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A CANDID ADMISSION.
Another prosperity straw is
found in the earnings of the New
York Central Railway for Septem
ber, which exceed those for any
month in the history of the road.
The shipments of grain from
Buffalo were double those of Sep
tember, 1886. The greatest in
crease was in the freight traffic,
wh;~h was the heaviest ever
known, both east and west. Most
of the east bound freight was for
export. Most of the west bound (
cargoes were first class freight
that is, merchandise from the
warehouses and factories of the
Eastern States to the merchants of
the west, which indicates a great
improvement in trade. - Lake
Ah, what glorious news this is.
How the great, loving hearts of
our Americans will rejoice to know
that this financially distressed rail
road, the New York Central, owned
by the impoverished toiler and
commoner, Cornelius Vanderbilt,
is at last receiving some of the
benefits of this stupendous finan
cial wave that is sweeping this
country with its prosperous infl
Brother! this is the most candid
aimission we have heard a Re
publican make in a long time. We
have all along believed that the
Republican party was the party
of the plutocrat, labored for the
wealty classes, thought for the
opulent and legislated for the
bondholder and corporations, but
this is the first time, that we can
now recall, that we have ever
heard a member of it admit the
fact and thus publish it.
It begins to look like the Demo
cratic State Central Committee
would be forced to name the
thirty-six delegates-at-large to
the Constitutional Convention.
As the time is very short possibly
this would be the best plan. About
our only objection to this plan is
that it smacks too much of boss
Not so, Brother Cook! If there
be but one week, or less, even, let
the people speak. In fact, Brother
Cook, if your administation organs
love the Democratic party as you
claim to love it, you will do well to
cease such suggestions and talk
more of the people's voice and the
Democracy means the rule of the
people, not a few me -.
Aside from the cost to the gen
eral government, we wonder if it
will be known how much Dr.
Guiteras cost Mississippi, Louis
iana and Texas ? What good
has he done? Has anything but
Y-. panics, quarantines and business
depression followed in his wake ?
From the present sttuation THa
PRooREss believes it wishes that
our people had never heard of this
expert scare crow.
The tax rolls of the town of
' Welsh show an increase of $17,000
.over the ainsesment of last year.
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Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
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120 Texas Stteet, Shreveport.
We carry the Largest stock of General Itoe.whold Furniture in the Stats
outside of New Orleans. Our facilities enable us to sell better goods for les
money than any house in Shreveport. We only buy in car load lots Ou
Oak Bed Room Suits cannot be beat for price and quality. Our stock o
Reed and Rattan Goods are very complete and prices very low. We wan
everyone in need of goods fn our line to call and price ours before buying.
We will save you money. '- --$'y lly,
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We keep constantly on hand
Also Dried and Evaporated Fruits and Raisins.
Cigars and Tobaccos. ,Spices a specia Ity
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208 Milam Street.