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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 May 1893

PNA'S EALM,, WEEKLY CHIT-CHAT. BAVE recently tak.n the cheap- i, at. quickest and Inost comfort- h aSe trip to the World's Fair. c that I have yet seen retrded. I si per route of the World's Fair b d the Youth's Companion. I bdgiven me a ,,round plan of this a e_0oition, and with it a pro- g 4d how to Spend a week at the I -' the best advantage. I wa- a by a guide who is thoroughly r sed with every foot of ground d Jackson Park. The first day IT irviewing the grounds on the a g i from different altitudes, tak *poramic view of the external of this nmaniticetnt forest of t -- d spires. second day it the manufactories , "with its forty-four rt.s. of Iden and adorned with the most sl'ecilmens of humlan handi all over th." world.' I day in examlination o, the. and wonderful inv ut ions dii in maclitry hall. the mine.. ty and transl5)rtation buil 'Bere are iearly t" 'i rei.s of dynamo-. ltott 'ris, t, I ra,,m phl . heaters. f'ort i . tl, phl:,on-. and lilhts and oth ,r -ulbt Il , -t wh...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 May 1893

0ulte toon ommon. I'he duclheens now oftea li --A se.s no ),..- tr than her lady's maid. A lady if this rank. who apparuntly did nit :'..- up to her titlle, went into a Ii,,lion shop and ordered a doi/,n p ,ck.'t handkerachiefs, and a,.ked to hlave them emnbroildered with a andll a tuchess' coronet. ''h, rlnna'anl." said the friendly sholnwoman. .'if I was you. I wouldn't have a duchtie'l.n,. --Argonaut Why Hi Cnf:uned 'igeree. S"I don't know what has come over war son Mince he wont to work in a shoestor'o." said Mrs. Blagtgins. "lieu was looking at a calendar. al:.l Ie poka of the figure 'i' as .l' and • I' ." '2.' Hils mind irn.lt 1! going." "*Oh." reiplied her husbandl. -that's all right. ''They have put him to work selling shoes to lady custom era."-Washington Star. THE NORTH LOUISIANA CLOTHING HOUSE. JORDAN & BOOTH Are the Leaders In Ready-Made Clothing, FOR MEN AND BOYS. Make a Slecialty Or GENTS' UNDERWEAR. Handle the Finest Makes Of Shirts, Hats and Shoes In the Market....

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 May 1893

WM. ENDERS & SON, Wh lesale aud Retail Dealers in 'FURNITURE, MATTRESSES. 4 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 -et, Shreveport. Ia A. KAHN, 123 and 125 Texas Street, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Stoves, Crockery Glassware, Tinware SLAMPS AND HOUSE- --FURNISHING GOODS Sole Agent for the Celebrated Charter Oak an Iaek's Brilliant Stoves and Ranges. A Full Line of ~eating Stoves and Cheap CookL lag Stoves. Country Orders Respectfully Solicited. IAI BWARE COMPANY, LIMITED, -Dealers and Jobbers In HEAVY HARDWARE, And Shelf G ot ds. SPECIALTIES: Munger's Improved Elevators, Feeders, and Double Box Presses, Daniel Pratt's Gins, Feeders Condensers, Cotton Press Fixtures and Wire Rope for standard Cotton Presses. Kentucky Cane Mills and y other makes of machinery too numerous to mention.  re also a hne assortment of Agricultural Implements, all wh...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 May 1893

THE PROGRESS. SNREVEPORT LA. NAY. 27. 1893. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. Passenger trainll ri. ah - re. . p. :rt ani,! d part am follo\w: Tº\A. AN[ , II *1 No. SI West l, -ni H ....." 1 m n i No .2 E5 t-l :,ndt:lt. hV, - . . 1w pI m No. 5:: W1,t ie v1 pn No. .4 Ea.t lin :,d eIiv. .. . . a lII VICKSthtd ..l IRI;VI .l'P.lT AND 1'A II"C. FA"T 1I:, .N Q and ". leave .hr.v pr. t . .... no a lii Q. and ', law" Vj',-i.ur. . ... .... . i p in Q. and C. leave Atlanta ......... 2.0)0 II in WFST r"i'ND. Q. and ('. 1 av,. Atlanta ........ . In l' a In 4. and I. rrive.- t "A:nllutn........ .: , p in (1. and I' leave. \'ik.b.nrg r ....... ': p in Q and C. aIrve at -hre"ep.lrt .. ....:.-10 1p I, .C.1 T- 'N I:FI T-N'i.:TII l:ho'N!'. Leaves Rhreveplrt ..................... p min Arrive at Lewi.ville ............... . . i p 1 n Leaves Lwlville ... ............... It p n Arrives Mehlphi . ................. 11n 1 .eaves I.ewi ille . .................. ..... pm Arrives Texarkana ..................

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

L. .1THE PROGRESS. EIVE.. "- S PO- IA., SATURI)AY. ,lUEN 3, 3. RICE, CENTS. .gI 1 11111111 11jUt flht"11nflUN1 i IDR.C. RATZBURC, 4 ' 4 DENTIST,. So. 318 Tes Stteet. Ov.w 5 I ~.........lcuilll11111111tLIIIYIII((C 11 ' an lMllWlll Tl T'll h'1 1 - C. C. Hardman & Co.,! Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 1 CYPRESS SASH, DOORS,' B lind'. Mantles, Mouldings, Brackbtsa and all Interior House Finishing Goods. '08 and 610 Spring St., City Hotel Block, SHREVEPORT, - - - LOUISIANA. ISEASON OF 1893. Ha rry Denmark, ? ;,,.tlheby Saddle . ors. Breeders' AOcoiatiOfl) is by Enhdor, ie by King ) Cak, he b HStar Denmark, he by Jones )eii,nai k he bIy Ol IIBak Denmark. mugrb.ed:  ....o...a an Em ,v I Walkerd l Vgefar,. he ,by Alexandler's Ix tblrd dlam by Vaumtter'' Waxy, sire of Grafloll, reco,rd 2:E,. . ARY DENMARK'S first damn by John Dillard. be by ludiarn Chief; second Aby Old Joe Brown, he by l,muv ('roiktket: thlir, dam by Waxy. ?- habads-ome (lark " bPhtestt -y tllili.: vyen .l.l. . w...

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

PETI TY A HI 14 H t1 .4 tl at REV. THOMA' DI(CN, J.T., O' SO CALL- 8' E' -;IGH SOCIETY. T'. In It. I'rretrn.t. In a II l .UE g,. Itn It. ('nI+- (C tocee tie Inc':ratr, il eo f o nfel :mlr:r!s. In It. r. 5tandatrd of Itfe h satnoralt :lief ('orrnpt- I. Insg-SIhoumlmine at the Top. N\,:w :,Y ':i. :lar "2.- it v. Thln.as Dixon..Ir.. lelivere' 1 th:s in or in: in the tl sixth 4sernr'ti ill the ..rice' on, ''T The Iate; : a of Hell l:a Molern lio'.ev!ue. 'lThe stule I ject fr teodaey's nirmnoon w;s Se 'I alhd L HigRh Sf'ciety." The text.s ci.ho.en \:err' tI, fromn Isaiah iii. 14-2:.. •. . t It It ye ttce Iat l ei t n ter lit le . .n, yard. "',' , "a i el e l . I'- .*. I , t! .':r ,-ellt•oe s. I H'llat r i , )'r ill:t "l" i ': " . e .. .e , ,• ' ab' l .:r n lld It' lf::'' of the "erer'- it' , : eI- Lora.e Lth e ef o 11-l-1 teor ofl Z:."e are hiaughty. anel talk with tf stULtl'hel i gfor!I necL.k and e aneton eyes, Nark- t in and nic lll i 'l g jal theyl go lat merik II a h: e tlil.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. — 3 June 1893

j Car Caroatlpaton sad Dyrapeptm. 1D. g D' Ips testoratver Nerve Plln sent ttre t y;edeaal Book to prove merit, for 2 atamp . DR. RSNi P, Iox W.,RCne WIi The devil iv not much alarmed ateout the preahilg in any church where he can run the malbl'. Ilnw'se our Head? I're"ton' lied Ake enrtw any hwIalnhe It ie qra,,t'ed to tlo that. It won't ,.ure anything iele. Maintain your Integrity as a snt.red thing. Every duty whlih it omnit olaucurlr bomlle truth that we sholuhl have known. "German Syrup" JUDGE J. RI. IILL, of the Superior Court, Walker county, Georgia, thinks enough of German Syrup to send us voluntarily a strong letter endorsing it. When men of rank and education thus use and recom mend an article, what they say is worth the attention of the public. It is above suspicion. " I have used your German Syrup," he says, "for my Coughs and Colds on the Throat sad Lungs. I can recommend it for them as a first-class medicine." Take no substitute. o DBUCKSKIN SREECHES MST MADE, BEST...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 June 1893

THE PROGRESS. PLUiIIM.IIl:I) IVI:I-IY ''1 I' i1.\vY IY C. D. HICKS. - ,,ti 1-1 1'.'. M aI l . l ,'r O l F" ,L. spling Slt tt, b letwt'ee M|i,,ltla asti .'t. ket SI' .t11"1 ION One Ye r. . .. t.. .. .. . o Ie llanr ily 1 0110 t1 1, ...... .... xt I I . .l Three- ti - .. \I. :11 1'6, C. D. HICKS. - - - EDIToR. IHIEVEPORT LA. JUNE, 3. 1898. REFORM'S VOICE AT ALEXANDRIA. Resolutions adopted at the meeting: Whereti, the present elective sys tem of Lo.ni.iani a has Ibeen manuipu lated in a marnner t deprive the peo ple of their italmenable rights, mruk- I ing it a m'ahine in the ha nds of d~-l! signing p.l iiiiemes. to d.lbanch the ballot-box. r,'ndler nngatry the will of the peouler and prelrI tnate in !pn t" or those %%hl,. i, many i:lstance , are not the0 eoie o f the Ii , ol,'. \hrnrti-, iil t1u inter.r-t of 1, I. whoh,ule nu * atd h n I e -t ;ý,,\+'r: tal,,:t it is net'essinry that tlh.i Stitu" I"f 1, li, iona shl itl hayv' -'h b -h.prtIn.,f I law as will gr:::ta't hh, . I, th, po...

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

MYRNA'S REALM.1 o tl i WEEKLY:. CHIT-CHAT, It t i W\1 l1;1] i=ra'ihlm ! to k'-tw that ftr Mr,. \1. 4..In . ha- con-.nt:d E1 t t it th . , .l i ndid itertain- :i\ me.nt _i'v1."1 at lth, clo-in,_ R ,r- ir, of the Me '10bary -,'hI,," . /,: w\hic1h tlw ihe is the acl'uln i-}"" ,Iri'l cital. and md l "- I .m , ttill f •luth ,"r;.ratiti , to know that .ol, the rcetti ion 1will I, iven at the I Opera-ho',.,'. and fIr thhe )i-ntfit of the fiin ,blic schl.l, ! f(mi. N u 1ir11. ha. }i,--n = et. and it mlt? )' • dh t e'r', untlllfl "nea six the close of . lllllTtr. l'l It WlilDhenever' it :1 occurs .-p-ak for .lr'. .lone, ald a t her brilliant 1 .and eul ,r."d eo,', of l. esrchers a full hI,is" and th, h,.a:ty a,- 4 proval all1nd il, O lalgiiiltlt (if tii'ry fqi friend olf ,tIIF. 1ti nll ii ou"iiI c'olllu ll it}-. The prOZraulanme~ wtlhie'h w:al I'ariefull a" a] prepared -an prtf.fetly re ol --l.'', wt', sn! well woith It dollar to -.e, iial i ,ia i who for la to1 o ' 1 ,m1l1 V. . e" 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. — 3 June 1893

THE PASSING PROCESSION. Mrs Mary MIoore, fell down three flights of stairs at her hoIie in New Ilaven, c'nn.. the other eveni:,.i ýitll her baby in one hand and a lig;ht :d lamp in the other. with,.ut b'reakinur either of them. An inehriated yoiun, n;:n rite reld a P'hiiadelphia i .',: ':.i ,hlp tlie other ilday and .n:. r e.-ted to be mneasured for a i lie of ",.u- er frtom one of the fany wwadl piirai- dp!avyed in the wini!ow. Dluri:inthe l'at ent'urv tihe shp we a cati-i' ýu L'h deýat at'lt.l in the dyke.s guarding a -reat Tart of II, land ag aint the en. 'r :nieat iof all overwhelmiinrg io'esn that the I ut.!i trembled for their saft.\'. Thu, a wlrm filled a nati on" ith t :r' Mine. (:arpan. I'ranlv.ioan Uho died rerently lac.kin. lier.d l},of 1:-,in,_ lull year olid, w.ia a nttu- at th1u ha't If aterl.iooi. Iler father kep, a millI a' I:rv. and it w.as there tle dIauiht :i:tenditd to the wounledid and nilv:n I ren-h '-oiiier, as t! cv Wei' hur'. from the :i.hli of Iattle ...

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

tIe, ii tii. M ecca of the Fair Sex at the t"il Exposition. fI.E WORK.O T OF tRT 1I1M1. IAYEI. b_ ICI gln"a ot:eni," n lau i:n.r I)y Appe'r" o In ge no I.inl asitii l What o. Willc Stee by a wcalk '1 Iroiti h tihe iandlo ime . uikldic- One Ifl'0h.it iof Spo'al Pride `ill i Won. th , frf tirt f i,.,""i,. i e n ;unillini a which het nisiant vivi;.,r. nlpp',:;,h nn ,.Itinl the ion ats is tle \l. ,uiui,'., h,,ilhlir, :, faur it ar stands -ea': the 1)t ran, e r' in^t" , nl rnoltly Pl: i llby :,, r e. w h 0 'mnes flroot ('hi 'ago hy 1 . . Mail. But l ol i, it wiere nI t sd o rcclvtn- t11 lotlyl oali i t w t11rhl I,r 111the liri t I it l. til. eq ntcur' n d Y rl..lr llulljj, lity olf the :I women -i i etr . al yll in t .iii e go ii l this l{, world the)Y wouhl take with them , large gi ' Ceinueo 1' I.lstItalgi, IoIther anldeiirseorts. elis sthe ni partn Iut f dtept trtin..ts to Iei women. In:: i; their first day at the fairi s' - anydouot get.l wyomdl it. The Wo\mlln' ,lb Itl olildin...

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

THE PROGRESS. HIREVEPORT LA. JUNE, 3. 1893. AIRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. 'uasenger trains reach -ihrev. ;.rit ..ll Id - past as llow. TXAA AND I At I '. No. S1 West- Bod leav........':2 a In o. 0a It-onnd leavel ..........11 p in N o . 5M W e s t -B u ln d I a sv , . . . . . 1' p n No. 4 East-II ouAnII lavie .. ....... . , ,a nll VICKIaURiti ,*IIREVEP.IkT AND A I 1A' YI'. EAST RiU lD. Q and C. leave' Shrevept.rt ... I. aIn Q. and '. laves Vi.klrg .......... p n111 Q. and C:. leaves Atlanta ............ . ut p II WiaT 5OU8ND. Q. and C. leavea Atlanta............. 1--1) a Q. and . arriver at "Alianta ....... .: p in 0. and C. leaves Vicksburg .... 2:00 p in Q and C. arrives at.Shretveort . .... b.t0 p m COTfT* iI.tT-NORTH W)UsND. Leaves hreverplrt .................. I) It m Arrive at Lewisville ...... .... .. p i u Leaves Lewisville.. ...... .... .. .. p i 1 Arrives Memphi' ... ........... ,- r a ni Leaves Lewisville .................... ' n i m Arrives Tearkana ......... ......

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 June 1893

Lr TIE LPROGRESS. SHE--lII1FV'EPORT, ,LA., SATURDAY. JUII'NE 10, 189,:. DR. C. RATZ3URC, i DENTIST. ! Texas Utw st v. ,NNNmbeImmew I -. - -- i | - - . C. Hardman & Co., SVholeeale and Retail Dealers in CYPRESS SASH, DOORS, Blinds, Mantles, Mouldings. Brackets, and all Interior House Finiebshing Goods, and &10 Spring St., City Hotel Block, SHREVEPORT, - - - LOUISIANA. EASON OF 1893. S Herry Denmark, jS., latlonal fsddle Horse Breedern Association) is by Ender, he by King be by Star Denmark. he by Jones Derumark. he by Old Black Denmark. us-mile race hoe., and h b.y Im.ported Hedetord. ndor's dam uby Boliver bred, second dam by Emb'rv Walker's Wagner. he by Alexander'rs Lx thi. d dam by Vanmstc'r s 'A axy. sire of Graflton, record 2:15. y DENMARK' lin rt ldam y John D)illard, be by Indian ('hief; second .JoeBrown. be by Davy 'rockett; thir dam by Waxy. heiadsom dark cbesttut uAlliion. years old. will make the season at No. drset. ShrirspOrt. LA., and at 3AW MM6 153 leAaf r B...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 June 1893

' II111' K. Ed. anid 'Prop. 5IIl EV )EI'P. lr I.A. Txr Californian who visited the world's fair while in his vest was a pocketbook with $1. 1it) worth of bulge will get little sympathy over his misfortune in being robbed. Ills judgment should have made clear to him the folly of gig Ing the thieves such a chance. TI'.rI story ha Ibeen late in coming. bilt It is out at last A beautiful. rich, winsome and idllotio girl who vilttedl (Carlyle Harris.n, the wife murtlerer, in jail fell in lovue withI him, and now she mIollrllns It is really a pitiablh cas1o. A yonlgl woman devoid of bratins is alwa3  r. object of sympathy. A uo eof the eiar of (itissia haq fallen in eDo with a girl who has nolthlng to comlmen,l her hut.t IaIt ity of Ilerson and chlritell ri. Iher looh. far from Ihavig irl r taint.I., is not even hine litit for oneo thel eanr is helplnos. l aIlo t 'he prosp' ' f hlf aving a IIe( i girl for 5a daulghtelr-in-law ap pals him mnore than a nihillist Iulnlb. Tiis country see...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 June 1893

WM. ENDERS & SON, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in IURNITURE, MATTRESSES, Window Shades, Wall.Paper, Etc., specialty of Glazed Sash, Window Glass, Doors, Blinds, And Cypress Shingles. pecial Attention iven to Orders by Mail. No. 108 and 110 Texas e, Shreveport, La A. KAHN, 123 and 125 Texas Street, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Stoves, Crockery Glassware, Tinware LAMPS AND HOUSE- --FURNISHING GOODS Iole Agent for the Celebrated Charter Oak an _lk's Brilliant Stoves and Ranges. A Full Line of Heating Stoves and Cheap Cook ig Stoves. Country Orders Respectfully Solicited. SOZTT"E E. IABD WARE COMPANY, LIMITED, -Dealers and Jobbers In EAVY HARDWARE, And Shelf Goods. IALTIES: Munger's Improved Elevators, Feeders, and Double Boex Presses, Daniel Pratt's Gins, Feeders Cadensers, Cotton Press Fixtures and Wire Rope for Etandaru Cotton Presses. Kentucky Cane Mills and other makes of machinery too numerous to mention. also a fine assortment of Agricultural Implements, all will be sold ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 June 1893

THE PROGRESS. PUBLISHED) EV ERY SATURDAY BY C. D. HICeK. Entered in tihe Postonae at Shrcveport ai. Second-Class Mail Matter. OrriC.: 612 Spring Street, between Milam . ad Crockett. One Year .................... One Dollar Six Months .................... Sixty-i : 'e : . Thee Monuths .................Th:rt% -ve Cents C. D. HICKS. - - - EDITOR. SenVarePOIrT I.. JUNE, 10. 1895. REFORM'S VOICE AT ALEXANDRIA. I Resolutions adopted at the meeting: i WnLeresa, the present elective sys tem of Louisiana has been manipu- i lated in a manner t) deprive the peo- t ple of their inalienable rights, mak ing it a machine in the hands of de signing politicians to debauch the L ballot-box, render nugatory the will e of the people and perpetuate in pow oer those who, in many inctance.s, are not the choice of the people. Wherea.-, in the interest of gol, t. -wholeomou and honest goverrw, rAt it is necessary that the .at;i, t.f L n, h. ions shoulld have lneii nea elt'cti. : law as will guarantee to th...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 June 1893

MYRNA'S REALM.' WEEKLY CHIT-C IAT f j lul 4 ,11 in t a n:1 'i, of hrl ,,In i't I T.''! v,'ry th r , .hly id il d i with her p.,le" , tanl u- the. hirlhlac 'e of my ebild're . , ,ery dIlY in . r,,-ted in all that irtain., to the i lrowt1i acd , ,lwelflar e of her y-ulitf I"ole l'". .\ the in'r a-ii' ll igU be lIf craulil tllate I.'t0 '"I to Its with distllcc1t iil,.I hI wi Er., ft rfl -'h,lcl ' aibrmal. I h tv, 1- .-1 led tI thinkof how I gany britght lmilds Sihr.' port hcas snt out into thic intell.-l tc; i liill., a ,l will edeSor to rjetty. i,.nti'ln a ir.w with whom I hac, had aulcaclltilntlclli' Sil" : my resideiee ini hri'eve,'lt. If I luit a.ny dl,,.ervir;.Z of mc.ntion it will bhe die" ti in lack of dl-.i - te dio jutict,'. N1y a,, aninitancie : ith .h'tvi .- . port', hicnc tahl-it hlc j it. with thIe isplendid !11-i'.de l t:ale1, t cf NIr--. i/ . lti , ." andy \n1i Mi .. In. I'ii'- i w .ºr. 'Ju lin. er.'. I ) 'chl . tic :i :n .1c 11" loved a a lc ,ind liiai ,. i, - :.- 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. — 10 June 1893

IN MODERN BABYLON. THE CUL 'E OF POVERTY IN A CITY OF TODAY. The .e, trth of Re,. Thom:l, Il)*,,. Jr.'.. 'Powr .l':I l.,rmns nus the (uile. of I. II of tlie I'r0"r.,t Time-- Men t and %'omen. 115d to1 thope. NEw \'eK. June 4.--Rov. Thonma. Dixon. Jr.. pIreached today the seventh of the series of sermons on I he "Gates of Hell in Modern Babylon." The nmdje.ct of today's sermon was "The ('unrse . Poverty In the Modern ('itv." The, text chosen was from Proverbs xxx. M.tl '(irive me neither Tpovrty nor ric'hes. feed nt with the fostl tlhat is n.eIdful fer tme. lest I ,b full. and deny t hos'. and say. Who is the Lord? or lest I le poor. and steal. and use profanely the name of my God." There is a poverty that is reslpectable. There is a poverty that is the mother of greatness. It is not of this plverty that I speak today. The cradhes of tlhe Ioote have been those that have rot'ke.d the greatest men of the earth. liut by thi.u we im.AE a ;(1decent I»vlerty in which t here has been coa...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 June 1893

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Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 June 1893

THE PROGRESS. ZII NOItT LA. JIE, 10. 1898. RRIUVAL AND DIPARTURI OF TRAINS. Passenger trains reach Shreveport and de- 1 art as follows: 1 TrAi AND PACIFIC. lNo. West Bound leaves ........... 9:20 a m 5o. 0a East-Bound leaves ............ 6:00 p m 11o. 5 West-Bound leaven s.......... l,.:15 p m o. 4 East-B.ound leaves ....... . 0:05 am VIcErsuao.,sIavrtPOaT AND PArCIFIC. lAsT BOUND. Q and C. leaves Shreveport ........... a:00 m sud C, leaves Vicksburg ....... 6:20pm and C. leaves Atlanta .......... ...00 pm WET IOUMD. I Q. and C. leaves Atlanta............ 105 a m and C. arrives st Atlanta ........ I.5 pm and C. leaves Vieksburg ......... 2:00 pm Q and C. arrives at.Shreveport . ..... 8:0 p m COTTON BELT--ORTH BOUND. Leaves Sbreveport................... 500 p m Arrive at Lew sville ................ 7:45pm Leaves Lewlvile ................... l5p m Arrives Memphis. ................... 06 am Leaves Lewlsville.................... spm In Arrives Texarkan...................... 120 m SOUT...

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