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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 18 March 1893

MYRNA'S REALMI WEEKLY CHIIT-CIAT, I', ,lt (allaf" II - li 4. '1le4'ta4nt is inI4"4' |'le ahly as n o, In I ti l aw ll ' th l i- il M i ll ' if "1| :i1ri iII*f 11 4 l 1, m1 1n I .  ' f N t t4to .15. I, t a, ' 4 f' he4 lar' i re .11 11 4' u{ ,, lrul 111i14 4 + I1 %%ll III 1414 Il. - r111 ,l 41 " -,i -:i4 4 118 1 i ' lie 1 Ii h41l grl, ' 11 "l8 rn1 ' nellal l :1- -Ii" :al, p :'a r , Ion 4 I.'ill v1111 ,. llI ll t 110tI h i:1Lantil. la I 1 atla rl4l1'-s the a'I (I t1 'l'.11, 111- A-?,,), l84oi al . In and its g 'u st" . lHnt la t u . w,-0" 4Il'll t 4 po)4irt1I ill tht I a4rrne1 t of . I "E l, isii,.I. lShe 11:1i- i t. ry ,w*.,,! :_,1 I. . ,llar *"ing-il 1 ol04 ,'. :a ti I1 gr:a..l 544l ',1.v I,'l:-. -os' s44o44, 1441 her d bitIt i 441 i" iw a wl44 11 a{'plant ce, adiMSl aI dal . hlrma i. I flaw.,4 : 11er atIl;44t.4 "1 IN t Ktarape awit N\, rnai 3114444, w as till ex4 'll' nt 4 ' . ti4l "~'48 tlamialael ' 4go14) W .as gattell out of it InIla "I Tplre was th l IInlhl lilke hoIarae wil ...

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 March 1893

THE R: :F.JENA. NAPOLEON'S "' . R.i;-_ THaT OVERTiRZ'/ i-;. ':.A iN 1806. We Creessl . P:.c .:;-,.. 'of i.t :.nny to IStke I;.l.: .;i: t :,e I'rusian Armny Metweenu a1: A:;.r nd (It luase sad Naded thr Cu': ;. +"; t In a Day. (toplright, l,?. hi Aml-i:n T're.ss Associa Uton. L. i; rights rceerved.] APOLEON Ill,. . 1 pointing to the Sbanks of Fsathe Rhine, and ending his imprecations against theberedi tary foe of France beyond the border with the dramatic elimax addressed to the -ran ar mies marshaled Saround him, "I now give you the order to cross the German frontier," copied faithfully up to a certain point the bril lancy and audac ity of his uncle in 1806, when he fell upon the proud Prussian kingdom with a blow that brought the monarchy of redeick the Great under vaslage to the new Charlemagne. At that point the parallel ends. Napo leon III didn't win a battle. Napoleon I won two in a single day, and Prussia was at his feet. He gave marching orders dur ing the first week in Oc...

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 March 1893

THE CABINET CIRCLE. WI LADIES WHO WILL ADORN THE NEW; ri ADMINISTRATION. Pereeal Characteristles of the Wives oe in Secretaries Carlisle, Lamedt, Smith, Ol- blI mey., Blholl and Gresham-They Are All Typical Amerlcan Women. The wives of the members of President H Cleveland's cabinet are more interesting. te and, in many respects, as important na- sr tional figures as their distinguished bus- to bands, for while the latter will for four al years steer the ship of state carefully e through any shoals that may be encoun- er hi la ill h. p1 vt Ml. JOHN (:. CARLIRLE. a tered the ladies will be intrusted with a task equally difficult if less fraught u with importance to the general welfare of the country. The lady who is better known in Washington society than any other of the wives of the members of Mr. Cleve land's cabinet is Mrs. John G. Carlisle. Mrs. Carlisle comes from an old and noted Kentucky family. Her father, John A. Goodson, was Covington's first mayor, and also held important ...

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 March 1893

THE TWO EXTREM\ES:. DIFFERENCE EETWEEN HERESY IN NEW YORK AND C:NCINNATI. 1ev. Themana Dissn. JI., Pr.'r4e-,le. Ili !.ex lai sndat errltn,.l Wit it lllr Inrtrucl ove Clomment .,n the WelthI andl I rigg, Herpey Casr-S-tate !ertarian Schools. Nrw YomRu. March !:.-The Rev ThomasDixon, Jr., preceded the sermon in Association hall this morning by a re view of the status of the Briggs contro versy and the petition for peace. He said: Professor Briggs of New York stands acquitted and Professor Smith of Cincin nati convicted of heresy by their respec tive presbyteries. And yet Professor Briggs is the greater heretic. The dif ference is between the presbytery of New York and Cincinnati. The younger the community the greater the yearning in a majority of the average religious minds for "history" and "traditions of the fa therim" Having no historic institutions or traditions of their own, the younger Christian communities cling with fierce fondness to old wornout garments long since discarde...

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 March 1893

HE PROGRESS. '. VIII I I\ I 'O ! . I .1., \TI 1\ .11 i 2 . I l. D R .II IIII IIIAIII 11111lllllllsllIl I lltll'is - DR. C. RATZBURC, 4 DENTIST. i No. 314 Ts ,n-  'rct. Over - IIIiiiiIIIItIItinulll'llllllllllll'I1IIIY - QOOPER BROS., Ivery, Sale alld Fee ABLES AND MULE PENS. hreveport Transfer Co., T4 .I 7 . T I, .74 4 nur E l I . ,' - n 't . I, l, rian.. 1i' i  . ili i' ir, I r ,- ' ,', I, ' , i . ' , i r tllltE. w e nl , ) h av11 1 ' ` ;1a '....' o, ,t ,r I ,r ' ' 7 1o' 11. l \ '.I i, , 1h 111t %%r' ell' ait iarg in. . C. Hardman & Co., 1'% lI,lp~Sl aw.l Itrtail Dealt'ra in ED CYPRESS SASH, DOORS, Illind t. ,lantl , MnIlliingj. Ilraolkt. and all Interior Hoiae Finiihing Goode. 8 and 610 Spring St., City Hotel Block, SHREVEPORT, - - LOUISIANA. ' . DREYFUS & CO., - W ,ih o le .:ll 1 ' I ) a lr';I I n - Boots, Shoes, Hats. Corner Spring :11111 Crockett Streeta. mpt Attention Paid to Country Orders 8. HUNTER. W. H. HI'NTEFI. JI1 un lter Bros., -COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND DEAL...

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 March 1893

A 11- I ( !4 t 1 . I;;'1 *' Iii t' J'f 4;', (, 'J,-t 4 'l  I. Sil 'l l i .. ": 1, I t lr l I. . Ill. 11 ell , . ,t 1 r . ,, h,,~111 : -tl ll l 1 .ill 'itle-. . , f i',' li N inlii' l 1 : low 11" t'. ti , f" nIl(i;:tl l, ,ler FlJ' k ,f ci r :l :1,U' , , \\lJlE in t I.tE 1 ii ll ltr i: ,, l 4 tI4n' i - :i1( I ldi,- l' Iih-' a *r il lt ; ill f,,'q.'ll - (o .op4'o l t.. t e h r4 a I' Jvf ru g ot it ii .f f',r l t lt lne iti l, t ' i gI tl a f i raii, nglii , totlitcel ; p.l r e i it . ilil llraIe a.lt l , is, t i h1 1 nI. ' or lg lf 10111:1 111/.. :'-l l-i l - __ill,, r. il,, ],li -, -v ' nl 1i" i - tif' te l,,-oil I ,lo ,'t alert their riti, 1'. inii th itot S at ction elw d over- I thro t hoin oie aiU 'hwer whicha inlu political l1atfnl our oit lay en, saely deonsiervd to ha tre salo tos, gar blers o tf illi, devltil ha y ad a big hretan in its orgin izl t ioi. I theirn th h ad r r ar. legisl id honet if our l gal psolitbli a litil d wil l ij dolr t ry, ilin orality and ide ddith...

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 March 1893

itn tt'.i I ,i ,, t', 4 1 ) I Iiol, ,. i , '. 1I ,, , 1taents. Thoe ,rlccv i s , ; lr 1 l i ili Il ii ii ,t I ' I' tt,. 1', I t.\ .lit tE l l 1i ho MW)-(ealll I' , , ,f hiý I r y. ttog thu r h itlh II' utii uall.h1 3 Obligatious to thIe l.Ity machine. er for hins noiiinHatiiv t ,r his elhei , and he hai taken .i, p tins tr ceal the state' cft his feelingK. It probally IecRnie hIe didn', kniioi t the imliortant Senall cunnnitteeh, anizded 11 al anti-r love d Iha.i. Anolthcr thin' ich m kakes hiti inhle.ilehr t. ut ich wouhl have th ll.iace r e-.'.C )m all of our lresihnt l, t t i r1' n o11 torn wag flVlhorbie', hy tht ,titutin, i., that h,. i'n't Ila3 in es to Ibe rent.t iiiutitl.d t (','.sis .o,,rnet ing1 h, 6, irtltl,, ,v-l, ill t014 S,'viato. 3Mr. St2,wairt, I vadn. who hats tf'rnuerly lhft ItlI publican party without .,ithe'r ie ing a Dlmocrat or a 'opnlisl frustedl ronm the corumitteh , ropriatin, ns. mesnl.ership of whilh neidered equal to the chairmuan p of a less imlport...

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

GAS FITTINGT COKE AND TAR F.- ?.:. 3' 5- N!M N F 1" ' " -.t l ,J. W 'k t :J t 1 Tat1 w-u~·.lc pra -n' ·Ti irv Wr4U tL °L^".. iai 10k3 1i LX I 1i V j~rul· Hardrfr::u fr ttci :.t if rmmcrtunrLc i tr"-. .- :i :r"u ý N a I~;. e wllw "ac aac:r ~i_. . 1u;ý L ~'ý.Ur n tit :v lf mzn L +r cit ntr,~~~~~~~ :e -; n·c· tL IVc I : 4,1: -~at-ir u i ..~*j it±.. 1> MII ;tm o riiM -ra ;, `{ :N :trC) Culir iI Prft r" ."·tf rt . laa, g Lur" '. Qv (7" atlOr i:sisa L ai r~ L`t d'l:4 1L31r -o [izU i r' ant -'tg mo u ýI. r_ -rt. aiL .£. at:~ ui ra- t~i au,· a~LL oP a III2.r an4 .La~r taLŽ~t ~r~r rL.~i. t:I~ Yrcn IjiLtiai~n r ui p £'ta ar *ailfŽ- % ca uitZ c u 4 i M * t Fps ip f 2NtJB n ":f Lair :u ris:~ @E g~aLad ilcvcL mdL zzaia a~IJc~ .d i~p j "srr T tt.W-1b Kvw~nr r *u nrLiui 1.11 -.nfalfa iCr L WL~a~bi L :l t I snJ c~rit :G :e .ý t ET. 1dxa* hitu.-irf oe Disyia 'z &c~r euIuaa Err tlIdliui ~ -rbeUn~r ai v the The, rr aa k e.- m i E tL ofs S fhW c `att. am r hy rW l ai rihia r~ ~rYl wtm ~Rf ~ r~y ...

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 March 1893

MYRINA'S RIAIL, eec-1 lii' aI ti . ee.e l a ti lii I ii 'c t c ei llii s e e Iiil I'i e li I i t ha' a o 'a" I , I , e ,- hi f elee'. ie ct it.i' l l e Ice I \\ l ,c I t oi l ,le il'i.ee cci pl atlie I i l I stllt Iiti I, I1|* l l% ie neal eee Iece l a I fc llle l le ii. lie' t'lctcll eii 1 o eIlt0 le'italie'1 l ill 1a. , 'ciao l, ie t'.o .1 cI Ilat ic ieeacie'tl l l l , lie' ccci*nilli. ,l a IeI e itli lea eatlg*ele Ie aeaee , li l h I s I1e 1,eil *1 ai :Il'a ie' hl'ell' *+ Il I hi e , ,miil ecica' c li dal !'t l' et1111 , sitsll, i+ll ' I t l 1,a11 " il-*' ailo'et, IIOtect c41tii ' I ccii li h -i'h I" a i* e- Icf* glte' iaeetlale tea~laecieh/ttieli "ice eo g 1.''. IeccI1e Ilce ' icole i w ielee l la io ' It ii c. 'eel W *.II. to II v otllnlll of InstenIi.'.1111 o 11 Ih d 11511'o Ilt emnanIItII i tyII. spllqentl| j~ou+r llone , saa h re am IIII ll l iclse ' e eel :III l iti iPr Ile lea1 miii . a111111 t m esil| e i t ide I el ai i lle aceil ai ola e- eel leat laes I*la lleei...

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 March 1893

T hey A . . ' . , , ,i. i land ! 1 • ',t.. f  , n11 , )lil ,' . . . • l . . . i " I ll . i ,, e r n l l n l |1 1 '  i n ; I, z , ,r " I 1' 1 . . t A lltrm lnei r l,. I. 1- 1 11.1, 11 tl n.. or eight ,,:r r- .r ,l . ,t tn nt. flil ' tue of t e :t+i ?II :I li i'l- lek :1nlel. A t I Ind ians Ii 'a , ,lll it Lt' calIt lir nltelLi or bey e:l',<. it 'y .,t.lr, their :i . i pretty tinu h :n Ine, t , r cf l eise,..aerk. A Iothert ays heIr hii I:a i certa:in nlmtile, I of nmoeln lll . ii ., :'ec. rl ht e itno . kept a htie, leave no hig family Itihl.. They have. I)l onle name- a "civen e:utie"-ge-neily six nifying some jeclltiarity of tlhe 'hild. The pupils of this gevernment. emehtel are from the surroeunding villages of Isleta Sandia, laguna. Acroma and IReees. )Or entering the school they discard their In dian names andl Indlian crst unte, asstlnrnitq the more civilized American costuiie 11 A PEOX U not always a tmeore har:llllniosl i name. Tllcew ie select the Illeost dlistin...

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 March 1893

THE HERO OF hIAWAiI t KAMEHAMEHA I, CON'JQL: IGR ANDI. RULER CF TH: CCEAN K'NCG OM Ilis \\:,a r .. .1 I :' 'Ia I" . \\, .r" ('.t.. ' 1 a l .:t ' I I' ; a '1 . ' I (.4 l .r.ll : lra r :4 :1 1'. ,1'1 a :l . a I . : ' I' I'T.'a ' n r .I l , , I ,, ,', i 1 'I ,n , aa' '.'aethI,-d -, a tr-h," tl,.ia r.tinuT ii r'm -; a fua l. the tn ll el a lowll ;: h' I .1 ii . ia / alore, t h.' v.'-+a. aood tI "- :trrlrt ing a t ~: , rtn' r f Of tla. i t i -I. 1 r "rv. NaI. t na'r Ia ink thl party ln'' a' aaheire adnwl ta, t he h. r-iiihTI'' f f f 11." Itre l :liena il'lt Uit: 111 reive' d I c jll r. nTa l ,f t;l air I!h.. -4 of shaore with th' ' illt t ' jIit int A I'r- .an i t of 're'at rank lhal I'., n ernta:taiaial ti awa ctorJr' ll t' ro! ý, l. I't Ia"h b. ai l ' .1t of staky at I ho''s la:a imai.ai'al that t'aak t' meant to kildnap their f.tvarite rinre" t Kamehamuahat, Ille scilnl of ia ana llt) ylf o kings than in its 74th reig.n.I p Had Cook's veassil been carried to tlh ra na tipodes b...

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 March 1893

THE G AMBL1NG EVIL. REV. THOMAS DIXON DISCUSSES !7 INt HIS PRELUCE. A Sermonn rn Authorit 1,i the (hurch. Parallel Iti t -w e n Theal;,, . and ('h;"lsti malty--l:rela.i c·till Authority a Utmnman FIction-- orm, anml ter'nonv. NEW Yol:h. March 1, -Rv. Thomas Dixon. Jr., past,tr of ti,- Twenty-third street Baptist chnr h. ,r i-,rded his cer mon at Ascciati,,n hall tliWs morning by the following rev ;,.w ,f ,.nrr.-zt events: The fol:, wu g netws iteim aplearsed in a New York miorninl4 pape;t onie time ago: "Could n,t pick the winners. A well dressed man hangi hiit.elf near the Gut tenburg race track.-The body of an un known mar. was discovered early yester day dangling from a beam under the grand stand at Monitor park, Weehaw hen. The body was taken to the morgue at Hoboken by Coroner Murrer. The suicide was a man of fine physique. He was 6 feet tall and weighed 225 pounds. He was neatly dressed. He wore a livery cloth overcoat, Prince Albert coat, satin rest, striped trousers, whit...

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

THE PROGRESS. VOL. 2.-NO. 9. SHREVEPORT, LA., SATURDAY. APRI, 1, 1A93. 93 PRICE, 5 ('ENTS. KHE MERCANTILE SWORD FALLS The First Hard Cut of the Season is Made BY THE ORIGINAL MAKER OF PRE, I HERM A N Z ODI AG IREAD, REFLECT AN THE INVINCIBLE, [H E R1lN cLJ I. IF YOU CAN AFFORD TO MISS IT. 100 Rolls Fine China latting, New Fancy Designs. 40 Yards in each 120 Pairs Gents' Patent Leather, Hand sewed OXFORD PUMPS, n,~,,lr eg.ua Roll, Regular $12.(X) Goods; will go at $5.95, and a fine Symernia Rug free with each value; will go at $1.50 in this Sale. Roll. 165 Dozen Gents' Unlaundered Shirts, 4-Ply Linen Bosom, Banidl and Seek: nBod 2000 Pair Ladies' and Children's Oxford Ties, Fine Kid, Patent made of best New York Mill Cotton: Regutar value :1.25, will -, in this Sale at 49'. Leather Tipped, Regular $1.50 Goods; will go in this sale at 75i; all hand-sewed. 136 Dozen Ladies' Hemstitched Irish Lawn Handkerchiefs, Iegilr ine (a1. ill 1500 Pieces All-Silk Ribbon, All Leading Colors, from ...

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

THE: PROGRESS An uk>,ia to ,ua'ity-sic, rity or muanlines. i a loui-uian.a politician Frani now ln leht the I.,eo!tlt's hl gan Ihe. down with dealirng in fin tures! In the nameu of humanity, justice to free lalbr anad enlightntrrent, let our State annull its inifamonu Ipeni tentiary lease. Honesty, Hlonor andl Integrity n u t not loset ight of the ftwzt that the next General Assembly shoutll paa a decent. ehlttion law. A Statel whic'h l.rmnlits mnicog'n;i tion, and leaiees out helr convicts, can not he .verv high in the sme of re fined ulltonir , ard l.,t l isiai na do,,s both. It -4eo ns that I tlavch rI nil tlie. of thro i,,.isie:a i Imimlopr,-,nattives. . r's mainlte trel. I,, th il eop.,'" !" oil tIh II anti-elution bill. Tl'his should he re martelnrd I'y Il I moral p.eolto f ,ur! $tate. Let t li. htaI lt' coniti uiu it' lith' ti againt ,i, altig in ftturan arivtil thil stupid !, ;:hs nriling '.chme is hr,,k en up,. if it ia n.'ceat.ary to retire over y nietuhtr i ,, ('...

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

0 j Iterest 68' hr ' l m f " F S ISHINTiOTll Un . i c h a ti a l C a p tu a1, j '" NAtUli TON. t). . .. ttreh 9. 1i9::. e .I.J.t (R rp oD" cllet'' to Th"" I'r·ilr"$. t~lt SCsrli. thI li' ,, l t. eithbg r I or deny tho ruin' r tlhat J ,rt Ips t )lorgan, a. 1 A ii streL't bank ,ni -i lbeensent to Europ to t k dgsmente for the i,ue of `~:ir, Imn gOKQOino btrl. Ih. l'ii irirtr ha-. udthe gratt,,t ;r:t,.rest bur. na -it sppetr, to hr ,;' gcd ertlty Ie li l d Should it lrt , t he true is ini Slily to be a v,,ry nIpjo nlar Inove trr -iepertI of tlih new aituinistra Ito s, public ,.t,:ituenlt as reflected tai bw proU and promintlnt men from m8 otions is unqute'stionaildy op . to an issue of bolnds. Thi-in spoven by the forceel withdrawal it .- the last hounr of the 1 ifty .pd Congress of the Shermana . - et to the uudry Civil Bill,re , ng the issue of $50,00X),tiO ' )oeet bonds. ou , bt Cleveland's rebuke to ;> " and all other nepotism, pub frt Sliven this week, is regarded a fri lsig...

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

TlE PROGRESS. PUl'HL, IIII IE:VEIY HAT1':HiAY Hy C. D. RICKS. Entered ilt tie l'.ntlflcr at ,i hr rvelgort w I I . ,nd a ta l '. Mail .,anitt O(ril r 41,2 Sprilng Street. between Milam and (Crrc'kett MUB DCRu'ITII)N On er ..r . . Otne Dollar Mix Moutih .i.. i live elt'li Three Months . . h: ri ;. t'enlt C. D. HICKS. - - - EDITOi. ESTIMATES ON GAS FITTING Electric Light Work Furisheld on applicatiem. COKE AND TAR Fer Sale By - GAS COM PAN Y. a a t la 1 1 '- It41 "Igl lI'll I 'VE! A lady in g,.od -.,cilt' staulding 11 wims,, ai sitii ut ittlll ia h u,-ok,, ijr fr widow or geuntliman in ihl' counitt". ('an gLVt, lirst cla-s refcre.nces as t 1 charaIIttor aid conducllt. I''(r pularliel h lars aitli,-, .%. IK. TuI I'r e . OI li'e. Shreveport. Ija. Beginning with April 1st, 1Mr. go Frank it. Hlicks will have charge of to all of miy collhti,,u, and lIayLenit of Ib any Iills must be mlade to h1ns. Ibr ('. C. lc1t'. to,, 1). D1). S. pl .%FTI.NtIIlN. 1'1'111.1 " I de.sire to say to ay patro...

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

7NIA'S REALMI WEEKLY CHIT-CHAT, TEXAS AVENU'E,in ihe heart of our busy little city of Shreve port, stands a monulment to the magitlceif t courage and brainy nerve o: a woman who 1,as done seto eleyvte the standard of educa LlM a North Louisiana than any other w . Tt This monument. the "Kate pro Nelson Semioary." is Shreve"ort' dstdinguishilg land mark-ou the ead of progressive edueliton,. and a a.poet whose index finger points to a gugtion of the highest moral, as well as ltelectual tra'intl. Its principal d gounder. Miss Kate Page Nelson, a smeba of the Nelson I'age family of 1 gtgni , is a woman of peculiar strength I d earacter. Runnlillng along the line I gintecllt ialitv she is masculine in de- I ai-nrpent, bushless calpacity tweing un gDaily developed, havinig stuied all al atlbesa , and everythingl thal coulnh Usr upon pIrogresive eedineati i1, for she I Iaa educator by nature'. Ang the I lilnes Sgenderness, symllult hy, chbarity uanl re I spen t, she is very woInlyll Ild...

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

YAN(KELE IDIPMIACY. OUR FOREICN SERVICE REVIEWED Y :': EXPEfT. Me Points O(it rte IDflehlneies of Our System-It - Z:b,: I:e 1c mproved, but oet Aba-:,onect --Part!san Politics and DMplomar: : + "'ct Mis Very Well. * [ ; e !al I ', r -ij::,leurei.] IfEW Yonr, ..-Tie cry now being raised in favro: cf the albolition of the legations of the, United States government in foreign capital, is, I am informed, merely one of the ordinary features con sequent upon a change of administration at Washington. But inasmuch as the demand has been indorstd by several of the leading newspapers, both Republican and Democratic, of New York, and has, moreover, received a similar support by a a large number of the most influential press organs throughout the country, it is evident that the question has become one of unusual importance. As such it may possibly interest your readers to hear the views of one who has spent some fifteen years in the diplomatic service of a European power, and who has enjoyed 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. — 1 April 1893

IP OF HOLY REST. - s 19 REV. THOMAS DIXON'S IDEA OF SUNDAY. S ge Antioption Bfll In the ~_s-- es* and Arguments on gbgas gpesdto u-Il What Sea. the was Mad. For Mae. w yTe, March 26.-Rev. Thomas r.. re1eded the sermon in As hall by a review of the antiop MU, He said: S.siaaoption bill was defeated in the - Washington recently by the fili tactios of its enemies. gi M iC sure to pass the national It is supported by a major stl members of congress and has M- apported since its introduction. gj .pprted by the moral sentiment SGIa blimly opposed by every leading b e r paper east of the Rocky moun gbisact b a paintul one in many as It shows that our newspapers are under the influence of the capital of the great exchanges, jb the masses of the people and rqmesentatives in congress know sum total of the influence of the oa the question is therefore less opi know where the press stand they stand there. Mr. Hatch's jsply to the false statements of the is worth remembering: asg atlemen in op...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 1 April 1893

THAT SUIT!, T'he Shreveport Times and 1 The Progress vs. The t Police Jury. 'THE DECISION RENDERED, AND CAD DO, TRUE TO HERSELF, IAIgWNI TWr. URI'IIEMA(CY OF THI a Nearly all of our citizens, and many more, will remember the con- 1 troversy that took place between the Times and Caucasian some two or three months ago, and are acquainted with the cauee that brought it about. The public will remember that in the adjustment of the matter the Can eamian admitted that the notice of bids for public printing had not been inserted in its paper for the term of ten days, and that it was not put in a conspicuous place. Our ref erece to this conflict is not made to bring about any further eruption be tween newspaper men, because the affair has been settled in an honor able manner, but we recur to it to show that the Caucasian itself admit ted its fault, and its editor was heard to remark afterwards that the police jury could do nothing but readver- 1 tim for bids. Well, when so much dissension...

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