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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 2 January 1897

rSup: Terio To AHSasaarlls -'· - 5 ; '%.I.· K- -- -~--s `vs no vo o ,at `n.lusmic.n" wa dicoerd Itw sw a growing w ith ý Y/ '" Y Srin dy / and, , its ' rm an re u ato has bee A "orei R! R. .l fos r ýA in th side wrists, s 'ude s back - ice : ./ " ( - ts op,- - 1:e 4'l r i : nos seT1 '~ G" t it . neiiu I. lco : I Su eario he Tout 5nd rseCon ilced . Down: G o --Er iit c-'rs ;-,- ni1-.us r_: ~:cine was discovered. It wo.s wihat i(s now: 1i::0:1 i . T - 1c and its fame and rboput pion :gas a en e r !, 1 I J ` , T. i it -H ARc de, wrists, Sl 'i F , Iiie21--t .' DysIe;'s. u '.;: D.- -as's, it S as eerpase d. ti :s: ant sleeplss nis :. b3 its Test: .-' the ayo SI r ' 1. t:is .e e : m S nea i "h o n ,c P. 1'. t f. it l k.l li . . It1 c rm at.io ns of 1:IA ::en G t ce .hn a I ID R Lyro ~ns ou :ne. r dk 2 ; mos 5:el t ;e;iii }1 : -+., &..e coent ;F Y\".o. - . rTs -i d di' :-i A uctd Be Convh -ced. A We-known Pe ::-zs. :7.c We:andle a 'c:t . ne dozen biortes a :302ir..-1v\"- t. - w"ýck Y e...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 2 January 1897

sA. !9'i pjp C1ut 1. all Formez 0 Cc'Prices ZIn '""'sthi"z: Read This! As the holidays are near approach ing, and money stillbeing scarce we want to help everybody, so as to make their money buy something for every one in the family, and to do that we are going to cut prices into little pieces, so with the few dollars you can gather up. It will sur prise you to see what a lot of goods you will get for a'little money. Cloaks! Cloaks! We have just received a new lot of Ladies' Capes Cloaks and Jack ets, also Childrens'. In plush and cloth, assorted colors, which we are going to sell at Summer prices and not Winter ones. So if you are in need of a nice wrap, don't fail to come and see our large stock before you purchase elsewhere, as we feel satisfied you will buy when you hear the price. Shoes! Shoes! Men's, Ladies' and Children's. We have the largest stock of any house in town, which we are go ing to sell at your own price, so don't fail toicome and investi gate. Blankets! Comforts! ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 2 January 1897

SHICKS BROSS THESE BJ1§iN\S 1-2 story storehouse al most new; on the saine premises neat fire room dwelling and two tenements, one 1Ohaing 4 rooms, the other 2. The storehouse has plate glass and iron frontals and is a splenii did bargain and we don't expect to have it l n og House with 6 rooms in Al lendale. Has 7 or more lots of ground. A splen did place for a home. One-half cash, balance in ,one and two ý ears, llous? with two rooms and 8 lots of ground on Son Edwardsstreet. One bhalf cash, balance in one and two years. place on Spring street. Will make a nice resi Sdence or be good paying property. Has 1 house witlh 5 rooms and 1 with .rooms. agnificent piece of pro perty on Texa;s avenue -and Murphy st., front ing 186 feet on the ave nue and 208 feet on SMdurphy street.. ots with hIouse, on \lur ;p hy street, inmmediately V > nn rear of Charity lIobs- n pital. ir Swith three houses on al rague street, corner s( SLawrence. ai lots in the Rogers w bdivision, in the rear - Judg...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 2 January 1897

NELSON & eO., 206 TEXAS STREET. 206 TEXAS STREET. Shreveport, Louisiana. Novelty Suits, B A newspaper advertisement cannot give a correct idea of a novelty suit, it being impos sible to describe it in detail. We have an ex- is quisite line of.these goods in the latest styles, and all we ask is that you examine our stock n and got our prices before purchasing and if we can't save you money we don't ask you to buy from us. Prices $2.00 to $25.00. persuit, w Capes and Jackets We have a neo line of these goods and are - daily receivinfblore. Allof them will register 110 deg, in the shade and we have marked the m prices almost to zero. Don't, wait for cold s weather but do as many have already done: call and make your selection $150 to I while assortments are large peices from $19.00. Knitted Unnerwear. This is a department in which we take special pride and we unhesitatingly assert that we c will giye you the best value to be found in any market. To see is to be convinced. Men's he...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 9 January 1897

The Progress e 5-HNo. 47. SHREVEPORT, LA., Jannary 9, 1897. Price 5 Cents na nona-Ari th helief that he has SWOLCOTT IN EURLOPE. He Is on Internatiolnal e Legislation Bent. podence. oINGTON, Jan. 6, 1897. r Wolcott's trip to Europe interest of international bi is being discused with est, both by those who .international bimetallism 'tangible something which pratically worked and by obelieve it to be what ex 'Ingalls would call an "Ir Sdream." While Senator carries no official creden is believed that he goes y at the request of Presi McKinley and of the 0committee charged with ation of legislation in t of international bime of which he is Chairman, =known that he goes at the of the Bimetallic League. are not likely to be by European statesmen meets. There are sever why Senator Wolcott tri ve a cordial welcome in snot the least of which is khe made on the Vene- repres tion at the last session follow s, which was reprinted ator T ly commented upon by who b of prominence in tion. Most o...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 9 January 1897

The :Progress. SatvrePoT, LA, LA., - JANUARY 9, 1897 Caged Wandetrers. .How small the .once mighty Red r qiow is.. took at Hicks. Bros'. offerings if you want to- buy. It at first you doni't succeed, just I keep' in the middle of the road. .Wood is cheaper this season t ie ever before in Shreveport. '~ re`- is still a still hunt for S"hite tenements in Shreveport. * r. ,A. B. Waskom, of Blocker, £ i , was in the city Wednesday. t "  coal and. wood vendors have 4 bean Jiub!lnt over the icy weather. .'he hotel arrivals show that peo pie are still prospecting around our l *4ycitiy..: '[r. .Gs Schutt is. fitting up. the City Hotel barber shop in elegant 1 Outrwholsesale men seem to be S"atisfted 'with their trade and ,ospeots. Shreveport will play ball this er, and will face Southern ers, to.. . issptill favorable talk in a `Z'·that .cotton factory going i .Shreveport. eep pharmacy is receiving its hig touches and is now deco Shre:veport people, are a table folke, and will always io...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 9 January 1897

Gleanings ?rorrn? The Social World. [BY BRUNETT'E. l TheOld year sits in the whispering woods And dyes her faded gown, And dreams of days in the fragrant fields SWhen she wore love's rose red crown. *5* . Age is not measured by years, nor is the .length of the year always in proportion lo the number of its days. I-Thought, feeling, joy, sorrow-these bring age, yet if the heart be warm, they re the very things which perpetuate Syouth, beauty and gladness in our lives. SSometimes in a little year, aye in a lit .tle month, so much bursts upon our view of which we had never dreamed: Life b. .ok of that time seems dim and distant as Sadream; life before us seems irrevocably :,hanged, assumes new phases of grief or .pleasure, coloring all our thoughts, guid ingall our actions. 'Dead hopes, like dead leaves, enrich the ground wheron they lie; and now without 'neglecting the sunshine, the violets and he daisies, neither refusing to face the "'" ew Year", as we part from the Old, Witha tear,...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 9 January 1897

0C D. HICKS - - .-. . .- - . - Editor in the Postoffoe at Shreveport as Second-olass Mail Matter. ag..11 Milam Street, between Mar ket and Spring Streets. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. S.......... .. ......One Dollar onth........... .ity-five ent , Months.......Twenty-five cent. ,.Ofllal Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Alliance. -, LA., - JANUARY 9, 1887 emote against the Constitutional t endment,t Ils a blow at your manhood; seeks to throttle the will of sovereign peoplo. oh a proposition as it embo sit .mbo no relief from the serf bh Polities exercises over !.fsenhip, ** . rather seeks to perpetuate tic reign. suffragans be men, let the part of men. *** cannot suooessfully es tseir olaim, as freemen, * * 0 :llow this stroke at their in ce to~go unrebuked. - a the (bmatUtt~osaa should be our 8tate Poester is the wisard of Os. Levee Board busti was it settled? question is still alive will And it so. the good work, and pil " ~scool houses. mon, ths of Clove #s a blessing in even bptoll is a wron...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 9 January 1897

The Misspelled TWae. i Slittle buoy said: "Mother, deer, way Eye go out to play? The on is bright, the heir is clear. owe, othr dont ay neigh" e Sfourth. my son," the mother said. Th ant said: "Take your slay Tour giss knw sled, awl painted read, al But dew knot lose your weigh." f Ahknow!" he cried and sought the street, 0 With hart sow full of gloc. h e el changed, and snow and sleet And steadily. I Threw nowdifts grate, throw watery pool 9 e le with mite and mane. Said h, "Though Eye would walk by rule, ye am not rite 'is plane. "Ey'd like to meat sum kindly sole, For hea gnu dangers weight, And yonder tai a treacherous whole. Two e ha been my gate. e A peace of bred a geiss hot stake, b e'd hew if Eye were home. This crewel ate my hart would brake. Slove not thus tome. q "Eye, week and pailave missed my rode." t ear a carte came passed. e and hi sled wre safely toad Hask to his home at last. ihmond Central Presbyterian. OR LITTLE FOLKS. A LITTLE HERO. e Ual. Moran Rescued His Li...

Publication Title: Progress, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 9 January 1897

NEW YEAR RIDE. utteE our Worthy Mayor, R. N. M"cKellar, ot Furnlshbs a Nice Treat. not While Mayor McKellar has never ble won the renown of a man of policy but in. dealing with public affairs, he is, too for all that, possessed of a certain con 'degree of diplomocy which is not R always wasted sweetness on the mol desert air. It was in the role'of a ave diplomat, we opine, that he cx- bot tended an invitation to certain the -divisions of 'classes of public En; ,affairs to take' carriage ride with at t him about town on New Year day. lir The hour of departure was fixed at wh 3 o'clock in the afternoon, aid Cit though the clouds were dark:and av( lowering and a rather col,. mist or .4ta 'snall rain was falling, a number 'the began to assemble, and soon the ed] query began-. to " be- whispered To around, what will .ite program.be? las As usual, with the custom of A : doing things "in Shreveport, some du one was tardy,, acd.hence the town hit c clock sounded its three strokes.and stE st...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 9 January 1897

lonalna alving it Aur It r. an ,iter his death the world rus~hed in to take tU :.en invntory of his goods, aInd the entire bh :g regato was the garments he had worn, u ~eeping in themn by night and traveling 1, I them by day, bearing on them the dust it - the highway and the saturation of "e ii s. St. Paul in ny text hit the mr k o when he said of the missionary Prince, o ] -'For your sakes he Lecamno poor. " S Treading the WVine Press. The world could have treated him better U: if it had chosen. It had all the means for o making his earthly condition comfortable. q Only a few years before, when Pompey, the q ,genoral, arrived in Brindisi, he was greeted te '`with arches and a costly column which _ elebrated the 12,000,000 people whom he "ad killed or conquered, and he was al llowed to wear his triumphal robe in the P '-nate. The world had applause for im al butchers, but buffeting for the lnce of Peace; plenty of golden chalices for the favored to drink out of, but our -rince must ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 9 January 1897

The Progress. anvouPor, LA., - - JaiuABY 9. 1897 CAGED_ WA$faERERS* lea Mr. W. B. Weaver has returned P0 from his home in Atlanta, Texas, where he went to spend the hol- m idays with his family. He says he met Rev. H. G. Scudday who told wi him that he had just closed three protracted services in Florida, and dr 175 conversions and sanctifications da was the result of them. fu Even the little freeze we've had gave the plumbers something to il do. at Messrs. Minge & Company to bought 2000 bales of cotton within ten days up to Monday, all from ci brokers and factors. For 1000 not more than 6 cents per pound was vi paid. m The committee to solicit aid for of the Mooringsport sufferers, Messrs. at F. A. Leonard and S. N. Kerley, were out at work Tuesday, and re- g, ported gratifying results. Mr. Herman Loeb returned Sun- h day night from a business trip to 0 New Orleans. 14 The property owners on Edwards street, between Crockett and Mi- n lam, are having brick sidewalks taid. 4 An...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 9 January 1897

'i- About Drainage. ::The questton of drainage is be ming a serious one to the sani - ns of this city just now, more FOR ilportant than it has ever been in history. Not because we are danger of pestilence or even likely to incur sickness in the 1 2 sear future from a lack of suffi 7tent drainage but because of the fact that Mayor McKellar is now .yiing permanent improvements, ,with concealed culverts as drains, iand our Health Officer Dr. J. C. gan, thought it advisable for the ians, the medical doctors, ;*.e city authorities and citizens, to together and decide which was te best mode of drainage, so .fse prospective permanent im proement could be laid with re- One enOe thereto, and with that sys i which was best, so as to avoid r ng up streets and alleys in the sturet . This was a wise precau fiolon the part of Dr. Egan, one which all, who will think seriously ;over the matter, will indorse, we One In pursuance with this request a g was held at the City Hall tEaday night, over w...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 9 January 1897

The Progress. SHREVEPOET, LA., - JANUARY 9, 1897 Madam Rurnor Says That She said She would and by gum She will. That nany a man thinks he is in it when he aint. That the Balfe Brothers are reli able plasterers and do good work. That our district attorney looks "smilin like", as if he is "layen fur cm". That it is the "lit:le fellows" who pay the most taxc(s, proportion ately. That when a fellov. gets married he should certainly pay the preacher. That Mr. S. N. Kerl ey is a solid citizen and will do to rely on in an emergency. That Dr. S. H. Hicks has been quite sick all this week, and so has his little girl. That the levee board business seems to be wonderfully interest ing, to some people. That the Genevieve Orphanage is an institution the entire public can feel an interest in. That it is all right, but a fellow would sometimes gain more by keeping his mouth shut. That Rev. I. Saenger is one of the most popular rabbis that hays ever been in Shreveport. That She believes the Mayor a...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 9 January 1897

WO Al N WORLD. 94JG SOUTHERN GIRL WHO WRITES CLEVER VERSE. gesponsibilities - Don't Mu . Throt - The Woman Drummer. Trimmed LAngerle - Miss Ellen lt In season. seems to me the most graceful aen t expressed in poetry for the past years by anAmerican girl has come the charmed pen of Miss Jean t of Louisville. Her verse has fhlaehtly set to music, and I have a!ral requests of late for knowl as to her personality. Is a soutbern girl, born in Louis. where she still lives. She has been ia verse since childhood, and wdJjthbs improved each year. Aside 'tbe original ideas which find ex 'in her poemin she has an unusn of translation, and, while this her work is not sufficiently nun to speak finally of her eventual in this ambition, several of her are considered exceedingly ld Miss Wright's work is notice-' M lack of the amatearish and ngly marked by a certain and finish one would only in an older writer. She combines tire southerner's love for the beau Ja " wa'r. JEAN WRIGHI. e with a gi...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 9 January 1897

WHEN TO OPEN THE SILO. A Progresslve Ohio Farmer's Opinions on This Subject of General Interest. John Gould of Ohio, in a letter to Rural New Yorker, writes on a subject of widespread interest. He expresses himself as follows: In a general way the answer might be, "Whenever one needs the ensilage to feed." I do not know that there is anything like oommon agreement in the time of opening silos. If the term may be used, there is a great deal of individ uality about silos and their behavior. That they are hot or cold at the time they are opened makes no difderene so far as Ican see Sometimes the ensilage, when the pit is opened, is quite cold and another year it will be quite hot. It is simply a matter of the condition of the ferment at that time. So far as the en silage is concerned the opening makes no difference with the contents three inches below the surface, as the air can ot affect that which is slightly below the immediate surfaoe. I have no "dgWm" indicating when the enalage"-...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 9 January 1897

.-" . - Superior To All Sarsaparillas. - r heumth t-sm, Blood Poison.n.. Pain in the side, wrists, shoulders, back and joints, buapepia Malaria, Scrofula, and all P.looa and Skin Diseases, it has never been equalled. _s sucjugated, Health Renewed, Appetite :estored and sleepless mghts banished by att -p. . 1'. is a wonderful tonic asf strengthener. Weak women should always take " p . It builds them up It has ok ui:vcrsal commendation of medical men throughout Read The Truth And Be Convinced. a" p A Wonderf il Cure. celot medinci. Wne handle about one dose bottles a 1Zanaartyt to muscular rheumatism. lo: thirty Drs.J. M. A Sf. T. RICHARDSON. Piedmont, S. C. b tried all medicne P and Jctors wit Ro and it fame nd rutation has been or heuad ished two od Poiso my pain i n the sidd ot Springs Surpassck and joi Malariaon Srofa, and all .od and Skin Diseases, it.. has done me more good tha Testimony from the Mayor. t d with subjugmatised, or Heal ften years. trie te Pirples, Sores and Eru...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 9 January 1897

Business Cards DR. C. RATZBURC, E ENTIST, Over P'helps.' ('orr,.r' Shoe Store. I l ti lI I Ii l I1I .1 I I UIlll I IItItI Ill t It I b re JOHN LAKE, ATTOREY-AT-LAW. Office with M. .. E.tner, in tht. Do), BIlding opposite eon rthunso HOYLE TOMKIES, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Local and foreign business solicited and prompt attention given to the same. 206 Milam street -hrevenort. La. w. T. SLATON, JUSTIGE OE THE PEACE 203 Miiam street, Shreveport. L . ('ol lections and lepal busin ess solicited. NOTARY PUBLIC. ABSTRACTOR:OF TI LES AND REAL ESTIAE AGT. .1aOce i iit jl t r." Houe.- ',T DR. S. H. HIBKS, Offioe over B-a- I & J'o '. Drug Storc. Residence. 815 Crockett Street. iarSpecial attention given to dis1 s ases of the nervous system. Telephone connection FRITZ ROTrENBERGER & SON, GENERAL DLACKSMITH AND WHEELWRIGHT SHOP I old stable, 812 Texas Ave. street. Saw twli. 5tteaenboat. Machine and Black Smaith work and Horueshoeing solicited. Notblag,but first-clase work turned out, un ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 9 January 1897

OOPER BROS., Livory, aLR8 o ld Feed IBLES AND MULE PENS. hreveport Transfer Co., 700, 702 701, 70,70 and 70S Texas St., Cr. Louisiana. ,r-Facilities are Unsurpassed for any Business offered in ealso have a large Lot of IHorses and Vehicles tnat we at a I r, al-. C. A. ALSTON, And Ceneral - - - rage Warehouse Business, orl Cash Advancements on Consignments. oee and Warehouse corner Crockett and Sprine Shreveport, La.  ~""- -- . . . .- . zi_ 7 " " - " . . . . .. . . . HER1IZAllT LOEB, TTON'BROKER, PALSO DEALER . ool, eswax Talow, Fi Etc. 702. 704. 706 COMMERCE ST.. COR. CROCKETT ST. to the seller the net price obtained in Vicksburg, St. Louis, New eston ad Houston Markets. Prompt returns made on receipt of I solicit the consignment of N & ALL GOODS IN MY LIN" UIIlON OIL COMPANY'S "HAMILTON MILLS." OF duct, OCst, U Me1i, Hull:, inters Market Price paid for Cotton seed atall times. Corre-pondence solicited with SCross BaVon, between Market and Spring Streets. SHREVEPORT. LOUISIANA...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 9 January 1897

THE RED RIVER BRID)GE. our are To the Editor of The Progress. tiox Noting that you have our city's anc interest at heart, as has every citi- agc zen who has the same views on the son above question. Of course every the man has a right to his own opin- cei ion-good, bad or indifferent-but citi on a question of this kind we think one there should be no difference, as Co the facts are too plain for contra- sie distion as to the good that may be sh derived from adopting the plan of the "free bridge." pa I notice in an evening paper of pr this city a very weak argument in to defense of maintaining the pres- at ent system of revenue, which if w properly put would be in the lan- se guage of -'a blockade and a me- cc nace to the city of Shreveport." N The idea of a paper claiming to h: advocate things to the best inter- re est of the city, and to bring up p such a question as they put out m in Friday's issue, is certainly sur- g prising, not only to a few but the tt multitude. Think of havi...

Publication Title: Progress, The
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