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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 4 March 1893

THE PROGRESS. \OL. 2.-NO. 5. SIIREVEIPORT, L.A., SATRUIII)AY.1.i lACII- .. ISl. P I(,C , 5 C'IN'i's. Worth : of : PFine : Goods : to: :e : Sacijfleced On Account of Being Damaged by Smoke and Water. Don't Fail to Attend the Big Fire Sale At EH RMAAN ZOD AG 'SM. SRPOR HVEBRY $I. IT WILL PfY YOU. Il NI U HIININII III IIUHIIIIIIIIH lltlH DR. C. RATZBURC, DENTI T, No. 318 Texas tre.t, Over ed4aehelmer's. I-----------ý ..... . S:'icccr.s of Cyp r:,Sc. C. C. Hardman & Co., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in RED CYPRESS SASH, DOORS, Blinds, Mantles, Mouldings, Brackets, and all Interior House Finishing Goods, 608 and 610 Spring St., City Hotel Block, SSIHREEPORT, - - - - LOUISIANA. frompt Attention Given .ZZ Orders. s. G. DREYFUS COl., -Wholesale Dealers In Boots, Shoes, Hats. Corner Spring and Crockett Streets. Prompt Attention Paid to Country Orders SAM S. HUNTE . W. H. HUNTER, JR Bunter Bros., -COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND DEALERS IN Groceries, Western Produce SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO CA...

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 March 1893

A - - _- ___- T T-HE PROGRE.SS I I'ertisan politics cannot give hon est government. Make miscegenation a felony. It will be Purity and honor's safegaur(ld. T'here is no safety in any govern ment unless it is admilisiitertd lby the people. Let every editor iii N,,rih L ,oi-i ana attend the Shlir.elrt e inveitin on 13th inst. Lt· N ,rth I.,,uisiana hhold ltr own immugratiun a.-'ciation. 'lii' can be aecoomlliti.d ncce.~o.fully if its press will w:,lk to 'e~ rzt' i'. The I)eunnet atic ,j;rtty i'" c '- iit ttd against th1' lt4nleteitiatry leaste systemn. It sh, uld thi.ref re le true to its l incililes ril d at oli b the one' in oar State. If the l.y "I'lh of Lt uisina n a 1 eradicate its i,:irtsan spirit lich'l controlh her p, litie. lith-vy w:lII l:iav renmov(d a delilltatiug In r fi m i the State i gv lllllt lit. An election law which will nuiake it )ossible ftrr the itelligerce andtt educated of ulr ti, itple to) con trol elections, is the . tly sarfte bal wark for Louisiara to pr...

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 March 1893

OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.' Notes of Interest G 'hcrcd friin Ablln1 thc Nation, Capital: 1 ,lt,,I pp. ). i . t'." I ;. Ppelett n ,rr-panleiwe to 1 he VI- ;t. (otigrotflr1ut lo'gidlacli, i-. ike wh1.~I+ I"11r instance. fi I),h -en erati,' 'IIenlt''rs were it frtw w,.iis ago ipractically unfinim tls for the ad ,IisM),n or Ariz, n.a, New Mxio, Ok ]ahu rtn awl C.''h. anrd 'he, l',l bli (an Sni!ioriail (esll .lI r ,It i .1 i, fa var (of (heir w1hni io n. T,, ,Inv it i pracltic ally ettit*ldil l hat Ith y .will 111 get in. nll, th,.y f i it , y ,mat, legislative "'.cratich" inl the' cloirng hours ,f the nession. Out wi,,,l till. the story of the change in snatuorial sentiment silver. It is go,erally known, that whatever might. Ie the the politics of the senat t,ru sent fraom these territories, if they were Slates, they would be a mal, he in favor of the free coinage of silver. It is un derstood that Mr. Cleveland was the first to raise this objection to their aldmission, int the anti-si...

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 March 1893

THE F'ROGRESS. PU'BLIMII, \E,1 Fl SAT'RII,.Y IY1 C D. HICKS. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. patNo 2 - i it ll f 'I il r -:tt i. (ili . 1 I" t +I ti iIt' 0 ,1t t : I4 ' . . I. ' t . i 1 Q D.nl HI"IK , EAtie . I:n . ARRIVAL AND DPARTURE TRA . INtS cj rnl 4 ,t . t l. I,. ý 'i l i'I" ] 'l"'l 6 0, + l. a -lit , t'. h i t h'1 tk.lt r . ... .I I. ' Q. lT"1 I } i t Nl IlTa t 1i'n 1 n l i Lco T i t s ill, ut1 - .I . . l I., p il Arrvt 'nt e I I"I III'Vl i .. I f i Leave' Lo t i iM .. . i ", 1- p It Arritle Ile,\t -Ailktl, ls t I. ave, 'I I x airLc . .... tI a n SArriva I .lie b Ahl ....... IIl'n 1 m at 3:tU0 1 Itlaking etittehlltn lflr Mtphtll, Waco. nd a lld oriII. tih teltgitrepteml, cr :I1. local freigtlt train wi-ll carry jIatenger% . arrtvir at uitrreveltrt a t 1I, a IIi. Intt leave i lOlT h . 1). IT arh I al, Agitt. L lv iK EtYi ihi AND iii tTi)N. Train NoNo. 2 lor Hloustonil Leaves Shrevipoht ... ..:.....0 a in Arrives at Ilo iaton ............... n4:00 p, Train No. I - Leave rl...

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 March 1893

MYRNA'S REALMI !i, WEEKLY CHIT-CHAT, " ilill w ill II t, 1 h11 ,n ;'h1111 n1 h r,, 1 o.'o ,' 11 :1 n iTeiI' i hl, , II II-n,1' I tie ll ( 1 ItI hki n i if : 0i llit ic im'I " I I tll I i 1 ci, l A l i' , t111 Ysi1 11it'. -I peCI1mt, .: .1 l,. t ., ,11 1 tcli'.h ly itea: - . z l.lv . I,,tcI'J'h llit el I  n ', It- I nullt, t - , 111 1 II11 il ' II1: tlhi' h111h 1I\ i 111t l a' 11111ii . 1 \ " ~) _111 11,  11 11 1 il I ,t. i c l'l'ln i Ice l' if e1lin , i it ( 'l ll.eSt .1 t11 il fo ill p:it'ti t ill I It 1i l+ e i s tncll lati c t ilt ' hig t ili, ital i 1-1' . 1 ullll 1111 Isall I no1 I l'l , Il it a- 1 rn. i l .11I, I li, . tm ue s retilt 41.fe of i iterl 1 cutl itn *t'icncl to till nets, ceflt he Ictihi aexc and c in lllte's ( If ltiosl , I IlItol y, ci lae'lltill. 1e,1 c I I lolls., Th rI , c cii llt i 111l lt i ' liIve d ielj, ) I'e IIl- l . ti ncle. in IIIIII IH't t f)l' iitlc' io a le I ic e'It t d l T ttvrl, tiii. c'Iiti l e llila llil IIg , sv't l, h '. w tualy cs...

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 March 1893

LADIES' GLOVES. · WtNr a t lnle n l lerm ltatl.,o i r "rrll, .tl T hli Iepnortant Part of the V. arr.lr..he loes pl|ay a Inm.st iilliprtant ptort in the fetmiine wardrb.ltIrI nthing z ni,1ot.  , Somasn'e caliber . c'iitkl"v ti I.T 1r Kl,.w." rid lt.ota. A slh I..tsy ,Ir e. u11u,1 i..o,1. i E1 ofte1 n redel nlard 1; , ,l:IlP aI ll t l~e - ý'I 111 WAI.KIN flIv1nt. grPNIN(t (1fl0. nt vhy neatly fitting glo.ve awl in oia. tare an expensive luxury, but frayed r tips are the height of vulgarity. y women ruin Iwentiful gowns by Sgloves Inconsistent with their A tailor made Igown or walking rc- tume worn in the mlorning houtll be ac, paniedl by a glove of Rnusian leather. shades of red or tann. The.r' harmo, e with almost any rcotmnw. The walk ing glove is heavy nnl is ducoraiedl with parrow stitching. with large brass bIt tons or clasps. nnl the pirir.cs rang, frt ,tn "1.50 to $2.w. A reilly econonmical and geotl wearing Ilove for the womllan whose mean are lted is the httolticatt lome ...

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 March 1893

AUGURATION D:. . toric Notes Apropos to t' oming Event of March 4. EEN PRESIDENTS ELEfCTLD n 'ere Inaugurated on March 4, o on Marcl,, and One on April :1o. Sou Fart Tend Ing to Create Supe rat i n-Conlparison with Other Countries. w March 4 Came to Ito Selected for aguratlon I)ay-Curlous and Inter Ing Farts Connected with ithe Orrcasin. lt,,n. ] ere is an old story to tihe effect that -min Franklin selected tlhe 4th of for inangaration day h,,ca:tlr in the next twv centtlries it would fall on Sunday less often than any other day in thit year, and t hii sta t.menth iri. crept into a few works nannt. to be historical. It is, how ever, butt one of tI he mlany cnai., like thitt of Ni'oteI anal lot . oif , inii whi.h a RINGTON. rentarkahile anld inte re, i g has gradually given rise to a: le:-en+I to unt for the fact. It is apleasingI .toir-. there is no proof of it n Ii;hatevr. al is almost contclmtive rtoof )to t he , c in certain that Franklin le*hlernel him1 very little a|,llnt ...

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 March 1893

HOW MANKIND GROWS REV. THOMAS DIXON ON THE EVO LUTION OF HUMANITY. A Prelude on the Conli;ng National .1%nlin Astration-Evoluti.on F: imientl thIIa IDi vine Methol-God .orl. I-y Meani ,-- Tie Sever Ending Struggle-Excelbior! I TEW Yoar, Feb. 26.-The sermon of the day in Association hall was pr,':de this morning Iy a review of the n.w :,1 ministration abont to be inaugurated at Washington. Mr. Dixon said: We stand again upon tile threshold of a change of administration in our na $ional government. These courts are the landmarks found at regular intervals making our national history. We have no such thing as a governmental crisis. Our government is astronomical. It is wound up to run four years. It runs four years. The formalities of an administration change impress the eye with dramatic Importance. In reality they are unim ortant. The real change occurred some time before in the minds of the sovereign people. The officeholder in America is aerely a servant carrying out his mas ter's ...

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 March 1893

ITHE PRLA.ATGRESS .T11L~~~~~~~~li~~~ ~ I,,P.).,~:`~ 1 11=~ ····~1 : · _ Worth : of : Fine : Goods: to: to : : Sacrificed On Account of Being Damaged by Smoke and Water. Don't Fail to Attend the Big Fire Sale At ERlMAN ZO ZAG'PS. $3 BOR EVEtY $1. IT WILL PTY YOU. " -- '  IHI IN • I x I I Hnp'r "|  ! M  l INHI Hi "Ill IN ai I m nl le I  I I m qlIlfq n gIIlfltIIIIt IIIII I IIIIII H Il tIIIIIII.illllHIIH SDR.C. RATZBURC, . I DENTIST, a Se. 318 Tezas ltreet, Over SeAaheiuewr's. It tI-tImlS I C. C. Hardman & Co., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in RED CYPRESS SASH, DOORS, Blinds, Mantles, Mouldings, Brackets, and all Interior House Finishing Goods, 608 and 610 Spring St., City Hotel Block, SHREVEPORT, - - - LOUISIANA. F'rcz2pt ?ttertiZn Given ZCZ Orer s. S. G. DREYFUS & CO., -Wholesale Dealers Iu SD,Y GOODS, Boots, Shoes, Hats. Corner Spring and Crockett Streets. ,Prompt Attention Paid to Country Orders sa . eUNTE. W. Ea HUNTER, JR Emdater Bros., ---COMIISSION MERCHANITS AD D...

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 March 1893

THE PROGRESS. lleligion, in deeds more than words, will work the Master'. will. Avarice anl narrow-mindednesos are not far removed from dishonesty. We are fearful that silver neerd ex pect ino concessions frnm ('eveland. A prairng Christiai i4 Ira'rall3 much lurte con.a tci.t thani a t 'king Ol11. -- Im ---, - - Democracy now hau. control of the governmen.t. but what will the do with it ? We wi-h Covoernor Foster j,.y aln success with his New Orleans inlmi gration convent:i u. .. .. Im-*- O Will our North Louisiana editors assist in waking the meeting in 8hreveport Monday. a sue(eCP;s ! If it were not sacrrlige, it wouhl be amusing to hear irrehgonus iummoral ists speak of voluntary Christianity. The man who cannot mix religion with politics, ha 1't enough of the former to give color'to the material. ( t ()Oiur State should never penrmit any thing to detract its attentiont froum I the necosity of passing remedial 1 election laws. t The people are the legitimate suo ereigus of our...

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 March 1893

OUR WAHINGTal LETTER. Notes o, ltirit Ga!h,,ed fr '1 Abullt f u it N ,iod l wrg!f, in oIf eio re-1,el the, i ,i uwsbl y rnoer; being th,.-ie ih e t xIli'ta lvioo were not fltlliilldt ; and thir grief is, not for tha deceasedli, but fr tlheir deael hI Ilesl'. If the adago--"tihe coluntry's a hect gKverned which i, governed leapt" -be true the: it fllows by of 'ontlgrlas which hlei.lhtes lant is t( ni tant, a id Iccepting that view of the muatter would give the Fifty-Second a of o,]icn well up towr,n rs the, topo good C Cotlngrese for its legislt rion, aside i from the regular uavproptiatious, uwhich have gone well b ,3Ind the bil- t lion dollar line, ha gd been little and ti unimportant, indeed iti;;tilicalt is w the proper word to a use, roIu Ithe 'hg promisesn made are remembered. 1 However, ay an unlprejndiced out- t looker puts it, "considering the ,p- a portunities it had to do harm, which ' it did not take advantage of, the 1 iountry ought to be willinK to excu'rse it r for d...

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 March 1893

TIE PROGRE.SS. PL'II.lMEI, l) F\ERVY SATUL'I)AY IIY C. D. HICKS. Elntcrrd inl the ',ostotii aIt s~lr(veport as •co, id-( Ia.,s Mail 1Matter OFFI( F' t;1 Sprintg Strtet, bctween Milam andl ('r.akett. -B UC~lHl' ION One Year........ ........ (Ine DIollar SI\ M.l:ths....... ... ... -ixt-ti c t Thr.ee Mollth-. ...........!. Tt :i i ('l1' C. D. HICKS. - - EDITOR. ESTIMATES ON GAS FITTING --AND- Electric Light Work Furnished on applicaties. COKE AND TAR -Fer Sale By - GAS COMPANY. ANOTII':1. (:(111) SALE. Another Ealo of real estate «"a, made in our town this week, which should have the effect of raising the spirits of those inclined to be des poAdegt on the future of Shreveport. This was the sale of the lot 40x150 feet on which the Kahn Dry Goods Company's store stands for $24,000 and the half lot on which the tailor ing establishment of Mr. A. Zorn is located, for $8,000. This property was owned by Messrs. H. H- Yonree and J. P. Scott, and was sold to Cap tain T. C. Lewis, the price be...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 11 March 1893

YRNA'S REALM, WEEKLY CHIT-CHtAT. i h f |l ll'e l ' ll ,' ll,'lte ' , i *ti - 4tl,'r fr I hat e a ] III- I "iiii e hav el e iefor llu rll "mlinllal- i m I- ,i ifulll to -, ',. hl Sil , oli'iig .I 41'111 i "l ' t tII' l coiii .rI t litlf~ tI n Iihi Io--,1SI °I o'f : ver'l y tilt llii'gnt lit ,'I ,el 'In. arol' :i kitlle of r til art'ko bll,' : t nalit v fcel 4e111 of il· .µ iee'w'ie'. shIlle y as. i t It it tly are y i 'ty 1 ,',to te to I the'ir littl,e' t lnll.t'l, a tll i hi' firmly 'll li* i'e they I III- lu ,ertan  l I y tIl hlh i fat. It Inily ig r1ooml i~ .1 low llhiol led eh , ll., thie speciatl lploerty of Sl'Mterl, hut ia flav rite' ultlppin llagie' for Kit tty ld Shaggy. atl o li e tin r, :ty they sI lle ) iettii employ lto g.lr t poi ,eu- IIi ii , . lt" l ei. for thai ' rh' tore' of tI'e8 iII than I is ordiin:'ary avlr.'iet i itedl to liiow'ee ldtia1l. Fo' li lI11' tille ' when'ever kitty giot poseseesion Iht,-t,hia ry woild hiunt tarounld for their play-a-b:ll. a,epo...

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 March 1893

l'-at the F",,. ' . . Alai, that e . !- ar r ,. : That tears tii , . br .: - Froum Lu ,t,, ab.I . .. r,'. Alas, al . - I, 3.: That 7,. -..; . ': . !.: That i.e -a iti i+ Tlu., ' A-.aits.t+. gi~ Are so swift r mto few. Alas, alas. eh, 2: That the heart ii- owily true To gather, e% here faIe t,'.1t pass. The thorn and rue. -Fxcshange 1 [NA. Charles Harcourt : was cue of the most intrepid habitues ol the Chattean Rouge and La Grande C: laumiere; in fact of all those choreogr, tphic establishments which the Parisian grisette visits regu larly in order to lo. e her heart-and not infrequently her r. ey cheeks and the freshness of her you; ;h. Harcourt pretende d to study medicine, and it was among these pretty girls- sellers of flowers, em broiderers of linen, and painters' models -that he managed to forget the terrors c f the ho-pital ante the scenes Of the surgi cal amphitheater Charles Harcourt ha I just arrived at the time of life when tsoft down shows on the lip, when lov knocks a...

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 March 1893

CIN DER ITlSTUR E I. 'i T1h ME CAN'T ALWAYS MAKE OUT HIS' pr( noi BOY JAKE. Th dil JAke l ak" s 1.t rT ' - .". l'.aIh-r, Am .rl - li- I' Can Tern . ,I~at Are. N t t i, iatll I ilita an, to H ie 1 .i.tia .er.  I 'a ,illi' es to Il te-r "lew lu '.i aa I: Ii . In. r : . ior w :d.* L ,n r 1 Ir ' , I I'. INiL.l ha ul t . rII p t -i l .. ;:. :.: ' , 1111". I t1' (nI ti "' ri-.t : it i ,." Ire ' 1nt va.t h ' a-il Ito dail it a no fly (ani a ay on un IL aiy d l it yu t y ,u if 4 wle-, I' . tl h. (1 : .- ,-u n. - 1 a.fi- r t u aa r tNi ' l ,, t'-., vi o l tl, t l lI la and Shak her I, vb lto, f it ; , : e.I liufi ': lIla ('nn ao n - la h n~ l ,'tor "r , ia ll W hti . I uala , al: a I i to a te tola per son 1, f h. upl runl s.lt t"1. Cla p rnil ' ut u: I toak Lint r t 1 ]ar ooty} qui . III t1 al 0 !ain 11 Itasl - a , i ,h 1( 'la ,r- Af l t v I. le a .e In t " ican way of-illt. If w .I v [ go 'ng to lit in you this 'guf'nr.' How vhas dot, se geautl " i i l a "I don't allow my boys to call m...

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 March 1893

THE FUTURE NATION. IT rS TO BE STFONC IN Lý'W. '. AND RIGHTEO ,S.EUS. rev. Thoalg i)iou I)', l:arc I ;.r a -tr.lt.: Central Co, rrmo u .,ht, :n,.iifrm I.itorc. Laws aid lent.o :tl I)d.:" trial. on Souther,, I.nh nchin.l NEW YORK, March i.--Th1, , v Thomas Dixon, Jr., pr'-cleed the se-r mon in Association hall t<clav by review ing briefly the siubjj.t f .llnching, in which he strongly app*aled to the Chris tian leaders of the south to form a great law and order league. He said: The taking of life by law or without law is contrary to the teachings of Chris tianity. The old Mosaic law of revenge, "An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, a life for a life," was specifically set aside by Jesus Christ, and in its stead the higher law of love proclaimed. The sen timent against the death penalty is daily growing in power. Two of the great medical schools of New York state have pronounced against it, and a committee from the State Medical society of New York, of which Dr. Jacobi was chai...

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 March 1893

TH; DROGRESS. \iýi,. . " >. ; . 'ill l )\l ' l' IT..\., \ 'IT'I I l).\ 11I1.\(' II I :- S, : . I'1:i1 I:.:º. l \T",. $ 50 O8 0 0,0 1'o'I : o : : Iii : ~od." : lod : t ho : Sari*''frec''d ,On AzzJc ulnt of leOin" Dmac-1 y -: 2n Wcr. on't Fail to Attend the Big Fire Sale At HERMA  ZO A'S. .B FIt VHB1Y $1. IT WIL BUY YOU. __________ 'ýin#aLW ' D~~izwý.L' L ~ U /!R'Y Illllllllllllllllll I lllllllllb l l wowwovu h t DR. C. RATZBURC. DENTIST. No. 31N Texas Ntroet, Over Bedehelmer' u. . C. Hardman & Co ., Io ED CYPRESS SASH, DOORS, Ili ls. 11nuth '-. II 1 , l, l iu .s'. it rar c k,, t-. ,a l aIll IlltP ri,, r Ill,,t ,' I ;nl-irl lng (I ,.~ l ,. )8 inid (10 Slir.II St, (City' HLt'I F',II k. SHREVEPORT. - - - OUISIANA. I 1. . REYFUS & CO.I \ , -1 I h, i Ih Ii,- RY" COOc IS, Boots, Shoes, Hats. (' Irii r 1 rnt ' :II- i :ll I rot. kl It streete t rompt Attention Paid to .Country Orders Rtnter Bron., a't ---COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND DEAILERS IN-- p roceries, Western Produce'i Dign...

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 March 1893

THE PROGRESS Mli-cc'genation Is lan insult to the ehivalrie ( 'ancuauian rIe of t:he Sout h. In suppoirt. ,f hber clan to ('Lris fiafn Piligltenment,. Louisiana must abolish her lenitentiary hla'.s sys tenl. An ec*'etion law that will igours. nor n tratnuele.l vIt,. antiol the, ruld. i in telligern.c e is theill ),i ?- l-f ty f,,r thiis State. 'hier ('hriIst tll, n rlli, n.,, ni ,, withll the wrhtls vrltrietJ. then'i is thie hlIi rnolir of atSall ever lhioithl ,41 ti,' higher linuiels,. I)Di.ern,'r .a. ItE 14 frlinu',d iand as she., is lirac'ti'e l i L iini% inil. is '4 differeit t hat ve, t an exI ortl et mltl not ,hlc,14't I Ihi r,' r ,. - , , ii I 'rl. is a it , ll , i,,4-',wer I hiph, guil.h ,I lI,. 1th . Ir rli r jI irit. ,' iIltI the hnuml n 1:11-. hilt , Iushrt' . . ,I I lh.~ the 14 1 , ,.f iu ea i llh,.. 1 . otr f, s"lr, ni r l l ;ity I'll, tIlr-t It .ith tr ,' ,l ,I l'. i" ,r the latte r e)1't.,! whe ll h l expl ,rlllloen i ll iI' Ian,. Just 1t Menl':nery mny he as hilh'k...

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 March 1893

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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 March 1893

THE PROGRESS. VlHi(ltalIl :l E\:lt MATlI'II M \ iY C. D. HICKS 'I iti I ri n era l r i t.. in t.. at \I por t to I :111 I 'I \ O gr1 l t, . t a lii-t - , C. D. HICKhS. EDio ii ESTIMATES ON GAS FITTING - i h Slectric Light Work a Frllo l is 3 appl tication.. C- m.O . 4AL I ..k i',. COKE AND TAR Fore ale By - |h GAS COnM PA N Y. " ,ie dof not t h ffi r roull g rotert in charity. H, inaerl. y tey cit.,and to tr! ulln aeteld t th your tlrhoe. N111,1"ri..r 4 notk .14P~ +,ti ire unt equaled. j e themo arry at t"l Fair. irt I till i r o.wt h te .\t the s1tggestion of h large lnolfi ctyr of citirgns wo fatt or the acquir ment of th FaIir ground prope rtay., for a public park, by the city. and to tr maintain tir e Fair, a mass onleeting will e hed lt the courtho. userl. on Saturday, March IS, at i )p in., to cot. sider the beet hilau to carry out the pnrelf a contempli atd. Fco ert e wit en iown treail n the growth of the esty if rergeed to attel r ndig .nd T.T Viesson, 3Mayor. fr S 41 1...

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