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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 23 December 1893

EPOINT OF VIEW. `i S-io yT MISS MARY E. LAND. ,',ir Ia nn t tClhin i ll . !hit i , , klin. ti, -iknighlil"t l ar i 1" ii. I ,lr" jii  u a ir, ,.t i f i ,nl ti, fash lli n. . Il Ah tll. Y of 't t 'riatl itruth ithat. i*arnllor i-. 'vel'" well SI to the i-nlo.eS a Vo asna hludl hal . tl'ra.'d f ld it is only I wh.n' -hie htat- braedll' lsely that thit h iuolr olf ianalnhllod Mrl. Caroline E. Merrick. l"~ 'arolinil' I':. .,orriok. of New * Is a I,, -l l, of her el x in the , . A Aliit iI. wollh andil high imi Shave giv'lln lihr a sitIhnt inlihenn'e, linB -i temiprac lnd a  lotlTralge'-the to whic h have' aiolplahled miost A to her.-ho'r notable worlk hais p0oampli.hed. Intem'iely wnoman- 'f sympathetic', .lshe hal- heihi the of hocr tex. and liul Won the 'l'i and co't-ol'r'tiin of toT" (io,4'1 ye. antd tronl iniuol ul ik . \i Southeln W m 4iibi a- 410ion1 , ilmor', Sh r hcllon'e of tl'rilsranitliet than lMrs. k. ,ie' t.a- t he fololnoi' of thei a Womn a W do olt:l' I ti T li-...

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 December 1893

C. D. BICES, Ed. and Prop S-REVEPORT, - A. KAISIR WILLIAM'S preposterous egotism provokes unive'.'al -:'aw v among foreigners, but to the German nation it is rather too serious a mat. ter to laugh at. A capital of $52,000,000 is invested W in the nursery interest in 172,000 acres of land. In all horticultural a pursuits the entire capital is esti- bi mated at over $1.000,00J.0 ) by the tt sensus of the agrioulturai depart-, is mont. P1 A registered letter that was re- w ceived at the Portland, Maine, post- ii office the other day bore a stamp ofi" the $4 denomination. It would have gone for the usual ten cent fee and t' postage. The stamp-collecting fad H was suggested as an explanation, the tl stamp that had been used being re- - garded by enthusiasts as more valua- m ble than an uncanceled one. b TILE smokeless powder is not prov- o01 ing such an unadulterated success in tc Europe as was looked for. It is said a that at least 500 Italian steel field j< pieces have been ruin...

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 December 1893

fIN WO w( )RLD) LIFE. ! sell, . THOMAS DIXON SEES DAWNING AN INTERNATIONAL LIFE. . Ipeat Divine i Seventh Sermon on I M x prophecles of the World's Fair." land _ made of one itlood-Jesus Christ aiii ritof All Mankind. it ,'-Iw YORK. Dec. 17.-Rev. Thomas and -'o4 Jr., preached this morning the in B I dtb sermon in the series on "The save i pecies of the World's Fair." The and Sasect for today was "The Dawn of cin lnational Life." TI oe reviewed the international char as b of the exposition as one of the If t ,y indications of a real world life I fat israpidly dawning upon mankind. the } a.eclared that the closing days of this wry were heavy with the promise of N agistless fraternal internationalism, thro .ideoed for us in the supreme cosio,- ietr Pitanism of trade, in the annihilation sm, doatinental and cmanic distance, in the s progress of engines of war, the nec- lea sgy growth of international laws, the mslviv' r.al fraternity of science, let- erin s, z mnsic and art. He appeale...

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 December 1893

HENRY DREYFUSS & SON'S Third AInal Clearing Sale NOW IN PRO mSS 5,000 875,0001 WORTH OF Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Ira aOrpets, Eto., ItQ . AT OR BELOW COST, FiOR CdNIH O.?ILF' Sveryone knows the season has been backwrard, and • as a consequence we have a large SACCUMULATION -:- OF-:- GOODS On hand which we are determined to sell regardless of whether we lact MAKE 'A PROFIT OR NOTI IN FACT, WE MEAN TO TURN OUR STOCK INTO CASH!o .r WE DON'T OFFER A  ' ARTICLES AS BAITS But everything in the Ihouse goesl n -- inT --ogN ..0. BEJLO, - 510Da Idali, tq~ FV$S& SO a LOOK OUT F NORNO Buy where you can do the Best and that place is BEl' OLZMARS DHY GOODS HOUSE OF SHREVYEPORT, A, I have a splendid stock of Dress, Fancy and Staple ( ,,oo , \r;is a,,,,1 'i " of all kinds as well as lotions, ioots, Hats and Shoes tor Men, W1,mou n :n:,i Cii ": ' fact I have everything that is usually kept in a FIRST-CLASS 1)rv (G,,ods ,,u : cluding General Household Goods and some more besides: all o...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 December 1893

. ITHE PROGRESS. VOL.2.-- N 4).'4.1IIiE\ P )II', 1,., SAIITU I)AY, 1)I;('1;I. ). : , I19. I'I1('E, '' TAKE WARNING! - / / i / / THE BANKKRUPT STOCK OF . `/ ; Must positively be closed ouf by January 1. Parties needing Dry Goods ; or Shoes should take advantage of this Cheap Sale at once. /, /,, ,/ /."",pX "5' '' " M 1M- I UN 1 tSNISnI UII tHIUi IU 1 UNlUtJ N SHItII ti a tlitiNUUIrII II 1 -I-- - PROGRESS, .... Published at . . . .º SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA. I THE PEOPLE'S PAPER. I AL. 0. HICKS, Editor. N.0 . GOODWIN, ' esseesand ,','rs. .3 IMARY E. LAID, Sciety Editor. . F. ,ILLILAND e -4Y---- INDEPENDENT IN THE DIS ION OF ALL PUBLIC STIONS; THE CHAM N OF PUBLIC SCHOOL T1EM; CONTAINS THE LEAN NEWS OF THE DAY. . ADVOCATES THE CLAIMS I OF MORALS, RELIGION & THE RULE OF THE PEOPLE f--ý-' ' HAS A SOCIETY DEPART MENT NOT EXCELLED BY SANY JOURNAL. The Best Weekly in North Louisiana. _ SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER YEAR. HE JOB OFFICE.__ I. well equipped and all work turned out in guaranteed to...

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 December 1893

Irkr jrogress. ," D II ('Kt, Ed. and Prop. 61 IlE" I l'O)RTT. - LA. Two Indian lads at an (,::I ... school were allwed t.i .:t hIol. ' ol a gun apiece si1d tho'e .lli'cker ,,el. ble'wI the head otT his comnr.:ue O)n:\ a short time Ilefort' a eCr l'-ctl'-t r.Ed pupil had h,,.,n seald,.d to I.h lth through carhel,...neiss. A few mi''re incidents such as these and thl, cause of Indian ,Dlueation will heii to languish in I r',gon. Lwxwi E:ns have found a technicality whereby they expect to save the neck of a sailor condemned for Ilur der on the high seas. and concerning whose guilt thorn is no qu1esti,'n Having accomplished this injury to society, they will do well to have another technicality handy. the ,Pur pose of the second one being to shield themselves against the charlge of being more dangerous and usele,ss than a homicidal sailor. T1hi physicians wl,' have tiled away "heart failure" as heo cause of ex-Secretary Rusk's death have some thing to explain. They might as well say brea...

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 December 1893

P. rr.pIdent. . 3. BI('KS, Vie-Pr,.,rit nt. W. T. ('RAWFURD. Fer'y and Tre DII~EECTO IS. TC. .Ir K%, S. B T('1, W. T. 4"A .W tIll)D. F. II. CosMAN, W. F. CIHAS. 11 NJ AMI d G ATZ of Warlen, Jo . & (Grat,,t. .(t oui. Mt. THE HICKS COMPANY (LIMITED), fHOLESALE GROCERS & COTTON FACTORS, 115 AND 117 T;EXA' STRlI. ET, MilI,\'El't 1T'1', I.:i. ,;*rhouses: Corner Soring and Travis and Travis and Common Strtas. A. KAHN, 123 and 125 Texas Street, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In ,"I" a'n' Itoves, Crockery ata%4 Glasswar e, Tinwareo PS AND HOUSE- --FURNISHING GOODS Sole Agent for the Celebrated Charter Oak an ek's Brilliant Stoves and Ranges. A Full Line of Heating Stoves and Cheap Cook' I Stoves. '" Country Orders Respectfully Solicited. L RDWARE COMPANY, LIMITED, -Dealers and Jobbers In EAVY HARDWARE, And Shelf Goods. IALTIES: Munger's Improved Elevators, Feeders, Ii and Double Box Presses, Daniel Pratt's Gins, Feeders Condensers, Cotton Press Fixtures and Wire Rope for Standard Cot...

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 December 1893

THE PROGRESS. eC BLMISEI) nEVERY SATIRI)AY BY tr C. D. HICKS. a ýt/Jre. in the PovI t: ltir . at. l report as Second-Clus', Mail .lltt . i tt' Ft12 Spring Stlct, bet'crt11 .lIam .is sUBSCt:IPT ION: , M*nth- . ...Ot -e ruts  l ar . . ..... . . ... . . . . . . . . . . . - '. - V E P C. 0. H;CKS. EDIToR. P ---- si lti al Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Union is] •Iaw3Z EPORT LA. DECEIBER3. 0 1898. t ti ~.;ak Farmners' Alliance Directory. President. John Pickett, Baton o V:c-President, Ambrose Mounton. Se.'retary, J. V. McFarland, Ho suer e Lctnrer, A. Benott, 3Monroe. C('lairman Executive Committee, J. 1 •:. Copeland, Aycock, La. t THE OLD YEAR. Bsut two more days, this and to ,:,marrow, remain of the old year. atd ' st 12 o'clock on the night of the last :ahy, 1893 will have passed into the great beyond and forever and ever will have no communion, no place in the .,,iety of any person. potentate .or power save Recollection alone. The old year has been a life amid masoy vicissitudes 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. — 30 December 1893

POINT OF VIEW. for cul i -~-- NSE ARY E. LAND. Editor. ke sax R"aiýir. hlii hl: a i kere thy Plic.;:w.d lift: pan-- me c.a Is years. tlai -o0ering sl'r!". thy summrer's ar 'jt strengt h. tal her autumn fading into age. lan fie, concluding winter come at lt,-For what' . de bher in a never ending spring." W++ ats Tact. ta( we were asked the strongest at- «I power of woman, we would say, ytingly, tact. Beauty pleases qe.-but its charms are as cvanes asthe flush of sunset clouds, as th as the life of a flower. is pleases the heart-it forms a khe symmetry of character, and an tic and priceless quality that spring; from godol breeding, . uase and good nature and may hi, ted, though in its fullest ando Ssate it is innate. This delicate s ge of the fitness of thihgs is v born. not made. necessity for tact in all of the of home and society is neither nor appreciated-it is the er lubricates the wheels of life for running. woman with tact is ever the most w member of her sex. She is lx te-she ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 December 1893

BJU INESS OF* '"1'O A.1 V. REV. THOMAS DIXON, JR., ON "THE COURT OF HONOR." The Nest to the Last Srmlaon of the Series on "The Proph'ele of the World's Fair." Is the Modern Ilualness World a Court of Ilonor? NEw YOtaK, Dec. 24. - Rev. Thomas Dixon, .Ir., surprised his audience ih Association hall this morning by an nouncing before the serman that after the Hfirt dlay of .January he would stop the publiccation of his errmns. He said: "I have inforniotl the American Pr.s Association that with the chltm of the present series I will no longer furuist. my sermo:as for publicati, in. I have two reasons for this: I al nit yet 30 years old --I am writing too much thus early in life. I desire to spelnd several years in study before writing more. Besides, with any prtesent mecthodls of work andt study I find the menthod of advance prep aratton of manuscript for the press an intolerable drain on my time and ener gies. " The aerrnon this morning was on "The Court of llhnor, ' the next to the ...

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 December 1893

Samily Lamatlve. a__ s are not inclined to recom-. self medication to the laity. tLer is one teed, says the Ameri. L Asalyst, ..hich they are almost to supply. We refer to the lazti ve." The family phy. able to prescribe for the most ted and obscure of maladies is often puzzled to know just to give when asked for a remedy .an be kept in the house for use as a laxative, that shall be free from danger, and not un t to take. When absent on oul vacation we were asked by foul tparties, representing as many tl what we thought of the In of Figs." Not one word did we t) on the subject, and we were amt surprised to find that there thiD small token of the very gen -le of that preparation. These said they derived more benefit t it sad found it more pleasant to &' ths anything of the kind they si Sevr used. The simple question ,i them was, is it a dangerous com ? We informed them that its ingredient was a preparation of e' sad that it was entirely free 11 danger. With this assurance ' velu...

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 December 1893

THE PROGRESS. URREVEPONT LA. DECEMBER. 30. 1893. ARRIVAL AID DEPARTURE OF TRAINS Pacten-er traina reach Shreveport and de part as followsr TEAU AND PA(I'IE'. No. 51 West-Bound lenv,,s ............... 2 a m No 52 East-Bound leaves ... ........... 00 p m No. St West-Bound leaves.... ....t.1: p m No. b4 East-Bound leaves ............ 5 am VICKIIBRO.PII A.VErPORT AND PA(lFI(C. SaST BOUND. and C. leaves Shreveport ......... 7: am and C, leaves Vicksburg .......... 4:0 pm and C. leaves Atlanta ............ 200 p m .Mar FOUND. and C. leaves Atlanta ............ 1015 a m and C. arrives at Atlanta........ :5 pm and C. leaves Vicksburg .......... 20 pm Q and C. arrives atilhreveport ....... -0e p m COTTON 33LT-NORTH ROUND. Leaves Shreveport................... 4:40 pm Arrive at Lewisville........... ... .:45 pm Leaves Lewiville ................... :lS p m Arrives Memphis....... .............. t : am Leaves Lewislille................... Rt3 pm Arrives Texarkana..................1 p m COUT h 5k...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 January 1894

THE PROGRESS. (OL.2.-N(). .. S llE ' )'I'T, LA., SATRI.IIi)A ,Y IAN CI',A Y , I"; .I. I'I{I('lE.5 IglIHi llenI uIIIIII$ I I'es a IIH IIss nea uniI luIIInIen IIIIII IH IIIIIW M g IlMlfti liiflilllillti lUU IU(nlttllla3 ithilllittlitlitMillltullil''= PROGRESS, I .. u. Publised at .... SH REVEPORT. LOUISIANA. THE PEOPLE'S PAPER. O, HICKS, Ld tor. N. D. GOODWI LP M gARY E. LAND, Sfcwty EdRltr. " . F. GILLILAWtD. PENDENT IN THE DIS )"ION OF ALL PUBLIC TIONS; THE CHAM- = OF PUBLIC SCHOOL ' EM; CONTAINS THE N NEWS OF THE DAY. - ADVOCATES THE CLAIMS -'= OF MORALS, RELIGION & -_ THE RULE OF THE PEOPLE  8~ HAS A SOCIETY DEPART r MENT NOT EXCELLED BY SANY JOURNAL. - e Best Weekly in North Louisiana. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER YEAR. =. E JOB OFFICE =.= i v., . 'l'6il'nd wa'lI all work tu'rne l o,? is -uaranteed to I Fir t -('la.., L; a- [,. ,t sri.es. -iuMii rH116iIMINilINl l I HIMt MlM4 tuItINSINtt IfIi m WANIS' AID FAIERS' BAKI, * 12; TEXAS STREET. D UP CAPITAL $150,000.~-- -CARTER, Presid...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 January 1894

WHITED & WHELESS., --Wholesale and Retail LUMBER DEALERS. --Make a Spe'iialty of- CASING, BASE, MOULDING, :: :: S :: SSDIN , Fl OR IND CEI IN., Also Cypress Shingles, Sash and Doors. BOTH WHITE PINE AND CYPRESS. COUNTRY ORDERS SOLICITED. SHREVEPORT, LA. MARKET ST, RESTAURANT, Lunch Counter And Oysters Saloon. . MEALS AT ALL IIOUlts DAY AND NIGHT. AD LES Can find , P 1,:. ): arl or where they can :i. their Lunch or Meals in compny with others or alone. a, there is no saloon nlear oulr busilness. ()lOur 'hle is a ) a plied with all the delicasies of the season. Visitors from the country w 1! t ndt it a pleasant place to stop. 8 508, 510 and 512. Market Street. ii C. C. Hardman & Co., Wholesrle and Retail Dealers in RED CYPRESS SASH, 'DOORS, Blinds, Mantles, Mouldings, Brackets, and all Tnterior o iHouse Finishing Goods, 608 and 610 Spring St., City Hotel Block, t p SHREVEPORT, - - - LOUISIANA a b S. B. McC UTC H EN, Bd .I KER . ItI T, L STRINGFELLOW, CASHIER A General Banking...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 January 1894

Seete many people who like tc , be kept at stables and stockyards. * Oil is the best friend not only but of dumb beasts as well. For joints, straintd tendons, old sores a dIs, ad wounds of all kinds there - Idy like Salvation Oil. Price 2c si bottle. gl really want a man to keep coo bls him so. gtestimonials which the mail brings it day run thus: "Dr. Bull's Cough - ceed the baby of croup." 'It cured amost distressing cough;" or'"it yvlttle ly, of sore throat." "Ve I set do without it.' 11~rs are the cleverest thought read tell you exactly what vou think. 1 1.. KNOWLEDGE glbs comfort and improvement and :jL to personal enjoyment when eaud. The many, who live bet Sothers and enjoy life more, with 1xpenditure, by more promptly the world's best products to of physical being, will attest value to health of the pure liquid dve principles embraced in the lldy, Syrup of Figs. b excellence is due to its presenting flte form most acceptable and pleas itthe taste, the refreshing and truly p...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 January 1894

TH. PFROGRESS. euillA.Sill I EI , b , U.\T II Y.'. Ben F. 0illlanI. N. D cGodw. ('. . il A :W l'. *........ MISS NARY E. LAND, ....Society Editcr Eu c. in the I'." t'.dti' .! -hr ,A part t. (,F. :"l ,I.2 ,lriung ...tI,. I,,t , 3c:'.am S i tl ., t - Ii . .... ........... ....... . " 1x . " 1.\€' . :It" T 1.:. .. ,i.h ... .......... ... i'h:rt. -:ivti Cctul - C. v. HICKS. - - - - EDITOR. GOti:ia! Journal Caido Parish Farmers Union 8 EREVEPORT LA. JANUARY. 6 1991. It " ".aliru, ' . lt ilth a e Ii '.1't,,ls. I're- ilet!It. John l''ic!;.tt. ! t,, - . et.tary, J. WV. }IcI .:la?:.., l,0 S.'lP! '. L.,.i aror, A. Beeost. V,,'ire. S ,airuno l'.xeenutie ('Otnltui'ite''. . I G. Cop,.Iant Aycock, ILa.. \We hope our people will ntt be de luded with the idea of l,.aving the question of an election law to any vote which will put the matter off too late for operation in '96. Cotton receipts from September slet up to Tuesday night amouttetd to 1072 bales at Benton: 1475 bales at Plain Dealing; 583 ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 January 1894

TtE POINT OF VIEW. ' gIsg MARY E. LAND, Editor. ti k e r . .,.l I tl t . . , ,n i n , 4 l a:l , 4 . l h aork' Of n1i ' ir f1 . Ia,,l. 4n4a I :I 44 fi - I: Harmonious Manners. I WV'hat ha 41ntnuY." i. 4L m ,, hl  ,O(th ,,. , (' :,. ntl, m an n ,r, i- to, w., r p N I I, a rm t, 1. M, t-i, hath l t'hltl4lt K SO(sIth III, .:'.Iw ', ra t,l t 4to . r  ot n 1un4i,- r4t444n ii. h11 1K 1th 1h.. it 1. on 4trtl If 444t44 "t '101 111 '. i 4 Not thel. i d, tl, ti' ' -1 t14 4 1 t xqu i ,' .i - 44 ,s rL , ho t tI. ilh' namllrllllll lot Wit llian pIlhtt . pon thi, h,: rt -.trim+:. ,tih0 na\ h, Ih S ulti 'y h11anll ,' t-, 4'i41 r, , ;'u , 1 ut11 1 w , 1 ga dher4 - ,iIlhily III if iinh rm.onio'u. s ' foner' stik . all 11 tenm 1 1' f h1" r1 - Ii pre miI - 11'ii8i 4 4il444444l4, I. I' r1 t *, t 4ll4 444. ; 11 4f4.1. th ln " 2lhe art' ,1, w j ht,! tl ~f , 'llhJ' \ llctn tl, yl'I, 1 tl,' 111 · F Ie a rl tt"Inno l (,( " '.pri mi a- th,. "llat Slih fom th' 1 n ' l 1 t4 llt Ir i- th' illl - i' ' oiy 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. — 6 January 1894

('. I). HI('liS. i"d ind I'rop SHREVEPORT. - - LA. A fss A .'. pre .'h I rt t gtli.w t he wa. d.li'.'rit th' 1 un r,' l '; e n'. , of a womanI . wa, l.a, the mniil o.f th. house was d. :i.l, and t llhe malll:L ha to listen to a c'ulogy 1uiton h,'r-.ilf ('ommtent is unIIne;Iciet. a v 11now. tIoubt-h - less when the prttari'-"r got to a t - cluded spot he tcovered thl .":' ,.! fully. Siltl 'i'IN,; is a lpa-sion with m;tntg women. and. tion the whot, a pai ,n that should he :ratilied lint w h, n shopping devtelolps iutnat oshliftin it is time to ctall a halt And it it not condlcive to good morals tot dignity such an act with such a polysylla uical name as kleptlrnania. Let us characterize it properly -in good old Saxon termN. )Ox of the most molancholy sight, in nature is a man trying to butli t Christmas pre.sent for a womlan. iie knows in a vague, way that the plres eut lmust not be a pair of sulpenlldters or a shaving set. but when he comns to particularize the poor tian laps...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 January 1894

ROSS PURPOSES. 0 D 1898 o_= ==__- . H WIS, BAILIE & CO., L'T'D. tiREVEiPORT - - - - - LA. t d 1~·f r Excursion Ticket; --AT - LOW RATES - VI THE - SRLD'S FAIR -AND TO TIBB-. m u MOUNTAINS - OPON WITUCIT, VIllNI and the CArOUNAS, -40 TED- 68 AND WOODS, -or , MICBIGANQ AND IINNEgOTA, atICae0, 'INCINNATI, LOUISVILL • AND ALL TES Sumrn Resrws ITESr STATIES AND CANADA. routes, time tables and all ltnor essary for a summer trip. address et the Company. N, s. O. WARNER,. Ag'r Ape t. POe IPmser Ig.t. Ligs, ie rs .WORTS TEX. TYLER, TE L . V. LaEAUUE, **er'wlPie awd TrbtdesmC ST. LOUIS. MSO e on ,& -o sio, -AND RAILWAY. SHORTEST LINE TO t e and Galvetu, ALL POINTS IN SOUTIl AND WEST TEXAS breveport at. ... . , last.................Ulp , veport at.......... 10 p n. lLufilnwith It. Louis, Arkan Railway. MLo stn with Houston & Tesas 1 bern Pacillc. Colorado sad 8ste 1 Abtoelo and Aransas Pass Rail  abrmatlon for time and rates, call P. A. LACY, Aest, Sh report; e or address a, L d....

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 January 1894

THE PROGRESS. IIUI VBPORT LA. JANUARY, 6. 1394. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS Passengir trainl reach Shreveiport RIII Iie part as frllou 1IXAR AND PA' III'. No. !S Wenat t1'.ind leave.. ... .i . na m No. 52 East Iound leaves.... ....... No. !?: WNet aInlnd leaves ....... ' 1 i m No. b4 East Hound leaves.. . a in VICtK5BURO.-HRitVEi ilT Aill I A' IrF'. and C. leavel Shreveport . ...h. t:0o am . anlld C, leaves VicksLunrg . I. 2 p nl and C. Irlves Atlanta ............. 0 p m and C. leaves Atlanta ...... nl 1 aim . and " arrives at Atlanta... ..... I: pm . and '. leaves Vick turrg ........2.:(0 p n Q and C. arrives at"hrevelport . .. .:0 pm rO.TTO1N ItELT-nORT4H nortI. Leaves hreveport............. 4... 40 pm Arrive at Lewilsvillee............... , p in Leaves ILes svlle .................... w p in Arrives Memphis............ am in Leaves Isewisville............. ... s :' pm Arrives Tesarkana........ .......... 10:20 p i iont H I4 M1' . Leaves Memphis...... ...... ...... :40 pm Ar...

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