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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 February 1897

INUMVc S*ADDLER AND DRIVER. ar to Rod Hore Can Be Bidden and s. e s EquBally Well. a ~s with all the saddle gaits in ly broken to harness and si, fierein only a clear trot is , combined horse. It should beas tb the scope of a combined b afulness to pull behind a ol- le eary weight. tv Is today a demand unsupplied th utimal. The best saddle horses a th past five years, as attestd p si w it I tli -ti n .. .. . - "'? D3 AND HIS HORE. in the gaited classes at fairs and shows, have all a and the majority of t an one side only. This c i+eeding of the combined i the reach of all, provided r stallion owners adding a to their studs. A colt saddle bred will de- E 'his is to be avoided, as 1 e *omndation of all gaits. i Saquare gaited, active a Isa good beginning for a i Speed is not essential together with what is8 * level head, is much to be a shadal neverbe used as I briug forth a combined i .ad the rack are similar. I rt the rack, each leg I tly of the other, the x .atnight, with very mu...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 February 1897

The Progress. aHuvEPOKr, LA.. - FUBBVUaRY 6, 18s7. New Advertisements aattr We call the attention of the pub- issu lie to the new, neat and attractive ad of Andrew Kuhn, who recently It opened up a retail grocery estab- ann lishment on Levee street, which qui appears in this issue of The Prog- this ress. CoI an( Mr. H. T. Kent, the popular stre Texas road grocery merchant ap- est preciating the extremely large cir- grx oulation of The Progress, joins in du, with the other progressive mer- the chants of our city in advertising dii his business in The Progress. bri the Mr. G. A. Brewer, the popular o and well-known, artists supply ha dealer and upholsterer, corner of a& Louisiana and Milam streets, op posite the city hall, advance with the wheels of progress and sets a lii good example for all who desire to Smsucceed in business. His ad will :be seen in other parts of The Prog That thrifty lumber firm, Allen & :.r' Currey, successors to W. H. Ford = Lmnber Company. Having re ý...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 February 1897

Q00OP  BROS., Livery, ale aind Fosd STABLES AND MULE PENS. .Shreveport Transfer Co., 700, 702, 704, 706 and 703 Texas St., Cor. Louisiana. Our Facilities are Unsurpassed for any Business offered in osr Line. - We also have a large Lot of Horses and Vehicles tnat we .Sell at a Bargain. iO A. ALSTON, S And Ceneral - - - to rage Warehouse Business. S-Liberal Cash Advancements on Consignments. SOffice and Warehouse corner Crockett and Sprint , Shreveport, La. H""RMA T LLOEDB, OTTON BROKER, .ALSO DEALER , 00oo1, Beeswa Talxlw, Fr, Etc. 70. 702. 704. 706 COMMERCE ST.. COR. CROCKETT ST. otee to the seller :he net price obtained in Vicksburg, St. Louis, New Galveston and Houston Markets. Prompt returns made on receipt o! ta I solicit the consignment of TTON & ALL GOODS IN MY LINE, K[IS, President. S. B. HICKS, Vice-Pres. W. F. CHASE, Sec-Treas DIRECTORS: " RiHcks, 8. B. Hicks, F. H. Gosman, W. F. Chase, T. L. Scovell, J. C. Drew. HfE HICKS COMPANY, (LIMITED), O ale irocers anl Ctto...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 February 1897

Imperfectly fitted Glasses like these, not only look bad, but are a positive injury to the eyes. WHILE 'iarses properly adjusted afford relief to overtaxed vision, and are becoming. If Ur. Eyes are troubling you come and have them examined y our Opiian e ,'hrge ye We fit the Eyes and carry the best selected stock of Optical Goods in UTGcII$SO$ & iART, V eý rs and Opticians, - - - 214 Texas St., Shreveport, La PITTSBURG, ILLINOIS, IALABAMA,I AND TERRITORY ALI LUMP L .COA L. Pennsylvania, Anthracite and Blacksmith Coal of Various kinds. SPrompt delivery, lowest cash prices, lull weight S*guaranteed. Telephone (new) 272. Shroveport Ice ani Rtfriterating Compall. MMLLS LUMBER CO., ,uite g Leaf Yellow Pine Lumber and Red Cypress Shingles. Sash, Door and Blinds, Laths and Pickets. S OFICE AND MILL AT FOOT SPRINGSTREET. S. 1 -- s. 104 a& 0o Texas Street. i #.s. atull and .omplete line of : . " Gaorden and Field Seeds, including..... asd, 6 varieties of Clover. Svarieties of Oats. ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 February 1897

The Progress. 6---No. 52. SHREVEPORT. LA., February 13, 1897. Price 5 Cents %7goU SS.+ AFTE'lR TiHE TRUSTS. thr MItters of Interest From the Capital. . UCorrespondence. , Washington, Feb. 10th, 1897 - body has seen the clowns in becircus who make a great pre of working without doing of anything that is useful. ~ due apologies to the dignity august body, the Senate is Sw~hole doing just what those w do. Circumstances rather als are to blame for The division of parties in Senate makes it impossible to -through legislation that is op by either of the three par 4nd about every important asure on the Senate calendar, the appropriation bills, it~ this category. d sort of a sensation was by the announcement thatn ve Murray, the color lan from South Carolina, to enter a protest against g the votes of that State, eSenate and House this bled in joint session to electoral votes and Offi declare the vote of the pres election, but as the protest apparently be backed by blican leaders there is...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 February 1897

spirit of '76-that spirit cannot be too greatly lauded or to highly val- A ued as an heritage of the American pla people. But in more recent times dis there has been an exhibition of no' spirit which certainly equals that Ch of '76. When the late civil was '1 ended the people of the conquered Bo States, our own among them, re- sin .,. ned totheir homes to find them po in many instances wrecked. their the lands devastated, their property fox destroyed and everything around NE - them waste and uncultivated. The on people did not despond though WE ~:,they were "confronted with good dc ,; '"rrdason for despondency, but on 01 i'the cohitrary with a spirit which gr :rose to the emergency, they vigor- st Souly extered upon the mark of re- T1 covering their waste places and cc the' y conquered. They were great- ti er in the achievement of this 01 peaceful victory than they had of :bdn on the field of battle. It is to as this spirit we make our chief and h4 ::flal appeal in behalf'of the vas...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 February 1897

which til were won' leanings fron on the fei. The Social World. tomto each corr SThen if t tIms SADIE BEJACH. EDITOr. pillow di K; `R marriage Tw , o Valentines. year was But th away; HIS TO HER. poetry; "jrt gates, what soft word will win, Valentii Sbid them backward swing, have tin waiting love may enter in the mo rblissful triumphing. do not' st a cruel sensation, painted beasing watch doth keep; mental ut to know some potent spell, a very seal his eyes with sleep. our tie eight the eagle love slip by, ings a a t secret wise, clothed " 1o'straight-way would open lie, ner of path to paradise. verse, HER'S TO HIM. Severy close sequestered cell, An ugh wisely it be watched and well, within is an open seasame, Miss l Siits warded secrecy. annou tnot to him, who waits and waits, + btful and dumb, without the. gates, claim Sknow decisive actions stirred, great given the barrier-moving word. great irdth insidious stealth avail, prom 4. 'wSr so subtly it assists; Mr. "~ bck sard swifty s...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 February 1897

The Progress. Published Every Saturday. D. IC - Editor 1' ---- Wa-tered iý n the Postomfce at Shreveport as Sseon-elass Mall Matter. Pitem - ilsm street, between Mar ket and Spring Streets. SUBBOCRIPTION PRICBES. . Year............. .........One Dollar1 ru Months ...........Sixty-five Centi Months..........Twenty-five Cent OUcial Jo~urnl Caddo Parish Farmers A. lliance. LA., - FP UARY 1, 18s9t7 Study socialism. It is the sal on of any free Nation. 7 alk up immigration. We need a f the right kind. it is What a man does, not what sys, which wins him respect givoes him honorable position. eust destroyed, and our tn is ruined. Clevelandism dine muehbto uproot the noble of humuaity. taM woutld do far better to l the sulfering of our starv than to retire unmature proposed constitutional con is an insult to our State's Vote it down, nor at-" to hold one until Murphy J. has been prushed. Sut talking about Am Pra-eminende. We are a 4tboadids and highly honor as prise ighters, eto. Sconsti...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 February 1897

TyaHE EDITORS TALK. vi The report comes from Califor- N "n ithat an attempt is to be made to there soon to construct an airship 0 en a large scale. It is to be made l iefly of aluminum, is to be ol about 300 feet in length, and the ohney is to come from the sale of e= shares in a stock company. This B will make the second California T a1ship of the year. The other had at no difficulty in sailing in the air, ti -er it was constructed entirely of B fevered imagination. It is not ex -pected that the sailing qualities of itila latter craft will be any more °}notable or go beyond a sale of took.--Lake Charles Echo. tc E, ditor Hicks, of The Shreveport g] Progress, deserves .credit for the !wonderful improvement in his pa lpr. The Progress is now the w newsiest and neatest weekly pub- ci . lished in North Louisiana. May h she live long and continue in her is baitle for the right.-Peoples De mand. a: Thanks for the neat compliment, 4 Bro. Dunn ! ATE A LIVE CAT. a An exhibition of a shamef...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 February 1897

"ABBREVIATIONS." . By SNAPSHOT. ý.MeIM4o'a firet modern water n W ks paIs were submitted to a . t,iArdls Rayes on the 5th id ..for "his.approval. The city of pre,£ is to be.the first place to L ihtei ni the new enterprise. P .. . . .. gPJl oc.io wonl n the con "etor the seat In the Senate H-opdkins and Kendall. ~ es;e tatve. MoMillian has uo a bill declaring "Stifr od Banner,". to be the na Sal, of tha Un.ite. Sttes. 'vanelist D. L. Moody e Ce his 00th birthtdsy on the I S.*.  .. .. ... . . to  Heyworth, a cottaba Galveston, Tex., hanged c an the5 depression causs . , ,'a os manipulating futures, heidthrashb deed. as- be a bivherite &~i edict he issued a ! dade tht ho woutld keep SIthe Mayoralty of Sp.re#tded a Dembocrat was , 'but if not he would pile."Y. . w so ordinance prohibit s 81s- from blockading with . their goods? aremado for the bene " It is not- very er ladies to be : pl • .- theotr way a pie of greasy. meat aS. bto say. nothing esanueaý uanalo that gen tpm the ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 February 1897

IRISH BRIGADE. i RADE IN ARMS TELLS ABOUT g TI-.E NOBLE LEGION. t ±?: 3n Made Light of Hardships, E S- Carnage-Gallant righting Va- o0 ,geral Sumner-Stories of the Lead-H a a of the Rank and File. a RIS H soldiers ti are great favor- P ites with their comrades of other nationalities. An q irrepressible 0 good humor per vades their ranks and their camps, to and in every sit nation an Irish- , man will have b his fun and glad- r ly share it with i, all the world. s The fighting v S" qualities of the sons of Erin need In every war on American t immigrants from the little green ion rank with the bravest of were numerous organizations ij virl war composed of Irishmen regiments and brigades. In army the most noted of as the Irish brigade raised in in 1861 and consisting at the i the Sixty-third, Sixty-ninth -eighth regiments. It is said Sixty-ninth and Eighty-eighth numerical designations from " augh-a-Ballahs and Con iager5 in the British army. reason the Irish brigade was ed to recrui...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 February 1897

The Progress. .... .. L . vrmmar- Fuu au 131 CAGEHD WA4DERERS. s . ooc Tonas avenue is still calling- on deeply for McKellar and vitrified Mr. R. W. Oeorge, of Ward 3, at was in the city Monday. Our people are showing their I apr.e a, on of the need of immi °u:b: wholesale men have their E d full. The retailers need M miesrs. C. A. Dewing and Char al lad a diaculty Tuesday Pr reseling in the latter being a It is said tbat he frst drew a on Mr. Dewing, before the , was use~.. [e was sent to s. Murphy and Carter are b along nicely. What was . # to be fatal wounds od n -apily turned out all right. i avwe had more of in grippe sa ucred rabout that a Mneat bhtel will be erected on avemmu by the Bernstein o Mu.fW hba advertised o paving Toexas street; O..s k from Ten.o to Ssaotd aas avrenue. Better do i the work Ienle -You wil st good service aes to the average man that - O., S. & O. people are pay a tlet too mueh aseunon SWhere does Shreve In, neIghbors? sutsh Kobeartso Coempany *im...

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

'L1 Superior To All Sarsaparillas. Down in Georgia, over fifty years agt. a marvelous medicine was discovered. It was what is Now known as P. P. P., (Lsppman's " lat Remedy), and its fame and reputation has been growing with the years. For Rheumatism, Blood Poisontn Pain in the side, wrists, shoulders, back and joints, FrD, . , -Malaria, Scrofula, and all .lood and Skin Diseases, it has never been equalled. i u is subjugated, Health Renewed, Appetite restored and sleepless nights banished by P. P. P. is a wonderful tonic and strengthener. Weak women should always take P P. P. P. It builds them up. It has the universal commendation of medical men throughout the ecuntry, because we publish the foraula on every bottle, and one trial will convince the ost skeptical that it is a genuine health restorer. Read The Truth And Be Convinced. A Wonderful Cure. aenet thing. We handle about one dosen bottles a yers; tried all medicnes and Jotors wit Jtvo e rs. 3. Y. £ H. T. RICHARDSON, Piedmont,...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 February 1897

,'RE HARBOR OF HOME tern i a _ _- seem to c jV. DR. TALMAGE PREACHES UPON dispositio A GRAND THEME. sheaf of i be amagi ed stock bus Home as a Test of Character. as a who is at Sigas~uard, as a School and as a Type of mercial a heaven-A 13eantiNl Dream. takes his SWAsrnjrTON, Feb. 7.-This sermon of r Talmage will set many memories ring- Tho re agwRith the good old times. His subject temper I "ra Harbor of Home" and the text Mark want to 1 - ,9 o home to thy friend$ and tell who hid how great things the Lord bath done tabsity j thee-n do not le -her are a great many people longing not pay. :some grand sphere in which to serve do notw They admire Luther at the diet of to sell hi and only wish that they had some lest it de great opportunity in which to display the win Christian prowess. They admire there mr m.aking Felix tremble, and they only are peol that they hbad some such grand oca- thropist in which topreach righteousness, tem- respeot I and judgment to come. All they Audd is an...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 February 1897

Ti all your lifc you di1 nothing ranilate. You know what it is to be even amid pleasurable surround bat Christ ,lcpt in huts, and he was . and he was a-hungered, and he on the way from being born in one oarn to being buried in another, 's grave. I have read how the Swiss, s they are far away from their native try, at the sound of their national air hbomesick that they fall into melan iald sometimes they die under the But, oh, the homesickness I Poverty, homesick for celestial Persecution, homesick for hosanna. -homesick for rest. Homesick elieo and archangelic companion o.measiok to go out of the night and the storm and the world's execra a d all that homesickness suffered to ommo best estate we are only pilgrims here. "Heaven is our home." .ill never knock at the door of that and in all that country there is grave. How glad parents are time to gather their children But I have noticed that al there is a son or a daughter t from home, perhaps absent Oh, how glad our heavenly Father b...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 February 1897

The Bua dlo Scribblers. The Scribblers' club of Buffalo is an organisation of professional and ama teur writers, probably the best known of the latter being Anna Katharine Green, formerly of Brooklyn. Many of the professionals represent Buffalo dai lies, while the amateurs are Women of social rank and connected with various philanthropic, educational and charita ble organizations. This fraternizing of talent is productive of much good, the amateurs being just the kind of friends required by young women employed in newspaper work, for, while many of the latter have never lowered their standard of refined expression, others cannot resist the temptation to write smart things at any cost. Such a club as the Scribblers' gives an opportunity for the women of leisure and wealth and the women who have taken high rank in authorship to com bine their influence and provide a safe guard, by their friendship, for those who may need it. A noteworthy fact of this fellowship is the grateful affecti...

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

`ý - I j.TERROR TO STOCKMEN. war W and Its Destrentlon of Prairle Herds. . the greatest enemies of the ranger on $he great prairies is the wolf, known among students of nat story as Canis latrans. It is the wolf that roams the American tand is no doubt the most vo It is very tricky in its method andnever fights or attacks in It preys upon live stock in the at night, when it is the boldest hing habitations, and its -method of attack is to jump upon animnals, catch them by the back Iaone snap of the jaw break the qylight on the plains these gray will follow a herd of cattle for y traveling in pairs or e will pick out a victim, such r r B WOLz OF THE PL&INS. eow with a calf, and gradually between the cow and the herd, her out, as the cowboys call it. far away sufficiently from the thy will pounce upon the calf it in a twinkling. eow shows fight, one of the slip up behind her and snd upon her hock and ham by severing the tendon with snap of the jaws. Then the an easy victim. The w...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 February 1897

The Progress. SH"EVEPORT, LA. - FEBRUARY 13, 1897. poseai CAGED WANDERERS* weapo under Texas avenue is in a horrible fix. shouli -The Council had better let the Tha mayor go ahead and pave it. there Someone would find it real en- Kentr joyable to see the negro boys-un- polic der the sentence-working on the Thepo qity chain gang. Well excuse us, it can scarcely be called work. are @ United States District Court, ner o: iJudge Alex Boarman presiding Thi will convene here Monday. mode "Cursing on the streets is both a excel State and city offense; yet it is often indulged in and no attenfion Th is paid to it. rathe supe: It will soon be painting up time Th and then there will be a general appearance of neatness all over vor t our w {'Our old and true friend, Mr. J. Tl I. Tubbs, of Hadly, paid us a call some Monday. The latch string is al- Brot ,Wa ys on the outside to you, Mr. Ti ubbs. that Ask the postoffice letter carriers. abo They will tell you of our large city oulation. 'The S...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 February 1897

ST-iE MOST GOMPLETE ,-- - Grocery Store in Shreveport. We have now the okly Complete Grocery store in Shreveport. where you can get anything you desire- STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIS, STAPLE ANDVEGETABLES, FRUITS, NUTS, ETC. i·. Without bruaing the wind to several stores fo procure the same. We receive a shipment of Fresh Vegetables from New Orleans every morning, Consfsting of Cauliflower, Lettuce, Celery, Beets, Carrots, Tomatoes, Fresh Ontons, Parsley, Sage, Thyme, Fresh Spring Cab bage, Etc. Telephone your orders to us. FREE DELIVERY.-----Wy ._--TEELEPHONE 20. e. HOYER, CORNER EDWARDS & TEXAS STREETS. MjtLLEN & (URREY, 6 "·:·: DEALERS IN : : : Yellow Pine and Cypress Lumber, Red Cypress Shingles, s_}= Doors, Window Weights, Blinds, Laths, Pickets, Col umns, Piynth and Corner Block, Casing, Base, Moulding of all kinds. Lumber in Car Load Lots for House Orders a Specialty, MILL ON TEXAS ROAD. 'PHONE No. 89. rders by mail solicited. Prompt attention guaranteed. excelsior • Best...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 February 1897

$ *0" 0 and up SUITS S 5 and up SAll Work Guaranteed. Come and see . . . . 4 Solmson Tailoring Co. " -404 Texas Street, under Opera-House . . . Imperfectly fitted Glasses like these, not only look bad, but are a positive injury to the eyes. WHILE properly adjusted afford relief to overtaxed vision, and are becoming. If Eyes are troubling you come and have them examined by our Optician Free SWe fit the Eyes and carry the best selected stock of Optical Goods in HUTGc1NIso'4 & AR1rT, wlers and Opticians, - - - -- 214 Texas St., Shreveport, La PITTSBURG, ILLINOIS, (ALABAMA, S... AND TERRITORY *AI LUMP . !COAL. Pennsylvania, Anthracite and Blacksmith Coal of Various kinds. Prompt delivery, lowest cash prices, full weight guaranteed. Telephone (new) 272. ShI-. "cort Ice 84d RebfrlratiL Colllany. S os. 104 & 060 Texas Street. aseeieved a full and eomplete line of Garden and Field Seeds, including..... A)iletand Cane seed, 6 varieties of Clover. no danger 5 varieties of Oats. tohns...

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