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For the Constitutional Convention.
THI PROGRESS believes Caddo
-parish should have some country
man for the Constitutional Conven
oti n. There is splendid material
ibI every ward of our parish and
It is time that the country should
_e. recognized. For instance, there
rare Messrs. J.M. Hoss, S.G. Spear
Sian and W. H. Adams of Ward
-,One; Hon. H. H. Hockobay, W.
.". McClendon, Rev. L. D. Ivans,
Z. Cranford, J. S. Jolly, of
Ward Two; Hon. J. S. Noel, R. F.
le, M. H. Sharpe, R. W. George,
*R. McCain, A. J. Parnell, W. E.
asson, of Ward Three; Hon. L.
Phillips, Dr. F. L. Johnson, S.
Alexander, of Ward Five;
en. W. W. Sebastian, T. P.
lams, Dr. Gus Hendrick, John
~ Hudson, E. C. Robinson, Dr. J.
S.h. mpert, of Ward Six; Hon.
I=W. Perkins, W. A. Hendrick,
p. Keith, George A. Colquitt, o
Ward Seven; Hon. A. B. Crow
,John L. Gale, Wm. Robson,
J. Hutchinson, John M. Robert
J. V. Hughes, Dr. J. R. Moss,
War Eight, and many others
ward which we do not re
`would make excellent repre
tve of the people.
, these are not lawyers; not a
*thLem is; but they are sensi
iiaking men, men who think
faor the best interests of the
as a wbole, and that is
e want in the Constitutional
editor of THE PRoonzss be
or a family of lawyers, but
he honors the profession, he
believe that all the learn
iongs to and is confined to
Qlaea, and hence our paper
some farmer for one, at
aof the members of the Con
Convention from Caddo
, -Frsemd at Coawt."
i-eud at Court" is a month
e of law, government
- t:a rror, as it
ito which the busy cltizen
look every month and find a
titligent and discriminat
of Uncle Sam's do
-- sanmatted through the
and mahbinery of
ient. It is a publio
!~; ih~s highest order,
fue, endorseed by
S ie--a teacher that
Severy home. Udque,
and valuable, it greps
useful, reliable and time
on offered, and is the
of its kind in the
on only $1 a
you not "*bell."
send far a Sam.
) At the Jewish Synagogue, Wednesday
Oct. 20th, 187, Miss Flora Dreyfus to Mr.
Ralph Meyers of Monroe, La.
Promptly at high noon the bridal party
marched in to the inspiring strainsof the
I wedding march rendered by Miss Clary V.
i Prescott; the finale of the march was
caught up in a glad Anthen by the har
monious voices of Mrs. Cohn, Miss Ruby
Roseman and Mr. A. J. Newman.
The ushers were: Mesrs. Henry Kahn,
Julius Levy, Harry Weil and Simon Bahr.
The personnel of attendants comprised:
f Mr. George Dreyfus and Miss Clara
Florsheim, Mr. Mose Frank and Miss
Claudia Meyers, of Arkansas, Mr. Leon
' Kahn and Miss Carrie Florsheim, Mr.
J. C. Simon and Miss Emma Florsheim.
The graom escorted Mrs. Leman. Mrs.
8. G. Dreyfus, the brides mother was
accompanied'by Mr. Lazar Kahn, Mr
8. G. Dreyfus led his daughter to the alter.
The bride wore an exquisite gown of
a white Duchesse satin decorated with
chiffon and orange blossoms. The at
tendants were charmingly attired in
white silk with accompaning decorations
' of pink, baby blue and nine green.
) The sonagogue was appropriately deco
rated in white roses, lilies, ivry and
palms, while a canopy of artistic weddfng
bells was suspended over the altar.
The ceaemony was most solemn and
affecting, while the eloquence of the
i Rabbi strongly impressed on his hearers
the sacred rows of constancy, fidelity and
The bride is the accomplished daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. 8. G. Dreyfus, and by he:
L graceful bearing and lovely character,
well wers the crown of perfect woman
hood, the love and admiration of her
The groom is a most worthy young gen
* tleman, possessing the attributes of a
I grand and noble manhood, and is a resi
dent of Monroe, La.
May succes and happiness attend them
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Successor to A. J. Bogel.
Art Materials, Drugs, Books
Stationery, Toilet Articlef and
Agent for SMITH-PREMIER
S Manufacturer of flavoring extracts.
Pure Soda and Mineral Waters. ..
Cor* Texas and Market streets; Shrev eport, La.
of and let us tell you that we are better
prepared than ever to serve you with
Fresh First-Class Crocerios,
d Everything sold ander an absolute guarantee to be fresh and
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ad Give us your Order!
ra LEDBTTER BRO8
Phone 253. Cor. Cotton Street and Texas Avenue.
:er Whiskies, wines and cigars at our bar.
Every T esay anSd Satordiy
- I receive a large variety ovegetables from New Orleans,
consisting of every produ of the season, to which I in
vite the attention of the trae.
I am headquarters
for H. J. Heinz's India Relish,Tomato Catsup,Chow-Chows,
Pickled Onions, Pulverized Evaporated Horse Radish,Salt
ed Dressings, Bayle's Horse Radish Mustard, Tobasco
Anchovy, Celery, English Sandwich Mustards; 'Mustard
with fine herbs, Celery Salt, Grated Peruvian Cheese; also
Dodson & Hill's Ketchups and Mustards.
S siI guarantee these goods to oe the finest oY the market.
Fresh Canned Goods, this year's packing, and a general
line of Groceries for the first-class trade.
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eling. First-class Work. Prices to suit the times.
1Give me a trial order.
Cut and Hung Draperies a Specialty !
1 Klondyke Co-Operative
I MiRing and Supply Co.
i Columbian Building, Portland, Ore.,
will start an expedition about March 20th, 189, limited to 200 persons.
i For particulars address abore company.
I 8 M~B NST.
i W. T. SLATON,
i- JUSTICE OF THE PEACE