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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 June 1893

THE PROGRESS' - - )I,. 2.-N(). 20ý. SI iiE'I ,;l( )li' ,I., S,\''lH Il),\Y,,1Ii 'NE 17, I83. P ll( l1,;,. ( 'I;N'I'. I .. . il e i i I ] I i i l i ini lo l l l l l tl l f l i l l t tl" . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DR. C. RATZBURC, DENTIST. o. Si38 Toxes. Street, Over .d.anheianer s. sIslllllllllll lllllltlll lllllulf l ll C. Hardman & Co., W\\'h, le~1l and IlHetail Dealers in CYPRESS SASH, DOORS, S hliºd.. [Mantle'. .Mo(nlling-, Bracket~, and all Iuterior hlons' Finishing (;Goods, end 610 Spring St., City Hotel Block, SHREVEPORT, - - - LOUISIANA. ,SEASON OF 1893.ý Ha rry Denmark, 4i 1 * ational rinddle Ilor' Ilre* ' Aci sl I ,.s .it i i t I , i'I, I y Ki lg " il bellL . . . . . Ih....nrk Jt. he ,111 Joi" 1 h ()Idl lolh k Ibllliln uk. 9m alk.h i - e by a h Irs , ...v ...o"4d IedI,.: %-d Impoor Ii ef fl Indo 1 y lth ive1 bir-edt le"rae , . usa li E , ,,rv & Walkel' , W' ner he liV Alexilderl .4 IAx ; -third d't iy V'altnt t,4r',s V ixy. Mire ,f tiruifil , re('irl '2:1... by...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 June 1893

IN MODERN BABYLON. SUPREMACY OF THE SLUMS IN NEW YORK POLITICS. Rev. Thomas Dixoe. Jr., Speaks of OMelal Corruption from the Test. "IErept the Leord Keep the City, the Watchman Walketh bet In Valn." NEw YORKx. June 11.-Rev. Thomas Dixon. Jr., delivered today the eighth sermon in the series on "The Gates of Hell In Modern Babylon." The subject was one which he may be said to have made special studies of. extending over several years, "Ofcial L'orruption; or, The Supremacy of the Slums." The text was chosen frtin Psalms cxxvii, 1, "Ex cept the Lord keep the city, the watch man walleth but in vain." We have seen 'uns far in our studies of the city that the evil elements of our civilization naturally gravitate toward the civic center. We have seenthat the city is, in fact, the cesspool of the rural district surrounding, and it is a fact that the lower and viler the elements that congregate in this center the more buoy ant they seem to be. There is something i about the pressure of life ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 June 1893

toratie Ro erove Vlfo t ree m DR40DL r, Bo: W.,LRaclne Wia Take bold of a boy, and you'll get e. C *jag sticky on your hands. Reduce Your Head. Pi When unwise Indulgence results In en ard head in the morning, remember pitons Hed-Ake will reduce it to normal proportionF. It cures any headache. It is rwrenteed. A woman always bas the best of it when a lap supper is passed around. The World's Fair Favorite Hotel. eel The fireproof BANCROFT HOTEL. Calu- ma set Ay. and 29th tLt.. Chicogo, 44 large lin rooms, is tbe place for you to stop. Rates mF gee dollar Meals 50 cents. Near World's m, hit grounds. Write for circulh-ru to re- n serve rooms. ro A boy doesn't know what a thing Is for art if be isn't allowed to break it. to ful Earl*s Cle. er*t. f TM J,5Jod la.1fler. ies frreshness and clearn~es M ýo .on sad cures 4:onstlatiuon. 25c. hic. wi When a book agent sells you a book you ' h do not want, is that hympotism lig "German Syrup" y niece, ~nmeline Hawley, was, taken with spitting bl...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 June 1893

onu THE PROGRESS. gi S- vili PUBLISHEID EVEtY S.\TIt RI).lY BY ow C. D. HICKS. the E n t- e r -, ill the 1 o"1 ~ - ," ;:' . t iter: .," il ia O)r'l . .- rtig .tri (% b, ._. ,.t" to ."n . L ::t and cra k*. t thi cla One Year. ...... t, a'r pol i\ r M, ,onth . ....... - ' , '.t , Three M nllth ... .. .... i,.rl)-:\, c t rr t -- - -wil C. D. HICKS. - - - ED;TOR. - of SHREVEPORT LA. JUNE. 17. 1898. o No an: REFORM'S VOICE AT ALEXANDRIA. em lResolutions adopted at the meeting: at Whereas. the present elective sys temrn of Louisiana hs. teen manipu- T lated in a manner t ) deprive the pe,- 1 pile of their it.alletalile rights. inak- (,( tmg it a machine in the hands of de signing pliticiaits to debanch the S~ ballot 6,)x. rendler nugatory the will Sen of the pIw,pl'e anti perpeti~it r in !,,w- er th,,+ who.1 in inanty inl.ta! oe-. tre ga not the choice of the ,people. %1horea , inl the inttr-,-t .f -. 1. - -holeso-m' tril h f... -.'Ov- ri:t-rtt it I i. It+'e( ·. ... .: ;tl1 th 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. — 17 June 1893

MYRNA'S REALMA , ' ' 1 ilT-. ! lT. :.'I lZ It l I : .' 1 \4'' '; I l,, " i . 1,i,, t\`'' $14 'I ' 1 41 :141 ' . ,1 I4l': 11t\ 4 ' 111 111''"I h \ l'ý , It, I'.'l11 "" t,. t 1ih , ' "l hll l 111 h 1, 4r-. 11 1 ,," ' (,ll|I ofI a ld i\.i n ind f' lll'n hy ti m ll.. altr l ,I' ..tl ! Il T ipat" 11. 1" 11 - in - 1I1". vl ' il4 t ll ,.l '. I> I1.'n ' I 1 1171,i ii' 4 i.i ll '' , ll (y 11, doin 1 1 ,1 .i ,111"d I d . id,' fi 'l 1. I 11 ' I te I 11 "4 .1 I :1 "! : 1 ll 'in.. i 1i1i 1 ' ' " . M 4i4h,' , i l l l ll t,.l . .1:;,1 i ' 1 ,1' a lII. t i l ', ' O 1Iii'84444411 ird 344 4411'' 113 l (j~ll II i 14 f 1111' $441a11111' I- 11'1 '.' '4 'jr I'j 11r1 111' tion hll'' 1' t -li. '1-till ih . ( lll li-41 to in - poIt "II \ . 4 , .i. 111: th ll fil"-" 4 I li-1:iL11''11 tha iO hl 1hli , , 41 . 1 1 1,, in ' -,,n w is i ..i 1 , ,f 1 h ,' I ext,'lnt a(L thrlhll.ollhnlls's4 o, f lhi, worlk III doni nil 4Ill '.1411, t1( h .1 l 1."11 211i. 111 fro r th " f til th i r I th i- \ 1,il 11 1 . L I'_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. — 17 June 1893

Teachimg Calves to Debrk. An Ohio farmer tells an exchange hil method of teaching calves to drink that it so good and has so much sense io it that we transfer his thought to our tol umns. This man lets his caklves suck the cow twice a day until they are two weeks ol.it.1e' tea':ihe- them to drink by puttling his linger in thell milk, which miust i w'arm frnom thie (cow, and then in the I.Af*, mouth. gradualrly working its n..me, down into the ipil. when it will ge.nerally suck, drawing the mlilk Int eenl tlhie Int's finger.. When this is ac.lcomelllished the man carefully withdraws his finge'rs while the calf still centinulel to drink. A few lessona given ill this manrne.r teaches the calf to iput ilts heiad In the, pn:cil a nd drink without the pr''esence ."f the lin gers. The advantage of thIle's w;ay is that the calf is of good size, and Ietter adapted for teaching than i hen bul t al few hourlll-s ld, atld .~i rou.elell.ntlyl will feed with le' treelll+el. THE NORTH LOUISIANA...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 June 1893

F. MARI' E L, NO 612 LE;&r' The Old Reliable FOR IRON ROOFING. A big stock of V. ('rimp, ('or rugated and t:tnuding . n am Rt)fln!S rmelantly or, pd at lowest mrtrket prices. Ti and Sheet Iron. Shop I)rparsnl for doing all nof tbhi work. iatisfaction glarants.d. A Plumbing liepartment int coinus. O with the above, and is prepared to do work promptlly. A larxse i.to4k ft l'.. k  rl Heastlg sltven just reelvsl. iloun.se-furnlishing tsial.s, ('rewke.ry. Eto. r Teo.phemoe 176. IHREVEPORT. LA. The First National Bank OF SHREVEPORT, LA. PAID UP CAPITAL AND PROFITS, $ ,U00.00. f JACOBS, President. W E. HAMILTON. Vice-Presidet W. B. JACOBS, Cashier. W. 8. PENICK, Ja., Aseist. Cashier. Transacts a General Banking Business. Domnestic and foreign Exchange Bought and Sold. Accounts Solicited. WHITED & WHELESS. - Wholesale and Retail UMBER DEALERS. --Make a Specialty of WINS, BASE, IOULDIG " ', :: :: SIDING, Fl00Il1 CEILNG. Also Cypress Shingles, Sash and Doors. BOTH WHITE PINE AND CYPR...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 June 1893

TI-HE PROGRESS. SHREVEPORT LA. JUNE. 17. 1893. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. Passenger trains r ch -hrevi l,,t' ,:i'.I ,. - part as follows T17A' AND iA't 11 . No..51 West j nvund .n,*s . ..... n m, n m No. 52 East-n111n l , ., I . I p n No. .a Wnest-I,,,Iu ,l, l a,+ . .,,I I: . 1. . I No. 54 East.U, tu d leave.. . .... :.t, a 1ii VICKEiSURH;.;,II REaYProT. AND. PA 14 I('. FAIT I., NDI). Q and "leaves R~hrlev, orn . . w n m Q. and ', ilaves Vi(k"'i.urg .. . . .' n11 111 Q. and C('. lave Atlanta .......... 1. I p Iti WRIT rotIND. Q. and '. lbrnve Atlanta ... ...... 1.5 a m Q. andt a rrt at "Atll t ..... anta 1 : in O. and ' hav.. Vik h . "1'1 p tn Q and C. arrivis at r1 - r t  r p in Lea e Shrevep..rt ,, .. . p m Arn ve at L.intv iii.' 1.. p tn Leaves ta i.. vill*, . . . s I. I' I I Arrives Melmphist . . .........m.. 9-15 n Leaves I jwiwlilhe . ........... .... " n' p m Arrives Tl' arkanla .. . . 1 I0 pI m al'Til WotlND. Leaver s Memphli ................. .40 pin ArrI ves 1 l...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 June 1893

THE PROGRESS. VL. 2.--N . I. .SlIREl VEP( )RT, .L., SATRI)AY. . NE 21, 1893. I'R ICE, 5 'ENTS. HENRY DREYFUSS & SON'S Grnmd Clearing Scale is Now ins Pro'gres3. We are not Marking Down a few Staple Articles, as Baits, but are Offer ing all Goods in our Various Departments AT OR BELOW COST IN ORDER TO REALIZE THE CASH. DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE WHAT YOU NEED Market Streets. I"~E-RY "DREYF tSS & SONN_ I Market Stad inhIlli IuthIIIIhhhIUIIf111Hhhhllw j DR. C. RATZBURC, DENTIST, N.. ala Teu. Street, Over 14 IgUflNM11II hhlll1 11ýINhl 'I REA:D 'THIS I TO YOUR INTEREST! E. J. KASSEL, THE SWiCltAL lWII M ID JEWELEI, Of OTer Twenty-Six Years Experience. Texas Street; next to Goldstein, Rose & Co.s, Phounix Hotel Bloc t. Will hereafter do your Repairing of Watches, (locks and Jewelry for one.half the price heretofore charged by him or any other Jeweler in the State. For cleaning a Watch or Clock, 75c; former price, $1.50 to $2.00. For Main-Spring in \VWatch or Clock...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 June 1893

I7w 'r rogres ;I. (. I). HICKS, Ed. and Prop. HI: EVEPORT. - - LA. EC.LAI.I\ a. > i , r e tack to t ; aim,. her ao-e eli' t.tiled at th. i' tr r: rIi;ial ty. Ithat ' ....i' i! l ni ' .i hat thei happine-- to i." \ e \ili-ter lace to lace? SA.tISlt t:i is Iae\ in, a ;:reat time in Ireland bcl.aur- h. coi,t ,l tim -cif to I'lter. If he t l' - "f tt.e continued ovationi h' ha, iii t11, , to neighboring c.ountitj'.. n. II' i, i,'i eat- await him and tlihe C IIt I..i bage crol ii ts readv to ackn4l n \,ltio his auill-t presence. ' ar'c glad to have all thie 1-uro pearI priince: and liilnl'15tsesi c'olime. Over to sce u-. and w e are glad to i conform to th' i-ala! ctilqutte of ove'tri_!n' in our itlt.ercourse with theln. Illl it. nint l t e rememtrnl ed that we ai .all sovri cgn- and, cou-e- i iquntl l y, will onforl(i to our own cti q iet In Al:n rIN11 I r. i tring to hciip -ols t or h'lincee iaii,:le. Agents of that goierinlent are l10W i tlhis country telling tlhe Mongols that...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 June 1893

J geilg Sights a: the Great n World's Fair. .- are " RIOS Lh ELECTRI'ITY HALL. tijc Fr ll in the Exhibit of the %Veat- gr gleetri Compay-How ,Aome of the re 3. 1atlfl nd Wonderful Effects A.re Ipc lace Which Delights All in orld's Fair Viltor. a RIuD's F;R, Jnne l.- f>Pci:t-! - WI P Oaeofthe most curious displays in the sh I ctrical building i4 the m ic penciL th large I5ript l]etter natdel of eTerent col- cl S; adeletri : lI::. - form the initials of the be Vestrn Elet't r l ' t,m:i ny, and behind sN hmis a I" le or tticL., uplp:orted by small m and re..embliung ahuwe pencil. This t' ýplcil is all the time in motion, its move- hr its being antimaticially controlled. It fa ~ g ysat the t' p of the "W," andi f llows PI ýlgmesofti.t letter two down strokes mii di twoiup*trkes. Then it jumps over m tothe "E."F" axd finally traces the "Co." Whererer it touches, or appears to touch, Ileavesatr..il of fire behind it. The first va ding it d,' - is to illuminate the topmost iPp of the ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 June 1893

TH-E F QCPE"~r= * 1 . x I- :cliZ et.r T. -. .,i, i~t~e IH1.VIZPOKT LA JUNE. 24 1e93 THAT COMMITTEE MEETING. PTE.,biI-ul I. v-I all./! a rnii tr"t ' Ir"1 t, tl·Damttt~Y''at f,.'ut.·. r. at If... ii aair~i .1 'b d Than twfyats ls', " I'." k ;.,,·iw~ lt;" tlr, lal pronZAl.t .-." aj ii( ''.1-u.."!'*. {,f .",`- 'I aEe.t m." tn' ul,, re r." iriy an') :u ia .,'t v pttet . It an4 ti,. ,l,airriitu pie a ' eaji SW'. .'I . TiltH~ . I,·rir 'A.?' 7.' i ~rr tem k rnta Jee1 er.it''. 1..? t t :n .. ".. I~ pia' .'iti.- II " f ii'? .a: . ; I i i' ',z.-r: I.r iougbv t ·w ni ullt " ' Irl 'va t Is, , t;. sta Wll, tar, .. j"ttl In,, AL' " 4 I ,r l,": 5. m ,.e- In. a t' f' r* ti-.I.-hv .rc..t;- .. 1 .1* oe2 %. ' h' l" rri#.t t ., i t ' ""i ': i.i . * tltl h u lt r e nap . t n- t ii' o rei t Ij l . "tt i " ,' ferlZ b ~'a k. 111ti4 IVJ t3 ng $1r~ I'£r ~·'tijl. Dmineau. 1, Dsie psralrrus-l to a." annl h-ar. () ij TW e r.t'e.aat w;1 I"u''I''"'- .l r i / l 1ý alia reat hrr t o Is .k" -" usM. Mr. Hubba-IlI, ata...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 June 1893

i I. S i ' 'T ' l if E. , rpu  "f a i n , a [ i l l I ": L Iip i 1'rb I ' I\; i , ' liarn . I ' II inlr ,ll'll? u -i ] II.vi l I..II tt ,la lrI' if al dic 5 r ,t a t I SI, In ,,mitll. P itati llI, ll ;1 \' ll I Ith.' .1 - 1 *urh*t WthiI' *..Jeh, i' "1 0,I. 1h aMl dt , 't, I r" " i n , 1Iln n'l 1, odut K ittyu".  'l nl l ' t.'t1 lnt4 0lttion. TI '. .;11 ,'t I'hlil." ote. : '. ii ý tr l, " itkl * l 'u. a. Mi'',I u :. I t,h.o 7 t s j dAutorl" J V .n · 'htr ..I. ),l , ' Pts 4odu11t , rlllv :1tt h :'it-"i \!' i'''1 .t Scat er. w w O by t ln. d"Ti i irll ,l't I i. ,hn ' wil PIEmo ·ry. Iwn I la c.,l,, .,. i ,,iiiitl - ... toi Ilttstian, "ll it( "t I llN ,ll'n . I , Oationa. "Th.' IL ir H 'i'''-h, .r l'- 1, 'ehsbour in.h drill Ii thirty-tl i' "i. to' a Vacantr (tid ri witi n ,I wa ir' byt r the ' tl .li .t.l . li' .11 hi . .i i theanl llap . 1,, i-iar i: i ;'lit n -,41 " laturall, ,i tn rV li1 MVIiI ' ,, li . n Prof. i set s Maul ('u trin i ,i bhg n 4iol ier ul ".I I t-M ' lIa...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 June 1893

TI[E SAVORLESS SALT 'l REV. THlOMASDIXON,JR.,ON CORRUP- t! TION IN THE CHURCH. tl lNintmh Srmon of t the rler ri on the "Gates ti of H11.l11 In Modern ahbylon"--'hrrhre ti Ma ,SmNil (Ilubs snul ('liquwa--Itomanlim '11 Without hlome's Power. T Ne.w Youi:. Juno IM.-Rev. ThomuLn i.l Dixon. Jr.. ire;ached this taorning the Is ninth Nermon of the seri,,s on "Tha Gates of He 11 In MSodern Bulbylon." ''ihe subject of the morning sernnln wa; pi "T'he F;ailnre ,of the Church In the ('ity." ': The text chosen was from Matthew v. in 13 "'Y', are the salt of the earth. hlut if .I " the salt have lost it ato or wherewith nl ' shall it bhe salted? It is thenceforth goo! is for unothing I,:t to be cast out andl trod.- c1 den under foot of men." TI One of the most serious causes for the p1i present condlition of the city is to be T found in the failure of the church of I, Christ so keep pace with its rapid devel- . g opunent. The fact is that the failure of e, Protestant Christianity in the center...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 June 1893

TI AC as I. ui the ý-. busi ýmar the KNOWLEDGE pan ('lot ringe comfort and improvement and ing k to personal enjoyment when heel S rtly u' . The many, who live bet t r than others ann enjoy sfe more, with lds expenditure, by more lromptly t al xdapting the world's best prodlucts to clot ie needs of physical being, will attest ides he value to health of the pure liquid prol azative principles embraced in the a n gedy, 'rup of Figs. of h It. exoelence is due to lIt presenting i lh the form meet acceptable and pleas. at to te taste, the rcf reshing and truly hesdeoial properties of a perlet lax. f ative; effectually cleansing the system, ijpelling colds, headaches and fevers nld permanently curing constipation. It has riven satisfaction to millions and et with the approval of the medical profeion, because it acts on the Kid. mys, Liver and Bowels without weak setg them and it is perfectly free from every objectinable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug. gt0in 50e and $1 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. — 24 June 1893

THE PROGRESS. HIREVEPORT LA. JUNE. 24. 1893. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. 1 Passenger trains reach -l.revlprt and dv part as follows: TEXAS AtD I'A':FIC. No. 51 West Bonw leaves ........ 9 2 am No. 52 ast-Bou:,n leave] .. ......... .(00 pm E No. 5s West-Bound leaves ....... l' .1"p inm No. 54 East-Bound leaves . I........ ..u.. • m i VICESBaaRG.ItBECvPORT AN1 I'ACiF.r. EAST PBO'N'%. I Q and C. leaves Shreveport . .......0 a I In1 Q. sad C, leaves Viicki urg .... (2 p in Q.and C. leaves Atlanta .. ........ 2: pm wIsT CoroD. Q. and C. leaves Atlanta............. 10:15 am i Q. and (' arrives at Atlnta....... I : pm in O. and ('. leaves iok'burg .. ...2.. ) p n Q and C. arrives at Shre elort........ s'10 pm C(nTTON CEL.T--nOPTH BOU.D. t Leaves Shrevepofrt.................... 5:00 p m Arrive at Lewisville.................. :45 pn m Leaves Lewiville ................. :l5 p in Arrives Memphis .................. .5O am t Leavea Lewivrille.................... i's p m 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. — 1 July 1893

THE PROGRESS. VOL.2.-N). 22. SHREVEPO1RT, LA., SATURDAY. JULY 1, 18.93. I'RICE, 5 CENTS. HENRY DREYFUSS & SON'S *amnd' Clearing NSale is Now in Progress. We are not Marking Down a few Staple A rticles, as Baits, but are Offer ing all Goods in our Various Departments .;... S AT OR BELOW COST IN ORDER TO REALIZE THE CASH. DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE WHAT YOU NEED ;. Texas and I TJ . S N Cor. Texas and Market Streets. Market Sts. msluimnuiw pnii1in .C. RATZBURC, g DENTIST, MSt TE:.. Streot, Over I owMu mlui$$uuIhIeI1 ASET A , OVR $150,000,000. SURPLUS, OVER $31,000,000. ISYABL4 A1D IOIOflfOlSBL THE EQUITABLE Assurance Soeiety OF THE UNITED STATES. RY B. HYDE, - - PRESIDENT. VW. ALEXANDER,'- VICE-PREST. RGEST, Strongest and most Progressiie Life Insurance iM the World. the Largest SURPLUS. the Largest INCOME. the Largest of INSURANCE IN FORCE, and for many years has done a Lmournt of New Business than any other Ccmpany. S eolal Agents, ShreveDort, La. SON OP 1893. Hair...

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 July 1893

F. MAR'I : NO 612 LEr;. The Old Reliable FOR IRON ROOFING. A big stock of V. I rillup, (C'oriruientied l~ii:ll t lil g Scilarn I ,oohll_ r. -t:tt.ly oit band at lowest market pries. Tin andti Site "t Irol. Shop prepi r. 1 f1 . do( ilng at1' kinds of thiis work hutisfaction Iolarnnteed. A Pilnllinu g I)clpart I i t in cinl.ii.. lion with the above, and is prepared to do vcork plriimi plly. A hII"er. Stt .l I ( k lig and hleatinig Stovti just rcceived. ihoii-liu-lniri.hiiig IooiI., I toH'k I'Iy. I) l. se Telophoeme 27. SHREVEPORT. LA. The First National Bank OF SHREVEPORT, LA. PAID UP CAPITAL AND PROFITS, $278,000.00. E. JACOBS, President. W R. HAMILTON, Vice-President W. B. JACOBS, Cashier. * W. S. PENICK, Ja., Assist. Cashier. Transacts a General Banking Busincss. Domestic and Foreign Exchange Bought and Sold. Accounts Solicited. WHITED & WHELESS. - Wholesale and Retail LUMBER DEALERS. --Make a Specialty of- CASIIS, BASE, IOILDII , :: " i SIDi0G, FIlORING CE LIG. Also Cypress...

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 July 1893

W1OMAN AND IHOME. pfpRENT GOSSIP FOR PARLOR AND STREET. rea asndl Ink hketehen of We.ar rae Apparel Now fring Worn % pam.e for -unsene, r Note of the gl.neet+ for N ulmui|rr. It in e \. ,lunite ione ,f th, easiest things in li: . t til V hither the, fashl ioa of th . ire tending. Itit when it io' 1''tte t, .gii e '' fitllv I redlict where them; ill ,nI. that i. niiti. soother mtatt'r. I.arly inl tihe t'eason t.ere seeltld to belH ev"ry" reison to ppos hat the pokl t, nlel claim Bwide i l II l in th, , "iin . v ~ orll. Bverythin e t,,n.l ito teiit thalt way; but presto' \ hei ithe' nIll;nllllfaLturers had put f,,rth tih intinite varity which i- grw, Inr I:arer each st Lea in but few selctid.,'l thi qiualill t revival of a long t st~" yl Inetedt. So little favordiclit t , i1 that one" wtal ing a S,. 2. "i . / i F lF tlli.oNltII,. IiSSNNET. plosouneed poke challenges observa ds. by reason of singularity. 11 hile aeepting all that companioned big bats and bonnets in the present re se...

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 July 1893

ThE PROGRESS. tI'UILlI.IIE EVIERV SATIRILAY IIY C. D. HICKS. F.llt," . to ' "] l a I 1 "{ and 'rl. k*.tt -i"I-(' I'I I"i Iob 11 One Ai. ....... O D llr , h ... ... -Ixt: -!i~t - ,"d- I T hr., Mnth I1.': t. ,nt C. D. HICKS. - - - - EDr. i IRBtEVEPORT LA. JURY, 1 1893. REFORM'S VOICE AT ALEXANDRIA. i Resolutions adopted at the meeting: t1 Wherees, the present elective sys- C tem of ,onisiana has been manipu lated in a manner t) deprive the peo- p pie of their it.aluenable rights, umak tng it a machine in the hands of de. signing politicians to deaunch the " ballot-box. render nugatory the will ', of the people and perpetuate in tow er tho,,' who,. in many intatllCef. are not the cihoice of the pIeplt'. Whereas, in the inter. ,t of ,",.l. P wholesome and hune-t goverirtl::,it it g is necessary that thA State of L mis- :, ions should have ~un:h an elction , law as will guaranttc- t,) the peole an untrammeled right to cast a free hadl n lot. and have the same returned as bh cast in ...

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