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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 September 1896

AT SPEECHES HEARD BY FEW. I1'1 11a fI;:l of The-n l)elivred to a Very Small Nun,hlwr of Audltors. NEW G 'N It a curius ftact that many of the TH: T.. t ,ches whi'h gavi iinmortality - 'eorator(s hi) ma il the( were (de- Record "ered 1in cauilrativ'ly 6smill rooma E,,ntrpr ' .(. 1 tosm;'l11 udI'nc When Webster, t.rpni" l' 1 tode his great arglumenllt in the Dart- Li.,ne "l,. ',,t - college- r1 i . .1, 1sil(" froln the' ,'lr i Ship Asi t.i " t1 the off-icial5s I charge of the roomn,' The bo '* who, Were not ,o) persons present, and Iade t1( 1o111 ( mlany h'-lie thltt he spoke to new l t- Iled g 5Cllltors and tother high officials, his new I toli en we read of Patrick Henry's was superior to derul display of elo(qulnce, we see kind, is not lil our mind's eye a spacious room and substance after I jm enuSi crowd of people listening chant ship now his burning words with almost the North ( $rnu aless attention. But, in truth, ship was laid d( y of these speeches which quickened pose of c...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 September 1896

SEMI-WEEKLY. C. D. hilCKS. Editor. IIREVEPORT, - - - LOUISIANA. When :: man starts out for blooa no renerdlly l:as to furnish it. Of all p)(':O! the nman who has nctli , : rit teil, and tells it in a whisper, is tke s,,r;t. i" ople wvho work for the Inlc of it ;r. r enral;litYV people w\l:o ae \working hcr t !(th 1fl5t(l i. Ti"rr' is some comfort in kno'ning that, yenou c:t do things that others con i:acr worthy of imitation. An eastern paper says salt is good for army worms. The farmers waltt to know what is bad for them. It i; said that on bicycles women look bler than men. The fact is that women look better than men anywhere. Women lead in many advances. No drude has yet been bold enough to wear his necktie on the back of his neck while sober. A man is either rich or poor accord ing to what his ideas of life are, inde pendent of the amount of property he may possess. Considering all the things that are either done or attempted with refer ence to him, the rich man deserves pr...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 September 1896

:MARITEL & SON, :,,. 211 Texas' Street. Tle Old Reliable R IRON ROOFING kot V C'rim p, 'urrutg :t'd and Standing Seam Rooflnconstantly on I marlkt pri ,.. Tin ar; Shbot Iron. Shop prepared for doing all work. Sati.fa 'two zIuaIra!tecd. A Plumbing department in con blh,above. anyd is prelpared to do work promptly. A large stock of Beating Sloves just received. House-furnishing Goods, Crockery, &c. SHItEVEPORT, LA. tS, B. McC UTC H EN, ' T, L. STRINGFELLOW, CASHIER General Banking Business Transacted, Collections ited and Prompt Returns Made. Ing & Milam Streets, -:- Shreveport, La. C. A. ALSTON, nd Ceneral - * * age W arehouse Busilless. al Cash Advancemonts on Consignments. ce and Warehouse corner Crockett and Spring broveport, La. TEXAS ' P ROUTE PAClFIC OFFERS THE PUBLIC Passenger Service BETWEEN EXAS EAST AiD SIUHEAST. A on Ball Train SED ONE HOUR IN TIME. F,1rt Worth, 7:05 a.m.. Dallas, ;Union Dipor, 8:15 a m. Ar Louis, ?':i5 a.m. next day. ed Eveaig lipress HAs BEE....

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 September 1896

THE MOST NTERESTING 1Vlid Summer Sale ever made for the special benefit for the Ladies and MIisscs  of Shrevep r:, La., on Tuesday Aug. 20th. WM e will haVl'IºII ý1 lr ;II IIII) I,;lIlirs ;IIºl J1iss44s, ill';nati'cal talilý'r n lla li ' 11ý(, : n ik ; 1i 111 novlt iii r , tl i; 1 1, W il a lso o h a v e 0 s ale .1 .kir1s. H1se  polls wTill ' i i 1hisi X1' ;It 'e 'l' . 1for Iisses :1111 l. l', I. ,li ll. 1, L ot E u rek a al: dig BI (O The % '1it L.i 1)JI w sI.ir;l; 1nI L at 11'. E1h not lvirw )mnUV i; wortJh 1oubl th; pri e Ir 1ul tl f' P juIts , at 3 1-2c, for fhis i 11i111, ;; .1 '. lll'r1 ;,n Z uwli:l" 'l,;'l1 141 u t 1.h 1 (' 1l tli1 ý ll ))' o1 11' ll;hnllll'; lI'tlll' :lu ll (1 \ N'l )t w ill ,,'` tIl' I t'l li l !< ( E+STA BLISIED 1874 REMEMBER THE PLACE IIIl 2Il i, Wlw ( r II III IcII II) II I III. THE PROGRESS. SEI I- Wi,:FK Y. r )a.iugn liltr lIar Arr rterl, Wednesday mnorring a louble burglary, whien was committed at 4 o'clock, cause(d unusual excitemnent among the ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 5 September 1896

2THE PRO ESS l T5.- NO ). -I;. SI I I'F ,I . , SA 'I'i' IU)Ax ýr s '12 I ºTIºM Iý PI IC I 5 ( 'I __ _ BEEo a R SESSF In obtaining part of the stock of the well-known Cary Bros., of New York wIch Wv promise in a few days to be able t. Live and show you the Latest Designs in all Styles t Wi, ,v, j,1 ,',eivcI i.,, n, ,IIr,,t , i fine Imported dress good's, also a beantiful line of trimmings and in fact every tie ier' I'r . ll ; II Vin l l-:, ih ao i, , tainingto the dry g o: S !,..i. "os : We have an e:tra stock, which are to al,;,l,.tI ;i:I , a:. the ..1II' , I , l bIei.W (1111 jr, 1. . 1,,, 1,\ iA GC O I I/AG TO B E S A C R IF IC E D\ .OM ill to,li. \\, arl, to Il,1V 0,'i' i/ 8 I 1 i.' iSo don't fail to come ando See the ;,rg Iins i every thi . CLOTHING! W, a Iarje s(r ck :ci a- r saiughtrui  O` to (Iot' 111o pi4, hut111 wI In ll o a siot. 1h1 DON'T FORGET THE PLACE 3051 317 rD~TTX, but ;tk you to cI I u uýll W, :il eai le ouI to, l U SItI( [1EV FPfl f , p;las,'O r op, l in...

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

Jhe hrvc'eport ?rogeu . SEMI-WEEKLY. 11REV1EI;I'OIT', - - - LUI'lT.\.,A. Gre ak a.nbli- Ir , :o t tal n 1 i5 a st. ii, rIL Jlililwf. S r ý z'ý' l I ! !1 I;t , ,' ,:I!", :Iris -','1t ., 7. ( niar l ii 4, . 4 !, 4 i l! ' 1i1 , 1 w , 1 :, !. Iain T 4r o ee i* ia l. T 44 n ie s I thith 1' thr V -'4r '':1 halos of? infantry. a d i i :. mrke] no obj,,l tio tl h e' (Irllll \\i",y. rn ' r at ti 1 4,, ; 1" 1 l, ui.lV t i( ri l, r t D ur ing| I't(' rt II,... t,f l' ;: (1 l,+y!. 'l 1 : 11 1 jh st II\ 4 il ll mln r''u'ti-,(,1 4I44 411 41f it iu };u4 il t:4 a iii. ; 4l no obj n "1ill t ,o t l nlii ; I , (reek snlctL irs on Is; r;l ' , , it i lti .on h dl rs if ar w k o 4 t,.4 ' and 'I:r'kcv Wcl4r, 4 i 1:i;4 b, "41 , ,I - th" I t ll: nt s t hili er thrv ree i t I' a : toaliond oft inf:1h1tr , and if ho1 r:,fr nmaltes no oblj,,4414n th1 11 ('44 k.4 toil i (rtainly gr o tll re aIs) lin a i ti''I'. I' irs mm 'ine t. 'hl e t tin it+;4 hxl4 a hiolg. bo4 rowed lt.onei' tioiigil 14 Iu4l'l0:Ise a f...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 5 September 1896

I Ei A NI tt 1 titon. One Il;if (',Il'f,,riv 'i4CY ITAD T"HE INDIANAPOLIS SICKET. c In tiv nthil , , r.l m I-:f r I'nh l, illi\'4 ' It ('ia nl " t1,01l' h ilt lip WA i' th e!l r sl , la h... ,h ý ;l ' r n l l t!r l t anlit I'al llIer '. i': I. I , il ;t ,1 it A: ',.Il ILm It " l h e : ,despite tei ,it. li''';ti]' 1id I/z lt,' oil! wInI , ithe ti'ckl t i(,ilderti werel' e1g,,tr to s''l ,. Lntrtanl( '. ' ,/ At 1itt! i''rn ngi t Chsatirmtnt ntif ;I ot ':I .fery callt'd th 'e i t''t ili i iit Io)i orI r. 1 ) ' ll. I 'There was lo prayer'l'. S~nall;tor) (lafft'ry t ..infornmld the conv"etition that the Cono- The f lmitte on resolutions was not 'ready to of the report, and bK,('g'd Its patient Indul- u Ipoll s 3;,gence for a few ioments. He Ind hard- 'faxat lY finished the ,.,tnlnte' b)efore 1,000 rightful Soices shi(tted for Ilr'ckinridge. The galleri'Ks and dei'leg;itl' joined in the ,ilouint call. I! arose and imade a short expenl Speech. y Judge Moran, of Illinoioi, then moved rivei...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 5 September 1896

TiE. PROGRESS. ýlt lt \ -\VE K I' t']1( IY. BY HICKS BROS. s"_' 5. HI K. . ........I;t,. 'netered in the P'ostortire t 'ithrvvepori a. Sgicond-(IlaIs Mail >Matter. O"J.fith'r-- l ail 'lti5 Milbitn Strie, l.fl w55* lg UCB.CRIPTION : One Ye : ..... ...............One Dollar Sit MoI)th. ......ixty-f re Cents Three Montlis. ..........Thirty-tive Cents 4eilal Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Union SHREVEPO(IRT. ., SEPT. 5, 19,)6. ,DEMOCRATIC TICKET. 1O )11 PiEIl)FN''T, A W. IRTAN. -uV OF NEBRARRA, FOR VICE'PRERIDENT, Air'HUR SEVWALL. OF Mi.INE. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMEk T, tSe "To The Progress: t Pleanearronno'll, me a 1 t' ahlidiltte f I re-clection to the 55th oogr'ol. " le, Illig 0, nofm:i natio#n by + h> 1 ot thia,Fourth D)ijtrict. Aouru pr ty 11. W . ,GIDEN. A PThe ,0,',- i itt ,r'ized to :iinuin; wisi tION. B. W. MAR rON N at a <4 Fell IJat Iv' for (Ongress fo r ip Four'th lI)is ,.t , t~thjhcr to the nom inatoun of the I)elo ly fi 10ratlu party of said districl. solm Speech of ...

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

And Events., kited By Miss Mar, Dinele. M, PolleoJ 1 y le ret. F l re." at reader; of Dickens will no las :. gnize this saying as oc- Ni frequently in '"Our Mutual calls to mind the "Reverie belor" by Ik. Marvel. In E mebtioned Lizzie and Char before the tire, and looking ha S"the htol'.w by the flareu," fi `to themselves coming events an their catltes in the air. So "Bachelor" in his easy chair th dot  ii ; )ol tle tl l),r Hi I., -, ito) the tire anI 'jthe t'uoo away. Sc Of us has n1ot (l'll te il sallle at' fore the bright glowing lire ate and look down into the -w many pleasant things we to e is the olh school house. and girls, with w hor we and played on the old play -lany of them have passed that Heavenly tchool to sit " at Jesus' feet. of us who are left, are now t' perhaps never to meet earth. F slathe dear old home with 1V patient mother with her gathered around her, the U is there looking upon his w ily with uride. The aýene cc the once pleasant home is st Father and mothe...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 5 September 1896

THE GOLD DEI) MOCRATS MEET IN CONVENTION AT IN DIANAPOLIS, IND. About 500 I)D.lea'r  are Pre.,snt i.x (Gov. Il'i er %%:al I:It., Tiemp orary ('ChairiIIman aniid .Later ".enator llon*ielola 'Caflery I'er i neI ( t hairn an. 'l'omlinl:on lia:'.. Ini:: nap)riis, ini., day the doors ,,..llin, to Tomnlinsl, hall were' opened, lre admission1 was con fined tinder strict ordtlrs to ticket hold ers. Senator Palmer rose at 12:3:, alnd struck the ga.el, and Ilishop White then read a short prayer. After the prayer the delegates rose. Senator Palmer annolllcllled that the sec retary would ruead the call for the con vention. Then a call of stat.s to ascertain the present standing followed. Senator Palnmer then introduced Mr. Brennan. of Washington, who read the report of the national committee. The recommenndation that the rules which governed the last Democratic conlven tion, "which was helIl in 192." should govern this 'onv"nti ln, was cheered to the echo. The report rcom:) ndtle: ex-Gov. Flow...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 5 September 1896

WM. J. BRYAN'S SPEECH. the Democratic Nomination for Preirlent of the United States- jivered Before 22,000 Peo ple at Madison Squnre Garden, New York, Au gust 12, 1896. IWF"'I'I' IN NEIWH';'AI' ER INI .'\I 1EI"?'O(T ) . a futllur n f ne in a fnorn'llll lit' -:elpt the .iciinl in w'l hich iS , ip!. lred by thno ljii tihn I" 'l ruti 50l,' ad I IShall at that ir'' tol iistuni iMsues p!'r' pte'' by thi' pla til in Si fittloll , ih\. ' iet r, sat Itiie with I the priM'H' of ltha , h-re i tit It I ipeak ItI l lll ' ittgth Ilii r' ,litill the campI' ignl (ip1on whichI we1 rillitll eatering. \`"r do iist 11d lr 1 ,1l. irito the forcr'ia rrIeIlii ,gaitlilit , rl eh it -are e iunl iilidfuil of thi n ili pot t.il of the s'ii'lu i: n wr hii WI 111h 0y dg; but. r.I linkg fur tw eii" Ill o rtightlc. ons, ofi ( ,it r iise1. "TI defend with all p~ ::,iiite vigor appoi 11 taken by (oill' ilrty. nmorn, been cltarrgeld by iin tand- Joy I In bulin41t : I l id p itl(llenl dr- ,\ P our platforml i, ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 5 September 1896

THE MOST NTERESTIN( Mid Summer Sale ever made for the special bcnelit for the Ladie and 1ia of Shrevepor, La., ,;n W:uesday Aug. 20th. \ ili; h ,0t <,, , ii.:,li, i il 11i, I,,,-li tl t ilr Ilre ii I , ýi ''I, uI,' ý . .i .1: ,, , I i. I " "I .... ALYIsi D 187l -- R M B 1 'Prints, at 3 w2c for I IIll, :is . I'. ]i :l'i l iil'l. 1,,,ll: ,.I,, ,I ,, , i ll ., 1li il il: i l llli< i , :tlnI 1111' \I,11 1111,1 '11!)'1 h ll ",'111 11 1'll.( I,,i l llilil 1 1 `q I " ,,,, ,i ll''11.11' I,,,'0I1,r, 111,'-i, ' ,:11.< ., II,,.,, 11 11'111 \:l il \ 1II) 11;1` 11 (J:)'1 f,,,.Il4 11,, " (ysa le o n ly ! REMEMBER TIHE PLACE H Eq1 Ill ...I l .! I 1; ) 1VI ý' (6n (.)Ivr y I.),. I ý', 1_ f/Lt PROGRESS. ,4E \II \V '1 *:1{ I MADAM RUMOR SAYS , .: . .. :4 That SNhe will inw venture hat li bod--ii-, law will lip niimian of that ratiti uit'a1,11 ne tilg, so, Ie l Iall make that little speech "what he hlaas practicing on". That the peollo, as a i rhjl; arie h, hind Mlayo, M5cKellar on street i...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 September 1896

4-whtI,7C. , HT P,,/'JES 4EE Vlt¶JkLJ&&A33A -5.-N. H.I V ) L . I ) q l:K 1 . Pi. i CEN TS. ·1} I v.I5.-- i). 1 6,. StI IRE V E P()I T , IA . T I ll )A , IIT C Il E 1 1 ! . I R ( ,.5 C ,, " RVING BEN :1VER SU E 0SFUL _=___.__1 In obtaining part of the stock of the well-known Cary Bros., of New York which we promise in a few days to be able to give and show you the Latest Designs in all Styles of W c I" 1 ust ,recivd a Ir.. vss,,rt,,ett ,, fine Imported dress goods, also a beantiful line oftrimmings and in fact every thin per I . ';sl ;rnd Umlbreilas, whi, wNe e , in , tainingto the dry goods line. Shoes! We have an extra stock, which are to a ,liiit Lt 2It !e .,WaV . ,s the .... 1V '1 , ol l ait t. th will b Lo . GOING TO BE SACRIFICED. e\'e c(::;, now show you the finest assortml ent of alli- So don't fail to come and Se? the targins in every thing. CLOTHING! We have a large stck and are slacg'tern9 I Cos in tow rn. 'e are to hbusy recieving and mlarkint goods to quote you ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 September 1896

SEMI-WEEKLY. C. D. HICKS, Editor. SHIREVEPORT, - -- LOUISIANA. Personal abuse Is hot a political argo. meat. It's a very old woman that boasts of her age. It was so hot in Chicago last week that an ice box took fire. Li Hu1In Chang told a daputation that he favored arbitration, especially with Japan. Don't be in a hurry. John Walters of Franklin, Ind., rode for a doctor in such haste that his horse dropped dead. If, is the proper thing now to use the word "ignited" instead of "fired" when speaking of the man who has lost his job. If, according to the old proverb, speech Is silver and silence golden, we already have free and unlimited coin age. That there is no more sensible animal than the horse was proved in Shelby ville, Ind., the other day when an un caged bloomer girl caused a runaway. An Eau Claire calltalist was arrested in that town for wearing a too scanty bathing suit. Apparently Eau Claire has determined never to be a fashion able summer resort. A Michigan hypnotist propos...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 September 1896

S. B. McCUTCHEN, T, L. STRINGFELLOW, CALSHIER A General Banking Business Transacted, Collection3 Solicited and Prompt Returns Made. r. Spring & Milam Streets, -:- Shreveport, La. C. A. ALSTON, OCiTTO : F'.A.CTOZ And Ceneral - - * (or age i Warehouse Business. Liberal Cash Advancements on Consignments. Office and Warehouse corner Crockett and Spring _ts, hroveport, La. TEXAS ROUTE PACIFIC OFFERS THE PUBLIC Best Passenger Service BETWEEN EXAS HE EAST AND SOUTHEAST. annon Ball Train oRIHoTrEED ONE HOUR IN TIME. avei F.rt Worth, 7:05 a.n.. Dallas, s.m.; Union Dspot, 8:15 a t. Ar.- I St. Louis, 7:35 a.m. nest day. I lted Evening ~preoss HAS BEEN QU;CKENED * HOURS TO ST. LOUIS AND THE EAST. 4 HOURS TO MEMPHIS. ONE HOUR TO NEW ORLEANS, NLY TWO DAYS BETWEEN XAS AND NEW YORK, Pullman Bateuf Sleeping Care to 8t. LInis, Chicago. New O:lrans and Paofio Coast. rough any coacnsa eacn way o.e I en Fors w or;h and Mempbis. or tickets, ratee and furtier infor on, ca 1 on or ajdress your nearest ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 September 1896

TH.E PROGRESS. M EI ilK bY. .Prublished .every 'I'lhursdaty all Slatul'day BY HICKS BROS. 't D. Hf! K S, . .............. ':di ' CSterel- in the t'oitortiv.f t tihru'veport i 44WoInd-(CI$ss Mail 1atturr. mtne- -:Jli and 2101 Mi1in Sli ret, bht wed Slpring and Market. SUBSCRIPTION: S'V)ne Yeas ...... .. ............One Dollar Shlx Mouths..... ..... ..... Sixty-five Cents I , t Three Mouths...... ........ Thirty-five Cents 'l )eial Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Union SHREVEP(ORT, LA.. SEPT'. 1Il. 1wi;. DEMOCRAIC TICKET. 'i)i: 1;RE DlriE'I '. '11 r WF.A DUTAX. OF NEBRASRA, FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ARTHUR SEWALL. OF MAINE. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMEI T, "To The Progress: Ple~asannou (cre me as a candidate for . re-clect.ion to the 55th r'ongres.' subjevt to nltnoination by the DI)Plo'raltic party ' of this,Fourth D)iutrict. Yours truly. H. W. ,GUDEN. The Progress is authorthized to anlolllOcii e "IO . B. W. MAR-foN as a canulilate b for Congress foorn he Fourth I)islrltt. -enahject to the nomin...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 September 1896

fur T ' I ,:'1,', BABY'S P'RAYEI\I' S 1I)1, 1, l I 'I 1 1-1151 ' in '1 / III 1 ''h I lll l li- . I''aIl It t ll, h' 1111 'i ki ii ,. t, a I lto ~ h, 1' i 'h I l l ilt s ln e ll I j g. e p r . . e s I " ,1 n ol , , A~ IIvn 1 IiI 1): 1 Im) 1, Wily - (1s( 11111 ,1111, 4i 1". 1 111ll I, I , I _ I t inllh ilI II I I II 1llrl1' I/1' 1211111 11 t I II 1' 12l'lll ik 11f l praiV,,-'" 1)1 I .t n ,u el+ u i k i i, as' h 1' nr +o 111(1 l bill r1hi 111h prnyl , n' t ll h elit' r ll e l dl h,1 t h e w h i hl , iy ,lun''. nri, Iiy 11,111 "1 Ia , . I '' t tr} d'fort I rn.l'llii , t111 1 I I- IbIk , tlo 1! ."I ,,1' , )Ir Ia ,..u,, .ak,,. SA 41 11 11' 1i'11 y fll, I. " me Imh11211 whInoll n11 lIdy hIyl ' ," btal with t h'i i t Il ti t 1 t1rl, 111)1 'o te' 1111 11111 w i th I. l t' lik 1 111 1 +'' . , ,'" vIt I ,, . , I " Umy Allm011, m py (lupl and11 'Tn d' - , lst. h '. ,llhl , ill ,llgI 1h 1' S' I ,tti Il IIl i' ' i illt l hin' - *--- - t- I ll I ,oItd l a l Ing , r hl i -h oll , l l ittle th...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 September 1896

HON. WM. J BRYAN'S SPEECH. Aoopting the Democratic Nomination for President of the United States - Delivered Before 22,000 Peo ple at Madison Square Gardcn, New York, Au gust 12, 18S6. (WE',TEIRN NEWSI'A' ERt UNION IEI tT.) "Mr. Chairman, (renttlermen of the' Committeo and Fellow ('tizenur I shall, at a future day and in a formal letter, accept the nomination which is; now tendered by tho notill'atin c'o0n mittee, and I shall at that tlime toun0h upon the laUursi prfesMentcel by the platt form. It is fitting, however, at this time, in the pres.n!'e of those here as sembled, I sjeal; at some length in r' card to the o i mp i;,l upon "i h'. '1 s: are now ent: ring. W' doI not lunder. estimate the forces arrayed agaln;ut u, neith.r are we unmindful of the im -,,A'Lance of the struggle in which we are engaged; but, relying for success C upon the righteousnnce of our cantue, tve shall defend with all po.;;iblo vigor the positions taken by our party. "It has been charged by men stand rg ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 September 1896

-deeds ( futiihirs to sellishness. - t Opped fr, :t ,I p.rm:anrntl| enrld. N1 Sdrat, sI " u, o'f Ir. KIllne'nGrva't Nerv D D. IK. iJ, 911 Arch t., 1hiladelphia, Pa. happy hitmte r'veals a cCurtship has never cided . adness Comes tha better understanding of the .trnsicnt nature of the mnany phys , which vanislh before proper ef entle cfforts-pleasantefforts dirc('t',d. There is comfort in owletdh, that so many form; of s are not due to any actual dis Sbut simply to a constipatedcondi the system, which the pleasant y laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt oves. That is why it is the only Swith millionsof families, and i; where esteemed so highly by all alue good health. Its beneficial are due to the fact, that it is tlhe medy which promotes internal ess without debilitating the on which it acts. It is therefore rtant, in order to get its bene effects, to note when you par that you have the genuine arti hick is manufactured by the Cali Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by table druggists. n the Cen...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 September 1896

THE .MOST NTERESTING Mid Summer Sale ever made for the special benefit for the Ladies and Mis of Shrevepor', La., on Tuesday Aug. 20th. Swill hiave 'ýin *ih' .:i 0 *liti and 114i Ii 1t1' i wititl) k suiit :111 tI4))llt\ ndmic s th ii is ith , rst ti"" Iil also have c n s R O 1aC isses 1) s its were .er i' vll iln this iarilket, also ai 'l':a t. li!ne o I adi +' white Duck anl 1 Molalir ;i1s' s T fiwt s will i this a a ( tI1 1ies ýh I .l f. lAi C sXis. { i L o t E u re k a In d ig o B iuU The white Lussi; DIui k Du k r1 Ibuy at l1.5 eac I all 1 ' v it i ii'r iiV Vvie w4 44 I.e , , (i •lC ,,i 'it ll at 3 lm2c, for this S ui, ;Is ,1r.! Iern,, n "Z7,uli., closed" out I 1 t1'"e ltire clstock .1' tlh II f, wtur(' d you will .,t the bl , ilit ! 1l (Ci'e eri befor e th si re r tok iIf yo wV it 1our ' 1e may b ieron (cQhsphny i1 sh{ W i innw. sale cnly ! EST'ABLIS BEBD 1874 REMEMBER THE PLACE 'A' 1311 AV ]v Wrj Ijw D>III)I (CcI INW2TiII -- .-~~4 " " iL-~ "II 1LU " = -  ,-',2" ,  - TH...

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