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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 April 1893

ITHE PROGRESS. .--N(O. llo. S11lEVE OI'ZT LA., SAT'IUI)AY, AIll, S.I.,. UE MEICANTILE SWOID FALLSI The First Hard Cut of the Season is Made SORIGINAL MAKER OF PRICES. I H ERM A N RELEC AN THE INVINCIBLE, . IN ,,.,z 01 1A G . I IF YOU CAN AFFORD TO MISS IT. Rolls Fine China Mattting. New Fancy )Designs,. It) Ynrlds in ;,elh 120 Pairs Gents' ]'atent Ilathell.r, I:,ni swed OXFORD PUMPS, lt,.I, l,.r Roll, Regular $12.) Goiods; will o at $5i.9t5, and a e SMymernia Rug free with e:u.h value; will go at $1 .24.) in this Sale.. SRoll. .165 Doena Gents' Unlaundered Shirts, 'I-l'ly Line.n Jt,,~,,j. I':.ue :111.1 S, 'IV,,. l, Pair Ladies' and Children's Oxford Ties, Fine Kid, Patent made of best New York Mill Cotton; Regutar :,ue $1.25, will ,, in tli i.,.l t,,. Leather Tipped, Regular $1.5) Goods; will go in this sale at 7-c; all I:nI-sewel' . 136 Dosen Ladies' Hemstitched Irish Lawn Handkerchiefs, I,'euIl:iEr lI, (;..., w. ill Pieces All-Silk Ribbon, All Leauling Colors, froim I to a: inch...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 April 1893

THE PROGRESS. Do right, ndl you will always feel bravo. To respect vice Incall.u it is 1pli S tics, in to violht' one of Gol's lhws. No Inwmtilenie ha I.*3 '." WIriight such hav,. In con(ull. l. : Ia n. liquor. Let truth prevail thbought t liis ver eignty wrest. power fron an inti anate friend. .. . -- D- .-4I -. Social c' Invit tl, saltl i i'rw are fr. lauently Iitruthsll of thIll ii, t unblushing kind. Political ilains foruillattld i'n a dram shop ar llrur to b' 1op,lpiltMl to honlest Kgoveornnullt. liicegvea'rl ti, Il iS alI ,lter",.'n of 1 Mnoral d(14ravity whichl our tittel, owein to h'rself to erdliceitte. llow wollld John l lonclr,.ur .ohn I'P kett., do for guhlierualnI al I li I i;inal,.r fto '!N;'i'. ,litici. l wai gol. ic'llli worthll w11lltlv i" I to i '.,; - it'ed in this Stato until th, Jle 1 .i ,I thes d't,:1gogu,0 is dl trou y1ed. 1 In pilltictl strnKgglos of th, fitlrel, hit l,,,uisi10a esch,,w ail rlonounce tho rule of, Ibo p,,t-hones' iolitician. I TI'h Ioulsia...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 April 1893

il~~TOHiO LETTER. I 1 b dgsd Satberal from About tIBl jatinl Capital. WAIN'lGTOVr D. C., Aprii 4. 1893. h deuce to The Progress: bh in the United States hO S"tew and far between," was one of the first mag- h t week, when Senator Hoar a resolution directing the at on privileges and elections the charge of criminal openly and publicly ,a it Senator Roach, of fi akots. There had been con talk about the probability hi t resolution being offered ac the extra session opened, mehow nobody thought it be done, most people being of , that senator Roach would re peonal explanation of his 'r with the al e;ed bank em t. Indeed, it is known that ise several weeks ago to sa explanation, but he did not a the resolution was offer d n now is, what will the e do about it? It cannot re- k adopt the resolution, and the I made by some of the sup- s Senator Roach to enlarge w of the resolution, by an- P the committee to investi satecedents of every Sena b too childish for serious con- c . The echarge is...

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

THE PROGRESS. PUBLIlsilED EVERY SATURDAY BY C. D. HICES. Entered in the Postoiftce at Shreveport as second-Clasa Mail Matter. OFrtIC: 612 Spring Street, between Milm and Crockertt. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year. ....................... One Dollar Six lMonth .................... rixty-ive (e its Three Month. ................ Th:rty-tiv Cec ts C. D. HICKS. - - - - EDITOR. ZSTIMATES ON GAS FITTING -AND Ilectrio Light Work | Furiashed Oe applicatioe. COKE AND TAR -For Sal. By - GAS COMPANY. I t1 110 W.ANT, .1 HOIIt hE-EPEIR'i A lady in good social standing wishes a situation as housekeeper for widow or gentleman in the country. Can give first-class references as to character and conduct. For particu lars address, A. B. TaH PROoRESS Office. Shreveport, La. t NOTICE! Beginning with April 1st, Mr. Frank R. Hicks will have charge of d all of my gollections, and payment of my bills must be made to him. C. C. McCLOUD, D. D. S. ATTLNTION, PUBLIC! r I desire to say to my patrons that if Mr. Frank R. H...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 April 1893

NA'S REALM, WEEKLY CHIT-CHAT. dof March and e1t of April, Idr bturned down pages in my -- of happy days. An early S.pleasant walk in the brac- I air, an exhilerating spin new electric car line on the gece to a comfortable coach r, ., . poad. a pleasant run : tledIg woods and fields fra wM the odor of newly upturned so, a transfer to a eo(acb. no le than the one I left, an - t run on the smooth and well 'd the "Tap" and the beauti gld httle town of Minden was gn route I met Mr. T. H. Car sllcreous proprietor of the "Car sand arranged to stop with my short business visit, but i had fairly stopped the hand was extended me by one of dfirest daughters, who had - Iy coming, and was there with nl waiting to escort me to her thrn hoie, where I was roy ed. After brushing off the Vel, and enujoying a dainty and 2 llunch, I started out "touriun." I first sought headquarters information, the office of the Through the courtesy of WC. Drew, I was introduced to 1. ent, local editor and businets d...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 April 1893

DOW" IN ARG;ENTINE. LIFE IN THE MOST PROGRESSIVE OF 80UTH AMERICAN REPUBUC& 41e Conmal C;:. 'r.;: ut erw York El pla~ts thi -in..i,; ] ltaltu: Ion In Argsn tlne atwl DIc)r.rItw the Resourels of the Country-Ileauthtal Kernos Ayres. [Special Corresonde one.] Naw Yoiax, _ - S ."ver:'l years ago there was a flnsadc crisi in the Arlgen tie Republic so wide reachinlg in Its Inaflu ease that It was felt all over the world. Ther cams very near bein g ammeusial pani in Landon, where thegest and his RAWZIOAL strUP3ar COURT, assoen AT3s. toase basking house of Barings was only saved from a suspension of payments by the support of the Bank of England and other strong institutions. In the United States this crisis in the Argentine was also felt very seriously, even though the commercial Intimacy he tween the two American republics was not geat But the business interests of the wold are so bound up with one another that an important happening even in a remote commercial market is felt in all...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 April 1893

EM OF THE MOB -IrE NGO DISCONTENT AND 8Ul i ION AMONG THE VERY POOR. s DisM I Presehe on the Errors -: IWisof EI horers-Thelr Precnn aesee to Christlealty but Tempo Chchb Mest Take Hrald. yous. April 9.-Mr. Dixon an this morning that until next SUseal review of current events ei omitted, as the special series of to be begun next Sunday morn ,,·oad occupy the fall morning hour. - /sk this morning was a discourse i seeds of the ignorant and help ;--- The text was taken from s0l , , "But when he saw the he was moved with compse tease they were distressed and as sheep not having a shop W et this same crowd-this vast fIm.eof distressed and scattered that so moved Jesus with pain- at last round his cross and with the proud and the rich in ad laughing at his agony. t ea did not join in the mocking beholding in silence. Hegel has a mob to be that force in na wMleh acts without or apart from rpganisation of the whole. Therr be thus an ignorant or a learned s mob of men of fashion or of men f...

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

RED RIVER NOTES, W HIITK IIAtI,.. LA., A11tt1:1. IMti. To lh , It-1'r~,nr Knowing that yonr paper ih always in necuwh of items. that will inlterest your readers, I thought a few dots rarn this delightful eountry seot would prove acceptable. The chief att-action on this part of our own led river in the way of amuasments in the skating rink held at the menidene of Mr. J. V. Hughen. This genial gentleman thrown ole'n the doors of his spacious hall to the young people every Friday after noon and night. Mr. W. J. Hutchinson, Jr., in his most gracious manner, dispennen the refreshments and in quite captiva ting in the roll of hInt. At the last meeting those present were: Misses Efle and Gracie Poole, Lula Roberts, Annie (lambling, Mattie Al linon, Mande and Allwrta Baird and lort and Memnrs. T. (U. W. J. Hutch inson, Vests Baker, Thomas Connell, Will Morn., Robert Poole, Ie eliggs and Drn. Hartwell and Jacob Allismn. It would be suprflnonon to add that high enjoyment and cultured pleas nr...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 15 April 1893

.1 A TAi PROGRESs'' " 1 -,i,,m ý , r 7FU1- '1, ^: IT7ý'"ý1ý.7'YiwfnlMYPrý'> .\.",. iOZDn1F dFIITý·; T'r^r·-7l1· _.T Ill).\Y.ý' "\ .. .. · .. - I ... ýrr~cR..r: .·J The First Hard Cut of the `eason is Made  a- i o A inD. fEFLECT AAI SEE. ORIGINAL ME OF S HERMAIN ZODI AG. IxSE STHE L,'INiSNC;BLF. r . _ '17"V1jF YTOl CAN AFFORD TO MISS IT. Us Fine China M atting, Ne' Vacy l)i.,ig,,. 411 Yrls it, 1.. h 11120 Pairs Gents' I'.,tv,.it ..:;,Itll,.r, [I:a.,11:,.I'. . OXFORD PUMPS, :, -_,iIII -,, 11, ]l m u_,lar w1 .00) (i l;,,,, w ill ,o, at 87.;15, :tnlt 7 lint, S ntemr'nia I n,,. fr,. w ith ea,'h ,:ilut,: w ill ., at 1..l., in tliýs Sah,. l. _ _lt165 D ozen Gents' Unlaundered Shirts, .-Pl'v. illn+, I:,1 ,, 1 i:, , , ;111,1 \,,,.. I:,Iv Pair Ladies' and Children's Oxford Ties, VIille Ki.l, l',tent 1,, h1 of ist New Y1ork .\iill (',,ttii1: lli,:i, , sl, I.... il I I ,i , .i . er ' . e r 15 (i. i t 136 Dozen Ladies' Hemnstitched Irish Lawn Handkerchiefs, I~,_-el, 11i. ;, ,, ill Pieces A...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 15 April 1893

F. MAR ' ELI , NO 612 LEVEE The Old Reliable FOR IRON ROOFING. .4 |iv .lo+. k "[\f . 1'lilllll. (im p, '.11ll IIf|' L| d Itl q ti l'll.lfi 4 !. `-;t: IIIIt -l i , 0: 1 ,, +- I:1101) " .t. h i l lI H I J l, I W O | l~ lf ; l t k.l , |l lr'l . T ' i l l w il l h " ". t 1 1 . , 1 1 .  |hl, I n.q  l' t , , 1 I.," ",, " . . _ :1 1 l klhlli (,tf 1l,1 wi Iti. t |S istil l jIllrallt, I. ,1 r , tl mi S it 111tioI'11 . 111 . h o.i' l" I - Ihaig WatI Il|eI I ns- rkg t N III - T |t1.'. ."o.l -IR e l "lon 1:r... .I " I: .f. f . 1 ,a I '. I. tI I m nu It a l l , n l rl Iflio o . l. i h . o. - ti Ie . r l .t- in e * ~d . I . u, s I t, a U ToIephboa 215. SHREVEPORT. LA. The First National 1lank OF SHREVEPORT. LA. PAID UP CAPITAL AND PROFITS, $278,0 0000. E. JA('OBM, Prenielent. \. E. HIIII'(N. ie I 'r,,'.lct W. B. JA('OIIH, (anahier. W. N I';NI('. It.. 1y...\i-t. t(',hi,,r. ] ilr l,1su l t a ( I, ,.at r i l ,it , I I Ian 4+11'.I A ', tll- f t ii t a, llt FIortign Exchange K ilght 11t rl 1i111 ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 15 April 1893

EI aSIENOG OISCONTrN r AND SUS- t 'P,CION AMONG THE V !Y t'c)OR. I S"rl (11. t ,11,- 11.11 i Il rstl i-'c " o d Iw .') u- A,"1, . .. 1" 14 " 11, - .lo M h nl.ta i rlie i i' , 1 I h al I ti n ' tic * A h"llwlc~c lll 111, ( 1111 ,I' 1r. lltl.- .11,11 h l. ,'::' Iti t ii: 1 o."1 i .lN'c ill ., t It "I 1'' % 4 l' h, 1i 1'1 t I t ;. 1 1 h , S ,,i ' r ' t - Is i111" i ,- t rI il I : 441 .-I tttrJ '" "!- , "$ l' nt 111 Ih I I . t h1 , lltl tndde of al t 'r . ."' 11 , .61 " .1-t.l .'I )I "a 1e that IAll 1 1,v1.1 IIi''l.e wvithl pa.in rl.d I' .at ri"c "ai hi C1r.,4 ancid I t :tl til - ri , h il I 1l l- ri 'h h1i ltg anl law hiwn :it hi. n:rt,;.nv t'mi t cc l rhit Jutai i ll. I 4, i,,'l;ini' i t .i l iahl In' vili ni 1. Ileii'l h aii'. SI cIII to 1.i' ethaIt 'rcitiap in i n1:1 I U hlrh a't' w iitl W 'it or tp:lirt Iroans Wiaution ,of the whla . i There tllu I ti siall nari n t'oII aal aI ll lacrni l I 44bf of ticS or faiii t ileti or 11 he' i tha l rut tih lspirit i 1n tc ,,at , i t ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 15 April 1893

THE PROGRESS. PII LIIIEI I F :j:I.Y SATI'ItI \Y BY C. D. HICKS. En r, 1 !i the I',.lt.tnlt' &, -1r" vep; 'rt .. Orract ' . f, t rinrig ,t 'ctt, bet'. , ' . and Cro~ kett One Year.... . Si, M r,.t: . . Thr.. Mont- Thl. C. D. HICKS. - - EiTr+. ESTIMATES ON GAS FITTING Electric Light Work aranished on applicaties. COKE AND TAR - Fer Sale By - GAS COM PA NY. LOUISIANA'S NEEDS An honest election law. The abolition of her barbaric peni tentiary lease. A law forbidding the dealing in itf turee. A law against miscegt'gat ion. The election of her police jones by a vote of the people direct. A constitutional enactment limiting the period of office, to the custodian of public money, to only one term. except by interval. The Paoosnss takes upon itself the mission of using its influence to bring about these results, and requests other jourmnah who will assist to place this at their mast-heads so that we, and all others engaged in the work, will wnow who is friendly to the measures and who i...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 15 April 1893

MYRNA'S REALMS WEEKLY CHIT-CHIAT, II4 'iE "furmed nt.r a niw I."t" this weesk ill Imy IlIIlnElsI' llIr' (s t I tiots. and linal oin this bright, .n w page. a ni.e little sanelum all my own, at 315 Mtlirkel t  rl'..I.iteslid till .gmyeverkind am'l thmouglhtfull Chie.fj with the most comllfortable of "'leditorial St'e," '.Olnveiei'ntl desk. ltand ev.'rytlhlvn ggduelive to lbrghlt nliw ideal, i..hich I 6W will colt ll to m1 1l1 easily ts' all l.s appreviat"l icomforti. hLll alotlher collllfo" is tol haive.' "inol..n im" the veterau Foremr.an of North onl itas to de,'fend 'a froi the "innr • " our copy h1111 so olften sulffer- r ,d. He wartiizly informed in. ' for "3 years hoe hall al L;ý"bnI.td" Ihe work of the ofli :e. As ` 5n('titun is iproof against thl. "Jdevil" I Showpe my Irt-h will 4'ily whllre it prop .:, beloails anl nillt afford "'lle lien" " ,,*w exlwerltece after so manly years of _ _isturtbed "lbosisll." last week's i."lle our 4'lilef piroved i his lmoral 'ouilrale is 1...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 15 April 1893

WM. *NDERS. HENRY ENDERS WM. ENDERS & SON, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in FURNITURE, MATTRESSES. Window Shades, Wall Paper, Etc., Specialty of Glazed Sash, Window Glass, Doors, Blinds, And Cypress Shingles. Special Attention Given to Orders by Mail. No. 108 and 110 Texas Street, Shreveport. La A. KAHN, 123 and 125 Texas Street, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Stoves, Crockery SGlasswar e, Tinware LAMPS AND HOUSE- --FURNISHING GOODS Sole Agent for the Celebrated Charter Oak an Buck's Brilliant Stoves and Ranges. A Full Line of Heating Stoves and Cheap Cook ing Stoves. Country Orders Respectfully Solicited. HAIRDWARE COMPANY, LIMITED, -Dealers and Jobbers In HEAVY HARDWARE, And Shelf Goe ds. SPECIALTIES: Munger's Improved Elevators, Feeders, Gins and Double Box Presses, Daniel Pratt's Gins, Feeders th Coadeuaers, Cotton Press Fixtures and Wire Rope for Ser. Standard Ootton Presses. Kentucky Cane Mills and y other makes of machinery too numerous to mention. Save also a fine assortm...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 15 April 1893

KNOWLEDGE urinp comfort and improvement and eds to personal enjoyment when *Iity used. The many, who live bet erlthsn others and enjoy life more, with ]e expenditure, by more promptly lapting the world's best products to seeds of physical being, will attest vqlue to health of the pure liquid ive principles embraced in the 1medy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting - the form most acceptable and pleas ato the taste, the refreshing and truly ksetcial properties of a perfect lax ~ve; effectually cleansing the syste.p, lling colds, headaches and fevers permancatly curing constipation. iven satisfaction to millions and with the approval of the medical S"-ession, because it acts on the Kid Liver and Bowels without weak them and it is perfectly free from eay objectionable substance. Syrup of Fi's is for sale by all drug ipin 0c and'S1 bottles, but it is man isetared by the California Fig Syrup p.enly, whose name is printed on every ekage, also the name, Syrup of Figs, ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 15 April 1893

FRIGHTr UL HOMICIDE. Shreveport Once More Is the Lcenc of a Horrible Murder. And as is Becoming Only Too Frequent. The BrIght Sunlight is Al lowed to Shine on the Scene and Act. U'here Li te.. i.h, e-.pj u.i ilit fnr The.. It is a melancholy fact to be re lated, a sad adimisiion to make, that once more has a deliberate murder been committed on a pnublic and fre quented thoroughfare of Shreveport and in broad daylight. It seems to as that it is time for the thinking people. those on whose shoulders rest the responsibility of good moral government and the en fo.rcement of the laws of our State, to begin to use measures to discover the cause for this sudden period of crime in our city. In our opinion it is a display of mental weakness, or an acknowledg ment of a dethroned judgment for our people to attribute these crimes, which have recently so convulsed our emmnuity, entirely to the disposition and passion inflamed condition of the parties engaged in th, difficulty i wherein, one in a...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 22 April 1893

THE PROGRESs. .O,. I .--N(- . 1l. SIIII VEI'I()I' I\'I', I.q SA'I'I' ll1).1 A.11'l(ll 22, I"9~. I'I( " 1 ('EN'I'. +"L+'. I I I II II II IIII•lf IIIIH  IH ml I l~llt'' ' E MERCANTILE SWORD. FALLS The First Hard Cut of the Season is Made ORIGINAL MAKER OF PRICES, HERMAN Z ODIAG I THE INVINCIBLE. IiN L U JA. IFP YOU CAN AFFORD TO MISS IT. lls Fine China Matting. New Fancy )Desigl, 40 Ya:mrs il ;i11 11 120 Pairs Gents' ritet Lea,,ther, I. H:n.sl.,ewel OXFORD PUMPS, ReI _ll-r S -o 11, Re,,ular $12.() (IKHIos: will ,_o at $..;.15, a:nd :a fine Svynmerr ial H I'' tree ith ·:eh vllte: will L4o at $1 .30 il this Sale. ___ ll.l' 165 D ozen Gents' Unlaundered Shirts, - l' I, liae,. Ji,.wsn,,,, ILan1111 ;Iii SN(.kl: lI Pair Ladies' and Children's Oxford Ties, I ill, , ii t I'et t 1Itr'le1 oft best N4'w rk I;lill (',tn: i RcI ',cti, r I l..,h i . 2'., { ill ', i thlis ;slee at .. eather il e l1 . l; il i ti 75 Ill h 136 Dozen Ladies' Hemstitched Irish Lawn Handkerchiefs, l l;ei, I , lr . i...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 22 April 1893

EVILS OF CITY LIFE. OR. DIXON oOINTS OUT THE GREAT DAN3ER OF TODAY. The tlllies Ar- Abtaorbila the Manhood of the ('ountry aai oying a Most of it. A Time For ita~htarous lndignation and a Flaming Sl ,,r'i. New YOl:K. April 16.-Rev-. Thonas Dixon today <di vteredl an inmspsioned aermnnon theo LZr,)s materialism and dIe structive to'nI neies of city life. His text wats John ii, 15. "Anal he made a -norge of cordsl and c'ast all out of thai temple. .linth l t* shee4p and the oxen, and I''"" I'p:l'at: :i , i'''a lat*can era onuney aaill overthrow their tables." This is a mie ret remarkable scene in lthi history of the tuinistryof ('hrist. It is a scene in which we tewlhold the indigna tion of .Jesus t)So vigorours is this tx pr'esion that th.e result is physi('al vio lence. To tsom, minds of today sucl a ceno in the hf.: of .esuls is an ilnlpotsi lility. They refiuse to believe in such a C'hrist, and tlhUe are. the people who in sint that tfhy htve, the last word front Christ to ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 22 April 1893

"German Syrup" Two bottles of Ge man Syrup cared me of IIcmorrhage of the Lungs when other remedies failed. j a a married man and, thirty-six erS of age, and live with my wife pd two little girls at liurham. Mo. I have stated th is brief and plain so that all may undler.ta:tdl. My case was a bad one, and I shall be glad tO tell anyone al,,iut it who will write me. PHIL.I L. SCHENCK, P. O. Box45. April 25. Ix(So. No man could ask a more honorable, busi aess-like statement. AT A PLEASANT ANOM COMPLEXIN IS lITTER. A wormsr it at rftlt om the ,nma.h,Itvpr kidays and I. a peiaant laxative. Thil M tOIm. It called I LANE'S MEDICINE Am t ma"l it at oft. and h a packa. It1 aL It. aged yor add..t for a .t b  Mi. pa 1 17 Medicine maves p ORA~t it WORWARD It..W.. To Stepping Stones consumption are ailments we deem trivial-a cold and h. Consumption thus ac ts rightly termed " Con ption from neglect." Scett's Emulsion  tly stops a cold but it is re y successful where the has become deep seat...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 22 April 1893

THE PROGRESS. PI'lli.,i ll:r I I.ltY SATI , IlIAY IBY C. D. HICKS. Entl ter s.lt' i I, Ith " 1 l ,,t he'l, -It s.lax, l' ttrlott , ý ou.. l'1t-t 4,. Mall Ma' t, r O Vrri . .LI brSIing .ilrI. , h b. t I o, "iI l,v and Cra *tttt One YJe r. .. r.. . 'iit. I,"llar 1t Mu t1h . t - : . t . t. Thr e M.l h..l I l ; . , ",nt C. D. HICKS. - - - EDIT ;. LOUISIANA S NEEDS. An honesot electioii law. The aiolliti',il f i,'r Inrl'.uli ii ";'I tentiary lieae. A law frhidltlii g the dlealiig il f:i turea A law lgaiiMlt nii-lCig'nifll i i . Thte sel'tion of hetr police jrille. Ir a vote of li', lpeople diri lt. A coil ui,.I o ti iulll eni t iet llltl linillrl i; the pelwri l of 'Ialiei'. to l i lt . ti. lita- i of pilicl ' iutney. to , ily nt, I un. except I, intm ivail. The I'::l ,.lli ",S taith e u!,,lii itcetll' i I niislioni of usinc g its ititul, e' I ril g i about tl: rllres ltr . ittilttrflU l.r t ,.1 1 r journals wihot will assist tlo alllce tIli' i at their atas-t heals s. thalit we'. ...

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