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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 26 August 1893

Sl3 1 REVE1P )RT. LA.. SATURDAY. AUGUST 2., 1893. PRICE, CENS. ggl l II 5lu I tIIIIIIItH IN tIIIllII ItI - DR C. RATZBURC, DENTIST, g..I18 Te*ag Street, Over *1II.de*ahel-ew''C.  ilunmalitllal ll I/~lII I IUI III I .It If ASSETS, OVER $150,000,000. SURPLUS, OVER $31,000,000. ICOQTESTABZr 4YD ORQFOSRFZTABLI. THE EQUITABLE Life Assurance Society OF THE UNITED STATES. HENRY B. HYDE, - - PRESIDENT, JAS. W. ALEXANDER, - VICE-PREST. The LARGEST, Strongest and most Progressive Life Insurance cmnpany in the World. It has the Largest SURPLUS, the Largest INCOME, the Largest kont of INSURANCE IN FORCE, and for many years has done a brger Amount of New Business than any other Ccmpany. W3Spec. EI. nG. &D. r S3vo La,. 8pecial Akents, ShreveDort, La. Cr 1 of IimlerId Ins'd°, prio ilpmily sad cypress. on t'vpre.s Ibayou. two kom RKeilhville, Ln. rter apland, well inmproved: ne (.ht roomths), kitit.hen, servant's jsd tenewelt boi-.es: good liar l house: .IMI or frte ires under Ske hiest stuc...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 26 August 1893

"hr pfrogress. C. D. HICKS, Ed. and Prop. 5SHRIEVEPORT, - - LA. TIls Am.neri.:,n knee will soon make anew an exI hi;,, of( it piliancy. .Ar Aistrian atrch .;:'. is on bis way to this count,, II"  widl he astoni-he 1 to find the proud citizens of a re public tumhling over .uo anothsr to, touch the hem ,of his :g'wtent. :t is one of thc:ir .eculiarities. I'1 at. A4toria s man killed his wife with a sharp -take,. a:ul latr W:a. observed to hed tears at thel gratec Whether this ttenlder-heartedress will be regarde I as a mlitati lng circumstance dlelends on the jury., but with the shat p -take in evidenc.e it ought to have dithiculty in washing guilt away. TnIE revolutionists are usualty sue e.sesful in thc-e ('entral and South American civil wars, and put an end to the contest by capturing the gov *,rinmcnt. The government continues stable for a few mioaths. perhaps a year. until other revolutionists arise and capture it again. The whirligic of time revolves rapidly in South Amer ican...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 26 August 1893

e11 CRICKET. N iM c llickwt. r ~tr o the' ro $ bt o ne ' fnint Wi th r atrV a-1 wrn the in k his pnnllt Ie l leIi tira fi with hi' t Il jtl thim i t deprive hin i r f r tt 1r 11Z1 lu r Phn day. i iit win a' hlori in pilt of th.e "hil with whim he . bi r d ii. . it treliy ch sig t Ike ºre"ed tio l'trrmill' ' ii'in rem ifn eould lnltl i it. for hi, 4 cihiito mt exten.live enlhugihi to 1he w1hll iigeenhrae i kl whoin they Iq'icli.t dt w, frnt thu *haipIe situ froimi l ity ofllli l t ih l ull''.r tha it wnl1 itattin a . da r al ltrii sl . t ii. i rui i tllhe;I Wittple tlu-. kill ll . ii ., I m i lllllttm hih i ii"ie i Io i -h at they cik., fr, wlhii with rIn l =T dom ll,,ll,'l ece,'IptI to attenil speiaillh hion'or'd t ultitomnr. iet wa busy le hen hie Oltt,'ie .I er a~it doiwn to wait until er had fl i nltui l tril' eitillir hei morning, ler. iiha ketr: we Ssreen yo or oIr e tiIllltle." dealerping, as hey lerO tle oofl. partly your own fallt. H1an 'mid Markor. **You have fit...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 26 August 1893

THE PROGRESS. ch .it P1-L'lN~t:llt 'l E1 I::Y '1T'I1i'.DV IY liln C. D IIICKS. tll sl ,.,,lm,' tI i -1.h K ilti . . t ri . . 'lp" ' a ,iil 30il111 lyd it'r,,, k, I , ab atll ,,I ..n . ... ..ep f o n - t ril . i. One HVpnn. ' Thn " . , r h " . it h'It t 'I' 't, I ll' C. D. HICKS. E-- --E t I it Oillcial Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Union an SHREVELPOT LA. AUGUST, 20. 1893. i1) _, ------ - ,t!! CANNOT CLEVELAND GO TOO FAR? '1'hi. ,ittry i . gof i'tl front hlo foliowing ,oscpt frontl anIi etditorial in cl Th itll,' l,nli e of Silan, hy Ir,,rlliit/ ihl last: in (',rvi r*'.V ýl to un- it' . ill,' it bhli hill tlt, can 1'o tna, '*ed into law t" tll lay i r'. the' I'resilent a blill which )li he o' i ta ftait Ily o fn-o t~ sign. rv 1\\I t IIn w h octrin, i. this whirl ,,i The Ib',pultlic i'4 se' kin/g to eIngraift into the political autouony of our Na tion Is ('lvelawdl a g d that hi 1w hest his ive' y whimt must I,' howted toou Must Congress disregard all t opiniotns of its own and withou...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 26 August 1893

!YRNA'S REALM WEEKLY CiiT-n:IAT, to ..,l r . n . - " I , I ,l i . l'r.. I It i .111, , l l , . u l, , l n itI -ubitio n, il i it I I ' Ii " it t r E rEit ,. --rt faith f ll. thait ,, a, . th ,.r fin il . - ad if w '. m y l.' ,N. r a ,,, I. lh at ', fa i1l,. iaccormpli Ih ^l . Etl t., at:', workl f, Til*, will i,,,i it.in wU t th, - o lr ,,, fau lur' t i. in , livi, , ý Irill. .ilT.r ,o , di-:ý,l,1 'int n ti 0 l . :1r 1l Itill ho l"u n ani n fithfl friends. But my l'alttE lI t-. Inl' I.11n 1Emy ,rely rlron ,in'fty it tEay wI.k.'I ,,,u l my h oilet w rl s with r.atitu ' tl it . t ','-. anl enfy oth'r frin,. l 1E0 hau . -I rE t n; h ýsod my an ittilnl. shil .n.itain,.,l m }n LO of t hling g ,. l il . t yl kindtl w l, ' ., turtI coeourujgin- Er.it ii-,n. IvMy wV k ha4t beenapl'alt:-'i. t"'I 'h I'it u"" In t1 112n ElI I l' I " 'e il ri bJ gert. a Iit. ,', l, c lif . t ll , mt n't Sobitinlu. ir! n k I iiH , r I tE iE ' ,I : IE t, - r ' In 1,ý1 . " 1ti A hgelly rtali,.",I t att :S1 it...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 26 August 1893

THE I)EALM ERCHANT REV. THOMAS DIXON ON CHRIST;AN ITV AND BUSINESS. slerrnal Piety and the Plour %t hine - I'alth In the Iuminesl %Worl--l.egititmate- Se I Help-The End of Comnmrrec-A P'la for Unsilfishlness. CArPE ('H.RLES, Va.. Aug. 20.-Rev. Thomas Dixon, Jr.. continued today tlhe series of sermous on "Money and Chris tianity." The subject of the disc,ur-e of the morning was "The Ideal M.-r chant." Text. Luke xix. I:1, "Antd h called ten servants of his and gave thiler ten pounds and said unto, thenlt. Tr;,Ih ye lhr," "'h till I come. The mirchant's bnusiness is the niut ,t obvious and necessary relation of life. It is one of the primal luwers, original. necessary, universal. It is the talent of industry and enter prise, a vast ..ystem for the relief of ni;lti kind and for the development of t he eart h. It is a vast system for the spirit ualiza tion of matter. And yet it is more light ly estimated by the world than the sol dier's work, the teacher's work. the pht - sician's wor...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 26 August 1893

Fge Ip':P.pla alnd ConatlLpatton. s 1te-ilrat,tv N, rve PI1W sent free Book to pro: merit, for c satamp DR.SourO. Box W_..Raclne Wi Teigbest nature= are nmost dependent tý ihese a__ tný.- ses' Ps I Y .wi ii llre wiid and ipale :tretomarhi ,iddiae , ftulntas. dizzi . drowne.. tchill anti l . of appetite. iao are p!enty of eople t bo knot how to.ke money, and how to wa"ste it, but fkvow bow to s'ln.1l it. TO CI.EAN'E TII SYTI-E. fially yet gently. ~lhI.,n ' otive or !.il oa r when the blood i. iminurn or ýlug to permanentl cmure hat.itual consti sas to awaken the Lidney- and liver to hbathy activity. without irritating or malkng them. to di-e! healncbhes, colds fsvers use Syrup of Figs. Sit n in nature. c, t is in pouitit, the gi wt plums ripen first lDyspepsia. I,;igc.,tion. and Stomaeb ordrsuse 0r,.5.v s Iron Bitters-:ne DToTlc. t itrlim!ds the systemn. cleans " Blood and streugtheun the munscle. A qldid omedicine fur weak and debilitated - ts the longest-headed clrgtR man whl...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 26 August 1893

THE PROGRESS. II>IVPORT LA. AUGUST, 26. 1893. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. Passenger trains reach Shreveport and de part as follows: TEXAS AND PAC:FIC. Po. t5 West Bound leaves ............ 9 :2 a m No. M East-Bound leaves ..... ......... 6:00 p in No. 5 West-Boun d leaves. ..... ':1i p m 11. SEast.Bound leaves ............. 5:03 a to YICKSBURO,,:HREVF.PORT AND PACIFIC. EAST BOUND. land C. leaves Shreveport ............ ,:H a m and C, leaves Vicksburg........... C:20 p m Q. and C. leaves Atlanta ............. 0op m WEST EOUND. Qand C. leaves Atlanta ............ 10 1 a m and C. arrives at "Atlanta........ ::1 p pm . and C. leaves Viuekshnrg . .... ... p m Q and C. arrives aP.Shre'eport........ 7:10 p m COITON BELT-NOI:TIH BOUND. Leaves Shreveport ......... ......... :00 p inm Arrive at Lewlaville............. . 7:45 p m Leaves Lewisville................... tl5 p m Arrives Memphis................. .05 am Leaves Lewisville......... ...... .. ,~s p tm 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. — 2 September 1893

r THE PROG Ss ?I II I E I()'1RT. IA... SATUR'l)AY. "I'TI l IEI. 2 ., 1 . I'I1('E,., ('.ENT DENTIST, ; jeIS Texae Street, Over Bedenheiier-s. 111111mIIIlt11~l t11lllil Ul U lhll llE ASSETS, OVER $150,000,000. SURPLUS, OVER $31,000,000. COQTES;TAB I A1D KIONFORFIITABL,. THE EQUITABLE fe Assurance Society OF THE UNITED STATES. HENRY B. HYDE, - - PRESIDENT. AS. W. ALEXANDER, - VICE-PREST. The LARGEST, Strongest and most Progressive Life Insurance  ny in the World. It has the Largest SURPLUS. the Largest INCOME, the Largest nt of INSURANCE IN FORCE, and for many years has done a Amountt of New Business than any other Ccmnpany. Sp. A E. & . o" . SEAo k , Spelial Agents, 8hreveoort, La. of tlmlwbrd land. plrliptlllly O ,pw. oni ('vpao Iayou. two selbville, L%,. upland, well improved: new rooms), ktletwbn, rnvrant's iesent i1boenm; grood Ihar bose; 7510 or S1)0 nres uander Satest st4ol furm in the Stoe:. northwest froa liireoveport with dwelling amu storelaouse. port. Ls. dwellilng 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. — 2 September 1893

[te progress. C. D. mHCKR, Ed. and Prop. 5HREVEPORT, - - LA. IrC.: foot o" P h, r-t" trott. l a, t 2:(tl gait mov,. i at ti-I, rat., 4f, one, yard in thei twa'i.t -li:it:; part o,f i secon i. M.'t who i.;,,: tod Ic windward ," the hitnl leg of a mul. say the horse is how. DIr. MHini W.i.icit still p..r ist that the wrong allh wa; len ' d It! the Almy case' But a ti- nan I ini self made no olt,:e t.ioºin at th.. t.mr '. and has not said a word sinc, p'.. haps there are more' vital ,'s.tions before tho country for consilderation just now. Tit experiment of edt; s.atin dul, for life saving on the I,..ch.s i-s somewhat doubtful one. It r.luir. 4 nicer judgment of i'ial dancer th:,u the canine mind is e iL;al to, and nlli directed Yca in sol.h matter- i% \ easily prod ce a trag., ly as slh, kiul as a genuine rescue is fascinating. IT was a pretty light that the. lady managers of the worlds' fair haid The shrieks that rose above t:vi1 ol he; din of battle we ol have drog ned that emitte...

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

WOXAN' l SPHERE. ppiVATE SECRETARY SHE C rs A SUCCESS las Wemen Who Have Learned Sti p r Secrets - Hlelper, of 11s ilesa. Mrs. Palmer. and other HER:E IF: ONE ciharming member of her hex that yet remains for the novelist and play wrighttopresent to the public. It is the feminine irivae secretary. G ithlin the past two years the fem Inine private secre tary hasI occupied a sibhle post In the pri ate office of y s•rominent man. At the same wor-. have found their hands J bsi-cess they have' added seretarie- to their assistants, amw there are many women who as private cretary to wealthy or Swomen. g hr is Mri Po' ter Palmer for one. i ever wrote to her on a personal w ythe prompt reply received, no ier whether Mrs l'almer was in KIso er Europe. gave an impression mm LAUSA BAYER, sSret/ r to Mrs. Potter Palmer. Palmer had done you the to give your letter especial But it isn't any more so k.gas e r than hundreds of s. Palmer has an ideal aervoatry In iss Laura Hayes i su hh an interesti...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 2 September 1893

THE PROGRESS. The PUBLISFIE) EVERY ,.VAI'li) l Y BY l oi C. D. HICKS. Inii Lstered it the I'.-tt":liS'i " :t hr0 v-ptui a ithi specotld-(d 'l Mail Matter. go" OFVICF.: 612 Sprinlg Strlet, betwtcl nMitaml Hi and Cro. kett. L BCK RI PT ION : One Y a . .... . . .... . Six M o t: .- ls .. . ... ..... i .t Three )l,,tth. .. '... h::\ ;i:. ,t fat C. 0. HICKS. - - - EDITOR. ho ..._.__..... - - .. - Oelal Journal CaMo Parish Parmers Union pl . . .. , -. th SDeRVePOIT LA. SEPTEEBR,. 2. 1891. ha th. THE HOUSE UNTRUE, WHAT WILL THE to THE SENATE BE? en On Monday last, by a vote of 226 its to 124, the Houne of Congress. as far de as it was able, demonetized silver. It be did something else, it showed cucwlu Ip sively that it, or at least 22( nLa:uber I in of it. had no regard whatever for the on opinion of the people, less fur their S" general conditin and still less for on American independence. ty Au interesting spectacle tvo w-, m, presented by this vote. It showed at th once fidelity, s...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 2 September 1893

DIGAL DAUGHTER. tt p' gested by a letter pulilished !a ,wsof June 12. entitled. "A Wail b s Hbter'' llart." 1 I le hri tl m " of ' iut)I Ii, ill I e ai lv I othe :m'n- w"e . bloiingi faroml h the old ap1 . wisteria a ith it.ir purple adorfi"p ao-- 0 tilt' !hyIs anti rich yellow iT pi9o (a.me to the hain' of "i] e be played in the daisi.s a light t bsi'd boy. jy We'conledi hi a'k, with tears Vi of receivinl. Ji w twiuing aft.tiOtion and Inuurmtiur of i Shold winds of winter were sigh log mo dreary tda4 Lheld hou- by the murmulring a4 gpore. p prodigal tlaughter, all tired anld weary. back to t1 homllre of her girllhood e. once more. A gys/ arned her away,o'er ithe mtuoo"- h, Sed o lonely. ( the wind- of dleslpair imnli:tied wild tl Woblgh her areasl. jst ah wI htiI refuge, a:t e that, and ( tis0 ooly. d otI prodigal daughte'r hIa :also l no " t' h -Lar Iv( 'Iittetdi i, . juj before the eternal tIar of Go I. we t g wil have to anawer f or this dis t dtion. too. BASE BALL. t - 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. — 2 September 1893

REV. THOMAS DIXON'S LAST SERMON AT CHARLES CITY. Plrfllnrnt on f l he. Two Eirrat ('onmsandl mlioat0, lowi to (onl andl lAnP to ' lan. Will Solve All iliarnrlal andl, All N~wal Probhlems. ('.Ae COmAlar. \• , , I . -.• ;.-Rev. ThomLa Dixon. .r.. irecr.h,.,d tihyv th1: last of the' sPummer sri.s of rrallalo aonl the "Problelmns of M, nev." I.e will re. turn to New York next SonltInv neal take rip the work aga:iin in A...'jitiotll hall. The txt thlay wva...iohn xiii. :1. '"A ~ o c'~ Olm1 11itinan l nt I rive ItIa, - toil. 111th yp love nei¥  a tli*at 't . ', . l10t"1 I 1ha 1a lov'ed yomu." There. is one, se,ns in whluch we are r,, I fainiliar with the Bible. We arre hrard tined to, it. In m cerlll.g, ,lays w," wet forced to attend jlren.hinll 'llvi ir. I nl Sunday, and conwtrlnently ulin it I minid preaching Tiadlie nlot the aliihte't I inlprcnoin. The sounl wan too faiil;air r -unpleasantly familiar. I knew the a theme in one sense' tro, well-in a real sense, not at all. TIN RII...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 2 September 1893

uials Weu ae the desathy or the w A judgement spoiled by the Selentlts May DIber uses of rheumatism. but there Is of opinion among them us to the htieb atends it. the symptoms by rý a fests Itsetlf. and the dtf.a'tm v of i to its shronto stage. 8kevoral tta - ge-pstable poiuOls are paerlbed tLo lg es of tbhese has b"en shown by ex S possess the same effiarey as Hoe Stagarb Bitters This benlln specic Se bh:od by promtinl vigorous so t he kidnes,. which strain from the ol * iars throutgh them the rheumatio rlha eoist<a In the system. Phys icians isa lteestify to the valle of the Bitters SAlatiasm. and the profelsional epinl pIps I gII it are bort s et and sorrubo __ImptLe pop"lnr evidence. The Hitt re dllets sad fev.e r. Iver complaint, dye gsseglert their own gifts for the sake o g ift of nome one elsa KNOWLEDGE comfort and improvement and prs.onail enjoyment when ed. The many who live bet. emerad enjoy life more, with tarse, by more promptly the world's best product. to physical...

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

TIhE PROGREUSS. SimVEtPORT LA. SEPTEMBER, 2. 1893. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. Passengertrain. r; ll - revcpor' : I '' - part as folloew: TI.Ag AND PVr'.: No. 51 West BRmw' learl . . "2a n No. 2 East-Bound leaves . C0 p :n No. 53 Wst-Bou.l.'e- I - p In No.b East-Bound lea\'v. . , aI v1cKkauaR(.,nsHRt.VF.-ItI AND PA 'i1N... FAST I:in I.. Q and C. Icave -.hrvi-p.it' l .. . .:U a I Q nd e(, lhav's Viek-iuir ..... p in and C. h.ove, Atlall:a .. ........... 20 P Q. and ('. .av)"s Atlanta ......... 10 1: a mn Q. and '. acrive' at "Allntai .... : p In O. and '. Cleaves X'ik.l nr' ... .... . p In Q and C. arri:~e at hr'.. ur ....... 7:t0 p i .)1" TIN 1E.LT-', :"IH . Leaves Shreveport ..... m Arrive at Lewll . l 1. p Leaves Lewai'il.ie... . :1, p In Arrives HMemphi' ..... ......... .0 aL i Leaves Lewisville .................... S om Arrives TCxarkana... 10 ', }. rn Leaves Mempihi.. ........ ........ '41 p Arrives lc i.'.sville ............. . a Leaves Texarkanu...... ......... r...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 9 September 1893

. THE PROGRESS.I V( )I,.2.-N( . :2Ii EVI.i'i . A..\ .\.''T I)AY. -SEIPTl.11EBlEH 9 I"9. PRC ('EYiS. -- i+! 11111111 11 I. - ,, 11,,,,,, .......... DR. C. RATZBURQC DENTIST, g.S318 Texase treet, Over oehkeier'nes. ..lii 11n1 11inlI 111111J IIl lil|| iJ|l|l|l I NOTICE ! NWe wish to thank the public for a lib eral patronage to our .lob Office during the past few months. Since our office has been overhauled and since we have securedl the services of competent Union printers, Messrs. Gilliland and Goodlwin, we have been able to turn out First-Class Work of latest designs, and the people, we are proud to say, are beginning to find it out. The Progress is no more forgotten by our 1-u.,iiness mnen when they want prices on Job Printing. ( of timen'rd land. prinripally  t'vpress l:)ayou, two eithville, L . upland, well iml)roved: new roollli), kithel, e servant's tenemellt holies; .ood limr 710 or Ano aer-s undier stow°k lfall in the Stale;' - hwet fruon ttihreveport. - with dwelling and s...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 9 September 1893

.he prog res. C. D. HICKR, Ed. and Prop. SHREVEPORT, LA. Til llBehrin sea decision has gone against the I'nited States. Well. the defeat is one that w ill never bring any hardship to the large majority of the American l,-oplle. TIlE people of Cairo salute you , with the question, "Dlo you per spire?" They regard a dry skin as a sign of mortal malady. Therefore, humorists loitering in ('airo are obliged to carry their jokes in a sweat box or leave them in quarantine. In this way much funny matter is lost to the Cairo press. OCTAVE THANET pronounces her t name, which is a pen one, as if it were every day English. She did " not take it from a French novel, nor from a bill of fare, but from a freight ear that used to scoot past her cot- t tage door when she was a little girl. V Hence, all persons who have begun i the study of French are warned not | to trespass on her nom de plume. t THE people of this country are not a the only people on earth suffering t from a financial pinch. In Ge...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 9 September 1893

iS (CONRESSlS. test Conventions of Think ers Ever Assembled. THAT IS GREEK TO MANY. t W1omen a::d Men Dismuss the - ga. Quetion at Chirago-Mrs. Xenal __- llp s I}xpo+ition of the Aztec ('al aW t the Anthropological Congress ge conren of Religion. -- 3l0's FAIR, St4pt. 6. - [Special.] - gbsall this grandl show is ended, when .weared siglhtseers have departed and . uagnflicentstrlctures have been re when in short the Columbian ex of '93 is but history, thinking swill realize that this city has this hrad the greatest convention of think wer gatheredi on this earth. Iam far Ma the truth in saying that the gath 05 organized by the World's Congress "ilhlry have never been equalled, and w 5ery doubtful if they will be within _ roentury. If the World's fair had been in progress this series of con would have been the world's event g dis decade. gIeisfe remarked that this is the first * hyrng held here of which the astute sage reporters could not give a pretty -iriport in advance. They canno...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 9 September 1893

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