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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 September 1893

THE PROGRESS. .- :i. SIIIIEVEPi()I'', 1,.1., A.vrI'I1DA.\ , Sl.TEM i;vI, :ºýl is:;. P1"I('E. 5 ('EN'I , is!,..I 1 1( I; It i i Iil N I H in• lHNI H I I l l li i l Nplnnllnlll Ul1llI1l111ll1 ill$11U1111 DR. C. RATZBURC, IDENTIST, lj.. SIS Tez Street, Over I Ddenhehflors. $. Lapuuulll111(1111111111111111huhlllthlh~l! EO.I? &SI4 I atrud( 1ypni-.'iii !:nf 1,4:141~ tb.. (J j.Is ld 'ire-. I I It"1.{1\t11 wo ( " ,0. frl4 1t tiIt tl i. I ii(ii-.': .; goo d air j gin te'eau: ifiN fir .11 1It4 I"4 Iltlrr :tce tfelnit cl -tk firm in the State': Ma mile's ccii llhwe,"I fr. III ,ort. godng Itoli. Li." _ Mrfse; ""a"(1 dlri"iiii2 atld ito" «rsearv +bi 9H( 2riIi fl'i u i ll 'r l'iu frinr't ., 1trport J o tart it nl. tyD~tfa. ( lot 10. Allo·t, ainl.' wlith 1 ia-V n~nut ll!': Alit nl t'tr.,' Ihi" ' Irt.t" ft. (III L tlratwi iftnOI~lI I'r tt (;4,l. J. "i. puma. vuii taU~c'tNrt. ,r111titf itiioe't. Two bI$ I i!'n4iiil Ii'', ifit 144 i, ('arhli *j ee's1 mu14 lot oni ('el kt".«t I1t re' t. del. stas...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 September 1893

pe frogress. C. D. HICKS, Ed. and Prop. SHREVEPORT, - - LA, A I'.LEAANrT pciool ye'ar to teachers and pupils alik ., with no foolish racing after usle(. re'cord making, but real progre-s in knowledge and common sense to mlark its course. DrItlN,; the early s prling, a robin in building its nest. u-ed. among other things, a ,,prig of geranium, which later on took root, an.l since the middle of July has been blooming with as much beauty a; thou:gh it were planted in a well-kept flower bed. A BOSTON old maid died recently, leaving an estate of ii,I0 t to her pet cat, with instructions that the feline legatee be taken for a trip abroad. It is likely that that cat will need ail of its nine lives in rapid succession if there are any other prospecjtive heirs. A SAN 1FaAxNIscýo man drew up ten arbitrary comrmandments for his wife to obey. This . xhibition of cheek. while noteworthy, was not the re markable part of the episode, for the woman during a series of years neither broke a commandm...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 September 1893

ij~di IIERE it was, most unquestionably - in fat, black let ters. "This house to let-and no mis take about it. " mused Mr. Brigg's, stirring of cold coffee and looking dis 4ly at the one boiled egg that are him. "The fact is, I'm sick mg hcuse, coal always out, wa due. I won't stand it Isser." ed a lively scarlet as the door y swung open and his house r stalked majestically in b fact, Mr. Briggs was a little uof Mrs. Parley, but Mr. Briggs ' reOlved to break the baleful rg. Briggs!" began the lady, sol , l n I believe my eyes?" .fl, ss'am," said the old bach " I sever heard that anything saiss with your eyesight." "s it possible that you have posted oa the front of this house with agsaltiag me?" 'bite so, ma'am," responded Na ad you intend-" o shut up shop-to close the es at-to break up housekeep "- said Nahum. "That's exactly Wisteitio ." "Very well, sir," said Mrs. Parley, v If you will settle the trifl qsstlon of salary between us, I Itke my departure." I.a Parley withdrew, ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 September 1893

THIE PROGRESS. t_ IIIJ.IIII) l;\ MIt"Y .'1TI '1  1Y Y i C. D. HICKS. -.,',,u I 4"I M il ýill, t rw a ." I S ril"!; I . I. "r,,, ',t, : ri l -s OI. ~1 K . E- .. ci.)llal Journal Caddo Parish Farnlers Union SZXYIVEPORT LA. SEPTEMBER. 30 189'9 ýa ;r I/,trnl r-" titlih le'n i . a)e i.. +. S'r,,.i r hl Iti . . III ' I':l, k It, :1t11. ' I'-.. lor ., , tI . .\I, ,r,'-"r M ,1n t. ;,,'', :L .1. , I 1. , \l , tl'l ,in I. II' I u . 1n I . x1.loon (it. ll~Irv: n I. a. '...' ",Iris l. . ,'k. IL 1. A HORRIBLE CRIMC. S II 11 trih- last twv, yI' l-, 1 Vill-ir-t: .I. It'oni tlhei ct"'PnIed imanly tI'll i' t ,ll IDaIir thit:t titm:e Ns;w( )rlloa:I.'z up'er utlrulwIt of lH)lice was assaiinattsd ir c'enmilittse from the Malia gang lhich infested that city. These were Itllod in broad day after a jury had - IIs e a farce of the trial. Later Al brt Terrogano, sa sergeant of the " pde1. (rJ'rce, was murnered ly sn,,me , "ruo, toughs, while niumerou ot lier " aaUitea have Ib-en enacted there ,'f a ast...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 September 1893

gE POINT OF VIEW. The ghold'n l "IIut- in thI, .tr-am ,flife rush (ll' a,, _ui. iw ,, ,thing I )n wlir tfI k tt li t lo ' ii : , b u t - -d i s ! ulo c" I . ''tl ' Y 1 I l ln , dweon 1;' k"': th' 5, , " u . The Journalistic Thorn. The tyl 'rah;( I al. ' r' I I it hi 'I o5 th't Jiou n li-ti'' rI'- . .\ :ritl. to th', r - i0 ht -t liear n ,f in -ith l ick u I-' t . i - Th"togr rphy i f al . r itr, t, ,-Ill lnit ' orlf, i.i a ,ui ttith an it ,, an. i .. l'lt pri llltet P'ma i a" .'kI h I'ke la " II ec e ll e lI eyetofithe readher f Pri~t'. *'I'iia that the tytllll l, ' l'l hil 1, 111 .1 is ie it a pr1 rts: o ra d .iti n l ' i, i ibl a inetv-l,-n , snakes.l. Ile a ttg ypo-raiuh I'.l r't-retstnt8. -prick of t ih I." h ui-i 1.etry is marrenvd il.ts p. a nll. The blamter f fth. t he discredit of a-ttan'hc . id tlIy bo minds that do Jlg ph fp th e writer, to the, ter or proof rerater. Ty'o raph e and handling of tmore istro fr ntly ge of the trmak l, a , but oflth-il,'e rid ter'smitalk...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 September 1893

'A RADICAL E31EI)Y. REV. THOMAS DIXON, J'., ON THE FINANCIAL PANIC. oe Gees to the Root of the Matter mad, Argues For a Wider Co-operation In Production and the Breathing of a Soul Nato Society. NEW YoaRK, Sept. 24.-Rev. Thomas Dixon, Jr., continued in his pulpit in Association hall this morning the discus sion of the Panic-Its Causes and Cure." The subject of today's discourse was the permanent cure of panics. He main tains that there can be no cure for the commercial crisis save in a new social order, which fact is evidenced in the uniformity with which panics oc cur under all forms of government, un der all conditions of population, under all systems of banking, under all politic al parties; also evidenced in the fact of the practical anarchy and failure of our present competitive system of com merce. He argues for a wider social co operation in production and pleads for. the breathing of a soul into society. The texts chosen were the same as those used for the past two sermons-t...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 September 1893

go I@O eet Itulo g'reaL or Lgo a _ tbrogb many and great mistakes. gA medy or Genera' mtility. gnismng the follies of which the mafnufae ,agof many proprietary reme'diec are gull. S tuterrlm their rnedlini"s "pantnreas. " or to d j ir them the u lit Vy o" ptnla,,es There r to urb thi- as t i :n l a "P which nie,ns toredy a."apt.d t1 :I 1 "--a e ' I hii MSI :rd ha ,isst:ever t.n , rp. a * ,l( ,by the prprt r-so l .-tt.. s":  o li: ( , : trCr I(t they .tlaa r.d 1.Th r .-t!ir.e Ihi it sac re.ntIe - * g| eral I:r Lit 81 i a ., it r.. r a r uar ut ill~l , I t t'.o.T. tIf th. .h. liter .n .t the nI tter" fi). at past ca~lru-I I i. r t ir write tiher . .t.u..."nt i n i l an d i. t ken " " nt.r. 1 - ... a 11 a l'ts "li. 3til c t TI!. , 1.' ,v o t , -t . , . ir1 the the F. JI. ('IFNEY & ('o.. ToVedi. V rF eil w hich ,n e.rs ti-e fat e of futuritv a h, th l, I a n d ,f m e r ,.v . S KNOWLEDGE dIg. comfort and improvement and a- to personal enjoyment when 't ~letysed. The many, who li...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 September 1893

- TIE PROGRESS. a R.N VPORT LA. SEPTEMBER, 30. 1893. BRING YOUR BRIEF S --- TO- - THE PROGRESS Neat Work and Close Figures. ESTIMATES ON AS FITTING -AN - Ilectiic Light Work Furnished ea applicaties. COKE AND TAR, FO PALIE I' GAS COMPANY. i ,, LOCAL COLUMN. COLUMBIAN TRUNKS. We are sle lregnts for the Palica'i Commron )S,,Je 1'Triki. The Kahn Dry Goods Company, Limited. Make our next Fair the pride of Louisiana. Let every citizen of Shreveport andti of the parish make himself responsi ble for the success of our next Fair. Read the letter addressed to Cleve land in this issue of The PROGRESS, for in it Mr. Goodwin strikes the nail squarely on the head. Dr. Chas C. McCioud fills teeth without pain. The latest improved P methods in the practice of dentistry employed. Old ways must give way ol to new ones. bi Read our Washington letter this week. It may give you a still better idea of our president's dil.position. If TI the rumors be true of course all will WI then know how very patrio...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 7 October 1893

i . T~PRPOGRESS. rDR1.CRT JR, I DENTIST, 11s,318 Toz1. Street. Over 3 .demh..ew1.r' I-d Ii ~ IIIIII~lll lllllllll11111111111111h It Fit mss p i. t ee l ' 11/'+ .1 11.1: II1 ,1I It .. 11d L ( rlliipcfii,1tn ` ' 'i'''tl t L , 1.1.' l m (I niy~ 11111111. 11 11 tlll.l·r: ·r,,t 1.·11: 111 dr p Ilt.. 1.4 11 'E 1 ,.'' Ii ;i*-h i, " f1iltI4E room1111441'" 1~ ~~E4. 1,.1 ,1 Its 1111.1 4: 4 1 .11. I.1' S" kil 11401 14' 4444 l t Mi Ili.It r "Ye lt r ( and RI 11 9411" u1, 1"- t, k , , M il al. i ": lea m s*Itls 111111 ii MI Ii ll ` It ri t E 1"l. $ 4N4 u ·lt4 1P111. I.'. * 44 se'n'rt: M'EEI E. l 'EIt "IiI II fill E4.'44j4 %. 2 I rtr;n liigmipr: lgilI tnih'tgg ti, }IM EYjN~rt *J4.10 1 E444. ¶fg1a4ErE' loot t144.), A IIE4l ,' Will, it,. * EIII4: lat.et 'r l n. I fit- Pt r1.t fl.,,s, 4 aEsrbu. 8hle-VEr~nl t"is, m " Kill' 1414 'r Fld 1411 111ll9401.40 E t Ml oCfroI 11A n ld I)nrI. " IT b ,4 hr41 "Jl I E lEt PI4t oil ('1tld( lo 111. lot 1e ls E(lSE I. Ic' r· rvlkk1kIII IEEI owl 41 o alY ithlu Wllhagn...

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

ghe grogress. C. D. HICgK, Ed. and Prop. SHREVEPORT, - LA. I A MiiErsA.. journal asserts that peo pie who drink cow'. milk are more prone to consumption than those who use the milk of the reindeer, the buf falo, the ass or the goat. THE ancient Hlammond house at Marblehead, Mass.. is being torn I down, and some of its spruce timbers. : which have been protected from rain i and wind for more than 2U0 years are f eagerly sought after by violinmakers for use in the manufacture of their I instruments. TimE prefecture of police of France has established a service of identity * in order to identif' released convicts. i Since 181$8 there have been l,A,I r son tences recorded against men named i Louis l.ofevre in that countiy, by i which innumerable innocent I.ouis Lefevres have been brought into trouble. ('noLE.lt is raging in Europe, es pecially in Russia, but there is little fear that the epidemic will break out in America. For two years t has failed to get a foothold here. and ' It is ...

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

ING RE VOLUTION. A NEW SERIES OF SERMONS BY REV. THOMAS DIXON, JR. pie .r.** the "igtn, of the Time. Thut ldlmtr Great %orialt. Economir. Polltl qIl ierlr.itllt IraIl ('htsnges--lostl..e ws y.,Kd. Oc't. I.-Rev. Thomas jpai. Jr . 1.,lie. ;L a new wories (,f morn se i rm'ons in Aszow'ition hall. The bjpect of tihe ri,' he calls "The. f.e rifl l -ewluti,,n." In it h.* will die iho thý igns of tI timeltss that ittndi .a gr.al s('ial. '.,cono,,tic. P tlitical and c,,in.di(al changes. The serlnon this srling was a gene'ral introduction to Sstudy. which will run through cl 'v l weeks. The subject of this intro b.tory disec,'rse delivered todtay was * ej ReStilE Masses." He declares "t dem.'r:ecy in its broadest and truest I y it manif'estly the destiny of the ge, and that there is today developing swerld movement of the masses that * E .t unew social reformation. The thbewen was from Mark xii. 87. "Ande gemsnman people heard him gladly." T11R C'OMMON POPI.P. Tker* IAs no more pregnant 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. — 7 October 1893

T.lE UPROGRESS. CtLIill - Il1 IAVI I ,-Y MTI'RI)AY IIY I C. D. HICKS. <l0de inl thie !'t .t."tt it , r I ."h ",''lrt a, v--, -L ('ll.s- M\I ttP 1 .Mtt . O ir'. ' " ;i " .{pring stlc et I, Lcnt . n .i1: lutl C '( II.TION: :. S,". ..· . .... ( n.- Io . 1i:l.-r C.. HICK S. - - - - EDITOR. tial Journal Caldo Parish Farmers Union SHEEVEPORT LA. OCOTNEE, 7. 1893. i ,l,,I- arnr...r' Allian#c.e )irectr'fy. I'resitdent. John Pickett, Baton .ong. I Vace-l're-ilent, Ambrose Montont . 1 ecrtary. .1. '. 1 McFarland, Ho- -: Leeurer, A. Benoit, Monroe. a Chanrrzan Executive Conmmiirtee. . I G. C.petarnd, Aycock, La. - THE BOSSIER LYNCHING. Last. Friday. after we had gone to grws, we received a tellehonric luenis ajg fiorn a friend at Benton stating tat Ih lip negro, Henry Coleman, Jr.. 2 wiL . Lhad attempted to assassinate , Captain Thomas Lyles a few nights greviiis, had just been taken from •the f~il there and lynched. We are sorry to say that w4ex!nct aid *a much, but did not sullpact hat...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 7 October 1893

POINT OF VIEW. ,.Worth make, the man-" The pI't uwo'"i mistaket,: Worth mak, s the woman - The man hI mi .r,.ly r, "aki . - Kau-a, F it .I, pmal. ,t} !w society Leader At The Capital. During the tir.t ad mini.tration of president ('lv,.landl. Mr,. \Whitncy was the aekntwhledtgd leader in the of eiis ociety of 'WasVhington. r'sse.ssing bouty and tlh, 1,wr' that lsprings an influence and wealth. M1rs. Vhit eny's career at the (apital was bril iaot. She was the bright central figure d the fashionabl' set. and her enter ataments were on a princely stvle that wl remain unforgottcn in Washing Above and b}eyond her distiniruishing .Mt as a society hlader. Mrs. Whitney Swomanly. sweet-hearted--and her =auisite kindness extended both to g-- of high and low degree. With children of her own, her moth ,ove went out to the little ones less tuate than hers, and in her man jMa the waif. of Wash inuton were fre g.ytlY gathered to eat the feast that le bd spread for them, or to revel in SIhappiness...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 7 October 1893

SHITED & WHELESS. - Wholesale and Retail--- LUMIBER DEALERS. --Make a Specialty of CASING, BASE, IOILDIII, :: :: :: ::. SIDING, Fl QORING CEILING. Also Cypress Shingles, Sash and Doors. BOTH WHITE PINE AND CYPRESS. COUNTRY ORBERS SOLICITES. • SHREVEPORT, Li. A Home Industry. -- -DOWNS & * CO.'S_ MARBLE WORKS. Successors to JOHN W. TABER Dealers i enad manufacturers of all kinds of muerlers a4 Italian Marble e f Iae O a"34 Kemmomt. also deal tn all kinds of A4ernle and FPoeign Gweatt. a. nLAD TBE OILLOWIG: We buy our Marble in tboe crude state, direct from the quarries, and do all of our work in Shreveport; therefore a home industry. We are poa ifcal workmen and designers, and our past reputation as sush is our reference. When we a a pisee of work we do it lghtksreet it right. and it will not il dowa. OTTU, SIDE LIN~~ S Wagbt IWrn and alvealned Steo l teesitg, and last but no' least, we or "loe Agent for the Celebrated e adeee 'laflag, so extensively used for Sidewalks S ...

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

A watter of WeHllth. ueasekeepr"s faintly realize the dsger of an indiscriminate use of theI numerous backing powders nowadays 1,.d upon 'eve'ry hand, and which, are urged ul on -consumers with such persistency lby I,.ddlers and many  rs on a(c,,'nt of the big profits (de in their sale. Most of these powders are made from sharp and caustic acid. and alkalies which burn ad inflame the alimentary organs sad cause indige'tion. heartblurn, dlarrhi''al i-esas'es, etc. Siiullhurio acid. caustic' Iptah'. burnt alum, all re used as ga~-produeing agenlts in such baking I owders. Most house keepers are aware of the lpainful effects produc'ed when these che'micals 1 are applied to the external flesh. . How nmuch more a'ute rIust bei their i a.tion '!.Fa n the dt' lic,' te internal I membrarL ': Y'et unscrupulous man ufacture'rr, l o not hesitate to use thII bealusel tr'eyV nake' a very low-cost powder, ,or teo ur're the uslc of thelir" powders so llotid. ,,ey all kinds of Jsluring advertiseme...

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

THE PROGRESS. SEZZVEPORT LA. OCTOBER. 7. 1893. BRING YOUR BRIEFS THE PROGRESS Neat Work and Close Figures. ESTIMATES ON AS FITTING ANDI sleutcglc Light Work Faralshd oe applicatima. COKE AND TAR, FOR BALE BY AS COMPANY. LOCAL COLUMN. COLUMBIAN TRUNKS. We are sole ng.Ints for the J'alicas Common Sense Trnnks. The Kahn Dry Goods Company, Limited. Honesty is the best policy, even in politics. President Cleveland in as uncondi tional in his convictions as Lee is in his offering, of low prices. The Paooaass is indebted to Heon. C. J. Boatner for Congressional cour tesies extended to us. Dr. Chas. C. McCloud fills teeth ,without pain. The latest improved methods in the practice of dentistry S mployed. Old ways must give way to Wr ones. .hroad %Again. We were glad to receive the Lo gansport News again after a long test The ~nws is always newsy and wide-awake and is a good laborer for Lgsnasport, the citisens of which . e.M, appreciate its effort and liber d estalin it by both subscriptions...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 14 October 1893

THE PROGRESS. VOL.2.--No... IIREVEI)'I)T, LA., SATURIDYAY. O()TOBi, 11, 3lPI. sutttu11wwInm~int, pR. C. RATZBURC, DI7NTIST.. g.lS Teas Itre*t, Over : - odaneihemer's. , LH. HICKS. TOR of MEDICINE. L LM. ('-arter'n Drug S8tore. st .lldge A. W. ). licks" IavleyI. Peuick St National Bank Building. on Market Street. of timbered land, prinetpally brt.e, on ICvpreas bayou, two _ e" tbvillr, Ia. *plhad, wei lamprowd; twe, room#), kitchbe, samrvant's meneIlnt bonsa'lR; glod bar heoer; 700 or 10 a rrre iunder uas.t stik farm in the State: from dlasseiesp . wIb dwelling and teteboiuse port. Ia. dwelllna and neleeaary are tiawr half Sile fromi StO, Allct , Wolls kn . aeross thie street. from miaeral well of Cot J. J. ite fhier and a half lots on and two ieot on Caddo on ('rkett street. avd a halfte Wlll saosv lepI ho Ioe om half of lot cn Beleaum gard al of two homusand S r e ethers at wrk"e and on timell for wImich apple S- R. T. C(OLI, s~eet, 8bitev-port. a. la,, buy your property or oil i...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 14 October 1893

THE BLIND CLASSES. ARE THEY HASTENING THE COMING SOCIAL REVOLUTION' Sev. Thomas Dixon, Jr., Continues His Sermoas on the Social Signs of the Times .and Warno the Plutocratic Forces That 'Their Iestiny Hangs In the Balance. NEw YoRx, Oct. 8.-The new series of serinons on "*Th.-Coming Revoln tion' was continued this morningin As sociation hall by the Rev. Thomas Dix on, Jr. The subject of tile sermon for today was "The Blindness of the Class es." He declared that in face of the fact of a worldwide discontent and restless ness among the masses mlet startling in its c'haracter the strong and privileged classes face the fact with blind adher ence to their traditional ideals. He main tains that the conservative powers of state by their aggravating course are hastening a revolution; that the pluto cratic forces of soci ty with blind fatu ity are hastening their own ruin, while the church throws aside the scepter of the world for the privilege of building gilded "steepled clubs." The text c...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 14 October 1893

Whsat as . - -,ltrom Is not a whirlpool gsks ships down into the g the oceau. It is an eddy, gtj =ir weather can be crossed abrty by ay vessel. KNOWLEDGE 4. s ecomfort and improvement and I t personal enjoyment when age . The many who live bet Sether and enjoy life more, with i tre, by more promptly the world's best products to of physical being, will attest . lme to health of the pure liquid .i principles embraced in the Sy--, rup of Figs. "' eellence is due to its presenting it form most acceptable and pleas astbe taste, the refreshing and truly ;~:s1 properties of a perfect lax. 1.-0. sectually cleansing the system, ug eolds, headaches and fevers .ipmsnently cnring constipation. -I ulvea atisfaction to millions and i k the approval of the medical i ; , -- beanuse it acts on the Kid -Liver and Bowels without weak sge and it is perfectly free from shjsetlonable substance. om Fit is for sale by all drug l' " and $1 bottles, but it is man by the California Fig Syrup etly, whose n...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 14 October 1893

TIE' PROGRESS. wi all PUmLISHED EVERY SATURI)AY BY indi C. D. HICKS. .aes irted ii the Postofllee at hhrrveport as the S-cond-Class Mail Matotr. the O/tcIC 612 Spring Street, between Milamn as E sa (soekett. I the .iedi SUBSCRIPTION:: : oa . . . . ........................ .. o Il Do L t Io u .. ................. . x t -' -o..-fiv e n tsI --c . o n Lhs. . .. - .. . . .... ...T l r n .-i r e C-r u 4 I m ( ejll - - - - - - - me C. . HICKS. - - EDITOR. too his OjN Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Union I an ma $SNZVEPORT LA. OCOTEBE, 14. 19. 193. ste State Farmers' Alliance Directnry. is President, John Pickett, Baton fea Bongo e' Vace-Pre:ident, Ambrose Mouton Secretary. J. \V. McFarland, Ho- ind mer. of Lecturer, A. Benoit, Monroe. Th Chairman Executive Comminirt.. th: G. Copeland, Aycock, La. tlit for HE MUST TAKE IT. it 15ince the appointment of Lieutenant- list Governor Pariange to the Supr meIo Julgeship, many reports have gone out o:' r spedting the action of Senator Hiram inl R. L...

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