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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 9 September 1893

I IS BASE BALL AGAI ., 1 Still ti Sniject o1 Disnssi011n, --- r the ti, .-* bt"l. " T1 :, I . I w ig, .L itI 'n. . 1 n il e I '. .. Marllha~lll . .i i' f I' I :ei" ,ie. ! , rsil". T : .'1 ' ,,' :'''''";, r1. Cbrevel'',' " . I, , ; f eelth. - od he dil it . ' ', . \ ri ' W ar nta .ri. , ,Ir': ,i *.U!1tl l ,1 r t n,". vbtaer,.oh wI  But ,ti!ir te .' a :1~ 'u! hatI I-hte ,i ,l,. tiey R' l' e aily- a. S. t _ ad he 'i ' biitcr. a ilt .i '. _ , l. tt: -. re , . dl gniho ecr t,' i !, r" , f,.r ci 0 , - gzm flCe.i, . ,a, Miath ~re T , :. ltIerl Jpdiiflledtc ft C , r tke anlfl t : : .. I ' S one . ,r" ion, ju ll lf elet, r pore Stli ' e. 's k Shnin e 1 ' • . bt wasdetin, '" '. l il lie .e l. : I ', and was wcillingi to ri-k thati tItf 1 nl1 1 t lelgtara!nl['," it. s. the .1lar-hui ! tlteiii hbO)ard,,d the bound fr -e 4,ve,'nrt they hilar yand exul`tnI an , qnc of th,'ir entihcuiastic'le it:uir kIt'd as 'h.1' re;ached the d' :,et e b-'QJ J) 'Il l " e.N l l, ;'lii'',a ir.s gl.D Tsil a &l...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 9 September 1893

CAI'E (OF THE PANIC. REV. THOM:AS DIXON'S ANALYSIS OF THE BUS!NESS DEPRESSION. We Opens Hise Fall Work on tihe Immedl ate Cause of the Hard Times and Shows the .lbsurllity of the Seare-Faith In the Nation. NEw Yvi.Tn, Sept. 3.-Rev. Thomas 'Dixon returned to his pulpit in Associa tion hall toilay after spending his vaca tion hunting and fishing on the eastern shore of Virginia. He opens the fall work with a series of morning sermons through Seltember on "The Panic-Its Causes and Cure." He discussed this morning its "'Immedipe Causes," giving many points to show the utter absurdity of the present scare. The text chosen was from Matthew xxv, 25, "And I was afraid and went and hid thy talent." It is a pitiable sight-a strong man stricken with fear! The husky breath, the tottering knees and weak cry place man, the king, in a sorry plight before the animals that must look on with a smile. Fear is an ignoble passion. It never lifts up. It always degrades. To see a whole community, a whole ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 9 September 1893

dd 4yeg. tongsel slaugh s waiting upon that. -l Miserable for Life. y easily be if you fall to remedy giMes and the non-assimilation of the ýIt are the attendants and originators Sae. that ever present ailment Swacotlc. mineral sedative or nervine w rDeesere than temporarily relieve. Of ogs remedies have no effect upon the doa..e.tiOrron and assimilation, except to enfeeble them. thus aggravating Ildlmculty Among the most alarm Tangerous symptoms of chronic nerv isjnsomnia, which is the professlonal eisability to sleep. Where this exists u atways a tendency to mental over isia-'s and ertnitual insanity. Begin stain bead of all this difficulty with t smtomach litters and avert evil con Isces. No sooner does the stomach re sitstone. and the system gain in vigor :::0 the aid of this benign tonic. than returns and the netces grow tranquil. 6 sad fever. rhenimasism. bilionaness and ssipafon yie!d to, the litter. ,s hbowing frugality we reap liberality, sldes harvest. TgE MODERN BEAUTY So...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 9 September 1893

TI-E PROGRESS. [BRVEPORT LA. SEPTEMBER, 9. 1893. ARBIVAL AND DEFARTURE OF TRAII~S., Pa.-cinager trainis r, a,'h -hbr,', I ~t :,., . part as follows: No. 51 West Wunl Iv . , , im No 62 East-Bonurtl Iav, . p No. 53 West-lhi, n ,I , . . , p, m No. 4 M East Ourt l li avtl". . " a I i VICK5sURGi.-It IiI FI',,IT ANI . I'. F 1 ,1 FA T III' "; I' Q and C. leave s .h r ,v l ,prt ... n I aQ. and C, lave. Vic' kh g .. . .. . ' : ' p ,t Q i. d (:. C lav Atln, ut ........... 21.10 i l WFVT CouN D. 1 Q. and C. leaves Atlanta....... .. 0o- n nm Q. aind I arrive. , l t ".\lritnn ..... I ,. p tI 0. lid ' Ieave Vic ksurrg ... t p Qand C. arrivei at;hr-i.. l ..rt .... 7.0I Ip n Co(TIi BLLT- Nor.TII ITil'H,. Leaves hrevepl, rt ..... .... ,: p Arrive at Lewis.vill . ........... . ',p PiI Leaves Lewisville .. .... .... .I: Ip iI Arrives Memphis..... ...... a m Leaves I.ew .viville ................m.. ', I in Arrives Tuxarkana .... ........... ... i. Leaves Meml,hi". .............. ........ 7:40 pn...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 16 September 1893

STHE PROGRESsi. d. RAIZBURC, 1NTIST. * fit"t..+ over ggsb~liSOi it. ~r.. :.i kits lll l l l llllt oil ti1':n "$ ICJ thu lie.1 or 1.1W. n'u ii MN;), kit Sills. $t+, 9.5'Itint1 aM b u iui ll-,: -'hll **Iiii t, OW or AlleiH i. r u ut, 1n dw.Ittigk farts in I -v.'pwlir Ii i d 4IO1 1& "IN .i 1.11 1 tosimm 1^^~ t'. L". i id 1 .kb total nntd ii mu Is'trsllV stgrwtim l "1'; 11111 tuit f l~tr aed w. i i s bath sI h,"e 11 1111 Ij..twt' O Te".. 401 ( 1 . (/l ofulir nod a lthaltiuigail andIf ' of 11 fv, i llt ('11414111i ime's. ih forilW ll ipta rl~d ha i 1h r. 4 I 4,1 +111 b al r of 011 lit imiili br It. T. 4I )Lb; .t.wt.Ithte~pul.La State Sniwersthiajull ad 1U struetrs Ic,, of 311iy. per mwthmg. {I111 bet your. hIM. V.r befprmusaii I'm Nddi'O AD) p.ireratrv. Deion Roeo, L,.. Sc~eoI, La., r 2, 1693. Mm.. milON, 2X13. Imtructrii. LUrn Mad heslthfuln~ee rt. of iuatrue b er adt+ VI out examins Sit Oui'Sid. 0iji I .adarea. BOY 1). A. MI.. Pte.Ident. . JP 9'··~· s r . N. NICKS. DOCTOR of MEDICI...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 16 September 1893

TI E ('RIME OF USURY REV. THOMAS DIXON, JR., ARRAIGNS THE MONEY HUCKSTERS. le ThILke Sbe Pasle Ie a FIetitloa Ose and i. the Result of a CsepIrracy ef the Money Leaderw-Leso of the Site atloe. NEw YORK. Sept. 10.-Rev. Thomas Dixon. Jr.. continued this morning in Lasociation hall his series of sermons on "The Panic-Its Causes and Cure." The subject of today's sermon was "The rlmal Causes of the Panic," in which be arraigns the great money lenders for the crime of producing the panic for personal gain and dertares their pro cedure nothing short of "a conspiracy against the race." The texts chosen were from Fsekiel xii, 22, and vii, 19. in con nection with Jeremiah xvii. 11: "Thou hust taken usury and increase, and thou hast greedily gained of thy neighbors by extortion and hast for gotten me. saith the Lord God." "As the partridge sitteth on eggs and hatcheth them not, so he that getteth Tiches and not by right shall leave them in the midst of his days and at his end shall be a fool."...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 16 September 1893

S KNOWLEDGE comfort and improvement and ,S& personal enjoyment when .a. uea. The many who live bet. others and enjoy life more, with spendtre, by more promptly the world's best products to of d physical being, will attest a-ils, to health of the pure liquid Sprinciples embraced in the p of Figs. is due to its presenting most acceptable and pleas. b t taste, the refreshing and truly properties of a perfect lax Sdeotually cleansing the system, a olds, headaches and fevers p .mafently curing constipation. duim satisfaction to millions and .  tats approval of the medical because it acts on the Kid IAvdr and Bowels without weak them and it is perfectly free from Sbjectionable substance. of Figs is for sale by all drug uMsia anii$ bottles, but it is man du.ud by the California Fig Syrup aealy, whose name is printed on every Salso the name, Syrup of Figs, .i bJng well informed, you will not mt y substitute it oered. ugust Flower" t*sebeen troubled with dyspep b tgsr a fair trial of A...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 16 September 1893

-the THE PROGRESS. sor P L i,.oI t 1:1IE l I? i.V ,A.t'ITIuI.Y y 101 C. D. HICKS. bel Eiutcr' ,l uil " F I,-, ,it . t hrveport asIt l = , c m l -< I . . M a il M a 'it r i O ( OrFIrtr" 'ill spring !lreet, b'twe-eln Milain lH and Circkett yo Si' BCRI-'I T IION. One Year . ...... .. .. .. Im, D"llar to six M1O 1th ....... -ixty-Ifv. n', l Three Month t -. .........* : t',n ch Ide C. D. HICKS. - - - EDITOR. I OScial Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Union ch SHREVEPORT LA. SEPrEMBER. 16. 1891. th or --- at, Mlate Farmtenr- .%lIIa "e riiprehr. President. JoLhn I'icktt. Baton wr Rlouge. gE Vice-Pro 1 dlenlt, .AmbIroI. Ml ontoni. Secretary. .l. \\. elcVarlanl. Ho- i muer. toI Lectaire e.., l u:1 It. ( 1ruo .. I. C( ,I l a d.I yl ~ Ik. I,'. I),ir r, , ' ll1' : r.:, ,i,; l I, .u lgd ,s . Few una in Ihl,' .,S"tti' W'on'.' "Ii Idly tiJ the vacancy like he can. II fact he g, i- JI1t the man to 'woigl: i:i1 a .ul rn"- re plete the live points of the c,tnsiella tion. Our Supreme Bench wouldh then ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 16 September 1893

POINT OF VIEW. *"The lanl- a W ith a!l t . .. .f A n d t, . 'v ' '. l: t . ' a ' - Greeting 1y'nat' !u ahin I,- . t . i b.to TE'E g I)lNT' at " \'II;tW. an i r r ae' efutll manth fati:, on :1 'it ne,1W to,. 1hteve Sport journali-li, bu.t io'tn. to. lilth- pro Sfession. The .tsit l aII : ti!lIn . , 1r "!'i tit I rts. ('t'all'. j'l.' l ii\ ,Ie l  a Tijtil art'l l feature of T''1. M l:t- . ali, a u 'ti'h it is our d.-i', , !i ailtain if. Tlih best interest, of t,'i,. ty and :th. iollll. will be apr :.t' *'';i ty, - - f'I~i a wi .!',v lv *'point of \i ew." W-" salute tih,, re.ai, ,Of Tih,. P'.o; RESS. and t ii !' 1 , tut ' t i .t toi . good-wii. V'iew will. ., :ait i Woman in Jo'arnvdin brain. I : 1 " r- . her i" '', -,, , '. r , i' r, . w' l :tV.' equal I, l: \., ."!! 1 . lill.tl'Y I and juLti'., i1 a . '., .i e, 'i thet value of i. r w',Lk. In all of ,t.e de partl   mnt , ,a i ' ri:,: , l. W al'lun e c lln - positort ':. ', 1.' ,'. it rtial ahair. woman nal a I'i.' rl ' a . a....

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 16 September 1893

r1 grogress. C D. HICK, Ed. and Prop. • SHREVEPORT, - - LA. bow that Rudyard Kipling has 1balt him a new holise up in Brattle hero, it would not be surp. i.ing if he concluded to get naturlized and rea for offce. The Vermont. climate is said to be very bracing. Tan allegation that explorer Stan ay is a gentleman seems to have aroused the indignation of lr. Peters. who has the exploraticn habit him self. The startling ailegat;on d;oes set yet seem to have reached ,tan ley. so how it may affect him is yet a matter of conjecture. AN indignant railroal traveler oomplaining to the head of the cor poration of the smallness of sand wiches on the road, has received a reply that they are made small so that patrons of the road will not miss trains And yet they say that cor porations have no souls. ACTroR CURTIS has been acquitted of the charge of murdering a police man in San Francisco To secure his acquittal it cost him $50,100) in attorneys' fees and legal expenses. It innocent why should h...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 16 September 1893

uO'lNO PHILOSOPHY. S desgt to c.arm the eye l owers of ,"Ver: fit:-. though ut sight t 'ty die. ao Ot be happy too not . J not-why not Why not be happy too? A ttusand creatures frisk and fly Ad seek and spend and woo syl we the common law deny? Vý) not be happy too' Why not why not- Why not be happy too? Sorrel and hbee with rapture ply arts their fathers knew. f hgse rejoice why so may : Why not te h prpy too Why not why not - Why not be happy too .M beady brooks go lauuhbnl by, The bDrds sing in the blue. IM very heavens exult and cry: why sot be happy too? hy not -why not- why not be happy too' --Journal of Educatlon THE RIVALS. ..sn't that injunction drawn up r I should really like to know, ~ Leslie. how you have contrived s occupy the morning?" The prosperous village lawyer Maie rather abruptly, rustling Sog the papers with impatient emeaoe. Philip Leslie looked up an absent-minded, wondering er, his brown curls rumpled and raed, Scottish face sunburned and gibed, while his ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 16 September 1893

TIlE PROGRESS. ia TUPOaT LA. 5IPTfINZI , 18. 1893. LOCAL COLUMN. Our Logan-lport g.Anl,m Mr. Geo. E. Hadley is our author Abd agent at Logansport, La., to so- I Ut subecriptiogs, job work. etc. COLUMBIAN TRUNKS. We are sole agents for the Palicas Common Sense Trunks. The Kahn Dry Goods Company, Limited. Let the closing boour before retire Ment be spent by the family circle in wholesome conversation on nmorals,  eligion and human nature, wherein mon and daughter are allowed an ex gpuesion of opinion which is not gain said except to correct where fau!ty, 111 done in a (lod-like,loving manner, lad we venture the assertion that there will be no black sheep in THAT i BaUlly. Carlets! Carpets !! Carpets!!! We have opened a room especially Sited up to show our exten:iive line -t carpets, matting, rugs. oil cloths, L Sirtains, etc., and will be pleased to have you see themn, both in regards s to styles ard prices. r HI4ART & Co. Dr. Chas. C. McCloud fills teeth .w thout pain. The lates...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 23 September 1893

THE PROGRESS. VOL.2.-N. 34. SHREVEPORlT, LA., SATIIDIAY. SEI''TEI BEll 23, 193. IRlICE, 5 CENTS. IIIN 1111111111IIIIII1IPI 1lItI 1l .C. RATZBURC, DENTIST. 0..319 Texas S Over IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIgfllS ItItIIIi i l ,be..,s . 1 1-.4 "1 I I It 1 (11 . 4 tI I V Vii ni "rlii M11u .u t ith .lu 1 .*-114i.1i ("1 11 111 H'l t IIap.. « lrly illi O l ollll:; :thi 1 11111º011M4 Sttg ort. . 1- i. ygui; t . A DI "II t mild 'lf01 1 .1, 1C . S't t. 111m. ttt1 t v, jeru ill". w ti It 1u-e *i1liiitl ii hai r (ei'%jl i t ,,e g rrk Imral wi l ao l Coll. ... mohd10ali half (oiltw laeaii',e actl41 "urar 11t reef man.y nttur,. at jeril.' ai nil mluat theu Ilinet.1 foer wlie" aspply ~Marks, rmree 'Sll v. port..La will aila s, 3(s ayiyor pj.fs.4c1 or monewy o ut i f.aSt e * r U fiversily AND ft IccIanica1 Coll0cgc, * .CLSON, A. .1.. LL.D., r y e r s s i d s a t . i . - 'I( [it11M7.3-94) will (11)+"11 of) otober. I, 1 ' Li. ato full untsos.1 Couiues of Bty. 4 TIOXI FREE. - Iunane.. per um-ukm,.1 41131. 41bdentue ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 23 September 1893

(whe 0rogress. C. D. HICKS, Ed. and Prop. SHREVEPORT, - - LA. THAT plot to rin n- tate monarchl ic Hawaii was a u.er'ved rizzle. There is still a second-hand throne for sale in Honolulu, but it must not be used on the premises. THE financial distress in New York, has reached a pass that almost bat!les comprehension. A pawnbroker failed a the other day, and people arc even a looking with suspicion on the most b prominent faro banks. it SEVERAL persons have of late laid f stress on the point that ministers tl work Sundays for pay. Clergymen h can easily ward off further attacks ol vi this sort by preaching -free and rais ing rates on the midweek prayer o01 meeting. si IT is not true that a reward has been offered for a woman's .3rap h, book that does not contain the poem ta that begins he "Beautiful faces and those that wear--" ye but, if it were, the chances are that be the reward would never have to bq w, paid. - THEY figure in Europe that the world's production of wheat this year w...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 23 September 1893

SgIRT THE GLOBE. ,gyINGi FOR THE LAST LINK OF THE CABLE. t It i Laid from ~an Francisco to ý elegraphic Messages Can 1e Mss Arosed the Globe In a Few 1 peeial Correspondence.1 P TO DATE LIT Stlie has been pub ". lished concerning the work done by e thegovernmentun der the act of con gress of March 2, 1491. This act was "to enable the President to cause careful soundings to be made bet ween San Francisco,Cal., and Honolulu, in Wigdom of the Hawaiian Islands, I purpose of determining the e bility of the laying of a tele esble between those points." Wik, however, has been con under way, and the hvdro ofice has prepared a beautiful delineation of the entire path of that section from California to u.aaan Islands strnegest argument heretofore the practicability of laying a il the 'acific ocean has been the of volcanic regions. The has been prosecuted with care wuirscy, and, it is believed, has the fact that the laying of -a almost any line is quite b Two lines of soundings 6 ,se by 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. — 23 September 1893

THI PROGRESS. P U B LI.-.IIIE.) E\ .:lV Y 1 iT I '1:.I A Y B Y C. D. HICKS. Entercd in the I' u t,::.. t :h' vpciort as s cnut-l i ,· .t Mail '.SatI, r OFFIr ! ;:12 Spring steet, bt  vw., N'laz and Cr Lkett LLI't.-c I'I IONl : One Y. ........ . :, lr Skx n,)ttt ... . ...... Three }I . . . ...3..... '~I. -fl' v th C. D. H!KS, - - - - EDTCR. ORcial Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Union SHRIEVPORT LA. 8EPTEMBER, 23. 1895. S(ate lar:: rw-' Allianm+r, )ire"tory. President. John ':chkett, aitton Rouge. Vie Pre-ident. Amtnro-( Moatou. Sector try.., I. 11. W. l"k al"nhi. Ii,-! mer. Cha-tu .t eut'utiv (' a t: e .. Cr. C,!' 'a;nl. Ayeolk. Ii. If .r a 2e;r(.er tat... hil s l ,1. true t. 'l '"l : 1.::tl I i,- the' Hou.l . C .'Ilit:, ('ir; . ýNS a alv in the ii.:a', i. tifight in the House, did; he sta,.1, lallih 4nvable as old (Gibral tar for thiir cause and the principles of his party. Withstanding the blandisimien:ts of the president's be guilirti s:ule or daring, his disap proc in.. ffrown in ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 23 September 1893

'1i l POINT OF VIEW. S (ot 1nd,1 P * I ' "..h... ,, t + Ill,,arth it i ph ,i l, ' -" " " '" """ 1' Not Ie  I rmerr , n when lll ain11t ,, i i 41 . l , Ii hr l, i .', Jew.de. T rr eposelssing People at The Fair. r. r ,p .r ,,,a'r',-I, pantVI 'li'- hliet, loneii 1 dnnag..l that hr- \Vorl hair i an ex 'lJl 'ia"" " 4f iti- I", ' ut illll to. , I.. who f 110 ,h' -alit''I t'ri ,'I "r . rr ,it,, tiiit I1 I Iea lin" " i '. il. IV. It h .. ti' h I 't l iii w iseh ti ll' t'440 4 r' far f4' 1 m h,1 ;f-ll a If f mll lll ', ,- nr,' \r. ' ,ina l 4 1, eminh i "fa i-4 iiil l l tii ." " II to S kntt i ll t''' II" ih il4 " i1i. (1' i l .i il' lfI * gsth*r. 9th' 5ti. IlT o t''tver i .trua't. themurrlltr t I 'll,. Th, ajiii ,r' , h:ill; iI d e itd, i -ll it- ' . I 1l In iu th, ,,'ll Ili la rks of th , "i711 11 1al and . l I I \V."t. t would hso" Io k le at th e fto e I f thtr e . S tner hall 4I1, -' II, , tot, h.a u aI . 'ef h,' psent i4 i ln , '. i! I li ,l - l ' i 1.4 n , in k o erdin rr .. ro '...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 23 September 1893

AN ELOQUENT AND FEARLESS SER- n MON BY REV. THOMAS DIXON. / f Ils Vligorous Deonuelatlon of the money o Power and the Metropolltan Press-Rd- | Irel Reforms Advo·ated--Plai Words i From a Man of Strong Couvletions. New Yolxu, Sept. 17.-The discussion t of "The Panic-Its t;auses and Cure" was continued by the Rev. Thomas . Dixon, Jr., in his sermon in Association t ball this morning. The specific subject n of today's discourse was "The Cure of h Panics." He denounced most vigorously q the demonetization of half the money of the world and gave as remedies and 14 cures for financial panics the increase of tl the currency, the radical reform of our banking system, more Christianity in II basiness, less faith in the great capital- tl istic newspaper scares, the establish- n ment of postal savings banks and the g cessation of special class legislation. e: The texts were from the eighteenth 6 chapter of Jeremiah and thetwelfth and as seventh of Ezekiel: b Thou bast taken usury and ncrease, ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 23 September 1893

Our Plret Cols. t, Pise tree shilling was named ' tle pine tree it bore as its de It was coined in Massachusetts e latter half of the seventeenth .atry and was only one of a serit.r. -W ens a allaled pine tree tmonety. Ig shilling wa .sotmeltimttis called the JPgtos shilling or the Iay hhilling. 10 was the first .oin issuted in Amer js·ad the dies wre l tit at the Lynn bosworks. , stahlisheil in 16l7 by b phJenckes j phlbosopher i na tn\ e is like a wat,.h. dgaliaed in a kteneil. A gaffroln (,ulorel Index a0tbrolditihon tit a n t ,li.m- s.tiiach and shli rb lLver is the humtin ta nan'ettil. Nit only llasia, but the eyefalls. are tith! d with the ulewhe whti the h.t. f't- faro the hbh t gsldes thls. tah e. . . l he toni e:i W¢ egm furreld palt- ar. felt I tll he ;\ tr anid flelgr the right -I. ui!er blla te, anR ' dl/i meiloxpelrit nnltiu i, Iii.n r g froma a siting u .recumpbent Itiimtur '' I.t li illlous In'lalid I or gO e lndlotherinldiat oitnt of llttultisnees. ltIt. lesr Stor...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 23 September 1893

STI-E PROGRESS. HZlll POlT LA. IEPTRMIBZ, 3. 1898. BEIN G YOUR BRIEFSF -TO- b: THE PROGRESS 1 P lt Neat Work and Close Figures. i, -------- , a, LOCAL COLUMN. fc si cc (Oulr LEnlanplort .Agent. Mr. Geo. E. Hadley is our author-t. ized agent at Logansport, La., to so- i licit subscriptions, jcb work, etc. lic -h COLUMBIAN TRUNKS, We are sole agents for the Palicas Common Sense Trunks. The Kahn Dry Goods Company, Limited. The PRo.Ess acknowledges with appreciated pleasure the receipt of n Senator George G. Vest's speech on IH, the silver question. bu Dr. Chas. C. MeCloud fills teethan without pain. The latest improved m methods in the practice of dentistry co employed. Old ways must give way re to new ones. There will be a class meeting at the qu First Methodist church every Sunday m, evening at 4 o'cloek. All are cordi- to ally invited to attend. fro juint Carset! Carpts!! Carpets!!! We have opened a room especially Te iMed up to show our extensive line tie of carpets. matting, rug...

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