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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 25 December 1896

.-- - a.i . -S H R V E P R T ,L A . F R D A Y D E E M B R 2 189 . P C F SVOL._ 5.-u .RESS . - VOL. .NO. 4. SHREVEPORT, LA., FRIDAY, I)ECEMBT-' 25, 1896. , PRICE, 5 CES. ti ý `4.,-,I` 1.jýý ý ý.ýý W t r S: $'" ~ý ý w w pee~al Cwof all Formere _ PRICES In Eerythi:i Reca This! Cloaks! Cloaks! Shoes! Shoes! Clothin Furnishins Clot hn Furnishings! As the holidays are near approach- \We have just received a new lot of Men's, Ladies' and Children's. We -. ---- I - - have the lar'gest stock of anyIIas ing, and money still being scarce Ladies' Capes Cloaks and Jack- housahein town, which of anyre go- This line o Hatoods e ill s acrifice we want to help everyhody, so ets, also Childrens'. In plush hing to ell at your own price, go- This line of goods we will sacrifice ndA as to make their money buy and cloth, assorted colors, which don't fail toicome and investi- overcot a doubt, as clothing and something for every one in the rwe are going to sell at Smunmm( gate. overcoats must go before Jan...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 25 December 1896

JBIG MINE EXPLOSION. 'OVER TWENTY MINERS WERE IMPRISONED. ffowrteen Were Rescued and Hopes of :Reaching the Others Before the Deadly After-Damp Claims Them as Victims is fAticipated. TWilkesbarre, Pa., Dec. 22.-A terrific plosion of gas occurred yesterday af n in Baltimore shaft No. 2 of the laware and Hudson company. Over wenty miners were impriscned, but at Iate hour last night fourteen had rescued alive, and there are still (hopes of reaching the others before the deadly after-damp claims them as v:c Immediately after the disaster beI ame known rescue gangs descended the shaft, but it was some time before the ventilation had been fixed so they aould work in safety. The party en tered the mine at 9:45 last night and smoceeded in pushing their way to the Slane where the imprisoned men had working, and there they stumbled oaver the bodies of a number of uncon dubaus men. As quick as the work could be accomplisihed they were brought to the surface, where a corps of doctors were in w...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 25 December 1896

FREE CURES. 'Multitude of People Cured of *Ihronic Catarrh Sy Dr. Hartman's Free omrne Treatment. If Pe-r1-ca will cure a cacv of caterrh el twenty years' standing, it surely ..ght to cure more recent cases. We eive many letters in which people declare they have been cured of catarrh at has delied all treatment anywhere ten to tiirty years. These people lave no motive whatever for writing these letters, except gratitude. They receive no pay before or after writing e.ch a letter. We offer no reward for lestimonials, nor do we give any reward. Our testimonials are far too numerous scar publication, even among those who ireald be ierfectly willing for us to do o, The fact is, that Dr. Hartman's free treatment is curing thousands of people. The following is a specimen of 4he letters we receive: Il W. . opkins, Ironton, Ohio. writes: ,,"Allow me to say a word for Pe-ru-na. -or twenty years I was afflicted with :.tarrh: at times I was so offensive that Imy little children would complain ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 25 December 1896

TIJE PROGRESS. SEMI.-WEEKLY. Pubished every Thursday iand Saturday 0 D. HICKS,........ ........ Editor. Mitred In the Postomce at Shreveport as Second.Class Mall Matter. bffoc --203aud 205 Militiam StreetIbotw.'dl Spring uandl b Markt. SUBSCRIPTION: ae Yea,. .... .......... .....One Dollar i ti Moiith. ........... ...sixty-five enlts three Months. ..............Thirty-fiveCents *eial Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Union SJIJUrVEPOwr, I... - I)E1 IIJE:I: 25, 1S9i. A merry Christmas to every body. When the people are iot sover eigns, the state of that country is unsafe. It looks like we've had moon light nights for about three months In SUCCCss0ioll. Herman, the chief magician, is dead. lie died suddenly on the train. A bad pencil pusher, a poor proof-reader and an indifferent typo can make a newspaper say strange things. Let us rea',lv;( to d() soe noble , deed this Christmas, something . that will be placed to our credit in the life beyondl. The Weekly Messenger, of St. Martinsville, ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 25 December 1896

l Buy Our White Ash OR Red Ash m MPIPlrY aýInt'.e, lll l r|tprlri tli lolt SCOAL! COAL! COAL! ! ',r ,,: lll;tl l r :II:'rlrrtIll'l Irllý i PITTSBURG, ! Anthracite, COAL r FOR DOMESTIC: USE. NO !;LfI,'K. IAL,, LUMP, BEST ('(,,AL ON 'TIiE: MARIKE'T. Prompt Delivery Wll h Wit Cnarad felephone Yonr O'ders to th S Gas Works. tl (ltl IN'I'N ON('E MORE Tomorrow will usher in anoth(er lstmas. How much this means childhood, how the little ones V( dance and sparkle and talk in guage sweeter than the softest di s of the woolion harp, as they 1% } cipate the coming of this hey- hr in their young lives. No one appreciate the pleasures of f world who has no children to s, e of Santa Claus. True the pr ts of parents are often bruised '" lacerated by the knowledge their own dear ones can not u2 e the visit of dear old Santa, Rccount of poverty. But then little it takes after all; what to I gifts-if from the mythical, tte old man they come-will Ri and gild the littke faces J' :sunshine, trace in t...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 25 December 1896

C 1. HIIKS, Editor. PORiT, - - IOIIIAd\N. EH iLUg for trouble is more indilca g. 'ive or'* weak brain than a stout 'heart. ' We are all too apt to judge a per 'formance by our opinion of the per former. f While marriage may not be a fail ire, it comes near being a faith cure Sin most cases. It is said that next year the man agement of the New York horse show may introduce some horses. i I It's a feeble creature that wants to I1 ' .shine merely in the character of be- v .:3ng a friend of somebody who is some- : } thing. While those who amuse are always bandy, those who can instruct are gen erally difficult to reach, and are only looked to when we must have them. A Colorado Springs alderman has been expelled from church for "ne- a ,. 'glecting the means of grace and vio- c lating the discipline." He likely would n not have been dismissed for that, how- s4  ever, had it not also been shown that a he stood in pretty well with certain : druggists who had been selling drinks d on the sl...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 25 December 1896

.Talmage's i rmnon ROYALTY IN i DISGUISE... Washington, Dec. 13, 1896.-In this a rmon from a bible scene never usedl s sermonic discourse, Dr. Talmage p aws some startling lessons, and tears k f the masque of deceit. The text is a' Kings 14 :6: "Why feignest thou o yself to be another?" w In the palace of wicked Jero- sl am there is a sick child, a very sick lh ild. Medicines have failed; skill is in hausted. Young Abijah, the prince, be as lived long enough to become very th -pular, and yet he mu-:t die unless fo ome supernatural aid be afforded. N( eath comes up the broad stairs of the sa. alace and swings back the door of thel rol ick room of royalty, and stands look- kn ng at the dying prince with the dart i ow plifted, Wicked Jeroboam knows that thc e has no right to ask anything of the! ita .ord in the way of kindness. He knows get that his prayers would not ho an- gr' swered, and so h^ . i ,ii, ,u the she We n t., the esti  ] rýDt tat ' , ji Piut- j " ; , r r .. piuts on of ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 25 December 1896

_ 'ecpIour ýoo TRETCHING Just See What a MAmmoth Stoc S-You Ha -c\ to S(t ict Ii u,. . .... ..ý.. ha f of of ad r for Our rulo of busineess are up to- P What variety of iLms. I ( ll w in this city. datt. Dht sOLLeful ARarticl al all, tIh a, I e he ;h Uý Vhat ( o thik tl' . Ot c(ttan f os (othin - ahnl all ol us ou get the saw w - follovin g 101'A stUsibl)C prt iien will be a J "e ta \\ gftiv a ta our pwilrIbe h'tld ra f-^ for you. some Ier'ian Rugs. L er - Dres rGoods, ls,'ap , et,- m , ll e um Towel. : .in n e ,xt e days Y u ha t bu y some DrssGo ,l , POur prices are just aourt phalf. Lr it E T r ugs. H( lida G Reefers, Gloves, Steel Engravings, OUnderwear, l itsll1., , . P iasls h t'st ,ad finest st f o Gets La rg Ri auerR gs. i dJ " liday Goods, donyou way uin ot uilts, lk. I andi s Underwear Can be oli Gold \Watches with Standard , .we . show ou a way Of saxin, about one-halt aces, Corsets, Carpets, Mat- foud n urnishing Goods Dt -iovent s si. e merRhn show (,. . , t pirtp ien...

Publication Title: Progress, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 2 January 1897

The Pro ress. Volume 5 -No. 46. . SHREVEPORT. I6.. Jc;ary 2. 1897. Price 5 Cents GA:PITOLi T ALIK. TRIFF. C.-_ AN' T11: i" ý' TI.N AR1E - Special Co"rresont W1AsHINGT Y. Inc _ _ If Spain doe-nt wj7 - more radical chax.e o- -c in the United Stag- -: Cuba than that «whic h .a taken place in favor _ _ _ = - tire course in d(alt :. :: Cuban question." rcnk:.: oihicial, -she will call .: presentiment ha: ha la- l employing in Eur'p.7" H - referring especdally to th first publishedr in a Pari' i to the London Time-. tha-i : many had intima: d to the in: States government tnat ii . any action calculated to i Cub ns, Germany would i Spain in making war upon u was hardly necessary for Th; =":a: Depariment to take the trul t deny such rot as that, bhau it officials did so as soon as ic published. It can be stall d z c, high authority that no Eurcpe government has ever give-n th government the slighte.st IAf w teh it wished to interfere wt:: course this governmea: wa - suing or was intencing c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 2 January 1897

The Progress. Published Every Satnrday. C. D. HICKS .... - Editor ' Etueed in the Postoffie at Shreveport as Second-claus Mail Matter. Oriom0--206 Milam Str'eet, between Mar ket and Spring Streets. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. ne . Year... ...One Dollar lI x Months........... Sixty-five Cents . 'ree Months.........Twenty-five Cents OlMcla Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Alliance. f '" 13m oWpm , L.. - JAL-UvRY 2, 1s97 ,.' Alexandria now has a fire alarm. t Belashness is one of the worst e nemiesuaimanity has. Poley, Iss one of the most heartless c c arss know'si to civiliation. Shreveport will have those pub Sic soool houses, do yes moind thet I! Mc J3slBnt prorperty is striking v ~5t plakd i; banks are failing all i 'la2TU devilt is always willing to InOO a copromise with the :'; Wdmpnt'u clotohing I .w*nhr.seaso< alone, Is ' editor of died this week e of the ablest Journal- l hI. never missed S, * e" Christmas, a cir banging blind of upper * iag ,been able to keep it ie not edneate our...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 2 January 1897

Y CHARGE. GE ON THE NECESSITY k OF REVIVALS. Ss a Sudden Movement to World For Righteousness. Sat Sin Can Best Be Over -liak Movement. , Dec. 27.-This sermon of in behalf of a sudden mode the world for righteoup .a chord that will vibrate om. The text is II lngss wi deliver thee 2,000 borses - on thy part to set riders waterworks, the upper the general of the the generale of best in consultation. Th eh jad been largely hbe kept tme noney - the military s derides the ca ifend Itself and practo re not 8,000 men who oea Produce 2,000 cavalry giye you a present of 92000 You have not in all your t Jeruealem 2,OQO en who and by it and bridle con ababshakeh tbht it hºores than skillful  as.. the ohpelge of dliver thee 8,000 horses r set rders upon them.' amese Assault. like many aother hnues than eome teat id oes Wi not be by slow bo tatlon, or by reglar at geat theological g of the churches, but ty assault and rush of bolt astound and throw into Ns of drilled opposition talh. Nothing so...

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 January 1897

The Progress. Published Every Satnrday. C. P. HICK --------------- C. D. ICK - - - Editor Entered in the Postoffiee at Shreveport as Second-class Mail Matter. OrICVE-206 Milam Street, between Mar ket and Spring Streets. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. One Year................One Dollar Six Menths...........Sixty-five Cents Three Months.......... Twenty-five Cents dficial Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Alliance. SHENVUPOET, LA., - JANUARY 2, 1897 I01 Christmas gift to all on yer. o The Shreveport Herald is a spicy pr paper. ca A happy New Year to one and in all is our greeting. S)hristmay was a little cool, but for all that it was a beautiful balmy Pa one. pa Every citizen is obligated to up- is hold public morals in his commu ol .: se Let us organize socialist clubs in , $lreveport. Education on that a ie will be beneficial. P Slet the Golden Rule be our mot .mt guide for the new year. hs obsearance will be practical d r4n cannot aord to go " `. wiar with anyone, as long as the a prophet of Buzz...

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 January 1897

IOROAD1 `(lia" LN: E3 yel COTTON BELT. ger train No 7 arrives at 10:20 ke train No. 11 arrives at 4:40 p.m. ger train No. " deparis at 4:30 t train No. 12 departs at 6 a.m. t trair S No ' flad 12 riun dali t trn " Seenhrvevl)ort a an Bnnda3, gers avId ýd11 carry 1)pasnel s. TEXAS & PACIFIC. Leave estboU.............9:31 a.m ast bound.............. 6:09 p.m d... ...10:17 p.m est bound. 3:49 a.m a east bound............. 4 am tRG, SHREVLxEPor T& PACIFIC. fV cksur............S:25 a.11 from Vfcksb rg......... 7:20 p.m aBHREVEPORT & HOUSTON. 8:00 p.II Shreveport 6:45 a.m 8hrVCPl~........... "6:45 a.m sat Houston.....-.......- 9:45 p.m $ouston... :.. a.m at Shreveport..... ......:00 a. nnmodation Shreveport.............. :30 a.m at Shreveport....... . . . . : P AS OITY, SHREVEPORT & GULF. jai and Express, ar.....1:10 a.m al and Express, ar..... 4:00 p.m Mail and Express, Ivs. .. 11:40 a.m1 ai and Express, ivs....4:30 p.m Mall and Express, ls.... 7:00 a.im il and Expreas, l...

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 January 1897

A Chance to Get Your HOUSE - FURNISHING - GOIDS, Very Cheap for Cask On .account of removal. Correspondence solicited. All information cheerfully given. The entire stock of Cooking and Heating Stoves, Crockery, Glassware and House Furnishing Goods will be sold cheap for cheap. Call and be convinced. The "Old Estab lishment and Reliable Firm," 123 and 125 A. KA1f N. THE LI\IION OIL COMPANY'S "HAMILTON MILLS." MANUFACTURERS' OF igns IId Po tS, - s,tls n, Mi Hl, !ls,linters. The Highest Market Price paid for Cotton sood atall times. Corrcpolndullece Solicitdl with rereeoce to Foeding Cattle. 1Mill located c i.Cross Baron. betwoen Markoet and Sprin. Street-. SHREVEPORT. LOUISIANA. Vr iUenbaniemn & East1lila, - JOBBERS AND DEALERS IN Buenral Hardware, Mill. Supplies and Agricultural Implements, Tinners and Sneet iron Workers, . We make Smoke Stacks and Breeching, Cotton Gin and Planing Mill Conveyers; SPIe.Galvanised Iron Tanks, Cisterns, Cornice, Gutters, Flues Valleys, Roofing, e...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 2 January 1897

Lodge Election.. me of the secret brotherhood e been electing new officers for "ensuing term of six months. Sits choice Neith Lodge of '1ellow has selected Mr. F. W. wers as N. G., Mr. C. M. Chris as V. G., Mr. E. J. Kassel as retary, Mr. W. C. Perrin as urer, and Messrs. E. J. Kas and Geo. A. Forschler repre ves to the Grand Lodge. ontiac Tribe of Red Men elect essrs. Geo. W. Fetzer, Pro A. J. Wagner, Sachem; Wm. g, S. S.; A. Moellencamp, S.; Julius Bernstein, C. of R., d Samuel Dreyfuss, K. of W. Louisiana Lodge No. 1, A. O. U. , selected Messrs. F. Martel, Jr., M. W.; L. S. Crain, Recorder; . Leadman, Financier; Paul enthal, receiver; M. S. Rudy, man; Elias Tetts, Overseer; o Booher, Guide: John W. Ta I. W.; Adam Dick, O. W. A Round. hursday afternoon our rounds took a perambulation to see *t he could see. There was g particularly interesting t the grave faced boy at the ral delivery window of our ce seriously asking, "Is eary letter here from maw ter Nor in the reply of the crue...

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 January 1897

SThc Progress. BasavaEoUT, LA., - - JANUARY 2, 1897 ' .G.oged Wondetvings. Mr. Ben I-lanna has been step 'ig powerful high and is said to follow the example of. an earlier Shreveportcr who kicked the stray caniie, with lordly command, "Get pub of pappa's way." If he didn't he felt like it because he is a papa and the many friends of himself and wife heartily congratulate them. The late Mr. E. Jacobs' residence losbs imposing and superb in its newecOat.of paint. '19&,'J' B. Lee, of Monroe, one of the best hustling land men in the mate will astociate himself with hejhreveport Land Investment ,o~mPany. ':.Mayor MeKellar's last block is i'tghly'completed to Market street. Anyone, man or woman, in or out'of the city, wishing to express their .sentiments as to any live topic, can eo so through the col Satmns of The Progress, but please `remember that no. communication '*ill be received unless the author's 3aia accompany, same, whether or.pulotcation or not. M'. Jessup Irvine is still ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 2 January 1897

TU THE NEW YEAR. Th pegress Wishes All Mankind a the c f aPpy New Year. de B ! how short seems the time F. B we gave expression to a sim- Mrs. sntient one year ago. How Frar " ies; how short seem the Shrt weeks, months; scarce an O ty offered in all to per- dere a labor of any magnitude; to life a moral duty worthy of of h deration, and yet within the his: of either, worlds can be des- the whe is is the time when noble sent- I are born and resolutions li ir enthronement are made. Ali s of these divine inspira- The are experienced, and nearly fir imay are broken and many aft en under foot before hoary has been laid to rest; e before the sunset of the first res gilds the West. But for al d much good results from this of making good resolutions. esi e sentiment that lives but ren or half hour or a fourth of est ime in the bosom of man, or child has not lived to no me purpose; but has a refining th nee over that nature that is th . entirely eradicated. The soul, the generous impulse fr ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 2 January 1897

The Progress. SirEvEPOwT, LA., - JANUARY 2, 18 7 Coged WOIonderings. if Mandy says she didn't steal dem T shos, but she is scused of it all the o same. si A number of steam whistles sounded ;the advent of the New E ear, at 12 yesterday morning. b There will be prayer and song service at Jordan street church a every night this month. These will not, however, take the place of the f regular appointments. c The court house square has re cently been converted into a busy auctioneer's mart on Saturdays, Constable McDufic as a rule, be ing the chief musician. He usu ally draws the crowd and the nigs i take in the furniture, etc. t And the rain descended Thurs day morning and the wind blew i some-considerable. But this en gaged the waiter's attention but little. Another attraction, a more serious breeze occurred right un der the roof tree as the colicy baby lifted its voice and sang of the pleasures of fatherhood. Don't say anything about it, but we are going to drown the man with the mour...

Publication Title: Progress, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 2 January 1897

satin grace f n s f 'rorxý prese Cleanig - -bloss The Social World. Lion, their [BY BRUNETTE. in a - bene then he advent of Christmas fortnightly frien y termed the holidays, causes so- rn folks to be on the "qui vive" for ruos , for then the great wheel of so- Uats grinds most rapidly. Perhaps their pations were realized for there has fere modified forms of amusements. Ger- entsre receptions, dinings, house parties Thents the like, and with these amhsements tend aold but be happy. and most notable among these social Sthat have marked the past week he brilliant reception of Dec. 28th, at h ome of the Misses Chase, in compli- fron to their lovely guest, the Miss Dar- clut of Atlanta. They were assisted in sion g by Miss Van Lear and Miss Gos- Poo Miss Bullock, Mrs. Gosman and sece alimback tenmpted the appetites, by Fos to the yoing ladies Chocolate and ed in cups of the rarest china, Pru wafers and the fruit of South Clu e date. The writer has been Mis that this affair lacked the st...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 2 January 1897

1E 'iL5 PEN TILE DRAINAGE. Points For the Consideration of 1arnmer Having This Work to Do. Tiling is expensive work and all ef fort should be made to cheapen it as much as possible-that is, the mechan ioal part. It cannot be cheapened by us ing too small tile or tile of poor quality put down too shallow. But the time c-f doing the work has mIIuch to do withi eheapening it, doing it when the soil is in proper condition to handle easily, do ing it when other work more necessary does not crowd, doing it with the right kind of tools. Thus writes a contributor Po the Ohio Farmer, who also furnishes the following suggestions: If a team and plow can be used to hasten the work and save man work, it is cheaper. Where spades and shovels are used they should be the best and .adapted to the work in quality and strength. Ib purhobasing tools it is wis dom to secure the lightest consistent with strength and quality. It is folly to lift a few onnces extra weight in a spade or shovel hundred of tim...

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