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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 25 August 1894

THE PROGRESS. BfREVEORT, LA,, AUGUST 25, 1894. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS, passenger tralns reach Shreveport and de part fi follow . TEXAS AND PA('FI('. No. 6t West Round leaves.. ..... 142u am No 52 k.it-Hoiund leaves.... .. .. ... 600 1, in No. 5:l H eat-HBound leaves... ...... .1 :i15 p u No. 54 East- iiut d leaves..... ........ 5:05 11a in VIC'KaBUROu, MIREVF.PORT A., I, I A(Rl. EAST HOtUNI. Q and C. leaves Shreveport ........... 7:30 a in Q. and C, leaves VicLksburg ......... G:20 p in Q. and C. leaves Atlanta ........... 2:0 p in WEST E.00 Ni. Q. and C. leaves Atlanta ........ ..10l15 a Imi Q uland C. arrives at Atlanta........ 1:; p nl 0. and C. leaves V'icksburg .... .... 2:0 pin Q and C. arrives at:Shre eport . ..... :OU p in CoITtuS nELT-N(ItTH OrUN. Leaves Shreveport... . .......r....... 4:5 p in Arrive at Lewisville ................ . :4 p 1 Leaves Lew isa ville ............ ........ :15 p in Arrives M em phis ...................... 9:(5 im Leaves L.ewisville .........

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 25 August 1894

TiHE PROGRESS (;. Ii HICKS, Ed. and Prop. It i!- an 0)411 4) I01Ho (Ill t (l w I, 110tI V e"ilant is as po-ular a incht A . 1. ,was u'1110 r t1h 11o b o ldo ': rl-11 111. It, i, int e (lo 't inn %I o w ot Gr j"' is faint, 114 i" no1t r4 jativ 1 . I rNl I I SiNi( lil'. . tOe' \hn 'riv an e t 4 'n')'r a lI 4 n11 )'l. h 1 i I ti s 4' id s lt to 1 '' ni It' d .tatI at ftat ri(i t att'.d 'a . h' aay. \\ ('e t 11.101 inn iA (' 1 01 anl11 t 4vho I 111))41 p' i i s citll)'e r'xpllaibnt howy 116 11 call te-l - 11mph11 over'I matl''r. **Theret i' l boih d nhicbat'`. sh sh alys. "1 (.'i' flit I mtYoi (on' r oi'h ld ( a1baIg'. I h1ad aII l v s ha14ol )a ij'f tIhat it iis atl '14rr1 with 1l14'. SI to day I *1i t' tal 1ed 11) it nn iy pla ei, told it 'pirit i. ail powerfulll, and t1 iat it 1was nothing hut an app4 4araan' c if ri'''n I '3av('. Then 1 ait' it wi11hout1111 1fa'111 and it di not hurt mn'. rnofiht rveson Iast of London, i- g(,t tin1 hina eIlf disliked tIhrough his a'' cnrat' i peii t...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 25 August 1894

L tI C, Fres1dent M. B. HTWO, 7ice-PresIdent. W. T. CEAWFUlD, Sec'y and Trog DIRECTORS. . M. HICKS, B. ý. TifKs, * T7. (. RAWFORD, F. 11. OOSMAN, W. F. CHASE, BENJAMIN GRATZ of Warren, Jones & Gratz, St. Louis, Mo. THE HICKS COMPANY (LIMITED), THOLESALE GROCERS & COTTON FACTORS, 11 AND 117 T EXAS STREET,SI il REVEPORT, La. Warehouses: Corner 8Dring and Travis and Travis and Common Streets, SIireveport's Il)'llgist. LEON M. CARTER -DEALER IN Pare Drugs, Medicines, it~j2~ ILL d Lr:: 17 17. c7/i LzlL Y' CZZ -Makes a Specialty of CGAR.RDE SEED which are warranted to be always fresh. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY PREPARED. Corner Texas and Spring Streets, - - - Shreveport, La. S. G. DREYFUS & CD3, l-Wholesale Dealers In DI"Y G-OODS, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Corner Spring and Crockett Streets. Prompt Attention Paid to Country Orders WHITED & WHELESS Wholesale and Retail LUMBER DEALERS. --Make a Specialty of SIN6, BASE, IOULDIIG, :: " .. :: SiDING, FIlORING CEILING. Also Cypress Shing...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 25 August 1894

NOW ·4 AM; W, IREI To secure the Latest News and Market re port ofthe day, costiongo you only NI S PERYR pAni · rl Any Send in your laddress and secure it. You can obtain more direct news from it thiaan any other weekly journal in the Thi State, THE PROGRESS F m For Furnishes the nbove and Guarantees it, and as for W. JOB WORK WE ARE PREPARED TO PRINT ANYTHING THAT CAN BE PRINTED. Cive us a chance to FICURE ON THE FOLLOWIMC: Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Note Heads, Envelopes, Statements, Counter Bills, Dodgers, Receipt Books Etc., Etc. CET OUR PRICES FOR YOUR Briefs aM Fall'Cd. C A. ALSTON, COTTQ~ ~ ___ And Cefleral * * Storage! arehouse Besiness. Liberal Cash Advancements on Conignmonkt. Office and Warehouse corner Crockett and Spring NINTH ANNUAL LOUISIANA : STATE: FAIR Shrepwort Ezosition To be held at Shreveport, La., III 1l 1l fl il 111El3111 IIISI I;I itlI I1IllU IIf·I ti II I W II II 1$$I l II I11 H Il l' l ltl S l it I II II [1 1I ZZ NOVEMBER 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 1 lol N O ElEi0I · II...

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

ýý - .''. oi. SI-IILYý El OR)"I' LA., sAT IU)A. w ýI4,l~ m~i ~1IIi 'N THE PO ~35 ~ ' t ilt, r. . i Matll)r their is l@ aded un the" Ip'. 1I alt~ ,th e I1' not heary showi lch abuk t ,l- liigl-t ting Fiz there as w) d., t1 ; Iak riA ,ll G o v . V " < - t e r e lha,1 i ) ,d , a s w ( ' a , ( - tr e ," ,tmr t ie wialle- t cry his d hr eytis t i t Th ,Ii lay.-h ho kt ow that h[iat of it. lv pi'h t ior. I, ,s the ottne bly wiou he lt lahi such stor-li, a .'" vol' jijalliL Review. 1lete. oi li Cki 'g hiim govtrlor agaii. w cn- til wearinig sries. 'itzpai t ric f liC r o if, Ciat i oth is would li in, d the vrnr pof i. n rifat i Wite and a +niteniary cnvl'ict+ .bi IAt l ekt to the pen for corrupt on iti wedowill I e might have know " behit a. it iale 'Onie ofj the pleasantettoM plalces iii lanid w this town to write newv.p,p+r artiches half t+ is the onState hCapoitol. Oh, how suc e tor crop. e onothing1ik him governlor atitai, «'t (eii"P, t. wish wearing had a psition a i ln that gre...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 1 September 1894

.MERICAN WOMEN WHO SHINE IN EUROPE. Ira, Mackay's We.lth Causes Royalty to Dance Attendance to Her W'hims The lesdames Lelvin. Williams and Ronalds Are Socilu Favorites. IIEN ONE STOPS .o consider that the best English so Jiety-and "best" -when applied toso ciety is the super lative of rank and p !,ower, not of mor - ais--is the most splendid, most ex .i usive, most icily unresponsive and nost self-suflicient in the wori:o, it hcould be a matter o: national pride tnat American wome. have made their Ivay in it so successfe.lly. The plain American citizen with Senuine republican spirit is in-.ined o lose patience with his countr:' ,en t-1 MRS. MACKAY. i when they show themselves eager to go to England and hobnob with roy alty, or the friends of royaly, or the friends of the friends of royalty-ac-a cording to the "pull" they have. He 1 is inclined to sneer at them as un- f American tuft-hunters, and laugh de- s risively at the efforts they make and c the money they spend to wedge thei...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 1 September 1894

A St. Louis physiciau claims to haw i lisco(,Vrced a newv cu'ire for the drink- Wyl" nng haoit. which will operate speedily . : and cure the worst cae. What it iS the he keeps to hirnsolf, but a newspapor F'icl nan relates a case that he saw oper. by ated on, and it c(:rtainlv will sober up -orr a druiinkn man in shiort order. The tier pwtient had a royal jag. which he had t(er been seve'ral days acc uulllatinr. and luc wihen he had reacthed the doctor's of- 0I licte under the conduct of several soil friends, he wanted to smash every- of c thing in sight, the dloc't included. 1goc 'I'ho physician, after a good while sull nantnverihig. got the patient into a - chair, and, producing a hypodermic syringe, in,,ected a tow drops of his .peeilic into his arm. Shortly after ward the man fell into a sound sloop, from which he awakened in about half an hour, evidently a great, deal no hrer than when hie went to, L'eep. 'i. b thnothier injection was administer edi i and another sleep followed...

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

-jE f\'KUUI\LtO ITh" jI 1 I . I 1 '. . I ,, i t lll 1 1't l \a, I1,' l.lI' ':I r I iii' 111 11 "" " 1 : I 4 "" Journal (r.dao Parish Fr.rmers Union f l t r ':(dI ' til _E PII I.-- T --. -- ,4t r 1 4EVEPORT LA. SFPT. 1. 15911 '- ---- -, ItivX Ib 1. A 1). 1,14ill to ll lit' ý1'''º' \ 11: 1'' 1 11'.Il t \' ; it r i it, 1mall 4 ' I, '4l' l 1i' t144'. I :14 1 t14. w i n11 t'Iii1 4~tt'1 1 f t'l~ I1 1t I rive'r is it'' ',II . v it l i t 1111'1' Ii,' hult 11441444- 144 II14.1i4' 4.iI '41-;' 0V\'Ii4 '4 4141 fliltitr lavor \\'i,t,' ii ' 1 - \.1 `(Ih ii I'' 1 hl :'lh11( 1 t' iltp' 1' Iit'!'y l l gt itIL . Lillu 'I'hnlc 4. ( 4Wt it i 1 ' W11-.4 t 114 ' !I 4 4 hiiig 'VI' hiO"4 If)1 · ·I r i tiil he114t I 41 .r4l'V41 IIrl 14-c 14.ri (44I 44 Irlo 1,~'· 41' o ii ii~ Ql4, 4412g4, 11e1 1410 111 tli iit oh 104i1 liii ritvr jr4 uiti hull "'I'I\\4i 111i h iit in That.t it4114w3 ' i ll t t 44 4 1 ' Iv' tei'd ill 41 11tw tw iill low tlrt' I1'IVIII th; l ' 15- (' hing our 10\1 i l .4 ill. till:1 ' 14441t ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 1 September 1894

f i ~EE PORT L . Iz i. !M"4. jVAL PAM  ID , F. I:TLJIF OF '1 IAiNS E .,, ,!. I. ti e . t . Y , ,' . . . . ! e b.rF , .t . . , a t '" ..' ' I e at .......... .. , i I- ' x.r . ' : . . . ;" , i'' STh'rrpt it ·h , i ;+t' a . . . . . .. ... l · :: ' :I IF ' -, ,. "RATZBU'~G,'. No. 1 S318 Texaot Street, O n. (,SRI i F "t . tI,(t n . I', t StBedenh'. er' IIl Ill lIllI i IIIIIII I {IIIllllII IIIIllI  R C. RATZBURC, R. T. M. 0 OMEGYS, DENTIST, FICE OVER ZODIAG'S LOCAL COLUMN. TAKE NOTICE, hen this item in y)or lpJ,,Jr' i. ed with a bluet pencil yFt.r sub tion is "nd(d. IHlese send ta'hll ew. fl l$0 per year. erA W fere w t. i Iilarrltde4, f V'i('v'l i s and two dhatths registered ifn city last wo(,k. alntation Sar-aptrilila and Iodide bs is simpI V wordterful in its ef and uii,,ll ,izt only 50 centts. by F. Rlontvm,v, , \V. A. Hf 'er axnd DOLes. Ash l'Fint. lservice for tlih trwit , in ltaving P rhi Various IFarts th,.r-eof of the gra.-,, we.'tls an (l rill - to allow Itie . .,S 11 wv...

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

THE PROGRESS Condensu C. I). bilCKS, Ed. and Prop. Shreveport, - - - IT was no less a diit!nquish(' jud Frank Ij of men than he Jlte I ,ncral (i,:ni limira who sail that ,ic,.eroy ILi il,::1 - tall " -,hi C:hang of ('hia was the r raml,', ac,)tled i man he c\cr met. its cr i THE men who fail an l go down i in of light oblivion belong to the class wi IClhocked never advertise, advertise occasio:n ally or only as tlicy think ti:.ei' (;over trade will warranL l.ouIis A of ury THE' peoplO in novels sec s:u'h New Ori strange things. H1r.(" is the her,) of resinet a popular novel now in publication memnber who as his eye caught the glance of 'vice ih'; the heroine --saw her face freeze tole E. suddenly," and it was not winter c'hool either. Possibly the phrase was emn- Gcorge ployod as an euphemism for cold Gove cheek. lowing East I PROBAI.LY the most hideous images East c in existence are the Chineso godls of boird c war, who aco invoked when a battle iant s. is imminent. Then countless ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 1 September 1894

As. KAH -IN, 123 and 125 Texas Street, Wholesale and Retail Deal;: In Stoves, Crockery Glas-swar 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 and Cheap Cook iug Stoves. Country Orders Respectfully Solicited. J. S. IUN TER W. H. HUNTER, JB Hunter Bros., --COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND DEALERS IN Groceries, Western Produce Bllil, Tine a d Plneliin hqplie. SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO CASH ORDERS, NOS. 606 & 608 LEVEE STREET, SHREVEPORT, LA. COOPER BROS., Livery, laie and Feed STABLES AND MULE PENS. Shreveport Transfer Co., 700, 702, 704, 706 and 708 Texas St., Cor. Louisiana. Our Facilities are Unsurpassed for any Business offered in our Line. We also have a large Lot of Horses and Vehicles tnat we Sell at a Bargain. F. MAR TEL NO 612 LEVEE The Old Reliable FOR IRON ROOFING. A big stock of V. Crimp, Corrugated and Standing Seam Roofing censtantly oh hand at lowest market price...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 1 September 1894

1I WHRE To secure the Latest News and Market re port of the day, costing you only %1PER YEAR State, THI pROGRESS JOB WORK WE ARE PRE~PARED TO PRINT ANYTHING THAT CAN BE PRINTED. Cive us a chance to FICURE ON THE FOLLOWINC: Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Note Heads, Envelopes, Statements, Counter Bills, Dodgers, Receipt Books Etc., Etc. CET OUR PRICES FOR YOUR i Briefs and Fall `Ads. C A. ALSTON, CoTT-o :- F ~ATC:R And General - - - Storage Warehouse Business Liberal Cash Advancements on Consignments. Office awld \\arehouse cjruer Crockett and Spring ,trejts, Shrcveport, L . NINTH ANNUAL T LOUISIANA : STATE : FAIR  threveport a xpOsiion To be held at Shreveport, La., U ti III 11111 l1!i lll ill !l ll ill llillll lllinftflli Il ll lli lll llliI IIIII II1 111111 1 111 i ll NOVE IBER 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 1 L I I lllft l ti lll llf i tt liilllll fl 11111 111111111iin l t iliil~ fll lf lill !U t ill 1f 1 1 Minim ,s 0 0 0 ,o PURSS The Best Equipped Crounds in the State. '" A Crand Exhibit of Louisia...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 September 1894

''. 1( ýlºllih'1'1I ()1t)T. L, s.\Ti'i'I )AYA, ;I;!'' i l U R .1 0 1 ý. ý " I , - THE P MOGRESS E :;2.I' Pre~--ESou - _ 1 11;'I t ('AN'T (' OiA('K. (.0)i0 "Bro'. iickek, of the Shhrevop ort l 1 xttorts w; to rem'in il t h will e :IPRO1}RFSS. ' l{111111 p mocratic heltl. tick t, tih part l iit awhile longer UTn 1 l 'it I, inr ''trug gag kiji1nt ii to right tini ig a te r bring themr t t lirhir p1 Pjr c'rn ti' thf ri tonl. 't think of it,, PBro. Iick IS for a mninute T'11 Jiimrnr'at's have l '110 had their chance -a nmost exctllouit 1ack " oe-and have frittered it away. lolve What lldo they want toW Another hiadl. wchance?" What do they want of hliims another chance? ', geot t he fat <' ofeces That's all. Will tlhey r0- ti11+ Menmber the farmer and laborer when. hard they get settled down in their fat. s A6 ces again? No, they will he dulnrim Sobhnuy making it. pleasant for the ever. plntocratP, and gatherilng in perqni pnIl astes pertaining to their nefariosn elms legislation, and...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 September 1894

FARM DEPARTMENT.S U PEFUL INPORMAV'!ON PFOR AMERICAN FARMERS. gleatlia Methods of Manaialg the Modern Farm and Garden-Live Stock, Poultry, Dairy, Apiary and , Orchard A Small ilo Is the small silo a success? asks Massachusetts Ploughman. Will the ensilage keep, and does it pay? Thou sands of New England farmers and milkmen, who keep from three to six or eight cattle. are asking these ques tions Most of the articles on silos apply to large structures where a nu merous herd of cattle is kept. Many farmers, who believe in ensilage in general, have not sufficient pasturage for a large number of cows, and hence I an not well increase their stock suf ficiently to use up the contents of a large silo. To farmers situated thus an interview with a small silo man will be of interest. Mr. N. E. Upham of Weston is a very capable and successful farmer, who has had about ten years' experi ence with silos. A FIVE-COW SILO. "We built a small silo about five years ago," said Mr. Upham. "The size was ...

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

" S O 1MTE Philippe dle Rosny.a good looking bachel or of tolerably easyg fortune and morals, had taken to himself wife at 5 and 30 years; not that he wanted a wife with any particular fe r vor, for love or passion he had never known, but solely because it was the custom of the men of his world to marry at that age. Marriage, however, he found to he a bondage, and lie was bored to death with it, when, approaching his for tieth year, he began to amuse and sol ace himself with the pleasures of pho tography-a solace suggested to him by the accidental winning of a prime Kodak offered as a prize by a certain journal of Paris to which, for years, he had sublscribed. From that moment his new horn passion took on a charater of seltish ness, of personal indulgence in his fad that swept the money from his pockets faster than once had done the had done the necessities of his stable of racers training for the Grand Prix. New "films," new "baths," new '"ob jectives," or a patent "new" some thing...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 September 1894

Th-E F}UUK.Lb. 1). Ili('1Cti...... .. ........ I,:,I t,, eei il the rei }o~rneA .. dio Paish r Unior 9cia Jotrn.1 Caddo Parish Fr.rmers Uniol SHREVEPORT LA. SEPT. 8, 189u. AMAATTr''FM VT 'ii hr ilt: It itii(NIV' I '. J"j:i 1. iu V . 'tte b ;li i 21t'' fur 'c t, !, ce oiiton t,) i ih h :0t11 to I teel otliinanon by thl, 1)'1unertattic vott'r s tet f th' Vni-I i~rsl ',tii . thi -lt is altlogether pirol table that De- TI in;oto will furnish, a Clt ýr two that e vill win distinct inni trottinIg at the s;tfol ihreveport lair "--Demoocrat-J ur- Ihnrd tel. uindt What Will the Outcome Be? TL At a meeting , the I)eouucrat \\ioo ;ougressioial exeantive comunittoo ,'1c h told at Natchitocheb s Monday. the tript People's party submitted ai proposi- suta ,ion to allow the white paoplo of this Tb listriet to select the candlidate for I )sit Congress in the following ma nner: ''L After the Democrats have selected btte ltheir candidate, let the chosen 011e, ti' it and the one nonminated by the PeoI...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 September 1894

THE PROGRESS. gHREVJ1'clm A., X SIP'i 83. 18)4 SIAL AND I)FT'ARTtTIIE OF TRAINS Ilttivi" Paa~ :" ...ý . t h rý"c'jý ; 4 t ii 't'- .141 l o ash,~, ;r 0 I~.5 i N ý1 I~l; , I.ý I Al 1 f, r~tt l { IA 5 tr r 'I +'.t * I K 'il 't t i'-11.1 an~l:; 1'e,"~a hr, t, 1,,, i'I a n. iýl l h fn ',:a \1bilI 1.~ n u 1 ,en 111, f' t".\ Lands /.lrnr' trn , ' 1 liit I 01('1C l;t l i - 4 1 11 1 1 .. ..' I t~ andVC r! I''+i r; i I n' It In ii rt rrtvd l . '* '1\ *' -)t .'r . ''i t, i (r~ ' ()17,4i 111'1 "I ' f P. "i. 1I.I 4.11 Leaves h~' Ir r ."t 4 1't1' Ii t 111t Arrive' u it j[4)\t l~ \ l." 1 i iiQ 20c"ve jlrii \Itsl.".... .... Ii it.,i f I 1 Arrives Tv a ;ii , 1 n ')i'n ~r ; ,.II gt44 ( Leve -tin-',ne la nnn OR.. I.M.CO EGS roi ________s will I I'ii n 1, I l11n (( l TAKEoal NOTICE. hSoil Hll'ben lltbiH it in IiII I or 1 411 11 jier1 ,;ii 11go to ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 r(w 1 II it eir Boeeenh egl'i, 114 r aji 1'101i11'e 1[lOW!t~lllltl~ljaled by 4 llfl1." tlftii4' ,alil.'4l i DR . M .. CO EY I e 04t133 11 and sl)1...

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

THE PROGRESS W C. D. HICKS, Ed. and Prop. MF Shreveport, - - - - La. _ In 'iiHr: Sultan Abdul Aziz of Moroc o ai is about to marry 2,000 wives which A discounts most of the double life stories now extant. Ir Emperor William is half as good V at fighting as he is at wearing houi a n orary uniforms,he will prove a whole the wilderness of ferocity when the tile a co comes. and nal A YALE: graduate tried unsuccess-c hol fully to hold up a train in Te'l'xas, and ret; the howl about collegeo training un- in i fitting men for active pursuits is still fou unconfoundea. me ma 'l'IEuire was some difliculty fin get.- cou ting the Midwinter fair buiilings to tip, but compared with the onerous the task of getting them down the for- pro mer etTort appears light and chsy. not the T'il: summer rumnur that 'awn ten- ion nis is superseding the bull-tight as a dot popular amusement in Spain would agi astonish oveni the few Anglo-fash ditl ionables who have taken it up in the dot Land of the ('id. she ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 September 1894

1 s CUR" 01 IHUL I)UL ) --- a man until y T IS THE RESCUER OF made of, and ALL MANKIND. stoptoask Awant nme to ti think of tent wsage s ern from the goinDg out to ini spectted. I of s1ne S*nth ParIii 4Lt ' () NO, 30O1 Ii No, you' IT v to he LordI .Jeu.ii 4 lrial rnitl hung ainidst ief. tons it carr was built, a ahout it. Ar R ,i.N. N. Y., sept. ".-ltev, lDr. to risk the c' Re, who is still absent in the terests on bo Pacific, has selected as the sub- me what it i to-day's sermon through the was made, ai "'The lIescue.," the text chosen When, thei Acts 16:31 "Believe on the Lord you want L'hrist and thou shalt be saved." me e is a are dark, dull, damp, loath- ('ontemporal )laces even now; but they were whole appea in the apostolic times. I imag- ent Tlere e-day, we are standing in the tell the cll )ian dungeon. Do you not feel "Stiffer little hill? 1)o you not hear the n," was no 3 of those incarcerated ones who it, was spoke in years have not seen the children can ht, and the deep s...

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

THIE PRUGRESS. tUBJSHETD EVERY SATURDAY. N. 1). (iOODIVIN, Lessee. C. D. HICKS..............E.lditor. Intered in the Postofflcee at Shreveport as Secornd-c'&s- M1il Matter. OFIrcE: ut2 .;ri ig Ftfiet, betwetn M ilain sad Crocketrt. SUli.t'll lf :1PT I: One Year...... ...... .. . .... . One Dollar Six Months.............. .... . vity-five (ent1 Three Months ................Thirty-five Cents ()sal Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Union , IHREVEPORT LA. SEPT.22, 1891. ANNOUNCEMENT. FO'i ('ONC(RESS. We are authorized to announce I lox. 11. W. OGi)I N a candtidate for re-elle tion to the 4thl ('ongrtss. sublject to v nomination by the I)uzIocraItic voters of the Fourth )i.triict. We are authorized to announce JUDGEJ. T. WATKINS, of Minden. a ri candidate for Representative to the 54th Congress. subject to the action of the Democratic voters of the 4th )is- it trict, as expressed at the primaries. While some of his opponents are a` manufiacturing unbecoming charges to Ci lay against him, ...

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