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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 June 1896

p~tm n cvrlW, S1FMI-V/EEýLY, I { - I PR(D(,RESS r I er For the next thirty days I will give such CUT IN PRICES that you wil e G reatest ere weep with delight at the Extraordinary Bargains. The prestige o nor and the power of truth are invincible and eternal, and the facts and figures in this advertisement are the annihilators that will clear ut of existence all honest competition. » : ; » » * JUST LOOK AT THESE PRICES! ENT.to~r~l' rý,' º1, L...t I4E~ ~ ~.'I' \JF lot 1ýI; ºý, 11.'~, worth1I 2(Y,: mllr MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. ý.. $2.50 ~~.'s 1(nzen1 (:hat1 1111 a nt........ ...... So Loy-C~~ii ^( 11 rr seen We Have Put a Knife in This Department ' º'1z 1 ( an g l; 'c ~~1ii One lot \V ite ij5l1 P111mi- o t :1 $1.25 !'ýIýI!; 'ý .ýrurl ire wcill Isice y/ou L,1D)IE ' .1 /l II l//T 'l) :IIII,1.1lilli $ .50 I 1.1 -, worth , 7 $2 50 º1º Pio' A 1 11111 It W -1-I- S01 her PIES I I I~ U~f.'UI I /)Ii' In l blin hilt H rs ,t ..... .$ 7 0ther FLOWERS AND PLUMES! . re cri at is /t will U/fr /lb. Ihoe...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 June 1896

aitt f 1trctqwt gjol3tC1 I SEMI-WEEKLY. C. D. HICVEOR , Editor. IHREVE:PORT, - - - LUt Iý-lA\3 Cyclones are the ramt It is easy to see what the sail trust I is driving at. Greater New York will have a debt of he $170 000,000. Mrs. Henry Ingram of Battle Creek, *.h 24 Mich., has fasted 90 days. 1. T A number of theatrlical rcompanies are ,linali walking tecause the ghost will not anst: walk. tion a _If thr The telegram reporting the discovery po,lr:4 of gold and silver in a Boston suburb ars is sufficiently bimetallic if true. rto:n The injury of a New York dramatio rn ntra agent by the explosion of his diamond lrat!< is a serious matter. Perhaps Thre paste .; fermented. at '. - - -- - - ` - If 'l'ie A Chicago ex-alderman claims that ` twenty-five dletectives are on his trail. There is nothing like imagining you are popular even after being ousted dc(mal from office. thte Virginia baseball play:ers have intro- hdee duced a new regulation for umpire:. held When a decision does not ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 June 1896

i 5000 YEAP8 OL . PPREC Ilow Mr. V BLAVATSKY'S SUCCESSOR 1S , ill VERY AGED-IN HER MIND s 6be (Az GIoce Over Fifty (tt~ur'' 'f i( ~r. Adtivity from Phazaoh'y Timne ý, a F th 'r'sent - A Mildl Surt of Ianary whlrh Is on the Increa;s,. RS. KATfHEilUNE only far TINGLEY, tha new W'orls theosophical ma- says, we 'hatma, seems to be at up ve as remarkable '1 nimanisril woman in many saying to - ways as wa- h :he ramprd 'igreat Blavat skY the story S herself. Hlir l*n- was i, a tity was v' '/'" 1 i. makea -' through the ta'a- lI'h.i. tivenessof awnlta lay by (1: wh) knew the secret and c:oill not ,dyingto keep it. Mrs. Tingley, so the esoter- T JIayn' aista all say, is a great clair:oyalt. who th'mn in can roll back the centuries and see her- , 1y si eel? in all the various incarnations my fathi through which her soul has passed httle la( from the beginning. For instance, l he *jqsins, knows that she and Mme. Blavatsky ing at were bosom friends in Egypt .,21' 'h)r! tlt years before Christ,...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 June 1896

TH.E PROGRE.SS. 1 Ef L iU KL.b . ;FE111-\C i":l:K lV.Y 01 t 'tlli h/ 4i el 1 Tml: S i'kiN~ia ainl. O ti pia) BY HICKS BROS. C D. HICKS......... . .......Editor. '-e.ared nh the Pntotoire at Shrcveport a oi Recondlas Mail Matter. U 0)m e 29I etiil I, !lNI iliu al It vteil, htwl eted Si wpriug; aud Miarket ftl L e .. ..Yea. e.......~~.............One Donllar MIt a toucbn. ........ ..... ...Sixty·five (143tl hi Three Mothtla....... ... .....Thirty-five Cents at Ucla. learnal Caddo Parish Farmers Union - 8IIRVE' ' titRT, LA . JCUN1, :2, I996. '., `JLILII-I···· _ _ _ tH 11C~ .OUR TICKET. this F r , F (tE IUEý'I'. IWii* RIC A~I P.(E1II)ANI. 1ic14 1Xwic I StHI OF IiOWA. _____ --------- - (CcO Lot us 'keep pulling for Shrove ,ports growth is I Thee0 re n1o fies on a Ialovilug .'btrz- 9Aw ta The Supreme Bench should he 1, com posed of lawyers, not politicians. er tb Our people shoubltd refuse to sl - th -nit 10 the pr)looied constitutional (?) ' amendment' a SIt woulld be better to pension s...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 June 1896

.4, - ,~ '·'4' 4 'iFn H Miss MAI1r Di·(( '~i Si - ,'.T 7.R 'FV. f· r -'4. . S A.( h.' 'h1ln(t q1tw I h'iitt54`i h~' lvl iii nlil~t rolled i~~t ~iii~ Rº"~luny vt'h.' l thy' utt ,414111 tit(.:t~( I)II11 lil'thl if (nIsi l LIJI*'~'. -1'' II t ll it 11 11 I'1 (II I'l. 14' lilsl st>n:o lrt1tt'I l h 1" 11 4 Illtl1i,. it `II iIl I` i i' Ilsitl 1 )1 '1 54. il51 4ip I1II I-11i fll. 1111..1` si i' , i"'n '1 ti Jill t' . ' I' i',w* I' -ti .-Is''' r l ii' 1 -I II- fit I.l 'I 'l I ( 't il : 1 it" o ""1 1 N "I il tV , N 1':1"111 s1t 1t)ll If 5- 444nll '' I 44,54.. 1~illi Il i'''' h"til'(i11'i'iI4 fit C1tl'1"II 111111 it l''t" 1'-til' 11 111 l'1 :.~ ' (11 II~ 1 " il"I' illl m-11 t v r i I I 111I I' I 111111. I' )\,N ,ti '' iI","I, '1:1111 Ii 111 I sll l' u I''' 111' n'11 111 II1II'* pill Iil): 1ý+ý11 ('h;~111t11)(1( (11111 . 4'' 14'" . 1 ' i ,'' 11 1'-''."i it NIll~ii~ ittht' ( 'siI~\ihll" i~tiusz: I~I~' Nlitt i i i (pit" 1 toll r. n..' O llie, r; .11~ 11, I.1 t, %tit~ ' jtl tit n I tesi l 'lit...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 June 1896

SGEN. YAMAGATA ON ' GEN GRANT. T'ie wa.irim reception eýld , 1 i ld 1tirsbal Yai aiigia in ihis at a try recalls tlie visit ,ef lei. (;Urant to 1:9pa it v:.enteen yitt;e r: 5 go n*oi t hs -nr,- ;.1 ce here of the listin usil: he(od w.S chosen to esCOrt 4ranit Ilurin his hI the Flowery Kinidopl, has afford ld an opportunity to old l in i 1 detaXiled .4' count of thte hosllitalitios -xtended (,º our honored (.4ountr' h ii :b « .1 1" a nese. '[he marquis expl;ained that he' hlit reluctantly excused Iimiiiielf to mIay', interviewers since his arrivral in Itli s country because of hi iliility to Umake himself Inulerstol I II lE1u E lishi exopt through a it trlItert' 81n uP potr~tuity to talk ion hoit V ', provdI tooH) u111(h11 of :l t t +i1: lion I r I lilt ' the O Irienltal nobls i ni a , ."'ho is k:14 no'l , to hold tIhc gei n ra l'; n e Ii'r n Iº "In the first I:*'. , S ,; 1 I itII R '. terou-hi his intppr fer, Mr irs: r· : iyou umust know that o,1 ,rant c iii I'mg beein to my ()til n...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 June 1896

E. t. BEARD & C1. TAL "GOD I Cut Irte ID g SiOte. "Are Farthi Fall What s tr, . Fathe Yer, wl·ý11 ha' < . ~·: p; An? . tyt articus a 2 owe(r li" *e For infl'Uai ar t 5. 1 11; Tichenor' An -pic............a: c Ca& oria ...... .... .. ............at : Ayers U tir Vigor...............a: Oe Bood's Sursalpai la..............at -10 A lcCk's lForu PLste... ......I110 Alpine Tea. ..................... al 100 Cut unra ..a......... .....at lic spider' 5gr. Quininte ap-uile cr I ills, ness, t a doz ..................... . ...102 tleness ness a countr Prescriptions filled with the best buy ti ingredients money can buy; prompt. little i very ly filled, properly filled, and by corm- The c4 potent persons at from 15 to 20 per think sent less than regular price. you w lampr - " takes E. G. BEARD & CO. is not We Between the opera bonrze and We c, the postotice. discos tion c O posur' contri Cu Rat Drug e ruin Cnt1t D18 g S10t . ' despo C. D. HICKS God our 11 fISTICE OF PEACE AND )NJTA...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 June 1896

IIJE pLIOGRESS. -- -~ w ------ ---- L---~ The Greatest of allloses in orthLos - =nn iOUSE that first inaugurated the method of EThe best rossible values at the least S possibe pricE twenty -three years ago, still leads, and will continue to do so. ý',ý `ýýý " mitators are pwentifu in all thing"s life, from te pulpit to the street Sfa ki"r". All have their imitators, but when you investigate intelligently yOU can always JUdiscern the best metal. JUST LOOK AT THESE OFFERINGS FOR THIS OUR GRAND SUMMER SALE r - -- I rAT THIS! I IN CENTS' WEAR SIC -S Our CORSET DEPARTMENT is~ the G eatest in This Section. We havlt the sole A'.renuY of the W. B. Celebrated c.ý Make Thompson Glove Fitting 31 . P. D. H. &L S. Dr. Warner's, The Kabo lu Fact, all the LEAIPING ML.ý1 i or 1 the. W orld. Our prices are Ji t 25 per cent I.+ t, any other comparative qLh ual' ity it this market. PARASOLS In Every 1niginahlk Qlitaly natd 'olor' to Match any I)re'.tA. We start the' liet' at 50ke, IC QeVKt. rn yo...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 2 July 1896

SEM-I EKM(Yj J&ALtA. J Ij&iAiL OL. 3-'() ) :ºo SI I IUWEP1'O( )RT. LA. '1'lI (' I''I)A j, ,l (' L\!, 18! . PI ICI (ENS he G( 3reatest Ejver O( fered ! For the next thirty days I will give such CUT IN PRICES that you wile S weep with delight at the Extraordinary Bargains. The prestige of nor and the power of truth are invincible and eternal, and the facts and figures in this advertisement are the annihilators that will clear of existence all honest competition. f 2 : = N A JUST LOOK AT THESE PRiCES! llnT~lS MILLINERY DEPARTM ENT. 10,_ V$2.5 - -a1 0 21 1 n c·I; G ! Sil k n '11......11."Id Hc shoe We Have Put a Knife in Trhis Department I .il TIhat l. ; 5 011 lot White Sil 1iass ;t.........2 ,nfld i-( will Sic or LJDI/'S D"rTED L/111 ) ,7 l I .14 SW, worth (111(a 1 s7,/or $215 0. Pice',-I fleacn ...5c X ,, I | l | F ive dn o.n1 1 inIlwt Tinlr; It......... .47 5 (/) -H- HI II 11 11111 Other FLOWERS AND PLUMES ! 1 irea1 oariet y t tr( t )i 1r . Ilr/lit wtill (ely (ei ' O t Black ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 2 July 1896

fght $iaatp at xagx SE;MI-WEEKLY. C. D. H CUO, EdIb t. $H1 EVEPORT LOUISIANt There' is no person had ealwgh riot Activel to contlttitplate reformi lg at sicime time the lv ill the flotife. ,W~ilke Many a mtian is goinli tlhrough life a kt a with the idea that hr wit! grow greaLt the cm:' by cirating Iro billri. he Li Iling ('hang, when h'e artives, i aturda will tinl the laundr'ieS UillF d Ing ie a; only i; well as h he lis exple't' d. liI h ~of rock Al erlit f. (elpht whose horse' work in the t the English lierhy, is said to i'e d of well friend of Williamn Waldorf Astor. 'ry n The Mohamtnedan faith was built lp thp n e+ by the sword. atnd it nat trally tr(tns 1r the sword toward defensreless C'1h ists- 1 911(11 oil s~ '.lans. _awuy t Miss M aid Ingersoll my it ha',e re- 'the 1ra fused to swear In a New fork court. pe'rihvir but wait till her shirt -waist colidi- rieince bution rolls tinder the diesse'r. niet t'h 14 ix Ml11waukee announce, that the ( il. ýlopI e t 0'i'e' seasot has...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 2 July 1896

F. MARTEL & SON, L The Old Reliable FOR IRON ROOFING 1 1. V ('t hops I'orrIngat " -1111l :4t:111111:;ox at*Itn R'ooitinZ 1'nstanltly os hd ' I" ;; : rl et prties. 'LTit arid tie"'. I ton. : lhop iprreparld for doinig all pI 1, " . 1 t k. Satlisf tI'I o 4 i( t)1 tl ll 0 II . A PhI ig dli1departmentT in (on 1,. 1 :i, «" ve, ald i pi pr :i7red toi df, work promit ly. A lar;,e aiork of ('),, in :i II g ll oi *f pL t el j .re ivetd I lid. -oiIe-fri:th Ip 11 1 ml 1', ( (om{oery, &o. F. M. HICKS, Pres. 8. B. HICKS, Vice-Pres. W. F. CHASE, Sec ard Treas. --DIREC IORS.- : .:. ;I.k. S. B. H -I- F H. Gosman, V. F. Chaseo' T. I-I. Scovell, Gco. Bickham. THE flIVKS V0PANY, (I.IMIT1'11) W oles1le Grocers a Cottolln Factors, 115 and 117 Texas street, Shreveport, La. Warehouses: Cnvner. SDrina and Travis, Travis ani C>mn irce S. B. McCUTCHEN, BJ XfKER, To L. STRI j'NGFELLOWJ C "s:E'r Al' ·I · iiý A Gene.l Bankinig BUsines', T'ranwe1, Cu "io Solicited and Promnpt Ret urn-i 11l a1., Cor. S...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 2 July 1896

BY HICKS BK09. C; I). IiK .K t .. ..... .... ... "······ r I It RII''tI IiN OeY.. ... . . ......One Dollar 1II Moutls ... . ......... l..uxty-liv c ('41dM Three Monnth'. ..... .. . ThirtyH (lve cernt *3@i&1 Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Union M RE1VEI'( iL'I IA.. .11111Y : 1, I!¶lt. F')I PHtwllIFN9', !t[HIAHI{ P. lAl NID. Its' Sit4 <)Itll I ! ROURA IC 11181 II )'lil 'Iti tilil:ý f 11O~tii, II' It-- i ItULOIK Ol I) I A petitei is 10 onig ei rni it+ oclured einong our peoplu to hava ImI ba tuird Altgelri put on the S'.plrenle InchI. h control, m an co hl i n t he OlIt14 1 , S. Sou in th v ator with all1 the help of F"' ster IantiI inflluence. 11 is a ptarnisa(1 andl ill rttest sympathty with vote Hteaoitr4 of this I express state. The 'Iettiion4 it I 1oW Iphiase a Iutlhorit of Fosteriarn, andl we unt care to try Slate g on any of them. The people of the city 8hreveLort want .I (lO4e Livnd on th lilberate iuprene Bench; if Blanchart d is the lieve, ith anan his hoiut p)'ols woiUl...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 2 July 1896

DOME \LVEDD , Nv :_c_* MADAM ! Ir Arthur Renfroe and Miss Alice Young 1 Thtth e il ABC6 O~ng own xce*-(ingl, 1"That Shge wonl the cotton will C SUnited in Marriage At the bieent dlin? WI Home of the Bride's That Howard Mother. othelir project on will be successft That the wet ---- he n too hot to cial question. Sj. M. Altord and Wm. H. La- 'Tu* t the bill Prade Officiate. of course. That She woi eut Legislature &londay eveiigi the ht n oe of Ir That Ino one J, oioung on Southern avenue that the politic s thronged with frie!Jds of the parish or State Ily to with'e the marriage of the That the bi ther's only daughter, Miis Alice. glimited to a SpIt The evi eilnce of fritnlly otlices an hutr. here frieday hearts hadl hel That She h erll work were on all sidt , a hut thinks the hiut thinks thr r . bore the cereniooy W ds 1111de1' the hit ri. .,ea was lecominitgly decoralel dil , thesules b flowers, while rich rugs ne'tletl hSe dl aet where the couple wis to t andl That She d 'le con...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 2 July 1896

u:! -" d;~l~f~5"~"`\\ A E ý f M Ir.c a !: lf ý " I I ýi I ýI I ;L~j~liIf / q, r ý ý THE FA'TAL STAR. sor bthem, They A Fourth of July Story. Min Tc T is Fourth of July ese pa in San Francisco. them. The clear, blue sky, his fal like a mammoth motliet bowl cat from one him. great turquois and A lit turyned over he from town, is a back- nursed ground for thou- near t VIRsands of flags float- Englis lag from the roofs comes of public buildings and hi and windows of private patriots. All about the flags are big. Everything is on a boyho4 large scale in California, the fruit that he dw' Js exposed for sale, the great roses that nowne enamored youths are buying for their Frane adored ones. The children are playing night .3a the streets with mighty torpedoes, forma that make an explosion calculated to sion 4 Jeafenr one. Large men, with ample Blashl ladies on their arms, may be seen in a gre every direction. Immense baskets are ture beilng borne to the doors of their cus- Min 1 1tomers by ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 2 July 1896

ladness Comes itha better unli'rstaning of the ttransie nt, fat are of tlhe many phiys ills, which vanish hbefore proper ef entle effTorts pieasa:int elforts ly directted. T'Iher is ciomfortlt in knowledge, that so ri.uny fornw:Iof Deaare not dIe to 1nv aetiiil d is , but simiply to it cnist IJ SteI' iii of the Hsystem, whichli t le pleasant ily JIaxtive, Syrup(if Figs, promipt tmovVCi. That is why it is the only dy with uiililo5ns(of fIamilies, still is where esteemed si) highly hy all value good health. Its hen lficial to are a ue to the fart, thuat it is t I,e remedy whicih promotes internal uliness witihout det ilitating the s on which it eits. It is therefore important., in (order to get ;Is bene l effects, to notet when you pullr ,that you have the gennine aiti which is mannufactured Iiv tlhe ('nil a Fig Hyrup (o. only and sold lby reputable druggists. f in the enjcyment of good health, the system is regular, laxatives (or r remedies are then not needed. If ted with any netiua...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 2 July 1896

The Greatest of all Houses in North Losia amon-na- HOUSE that first inaugurated the method of "The best Gossible values at the least ~ I ' possibe price, twenty-tht ee years ago. still ,eads, and will continue todo so c e 4 . E munn,,,,,, sIm itators are plentiful ir all things in this life, from the pulpit to the street .2 fakir. All have their imitators, but when you investigate intellgently you can always I discern the best metal. JUST LOOK AT THESE OFFERINGS FOR THIS OUR GRAND SUMMER SALE J UST L 0 . . ~ h. . Our CORSET DEPARTMENT is the Greatest in This Section. We httVe the sole Atreeey of theL s W. B. Cclrhr, ltr 1 , ý Malm ' . Thompson Glove Fitting Z' P.D. H. & S. Dr. Warner , h The Kaho Iii Fact. i Of e thy 11 11s 11~t t14. 1 o1 114 l'(Marpice's tIlju". 1') n1r'1'a 1' I.µ(1 ti ally IetheE. telliie t1i:i i" N. II All*h I thl; mark t. PA RASOLS yr Mwo IIIIt h 1ne1 Dli W e still l h titv 1111 0 .11(14 !'' IN, ,11 ynli CCtaI ntI 111 Ill h1a1 L1- 11 µ1 11"4 11 14) foill you...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 4 July 1896

SAAAA4l lu O AAAAAAA _SI ') IIii;IVIEI(IP I I,.L SA'I'. I l)Af, ,1i JI,' I IM , Iws!;. - 1 i111 , (I4,, N S he G E 0 f red i For the next thirty days I will give such CUT IN PRICES that you he G reatest Ever f red weep with delight at the Extraordinary Bargains. The prestig and the power of truth are invincible and eternal, and the facts and figures in this advertisement are the annihilators that will clea of existence all honest competition. A : : :: : : JUST LOOK AT THESE PRIC -Brow's MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. _ ,, ' ýCnt w_- a r "- -I'r-i We Have Put a Knife in This Department I 5_ -.e le W hite \iik Liar,,! i at .... *Ind ir u'ilf ( 'te qoa Jl IDIPY ENlIfIOhTEl Th/,III)E I S-hI //iI. 'S, iro / ,9 . li t a 57d f,'or $2,50. , Pi,,.. .1 ilahi,) n ...5...... % II I I i I I I I I I 1 1 Ii l 0 e i len 't I 111 t. .. -i-I ,er FLOWERS AND PLUMES ! l. //,at if u/ i.'.. .. .. . ' ....... /h,-, ('lo.s l. b u er'. 'o.n .Ihtu.,/l not / /il to - ,in O r(,i.II iwsýivirse n1 n;i m 30n. & 30 T...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 4 July 1896

he hret' cart Ocýý: i~ t I SEMI-WEyEKLY. TH C. D. llIC'li, Editor. 11IRI'EI'ORT', - - " IA)'S1 A. N Nothing is what it Is cracked ulj to u be except ic('e. ºIt Crell Rhodes' prollts from his dln mrond mines last year were $2, 500,000. A (ansas nian .as whirled around All iO fast hy a eyelono that lie stepped on 'I bis own iheels. kin May was a nmontIli of disaster.. More t than a thousand people were killed by n ryclonies alone. When Quteen Victoria iputs on hieri Ftiate rohes vii, ,,onietimiis w('ars $U50, 000 w)orlth of jewelry. Capt. William L,. ('ash, a famnous ex- 4) pert rilleman of \Vashington, dited last e week. It is hol,'d that hIe was read y idr cash. "What will prevent wo4men from I h pouli'ing kIroIellie on tires?" I1sks the l I' New London 'I'elegraplh. Well, d11ath 14t4 usually do'es it. 4t1 - . wi Jacob ()Oppe'nher'imier of lrooklY n, N. Y., Is suing for a divorce lleealse his; wife joined a woimiln's lodge an d Al stayed oult llnto at night. Many of the "insttanhl...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 4 July 1896

WOMA NS C( LNER.1t. *lTERESTING READING FOR i DiAMES AND DAfrMSELS. pI llent :o.e of the A1odera-. voung l Nady; D); .r i)rea4' i '4tat)Itue !fo)r AimnerTr -ule 4 "+Isllhing (.own of Sphair. ---- lIIE m:ost charming of thi' nw mate- A rials is lab led; tl "ca rva..." It (on 's " , in u luh delightful 4olo lis, 4 nfmnhing to - accept with Spl)ecial grai the soft pink h antd the hyacinth a blue. Al I iough th, t ii voluminiious skir t still obtains, its 14 fullness is somewhat moalitid and it. s jonduct altogether les.; agtgresivP. It 1 lopes gently outward from the hips r toward the ground, and carries in its s train, or rather want of train, less ;l eIg'rt than didl Its predecessor, thei irt of yesteryear. Sleeves seen in m wat models fromn Pari.4 are smaller i and fit tightly to the arm six inches I bove the elbow, exhibiting their full tess only at the top, and somet:cimnes pensing with It there and i)ermitting - plaited epaulet to supply the nece(s try width on the shoulder, wi...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 4 July 1896

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