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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 2 July 1892

THE _PROGRESS Our Main Mission: The Upbuilding of Shreveport and North Louisiana. VOL. I. SHREVEPORT, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1892. NO. 22 ~IWHIllM.INIM.llllwieintllFtmsIIUw.1 U DR. C. RATZBURC, DENTIST. No. 318 Teors Street, Over BeLdnelkmer's. iT fill I st1ICI Jll |JIIIIII llIII|J ili JJ ff|l@ BATEMAN HOUSE. No. :i1i Market tftreet, cornrr Mnr- l ket" aeti IEnmanlll. Mutedtl 01 (Wee- v trio r'y. Vcoiivrtellitt to all deipoli.. First - Class - Acommodations. : Jiatle RiLeasonnblh. J. T. BATEMAN, Prop.,' Slievep.ori.rt 1t. - IlZTTDATI IL T. ," BARGAINS --IN-- I CITY .'. PROPERTY. 1 Lot Ground on Jordan street, on belt Line, 140z150 feet extra, dine for family residence. 1 Plat of Ground corner of Texas Avenue and Murphy streets, em-, bracing an area of 185x208 feet, end opposite Izard's store 2 very Beautiful Lots on Crockett Asert, on one lof which is a Qe srd comfortable two-story I dee, supplied with sewerae and S Good Lots on Murphy street, in the rear of Hospital. on one of whic...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 2 July 1892

A PL:A FOR THE SKUNK. s rTy I:ght of Its Good Works' This Ant min.l C!aimn the FarmFers' Protectionl. ' iue si:11un:: i in badl odor with lthe worlj at l.:rge, and yet every farinr's boy l:uows !t e co:nmme.cial valin of its s;ft fur: a valuo of sufficient considera tion: t, have cre'-td special and re:nu !e:rative i:,.:.tr:'y known as "·iu:ak i faruiag." This indu:,try consi.ts in i ret.ia,.( 't,: 1:::' a .Ruin ls f,;: their pelts tn i. Iut 1.. lorry "wi" , at mali it:l '. .ta ,:c co::i ' , ld wit tilh t' good wr'k 'r. ::::: on , h,- tari ' v the h live aiual.;. Ire i. wh:t a Michi a: farm " !'::t, to :y rec. :t!y in The Rural New Yrkr ,:" the sul:a. ct: Were pl sat..e so l:dlyv grub eat:n twenty-f ive year1: ago as tl.ey are at the ( present tiol: A\cc,dinil:g to my elniory they were not. Neither was a lhunt y t offered on woodchucks in th,,Ite da :;. nor was there one ralbbit where ther are 1 ten nloV.. In mly opinion. if thews were 1 :,,t killed off v.ih it st uns, hou.Is and ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 2 July 1892

1 DAIRYING IN VERMONT. seful tlluttr and (l'h'itee SIgestlonl tat the I),irn,en' s 3Meetiang. One of the leading tpe;:kt.rs was Pro. essor ('e 'r, n the sh u ij.t ,f ch.,e. aking. N, f: tory si'h"]!I, makeche.est. d butter fI,, lr tlhe ste illlllk. WIuh*ll e cows ite i ;,lii: ;t'ore" than 4 per t. of bltter ft . runl1 i l butter; when t , on ch.est"". lie admtitted that out f t tlnury 1);t tr i i ire s,,il ntil ee:cr, awl . .'ill ;:, p imuc'h lh.tt,'r than 1 *"try .,':. ItIt he failed toe:plain by it is 1. the fi;reoy but tor c,oral- I Ie: at: ill pr.,'. w;thIl tl exciptii,.n of few of the larg.:a and lest private i irins. Il,\-\-ver, tal problem is not a t cry deipl, mu. t T. D. (urtis. one of the oldest etports A-l,.rica il the art of cheesemnaking. C ave a histri:'y ,f the contest between f e aitdv~rl.tts of thei sweet and slur etl.is~., of che't ,'luntkitng, showing hl , e sv'eet tuthoi)l Ihas triumphed. I," lvoe'ated tco;cenllt-ation in the icoir tAles. I:y the e:i;l.::ion...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 2 July 1892

TH.E FROGRESS. icks & Williams. - .t ,c- , rt , s , ,,..1w %L t" e I X111I8 I (. e D lle:r. S... . .... .. r ty-t n . 1 .. . .. . a' 'i te'- ve { t., 3. HIC" IEDITOR. . /.1 IL' 'A%. MANAGER. ,iREVEPORT, LA., JULY 2, 1892. t( Note carefully our generous plre-I nou uCi-rs. i ue 14pie. strawle-rry anrd vanilla ; cua.' at iBen C. !WOulrs Sunday. 0:1 , palpers ior sale at this office at tI5 ceats per hundred. Iead our splenldid story by Julian 1i , -it.. rne. I ;o:,1 Pand Hamrs, finest in .the :la:alet, always fresh, at Goldstein, ti i,~se a Co's. Please don't mention the fact that T . PRO:fEss is very popular with ti!:' rea:.ing classes. Mr. J. D. Lee. one of Shreveport's d lIadiing retail grocers. is back again, after a visit to his old home in Ala ,!ma. Mr. Lee was called there by f Sbe reported serious illness of his t father. whom, we are glad to know, a is all right once more. If Tim PRolnEss gets on your c, rus, first see if your foot was not t .,lt of pozitiou before you 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. — 2 July 1892

Additional Local. MADAM RUMOR SAYS: On That new legislation by the City $teOp 'ouncil is needed, so our chief of th I lice could legally purify the market betw ouse vicinity Iy moving many ob- were ectable tenants who now dwell there. ere That the Fifth ward representative e12 as Sallowed rmany privilhges in the eodun lass of his tenantry around the Coil1l market house, which is by no means I Cl1 complimentary retlection on the clu. ity or her administration. this That the mayor and market mas ter are still condnetiig the vidangeur are f service in the same high handed be 1n manner. covn That one gentleman is quite angry fai with TItIE t'lu0,l:ES for intimating that the Shrevelport Literary (1) club sold liquors on Sunday. He thinks the names of rich men should be pos mentiomned also. That the doors of the Two Brothers saloon are wide open every Sabbath Bry and he who desires may get drinks ter, there on that day te e ame as any tie, other. That the Branch saloon is violat ing the S...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 2 July 1892

-1 _J-J~ 2kaj~;bJ? ~ -f I /hJL',~~Lf o 17 HAW l ~ j~it KL·~I~ T? -\rrrris·'? T2i~i tA' i I II. S JV,, r ., . i "I am .lliss iirrc ,orc, if you plcase, , Myv route to Italy was rather a round S",.'ut one. In:.tad of running down to .:arseilles a: I so on via ('ivit.a Vecchia "u Rou;lt. I ct c(l' east ward :4a' crossed 'racsnkfoa:rt-, o-th 'C.ain d Nurei,nr:;. then:ce I pr'. ,.c1d to L- i;.;ic, ald at length br''ah:t t:p is 1:[s.l.cn. It va:: ayin:t ::tion io . fro t:: thlrO `,tl:wardl tu1' h ru º w:: la lt to \n(eaei,. u;li th: to l':.o ia, :-" .'oatc to tth Eternal Cilv. I;resden, however, d":tained me longer than I expected. It was in August that I reached it: there c7cre rot many oPrrle in town, but I was deli hted wi'h t1:j galery, with the picturesqulo sweep of the river and with the green shade and goun munnzic of the Grosser carten. TLere were several charmnin; driv.es, too, in the neighborhood: an"d .L for the I:xr, it ti really a revelation to a hUmn whoW nd never known...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 2 July 1892

fri SHEEP PORTRAITS. 4 t - (it arletles of st.arr Infrfnr an WVilely us l|a:tt'*' of 3I.tn. hire :arv twto pti'turfs of l1,r..s rf heep which are stl in diTrnt. The fir.t illustr'ation how.i a ` vgp- i hire ruu that took first prize at 1h. oyal society txhiitiiin of 1891. The sho _jl hire l udn liuch favor in tihe west- di ., it fr . ' ' . .." . (u .`. . 1 A l tI F't(UI II I: I I'I illa. tI11 :IIlt:u:. jala ern hb'eep districta at Iapra'ant ln ca.slni of its hardinre . In ('annda it is alo pjopI I n alar. Thi Shrop hire's 1.nt lpoint is, be probably that it yitd a largaoquantitycof 1 ant r 1 * lntin. lint its: woly nierits ::ro thi worth couanting on as wcll. The :,ver- siln a., w i:ht of a fll'-, of thi i:pai:nrved an Ihro -hire is .svn ]~ anoys of lon;;, lnot a overhu, wool. which pays very well. i. In the s .cond ,ictu:re is a unique ani- Th mnal of the :h'Ieep family. It is an illu:.tration of a bl:ck faced at Tmonlltailn raml of a br,al akin to tl:a thi: blick faced Sctch sl...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 2 July 1892

THY PROGRESS. WHERE THE FAULT LIES. IThe moral element of the Nation, 8tate parish or city is generally the, class which first lifts :its voice ia,:ain-t the admisistration of our pub- t lie affairs, by officials either incompe tnit, or worse, wilfully dishonest. The memlbers of this class are the iimost prominent in demanding that mien of their character should runle the government and be in positions if trust, nnd are not tardy about la mnenting the fact that it is not so, and honestly wonder why it is that vice and immorality have such sway in their communnity that they can al ways place their own adherents to the front and in control of the public weal. Those who are seriously and sin cerely pondering over these phe imnlCena lned do so no more. The soln'ion of the problem can be found in a comlunication which appeared iI the preceding issue of TiE PRaoo m:.ss, entitled "vote as yon pray." If the better element of our community would vote as they pray and teach, there would be a...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 9 July 1892

TE_ PROURESSL Our Main Mission: The Upbulldlng of Shreveport and North Louis )L. I. SHREVEPORT, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1892.. NO' R. C. RATZBURC, I DENTIST. I e. 318 Tessu Itrs.t, Ovwe __ .ehelmer's. TEMAN HOUSE. No. 8M Market street, corner Mar ketand Fannin. Bilutird on Elen tral £'y, couvenieut to ill depots. r Clas lccoenoation BRates Reasonable. T. BATEMAN, Prop., ibreveport. L t SEITT DATE KIT.! BARGAINS --..IN- PROPER I r ,oand on Jordan rste,, onl badly reside.oB. res of Olound eonor r 4n Teas w* and Murphy .tr , em s. ras of 185sd08 sfeet, 5qugeigh Isard's istr esastifol Loba on Coobstt, ea ne of whisk is a nIso -pplied with sewerage ad Lots on Murphy street, in -ar ofd papi. o e owof is a twmsome boer whichb a ertain retal of 1 per o earn of Sprague and oe two of which thaes teemnts which bring er matb. F on Doeovan street, on Blt oema of which are two teinessts whick rast for an D$1is oet, an ose a rbis"a ride tr per month. - uatts's Hill. oer of Judge A. W. O. Lot w...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 9 July 1892

' t AN CUTWORMS. An Experienced G(rdener's Methods o 1 I'reveLtinlg Th*.ir itRavage. A large number of species of cut- c worms make themselves highly obnex ions to the gardener by the impudence i with which they attack and cut down I almost every kind of newly sellants. MOTHI AND ..\LAVA. CUTWORM. They are mostly clumnsy and greasy looking caterpillars of somne dull shade 1 of color (grayish, brown, green:ccislh). re- 1 mnain in their hiding pla.es on bright I slays. and come to the surface at night or in cloudy weather to seek what green n stuff they can devour. The illustration. trom Ulreiner's work "' !,w to Make the Giarden Pay." presents~ both the worm :and the moth of one of the species. Mr. (Greiner says: "Fortunately these wornms have ninny natural enemies. among them the robin, thrushes, quail, wren and other birds, toads. etc., which together keep their numlbers down quite well, Fall plowing serves to bring umlany of the worms to the surface, and to, expose them to "birds...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 9 July 1892

OLD AND NEW DAIRYING. All Abelo the ULie and Always for tae Better. In the sixties cheese was double in what it brings now, and makers ho knew little about the business of ufacturing readily commanded sev ty-five dollars per month. Many of h fellows could not get a place in a ry today except as second hands. at only common labor wages at that. cheese that thwy turned out, al gh it contained tsome good stock. the reverse of uniform in quality. would now be scowled at by deal. and would bring cut prices. Yet dairymen rightly claim that they ived more for their milk then than w. True, they did per pound, but ye they not learned in twenty years dairy investigation and advancement decrease the number of lacteal pounds ided by their dairies? Also, does not dollar go farther now in purchasing 'es than it did then? With bringing sixteen cents per pound I~70 dairymen were really but little benefited than they were last sum when cheese was selling at eight. Everything was then high, both what...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 9 July 1892

THIE PROGRESS. I'.LBLSilFD EVFERY SATURDAY BY Hicks & Williams. t:ntered in the l'oetutliv'e at Shreveport as :cnll-c .tsse Mail Matter. ,VtI'r E. 12 ~pling Street, between 3lilam Sn, CI-('Crkett. .,te Year....... . ....... O. ne Dollar. =i" \M,iothg ......... ..... Sixty-five ,Cents. Three lMouths....... ......Thirty-Itir e Cents. C. D. HICKS, - - - EDITOR. G. G. WILLIAMS, - - MANAGER. SHREVEPORT, LA., JULY 9, 1892. LO Anr ITHMS. II I, +In It. Mr. Joseph B. White has opened a ,market stall at the yellow front store .,n Texas street. betweeu Market and lhdwards. At his stand can be found o ueats of the very best and of all kinds, competing successfully with the numerous butchers at the old market house. In addition, he keeps !rash vegetables of all kinds that are grown, or can be found on the market, (I which he will deliver free of charge with orders left for meat. Mr. k White has a first-class refrigerator, 1( where he can keep his meats, lish, etc., itIce, cool and fresh un...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 9 July 1892

Additional Local. Wh. MADAM RUMOR SAYS: 9 That notwithstanding the fact that Shi negroes are made to pay in advanceti for vidangeur service, for fear of be- t ing brought before His Highness and o fined, there are several instances te where that 50 cents has been in the the market master's pocket a week before tioi the service was rendered. vid That Shreveport will take two pre- the miums at the World's Fair, both in ' pickled goods. One will be for her As collecting agency, composed of the to market master and mayor, which is any warranted to allow no debtor to go the free under the penalty of imprison- sO0 meat. The second will be for her ad- lin ministration with its Fifth ward rep- all resentative, who is allowed to befoul Ca the neighborhood of the market ch house with his tenantry, which stands m' as a constant menace to morality. That a citizens' committee would be ide a very useful article just now. ge That liquor dealers in the city pay mu about one-half the amount that tho...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 9 July 1892

i 41J __ý HAWT9O bl' .. 11ý8 Arr'dgechvtl. CHAPTER IV. tGapcd the necklace around her throat. Mr. Dirchmore shook my hand cor dially, yet I fancied that he betrayed signs of embarrassment or uneasiness lie seeumed glad to meet me on my own account, and yet to feel constrained by auy presence. Had he any reason for wishing to conceal from me the fact that ho had a daughter? It now occurred to 2:,c for the first time that in her conver sation with me Miss Birchmore had never alluded to her mother. Perhaps her n other was dead-had died in her child's infancy. Perhaps the silence concern ing her arose from some other and less avowable cause; there might be some matrimonial disgrace or tragedy at the bottom of the father's and daughter's re serve. Thb idea had a certain plausibil ity, and yet 1 found it unsatisfactory. The true explanation of the mystery maight not be worse than this, but I fan cied it must be different-it must be something more unusual and strange. -.This is an unexpe...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 9 July 1892

the teful lo t the bre and crop tchoicestherage fore the foe older p oil it. ome th LAMB CREEP OR HURDLE. fil A Cjstablto th siz of th lam, owith ersll ful Floekmlaist4st5. The cfixturep is a contrivancght b which through thich thlamb are allowed to runn forwaotrd and crop the, choicest herbage before the older sheel soil it. Somu creeps are ad justnainI' to the size of the lamb, others ie are tizturea, and the nprightbars through se which they as ar round and smooth t and revolve upon an axis of iron or on wl an iron spike. The revolving rollers leave the wool undisturbed. Lambs to do well must have change, freedom and a private lunchroom; all this can be _o complishel through the use of the creep. The revolver; of the plan I send you are stationary. The listance between the b revolvers must be made to suit the breed. For instance, for Merinos, six inches be tween the uprights will be sufficient,and " from eight to ten incaes wide will meet the demanlds of all other breeds. When sa...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 9 July 1892

TE PROGRESS. THE TICKETS. Deecratk. For President. Onoua, CLVKLnaWD. of New York. For Vice-President. ADLAI E. STat5sUOse, of Illinois Prohibition. For President. Jmaw BIDWrrLL of California. For Vice-President. Da. J. B. CaANVIL.u of Texas. People's Party. For President, JA3as B. WNAvrs. of lows. For Vice-President, JAxus G. FIELD, of Virginia. Repubtean. For President, B.eFiaiW HIAaarsow, of Indians. For Vice-Presidet. WntrrLAw Ratn, of New York. NO SUFFRAGE LAW. In nothing, we venture, has the preesnt Legislature been more dis appointing than its failure to pass an adequate, remedial election law. Whether this failure was due to will ful disobedience of the people's will, or absolute incompetency to frame one that would meet the exigencies of the case, will not lessen the ena sure which will come from a miwrp resented State. That such a law was necessary, demanded and expected, not a member of either branch of this body was ignorant of Laying aside the feet that the press of Loni...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 16 July 1892

THE FPOGlES 5. Our Main Mission: The Upbuilding of Shreveport and North Louisiana. OL. I. SHREVEPORT, LA.. SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1892. NO. 24. _ __rmi ____ ____ _ , ___...... -I DR. C. RATZBURC, DENTIST. E= We. S18 Tezs Stweet, Over e B.do.h.lmer'. a. .anltlullllllll ltllHi111lmlll1i iifl Our REMIUi OFFERS. It would reluire too much space to give a separate advertiement to each Pre o um we offer to C(anvasa'rs and Subscribera. We have, however. given space to rome special Feat.lnres. ruts alnd descriptions of whitbh will he foundll in our adver tiing columns. Following is a listof our PREMIUM OFFERS as a wh.le, which ders will be made for a limited period: -A 2.ýC7 am I St.icril'er (undetr ,ondtUons lentione*d iln advertisement), receives N Stylish Viilting Cards. Progrees for one year. and the catds. $1.5. TWO Subscrilber (aciording to con Ctls inenti,.ued in ad.) l~ets 100 uysbh ViVdting Car ds. Prgress for sae year, and the cards. 01.75. MtXJ3 Subscribers gets a Lady's iesh Work-...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 16 July 1892

POULTRY CONVENIENCES. Movable Icoosts and Nests Easily Cleaned and Kept Free frona Vermuin. %t this season, unless every precau tion; be taken, lice will swarim on roosts and nets !ind soon infest tho birds to nll'eh an extent as to seriously interfuro MOVABLE. ROOST. with their health. The advantages of irecsts and nests that can be carried out ..ide and thoroughly cleaned is therefore .especially evident now-, anld Irovident plmltcrers will be glad to avail them t-elves of the contrivai:l .s here illus tlnted ,,r those of a similar nature. il ar'm and Fireside, from which the cuts h,l Ce presented are reproduced, describes these convniences as follows: It nay lo of any preferred length or height, I:nt sheuld be strong. The lower the roost pole the better. The nest box may be 1 foot wide, 13 inches high and 11 inches long. The hoards AA :are hinged. the front one re rmaining d ,v n all the time, and the rear tone up, e-ccpt for cleaning the nest, M AB . A NEST when both ends are op...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 16 July 1892

.÷ F ,A CHARMING COSTUME. e ALiSa Ildoor DresM In Crepes. p ChaJII or 'ancy Woolen. f attractive model for a house dress, a by Worth, combines style, aim and comfort in mnost admirable The original is a ga:y and pretty 4d pot, clinging wool of a rose red with large bows of pale Io sn green c The collar and square pla.stmtn V Reusian embroidery o(, bright colors a -t in croe stitch-a trimming seen c of the new dresses. dsign it is an easy fitting princes f wlth but few seams and buttoned in a all the way down fronm under t he ae to the hem of the skirt. The I is made over a .ilk lining, with - t.d by darts and Iooked down the the top being covered with em. . Over this the princess front Is plainly. without seamns, and turned diagonally at the top in a graduated t that i faced with the red material. t PlrItClII lostE DnTIllL belt with large bow erousie ely, and large Iows are fratened igbt shoulder and far down the of the skirt. heIadths have fullness added in below the waist. The s...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 16 July 1892

TH.E PROGRESS. :I.LIMIEi.l) EVi-," SIATI'lIlIAY BY Hichl & Williams. :rtd in the I'o-: c: : port as Si ci t. O....e l . I r. S l t . ................ ti, , , ,t 1'5 . f, n!, th ................ ' n t rt} '-:: t- lt . D. HICKS, - - EDITO ,. 'A'ILLIAMS, . - - MANACER. HREVEPORT, LA., JULY 9, 1892. LOCAIL ITEMS. iSl:oe glace ait W, lfs Sunday. S;v. S;am Jones was registered at City Hotel Wednesday night, and for the west the following morn - h . l"atcih I.wt. )a Saturday last one lady's silver •.atb, to which was attached a short id chain with charm. A suitable ,.yard will be paid for its return to "IUnor -.". . Ilicks' dflice. The Belt ,.. .~ .a began running ,,gain Thursday morning. Their ap pearance was hailed with pleasure by SaRny who live in the 'rubarbs." For the most delicious of ice cream l.'.opt one your orders to Charles Stcer, No. 1153 Texas avenue. Mrs. Kate Landrum, on common -treet, presented to one of her ueigh i -ors recently a tomato, raised in her '.ard, which we...

Publication Title: Progress, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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