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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 21 July 1894

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Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 21 July 1894

FARM I)EI)'ARf1MI'1:r1'. USEFL4L INFORMATION FOR !,,1LtRICAN FAIIMEIRS 1 i t o Y.. ' III: D airy, t ;\I"'ir i"'lil it Slo w It o Ji hairy r A tat ry ntil 1tnt1 the1 :"; t<: 1)i 1u s lu u Now ( a:' III1 Ia:f.-.( Ed1 I tne tt t~rai-( 'oiat. ciii, ii flank of Elf t it l ilt f t he ctlet)s' that beari ud ii thie eion 'lii NE' crots art' oif the :rcac .,t tll''s ihe iii y fit nri, feied in tle dy ii:i * I IV C tiv er w h e the t,,1j .1".s is I )arc Wt1 1111 anti green foil at ,t pre in infl. firs inire-o "nit tllit'tit uincE as a fttiP4tr tt'o1E chneE tti:n,-either sheet' Itt i 11+1l Flo'V, eitiu: ri ti: ill:, oIr Eoialcai;tt toE i fiiinish fa~i :o tt..lr for CitS": iurt ftr ei'tCe of ctiuise beinig 'icoli tEE h lit ilI meiithiod oif cultire'. Llit it was no:t' C,1leca ~ P4)1 roo crops that we iln Iitended toi Write, as little atiteli in is 'et gi ven to the sil itect in the wvest. Iii I ica: Iritain and Litlaihil roots aret tit' he lf "stanti by of tie s.ttcli raiser, lii) muatter ho...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 21 July 1894

fr "' tttitnoo. ln. Tattooing dates back so far that tr is imlpossillt, to dis',over when it was first , rarcticed, but it was one of theA jlri'tio'ns that wern prohibited to the ( ,fews, for I,eviti'ons xi.. 1.4, is tlhei foIellwing 'fYe shaitl oait make any cuittinirs in your tfl,'h for the deal, nor print any nmirki upn yen.." }sri this may ib infrredI that tat tonoinyg was preval'i,,it anic'i the trihrs In thi' days of tIns\,r's . It is a tei ,nt i that pruvnil: nan rrr the salval.ro na tions if the earIthi and tattnin g is pratliend to this dsay oe\'elt, where t'hristianity anid riviliati n haliy ut it to(p to it, It N. its at oio tiino Yolu'; ai, nnst is vet., ,it riot to su'h a marked degree, a fail airimon,,g silors to hae varlioius designis pl aeid on tho holy it tais al so a fad among a e,,r tair class of silly women to have their iover's nameo tittoordl on the anim or breast. 'Il'hro are sailors in almost every enFlport at this. time who are willing for a corlsill drat...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 21 July 1894

/ C r I : i J .. 4, W41 rr / 0 - 1 ,'I, . " 1 " ý I ._ : 1 C CA EE / . a) W -4 ' 11 W- bo _f 4or La _k -, 't, 4-, L.m -C9 . II1 ~~~h4~· U.2UO~~U .j ' v l L'r ' 1 ---" M"ItLy f VI. riJ -; ---C /O 2 1 " r. -: 'I' -I ,. , r T . t( i 17. H .. . M 1, _ .. , ,,, u P Y 1 1 / . ---L-- 4) 'S \ \ \ \ \. \:'~\ \ \* \ \') \ \. \.N \ \. \. N. N. \. N. N \ \ N.No' THE PR OGRESS. 8HREVEPORT, LA., JULY 21, 1894. B ARRIVAL AND DEPARVTURE OF TRAINSB '1 part as fol~ luv. TKXAS ANDI IA(CIFIC. So. 51 W est haittll l ,I-Ii V '. . .. .. a in i - ioliil Ivu~..........."i hau m i No, 5"! Ella-ltor ln1 Ie·Lvr s.... .1 No. 5:1 Weat"}tonlld heaven.....W... .. ,·· 11 :15 1, 1111 jio. 54 Eiit -Ibounl leaILVe.............. 6:0r, a in yICKOIUnIW SUitrVFIPOT ANDi PACIFIC. L FAST IliUNDl, alto ý ý. IP~tV~a Shreveport . ·· ···...""."""" :°(Ia il ý:`) 1,1.11) Q. It is (C, hav os Vie II Trg..... ..... i n t Q, aUd C. lU Itit Ati A niuta .. . . O p WEST FOUND. .and . leaven At h ut ............. 10:1 a III Q. and C. arr...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 28 July 1894

L.O SREVEPORTGA. 0T RE SSI. VOL.3.- NO. 26. L JULY 2 1894. PIUN pr*ess Echioes "Thbe floral otffeorings at the funeral of President Carnot of France cost over a million of ldollars."-(Natchi toches Enterprises Great Heavens! such a lavish ex penditure of money on the dead when there are thousands of women and children, to say nothing of men, seems like profligacy. Oh for the discernment to know the limit of patriotism; the consciounsness which will teach us our trae duty to both the living and dead. "The newspapers of the nation are to blame for the present business de pression. If they had educated the people as they should have done, no Congress would have dared to de monetize silver as a money metal, and there would have been an appre ciation of gold and a corresponding fall in all other property."- -Town Talk. That is strange doctrine for you to preach, neighbor! Every paper in the State, so far as our knowledge goes, asked for, petitioned and de manded an honest election law, a...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 28 July 1894

FARm DEPARTMENT. USEFUL INFORMATION FOR AMERICAN FARMERS. S·euletiic M1ethods of Mlanaging the Modern Farm and G(iarden-Live Stock, Poultry, IDairy, Apiary and JOrchard. Tubierculin. 'Readers of the Farmers Review are doubtless aware that experiments are being made the world over with tuberculin as an agent fcr the detec tion of even dormant tuberculosis. They, too, have learned that hiunareds of cattle have been destroyed in the east as a result of the findinuas of this new% method ofl ulagns: . nuverCulol s injeted hypodermically and causes a rise in temperature when, say the I exlw'rimenters, tuberculo-is is present n the animal, no matter whether the disease be virulent or passive. A :eated discussion has arisen over tui6s matter, for one side claims that where almost an: lesion 1a present in the cow :od r the injec tion of tuberculin-or other agents for that matter-will cause a rise in temper ature. lesultshave shown.as published in the columns of the Finu ME' :EV IEW that the ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 28 July 1894

ap 111' i'-' r. l okin out~i ine the bl u t acs a~i .;J / fiii l 't c tut i de~l I).I Tha!ittrraneit T1. 419 l citi i si 1 Sr,. iarmichael' I: oks' fhe eyes ( IICU dth 1 114pa- suI ha ~f-ný 'trl wok whitchI long, expcri f l ith; tthe O itiih r ý '-x: hI " la-rnI t Jar~' V 51)0 I ait I I· iI) i·= i 1,,'a IVS '.iIt.,4: 41 j; ~ulc smlall aul ptlump rbrn t Eanl'. St w.ictki r arfn ,f t ie c!::ir in which slith hat, ; it bin a few iIInchIes of the nose to c, olh Lord Beth utnt, who, on an ad- 01 ja 'ent eiiip stool of siall (im 01en- el shills. was t 'Virig to alppeaILr as gr'ie('- : ful I andl happ y as the possession of I a thalt riic4'kty seat of honor and agou Lty I fo. wtouildl permnit. Mrs. C('armichael- ianks was a bold an(; rieveI oiomal, and al this paI'tiC ular inoinet, a happy womilan. 1r Sthe 1had contrivled by dinit of consit- c. erale scheming and tactful hint- o droppinig ItoI secure an entry soIme few a weeks since into that select circle now gatlheredl on the P'enwahr. L...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 28 July 1894

THE PROGRESS. er11 II -*11f 1) I I LV . 1ri I)x -- . (J'x nN i n'. DI. t'1 -.... . .... x ..:;. ii, i (1 Gficial Journal Gaddo Pariih Farmers Union p SHREVEPORT LA. JLY 28, 1804. ,l Stte4 I armeir-' SlliIi: ce14 In 44irt ol*av . 1 Pre.id'nt, 'john l 'icLk tt, I aton tlangc. Vice-P'rtsilltnt, Ambhrsos M1outon. Secretary . J. '. Mcl'arltreal, Ho metr. L4ectnrer, A. llon it. t!onroe. 'Ihi iroi t;u IExcenitive (' iCuuo ittee, l.1 (x. C(uelaniud, A veoek, . 1. ------ -- ----- (1- r Oilioial .Journal F.arui rs Ui 2o11 of ANNOUNCEMENTS. Fur n:041ttic t ,Ittg. t iWet ar1' r 'iIt ir'in t iIi i to an'une i A. I). LAN\ 1) as t mi( nti 0() fur .ln e 11th s 441ati ii' in~i,:4 tii i :i h I0i2 - T .ia l .r ' t1 fill the t Fir't .hottitral Distrilct, ýtatte of 1 Lo 44isi il i1U. tu %t r are aulthi'orize to :annount't" flon A. W. 1. 111C KS a 4ae'.1siotIe for at f :u11li 4i)oal j12412 furit'. ( F'i-I t *Iiiici'l2 r 1)isttriiIt, j s ijt4u i i,. tI IIo :Isih l 'it2i a. 1144 1' I"e d,'t*i iiii 4Ii ) by...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 28 July 1894

with h'llt:ilr ' i itt !\V h !rttt(it an " (i~trrg"i l't`. \ 1111 1! ''t ri ' r' ill it. 'r,,- A \': ItTn tilairy ti)1:1 lit'fir'' .111;1 r S. 1. F thd1 ý'") 1111 r h c I1{(fen 11 s, t{ I.. lis j'ltronlyt 1:- to Iit !;t-th ,nenow 1'1o Ot t pn'j, tI i t t"ha la a blg i I''' 1 h rt mý . 1' 11;riln'gI w ho 111t' (111' l ticll, (il l I t,. \V 11 f )l l :"!i~ l I1,tat 777 rgl (a ''I" 7 ,'S Ih a givel ite ' wivt itage , 1b. ill inth blr:4t avitt, l i t St' M . tl ' s III it I pnt in 'f i", trh n . . f i ilt miil ile inrauto havt (;; untow:-a t il ga '17re ,a fand: r' Ib w ei " e ofG1',1' \ V11` 77h:1'111 J. ni Ila b It. uI t it 1 '1F i t' I l in t ' I'4.i span, of IN 1"s c< B t:V guriaI.' for this IhapI. o 1 1t he a 1(nit tof inatinutltill'o Keitlivilk' Dots. " :1 1" E :lit 1r hf II ' li:lrt t tt~a n, II" : l ~rl'~ l '' 1 \ 1. Ii:_ 1t t it W hv e had111 11111 ' I It " 1 p i 'i. .1t1 111 t1' tJ lt 1411ur Ital. 1141' 1t II8 ''1 11, l I:1It ih , "t)lt1 ''1111 L:1111. 1 1 7 ,' 1t p tlt i -...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 28 July 1894

THE PROGRESS1 C. D. HICKS, Ed. and rrop. S1hcveport,---- --------. u-im: totl mn O1 rnsht: {. L ,l t V !1 rn ti l'' , l l it a ' 11:1 In l ri ,on ill I a ii'i, it .' I on.1i it to I`t beltam In-<sihL: t oa a t ' 0e n iu ( i aie t i, of l III: ,a t''hr'li ll' OI' d 1I ' ' I' .iLil'' 1 '! . I lh:t' : -n - ;L'.- loll !,)!I ' fi·ý,,. W1(11 v:1"1 ' at! Il lt. Ilus:mn have d1i::d and war a t have * 2c ' .1ilte 1'i t m t 04 ilt' l l ' ', a i Ojcdtil to 4 1I~lci clabll. !i ac't qiei rl a1 a i tl i lt If dl: 1 i pll pointrinent il in vc and line f I tie tlq sei t i1114 id nts of tit I s kI i dIVl 1:' shown in wina ( h'Ii ago cciirt, wi Il io stealing 1. Ilo it of his ( lor ahl 14 r5 went ba'k (1 1102 5i4 V'illiam. *and I w\as 1isV'odidjo'i ilt. II to-Ik th money in that fi-ame : (ot InI.' t lie unsvnnathetie n iove.tratd e sent the iscoIsolat i''oie to jil? . but a k w ceden t has been establiiiuied. we int ' hakarle , 1 said to -ow tlla. acade ic and collegiate educeato tions in this con...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 28 July 1894

IA. KAHNH A f-1 N LES 123 and 125 Texas Street, Wholesale d and Retail Dealp.r In ill Stoves, Orockery Glassware, Tinware M HO LAMPS AND HOUSE- ,t'ii*' --FURNISHING GOODSit ý Sole Agent for the Celebrated Charter Oak an Buck's Brilliant Stoves and Ranges. 1 A Full Line of Heating Stoves and Cheap Cook' -" ing Stoves. Mat Country Or1ers Respectfully Solicited. f J. S. HUNTER W. H. IUNTER, JB Hunter Bros., ti1111 hail t in"1 ---COMVISSION MERCHANTS AND DEALERS IN Iot h1 I tit, U Groceries, Western Produce .1' I .giI Ti gdt t ýo s, wa SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO CASH ORDERS.,' NOS. 606 & 608 LEVEE STREET, SHREVEPORT, LA. thci they ;111.x" COOPER BROS., loins it c1 spec Livery, ale an Feeat eclan~ Irin, STABLES AND MULE PENjS. }wort -'-011 hum Tran fer o. clew. Shreveport Transfer Co.,itl 700, 702, 704, 706 and 708 Texas St., Cor. Louisiana. I I '"It Our Facilities are Unsurpassed for any Business offered in Tha our Line. mIn Of t We also have a large Lot of Horses and Vehicles tnat w...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 28 July 1894

\\ \ \\ ý\\ \\\\ý\ \ \\`\.\\\\\.\\ \,\\\\ \ \`\\`\ \\\\\ `\\ \\\\\\\\`\ \\\_\, \ \ \ \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ \\ \\\\ `\ S- = -. -4 - - $ ·r Y~r 77 //-m O~ _ 'U r L " ' lk= r . w 1.7 ir4 0ý r. L ;ys r+' " O- w-wJ -: r: C D-e~~ /-1·: s· -ml 4 ·r= I 2 f_ 6 - ý - -· a. l tC - -~ C D I ·I C CDCD / I '... w » a v 7 x ' ciE l , r c 'r I': Ml ('~E4.Ie if, q; ~f *~5 "= CO -n .Iy THE PROGRESS. off1 SHRVEFORT, LA., JULY 28, 1894. Shi oh ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS Orl Passenger trains reach Shreveport and de. Co] part as follows: Th TICXAS AND PACIFIC. No. 51 West Bound leaves.............. 9:2n a in pr' No. 52 East-Bound leaves............. 6:00 p in No. 5:4 West-Bound leaves......... ..1:15 p inm No. 54 East-Bound leaves.............. 5:05 am i VICKIBURU, HR.EVFPOP.T AND PACIFIC. EAST BoUtND. pri 4Q and C. leaves Shreveport.:........ 7:30 am i7er Q. end C, leaves Vicksburg........... 6:20 p m Q. and C. leaves Atlanta ............ 2:00 p in t - WEST toUND. A. 4. and C. leaves Atlanta...............

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 4 August 1894

___-N iI3. PR DOGESS.PRIC, VOL.3.-NO. 27. SHREVEPORT, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1894. PR THE FREE, AND SUBSIDIZED PRESS. [Read by Mr. C. ). Hicks before the Louisiana Chautauqua at Ruston, La., on Press Day, July G. 1894. Ladies. Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen: When I was so highly compli mented and more flatterea, I fear, by the worthy and esteemed manager of the Louisiana Chanutanqua, Mrs. Mattie HI. Williame, by being invited to contribute something to the en tertainment of this Chanutauqua on press day; in my private sanctum and lord of all I surveyed, the -principal subjects being the paste pot and scis sore, I felt regal in my sovereignty, and under the inspiration of the su preme moment, quickly accepted' and with commensurate enthusiasm chose as my subject "The Free and Subsi dized Press." To me this theme seemed most ap propriate, due in a great measure, no doubt, to the fact that the Subsidized Press, as people are wont to denomi nate newepapers which oppose them, had insisted ...

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 August 1894

TiE PROGRESS (;. 1) 111Cr'S, 1AE and IProp. Shrcvepor't, - - - - Ln. '~"'- - ;1111 ,fon t.Ir't 1'i;'th nt doer r't ap pear to he hol1ding thI' I "v of America halo withi that aIII dlr of SInou s as did Mr. 1 'ub"t It's lho, ing ;:loves. ýf. I;muIrr1 has sucevele in run ning' the dei tProv'r of his IPIdime'tit peace throilh f litVI, hut. he Wits obliged to go to l1'roj1(p to do it 'This is right.; the American liver has1 trials elno gh at , ho111 iviilt,hn subjeeting its, lf to the sword ti '1Ist of the, dulist. OInr wiso and 1m ,ieli fui laws tare againlst the codei. o M11ay they Poll tin te. Ir is ies ti ated thllat Florida's erop of pineapplels this year will aggre gate t50,)01) orates, or f Illy ,,' 11), 001) pineapples. ILatt year's crop aggti'egated :135,0 t) cp-i-ate-s. 11h growers hav elon' dloing so well in lnialfly that the ar lageo sIet to "pines" is i1ncro asing verOy rapidly3. ant it iS epieclted that the11 crop of 1S9:., will amlonllt to 100,P1iM crates. A I'iiin lto l ...

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 August 1894

'*NARROW ESCA PES," con - - like THE SUBJECT OF DR. TAL-- die MACE'S SERMON ceiv has h55VS 'to 'I `esing Taken iror, .Job I9: the Ex. I A, EI'ctvaie'i ulth I the Skil, evar of My Tret I,"-'lion't ( on fotiI (' rin- thi t tihnit'. to b futu syst lei:Ma o r., `, .ulu '_!.- Rev. 1k. TAl- free ,i:y' h Ihas seiectetd as tIhe subject for pier Iih serimon for to day, thtrouthlt the beat pros Narrow sacapes.''" tihe text mian bIiiV taken from .lob 1'.: xx, "I ingl ;ko es cp ithitl tihe shkin of imtt fait teet ." of Job had it hard. What witi boils, imn anid bereavements, and bankru pt1 cy, bed and a fool of a wife, lie wisched he aas thei dlenad. and 1 do not blamne hini. ilis that iesit was gone, and hiis bhones were is a dry. Htis teeth wastedtl away until say nothing but tihe enamel seetimed left. fals Hie cries out, "I am eseapei. with the as y skini of mnv teeth " is s, 'liere has been some ditl'ereince of L optnion about this passage. St. trot ,1eroime and Sltichultens, antd Iirs. (Go...

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 August 1894

TI-I PROGRESS. t'UBLIMI(IF:I EVE1RY SATUIRI)AY. Ný. U. U( l) )iJWI N. Iý" C. 1). TTIIl 'I-;. ........ .... .I· iteicil Ii the yil' Ilt?1i' lit `Itrrt(v('j r! l and Crocktt. 0n ~ t 'tt tI' lc It]: Onet . ...... .....W .. - n (Il sir Mouths . `ixtc········· tslwti'c''cur i ,T hree M ~l l tllr .................. fT t:rtc-;i tr Isciil Official Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Union SHREVEPORT LA. AUGUST 4, 1894. State I'iarmner.'. li anc za I er r. PresidenIt, John Pickett, Baton IRouge. Vice-President, Ambrose M1 onto+n. Secretary, J. W. McFarland, Ho mer. pecturer, A. Benoit, Monroe. Shairmanu Executive Couwnittee, J. S. Copeland, Aycock, La. Official Jonrnal Farnmers Union of DMkoto. Parish. ANNOUNCEMENTS. IFuor I)'stric JtJuir; . We are athorize to tan t lce lio. 4. 1). LAND) as a canl(Iidte tfor he I )en ourattio nominuath 'I f addrittior al j11der. for the First .Judicial District, State ot Louisiranu. We are authorized to annlounce 1Hon A. W: 0. hICKS ais a candidate for tnu Sadditio...

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 August 1894

Io t of II' (' l 1 alum witsil I00 hU I'' oL-t e 1ek teiondI with t. a iti tab.loe 'o fea, , the prl It ti 1. d1111 t (I hi;591. bo ei i-ua ulieneu o " , i .n!I ptupph-l IIh ht';ia. a ti (r ; w.il h, t atl r. itt. CV( ltIt(fII tt e ~ a l- hi, it t of It mernili *ds hoinet rii d I-x>vleidta do lie . a o v tilta tf ,i aiil l."u i l' I1 Ir - " . llil !' lt be ~ll ij-I" t '5e(aht" 1 ' 11 al giher it t uc atf i \Il of \V i l uanl an, . I ui, ian a . c" wtre 1'1't. 1%, 1 r1Il .lul Ju , .1. .\. G antry' ande } trtit t, and I" riI a}" ce lenin.;, ,I I. all leetable love-feast Inuvi'd I, ti ale. sItu oIf the lat day atil the illiat a went downt tunta lutdoe on t hau [lit Illaon ofltlII the oitiz n (If 11(1 antl tuec a~lpielrciative 0101)1(1 (It i Qcll inl v( otfltc flwlw t hhe iilletIs ase eve. 1 re(rt It c IIIlaid t"wa (If d i e It IrgS s ll.I i- vtOI r tae ore anot i tii, hal` Iieo't of tIlace t every (f Stane Mo hn iate lelto "we pctentud -the fatul idl u'cto n 'd earnest and exc; llen...

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 August 1894

fl =Cl e, President e. B. tllVuL , vice-rrebueu ."." Iy"_ DIRECTORS. LESS( P. M. HICKS, 8. . HICKS, W. T. CRAWFORD, F. H. GOSMAN, W., F. CHASE BENJAMIN GRATZ of Warren, Jones & Gratz, St. Louis, Mo. THE HICKS COMPANY (LIMITED), n I(OLESALE GROCERS & COTTON FACTORS, Iearlv 115 AND 117 TEXAS STREET, SHREVEPORT. La. 'ar.eh.ouses: Corner SDring and Travis and Travis and Common Streets ý, Shreveport's L)rulggist. CARTERsveats LEON M. CARTERant bus! Our and nwe -DEALER IN-- r oed tion. i charge. Pure Drugs, ledicines,_ C.Ih L, Opp jnDq TOILT ELES. ndia:l I nitedl -Makes a Specialty of- rleit C'o;tn r 3AR DEN SEED H whi h shores. which are warranted to be always fresh. Baltum .i o'cloi PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY PREPARED. e11 atn ill e 3rner Texas and Spring Streets, - - - Shreveport, La. (s tnt half av tire sp: fitting about 1 width,l about t S. G. DREYFUS& CO., out -Wholesale Dealers In- a large wire. lower Coan r· tide rih DRY GOODS ,2Ap SAt a appear Boots, Shoes, Hats, rsing i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 4 August 1894

Ills outl s14 Marching On. HI John Prown's souil seems to he still on the march. A national colimittoe has been organized among the citi- OE yens of Ilarper's Furry and (f the Pistric't of (alumbia for the purpo( of solicitingf sibsecriptions to build aU splendid monument to thli 01od reI ell at the 'e'ie; of his foolish rebellion. The ei iiine house which lhe isid as a fort in his lihopeless stand aga int the United Stateti marine.s, under the comnidnot of thii ifterwardnl farnous Robert 1". Lear, has been prmanently removed. While it stool it was a far speakinrig mon 0irient of the occasion. arc but now there is nothling ev ..to mark chi the site. whichii is iconstantly visited dai byf a great manty curiouls sightseersA. to Harper's Ferry does not 'are to have ate this its greatest attractioni to visitor., dat removedl, and proposes to raise sonic tin $12,001 to mark the spot and satisfy eve the curiouS. Im TIl Imall IBra nee. it Sclentisis have agrýeed that it is not mt the a;oul...

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 August 1894

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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