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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 14 October 1893

NIlE POINT OF VIEW. a Write it on ',ur heart that every ns t ith h"t datV in t hi' year. No S evras Vlarned anything rightly C' el knotwt that every datv id 5ddsy. a T-lday alwlt' hooks lan .tthe thoughtle in the face of a uni- ;i Iabm experince thit a lln isi anld ireat sa. d h cap V it'I il' ii't ll L' Ili t, l'.c ii.it of the ,e ilanik t-dailys. I t us not be pdeeived: i1t- ll unmask the king et passes. -- E:n ,vi-A ol ti till A sensible Fad. t. Each ,ea ,5o dvelI, it' s j i' ,'ial fad. P S setimcs it is in the shall( of ath t1 Se*ts,,and again thei cntagioi of dress l O Iswiep] the femIrinine rank. *swnes point to the revival oif an old- w Slooed art thits ,eason--inlokitng will tl Sthe fad, and a imore sensiilh fad wo- i;l L.80 worldi has not known for many a k Womnen of the smart set in New York fI d Boston havt inaugurated this coi - sl e dable style. and it is to IN lhiold ll " t4 the fad will find tl i'inverts in evelry hus boldh, Nilrth and Sooth. loston, Ih Sboaste...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 14 October 1893

i f progress. C. D. HICKR, Ed. and Prop. SHREVEI)PRT, - LA. No EXI'·Ei ' " II hoi llnui , l manl ask I nowadays. '.lI)o i dvrti'sing pay" He asks insta'; . -"lhow ,'an I mllke, my adverti-iug pay me Inls'' ' AN EvMINs:N I)lhysiolz i t ,'in ,iitwq that a man can think lx'' thtiulhts in a mninut,'. ,It doe1 - not intnllti:it, how many ofl Ihetni will lproul'.ably isn worth saving. TilE condlIct of people,' in a panic is very like that of the thri'iin~ French commllnity which voted. i a hogshead of wine to tIheI \illigo priest, but when th1111 wine wa broached, only water was found in the cask, each person having reliedl upon the public spirit of hiii n,"igh bor to furnish the unl: ;ilto-ited product of the vineyarl. TiIE comlparatively small numtler of college bred men in coill-rel- has already been noted. A further po rusal of the congressional directory. where the careers of acl thl.' mom bers are described, shows whero, C'ongres.man llartholdt of St.. Louis, makes a note of the fa...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 14 October 1893

HERE are many acurious ways in which women make what is called, rather bar renly, 'a living." The stout girls w ho drag the fish ing-boats through the Norway surf, the grimy chain of the black country, street of Sevilla, models. actresses gw we know. The complex of modern life has forced to do all sorts of things that have astonished their grand ,Le advertising pages of the daily r ou see. as in an alchem ror, the pitifulness, the humor, sree and tragedy of-being a .pt e things it is. low an advertisement the other may see it any day-of a academy in one of the -genteel" streets of Third where the "waltz is taught in inons for $3, perfection guaran * The interest of the advertise by in the tag: "Lady assist ugaht I would like to dance Mlge of these "lady assistants;" to _bwith her over a dish of tea. That be enough. You have seen a girl with smart ribbons and en boots pass, and you t what sort of a room she Sand what her amusements sad what the end would be atoop and stride of a ma...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 14 October 1893

THIE PROGRESS. W PNY ORT LA. OCTODER, 14. 1898. BRING YOUR BRIE FS -TO a THE PROGRESS : Meat\Work and Close Figures. ESTIMATES ON st AS ]FITTING 1 -AND Ilootlc £ight Work . Bamratshd.a applicatleim. COKE AND TAR, m FOtR ALE BY ca AS COMPANY. qi LOCAL COLUMN. Mr. Keeney is havingJordan street st< put in excelleut condition for vehieled fo aor the Fair. wI We hope he will also look after the po walk along there Th number of concrete sidewalks Son Teas street attest the stability of ear town at present, and the hope for 8 her ftatrr. Dr. Chas. C. MeCleod fills teeth Br without pain. The latest improved vill methodi in the practie of dentistry ma emplyed. Old ways.mstgive way Ed $o new oaesl A short cotton crop this year bring- s lug an unusual amount of disappoint meat, sbould teach our farmers to east off this unprofitable idol. ----- ---- b~ The number of cotton wagons on wh; the streets this week shows that the iml already small eop is jfast dwindling of SonothibMg. sob P re.... ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 21 October 1893

*THE PROGRESS. SVOL.2.-NO. :~. 1I R IO ..I , SATURI)AY. O(T()iEl '21, I93. IPRICE. 5 ('ENTs. SC. RATZBURC,  ©.NT z43I ST - "8ZS Teoas Street, Over ImettnttMtl'lst. :is S. HICKS., OCTOR of MEDICINE. aat L. M.'narter' DIrug Store. at Jodge A. W. 0. iicks conne,.tioni . Baley I. Peact First National Bank Building. trlance on Mlarket Street. ao timtwlted land. principullyI .pr , oil t'vpr'e Isayou, two - -K hlbville, La. upland. well improved: nIew rooms), kltchiu, sersant's s trenmlen houses: good Ibar, bsr: 2ll) or ts) acres under aGuet stock farm in the State: nl lrawestfruo Sn hrveport. with dwelling and storehouse 'port. La. g!od dwelling and necessary roacestimbr; half mile from I uenction. let i, Allendale, with im- It t across the street from uineral wall of Col. J. J. aitt four and a halt lots on and two lote on Caddo lot on ('rockett dreet. ILned4a half o, WilliamsonI tl half oa bo..es and lot on between Tica and MS half ft lot on Beauregard of two bous's and I hre e 4L...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 21 October 1893

he Progress. C. D. HICKR, Bd. sad Prop. SHREVEPORT, - LA. A ttv.rrt r. .lish Lirl has suied his royal ae ;l. - .etnlar higheires the sultan of .lioholr for bhreach of promise.' l'his young woman had best hbeware- the iltan might mar ry her, as Feglll -h lIaw perllitis - and then turn hier over to her forty ,relrd cee.sors In him heart asull hl.arem frill punishment * Talr greatest of American explrts Is c,'ttn antl next ti, tlhat cr(ln, i' l 1II.41 I gIallolns ill I$6 the ihlinesl has expanded until in I 9 !l the ex ports amounted to 7i i,.(l, II ;t)Il 'al lons. The price for the same has fallen from ixty-one and onie hail cents a gallon in 16til to six r'enlt ill 1M92. A TRrI'TTNrI'. citizen who has gazed upon a ghost that nightly glitles tlhroiugh the sulllurhs says thait a+ Ihe gaoed his hair stood tip. his feet. were glued to the groulnd and he felt a sinkinr seonstion, but that he w.-u not scared. if. under I'rovidence. it, shall ever befall this citizen to he scared he will ne...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 21 October 1893

W. H.UNTha, J$ rl fer Bros., --COMMISSION MERCHAJTS AND DEALERS IN eries, Western Produce hgghg ?h i utaun hghh. AL ATTENTION PAID TO CASH ORDERS,, NOS. 606 & 608 LEVEE STREET, SHREVEPORT, LA. SUNNY SOUTH REEN-HO US ES AID COTTA0 9 RO8 11BD1. e :... A.R Iw ... p.r , s.. IOIeRS ALWtAV5 ON HANB. . FaN6RAL 9ESIGNS ABS¬ ON SHOT i' NO1IC8 ibIs and EerJthlyg Blougigt the Floral Basiine WILL BE FOR SALE SKAH N, S and 15 Texas Street, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In oves, Crookery uu are, 'Tinware AND HOUSE- --FURNISHING GOODS Agest for the Celebrated Charter Oak an Brilliant Stoves and Rages. Udie of Heatiag Stoves and Cheap Cook Orders Respectfully Solioclted. DWARE COMPANY, LIMITED, ---Dealers and Jobber, Ina- VY HARDWARE, LTInErms Improved Elevators, Feeder, ble i l l- PrttGn,'s GaFeeders _btl- Pre Fiztn, ad Wire o fobr ie meAlery too ~ndeous to mention. a SLae eeortemet of Agriletaral Implemests, all be am asis.momub rdsa M_.CARTER - Dairs.sr Ilr 7 ~7ijj .; poT-'" .' -.+~ r: ,4 ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 21 October 1893

THI-E PROGRESS. PBI4HED) EVFILt 8ATI It)A Y BY oe& 8rcKs. SIlre i in the Ioatofiice at .hrtvct port as tes t4Wass. Malil Mathter - . _.-- -- O",ree 12 l£pilg Street, betweenu Milam and Crckets. mte .t rt ................ -t. l invi t s ,ntr ! my , . tl ...............Th l r-tie t' ts C. 0. HICKS. - - - EDITOR. mailt liael Cd4a Parith Farmers Union SW-R.VPORT LA. OCOTBIE, E1. 1893. ,. lrma 'Farmer' Alliln'er IPirrc-tor3. I'r..ie.ntt. John Pick;tt, Baton V"wc. I're-ident, Amhro.se Mouton. S : cttaryv . JW.\V. MIc l'rln.l. Ho I.et'trer, A. Benoit, Motroe. Clha;rman Erecntive ('itiioitt, . I1 (L C,lpland, Aycock, La. THE CHANGED SWITCH Or The Council's Partial At!ion. XN. '!y all novels of the cheap or ab" I ..lr d. ,uble names, and as it is ac ti:..-. If the samue quality of which wre w;:t4."tp thought the above title very applropriate and the similitul r, algl,' t.t v,. If ':tri is anything which oar pres- 1, mnt <-:ty conacil has put itself .,n re atui for more than anothe...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 21 October 1893

jiEpOINT OF VIEW tlp:·i · }.,"· .lLý ,II users. IV ( Ithat., a, b,. d ,uests. ,ld rt;1: m" e d, well sd bmuch 1,, aftr, . Like rose a id ud , of nuoIyl ' v.-pur- t Ingn The Abused Skirt. -- I formers. of the, rabid type. C waged warn the skirt as an inven- a dd~eEvi!One that keeps woman U mental and moral bondage. a -o be no hcatt h. str.ength. free. l il the skirt is m, xlifihed or from the feminine sphere, is ~aden of their song. To pin our o their teachhings. t he skirt is at about the waist of woman a ' the reform:ers are proclaiming d ae house-to'1 the things that wo _ naot acompn:lih as a victim of o .p t, their theories have re- c a sound Set-lak by tihe feats -gubers of tlhe sex are daily lar tarIn 'ts. t armeneita. Loie ad other .-kirt danem'.'. have the publlic by remarkable a in skirt' and (dralpery. that I -tltitudininus folds ,f gauz. e, satin If are not an impiediment to mus- I liberty. or airy grac'e of limibs . And now. thlree nmarvelous the NMisses Franz. who havet...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 21 October 1893

ERA OF TRANSITION. SIGNS 1IHAT SIGNIFY THE APPROACH OF A NEW SOCIAL ORDER. -ev. Themas Dies., Jr., Ceutlnes His Se. lies of Sermons on the Coming Revolo tloa-larveloes Progress of the Nine teenth Century and Its Coseoqueoees. NEW YORx, Oct. 15.-Rev. Thomas Dixon, Jr., continued the series of ser mons on the coming revolution at Asso ciation hall this morning. The subject of today's sermon was the period of transition or the characteristics of the times which signify the approach of a new social order. He discussed as such signs the rapidity of material progress in the elimination of time and space, the marvelous development of mechanical forces, the discoveries of science as well as the growth of cities, the intensifica tion of life, and the rise of the common people to political power, and the uni versality of education. He declares these to be the elements which constitute the basis of necessity of a new social regime. The text was chosen from Matthew xvi, a. "Ye know how to disce...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 21 October 1893

SWS Nerve PMk seat. frees 1rftlep evemedoo se mep a W s the most sparkle, but low .dos the most good. sDruggist. Shelbyrille, . al's Catarrb Cure ives the a. Can et plenty of tees  t cares every one who takes sill it, 5n . which have gained us the love of asIn s the love of God.  0 man beers a dozen things t S. d that he can't do. t - - - 1.I Ia Id German C ofts of German Syrup I he of Hemorrhage of the a when other remedies failed. a a married man and, thirty-six t of age, and live with my wife bto little girls at Durham, Mo. : -stated this brief and plain so , fl may understand. My case ai bed one, and I shall be glad -ll anyone about it who will e. PHILIP L. SCHINCx, P. 15E45, April 25, 18go. No man a more honorable, busi statement. S ooking Better better is every There's lation a than well stop to To geto , tesh and is every SEmilnoe Liver Oil with Hypo is prescribed by lead us everywhere for ail are causing rapid loss " d vital strength. am la wM amesethem 1 as a sw s W T. A...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 21 October 1893

THE PROGCRESS. snLZVEPORT iA. OC 'OEBI i1. 131t ESTIWIATES ON N GAS FITTING - -AND Iledsc Z Iht Work " COKIE.AND TAR, d, ele sAALE Ba fa AS COMPANY bi LOCAL COLUMN. The -ity tlanz -r the year lMis it 14 fr mills. __ of We undersiaad that .14 per ton ot was ofered for cotton seed at Alaton's at warehouse yesterday. This bIy the. lerrdl, 'Teras .aill. w Dr. Chaq. C. Mc.'Cloud fills toetll without pain. The latent improved methods in the praclice of dentistry employed. Old ways must give way mI to new olken. ti ,nsprem s t." 1 I4a. 8 Barring accidents, the Supreme loo Court will he in sosion here Mondlay. Among other cases which will coinme before it will be 'that of Kid Nash. The ternamiation of this will be waited for with much anxiety. The advertiseento of Mr. (C. 13. Johnson. in this wek's issue, offers o'e one of the hmne4t mine of insurance cal eompanies in the wmrld. Don't for- the get to give him a call when you need spi anything in this line. Jiasuompanies are ret-class and ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 28 October 1893

STHE PROGRESS. , P..-N . 39. ,,lill EJ )lT, I ` ,v 'I( 111 ',)AY 4 º( '( )flil'l s, I,9. :;. I'lIl('l,5 ( EN'h. II · I Iuln I • I ! I II lUi IIII I iI I II I•IIII I m• mu m nn nun u p11.,gBIillllllnllflhllllllthU 0. RATZBURC t ~3TI8T. per Te·am str.ut.Ow~r Br 34..Amer't. 3 . H. HNICKS. TOR of MEDICINE. p~o. L .. W. o. 11it·, ~cclr Ika), P S~l \ ·'·~ic~k le y . eeic "'L1 Nmtitfliil Batik Bluilding. on M mrko4 t trn1. ", flint '. " i I m y itu. I gwilol Iiit rell . ,i tea I. b9N49wll iamtidI: intw de1mst. kl finn, s.i th f ac·lt. N0 0.al RY4d barI ýINM ttttk farm hi life- M(··(el 1 from hrirthv.gt. La. gweII11 =tool ii.E4VPmmt' 1 tttdt :mnlr iilt*fgoen 10, Altil tt. irth fruuiu mitiegal wri t.t Col. J. J. "i 16rIvor Sidul a halt lIota o f94i u.a 4mit Caddoki1 ell 1ºt.º." colt uIItwlt. Sad a hal mim W illttamin half of hoeptw sidu lilt fil h betiu '[is's N04i4 MI-4 Jf o1 h.4 on 11iitiiin"Ui hi of I wet h(Osut and Ibrtio ihat. al prlmn.. and ott ttiwre, for which appgly B. T. AIJ . N~0...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 28 October 1893

fke frugress. C. D. HICS, Ed. and Prop. SHREVEPORT, - - LA. -l Trv. status of a South A\merican revolution on a given da." a)pears to depend largely on whi(h -ide has con trol of the telegraph facilities for the time being. IT is to be hoped that the raitroads will be compelled to pay in dama.,Ige' for killing and maiming their pas sengers all that they have saved ,by discharging the men who might pre vent the accidents whichll have laely ,cume to be of almost datl.. '-tir i-c mice. 'riti proprietor of an English ,ag azine offered prizes of $225 to 'persons predicting with the greatest accurlcy the number of hours of sunshine and the number of hours of rain for the ensuing week. lie was arrested and fined $12., the judge ruling that the competition was merely a foin of lottery. THAT world's parliament of relig ions made for courtejv, considera tion and toleration. at all events. No man was led by it. perhaps. to surrender his honest convictions, but many a man has learned as never ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 28 October 1893

AýD BaMRDEI''s STM REPRESENTATIVE a~ ICAN HUMORISTS. 1~ fusak from the Digalty of d • 1, to His Present Alemeue ... stM Owes Much t*o MIIs - WO OF THE REST known humor its in the United States -Charles I. Lewis and Robert .1? Bur dette- are the hub. jects of an interest ing paper in the reptember number of Frank Mun-ey's magazi, e. . Mr. Lewis sty:e possesses a peculiar teend there is a delicious - i uaobtrusive philosophy run throuib all h:s work. lie is also ble for his ability to port ay udicrwas effects of manner and * which, thounh spp'ecated ay. are too subtle for expres vee by the gifted few. 1i s of the Lime Kiln club are per the best krown of his humorous and unquestionably "Brud rdner" will assert his immor among the noted characters of cAsUL L. LaIw Mr. Lewis is a native of Ohio, .qea born in Liverpool in thba 1144. he was brought up, in Leasing, MIch., where he A year in an agricultuerl col from there ti the e ,m of the Leasing Demo When the war broke out he creditably ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 28 October 1893

TIE PROGRESS. T~USUiC E El ERI SATURDIAY BY C. D. RcIKS. lh'remf in the Poatolfite at 4lhrevcpi, rt as Seconad Clas. Mail Matter. Or r': . 12 Spring Dtul et, |,etwecenl .Milan sqd 4C k. tt. bU'lCRIIlON : f J¢" CIx -, r u st ........... ..... .. . ý xty-t, '"e I tllnt ET ,' . a y l. ,. ................· T h :rty ,-; -v C i'Ce lt C. MICKS. - - - EDITOR .ko "rJe-rasl sadd otarist Farmers Union W~ mlE/POtT LA. 00CBK, 28. 1893. .rAo Farmers' Allleme Dioretorin. PrIet dent, John PIicket, Batoe , V~e President, Ambrose Moton seetrary. J. to. McFarland, Ho-a! Leetarer, A. Benoit, Monroe. S.bsirman Eceentive Committ"'r..) l- l ',iopuland, Aycock, bLa. T }-te as yon pray" is good doctrine. -A bmrking dog seldom bites." and 'bT Pi0tirESS is not at all alarmed by 't wronditional repeal or nothing" is tt" despot's, not the statesmau's, d6eru aud. "'iarp in the middle, of the road' isa good plan to adopt in nearly all ;.·all public offices be elec!ive. T -?e ule of the people i4 the safest PIo...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 28 October 1893

THE POINT OF VIEW. our ft bubines-is, not to see what liesdimly at a di. :, 1. but to do what bIcl rly at han i. Carlyh,. ttt Julien Oordon. Mrs Van Ninx-,:lat.r ('ruger is the eleverest Wom.ll1 wri il f thei r'lalntic schol since the' d(. ,adence' of .Xmuelic who went up like a meteor and j0 " 5tat, of literary hysteria Lj morbidne-ss .-sieedily palled on lhe reder's taste. As writer of the romantic school, g. Cruger showe powcr, polish, fire dariing conception and literary skill oat render her entirely above Amelie 8bm in the artistic and intellectual A, bociety woman of New York, lux oJsly reared. exceptionally well mar po ssesting unique and magnetic Mty, Mr.. Cruger fed on the roses . 1llies of life--and was unsatisfied. VW soul of the artist dreamed of nea Sis to conquer, and in literature Cruger achieved her crowning tri. ai. "The Diplomat's )iary," her jbook, was written during a winter apt in ltusia, and was published un `1W the pseudonym of Julien Gordon. ol book was ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 28 October 1893

ISSUES OF THE HOUR. REV. THOMAS DIXON FORESEES A SERIOUS CONFLICT. he I.aberlag Masses Are estless sad, Diwr.outeted. lRetiering Themuelves D. Frauded of Their ShIre I. the World's (alms-utlies of the Church. NEW YORK, Oct. 22.-Rev. Thomas Dixon preached again this morning in Association hall on the subject of "The Coming Revolution." The subject for today was ,"The Tremendous Issues In volved." He declared that the issues at stake for conservatism in the approc,'h ing conflict were nothing less that the existence of the present economic sys tem. the idea of caste in the social order and the foundations which make it pIm- I siblc. the existence of the present gov erning political powers as well as the existence of the church itself. On the lart of radicalism, he declared the in sues believed by millions to be involved were nothing less than the right to life ' and work, liberty, individualism, a tol erable human existence and justice in the distribution of the world's econoric goods...

Publication Title: Progress, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 28 October 1893

asss*- -v*- * W aer o.-Shu op n 1."RN. A gst sensation as been created Sthe speculati:~" fraternity by the ee@ delivery to the Cincinnati jury by .J19lg"e lti~kwalter the .,r day. praeti'ally dcllar!ng that ets-ahops" nar" lgal. and in tciung the jury not to bring indict e asgainst them. 'lThe judge said: ..i cannot regard the, law ae constitu -,-l. It is a l,.· 'i" f 'la cla Itgis Sio ln that it .\,inllpts d'Ialiig in s lm that is d,.e undllll.r the, .-peCs or prot'c"tion of the board of de I Iit is a crimw in lone case. it b.hld be inall ca-'· s 1r1 KNOWLEDGE *_ ecomfort and improvement and U1 persnonal enjoyment when vyste. The uany, who live bet  others and enjoy life more, with i espmnditure, by more promptly the world's best products to -- physicsl being, will attest to health of the pure liquid c.lples embraced in the of Figs. Sis due to its presenting - lh ib most acceptable and pleas e tute, the refreshing and truly properties of a perfect lax elbtntly cleansing the sys...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 28 October 1893

THE PROGRESS. IRIZEVZPORT LA. OCTODES, 2$. 1391. LSTrMATES ON AS FITTING rlectilc ight Work ralehi.d on apphlstiles. COKE AND TAR, FOR IALE BY AS C PANY. LOCAL COLUMN. A eHuge I4erlll. Standing dis feet high, powerful and massive, will be on exhibition at our bid fair. Don't fail to see him, as he is the only only one that bhas ever been broueght to thin part of the country. The Paoo~non ham unexcelled cor tespondenta from Washington. Any oce can keep posted on public affairs by rneding them. Dr. Chas. . McCloud f1is teeth ithbout pain. The latest improved mthods in the pretiee of dentistry employed. O?1 ways must give way to new ones. Obt Nmtb. We ber that the commissioner of immigration has been located at last, but we don't believe it; we think it must be another one of those mnytbi @d stories. Yh1pr Wet. 3..uqsuv.y Street Commiasioner Keeney has pet an exedleut vitried brick gutter on Texas street, at the intersetion of Marshall, and a ea~sng of the same Rlaerial a its aide betw...

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