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HE PROGRESS. For man
:gVEPORT, LA., SEPT. 9,1894. that thri'
IVAL AND DEPARTUBEOPFTRAINS i There is
reager trains reach Shreveport and de- could have
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ail wlill clobte' minutes i advmance of els to
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S meln wh
-- il,, li ,.i,.,.1J t1"11Ut i l11 1 1'1 '1"'ITf'i l city lim i
DR. C. RATZBURC, would bi
--- have no
DENTIST, her of
SWe.318 Tezao Street, Over occeaior
Bedenhehner's. On thi
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DR, T, M. COMEGYS, contrib'
FFICE OVER ZODIAG'S ins, te
L. 8. MAHON, M. D., heard
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, we ina
Office at Bernstein Bros'. ])rug Store, ,edate
lesidence, East Jordan Street, "ThI
shrevepOt La, pUblic
LOCAL COLUIMN. t pne
It is p'
TAKE NOTICE. there!f
When this item in your paper is
arked with a blue pencil your sub- Mr.
ription is ended. Please send cash returL
renew. 1 00 per year. abroa
Vote for "Watkins and white su- as the
SPECIAL NOTICE busin'
TgtE PROGREss sent to persons with
htheir special authority, are not
ed to the.recipiont in ANY IN- Rtin
E; being generally ordered by Leths
eone else abo favors reform, and antd 9
res this paRers to be in tbhe hands Gri
eertain, reading, thinking people. as we
ludge Watkins i, the' host friend of hable
farmer, the closest to the laboring hbuts
,a; let everyone of those vote forbtt
m at the primnary on October 6. mani
iWoman, why lose your freshness thel
beauty through chills, bilions- It
and Cg?neral debility? Try the
tation Chill Core. Sold by
,.*F. RomsnsoN, W. A HUEY and nity
.B DoLES, Ash Point, T. J. MartinD, ate'
j-ionary, La be t
Vote for Watkins, the laboring man', Wh
Go and examine Zorn's samples; at tI
has a fine assortment to select to
Democracy means the rule of the sor'
le, legislation in favor of the neS
- . Stick to the Democratic
ty, farmers, and vote for Wa;tkins, ca
o man who fights corporations.
:8 your life worth 50 .entt wh
i'Dumb Chill; Ague; Oongestive
l;I DeatL. This is the evlution cit
or chilly sensation. lant tatiOn
I Corewill core you. Sold by w
. F. RorlqsoN, wV. A. HUEY and fc'
8 DOLES, Ash Point, T. J. lMartin, hei
ionary, La. Go
e election of Watkins puts in thi
a friend to the farmers' and labor
class'.s, an enemy to corporations
trusts. Let all laboring people t
want reform vote for Watkins at
arimary to be held on October 6.
1 ~-- ----
O6, 510 arid 512 Market street yout
fnd meals to the Queen's taste. Oi
Sready for you.
ve you tried Plantailon Liver ci
forhabitnual constipation? They I1
perfectly splendid and a sure I
. F. RosiNsON, W. A. HUEY an8d u
I- . DoLEa, Ash Point, T. J. Martin, L
r elegant nieals call on Frank Ser- ii
Sales of Plantation Chill care ex
all other chill preparations to a
er. Every bottle guaranteed.
itl Sold by
. F. RoesoN, W. A. HuKY and
8. DoLte. Ash Point, T. J. Martin,
Sreputable merchant cannot af
' to u gand guarantee a worth
articre Plantation Chill Cure
id and guaranteed by
.I, F. Hautaon, W. A HEIr and
DoLss; Asha Point, T. J. Martin,
| nary, La.
k.8Oae w9i4 the "o1d reliable,"
*is Ia or hib hubrsIymaD.
A Graceful Act,
For many years Mr. J. W. Elston, of
Haughton, has been the postmaster of
that thriving town, giving always
universal satisfaction, and having the
entire contidence of -the citizenship. F ncc
BThere is little question but that he
could have retained the position under j ,muIns,-.,u
Delnocertic or Republican admiuistra- CA
n tions as long as he desired to retain it, I
which would have been during his r.,..m,,,,
natural lifetitue perhaps but for a little
incident which occurred recently.
SIearning by the mysterious gr.auvine I AI
rn route that Mrs. Cornell. an estim
able widow, would accept the position, 3
She quietly sent in his resignation to
oI the propLer authorities, strongly re
n comnending therein Mrs. Cornell's
name for the position, and at once be- That
gun circulating a petition amnong the water at:
n citizens of IHaughton. requesting the
m I pstofficC department to appoint her. tlr ce fh
! This was a graceful, chivalrous act thrne f
,n on the part of Mr. Elston, which will. poi't.
01 That 1
nom I doubt, be duly app)reciated by the
at manuy friends of the lady. n't
n lBurglaries are becoming quite fre- Ti'.t
r quent in this vicinity. As a general duce th
tm thing they have been conilining them- c:ivoe
selves to the houses of those tfentle'- parativ,
me0n who have built just beyond the That
1 city limits to avoid the payment lf city cited ti
taxes. Knowing, of course, that they old.
would be unmolested by the police who That
.t have no right to go beyond the limits W. Vat
-except under the guidance of a mem- of lpoli
h~ber of the city council to recover hard ji
m oney lost at the gaming table-hilt racket.
. occasionally they get on the inside. That
On the outside a visit was made to the Bienvi
- I residence of Mr. D. E. Nicholson, who senldinn
con tributed a watch; to that of Xr'. \atki
(;aress who frightened him off by Titt
shooting at hint. Then a visit was p'rate
, paid to Mr. S. S. Hunter. one of the done b
-ins, but secured nothing that we Thal
heard of. I hard t
- iThe following from the Caucasian W. Vi
we indorse, some of it being quite cup an
comical, an unusual thing for our elect
'" sedate contemporary: Thu
"The Caucasian would advise the made
'' public to look out. If any one catches a said ti
midnight prowler in his house, let hint and b
point his pistol at the rascal, pull the I
trigger and the bullet will do the rest. failed
It is presumed that a burglar is ready Thi
to commit murder if necessary, and act is
therefore is entitled to no more con- he de
sideration than a rabid dog."
er is- T1l
nub- Mr. H. Herold, wife and son have a que
cash returned from a delightful Summering Th
abroad. The peol)le wiil be glad to lie i
learn 'that Mr. Herold is home againl uinl
sat- as they now feel assured that the city Th
council will meet and transact the may
business of the public. table
with- DIED. Th
ý not seCl
SIN- RAvnN--In this rity thursnlay, s9ep- c
, tenr'l li'.2', 1894, at 5 o'clock p. im., M is. poli
d y LulttJ. Rtayburn, aged 19 year., 3 wmotll TI
and and 9 d5ays. for I
jands Grief does not express our feelings
>ople. as we chronicle the death of so estim- can
end of able young maiden as Miss Lula. She
r in hs depated froim us in body and soul, bro
e fo but that which bespeaks more for hu- k
manity than all else still lingers- her avill
everlasting good namme; which is on The
;hness the lips of everyone who knew hei'. e
os- It is unnecessary for us to express T
Try the deep regret of the entie commu- fo
Sad nity at the loss' of so lovable a char
lartn, acter as this but to not do so would
be to commit an unpardonable sin, as
we feel its duty that we owe to all.
Why can we not all be as she was in gc
this world, a true Christian. If we are,
mples; at the last moments, we may be able
select to master the immense waves and sail
saltely to that lovely shore, where nodi
f the sorrow can blight our eternal happi- fur
f the ess3. mi
c ratic For the consolation of loved ones we
tkins, can only say, "do as she has done,
while on earth" and you will meet with
her again on the right hand of God, to
where all good clhristiansaredestined.
estive Miss Rayburn was a native of this
nton city but removed to.Beaumont, Tex.
3od by when quite young, remaining tip) to a
Y and few weeks ago when she r'eturned
Martin, here to visit her relative, Mrs. .Joe
THE PROGRESS symnathizes with
u its in the grieved ones and hope that they 0
id labor- may find consolation in the above lan- s
atios guage, as it expresses the sentiment of tl
people thie entire communrity. _
> )er f. The Gulf Railroad 9
It begins to look as if we are to have
Is t avte. our long wanted 'Gulf" radlroad at last.
The charter has been filed in the clerk's
office of Caddo Uarish. Its namels Kansas
Cn L iverty, YShreeport and Gulf Railway Comn
STpany and its domicile is lo be the city of
Ssure Shreveport. The capital stock is fixed at
r1,00oooo000. The first board of directors is
[Y a ucomposed of MeArs. W. S. Taylor and E.
I.M Martin, of Ka, ssA City; A. E. Still
well of Philadelphia, Fred B. Hubbell of
Texarkana, Gee. S. Bruce and Messr.
'nk Ser- IL T. Cole, H. Florshelm, S. Levy Jr.,
Peter Youree and P. J. Trezyatul of
cnre ex- A meeting of prominent railroad men
atitons to and our oltizeis was held at the Board
rran ateed, of Tradd but too late in the day for Tna
PROORESs tC glye an account of it, but.
Rre u and which it wial take pleasure in doing next
J. Martin, week.
We are informed by one who is clo: e to
the management that work wil be be
clnnot a!- gun as soon as the citiseui will permit it
a worth- as this road expects to haul some of the
hhil Care ootton from this plaoe wrtieh is shipped
o ui and We hope that dirt may be broken at
J. MartiD, once and that It *11ill itnauguira O reiga
Sof prosperity In oar town.
an: an: "'t Our if,S t; 3·t.,U W .t.
GOLDSTEIN, ROSE &CO,,
Wholesale Dealers In
Fancy and Staple Groceries, Fruit and Produce
SE" llll llllllllllllll " GRAIN, FIELD SEED,
CARDEN SEED I PEANUUS, ETC"
SPECIAL ATTENTION _ AGENTS FOR
I PAID TO MAIL ORDERS ROYAL FLOUR"
326, 328, 330 exas St., Sh reveport, La.
MADAM RUMOR SAYS: Iiantal
That a mudsill is not composed of Potash is
water and dirt. Sold ay
That the Prince of Wales has offered Sol by
to exchange his chances of the IBritikh .
i throne for the mayoralty of Shreve- Missiona
That the Prince of the World can erse
scarcely pass along the streets, for the I have
immn)ense throngs who desire to do him sey stoc
lhomage. 1 cow
SThatt She hopes our )people will re- 1 cow
duce their mayor's salary as he re- 2 cows
c:ive $2.O0O per annum for doing coin- 4 heifE
parativelv nothing. 1 boll
That our city government has ex- These
cited the admiration of the civilized
That if the city council elect Mr. . Cregister
s W. Van Hoose or J. W. Stallcup chief For p:
of police, Mayor Vinson will have a
r hard job getting in his hull-dozing
That the modern Ananias lives in
SHienville parish, and his special line is out O l
sending specials boasting of Judge a twit'
W. \\atkins' waning strength there. sometin
That only a losing cause adopts des- has not
i p:Arate measures and that is now being seen in
e done by Judge WVatkins' opponents. 29th o
c That Mayor Vinson would haye a Concern
hard time intimidating either Mr. C.
tn W. Van House or Mr. John W. Stall
tc cup and the council would do well to Fresh
ri elect either as chief of police. at Fran
That Patrolman Dewing would have Bint di
he made a good chief of police, 1mt it is
a said that he too becomes both dumb Whe
e and blind and for these reasons friends erally
st. failed to consider him for the place. with f
dy ( lThat he who defends an unworthy Plotasl
nd act is very apt to be gauged by the act F 1
he defends. R. S. 1
That a liorse-fly will not answer for ylissio
tve a queen-bee.
ing That Lieutenant Dan is all right but Plai
to he is a little blind and somewhat gives
ain dunb. guara
'ty That the person who saw the lnan(go)
the may have been only looking at a vege- Nlissi
table or fruit.
That a blind man can almost always Get
secure a position on the Shroyeport
p iss police force.
'.tls That Shreveport is now the haven
for bootlickers, the blindest of whoin
im- can get $65 per month. )ni
She 'That She will bet a dollar against a and
>oul. broom-straw that if a stranger meets
hu- a Shreveport policeman and suddenly TO
het asks him what town this is, that he Nig
oe will not receive a satisfactory reply. Caun
The leeler is always on his guard, you
)L' CS see. I
imu- That one may receive a good perch in a
ar- for a very small trifle just now. groC
That Judge Watkins is the peoples' Han
candidate and will be nominated easily. good:
That a chameleon would make a hem
Sin good politician in the manner of wiU
changing color according to the crowd atto
it is with.
able That Marse Dick is a power in these
That one should be careful how he
furnishes information to papers, as he
might tell something on certain
oe officials which would show them up in
tw a bad light.
(1 That the office of mayor in some
tinod. towns is a position of great magnitude.
That She wishes She was half as im
Thx portant as some folks.
l-- -- ---- - wil
to " COMMERCIAL yew
BEST IN THE CITY.
with Oysters, Salt-Water Fish, Celery, La
t they Game and all the delicacies of the Pa
Ve lan- season served to the Queen's taste at me
ent of this famous house. Meals a la carte. pr
Rtegular meals: Breakfast from 7 to
g; Dinner 12 to 3; Supper 6 to 7:30. $
Shanve A. S. TooheMs, Prop.
at last. No. 204 TEXAs STREET.
Kansas Personals. Sa
i Con- Dr. F. J. Herron was a pleasant
Iity of caller at our office Welnesday.
i xed at Hen. Charles Schuler, of Keachie,
at n E was a welcome visitor to our sanctum
d . ti Tuesday. We alwayslearn something l
bbell of from him. lu
Mess. Mr G. J. Lucar, of Danville, dropped ol
evy Jr., in on us Wednesday. He was on his 1
vat, of way to the Experiment E'arm at Cal
houn, which held a regular monthly s
ad met meeting Thursday. Mr. Lucar has a t
fo Board good crop of cane and went to the sta- S
for TuE Lion to learn something more of sugar
it, bu.making. This is progression in farm
ing and ,we hope that every farmer
elore to will follow him in some lines ofagricul
1 e be- tural pursuits.
Mrmit it Mr. W. J. Lister, of Center. Shelby
C of the county, Texas, the friend of our boy
shipped hood da3s; paid us a pleasant call this
rokn lat Mr. H. W. Stepheus, of Longrood;,
eig favored u. with a call Thursday: .
SMr.. "B. Phillipse of Flou ndy. paid
Plantation Sarsaparilla and ilodide
Potash is simply wonderful in its of
fects, and small size only 50 cents.
F. F. RomBIsoN, W. A. HuEv and
]B. S. DOLEs, Ash Point, T. J. lTIrtirt,
~ Jersey Cows and Heifers for Sale,
c I have for sale'the followiug Jer
n sey stock:
1 cow 5 years old,
1 cow 3 years oldl,
'- 2 cows 2 years old,
- 4 heifers 8 months old,
1 ball 2. years old.
x- These are of the finest breed and
the cows are first-class milkers. All
c. registered stock with pedigrees.
iof For prices call on or address
a A. W. O. HIcas,
g BShreveport, La.
SOne black mare mule, trim build,
ge about 14 hands high. branded on left
jaw with small letter "I'." Las been
sometime since sheared, though mane
es- has not fallen over, 5 ears old; was
ing seen in Mansfield on the morning of
29th of August. Any information
a concerning the above will be thank
fully received. Address, Cor.
all EO. M. NonnIS, Lula, La.
all- - -- -
to Fresh oysters can always be tound
at Frank S rwich. and would like to
inform the ladies that he has an ele
t gant dining hall in connection. C1
imb When you feel tired, lazy, and gen
uds erally no account, clense your blood
with Plantation Sarsaparilla and Iod
Sthy Potash, and start your liver with
at Plantation Pills. Sold by
F. F. RomBINsoN, W. A. HUEY and
R. S. DOLES, Ash Point, T. J. Martin, UiU
for Missionary, La.
hut Plantation Diarrhoea Mixture
hlat gives certain relief. Every bottle I g
guaranteed. Try it! Sold by Orlea
F. F. RoBINsoN, W. A. Huitx and shipn
o) . S. DOLES, Ash Point, T. J. MartinC
ege- NLissionarv, La.
`aysI Get our prices ror job work.
hoin FRESH ARR1VAh .
nst a Onions, potatoes and krout, Apples
mets and New Rice.
denly To Arrive:
at he Nigger Head Oysters, Two Carloads of
reply. Canned Goods, New Raisins, Dried
1, you Grapes and Aprictse.
I am in my new quarters on Texas St.,
perch in a new, large and the best arranged
grocery nouse in Shreveport. old site of
oples' Hamilton & Co., my former employers
for fourteen years. New store, new
easily. goods, but old men thoroughly brok n in
ake a harness, managing the different depIart
e nents. Your orders, like sight, drafts.
er of wil reach me. and will receiver promptl
crowd attention. Conslgnments or cotton given
1 there " *
'" S IN T ÷ IN EN T' S
This home-like Institution for Girls
will begin first term of Twenty-seventh
ANT. Monday, Sept. 3, 1894.
THE COURSE EMBRACES: Science,
Celery, Languages, Mathematics, D,.awing,
a Of the Painting, Elocution, Vocal and Instru
taste at mental Music, together with'the usual
la carte. preparatory branches. Fr
m 7 to Day Scholars will be received at $3,
to 7:30 $4 and $5 per month, according to grade. ci'
SFor terms of board and tuition in the 01
ro Institution apply to
MOTHER SUPERIOR, M
Saint Vincent's Academy, Shreveport.
Notice for Publication.
Keachie, LAN) OrrFFIC, NATCHITOCnels, La.
sanctum S epteulm her 15. 189L4.
mething Notice is hereby given that the follow- a
lug-named settler has tiled notice of his
lutentions to make final iprof in support
dropped of hiis cllaim, and that said proof will be 6
m on his mnd before Clerk of Dstridt Court at 1
Shreveport, La., on Nove l)er P,184, viz: i
at Cal- Homestead Entry No.3,0(03 Richard u'. I
montbly Barlow.for the Easti4 ot Northwest ',
and Soulhwest h o(f Northwest 3, Se,'
ar has a tion 5, and Souttheast ' of Northwest ~.
the sta- Section G6. Township 21 north, Range 15
Ssugar west. lie names the followin, :witnests I
of suga to prove his continuous- reatddence Inoon,
in farm- and cultivation of, said land, viz: R. F.
farmer Bedingfleld. J. 8. Jolley, J. A. Cox, J. J.
- fme Hale, of Black Bayou P. O, La.
ofagricul- Any person who destrea to protest
galmstt the allowanCe of much proof, or
knows of atny substantial reason, un lr
rr, Shelby the law and reeulations of the Interior
f our boy- DI)eprtment, why sush proof should not
t call this be allowed, wili be given an opportuntity
at the above mentionted time and pla.e
to ors.elaemine the witnesses of said
oon ngood; olaimant, and to offer evidence in rebut
tal of that uhbmitted by claimanBt.
layy: .. RD*. PHI IPS, Resister,.
ibr t* 1*0k16bW tL
EXTRAVAG N CE
May lie in paying too matih for a thing, or
in laying too little.
I' you ouy drugs for less than we ask,
you'll not get as good quality-that's poor
e('ololIy, It Vyu pay iore yOtu pay toi)
Illuch, beca use we sell tile Iet. t here is.
The same rule applies Ii o ur toilet article's,
Fancy Soaps, Hair Brushes, Tooth Brushes any
MORRIS & DICKSON,
212 Texas St., Shreveport, La.
S. B. McCUTCHEN,
T, L. STRINGFELLOW, CASHIER
A General Banking Business Transacted, Collections
Solicited and Prompt Returns Made.
Cor. Spring & Milam Streets.-:-Shreveport, La.
t HERMAN LOEB,
COTTON BRO KER',
od ALSO DEALER
Bi les, 0ooi, BeesWxl, Taiw, Fur, Etc.
700, 702, 704. 706 COMMERCE ST., COR. CROCKETT ST.
e I guarantee to the seller the net price obtained in Vicksburg, St. Louis, Nc*
Orleans, Galveston and Houston Markets. Prompt returns made on receipt of
ad shipments. I solicit the consignment of
tin COTTON & ALL GOODS IN MY LINE,
MERCHANTS 8 FARMERS BANK
126 TEXAS STREET.
pies --*PAID UP CAPITAL $150.000.
L. M. CARTER, President,
orid E. B. RAND, Cashier
ALL BUSINESS TRANSACTED WITH
PROMPTNESS AND DISPATCH.
-c a A SAVINGS DEPARTMENT'0
vet In Which Interest is Paid on Deposit is Connected With the Bank . De.2'
u,,USE ,, gON USE E
0OD blVEROI GINGER
Ber ~*I E BEST MA
11CELI D BY NO_ ____ ____
MEDICINS@ '0 TLUCOUGH 8YRUP
____ PqEpAR _T01 _0 AcouGHs.coLO
,O1-ZT 1: I.
[This report is carefully ,orrected on C
Friday evening of each week, from the o
most reliable sot rces.l 3.15
SHRuEVKPOT, La.. Sept. 21.-Market
closed steady for the week.
Ordinary... ..................... -
Good ordinary........... ...5 5 160 lb.
Low midllu ........................ 5 -160
Good middling.......... ........5 13-16c
Bacon steady at 90b@9je.
1)ry Salt Meats steady ( 8%e, I
Breakfest Bacon-12e. by tile box.
Hams--CUhice sugar cured steady 12)4.
[,ard-Tierces, compound, 7c; leaf
Chickens, Eggs, Butter.
erown cbmckens, per d6Oz....... 2.00
L Fryin m ize,pVr ;doz........ __ '~.25@ 4S
$:' Eggs, per coz by case(if fresh).. 13c
. Butter. country. per lbh......... 125c
Turkeys........... ......... 6@10
Flour quietl--hest patent, 4E 50; half
l patent, or straight, $8 20; extra fancy, 5
Fr C rnmeal--trm, per bL $firstname.lastname@example.org;
ja 38-lb sacks 5I less.
Coffee and Tea.
ot Coffee. easy-fair 21c, medium grade
or 2*.; better, 2d.
er Tea-Good stock on band, fairdemand. r
or wý quote fair at 40ek; good, 50@00o; line
at ;~85cents; anest-, 00 O0 25 per pound l
ty by tIe chest. (
R tmagar and Melase. (
it- Sugar firm-Stutndard gnran. 5!; St. I
Enigr a granulated 536:; show white, 4H c; i
cltiCCe yellow clartued, 4%,; prime, yel- (
SIow carifted 434o; seconds 33c.
• .hLseq-Nipw crop-Cowmoan, 18
.iI, prrmo: open etSle, suar house.
I . choice reboiled, none; syrup
b'leri . none.
Potatoes-Irslh, $email@example.com per buSbel
Cabhagefirstname.lastname@example.org per crate.
O,,ious-90@$1.00 per bushel; 9808
3.25 per barr 1I
Bagging and Ties.
Bagging--2lh, 8; 7% lbs, 7%c.
Twine-For baling purposes, 12o pe
lb, by the bale.
Iron Ties-45-lb., 0'c.
Grain and Feedstuffs.
Corn firmn -mixed sacked, O6o.
Hay-Texas, 512.50. .,
at.s easyv-Western. 460; Texas, 45c.
!Choppled Corn--1.25 per 100 lbs.
Millet Seed-*l.1,r lael.
lrnitq at aind.
0 Ap:les - t3.75@4-00
i' Almouds-15@ t8 perl i. .
0c Brazil Nuts --0@lle,er 1ll
c Dried Fruit.apples. 100.
10 Filburts. new-l1o per lb.
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p anuts-Hand-nicked, red, raw, 4 3.4
' 5e; roasted; lc bigher on all grades.
e5; icans--6@'l'c per lb.
Waliiute--12 15n ner Wt, 1
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Dry ant hides, per lb.......,,..... - .
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rel- Goat skins..........................
Sheep skins ...... ................
18? Wax, good bright ............... 1"**