingtoni's reti rcnenlt from n ft!i" , a;l h(ai lotn l thius lived :llunder the cil'iI t r::tion of 1l" every ireilent if th ",t i Vi t1"t. the1t One of the fe,' wrmiet l. were, .r...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 11 February 1893

B31OME ODD STORIES. INTERESTING INCIDENTS RELATED BY MAJOR A. R. CALHOUN 'La Old Time Due! in the Lisl. i.an .r tan ada--ow a No'le Killeld tIlS (Opli. seat at the. i'i 'It fhut- to Amiable Centest. ICopyright, llJ2. by American I'r.'.s Asoia tion.l Rir George Yo(IIIn was go rno,.r of the I Island of Cren~a!a st a ,stir rie: '`in1e. III' had served withl di.tin'tion ion the cani tinent under Frederhr'k the ;re.t. lie wav atypical w i,'ier, and, in his rnrianer and attire alppeard to be on dIre.. parade from the tirle of his rihilrg till the nmoment of bi goling to Iei.d. The Einglihrmiren oi: t ibe ila1i.d who com poews Governotr Yo.sug'.s omnis ii very iLt urally thought hlife to., short, for the ol servanlce of s,o iincth furil.til y aItIong Kgei tlem len1. Alrno,:g tie crol lil Ias I)r. Parka r, a Kcutlllletnan wiah plini, cons ' hids own, and LrI auoolltet r r Later io rlrn foul of the plaue of tie' govrlnor. (',it mornine dulriniig a liebtle; , in which Gen sral Young wao te...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 18 February 1893

4HE PROGRESS. V( )I. 9.-N() SI I hICI. I(I\'lI' l ie\ S\'I'I I IA.Y I`'I'I{II' AEIBVY Is, "" I'IºI( 'I'X. I I $i ntiltII IIUIIU IUNIMIIIH I I I III II DR. C. RATZBURC, DENTIST, No. 318 Texs Street, Over - Bodonhelmer's. . II- lllNIi IgIIumi I m111111Im l lI iantc . C. Hardn & Co., ,x. i hol.I. and flere in ED CYPRESSSH, DOORS, S B li( i, 1alnth,, N.hidi~t' and all Interior 3of f ll( i  ~a K)F ds . are 'a" 8 and (310 Sprinrg St., C OI Block, 6- SHREVEI - - - LOUISIANA. *. G. ORS & CO., H hlesalhr. lnE II RY c ID 8, Boots, Ses, Hats. ('orner Slprin (rockett Streets. rompt Attentiond to Country Orders AIRDIWAi IOMPANYED _ITED, --D nd Jobbers In EAVY JI ARDWARE, An elf Goods. SPECIALTIJS: er's Improved Elevators, Feeders, and Doubile ses, Daniel Pratt's Gins, Feeders Condensers, Co ess Fixtures and Wire Rope for thern Standar Presses. Kentucky Cane Mills and y other makes o inery too numerous to mention. Have also a fine a ent of Agricultural Implements, all which will be sol...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 18 February 1893

THE PROGRESS . Let --free and unlimited coinage of silver" be the watchword in the next session of Congress. The anti-option bill is supported by the people and opposed by the ganm blers and speculators, which are good enough reasons why it shounl be pa1. sed. When party is lot sight cf in the calculation for the general good, then the country will he in a sound and safe condition. Raise the standard of plrsonal pur ity, honesty aunl ability in.-tead of party utility. and the dawn of good and whole-, ne gov.,ernment will gild the East. If .Ju lge (ir ehaua is an anti-salver mau our editorial on imi don't go. Ijot our next legi-laturi. pls' an al e( 'la, ' .' clion law. "arl thl" 1,J)-( ple will t!:,e car( of :i.,..+e.ives al. 1 tL., State. Tii. polit ca.. s h gg -. o chan-iig our eletiua lh.: as ratan does holy water, and gnush their teeth :as ir.eely wh.r tiv} hbear them. Let Louisiana repeal her barbarie penitentiary lease t .ystern, and she will ie a step further on the road t...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 18 February 1893

EADINGC THE LAW. A SSON IX, FIRST QUARTER, INTER NATIONAL SERIES, FEB. 26. in san it of the Leew n, N.'h. IIll, 1-12--Mem -ry Verse,, 5, " --olden Test, I'm. cxii, i5 8 Commentary by the Rev. D. M. th learns. I "And they epake unto Ezra, the scribe, bring the book of the Law of Moses, ich the Lord had commanded to IsraeL" e temple had been finished, and also e building of the wall, and though the y was large and houses and people few, t they would without further delay seek worship the God of Israel according to is law. The water gate was toward the (iii, 26), and therefore near the temple, r the temple was at the east of the city, ing the Mount of Olives. Ezra was a y scribe in the Law of Moses, for h(. prepared his heart to seek and to do d to teach the Law of the Lord in Israel . vii, 6, 1U). 2. "And Ezra, the priest, brought the L. w Afore the congregation upon the first day the seventh month." This was the re: lar day for the feast of trumpets (lo.\ . xiii, 24). to be followed ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 18 February 1893

* AfO ALCRISIS. HAWAIIAN REVOLUTION PRE SENTS A GRAVE PROBLEM. !"e roestlen of American or English Dom satleo In the Pacific and In Central £Amerlea-Armed Conflict Between the Two Pations the Probable Outcome. [Speda Correspondence.] WAsmalorow, Feb. 6.-The arrival here I4 the annexation commissioners from Ha wail has stirred this capital as it has not been stirred for many years. Probably there was greater excitement among the masses of the people when it was thought Ve might have a war with little Chili en gar hands,  tamong the foremost me of the government there was less agitation ad le a eboding for the future tan the is now. No one can tell what will come out of this incident. Behind the little kingdom et Hawaii and its apparent desire to be came part and parcel of the United States, there loomsep the shadow of one of the most tremendous qutions with which this government has-,ad to deal since the civil war. In my talks- with the biggest and wisest men of tharnapital I find ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 18 February 1893

THE PROGRESS. .'DLI.I F!I F:.rlIY SATUt!).\Y BY C. D. RICKS. nt uetri in the l'ostothi'e at Shreveport as Secon,d-('lass Mail .Matter. ( tbICtk 11 2 plilng Sticet, betaette .Milam StI BS'i1:Ii' l ION On. )e. ...... .... Onie Dollar t,. .luontI .. . sixty-live t etitS h:t Month. I h:Itt li\e tCeitt C. D. HICKS,. - - EDITOR. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. it.stunger train. rea ch .lhrevep, rt and de pert as fullowt TFXA AIND PA(I'FI. .o. ;. We.stBointl hlaves . t 2 am A4, ii 'ast- Hound l,'av .. t. 00 p m (il. `t eN t-* unlt.l hI.ave ...... . . . 1, 3 p m . :1 t F. a t-I )l.t111 lavts. ... . . .5 ; a in VI( .k- !J R(...ltI kt vEI. RT AND '. :Fitl'. -AIT 11,UNI Ssnd : hav bhrItv, pl.t .. :t in 4,. a,l I l, aves Vice'b-I i (I p ito a t a: . 1'aver Atlant .. .... 111 WFRT ECl t2.I $. and . lltvl .' antia i 1\ am 11 anti C. antise, att it . . p 1".it. ' . ut .. ,17t'.C r . i-I T -, " . ... I ;- I .h-eaid 'hrclave r 'h , .. : 1, It o .eaves Le.wisvkilit a I p burers hMernphi . . I .,...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 18 February 1893

MYRNA'S REALM, WEEKLY CHIT-CHAT, 4 i"Illll l io l i+,s 1 9i 1 illl4s l, ,. .os 111~le l I il "M 1lres I Ift 4Is a P:l i0: l1,5 :1 si4 it Ir'11n like "t'iIlil 'seeIll S il ill 111 im . 1. . i s lar ill IhIa Ih.' o w'1'ss ws. " Ih,4' o'eltiusly 1' 41 MvInet's rsemlns kelsls lhasesgrnemleh lip h, ve,, iahe i grailhs " lufor l ly ah s i sI 'lI e.11,ele. , (f i , 0111oi lh|I' e , i s II i i f111 I )., 1 ( o lile' rel wne joI e .II |s . l. lllas I (sI i111, w aglI '.l wr -ie s ilete l . Iss iOll' I lli ltse' ( ' that rte"Ieij'el isltelei11neIs' utll 11t onle. i el'lentl, lafh'I l11'ih'se ,.'O ' II1 0' .gov I5 roglyphias willae l e 1 .,insg I ~lsh I", sh it I I alresll,, tis es lel e is 1o :i --i.i. h i ut i eisl llng of l is' Is illr e t ll l eit g ss |i, "' 4I ael.'. is11 h im, i"lhI l imt h1 ,+ I, ' l. r'1-e,' IHi 1o1lliy ltook tl he ll 1t I th ilt iln ,o It ". h lli°' IIu iudg, for O e,\l nhe0 111,o 1 , Io.1 l li , I0oh1s 1 l nh .i u 0e ,, s1 il Is 5ll .l l 1..n0l'1 lls I 5I's, thrs...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 18 February 1893

GOD IN GOVERNM3ENT. WITH A PRELUDE ON THE MISSION OF THE PAPAL DELEGATE. AeO. Works by Measn., Larl lEg Each ),Ian a Free Agent So Even the ~Vor1 t Rule.rs Are His I'l bcoislis In'trusallnlts (tar Governmellt an fordilnat..r. NEW YORKn, Feb. 12.-Re*v. Thomass Dixon, Jr., pIre-,hed the sernlon of the morning at Association hall today by a review of current events dlivuted to the appointment of Archbishop Satolli, a prominent apostolic delegate for the Catholic church in America. He said: The situation within the Catholic church in America has been growing more and more critical for the past o1 years. Upon the surface there was uni ty. Beneath the surface there has been waging an inexpr.essille conflict between two determined fa,'tions. One of these contending parties represents the liberal and progressive. spirit in theology, and is imbued with patriotic devotion to America and Anmeri an in-titultions. The other has represented the reactionist., traditionalists anl f. reign ildeals....

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 18 February 1893

IT WAS A GIREAT YEAR tu LINCOLN, TENNYSON AND GLAD STONE WERE BORN IN 1809. t& sateresting Resuinlhcences Told by Con-, temporaries of the Great Emancipator. side Lights on Linaoln's Character - Ili Native Wit and Rugged ilonesty. ICopyright, i+r. iby American Pre,~ A.\ La tion. LIVE It \E\N DELL Hit ºLMES reading the dis patch announe mt the dceath of T1nn Ts ot, Hld :i A f rlc Glone f t 1 Line 11 ( n (:I tlI lie in th,' yar 1H80. for ut l ,n.. Gnl T,,e, v s,it. who were ,f hl] the same age, were genislies :t great a: fa the world has ever s".n, and ;l ach ", I themn will h, renmezlawh(red .:. l,1;g a thel P' Engli I ltn;uage is spiken or rl :il." at( It is a little strange that this anll ani tlhoum.,ht siiolii avce of.mrr.li t, othp fri as distinguished a I)r. ollhnes. for tli tic English new;lial,.r and .-(lni of tY' Li English stateismn,,. in sp :e~ling of Tl we ny.son's life, ,s:av lit to ' ,uihlr- his tl ;'P. " i t w ith 11,;It if Liin ., i ,i I f ( 1:, . " 'dI as th...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 25 February 1893

THE PROGRESS . V(). 2.--NI. 1. sHREVEPI)RT, LA. SATI'RDl1)AY, FEIU Ill.Y 25. I¶:;. PRICE ' (ENTI after aill the extwnses were Dat. tuere wa II I 1111 11 Inlllllltlllltllll ill II llllRl DR. C. RATZBURC, DENTIST. We. 318 Texas Street, Over 4ed*aheimer's. n IIlllluJltt l llun lus nn lm enlu11111sl(l il . C. Hardman & Co., W\holesale and Retail Dealers in ED CYPRESS SASH, DOORS, Blinds. Mantles, Monldings, Brackets, and all Interior House Finishing (oods, 08 and 610 Spring St., City Hotel Block, SHREVEPORT, - - - LOUISIANA. I . .DREYFUS & CO., -Wholesale Dealers In ER" GC3OODS., Boots, Shoes, Hats. Corner Spring anmd 'rockett Streets. mpt Attention Paid to Country Orders ARDIWARE COMPANY LIMITED, --Dealers and Jobbers In EAVY HARDWARE, And Shelf Goods. SPECIALTIES: Munger's Improved Elevators, Feeders, s and Double Box Presses, Daniel Pratt's Gins, Feeders Codensers, Cotton Preps Fixtures and Wire Rope for hetr Standard Cotton Presses. Kentucky Cane Mills and or makes of mach...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 25 February 1893

TH-E PROGRESS. µ,i L.'"ý', (cott(ln. n':re corn nil balconi eoi i. tl' farmn,'r' i nly *;jlvjati'll. t: it1 'lT'' ;I 'i ateitiar' lerti.i 'i a .ar ,r o , ('i4  tI:;t l.)ll .1-iiln t should.) al~ 11 ' 1 . 1!`, I'.'. I il!It''4 e1414 1 } thi Imoslt 11lifortan:t t'p1 t(4o\aI t t'. ' ( iV st~r, it tl r t:;t r ,41111 'i All .'" ! 1' \'I I ' l. f .. 1. l:i' l:t t ' .li i ll to cry f4r 1i' I , 1 l , .-.i. l ,I I`\ 4 I*,' lnulanr f ., . A . lstablle gt.,erl.tI4en, t euna'i 1I ,4' t+, eItlIr 41ll o) i s lti*- I , i ti l l o11 4itL. I fw Jri4 tri4 ll4lit ,1 ' .llc -s - il ...':. Itg ;4lt ;Zel fr',i, . ,41 .l , II tiiv,' . 1.1t tIe' inIt r., 4'4i 1,4"i'! ," :i Ii tll t1 '1,11s5l\ ,.,, ilhl l id ,t th kh ,\e ' rt ilr lT taid Ii; l't illl' o4f 1I'd itl all. , for jill sixl t'!a , . ju;: as gilt~-- t-he will havel t" Ibe ltscon mlt Tut (Plied. IM A WAR WITH ENGLAND t B l r,,-,r1etc to the c,'rr1't'4 ,,ndt ree No ,of It'I.hrt (;raves, in the last i.~ue of notl Tii: Plt: 4i;l EusE, it will Ibe se...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 25 February 1893

THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. HEY SHOUTD BELONG TO T I'.E : UNITt I) , ArfES. o Ihe EIInor ,,T ' I'r ,ý .... " For the ii.' rmation If 1t,1"y of *T our var led redters I t I ,n;',lt it ould be iite.,ostii g t kl:.uw -emie f. Iing of Ithe ,inch tilked ,r,,l written i oout l;lahiaiiar or S uº:lnwil 1- n( d1, y. nd that the United States has for.. e tiLuac btwiing isr',uw*l II , pr,'tcc it rate over thelm. There are 12 of theu altog'ther, . ut only 8 are iuhablitd. If youair ok on your map o3011 will find that I hey lie almost dlirectly itn tie track: er ,er f ships litw.wn thet Ia:1zi lI States nd Asia. These i lalall, are a port ti f refuge for fhip1; to Iput ito. They re situated about eqUa'( l diita:nc Ih.i (i ween the two continent.L . l'h his, at tory of these inoffensive ' "...,te dflate te back to the date of ('api. ('ok. the i ai navigator. ()nrtiLA.t info ,l;tti.: of 1,1 them was froa, him over ITI F(ours tl ago. The latitude is about the saline a as Culna. (Capt. took ,.tiimated the...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 25 February 1893

THE PROGRESS. Pil 1 l.:1 l i ':\EF. F l/ t Kit,' t Iº, if V C. D. HICKS. a i ' t i.0 t, r It qt'ln, ~Itt - I'1 I II : "'. , 9'h , Y?1,r. r . t ",. i.I.r h * M ,r hI, I , 1 t. C. D. HICKS. E:. T ) ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. PaI'Ni ngcr trail - , -¼'i, . t. ,r ',1 .l.. part as filloni' TVI iNI' IA1'1''1/' TPl4 AND IA'IF ' -No 'Witt 11( '11 0 xi .n in .No . i.- tl'. t i' i ,. I Ia. il ýu. . 11/"'1-1t ,.11!..1 1.'n\.'- .1' " ii N io. KM Vw II1111I I'CV . aI I LAst i t C) ,,1 1,.a"R I .iýi , ,i ,r.v ..i. . . .. ., I i , I, t. 'riil "i ' i i'- \'lI k.' ." I p Ill I al,| '. ' ave tlsriH O pi1 11 wraT -t i'CnI ., ant 4l '. I v. ii A IxIi 1I ' p, IF nl tA. llci I., f I -No IA .. , ,T I.r, I4. ani di 4 . t' l t'l t'h ." ," I.1 SaIo-l AI \l . hi t-I I,, , p .''l11' Iii I - N !I 1 Arriveniit L ol. i -ii! h , , i I Arrivne M! ml, phi- I . I.i.a V |i i. I 11 iI 'l in 1 Arriivv 'l,' arkninl II '1' p I aria II i'tI. I . In 11., i Alriven Lewi.1 l.' . • " II Iai.".'V T ~arkan . . . I. a rni...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 25 February 1893

MYRNA'S REALM1 V 'F.I.KLY CHIT-CIHAT. (, II' I 'IIll li 11 1e-. 1 ,- 1 1 .. 111' "il -.11l, i ' .,ily of dr:awi,,. 1,o.1 ", 1,,, a, I 1131 l ly II I oi l ,h tl i:1.' 14 11 ,1 I ntel0 , I', w .1I It rIli :11$I" Io" I ,o lIh' ti VI. lIl., l>:ilr 41n1. l lc . It it a 11 1I M I' . 4 1 1 ol iIto11 h, . :111'1 i is 111( :1'h,'l 1 ;111.i :Iit Ih. ' N:11110' 11111 lpllinldo' 10 , .". S la o I.1 U lit It- .'ow.\ nll 'l' p Ilts d lllRntr ha slol' in +If' 1 :11 m eltr,' hIll +iol oi f h IIi " '114IIIII II 1'.v.' .. ' Tha: l 1- I, Ica'''t llSu '4 rl et ulgI i eI. ""l414l: 14 ,\e.1 41'4 foe"i ltlllo Jil :I ro44l l d 11 1 'o1IIi 141ll +.4II 1 1:11 1I 1111, I 5 .'l il1 l !l )" :x 1111 II. Th114' I+ri . rialll i. ll I0 h I1 4".,111 1114t-1 11, 1 1 IImIIIn tII lu lt '.Ita lllots ht(, onllla 0I) EIII I'II leIIII .'( l 4l Ie'.siii~I, lulll. I tll 4 1h,, l sllllll l_ ihail gi'. 'l'rNl la  ael h ,I 1 . )Ii I h i e n/Itw IIEu- 1 li'r e b.' 1lll4 ol I ll~ 4lo 11 jh54 1 tt! ly loi llh Iui .i s t +II ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 25 February 1893

THE TRUE PREACHER. DR. DIXON DEDUCES A FEW LESSONS; FROM A GREAT EXAMPLE. i Efethve Preachebr Mint He a Manly MaI sd Realile His Cloe Kinship With 1 Others-The Fatherho.od of God and the retherboed of Man. Maw Yoax, Feb. 19.-Rev. Thomas Dixon preceded the sermon of the morn In to Association hall by a review of recent efforts at Albany to relieve crim inals of the interference of law. Be said: c Again we are treated to the spectacle c of criminals applying to the legislature for a charter for crime. 1 a The Brooklyn officials about to be con victed of the abuse of their positions rush - -'1the legislature and with monumental eak ask that a special bill be passed by which they may escape. The impudence of this braten proposi-o tion is simply sublime. And what shall we say of a legislature f chosen to make laws for a great state i and yet low enough to pass the measure and send it to the governor? Let us thank heaven that in New York at least the governor has the veto power. d All hon...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 25 February 1893

ýf-ý fi ",f" ' r:f -ýý 3ý ", ý .%ý ./ý/,ý/l,ýý1 I. " ..- ý ' I~:::71, ý - 'ý - "'-ý1ý- v ý / es i; _ ý - - _ __ L i ., J ~ t f ý ý.1 ýý 1 ý -- ý __ - _''i-ý "T ýýAS ]GT- " AMLý HE REFUSEDI A C(ROWN AN EXAMPLE OF WASHINGTON'S NO- 1: BLE AND UNSELFISH NATURE. i flow This Artion Imprersed (l.ad..tone. and Carlyle-It Seemued Incomprelhin-i- tI ble to Bonaparte-Walington'f IBria- v tions with Trumbull ud Arunold. f [Copyright. IPui. by Ameri'an I'russ A-on.ia- i tion.l IC Mr. G!adstone, in on f Iis chats l;ts wi'.h Channcey M Tpe'v, said that he was I inclined to the Isiief that all in all pr haps the greatest man since Martin Luther was George Wa: hington. and the great English st:'teslman went on to explain what Ihe nr.;:t I) t.'i cl:r - I terization. lie did oI: r':. tr, td "a'u,iil:g ton as intellectually !.,_- -. . I of siull" genius as any oner f hall ;: d(u n unn whom he coul.l Inll. Iis mio genius is tindi'+puttsl. althol( ,t of c,ii-n it is hardly fair to comp:,re it v ith that...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 25 February 1893

JVo'Ith : of" F: ie F G ood* : to : be : aSe*ified On Accunt of Being Darmaged by Smroke and Water. Don't Fail to Attend the Big Fire Sale At HIEIRMAN ZODZAG'5. $.3 BOI EVEf(Y $ . ITr WILIL PFIY YOU. A WOMAN %IT Till SIN:E M. Though inending to dou so olne time ago, we have until new failed to record the change on the editorial staff of the \Washington Argus in which MrI. Edith Mirza Hathorne took charge of the helm of that jour nalistic ship. In her salutatory the fair editor stated that bhe desired no consideration on account of sex, a Useless declaration time has shown. as the columns of the Arga' plainly indicate that :he is perfectly compe tent to hold her position in the legit mate role for newspaper preferment. The Argue is strong and Practica ble on the sober matters of business while womans quick wit and bright repartee spadllee all throng iks col umns. While THn: J.',0Aass is quick and ready to acknowledge her ability, it takes pleasure .in doffing its hat to her on her e...

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