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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 March 1894

T E POINT OF VIEW. MISS MARY E. LAND, Eaitr. Five 0 Clock Tea. ,oal' ,tO!'. a 1 u sr th i'i (': kil ll'i tia s l1ait li-lin di ir Ih ial faii. f ' ii i b tgii', nt. in I-e 'ri po t ,I iit ln t '. - :ii, I, It-t h i, at!e slovieIt i i thnl- !- (eite Olokpinen FveThe OCloek Tea. i io l "itn - le ... wrhllh Ial iit ,tna wr atre',- tar t' i-li- I , tr in gh,' Iiv, hu( tla hu'i. k"[ a- a !Iuti'at -l- . i.t, the oi, - -elti O al t' n' I t,' nitily t i , h l ,rd idea.o ath "n 'ia ! .-ili'i: i i', ,intt.elrt nt it ll ,ht t-,hrat k i' I-l,- ~(i('jc.i p iUrit- in, a c rn rnc',,,it.l i."n Iir, lc in, 'e'l - inXl1Int i , ' ," u 1.i itlt':,t . tiv --it Ic'in,. . arlrh ae ct t . the i t li' r. es t oltt i t rn et e I n ate' s tci..t :a t lai., withi rich i g,)wnv , costley oe t ti i. eat t ! la ish te.xp "n i tune tpn i oi "I ll.1 a r i,'v , iS l he wonit and onll i i, --ft it eht inigl t In is pre enhiutnl t I', t' ,-t))l atih ,s (Ii,-. plat ithat kil, th..- r 'ial spirit in a talitu. No. w,...

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

i .t'- . -.-n . - ' p r .j.Te . , f xi.c'N ( ', n! IIthe h I( fl l n o l ',il il the 1I :l ;F. (l iit liI hiat l of L . las Vu• . tn e 'i.l ln , '-, ov th e rapidly 1n: (:0W iJtoxieatc. At silent. 5011. nil i . cation, u(t irboi i(ne of .gt. ( t oll ih of l'ogd, I only a i!1 torpr tat ruiatted anurd ýlulin. nn +' if t hi" iiiiiil{'1's, who ` ri''. 1t111 a oi'' Ie'i ll n (t'l' over a soi'i'::r1 out before fat.er ci' I It WeInisdy, t raplyu h i. ':1 ', a t n ti (iC i;tlh iateof . h 1it. alt. Volac intreiuathd to rturn h nly. a ( a 'l' ,, h r un inated toer hetu .uch a sliking of stomiaelis and such a gust of tenipostuous ilrity as wtnt n ien from those maudlin, 1 'Li -,e. ,in 't the youngest ofhr i the ' S;iters. fresh and rosy"i tinder his pale blond  ls i and though wll tiintl into lu thirties seeming scarcely flo ivuse fanl t loner l''aughedn owi th Iavaritn l olrie cie) l: the paper:, tand readl the adver- h Auut . again-, at theit eagerlyu of .th l Z ting like fright' , irequ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 March 1894

THE U. S. Government Chemists have reported, after an examination of the different brands, that the ROYAL Bake ing Powder is absolutely pure, greatest in strength, and superior to all others. c'~AL BAKIN" POWDER COMPANY, ;iGWALLSr NEW-YORK. ý ..;ý "~~ ý ý ,16WLSrNW-OK 4v 5 -~~_~ ?~~ *~t?+ +:5~;-1~ Lnglt h :leformers. The Fngiish refornt7rs adopt some -,rious titles for their aevotional and .cotroversial works. 'Matches Light g tthe Divine fire,''" "The (jGuoin of enitence" . 'The Shop of the Spir itual Apothe'ary," '"The Banks of ,'fith," "Sixpenny worth of I)ivine Spirit," "Some 1i1)e Biscuite Baked tthe Oven of ('harity. ('arefully Con srved for toe ( hickens of the aurch," 'lThe Sparrows of the Spirit," and 'Tho Sw nt Swallows of Salvation' are among the number. Green Sno.-. Three piaces at least are known ihere gree.i snow is fao r, (Ono dthese is near `Mount Ilhela. lcoland: aother fourt.,,n miles set of the aouth of ( bi. and the third ni ar Quito, South America. The Puzzle So...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 March 1894

THE PROGRESS. SHREVEPORT LA. MARCH 8, 1894. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS Pa.s. , r,, uis reach Shreveprt nIl di - part as I  ,. IEXAý AND PAC(FIC. No. it Wel HBound leaves.... ... '. ._ a in No. 52 E:.ll-Hound leaves....... .; no p 1t No. 5:: \\'et-BHo nd leaves ....... . i. . :11 p u No. 54 .,t.B-ound leaves........... .;.:0 a in VII(SBUROG,SIIREVFOP.T AND '1 FIF'. EAST oU,'ND. Q and C'. leaves Shreveport ..... . in Q. aHll 1, i'aves Viek` urCg . ....... I. 20 p in Q. and C,. leave, Atlanta . .......... 2:0 p I WEST EIUN D,. Q. and '. loý ves Atlanta... ....... . In0:1 a In Q. anlld (' r ves at AIllta......... 1::, pm O. and '. leaves Vickslhorg . ... 2..no p in Q and C. arrives at:Shre eport ...... .00 in ("TIITN HELT-NSIIITH C.'NIt. Leaves Shreveport ..... ........... . . I to p in A rrive at Le isville . .......... :11 p I, I Leaves I.ewisville... . .... ....... S:1" p iI Arrives Memphis .... . .. ... .. 1ii n Leaves Lewvisville .................. :, p 1 Arrives Texarkana...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 March 1894

THEF PROGRESS. O I.)L.,.-NO. 6. III4EVEP)1'IUT, ,A., SATU ,R AY. MA WllI 1, 1891. PRICEqI. (', Hal I I minimllnlli Il .RH ! nil i •ill i iI mmHi•l I iI m nI1l PROGRESS, .. .. PublishEd at ... SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA THE PEOPLE'S PAPER. CAL D. HICKS, E ',tGr. ND. GODWIN, - MIýS MARY E, LAND. S ,cr'ty Edit~r. IND PND N'T IN TH DIS CUSSION OF ALL PUBLIC QUESTIONS; THE CHAM PION OF PIBULC SC IOOL " SYSTEM: CONTAINS THE CLEAN NEWS 'OF TH'E DAY. ADVOCATES THE CLAINIS _ OF MORALS, RELIGION & STHE RULE OF THE PEOPLE .;', HAS A SOCIETY DEPARFT SMENT NOT EXCELLED BY _ ANY JOURNAL. =-= SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER YEAR. = ,.. THE JOB OFFICE IIIIll11im III I I I i ll IIia 'tti Ili .1iu i11 IIlU I I tti luII aIZ1Il I I 11 III - al ia II llllff 11inu tu n I IwaJ tm i lutun latt rII: IrIWr all III ld I II IIII III II 111I; E  CANTS' AN FAHKERS BANK, 6 TEXAS STREET. <PAID UP CAPITAL $150,000.... L. 3. CARTER, PIhidtmt, ' E. B. RAN DI), ( hier. - ALL BIi NE, TRANSA("rEI) WITH .P.; i( .MPTNESI AN...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 March 1894

THE NAAME 0)1 JESUS. IT C-HEFERS THE DOWNTRODDEN OF THIS Ci NTUIfY. He Was the ireaL. .il,berator of the 11]: tman Ra,e IIn Iody as Wiell as In Soul- falniago on ('hrist, tihe on iqleror orf the World. l11:11 >, YN, N. Y., .Malr,:h: 1, tier - Fronti .he startlini fig;urf' of ti letext chosen by lIbv. Pr. T'['Ainage in hi sermion in the lrooh , klv 'I';I cern; ,le to-(lay, theli preacheir i)r'olgiit %Out tlit radical truths of the 'l:-itiat in reliLion. It was Sacramental day in the Tal'tber nacle. The subi'rc.t (if the .-ermon vi.-il "Christ the Conlueror"." lie text Ibiln: isa. : ::: 1: "Who is this that c, ncth from iidom, with dyeid iarmrrrnt-, from, lozraih? this that i., ,,lorio s :.i his apparel, traveling iln It gre"ati es., of his strengtlh?' Edomn and lI-zrah. laving boon the scene of fierce battle, v.hlien those words are used here or ill any other part of the I:ible, I hey are figures of speech setting forth scenes of severe conflict. As now w: oftien use the word Wat...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 March 1894

- PRINCES BUT P'AUPERS, -l tl THE FATE OF DESCENDANTS 11 OF POWERFUL FAMILIES, ai What ll:lppe'nod to tIhe ,llT t of th(1 it Jagello. of the florgla , of thie Rtnurty. , and o(ther4-- Mllncu Eehloly Exaiui l- of (I ,he FIl ol of Old louuer. In tihe little village of (;rodno, Lithuania, thlle (lioed a few wteelt P ago the hbeare of one of the proudest. A names in EIastern Eur;))loan history. He waR an (ordtinary physician and went hi4 dailly r'oundls monon the vii- 1 lage sik, Illhetinig with the great- I est dit1i t y en)iuglt tmoney to nil-0 port hi- a ,ro w ife. e I t Vs l 'i 0 . ignaz7 lacllo, hI'li e¢ d by mathly 1,11 tl be th' l t 'ion )f ti he ro\ al Ja e 1)' , familýy whi,.h (444(1 ruled( in It hnlll a.a 11 Bythe l i t r"l y of 'I'Tamºn 1n1,, ,r,. in l 141, II, t fotllnIer of the family Ihrok 0, the power of thi, "',rnian ()rdh r." h) The ,il1,i't'r hltw ,een tll)e simld,, h life of thlis "tIlr. nton ,ict ' I' l th"a I) mOi'1 i4(illc /ee 44 his ancestors tle 1 Germat n wr...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 March 1894

HL F700PESS. r 7' . I i l ,l) t,\ l.:l ,..\'T Illt)1\Y . N. > . )i)W IN. I. (. I. I Ic' . . ..... . . ..I'iit, . MISS MARY E. LAND .. Society Editor. E i!l, r l f in Ithe ',t l. it I ' I t. l" I; ; (a' ' l ý-Ch1; . . tctil :i, itt, & i n., I . .ar .. ... l,' I ' \h, r };, ýi uth ..1 ; , ' l T x ve \ n . .. ..............t)' T . . t 0,.:ial Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Union SHREVEPORT LA. MARCH 10, 1894 'resident. John L'iLhe I. I ato: 3Iouge. iceo- P'ri ,idet. .A ibrose 1M int , n I 1 01'". Lectnrer. A. Benoit, Monroe. Chairman Erecutive ('otniitter . .f. (;. (' ),eland, Ayeock, L.. -.I--- ·-*---- T11,, woods are full of would-be suc cessrs to Mr. Blanchard in the house. Ir, the Senatorial contest let the decree be issued, "No gollhbug need apply." . ,-- . . . Let the cry ballot reform be kept kept ringing in tl e ears of the legis lators. The Legislature may expect the indignant assault of public opinion if it fails to provide this State with ; ;." ,,l election law. Ti...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 March 1894

THE POINT OF VIEW. :h MISS MARY E. LAND. Editor. fat irhe w" :-,n,',"m'- to vt taokr, 4 ft'-i: c,'pl' for" sad'liet • > " F,,t ft, .-ift'nin old iregrlt . T, hearts tf-. .it.,t .' ng_ w a e , pr "., 1. y.lat'. la i : . l ',a.f Vi' atl t , I Miss Lucile Rutland. 1i1t' W I yLin jto rnall' -ts of New ()r -ni, . S; l h i, : Ii metib oif th, '.taf, of (i; th,' L,,uiianla lHeview. and. in atddition v'n ,t ',tuila' (,ditoial wviiting, lt n-k thi tribultes .,me cha tnnin ron iti ti, ati - n r; .,, tt' the colu ns of tle pt al ,. -i We r,:prhititie fomi thi Htl+iw thn in f,,llowing .raefuli an ld rte gd r kti il which rtvceal.' M I. { t:ttlh nd', ,'+':ti-- :it,' dllicacy of ,tyle and fancy: fi LIIbES O(iF 'if i* VAL11Y. Thal were' at the V'rijt'. (t c'anal. i .at Caoaidelhet itriet. A y, ng girl hlit 'red in. like a ruse leaf. 1""t o( th I: in. w iVi h had hroidered htr' dtrk n ,, n w tith i'tid scent traic rics. .a')- \ .I half uitdir her breath, "I r at'l.v e i ,rnno atford it, but-- "...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 March 1894

he frogress. C. D. HICKS-, Ed. and Prop. SHREVEPORT, - - LA, ANOTHEI: Old and well-establilhed industry has received a blow. An Oakland man has Leen arrested for cheating in a horse trade. (N'I: of the most notable features of the Lenten season is the judi cious moderation which the average citizen observes in the way of self denial. A S.LV. A roN AuIIY captain at Set ma has been lined $75 for beating a druln in the public street and sent to jail. The judge who inficted the une is still at large. IE semoi I, lh nk. s;i'o at the fali, IlI ttoo,,; Iit' III hl 'St pr'l/" 'T her, is n irtlyr l arl l fur hrim 3u1it I;s wh -r' In t the tistakes 1'Fr..:in hr ,iu<t idwv-rtise, Why, n1o rot' LttIs . lie wun . Cu(Irsr'As in Crete have hanged a Mussulman or two in token of dis approval of pagan unrighteousness. Thus does the gentle influence of Western civilization spread its be. nign presence in the East. IF it is true that Lobcngula, the ignorant, unclothed African king has been driven i...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 March 1894

i$. M. 1ILCK1 , Preladen.. SD.B. Hr( KS, V i -Pr 1fineint. W. r ('IIAWFUIW, Seo'y at d V're. DIRECTORS. .IW M. I(' . . TT , .T. l'I;AlW1")ll, F. II. (oMAN, W.F. ('iC A97I, 31 N.J ,M I G A'Zof W l'/,ri J i onI, ? (i ratz, ". I.ui+, Mo. THE HICKS COMP&NY (LIMITED), WHOLESALE GROCERS & COTTON FACTORS, 115 AND) 117 TEX AS STItirET, Hsl IM I EV'EI' )'. 1:. SWarehouses: Corner 8Dring and Travis and Travis and Common Stroots. A. KAH N, 123 and125 Texas Street, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Stoves, Crockery Glasswar e, Tinware LAMPS AND HOUSE- --FURNISHING GOODS Sole Agent for the Celebrated Charter Oak an Buck's Brilliant Stoves and Ranges. A Full Line of Heating Stoves anl Cheap Cook" ing Stoves. Country Orders Respectfully Solicited. HARDWARE COMPANY, LIMITED, - Dealers and Jobbers In- HEAVY HARDWARE, And Shelf Goods. SPECIALTIES: Munger's Improved Elevators, Feeders, Gins and Double Box Presses, Daniel Pratt's Gins, Feeders and Condensers, Cotton Press Fixtures andl Wire Rope...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 March 1894

THE PROGRESS. !IREVEPORT LA. MARCH 11), 1894. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS 1P',. r,,:,,r trains reach Shrev'l- I : "'. part as folhows: TrXAM AND V.,( 11' . No t5 West Bound leaveo... . .. :n 1 No 52 East-Bound leav 's.. p i No. 5.i West-Bound leaves...... .. . I r' 11 No. 54 East.Bound leaves......... . . . '.U a ui VIK(.iBURO,'RHREVEI'[a tN t It :l FAST )lf001. Q and C. leaves Shrvp T .. ... Q. and C, b ave,' visl i .rg. ..6 pl[ Q. and C. leave .,tlaIta ............ p..U t h Q. and C. IA ves Atlanta ......... . O..n I Q and C. arrive~ at Atlanta........ . p in 0. and C. leave \'Vickshntrg . .. :'.0' p Iu Q aIrd C. arrive' at;Shri lV( rtI ...... r00 p IIn (( ITT' liL'--:,1:T)iw buND. Leaves Shreveport........... .. t m Arrive at Le Icvil ..... :4 tn Lceaves [lew[stille ... ............... ] p Il Arrives Memphis ............. .... Leaves l.ewisville ............. . Arrives 'lexarka.na.. . I· .) p 1 1O l'Tl I; .[." N I,. l.eaves M tm phi ........... . . . ....... :0 p Arriv...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 March 1894

THE PROGRESS.' sIIREV I'( )RT, L.A., SAT RI)A}, MARCII' 17. I -1. I'RICE, 5 ('i .. . . . . _ · i . il l Rl nil i i n i •i . . . . . . -ullII IIIII I1111HllllIIlll IIIIII I IIII hII IIII I IIItII l11lllt1111111 1111l IIrIII IIII1 =4 SPROGRESS, S *... Published at .. . SH-REVEPORT. LOUISIAN A. THE PEOPLE'S PAPER. CAL 0. HICKS, Eo tor. ND. GOODWIN, Les. s --_ MISS MA4IY E. LAND. Soc ety Fdtilc;. -! IND PND rF INTH DIS- :, CUSSION OF ALL PUBLIC 4 == QUESTIONS: THE CHAM- ". PION OF PUBLIC SCHOOL =. SYSTEM; CONTAINS THE - CLEAN NEWS OF THE DAY. -4 ADVOCATES THE CLAIMS OF MORALS. RELIGION & THE RULEOF THE PEOPLE J HAS A SOCIETY DEPART = MENT NOT EXCELLED BY ANY JOURNAL. =E= The Best Weekly in North Louisiana. =-= SUBSCRIPTION. $1.00 PER YEAR. =f: =-4 THE JOB OFFICE itti ' i'r-T "' = at Lu t',elt . I'I'l('. 1' -4-Z -" 'hllk i lil' lill' lllll ll ll,1111 {ll llllllllIII ,1111 4111 lI 11 (lllltl ll Irla1lll!lllllllllll I Ii l IERCBANTS' AW[ARIERS' BANK, 121 TEXAS STREET. , -:PAID UP CA...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 March 1894

1whe frogress. SC. D. HICKS, Ed. and Prop SHREVEPORT, - - LA. AND why shouldn't a man make a fool of his wife? Nothing can he more edifying than to sec husband atnd wife perfectly mated. A );EW YORK postal clerk who gave all his wages to his father has been robbing the mails for sponding money. His filial piety cost Uncle Sam too much. THE case of the unlucky Prineess Colonna is another prophetic signal that American girls will have to de vise some plan for marrying a title without taking the man that goes with it. WHEN "Paul Jone:;" announced that he would lock his money up and start penniless from Boston around the world the comment was natur ally elicited that Mr. Jones was a fooL He has started now, but the original comment seems stilt to wholly cover the case. / A HOODLUM having murdered his aged father. finds himself hedged about with cheering allegations of his own insanity. Yet there was in his act a gleam of reason almost reprehensible. He knew enough to grasp the handle of...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 March 1894

F. ei. IICXK , Preeldtent 8. H. I " tCKS, VI-Pr.,isn?. W. 1. C'IRAWFIL( UD, ýec'y atd U'rea DfLREcOTORS. F. M. TTICK S . ~ T'TIs-. V. T. ('HAWV:(I), F. 11. GOSM 1AN, WT. F. CITASI, ]I3'NJ .1.1. I1 A G A'IZ oU V:irt i, Ju  " Gratz, `t. ,I uiý, AM . THE HICKS COMPANY 4LIMITED), WHOLESALE GROCERG & COTTON FACTORS, 115 AND 117 TEI.A- STREET, sil IFVEPOTI', La. Warehouses: Corner SDring and Travis and Travis and Common Streets, A. KAHN, 123 and 125 Texas Street, Whoiesale and Retail Dealer in Stoves, Crockery Glassware, Tinware LAMPS AND HOUSE- --FURNISHING GOODS Sole Agent for the Celebrated Charter Oak an Buck's Brilliant Stoves and Ranges. A Full Line of Heating Stoves and Cheap Cook` ing Stoves. Country Orders Respectfully Solicited. HARDIWARE EOMPANY, LIMITED, --Dealers tand Jobbers In- HEAVY HARDWARE, And Shelf Goeds. SPECIALTIES: Munger's Improved Elevators, Feeders, Gins and Double Box Presses, Daniel Pratt's Gins, Feeders and Condensers, Cotton Press Fixtures and Wire Rope...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 March 1894

,, ~s.IEl) E\"RY SATLRit).Y. -. º i)')OUil)W1. L\. e 'si;A' E. LAND, ....Society Editor. e.-t,.' - :e I(.tofllti at S.hreve, ort as " ,",_,,ti -t'la( e a; Il M:vtter. .ri·a Cc .2 Slp ring Street, between Miltam , . ... (i' Dolilar . . ....... ..... . -fivx ( ('ents : .... ..... 'Th:rty-ive Cents • ae o,~%:rzral Caddo Parish Farmers Union Yý'ZEPORT LA. MARCH 17, 1894 Ikt A,ter~n t, John 0 Pickett. Eatona V .' President. Ambrose Mouton. S ·~ ary, J.. \. McFarland. Ho la atere, A. Benoit, Monroe. ';:ktrinuan Executive Columittee. J. k. G_ wland, Aycock, La. (lh.. Legislature must pass a law •.o.,.~cdealing in futures. ,.;, ,at home is the farmers' saving ,..Se excitement of nolitic let Sar~'rmers not forget to keep out of -i who rules by finance is the 'a~h-i (Ty:ranical and merciless of all .L~:ation for the people, for the t, j.is. Wat is demanded at this iris;nd time. prt, is the curse of this age, and rtt . v.ancially ruined two-thirds of S.:it : lation of this country...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 March 1894

iHE POINT OF VIEW, MISS MARY E. LAND, Editor. ""Tihu passed the tinm.: 1';11 through the lucid chamber., of the south }.,-oked out tie- oyous strin. -looked out and -ailu i." tp The Rusher. Th. spirit o" :'ishl pervades the life of to-day. lroml the rush in trade 'rough the w,! i:-,- othor channel, to e wide ,i' n :-... nli ou "ru jhiln h, . ,)w ,." . .tv thi' r ii. i't' t;e l',und a e.;-. ul a, a had elementn , it wor-,' ?i.an the dude who has ,llug and nmtckl-v iloinc the exc.,s of contuintly h aled(1 upon hium. Thei rusht:L is the lady-killer of the e.l trical I,"cI; ,' -ltury, and to ciay at tention withiOUt intention to women who pleae i- ,- uncertain fancy, is the ruling passion of his nature. He is usually a swell dresser and a good look ing fellow-his outward appearance prepossesses, but he is unmistakal,d . deformed on the inide. His heart, or the machine that performi this vital ,orgai's functionl-.i in the wronig !lace, and his sleek, well-combed head is as 'icvoid of co'...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 March 1894

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Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 March 1894

?1 utlwioes are be hybo !s aptlki US live We orv ,aglM ifl very ose ihe hae <ept it foollhbly, nat1 probably would do it agRgn 'I'hn dtlicult part at a good temper caon sit'. in fur ealJnoe s(d accommodation to. the ill humiAoi Qdf O. Mep and other qpoer f t pl force, whfo i't nposed don i' ib lil o ýJ Aorte of w4t Jcr, ihqpld eep aylgon (, the infllhl curb four fh eplhati d gu nr '. ralgia, at their hoie+. They cannot afford to ho without it. 25 jts. The reputation of being a goea fellow never heltped a man at the bank. Men of al professions and trades, minis. ta wyprr, herhants and metaaulc s ite in ildoi i ik Dr. Bull's Cough g1yrup, te 91~4 reliable ,.r, for all bronihial and pulmonary troubles a4 the best household remaedy in the market. Newspaper critlc never made any repu tation for a man yet, nor robbed him of , any. A slight cold, if neglected, often at tunks the lungs. ItnowN's Ihois)N isIAl. Tn(oc u1s give sure and immediate relitf. 80old only i{n buors,. Prieo 25 ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 March 1894

THE PROGRESS. SHREVEPORT LA. MARBCH 17, 1894 ARRIVAL AND DBPARTURE OF TRAINS Passetr., t lins reach Shreveport iatIl I.' part as fullo\uw: TEXAA AND PArPIIC. No. (i West Round leaves......... .-, a mn No .2 Enst-Bound leaves .... . ... .. t.1,o in No. 53 WestBound leaves ......... .11 i1, in NO. 54 East. Bound leaves............ ..:O a in VICKSBURO,SHREIIwViPORT AND PA' iFi'. BAST BOUND. Q and 2. leaves Shreveport ......... . i : : a a. nd (1, leaves Vicksburg ......... 6:'0 p ºn and C. leaves Atlanta ... .. ....... 00 p m WEST 0OUND. Q. and C. leaves Atlanta............. 10:15 a m Q. and CI. arrives at Atlanta ...... 1 ::5 0. and C. leaves Vickpburg .......... 00 p m Q and C. arrives atSbreveport ....... 800 p m CODITON BELT-NORTH IOUN,. Leaves Shreveport .............. .... 1 40 p m Arrive at Lewisville . ........ .. . ":43 p 1) Leaves Leviesville ........... . ..... 5:15,p m Arrives Memphis ........... . . : min Leaves Lewisville......... . ... $:5M p m Arrives Texarkans...........

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