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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 January 1897

LITTLE FOLKKS. taught an repeating ------ ---- Two M1 CLUBS FOR BOYS. in a large uing an ho S of the Youths of ev York Who each und Srlk Intend to Iluprovo ThemselveS. g deV SA unique boys' club has been started for abou Sthealums of New York. Clubs for and each the beefit of poor boys are not new. One n eo suchI hhave been established by working ebuhe and charitable societies, do- for sawil eiedto counteract tho dangerous mu- any desin £ueDoe' of the street by offering resorts was com D attractive and refining,and such fortune. are worthy of all commendation. The c ,the new boys' club is different. It Well, he dependent on charity, public or most of Sfor its maintenance. It is run task of 1 -"te boys themselves. its hind a1i5 club is composed of a number of sure he tous working boys who desire last ach t and elevating surroundings or a day a leisure hours. They have made wages, moral requirements just as high fatethh ebese which obtain at the St. Nicholas low we the Knickerbocker,...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 January 1897

The Progress. Published Every Batnrday. SD. C S---------------- Editor Saut d_ in the Postofice at Shreveport as Second-class Mail Matter. ,:wjr 206 Milam Street, between Mar ket and Spring Streets. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. O~i Year.......................One Dollar x Months .............S..ixty-five Cents k eh'e Months..........Twenty-five Cents SOmciatJ Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Alliance. G , LA., - - JANUARY 80, 1'711 PLEASE EXPLAIN. PROGRESS bows profoundly baton Rouge Advocate for g four copies of its weekly, of the same issue. The first made us feel like congratu Bro. Chevis for his enter in starting a weekly in con nwith his fine daily; the 1 =made us jubilant because i there must be some it good about The Prog he wanted us to pass it among our friends; the caused us to begin to suspi was cussin us about some Syou all this time no t us had been discover tourth put us intoa state of mind, and gol t, we don't know what to '',ill you kindly explain the United State is rant-) s...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 January 1897

A t Carrie Is Deld. M last Saturday morning many A naa ;.ttl in this city was made sad Fa 4the report that Mrs Carrie Par- Truth < 'wifeof George Parry, was dead, mice like died in the early morning vent a s' of that day. wound wi Se may not fully understand contrivan, -jm we speak by this descrip- into traps but when the staid rules of ;tt ing ; ism are laid aside and the ,,,, hold term, "Aunt Carric" is : - . i . , then tender emotions are F, 4d4i o and tears come to many If the oven now, as they did copi- scon am on that day. sic, he w Carrie was a colored wo- take. No ý"though she always spoke o1 denordeo as a nigger, but truer heart desert thi beat in human bosom. Many sic afrte in this town received it's first tied by from the gentle hands of this when lit -woman; and many a mother, served t and worn after having giv- the tum peacefully enjoyed muchly first thun rest, knowing that the wc behind o was in the care of faithful it toral Carrie whose watchful eyes most ea Sclo...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 January 1897

GENERAL BURNSIDE. ROMANTIC RISE TO FAME OFA YOUNG INDIANA BOY. erm i a r Cabin mad Trained to Hard I W leek-A War Student While a the dafet sBdnob-His Career as a Soldier and Leader of Armies. [Copyrightt. IM by American Prem Asoola sow. Book rigbt r:nerved]. URNSIDB'8 early career was typical for an American of his time. It was a patent ad nobility to have been born in a log cabin in the rst third od the century. and muh could be predicted of a man so born who - seed e brains and elegy. But Sthere was this rare thing about Burnside, that, although be fw fromalog SiKa in the Indiana wii.ads h made his Jin nUb bemspm, as a distinguished eaguessed it, be was a man n iul.d~se mnt the bfurnside stock to Sia ioe, sma time during the eolmnial She general's father emigrated S~I Moth(s onroue a to Indiana in 1818 as4 e-eaed in farming and teobhing fi, m town of ildbety. A strong man sad intellectually, be endow h siaw with a Sne pbysique and men a s tr  amooes in lf. In t ie future soldi...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 January 1897

AJN 'S WORLD. RISTICS OF ONE POPULAR LITERARY WOMAN. Vytlag Costumes - The BIufae -- Woman's Emanelpatlom. Mother's Hat-They Meas A Debutante's Reception. . of nationality in her work and characteristics inclines Joanna E. Wood among the te. Of Scottish birth, Cana lion and American literary be is a person of such wide that no other classification suggest itself. de was yet an infant her par to this country and chose for `JOAxNA b. WOOD. a picturesque spot on the i* qeenston overlooking the Here Miss Wood's child and no doubt the splen environment among which played no small part in future writer. Her educa at the St. Catharines itute, a school which in of existence has trained 1 sewho are now Oanada's ,mte and women. Miss Wood's ambition years, and very thor her preparation for her thorough that it was study and hard reading t of giving her writings For a long time they ly to her elder brother, her constant critic. In Mhm that Miss Wood ascribes rmccess, for in spite of .itl her l...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 January 1897

meek~ atC Pb JO The boingo stockyards handled F IWo,44$ 0cttle in 1890, an increase of 3191@ over the receipts of the previous yer. Taitive beef steers averaged $4.05 5 $4.50 in 1898. Prices for this .1as wranged from $2.90 to $.50. It g was a year of low values, owing to de- , emOn at home and the lowest prices AGE abroud for the past live years.Bottom as touched in March, when good to W choke steers did not average over $8.76 Ch 'Vles for good cows and heilers have I 1 iaotated within narrow limits, and the t he I dtlmeaee in price between steers and Inzsul oa god quality has materially my 1 " the receipts of steers inlreased, cows have come to mar- Ofi lia numbes than last year. hall stops, have been reserved for and this should stimulate the PO for bas. Recsip ofr Texansh so,000 ana northwestern 'Ml ol 16000ooo. The export Tai t largely nr'esed howing a gain buit },, pl rent ovw the previous year. ap) .;' mbW jgged for export was 248,- surr This -ioreign demand continuese Sand t...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 January 1897

OOPER BROS., Livery, Bale and Feed STABLES AND MIULE PENS. Shreveport Transfer Co., 700, 702, 704, 700 and 708 Texas St., Cor. Louisiana. Our Facilities are Unsurpassed for any Business offered in lur Line. We naIso h.ve a lar'ge Lot of Horses and Vehicles tnat we -ell at a I ra ,. C. A. ALSTON, O=ON or= .F*ACTOE - And Ceneral - - - Btorage I Warehouse Business, Sberal Cash Advancements on Consignments. - Office and Warehouse corner Crockett and Sprint , Shreveport, La. HERM BIA LOED, COTTON BROKER, .ALSO DEALER as, Wool, Beeswax, Tallow, Fur, Etc. 700. 702. 704. 708 COMMERCE ST.. COR. CROCKETT ST. Ruranteo to the oller :he net price obtained in Vicksburg, St. LouIs, Ne Galveston and Houston Markets. Prompt returns made on receipt at ats, I solicit the consignment of 7TTON & ALL GOODS IN MY LINE. lE UiiION OIL COMPANY'S "HAMILTON MILLS." ACTURERS OF hil raPuc , Oiti, Dlr, 1oil, Iu11, liL,. Nfllhest Market Price paid for Ootton seed at all times. Correspondence solicited with ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 30 January 1897

IiI ma y peffrttY ed Glasses like these, not only look bad, but are a ave injury to the eyes. WHILE Sadjed aflord realief to oertaed vision, and are becoming. If owanda a thn our Optician Free s ad crry the bee s2elected st .of Optical Goods in ti - UTCI4$SO( & HIRIT, Optidmats.---- - -- -214 Texas St., Shreveport, La t 'Ma ~ ~ m . . . ... ... PITTSSURG, ILLINOIS, jALABAMA, AND TERRITORY I LUMP SCOA L. Pe+ sri vn, Anthracite and Blacksmith Coal of Various kinds. SPronpt dFvery, lowest cash prices, full weight S guasateed. Telephone (new) 272. irgt yIn ag rnfri  r emi Cea'y. M -LUOMBER CO., rm Ls Yellow Pine Lumber and Red Shingles. Sash, Door and ' -'ds, Laths and Pickets. aNILL ? AT FOOT SPRING STREET. -a !p~~ . Texas Street. * ~tinlt 44&.ompet. lin, of ,Ou lB e d Fied Seis fiadUd ...... 0 voridam d'oe r. ;ý y s~q~riw* w s °t N~d e O sbrte .r dtkisdi ma d nr -oe w~h ite, Dud mmd 'tdlw. i. thin oesum, aud are gwa aatssd ts pmarad othrr iuJotumAm 6 iraousin. ~ . - i-V SJ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 February 1897

The Progress. se 5--No. 51. SHREVEPORT. LA., February 6, 1897. Price 5 Cents SIATIOIAL 'MATTERS of - the ajemw Kinds Discussed By Our th; hiU iaston Correspondent. w Correspondence. he n, Feb. 3d, 1897.-The la having marched up the to baa now started to march th After frightening Presi- gr Cleveland and Serretary bt iteo the belief that the ar- liu treaty was to be hung up th adcually rejected, the Senate m on foreign Relations as a favorable report on the ci i amended it to meet the ti' and in due time the ti+ will be ratified, and there is G to suppose that England s< mas any objections to the se ts. Although members iz C-Ommlittee have publicly V they would not be hur- a: public clamor, there isn't doubt but that they b hurried by the great pres n public opinion in favor of p Lmd favorable action on s ,'which has been brought ti them. It is all very i tors to talk about de- tl plic opinion, but as a ' fact, few of them ever do. ti teed is still inexorable ti blle Building q...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 February 1897

. imaport measure the serious atten- caul tion and assistance that is so nec- wro ssary. cop A "fifty-cent" collar in the pock- true et of the freezing poor is better itor than a 200-cent dollar in the vaults fort ..of the rich.-Wilton Advocate. p. What do you mean by 50-cent sg 'collar, Jim? pa Like Crowley, Rayne is burden- or ed with .an .over sufficiency of b  worthless darkies, some of whom have grown too impudent for tol- Hu Serenoe. The citizens of our sister bel .tWUlat Batrrday waited upon un one of the most obnoxious of the ro of Elthiopia and gave him an sex ibor Wwhich to leave the parish, in iai "i ~ sound thrashing had been evi .admnstaered. This town harbors ae everal -negroes without whom we would be better off. They are not wa A MW themselves worthless but suc e ~iin making about nine-tenths fey the colored population equally ly: atueless with 'themselves. The zegro, or white, who will not work t depends upon begging or other Fr Mtonble means for a living is h LdA...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 February 1897

there monoo Gleanings frorn lowE The Social World. The photo ture" ý Iss SADIE BEJACH, EDITOR. There ----------- alwa) lhe monotone of society has been some- and ti dla ull during the past few weeks, excell with the beginning of the last month of cided SWbeiseason. Yet it is hoped that some rl of social events will obliterate the mbrance of the dullness of the  0usmonth. stree. he cold weather, with its attendant "ta et snow and general atmospherical other , disorganized society completely mint g the past week. Tahe ethic of regrets and acceptances and confused, pardoned and condoned. bate ae lady prepared an elaborately dated stayi on Tuesday. No one came. "How ling anyone be expected on such a iihtr' she said to one of the ladies in- muc i,;."' . Another lady who had invited a if y of friends to dine did not prepare you . extra guests, saying: "No one will aeture out such a night as this." Wh The invited guests came with the saluta : on. "'We didn't like to disappoint you." m ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 February 1897

QUAINT LINCOLN. t FW A. LAWYER WHO WAS ON • ~,-SE SAME CIRCUIT WITH HIM. o Zip s s ion-Qualnt Sayings Asa Uslike Those of Any One Else. eof skeaim-Beeolleetlons eatemspowray. epyrigbht, 180 by the Author.J oagh he wasr very grave in hisI " be loyed the most bisarre I lar wits. - Roger North, of Lord Guilford." " Ie as a rule, Mr. Lincoln em- I direct and unembellished lan- I Svy htis thoughts and was .~-bphatic. (though without .i style, there nevertheless 1 In his speeches, writ om. sayings a quaintness da ived from no model inu Juris, while not intre aF require quite n ' effort to I Sthe intricacies of expres- 1 ivolved idea., I think, how Sthe idea was strongly enforced 1 :mnpressed on the mind by a "the" search and analysis re- c to ieorm me that a state- I adi i- the Chicago Times of a wa lse b sorted to I end involution of lan- e oemubody ithe idea-viz: I *h aattaek of The e 6tVeide. e e w Give Snaibopt, mny voting. I lies ol.s ou are with 'i "dunealo suoc fully I 'toIs not ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 February 1897

domninat0'on of all about Ulim was a mat- A S7 ter not of personal desire, but of abso lute and constant growth. There are few more interesting characters in history PECUL than Lincoln. There is none who in quite the same manner fits himself so absolutely into his circumstances. It is the highest form of genius that so An Ex pioduces as to make production seem Part effortless, and it is perhaps the greatest Orew cf all tributes to Lincoln that what he Like did seems sometimes only what the av erage man would have done in his place. Abraham Lincoln. Rim to the man and the man's honest worth The nation's loyalty in tears upsprings. Th rough him the soil of labor shines henceforth, nigh o'er the silken broideries of kings. Born of the people. well he knew to grasp .- The wants and wishes of the weak and simall -' Therefore we hold him with no shadowy olaspi Thereforehis name is household to us all. -Alioe Cary. . Drab In Favor. Drab is one of the season's favored colors. The French cal...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 February 1897

tbigraphe to know that these e *q ohis, and, though we aooept all d e a!Cst ardent eulogists have al- II atdipial, or palliation, we must t telev.thAt the man never lived . t seal tranquil enjoyment. It ltnt a man is so hubmble or un t as not to fnd something in his to wbioh he may point with Sthe uniform testimony is that ib polnt Lincoln "maintained a t reserve. " Few Indeed are wbo do.not confess a entiment mons to theplace of their birth ood, but it wOas candaI e very political `respr t at Linloln ib:he:w bas orn in en "ind 4i~ t Illinois Intimates tell uýaee to his early life in connettion with ague ..ai d struggles and "mnilk constituted of discordant I said before, oannot devel :or happily. He cannot arost depressing melanoboly, itortunate it be esbapes an at arnmity.: And right bere, In my 1 f "' n +early life. B - love affalet his Sgo le thbe hmar.. bu. that othe * ,i c liar ta the En* thst ti. li rtle bthe AnS dad t his 1.7 eaSO w a b t. uresf early lIe were snown in t...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 February 1897

Death. they fe! Pe a:ble spirit, power or :what- by the bas been among us again. He GoodF both maiden and youth; Fesun h infant and old age. Man- sun ha tbd womanhood alike are should Sor his reaper, nor reeks he To t] sorrow or tribulation follows ter, Mt Swake. -- ed wife FULLILOVE. Progre was but recently, a few weeks pathy. t it tr. J. G. Fullilove cele- sparro :his 87th birthday and shed, ada healthy, he received old you a] and his descendants en- silver the occasion full-measured. which .a the first month of the new pasfed away his spirit went On i to the Land of Pure De-Mr. N innui an honorable, noble life has Thi S nthat of Mr. James G. Fulli- much Free from moral stain; de- Heilp of dissimulation; pure in the and v g Waters of religious sac- Shre, he has traced on the "tram- year of life a pathway which leads front nible action in this life; rest , peace on the one beyond this and 4 e vale. His last moments ami 'passed beneath the roof of was moted son, Mr. Thomas P. of P ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 February 1897

" The Progress. •833»r, LA., -, FEBAuRY 6, 187. o'0 Look over Hicks Bros., offerings ott inzreal estate. If you want to buy, C. y have the cream. o' S ome folks-not official weather at gagugers, says we will have another me .: large snow about the end of this i1aontt. evd x11 The Evening Herald has sus- at 'i'ended for a month. The Prog- Et :i'press is sorry of this because it was I r good paper. However we are ~r, romise, its resumption in a short ; While with some pleasing revela- Pr Uons added. The town clock is as independ- M ~eant as the rest on 'em. The recent snow made the plum merry, if everybody pay the : p pmptly. b Iont. L. B. Phillips paid our of rdppreciated ocall Saturday. T ,was 4oubly .welcometafter he n ugt our editor how to prevent a S sucking herself. ev. H. W. IMay will preach at gaVa street church to-night, to-morrow morning ~ 7t980 o'clock the same night. i, oeaiment of the Lord's sup will be administered to-mor pzomring. o14 friend, Mr. Frank Con StiStolewul...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 February 1897

,Superior To All Sarsaparillas. "Down in Georgia, over fifty years age, a marvelous medicine was discovered. It was what is now known as P. p. p., (Lsppman's Great Remedy), and its fame and reputation has been growing with the years. For.Rheumatism, Blood Poisonin . Pain in' the side, wrists, shoulders, back and joints, Dyspepsta, Malaria, Scrofula, and all Blood and Skin Diseases, it has never been equalled. ain is subjugated, Health Renewed, Appetite restored and sleepless nights banished by Its wonderful influence. P. P. P. is a wonderful tonic an& strengthener. Weak women should always take P. P. P. It builds them up. It has the universal commendation of medical men throughout the centry, because we publish the formula on every bottle, and one trial will convince the most skeptical that it is a genuine health restorer. Read The Truth And Be Convinced. = ' "A Wonderful Ourm. elent thing. We handle about one dosen bottles a Sa t matr t meudcla rheumatism favr try wr. M. M. a ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 February 1897

The Progress. a Published Every Satnrday. C D. ICKS ------ Editor i te in the Postomfce at Shreveport as c ...One Dollar : ket and Spring Streets. Months..... Si.. xty-five Cent Months.......Twenty-five Cents ~ O~lol Journal Caddo Parish Farmers .Alliance. IA, -- FEDRUAUb 6, 1867 serve We want to keep on the right recoi on all questions. subs Does the Bienville Bell still live? inau so, where? ... ica, .cow puncher is better than the lto I eical slave. keep in the middle of the Tak Ever hear of that expres- ciet; before? Or anything like it? from us make up our minds to de- of h our State, purify our politics T evate our standard of morals. his . .grand jury said nothing t selling liquor to minors. some of the saloon men in aga have been maliciously ma- T ma ai, may honestly oppose , bt to oa minds, it isfir puling weakling who pre to do so because "Prohibi- fro ý as not prohibit." i dhe ow many will try to thi of distributing pro- Pr' i thodrouth sufferers? Oh me Si orror, now wha...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 February 1897

lna names given ro tnem, Sare Alcyone, Merope, Celreno, t Sterope, Taygete and Maia. k of the billions and trillions of at starry light that God calls by sy weep by him with beaming t .ia latrous robe! So fond is God of light, moral light, spiritual ' Aain and again is light harnessed s n-hrist, the bright and a star; evangelization, the day- ri "go yedemption of nations, sun of Srising with healing in his oi, men and women, with so uiws and sins and perplexities, if h of comfort, light of par Sgoodness, In earnest prayer "Seek him that maketh a: rs and Orion." of Amos saw, as we must see, that Tl wh. made these two archipelagoes th u be an unchanging God. in bern no change in the stellar in i thisa herdsaman's lifetime, ne a shepherd, reported to him til Sbeen no change in his life- w) imte two clusters hang over th arbor now Just as they were fat Sthat they shone on the fir as;hesame as when the Egyp. pyramids from the top of ma waiPteha them; the same as when mni eaieulated the e...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 February 1897

" ABBREVIATIONS. " By SNAPSHOT. Dallas, Texas, merchants have instituted a boycott against the railroads that run so near to that point but refuse to enter. The fol lowing roads constitute the body : "Cotton Belt. Fort Worth and Den ver and Rock Island." The Texas Lawmakers have passed a law making it a penalty of $100 to $1000 to sell pistols in thatState. Good law indeed. Our legislators should be instructed to flow in the same channel. Rev. Father F. P. Allen, of Mount St. Mary's College, has been appointed bishop of Mobile, A vigorous protest has been in stiuted by the Knights of Pythias against the use of that name by a new organization, the Improved order of Knights of Pythias. Many states are following in the wake of Missouri. The protest may enter the courts. The Missouri House of Repre sentatives are after the scalp of iAttorney Lowe, of Kansas City, for contempt for the Lexow com ' nittee of the house. January 29th was celebrated by t t Senators an momborj of the Legislat...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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