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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 September 1896

I EM-WEEKLY. TH E IPROG ,;RE S EIt',M ,. 17 &.I' 5i. ýý. ýU. f8n. SIIREVEPORTq LA., ''II(1IhDAY, sEPT'l'5MBF Ii1, 1896i. PR'ICE,,5CINS ___ ann a sumiess n V E - U 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 IAive just receive'(li a large, assurtiiit of fine Imported dress goods, also a beantiful line of trimmings and in fact every thins per ';Iarasols andt Umbrellas, which we are going tainingto the dry goods line. Shoes! We have an extra stock, which are to alnmos)t give away, as the prices will be so low you GOING TO BE SACRIFICE D We can now show you the finest assortment of cali So don't fail to come and See the bargains in every thmng. CLOTHING! We have a larje stcck and are slaughtermyg t1 s in town. We are to bush recieving and marking goods to quote you prices, but will do so in a short time, DON'T FORGET THE PLACE 307 TEXAS STEET ut ask 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. — 17 September 1896

S. B. cCUTCH EN, S.BJ .KER6 T, L. STRINGFELLOW, CL-SHIER A General Banking Business Transacted, Collections Solicited and Prompt Returns Made. Cor. Spring & Milam Streets, -:- Shreveport, La. 0. A. ALSTON, COT-TO - = : .A..cTo And General - * * Storage d Warehouse Business. Liberal Cash Advancements on Consignments. Office and Warehouse corner Crockett and Spring eets, .Shreveport, La. I - -- --.. . . _''. .. PACIFIC OFFERS THE PUBLIC S Best Passenger Service BETWEEN TEXAS SHE EAST AID 8)UHEAST. Cannon Ball Train 880ARBNED OXU HOUR IN TIME. ave, Fs rt Wortb, ':05 a.m.. Dallas, .-Si a.m. Union Depot, 8:15 a m. Ar. - viva BE. ILouis. 7:26 a.m. next day. li ited Evenlag Iprew Esn Buirss QtlCasoD * HOURS TO ST. LOUIS AND THE EAST. 4 HOURS TO MEMPHIS. ONf HOUR TO NEW ORLEANS, J, TWO DAYS !TWVUN IyXAS AND NEW YORK, P ?luan BDbs s leeplg to st. Lms, Chtboso. Odeap ,apnd at ý y cnaw aw O way to. Wo wa orcs and emaphis. ketk , rate and tntaerv lntor. e I, on or a4drei your aru t L. S...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 September 1896

N. WM. Ji BRYAN'S SPEECH. g the Democratic Nomination for President of the United States- Delvered Before 22,000 Peo pie at Madison Square Garden, New York, Au gust 12, 1896. (WESTERN NEWSPAP ER UNION REPORT.) Chairman, Gentlemen of the hereafter 1 ittee and Fellow Citizens: I dred years at a future day and in a formal United St_ accept the nomination which is ciple whic dered by the notification com- Some twen and I shall at that time touch sustained the issues presented by the plat- an income It is fitting, however, at this with the c in the presence of those here as- not a futi I speak at some length in re- return to .to the campaign upon which we century a w entering. We do not under- depart fro e the forces arrayed against us, rehearing, are we unmindful of the im- possible; e of the struggle in which we income tu gaged; but, relying for success of one af the righteousness of our cause, "The la 1 defend with all possible vigor apportion tlons taken by our party. more equ has be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 September 1896

[ I-t5 FROGRESS. SEl [-WEEKLY. £?iubiti.'d tievry Thursday and Saturday BY HICKS BROS. :A3 ? D. PIE KS ............... Editor. 'Ctered in the Postofilce at Shreveport a) Second-Class Mail Matter. f~ltee--2:Sand 205 Milam Street, betweed Spring and Market. SUBSCRIPTION: :Ona .ea~ . .........................One Dollar -1x Mont..................Sixty-five Cents t'hree Months ................Thirty-five Cents iudtal Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Union ERR iS RT, LA., SEPT. 17, 1Q08. WEWIOCRATIC TICKET. . FUR PRE-IDENT, a.... . '. £ sa. ' - " ,31OF NEBBABRA, '1 VICE IOEPRESIDENT, AILTHUR S8EWALL, 'or amaItE. r. PUt/ICIL ANNOUNCEME T, r odI'bPro ress: Pleam.annou.oe me a scadidat' fr : .. oleeion e6 hee56th U,.ngres a subjeot I , «O lttbuatio'why the D muocratlo party'! of rtl,fouo,b )atrikt. VYour truly -  ," w .w*an N tA~hr, Frrss to auJvioZ Lu a u -t, ,aust , O ,iO1.,B.W. MARSrON as a cadindate SCrom .he Fourth Distriat a 2°-- o `I. aLhe nomlnation of the Demo I ofpsty-yot.ada di...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 September 1896

Kinlev on Sugnr. GREAl ach at Canton, Ohio, nomn some 1s "Major McKinley is quoted ciated Press as having It is great el to the ( have no poli,'y hv which livered t as m'I'ls a give. (Cries and to good!") And ,'ill irtallngre made b Sity polk) ithat taked troe anth workmen a single day's there v they can possibly get. yet ma ause and cries of McKiu- tening hight') We will' simpl3 Wo pollicy that put American wondel vana free and give Cuian in our REE to the people of the an im tes (great cheering), on to hbi just as fair, houor able breath eous to both countries. many of Harrison and Bliane or char `sopremacy of trade. not deliver '--8ngar Planter. hearer [ectf ally commended to havi moe aid Bentley. authof Henry ti Oysters and Game know season, always to the that h ying that will please the n F. I'rank Serwich is pre- words ish hi, customers with ner w me 3ayou e C ,ok oys- addrei with s..... te the palate and hey Serrwicb'e restaurant so only Lee, 1 o thebest fish in season, tor, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 September 1896

A DISASTROUS WRECK. A PASSENGER TRAIN GOES THROUGH A BRIDGE. Four Persons Were Killed and Sixteen Seri ously Wounded--The Stringers (save Way Causing the Train to Fall Forty Feet Into the River. Eureka, Cal., Sept. 15.--Four persons killed and sixteen seriously wounded was the result of the wreck on the Ar cataand Mad River railroad, about five miles nor of Eureka, Sunday evening. The dead are: Miss Annie Hulland, Riverside; Miss Kirkham, Blue Lake; Fannie Gregory, Eureka; Sandy Cam eron, brakeman. The accident occurred to a regular passenger train, consisting of an en gine, two cars which were connected at the Arcata wharf with the company's ferry boat, the Alta, leaving her at 3:30 p. m., bound for Korbet, the ter minus of the road, about twelve miles above Arcata. The scene of the acci dent is the company's bridge across Mad river, about half way between Ar cata and Korbet. The train had run out on the first span of the bridge, when without warning the stringers gave way, letting...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 September 1896

RCURIAL eter *16,9 ,POISO N3 of the usual treatment of blood system Is filled with Mercury and more to be dreaded than the 558, a short while is in a far worse before. The common result Is Thi EUMATISM C is the most reliable cure. A few 12,1 ord relief whero all else has failed. and a severe attack of Mercurial my arms and legs being swollen not natural size, causing the most aains. I spent haundreds of dollors to I -bnt after taking a few bottles of thi S I improved rapidly and am now awellman..complete- 930 ly cnred. I can heartily at recommend It to any one suffering from this painful Y.; disease. W. F. DAIEY Brooklyn Elevated R.. Ha Uisd and Sis DblNwsi nalled bheto sy Mo SWIFT IPECIPFIC CO., Atlist, Ga. " ing pry W1 BIAS cry VELVETEEN th SKIRT BINDINGS. to pay the same price for t ' u good." Why not insist on It t you want--S. H. & M. tb d0f WILL NOT -by n we will. w, p mltr& free. Made "new 79 P29e4 mmes .HooPr, of the Ladies' Ho in plain words to make dresses at evlou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 September 1896

I -;.- - - - --- ---.......... ................ ... .. THE MOST INTERESTING Mid Summer Sale ever made for the special benefit for the Ladies and missO of Shreveport, La., on Tuesday Aug. 20th. We will have on sale 300 Laies and Misses, beautiful tailor made Duc'; suits all aIovelty designs, this iS thi, first ti also ha sa Misses Duck s lits were ever shown in this market, als), an elegant line of latºlis wvhitri Duck an1 Mk(hai' . wi RI Ia o a skirts. These golods will go iin this sale at 99 t'for Misses and $1.925 for l,(lies Suits.i Lot; Eureka Indigo i The white Lussia Duck skirt you can buy at $1.15 eanch and every garment is worth double the 'price we ' note tbot, º - but, as Mr. lHerman Zodiag closed out the entire stock of the ,manufacture and you will get the eicnitit t 3 I Come early before the sizes are broken if you wait your size may beh gone. See display in show window, iE'! sale only I .ESTABBLISHIED 1874 REMEMBER THE PLACE -r-- - - - - ------- - -- - -/ rue annifl 0...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 19 September 1896

___BPROGRESS VOL. 5.-NO. 4. . SHREVEPORT, LA., SAT URDAY, SEPTEMBMER 19. 1896. PRICE, 5 CEN HAVING BiEN VERY SUCO SESUL = 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 T ha\,ve jtiut received a tare assortmerat of fine Imported dress goots, also a beantiful line of trimmings and in fact every thine SParasols and Umbrellas, which we are going tainingtc the dry goods line. Shoes! We have an extra stock, which are to almost rive away, as the prices ,ll Ie so lIw you GOING TO BE SACRIFICED will admit t. t, GOIN TO BE SAC IFICED we can now show you the finest assortment of cali- So don't fail to come and See the bargains in every thing. CLOTHING! We have a large stock and are sughterng P cos in town. We are to busy reeieving and miarking gooCs to quote ou prices, but will o so in a shrt time, DO N'T FO R ET TH E PLAC2E 3' 1 307 TEXSb STPEET but ask you to call no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 19 September 1896

'RAVELS IN MEXICO. THIRD OF A SERIES OF R. E. LIGHT'S LETTERS. Anyone Who Imagines That Fr,e Silver Ls Injuring Our Country PUgah; to Bead This - Not an Idle We'kman Anywhere in the Republic. (Copyrighted 1896 by Chicago Press Bureau.) THIRD LETTE\ Chihuahua. Aur, 16, 1896. I find so many att,'ac ,ons in this quaint enterprising eitj, that I at tarrying here longer tr;r. I expected, that I may fully Aiostlgate its in dustries. The largest manu,'c,;ring plant in Northern Mexico is that of The Inuls trial Company of Chihuahua. The principal owrnr r Mr. Enrique Creel, the banker, whose. very instructive In terview I recorled in my previous let ter. Mr. E. C. Creel, his brother, is the superinteade t. The works were es tablished by the erection of a small foundry and machine shop, and em ployed of a capital of $40.000. Later the capltnl was increased, and the pro fits have been allowed to accumulate until norw the company has a capital of $250,00%. Mr. Creel very courteously ehowrwl me...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 19 September 1896

VICTIMT S 0 t11 I ,1 M S. Xe' BONES OF THE WILLIA.A3 GIRLS v went SUPPOSZD TO BE FOUND. eior 'Wer1"Du. I !, N 'r the II u.e Foreme'rly -let1 O()tu" t'l 'y ir' h 3nrderer-.- w1V o n'n t Fl,."atc(l , a tt Chicago. Ill., Sept. 13.--A lot of o b n in n bones, not yet known wlhether they to represent thise of one or two women, n have been (lug up not far fromn the nine house formerly occupied by the n:u'r derer, 11. H. Holmes, at Evanston. For six consecutive nights Mrs. An drew Parker of 2041 Evanston avenue dreamed of uncoffined bodies and she induced her husband to dig in the cot spot indicated by the dream, 150 yards ters from her house. lie found nothin, the but Mrs. Parker's dream came aga.n eve Wednesday night, more real than e"- vhi er. Yesterday morning her husband thai dug and found a skull, several ribs that and the arm and leg bones of a wo- dep man. The Evanston police examined adv the bodies and claim to have evidence 'osv that they are the remains of either one or both of...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 19 September 1896

TIE PROGRESS. SEMI-W EEKLY. Published every Thursday iand Saturday BY HICKS BROS. C D. HICKS,........ ........Editor. latered in the Postoffice at Shreveport as Second-Class Mail Matter. Omee-2ol and 205 Milanm Street, betweed Spring and Market. SUBSCRIPTION: Ono Yeas. ..... ...................One Dollar -is Months........... .......Sixty-five Cents Three Months...............Thirty-five Cents *Eeial Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Union SHREVEPORT, LA., SEPT. 19, 1896. DEMOCRATIC TICKET, FOR PRESIDENT, w. & TAIAL OF NEBRASRA, FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, ARTHUR SE WALL, OF MAINE. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT, -To The Progress: lleaseanuuou..ce me a scaudidate for re-election te the 55th Congres s subject; to nomination by the Democratic party's of this,Fourth District. Yours truly H. W. QG DEN. &'The Progress is authorized to announcie .O P. B. W. MARS FON as a candidate for Cungress from the Fourth District sbjecot to the nomination of the Demo •ratio party of said district. EXTRACTS trom ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 19 September 1896

Social Thoughts at And Events. f fot chl gil Edited By Miss Mary Dinele. E , ab 'tate Press esscijclfor). wt be; During last week, on th, 9th, - 10th and 11th of this mouth, the lis State Press Association held its sev- eel enteenuth annual session in the pretty tid little city, Lske Chiriere. 'Twas ip warm, sunny day when the writer ci with the honored chief of The Pro gress.left our home to attend the asso- th ciation; at Alexaudria we were joined by one of Shreveport's prominent sh citizens, and one of the ablest mem- an bers of the press. From there we lie started direct to the Lake City, and when we came near we rejoiced to see be the city spire-, for our's had been a of hot, dusty trip with just enough f' r- di eat tires to givs on,, ~ idea of the conflagrations .,i ,Ir Northwestern a States. At the olty we were met by th Mr. J. H. Neal, of the Lake Charles American, and Miss Bertha Harp, to forniarJy of this city, and conducted di to odt temporary homes by the Belt re, Line c...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 19 September 1896

HON. WM. J BRYAN'S SPEECH. Ac4epting the Democratic Nomination for Pre3i:lent of the United States Delivered Before 22,000 People at Madison Square Gardan, New York, Au gust 12, 1896. _WE-TERN NEWSPAP ER UNIOI REPORT.) "Mr. Chairman, Gentlemen of the 1 Committee and Fellow Citizens: Id shall, at a future day and in a formal L letter, accept the nomination which is now tendered by the notification com- S mittee, and I shall at that time touch 5 upon the issues presented by the plat- a form. It is fitting, however, at this time, in the presence of those here as sembled, I speak at some length in re- r gard to the campaign upon which we are now entering. We do not under- d estimate the forces arrayed against us, r neithor are we unmindful of the im Lylance of the struggle in which we are engaged; but, relying for success o upon the righteousness of our cause, We shall defend with all possible vigor a the positions taken by our party. "It has been charged 'by men stand ing high in busin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 19 September 1896

TALMAGE'S SERMON.J "THE CITIES SAVED,"LAST SUN DAY'S SUBJECT. Anll the Slreets iT the C(tler Sh.il I:V Full of Ilors and (;Irlm Playing In the Slreetl Thereof"-Zachari'% V'rs ec, 8--5. IIrMP' SE; of n;:ir cI'tits IedrlInled!l r / ow, hrys awil lli ý V1who p111: in th s tr i ( . ru' ci t h R `" . .':;..al Ii i,: (i (t :;,i s - \ ti:;n t i ll t ill , i of. ou:r 'it ...." - i1 shall 1e as safe in iii .n:;, fares as in the nIurSr; .. Pulpit and pr'in inin pre; for the most part in our tlay are husy in dieic.:ssing the condition of the' cit'; at thl;; time; bUfwould it not he l h:lithflilly enc'ouir aging to all ('hri·:i;:,: wvnrl:er,, and to all who are tolling to I;l:be the world better, if we should for a little while look forward to the time when our eit les shall be revolitionized by the (on:; pel of the Son of God, and all the dark mess of s:n and trouble and crinme and suffering shall he gcne from the worldl? Every man has a pride in the city of his nativity or residence, if it...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 19 September 1896

THE MOST "INTERESTIN Mid Summer sale ever made for the speooial benefit for the Ladies and W of Shreveport, La., on Tuesday Aug. 20th. W'e will haveon sale 300 Ladies and \Misss, beautiful tailor inmade Duck suits all novelty desirs, this is th tirst tii,,, ! W ill also hav cn sanno Miisse Duck slits were ver. shown in this markelt, also a , elegant line of I.ai it ' itDuck and, Mohnir, t di skirts. These goods will (,o in this sale at 990 for Misses and $1.25 for adies sits. ot, Eureka Indig Biu 'he white Lussia I)uck skirts you can buy at $1.15 each and every gartisenit is worth double the wl,' ic \ quote them,i Prints, at 3 1-2c, for 1 his but, as Mr. Hlerman Zodiag closed out the entire stock of the manufiacture and you will get the Ieniifit !i4 d m ('onme early before the sizes are br,,ken if you wait your size may be gone. See display in show windw. It . Sale cnly I ESTABLISI E:D 1874 REMEMEMBER THE PLACE _ Y_ F C Z DIA THE PROGRESS. SEMI-WEEEKLY. Kind words are generally fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 26 September 1896

STHE PROG RES VOL. 5.-NO. 50. SHREVEPORT, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2(, 1896. PRICE, 5 CENTS. - -- _ "_- -y ,2 vW / rY lr. NvO , " +M'W, v4 'rr.N1 ', 1 N 1Y" Y IIHAVI nVEN '< ,Uj H _ --- In obtaining part of the stock of the well-known Cary Bros., of New York which we ~ -=-=------ -_1__s promise in a few days to be able to give and show you the Latest Designs in all Styles of T h;=v' jt-t receivedl a arge assortilert of fine Imported dress goods, also a beantiful line of trimmings and in fact every thins per pI'ar;ss atnd Umbrellas, lic we a:re going tainingto the dry goods line. Shoes! We have an extra stock, which are to almost ive,, away, as the prices will , o low you GOING TO BE SACRIFICED. will admit it. GOING TO BE ACRIFICED. We can now show you the finest assortment of cali- So don't fail to come and See the bargains in every thing. CLOTHING! We have a larje stock anI are slaughtering It! CO in town. We are to busy retiesving aLLnd ,larking 30TTD goods to quote you prices,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 26 September 1896

COOPER BROS., Livery, ale anl Feed STABLES AND MULE PENS. Shreveport Transfer Co., 700, 702. 70: 700 and 703 Texas St., Cor. Louisiana Our Facilities are Unsurpassed for any Business o^'crcd is sur Line. WTe also have a large Lot of Horses and Vehicles tnat we Sell at a Bargain. LEON M. CARTER --DEALER IN Pure Drugs, Medicines, --Makes a Specialty of which are warranted to be always fresh. ?RESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY PREPARED. Ecorner Texas and Spring Streets, - - - Shreveport, La, S. B. Mc'C UTCH EN, T. L. STRINGFELLOW, CASHIER A General Banking Business Transacted, Collections Solicited and Prompt Returns Made. r. SDring & Milam Streets, -:- Shreveport. La. 0. A. ALSTON, f And General - - age Warehouse Business. Thoral Cash Advancements on Consignments. Office and Warehouse corner Crockett and Spring .s, _Shrveport, La. Gi. D REYFUS CO., *- Wholes~e Dealers In Q oots, Shoes, Hats,. Corner Spring and Crockett Streets. :; Attention Paid to Country Orders JTON BR OKER ~h1Iuha Tatt~i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 26 September 1896

A REM1AR K A BLE CASE, AVr ILL S!GNCE GIRLHOOD, NOW A DIMOCR PICTURE OF HEALTH. From the Star, Valparaiso, Ind. The attention of the Star having eelaren fe been called to se\'eral cases of radical cures cffected by Dr. Williams' pink ae of S Pills for l'ale People, it was determin- posed to ed to investigate some of the more no- IJsuei b; table of these cases, with a view to disseminating exact information on the subject and benefiting others who wCf suffering. Prominent among those ing is th who had experienced benefits from national I the use of this remedy was mentioned Mrs. Mary Noren, wife of John Noren, States, in a prosperous farmer, living northeast Ste, I of Valparaiso, Ind., and to her a re- bled, do r porter was accordingly dispatched. great an Mrs. Noren was found busily en- tLce and gaged in househnld duties, but she found time to detail her experience, tutlons aond was willing and even anxious that Demora the benefits she had felt should be Jfferson told for the benefi...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 26 September 1896

THE* PROGRESS. SEMI-I-'EEIKLY. Putiilihed evvery T'hurl.d:av :ilid Saturday BY HICKS BROS. o D. HICKS,.................Editor. antered in the Postoffiee at Shreveport at Second-(Class Mail Matter. Offlie--O. Iand 203 MJilam Street, betweed Spring and Market. SUBSCRIPTION: One Yea1, .........................One Dollar -ix Mouths.......... .......Sixty-five Cents Three Months ...............Thirty-five Cents fOeial Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Union SHREVEPORT, LA. SEPT. 26,1406. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, 1 W. & TYAIW. OF NEBRASRA, FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, ARTHUR SEWALL, OF MAINE. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMEN T, To The Progress: Pleaseannou ice me a scaundiditL, for ,election to the 55th Congres s subject 8 to nomatiou by the Democratic party v of this,Fourth District. Yours truly HI. W. IG DEN. n The Progress is authorized to aunouunce HON. B. W. MARSFON as a candidate h for Congress from the Fourth District subject to the nomination of the Demo o 'e ut1 j , ty of said district. . Nl...

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