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K - PROGRESS
Our Main Mission: The Upbuilding of Shreveport and North Louisiana.
VOL. I. SHREVEPORT, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1892. NO. 20.
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DR. C. RATZBURC,
S3.IS1 Toeas ULet, over
Our PREMIUM OFFERS.
It would require too much space to give a separate advertisement to each Pro
-m we oer to Qanv isers and Subsorlbers. We have, however. Riven speae to
s pecial Features. cuts sand dteriptions of whihb will be found la our adver
tig colums. Following is a list of our PREMIUM OFFERB a a whole, which
eis wil be made for a limited period:
s ,irberlber (wnder eondgokmg
"memllam.4 Ia advemrtasst). recehes
4 " N sIt Vistin (aard. Pro~rea
1o sr ear. amd the card., 01.3L
TM W assulben (s(aordimp to con
dilemm moutlomed in ad.) art. 1S
U ylk Vhetlm Cvld Plerea fo
es . jye, and the cards. @1.76.
!55U Subrbao ribs ee a Lady's
Plmkt Wash-3m dm ItMa? bbe
ulmv brbemldbm. Parem 1w e year,
. mmdo wmw-s-au, S ue
13 Suhasulbsr aes 2 Ifpaldims's
Vssher mbmwl mmd i ma sbsl
as. s.m Lou -a w than easy
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said IbI.h ob.S eU wor be wiut e
myr mI.,... meprsdI~UI
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fllAbafbmwe~ pin s beastifu
bob" zL i 00 , allo slam 1aY
I(mli mm" rlri,, I.. ?bePr as.
N~t~s lb 4 ers laddirs' Wile.
.s wm w me se game b
.1q Ow am dyw sil
too" swwu ~wu m as ..f.
s marry gsd md he
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N* Wr o ad w Sslwq
Masim Ibas plom in ~sol Ge.
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No One IS Zxcluded.
i ·Ilrlrfl. w in we bpft a 9" .int - nk m · ui. W Lttl.
moo a nte 'aft af Tern .M 1+. a O.Ink year aImlst
I I D.T.DLE,.
a Pa.~, %mn h..a
No.e. 725 aftE 710 Tem'u Uoveet.
3L3VE1 Subscribers pee "Tbhe Aa
gslus," reprodueUoa of a palnting
which sold for S15,0N. This picture
is mounted la an Oak and NIlver
Frsm, she 21xS encheu. The Prrog
r and bhe pikotn, NM.
?Wlt OSubscrlbers se m a beauti
tul Vase Lamp. (See advertlmenL)
TW Tr bIbsnitbers pos a basd
ome Colored Chamber Set of 1
ptiues. Thkset, and The Progres for
one year. to ay addwTs, OKa.
STmIrl f Slabsoribarset o of
Palmer's Beet Woven Hammoelks
beautiful cols, strong, with pillow
and tluge. The Hammock, and The
I4tgPln arams year, 5S.6
Debsortbers gets a Soli
mBest Webne s, he- d (case,
p=edh " To'p,, bee dr
Iem lm oeumbmes, Uso or
k ash Ushiihk. tounst and tbe
Prmses m ea ens year, mll
.sum kbssegbegb abha seu
Mdals hwed- gl pisess blue
or hem Aga. e bet Said e be
PG s ser see e ear.
mad hirkb orf r.' Sliver Plate
she very b-st hr tu e use. ivesa
sad raks, ad The Imelop s. r e
eva suhbeuyber polse a
splmadi Aeterf Reasem. (se aiMe.
IISW esm.ters usetsl a wued,
strong ()aert r nik asaeu for tie
need or SpetM yer use pse
' e Z anveer. emlY ea 'm) .
umeal" uuyu subithero usees em
of the selebrsai Oxford lIprsved
Nub-AMeyer gbwsu Nmuamsr.
r.T1vY aubess ebos aels a
Proe.m Camsera, ane nslsum thSg im.
asluabst for Neeses t amlsinr phele
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CORRESPONDEY NCE. .o
OUR TRAVELING MAN. th
Am ltmrestlg Letter From a Man Whe is
Is KmreekI r About. kr
Rt.RnTA, La., August 16, 182. 61
To the Editor of The Progresi: ii
In our rmnlle', we halted at the tlhriv- a
Ilg little villnate of ('artervill., aitlated j'
in North Banster, wherr is to !m seen thatln to
push ad energy whic'h characterizes bi
the enterprising man. ('crter Iir1thers.
keep ooetinually improvilig their pD- y
sesslonp, in the way of new Iulldlig,l ·,
fecle., and the clearing of lands. ('mlro r
are as good around ('artervile as they I
have evera been known to Ie. We wore c
hospitably latertained by the good peo- go
ple, and after adding several names to l
our list of substorlibers to ThA PRORao, n
aid helping devour a water melon v1
weightin sixty Iomunds, we reluctantly t
took leave, casting lngering glances bi
over the fence where that melon grew. Ic
There is somethilg in thbe vikinlty of es
Carterville that has a magneti inflauence H
over our movements. and makes uS lesan t
that way. It may lbe that melon patch. i
but if t was not the fear of the ilghtning
wbkh may lurk within a pair of beauti- -
ful eyes, we mighbt y it was them. b
After Itelang Carrtvile, we et sall ii
for C'bateybeate 8prilu Church. where a
we found a newly erected stea maw mill.
from whibh i beinlg shipped immenase
qumatites of lumber, and at Rbeds, on .j
tke (otoeIU hlt railrod, s ·#anher null
doinlg a relt deal of bustless. The fact
l seasm mI wktlest make muast Ia the sa
air at meaulrd, moen and nPhtL Not a
l o ae we said emeCtuIg about a littl *
nesy plymt of mll over here mmd oel a
e tinh hansem yed theIM red ru ave ,
Iable eyel·ae around us, therefore we
wll say fethm· pd oh 4 oeb-smed,
sad - -pe f h obm that ms met
a-a of hipteelglvreeul.
Mr. G. G. Alin Is ereetingl a steam gn
a-miM frm hear old bed L ad, d be I
will have all e modern Improvemenls
attchted, toether with a eurder, whlib
wil add muck to the beauty of the am I'
pie, ad shoald embnace the vaLUe.
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FROM WASHINGTON, D. C.
Notes o lotserest tIered b iram Asemdi "
Abat Mthe Nausalh CaIuI l. e
Wasminvn, D. C,. Agult1, N I
'to The treguesa
Whlte parsy wil eealse the mat
Kernel& Dsprrnshilltves? Ef yea eass
armIly answer this euand m, yeoa
a eame vary mar a naming Ike mit a
pesM t, imes a mjU' li at maeu I
elaetsa e thpar that ee ·sd peaL-I
dust alse etied am m Sjoi gthe Weuse I
rule, auG Sham peatesy wril be agala. a
1he pea ns are dega pmeasbllgepa- 4
lg ou the unt U s, mud wbus ambker I
Dapuhionlsu use Dameersis are -ipoe I
at thosinas mae puhte hauh, I
apy wm, mmeo t o them, mekewlg Ip
taL the eplM Party mayel eten I ,um
Sspesan tlalle to hel the helesat I
rnembes' ot Ihe presaut Reame espsas
themselves as beigelsanlibat d hedogde
kee balmuoet power ti the omit feas.i
natwlhlkmdlg thelrlalme ha ruaks the Ir
m ae ha mnailm mCsamrigal am
pI e mgeta vary blarslnlg -p I
I w eousveam am emi mbject be. I
em te maemksrs o aee press Im
. en! u i m ea mat and tIe eher a
abp..bnum ean they hesk Ikeugsaski
- | Napt rtls N uOle rruel as amy
a. saagg wWi year.
astheyi~ weaM~n eate t e eggimaEa sk
oM. t hihmiug ha t d mbt i lS o y
ed Mo tour
at, akaath bipeDkmhe the uska, and
S aemous.losM ias eal.net"
ut' isme keUy happ ass ha Ike
' ue*asews dSeasMsualb that le.as
- ne a as s ha glasaut the hagless
rter-- YcLewrt llegrrae e
truth shout her condition, which has so h
long been withheld from the public, ts at o
lest becoming kIlown. Everyone knew wi
that she was suffering from nervous pr(es- I
tration when she left Wnshisngtoln, and it e
is now saild that she has for ,everal years d
known that bhe had a cancer in her atom- a
se.h, and that it was Ias-saum of informa- p
I.ion statinlg that th's canicer had reachedi t
a danigerm, point in Iet growth that I
'President Harrisosn was so anxious to get e
to her. The cancerous trouble is said to e
have beLen inherited by Mrs. Ilat son. I
The Amnericanus who have for some I
years iwn s scheming to get certain won- %
eesiouts to establish banks. bilid rail- e
roitds, etc.. from the Chiueen govert- i
l.lwst, are credited with having had sumf- I
caeut inftluestce with that government to .
gemt it to deolinte receiving x-tleator a
Blair as Uisied States mnluster, but if it 3
be triue, as stanted bere, that the present I
Cllltsee minister to the United States is t
tn, he recalled because of his having used
bis Ilsluoence to tbe'p the aforesaid Amer
easts schemers, it. is plain that the schee- a
ems have lout their "lull" on Has Celestial
Highness, the Emperor of Chisa, or on
the fellow who dues the Emperor's think
inu for him.
There is trembling iu the big Govern
ment Printing Oimce, and it is not caused
by the danger of the old building, whlbe
the employee have in a measure become
accustomed to, but by the big discharge
whblh always Uomes shortly after Cou
gress adjourns may strike the shop any
The Secretery of State is pleased with
the intimatioa that umtads will evoke
the disCt.miuation against Amerksa we
saes, and says that he antklpated such
act[eo from the lrst, and never believed
that it would he necessary for the heN
To to t hdilto(s rTheoProgpt ne
deIt toiid that et iu ort whe onfer thated
pkows bli by the recan d traley e se a
THE DEM~OORATIC SHIP-*
The eantsha skwes rm a stetoedo I.s
To the sadittr.e The h Wrsst
ILto Isa that It is a wise eau that
knows his own lather, and truly be is a
wise mssa that knows best what to do la
times like the preseat We all are oe the
I opinion that great impretemOut euam
be made, or something doea to bring e
eIt to the thousand who ean set, deepte
thel almost superbumsaa eerls, make
I beckle and tengue meet. There is ee
Seoes among w who seem to think that
m tobhete their eeanditle, they meet no
l set to tat old timemethod et, s it was,
I p*lan r ad stti g up for themseves.
STo say that tlMe are net jeslied Ia ris
SIs up and dwemandig relie would be
a wr~n buet I am not agree that they
shall leave Se relt and ole at the rd
eld party that has never taed to right
r tml that had gene wreer. NIw I
I have rsLrenee to you, dear Aeanee
Sfriends, anad I have put It to you
Squerety--have yoee stopped to think
I whoee yenwill leand, sheeM y peeist
SIn demeandisng the ssate ft a Third
F party? It is aas oldsayig srat true sr
Stueem must begin at hbme. You have
i Just as meek peme. and yet remain Io
, the bus eo year father, whose ret the
Sata that grnd ae t der.
STIhmesMJeiuss, leld dMow the preie
plu to gvern a upee whisL the bems
1- ellte plretare t this grand Salem at
Slates was ereeted. the ealy party that
d has wihbsseed the seerms Stathate swept
Sspar ear tfaigrid at eat yand as t
S ames rep Otem ibs wreak m4ruesi from
y waab so mewy palttes and bins have
r, gemdMoe w tos mao mre. Is o made
Sbionter asatnd pes the dead ses or
m heuahes au leppead &. and l'hess
Slaee, se rises mew meed and ~t
a to th'ew her pretesting arms at hrtbI
' armed tees who eesme to our "hea to
d . seape i oppmde th t ssmi beads.
S'e oeresasspems ( heyeo - mer
r orabMrtlagi af) palmts what is .led
.- and sredes hase yasmse d ealei.a :r..
- to- a hM petemelp, e aee d
to lya mmnr re * wih * them w
LIeLsltbee aerm anr u eaw * g
honored prinelplesl of INemoravy" "mne
of you say that you c('a work land voat.
I. the Allianee or Third Party, but we
will vo(te tihe l' mmoratit ticket when'l i'
comnie to ele ttlisg i presrident.. You e(in'l
do this, for it will Iw the 'extre't',eat mnlllu
wusmpism. This will pu)5t yoin it a fu TL
p~sitionu. Yo0u cats llnot prove fl.it to
that party which dlemnds. youlr sul1 jortr.
You have ailwys Inlein true to t hose prirt
eilples that shoald actuate and tluide
every true son on outlhern soil. We
know you thinkll that you are right. We
know you are. holiest In vyour illtellioni,.
yet you are misguided when youll pro
claim that you must leave the old ship oI
D)ems1oracy aeId Ilaunch out. II your 'I Iierl
Party schooler on aii uienknown sesii, with
, It ctrew made upof the disaffect'led hfroi
all parties. It I. a settled faet ltit. i'
you can not get your righits umonai your
friends, how can you expect to get thetl
Iamous stranglers? Farllerl of lu.oietsiut',
stick to the grand old i).mnocrlatic shi,.
stand up for your rights ao you lhave
done in tile past, and as sur' ia I here' i+
a God in heaven, you will comle oiut
victorious Il the emd. I).
BEHIND THE FOOTLIGHTS.
Jefley Lewis has secured tihe American
rlgbts for "A Bitter PIat."
Agner Burroughs I to play lealing part"
next mseso In Thomas W. Keene's corm
John J. McNally. of the Boston Hemrld.
Is rehearsnig his aomet play, "A Bad Bar
Abbey sad (Gra's next opera season will
begin at the New York Metropolitan opert
hoeo Net. It.
Mir Iem Baseom, who wrote "A Gad of
Gotham." has fSinthed a curtain raiser
called "Ti Little Jade."
Albert Bnramaig will not star this sea
son, as eported. Next season he will go
out with a new romatic drama.
The trouble at floneatead has been
dramatised In a four aet ameledrmna called
"Moeanpahela or, Homestead n 'L"
Beerohm Tree I setertalalnig Arlean
aeters to Leaml., and peoplesy he wkunL
a t make a prodleional tr of the United
William ardley. tihe "Bill of the Play,"
of Landao, has sold a three act play to
DaIlel Frehma, of the New York Lycenal
Peggy Pride is to fersake vadeville an
Swill nest season play the leliag female"
Sole in "The Blaek Crook" at the New
ii Yerk Aeademy of Maue.
SPercy Verm., actor, has become larA
e Lyvedes. That is, Percy was neas a
Saetofr he nglaad, hut left the "pr'nI r" t,
e becomea aareryman amlaeebe.
is MeKee Reakia's w play, "A K uneky
G Cele ," will pbealy hare a fer aws'
rua at the Ukles Squps thetr, New
" Terk, begimlag the lead week lid August.
As IdIl ot the Revdoltil. Writtea iy
' " ery 'lattersn editor of t lulsvilIk
r CaurherJorsal. was prIdueed at the hol
7 dies' one., Dayte. O.. Ond was well to
SJay BRi will etire from theatrical thnsi
I ier sad Istae reeelJa ksrieam, Ioult h
i Ameria, where he has reetved a emne-es
e si from the Datehb fpvenes of a very
k luable gUd mis.
ERdmend Walter lItae.Maanre. Vitcounls
tElkwal, Barm beebasut msa kerld of
Orhasy, was marded to Coele Gilkerih .
aese, lermele et the lean UGalty
e barlesquee, ac sh Duke at DBeauer
is aro her away at the altar.
r, FEMININS FANCIES.
-I A werma at he a of Mary waBas,
s 1liag Il Nwlrli . New York city, is li
i erlnsd empabl e a ship o1 which her ho"
1t head Isebietee sae se
SMrs P. 3 Mapp. el Mllledperllf. Ga,
It has be.n awaeds a diplema sal a aouid
SI sdal by the Iaveuilve nselty of Pari
1 o becer lavaesl et a dread raiser.
b At Iaeel~- N. the e EwvagsIral ebaC
as as e as the Rev. C. U. BnMler.
WhIne wik, the Rev. Is Q. Deame, is hie
ia esiss pased tpupit usierntady.
t Mle` els 6O.Itastssls ew Urves i
Iandle. sa is a wer aoi wealth. Her
bI gashe'.brw lt* hs hssea to her sad her
Iw .e hais e- *e esedtlsn that they
or weMld aktheir radisum uis DAgiad.
id Lady fieu, at Theety Croft adl be-
b a sta ae usefalu eleg ar o.s
ise ,ntts r tn her rmee mer Msalt
tI mss , sad spe1 s fa ele PW thI s
c-ye ,' llr ·ruC Ic~r