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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 4 November 1893

THE PROGRESS. NI). 40. lIIIE ' rT, LA., SA ITLI)AY. NO VEMIBE; R .1M93. MlCl ICE1. 5 (ENT Slt tNIIlIl IIIIIIIllIIIIllI1Ul* i pP. C. RATZBURC, psNTIST. 0I. * Ts* satree*t, Over g,'=" elser's. IIIilllIII uIIIUItIII1Y S. H. HICKS. TOR of MEDICINE. & L. ('U 't' ott I hulL' 't4,onI. a& Juldge A W. (~. Iiciku couertion. - lely I. Penick irnt National Bank Btilding. on Market Street. of limtlwlr'd Innd. Isriicipally .w4. on i'utvur byou. two g ,ttbville, Lu. upland, well imlproved: iww Sro1mii). kitchenl. rervaunt temellnt hos'e: aºxrn bIar Lew; 7(11 or wn ai.r etlnder S-guest l0 ck farmn in the State: -dslwet r'nom Shrevepolrt. whit dwelling Hnd storehoten dwe lling and nlecessary1 1 s timlwr, half mile from 14 lt, Allenille, with irn ars. I he street from alesral wels ol Co(o. J. J. wis fouer and a half lots on mnd bwo Iota on Caddo en ('O~rkett Irrt, sad a half on Wilihanson calf ol boue and lot on wbtween Texsa and Mi I of 0lot on Beaustgard tal of two houses and I the 1...

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

TI!I E1 1)WINTER FAIR' CALIFORNIA PREPARING FOR HER GREAT EVENT. n Th oussad Exhibiters From Chl rage Will Contribute Toward the Se re of the Undortablkg - Gold.. iat. Park. ,as Francisco Corr r -adence.1 NO'THER World's Fair will be held in America close Supon the heels of bian Exposition. It i. to be called the California Mid glinter Intern a Sional Exposi ion - and is to be opened in San Francisco In midwinter, when, although the greater part of the United States will be suffering from the frosts of winter, the Pacific coast will be enjoying the delights of a per ect New England "day in .tune." T1he Fair had its origin in the tears shec over the Chicago Fair. Many of the visitors to that have actually cried when they realized that Nov. 1 the vision of love iness would vanish and the work of demolish:ng what had been built with such infinite pains woul I begin. It came into the heads of some of the foreign c(ommission er- t' at it won d be a good idea to re produce the best part ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 4 November 1893

g 01 pysgIt and CoastlatiSU . atofrative Nerve Pills seat tree We destroy an old prejudice we of` a new virtue. o d p .T. a ct like magic on the res~tore lost complexion and 1ý the keen edge of appetite. .t iremstances are the stumbling d families How's This! Wedr One Hundred Dollars Reward may cas of Catarrh that cannot bq HaI's Catarrh Cure. SJ. ¶ iENEY & ('O., Props.. Toled(, O. e o undersigned, have known F. J. yfor the last 15 years, and believe htly bonorable in all business Jens and financially able to carry obligation made by their Arm. g Truax. Wholesale Druggists, To S Walding. Kinvan & Marvin, b DDruggists. Toledo, O. le Catarrh Cure is taken internally, d..directly upon the blood and mucous of the system. Price, 75e. per Sold by all Druggists. Testimo erod to home happiness lies over -g. Oafg-stones. -German Syrup" Ian a farmer at Edom, Teas. I le used German Syrup for six successfully for Sore Throat, .Jug Colds, Hoarseness, Pains in efst and Lungs and Spittin...

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

THE PROGRESS. PUBLISIIEI) EVERY SATURI)AY BY C. D. HICKS. r _- - ffic Entered in the I'osa il. alt Ihreveport as Seccen-(:lis.8 Mail M itter. t 14 OVFICE: (;12 -lri ng Mtrccvt, ,ctlein M ilauii6 and Crocketr . -UBlSCII'PTION : 8 One Year ...."........ ...... . v... One Dolla ' Six Months .... .ixt..i...... Tbree Month... "......h.. rtu.tiu (Cuets : C. D. HICKS. - . - EDITOR. Oeial Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Union 1 mg3UVEPORT LA. IOVEMBER. 4. 1593. i Mate Farlrnrs' Alliance I)irertor,. President, John Pickett, Baton at Rouge. w Vice-President, Ambrose Mouton T Secretary. J. W. McFarland, 11o- le mer. gj Lecturer, A. Benoit, Monroe. 1i Chairman Executive Committee, .J e, G. Copeland, Aycock. La. sr Majority rule is Democratic doc- at trine. 01 The white man is the rightful sov ereign of Louisiana. ti No rule is safe except that of the is intelligent majority. Let us have silver as money because it is Honor's choice. Shun debt and live closely is the a masses, only salvation. u A ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 4 November 1893

!E POINT OF VIEW. Vi, , , I, them n At home. " I , h .ir worth and pridt, i- "i And there tl'iIl ht -lit:ahi, tire bhur clear. I'.nll, 'k. Features Of The Fair ."ri oty ill ior,;, tf:ºl, to ' llnllandl S e' ctwe'll dW u t:. p,. lniprins. we ll deserve it. Acting ºl"'" .%ndi-, 'l principle of merit, thi :' :.. (" ' n llnmitteet htI a ' Soreid indt.fati.ablvy for the, goiod of the Fsir. and have' dserv'd thel surceis that is overwh, iluingly theirs. In attendantce, s4"'lerior attral(tions, and bandMlnsol ;Iitn( varit,!i exhibit~, the, tigbth Annual Shr eveport F'alr may be classtl an a i.,e'd-l,reaker. Sle.ial ays, devoted to the 41'hol1, ehildren, Smeruchant, journalists, veterans sad drutIlu'hIrN have' drawn large trowds-and from racing by rapid boe to the feats of Haminen, the monarch o(f 1I1is1'lt', Fii'r visitrs have' bhad eodless atIllul-1nent. Is the afternl)llts. lth' gr'an stand Sbee thronge'd,. and there the' ob ger4lnt sl etator saw tlie boIasted beauty of the woman of Sh...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 4 November 1893

fIr 5 rnii r . C. D. HICER, d. and Prop SHREVEPORT, - - LA. E. i.A.I manifests a tenoency tk interfere in the affairs of Braii. 1 here is no part iu'llna reason for it unless that Braz,l's affairs are none iof England's ibusiness. .( Acco4pn to Kate Field's %'ashington: ""'The most ,fsfensive spectacle on earth to a self -reislect ing .American is one of his country men posing as a second-rate Eng)"sh man." A w. l;t;i forgotten resertvi "r waºi t;iapll'd at I.ockport. N. Y.. the otlher day by workingmen who were exca vating for a foundation. It bslonred to a system of water works aan doned many years ago. Ir's no use for New York to talk of carr'ying through a beat-the record world's fair scheme, either ten years or 10) years hence. New York is too cosmopolitan and not stliciently patriotic to do anything very great in order that the city as a whole may get the benedfiL liictroN detectives did a greati piece of work in exposing the scheme for wholesale smuggling of furs from Canada...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 4 November 1893

LEAD 01 1 In LED -1 ALTERNATIVE IN THE ANT GREAT CRISIS. piies, Jr., Preaches on "The I -d ie er,' the Last Sermon In *"The Comllg Reveolaton." a * we elagmen. yao. Oct. 29.-Rev. Thomas t Jr., gve the fifth and last ser rLseries for October on "The I .uvolution" in Association hall s . The specific subject of W as "The Call of the Hour." that the hour was one of i t importance to all who love sad right and live for that hu- < which is broader than self. He i Sto the politician to be a patriot - to adjust the state and its  tbe crying needs of the people. i to the rich to consider the responsibility to God and so- 1 , med by their great power, wed that they lead in social re ud thus best conserve their own mrss and the interests of the auesseled the restless masses of people to frown on all forms of 4 _ad put out of their organiza -ga h advocates, perfect their local and national, and to ad vote as a unit. He appealed upservative to hear with open pd fair mind the cry for a new ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 4 November 1893

TI-1E PROGRESS. IRREVEPONT LA. NOVEBKII, 4. 1893. ESTIMATES ON AS FITTING -AVl- - ZSectric light Work Faratmlad em applteation. c Oi 4.X, COKE AND TAR, FOR SALE BY AS COMPANY. LOCAL COLUMN. The skin games at the Fair grounds were stopped Thursday. The Nash case has been referred to New Orleans for hearing. The police jury met Thursday, but had no quorum and adjourned till the second Thursday in December. Mr. J. H. Fullilove's gin in Bossier parish with about 70 bales of cotton was destroyed by fire this week. No insurance. An electric car ran over a two year old negro boy Thursday morning in dieting such severe injuries that he died the same day. '~Me Too." Most Royal master Cleveland! said the servile worshippers in the House by a vote of 191 to 94. Of course the arch traitor hastened to affix his name and now silver is demonetized. WE WERE ON HAND, Though Not At The rair. This is the last day of the big Fair and we have been en hand all the time. True we had no exhibit on the grou...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 11 November 1893

T1HE PROGRESS. OL.2.-NO..41. SHREVEPO)RT, LA., SATURDAY. NOVEMBEIR 11, I8... PRICE, 5 CENT'-. C. RATZBURC, B UITIST. STexa stret, Ovet .SsSIlSWp1111 $. H. HICKS. R of MEDICINE. ,M. Carter's Drug Store. atjodgceA. W. 0. Hicks connection. DREYFUS, - WiTH NGCLOTHIER, M and 81St. (Chrles St. '% tw 0aL.w~s, LA. J11 SALE tlabeed land.principally: oa Cyprer bayou tw t well. Improved; new ), kitchen, servant's' t boUeiS g(NI4d bar" 7" or 80 0 m s undre ook farm In the S1ide; From SB~roprL. dweellg s id isrehin iwefliag and necessary amber; L fI mile fmr ii, Allendale. wit he acros the swon burn 1 waft ofVsLJ J. four and aIHN lats.n Or dWo otsem (lido yK «.born- w4 st4U -ows n Tos ma W U o let on Dsasvqrm d K two home-sad tans her he y" BBS Umnlt" 14. (a .5 £ (t. K HN DRY GOODS CO, LIMITED. A FEAST FOR THE' EYES. The Grandest and Choicest Stock of Dry Goods Arriing Daily. Every Train Arriving Adds New Beauties to Our Im mense Stock of Dry Goods, Silks and Novelty Suit ings. Our Line of Novel...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 11 November 1893

MAIZE IN NORWAY. By IT inn of wildest Norway. A dlark flord .elow, And tlh peaks of Norska Felh aboae. In b waste of eleamlng sno And eKtween the somber fir trees. ThI. mead where the kine feed free. Aid a mountain torrent leapino down, To be lost in the mPlatromt sea: Terte, in a narrow garden. )nn breezy August morn. I .aw, beside its hardy flowers. A tluster of Indian corn. And I said to blue-eyed Lena. Wit hbraided flaxen hair. The child of the inn who had brought me forth 'To see her small parterre. our land lies far to the froien north. And a day your summer spans. WI y do you plant the tropic maize When front the harvest bans? liarl ey and jats slid rye you may realp t" re yet the snows fall cold. itat the stately maize. the grain of the ..in. Will never yield its gold " . I'I' true." the maiden answered. . That frost our harvest bans tait we plant the beautiful waiving maize iToi please thel Americans 'lbcv smile when they see its shining lc:ae~, Arnd say on their boundless ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 11 November 1893

O n; endý Ceees U p.. i rsteatlve Nerve Plul mt free Ueekt t prove eriD t for sItamp L OO. snoo ox ..aa WLs re very few ildweeWful self-made T* eJob wau too, large for them. gIlo Keward. Ie00. i ader of this paer will be pleased leru that there in a least one dreaded --e that sumiene har Ihee able to cure ll its stage, and that Is Catarrh. 3 Catarrh t'ure Is the only pomltive known to the melleal fraternity. being a "'onntitutlonal disease, re oa nltutlonA l treatment. hllal'. P 'ure is taFken internally, acting nJy on the Moo d and mutous sur dof the starn,, thereby destroying Sefoualatin toI the' disease. and giving o patient trentth Ity uImilhllnKg cl the 0amtitution aned a. ilsing nature ia dolng o work Thli irolrlietlorm hivpt o om0lch in itrs rc rntice Ire •Pwer at that they offer oe uadre liinrler for anyl case that it bile to cuare t I,.1 for list of teetimonlal. S rM n, I' .1 ' I tN ) : Y& t'().,''letlo, tc i- c d O i Irn 'r' i t. ''c.. T nly "~nv to kLe". ftrollcm...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 11 November 1893

7-1 L PROGRESS. "r - ),;t) 1.;\'.I itv A I''IIi 1 I111 C. D. HICKS. - ... . .t I - 1 f t" I .1111 1 0 sl j 1 , I.,, • Ii r I I "1'1, 1 l 11 \ .Ii s.. l rulr nl Cnrln Pari I t 11 9,^ ^ U' in RIMBXPORT LA. NOVEMlEI'. 11 189.1. &.a i4 11s11 s s.'& u " ill : 1t I . I ., 3- .v -. ,ilaht, JI n 1 1 1. . 1:nth,, .S ra. 1'1o.d'-olt, by bteih t~-I .,eee . ct ,a r o.dtary. .I. \\. ,1,1 '' ; t1 ,. lit ' er  r r, A. i led et. 1t 1 ',r." ,ir.".rir n h ,t,,.ill iv.' S ' . nth itt'I', .1 Im- B - itaht iI the Newrwof th. Sk onnthe rn • 1 t r pr.ldit iy'tlll i ' ,I, wll the isk**9 cronshtion to daNY Ahl r  aR h Pe alo |lrlllde l izc I elii *Ii :o( d at itt 'l'1 farmluers, lidaiorls, thne si't xlsr. ' i verywhere I,,. Iohe broiirtd fur . J t ." minK political fray. iwL another New Yotrk a aote iy.o ý'ii k l ,for president iln 9.f,; will tle l 3ia'1.t d South 1 nlhulit to thit 1'. i)prvide hog al a ~drininy and ittrI Fr the table and stadlo, hhlcnaI Abe 1e1 farmerl aim for this nl-t e...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 11 November 1893

THE POINT0 O VIEW. it hasd ,, i b, - rnwhat Arched 1, ,b , I,: at : rnl , 'hd hb' y11 yh lizal th' . t1,,: l r avt I i 11h1* lsnd r ;~~ n that , I, u h, n wr, ,,,n,, n .t ,,...I I n ,,tal - " c uit " i. to hae " ..... i ' • ... .. S g l dofe tI"t 'l ' , '. r- t .iat',. I ,' it a t • S _ writr- t ,r ' fIrm 'rly rn ,i' l,tn a c1m o ew anb '"tutu anti ''''" ti"' w'tr'' prl ii itb in jti,'tu andt their t" ri. t t at Ola ents tma l' tlhl wI ll-knfwa n in 5. sliiterart h l 't ',,I th ti, city. SEitah' I ;iiat, l oI -n 'd ht r ll ril ' at caryr , tB n t a writ er on th. l'imt,e i; .mcrat. It mtviný to N'ow York l hbher youn . r r, t,.r. Ml art a:'_t.. is. . opolitan Matazin,, and her trip *d tldhe w ttl or l was unditr the at ' tllsof his, jortlal. tA sjourn in Euriopei ftollowi d the, 'geaorable tour. and the el.bv,,r Loui.,i S sllens t h,'r t in' lrotitably abroad Sstudy, Blan t th,' ,ompanionshipt o Wding lit.rary f1,Ik "'er,,. th, piit." With an int, rnat rinal eIhrity. Mini island...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 11 November 1893

fiGe lregtess. C. D. HICKR, Ed. and Prop. SHREVEPORT, - LA. THE Immense burning glasses with which Archimeles hurn,-d the ships of the besie~g'rs of Syracuse at ten miles distance we..re ni.ver manuifac tured, and it i- now known that they could "ot be. ALEX ~X~i:t Ii' (:EI..ATr l;d not weep for other worlds to ,onln .r. There is rea-son to, sl p~lcct that his army met with a ction.s r.Ver-e, in India. a fact that indu.ceud himtl to ,i tr-cc his steps. lssiNvANi , has ti;ty-*w,' , sons in the national cors.'-t. ix of them being in the senate. T'\o (, nu ators and twenty-eight rIpresent, tives make up her own Imllmner-hip. Two of the ot!,.rs are r. pr,.entin Massachusetts d itricts. two Mis:- i. and ten other statesiud one tcrr;i',ry send one each. TilE legal techni'ality i ,. . a now triumIph u. the side of w( i, former ach iceronen!t- pale. Ic a murder tr.;: in liriti-h ( "ol1um, :u1a I ante-mortem -tateinent was kcpt oLut of evidence on the lucid anil cov.ne ing objcctio:a 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. — 11 November 1893

t THOMAS DOXON, JR., ON "THE pROPHECIES OF THE FAIR." ~lfm N w .erir. of Sermons by ( grant New o,,rk Ilivilne-- awn tDI)a D.f We'stern lhsmination Ir i l y,,1K Nov. 1. -- Rev. Thlomas . Jr.. hegan a f;t w seri.es of sor io Assoc.iatin hall this morning. abject of tht' now -~ries he. gives as prophecies of the WVorld's Fair." -i] discuss in this the baring of the exposition upon the tlquestions of Fprt ilat'y of the West." "'The l of the Futur,.'" "The Future a Sabbath In Ameri ie." and "'The Ieigion of Industry," among other theme for this morning's discourse ..Western Supremac'y." He de that the loh'ation of the fair at and its triumphant management t cgity was one of the most siglnifi -eata in our national history and spq.etic of a new era in our na lte. The real, ts for this success, , were due to tile youth, strength, s enterplrise and exhpustless re of the great west. He predicted Ie west in the near future would .dydmainate American life, political. Sad economic. He urged t...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 11 November 1893

THb PROGRESS. IBBEV-PORT LA. NOVEMBER,  I. 1893. ESTIMATES ON AS FITTING Electric Light Work FurnisheIl em appliketion. COKE AND TAR, rot WATLE Bt AS COMPANY. LOCAL COLUMN. The farmers must quit depending on cotton. The last was the best Fair ever held m Shreveport. Shreveport is one of the best cotton markets in the South. The ticket system grew to be very popular and the kickers soon began to kick themselves. Mr. Lloyd Bowers, Jr., was award ed the suit of new clothes offered by Mr. Sam Dreyfus of L Hein, as a premium for the best boy rider at our Fair. Dr. Chas. C. McCloud tills teeth without pain. The latest improved methods in the practice of dentistry employed. Old ways must give way to new ones. Tom Kinder the notorious despenr do of Olaiborne perish surrendered to authorities Sunday. Rewards amount ing to $1800 had been offered 'for his apprehensien "A chemical success and medical triumph," so apeaks an eminent phy sielan in reference to Ayer's Cherry Peotoral; and the eulo...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 18 November 1893

TH Ei PROGRESS. •O .II.. ii'l ()I-' . LA., SAT I l..,)AY. N' )V.Mili I~- 1. Imp. eIl li)' i iI )\ IT. . M I J il lllliIIIIIII11111111111111 .C.RATZBURC, p1I T IST. mm Tes"* Street, Over gu.aheimer's. l. t1 11lltlllt ll11 llI Iftt H. HICKS. R of MEDICINE. S l, M. (' rter'- I)retm !tore. at.lulitge A . W. I)l lick eou.n,'tifon. -DREYFUS, W-ITH- E"IEINH DING CLOTHIER, 6 0, pM alid m; pt. ('Ihnt'ies t. New( Nal.w i:A~ , LA. of timlt.rrtl lii.. IErEln i tplly i.fpll ll, 1 ('epsy per |ll u, two upland. well impjveoil: Ine. room'), kitlie. o, '1rvatt'1 I  e nrlle t ( Iellli, : gcl, sI lir. Lguni; 6Ms or 14l ' nr'* ,t rer lguest sek farm in ItIhe State: lwew from Shrevelorl. dwellli a81 I84) sllIrtore port. La. - ddwelling and nc.·eeAry rret aimlnwr: hnlf mileII from Jeuctlot. lo t. Allendale., with inm st ar-os the satree. fromlu mineral wu l w o Col. J. J. lth.i four 1aid a balf lotl o0n and two lots on ('addI let on ('rockett tdmet. ItaStld a half on Willamnole bulle o botme andll ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 18 November 1893

DR. AMICK'S DISCOVERY. Isolation of Consumptieon s Causing Wide. Spresd Consternation AMONG MANY THOUSAND CONSUMPTIVES. Merits of the Proj-ct Argued b5 Prominent Physi clans--Ihe Acton of the Michigan Board of Health. The recent aetion of the Michigan State "oard of Health in placingig con surnltion on the li t of con' Ii2! usll dlic.a-e.i an l r, ci;ri g -i ',afel'lnards to irelt rut i;s ,.lread. i cautit g wide -1 readl inewsla.er discussion as to the I"toprioty of similar action in other 1,atA's. Not ,,nly has the Miichi:gan kBoard otf lealth taken this radicial step, but tI..e (ounlty Medical soc-iety of I'hila dt,'iphih has peltitione I the Bloard of J Healthl there to isolate, consulmptives. 'I o e an-.American (ongress al-o ai,',ed a resolatilon at the recent' liaslhingtoll convention calling on thel Ntinali (lovernment to take ,tCeps in the s.ano direction. even going so far I a: to ask ['resident ('leveland to give his personal attention to the rmattr. The result has Ieen...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 18 November 1893

_w." _\Kr t c.r r.1rvo 1 Yil is t free ok oproer\r I.rt, for cstamp .1_ I) s'o.S r Mox W..aci ne Wi, 4pontlei op}u 1,-,r- in our heart for "t i r o re iI. brfT o , Ot '. frll llL 0 ,Li a. A 0["IT ?T I. a .L  I ('." \Ea a:tkt,- ,,th that hr i. I IC-" },mrtnr of the tirum of F. J. S ~., ,Iui; I l ini - ill the t'itv : CLdO. (ouut :'old S-ltate afore.-aid. arnt ai lai rtin wili |I \ tIhe lInII of O()-: -RE -l 1ºl,, I. I'  r each and e!erv S•'of -(at uh.l'il Iliit *.:lllln ,t 144 i d'llltd by tti i ,f l\ " of it - i44'ntler, A. I). o the i Sntit for testito frli, - le4 ,I . '. "\ & I 0., 'TIl.. 1 45 .. . a. . tl I'l:t 1 "'h t h o'." I ..ut of oiltr '1rble Is' ta:l'. '-,l- ih over \ith thile erman :s Syrup" yy acquaintance with Boschee's IOeman Syrup was made about foulr Ig years ago. I contracted a cold c resulted in a hoarseness and nigh which disabled me from fill-. umy pulpit for a number of ,ab S-After trying a physician, t obtaining relief I saw the isemcnt of your remedy ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 18 November 1893

T PE PROGREiSS. PUBLISHED EVERY SATIRI)AY BY C. D. HICKS. Entered in the Postofice at Shreveport as Second-Class Mail Matter. OFFICre 612 Spring Street, between Milanm and Crockett. UB.-lICI ITIUS : One Yeir. ..... ... .... ......o. ne Dllar 6i. Montt-:i ............ ... . .ixt. - Cfive t'~t. Three Monthh .................Th:r-; e Cc t' C. D. HICKS. - - EDoITR. Offcial Jurnal Caddo Parish Far.ters Union IRINEVEPOT LA. NOVEMBER. 18. 1893. St 'l ! .r': r-I ' .Allian re IDirw' to .; . Pre. il,.t, Jhn1 1'icktt. Un:.to: Roug e'. Vlc,-P're-idenrt, Ambrose Monton ;Siecrtttry, J. \V. hlcl"ar!buw, 1i:, mer. Lecturer, A. Benoit. Monroe. Chai;ran Executive Committee, J. G. Cipolatnd, Aycozk, Le. WL:at lessons will the people learn 1 from the recent elections? Crush out the penitentiary lease. God h:imself will sanction this act. Theo T'own Talk will please give the lengt., size and age of its Calcasieu .ward t:attlesnalke. t Now York has rebuked Croker, will L >rsisiana do the same for F...

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