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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 February 1897

1 e HProgress. me 6-No. 8. SHREVEPORT. LA., February 20, 1897. Price 5 Cents- NATIONAL NEWS. ,Politics and Otherwise. Correspondence. hington, Feb. 17th, 1897 r Sherman knows when he ginst an unsurmountable Yle as well as the next one. especially anxious that the should ratify the arbitra reaty before he became See of State, and he made unu orts to bring the objecting around to his way of kg, but when he discovered Scould not do so, he didn't 'raise a rumpus about letting go over to the next ses The Senate will as ueual be together in extra session on of March, by the out-going nt, to act upon the nomi of the incoming President, s considered certain that it emain in session until the ed by President McKin the meeting of both in extra session to act on bill. But when it will act itration treaty is a mat neertainty. Although it pposed that the amend the treaty would meet the of its opponents in the it has been clearly made 'that such is not the case. of determined Senators off the vot...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 February 1897

in the near future whicl will be thrown open for the use of the pub liHe if matters cannot be arranged satsaiotory. Messrs. Hutchinson & Hart have added to their stock a "Compan ion" bicycle, which is the latest. It is arranged with two seats side by side, and double gearing. Any two persons even those of unequal weight can ride it with ease. This wheel is a marvel of beauty, and these gentlemen have shown their apgreoiation for the public's large patrooage by adding all new im Sprvements and up-to-date arti eles to" their line. Every young marn should get one of these wheels to be popular among the ladies. Arrangoaents hae .been made with Messrs. RutohiMson & Hart, for a .handsome gold medal to award the winner. Other contri butionsi are expected. Boyy come to the front. , oet your weela in good repair and train yourselves for the contest, for it Is sure to at an early date. S eae suggest a 5 mile road race .wile others desire the track, but rit, wtll be left the majorit...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 February 1897

eanings frorr? Social World. h. SaD,6 BAI:Acf, EDITOR. Wedding at BrowAnlee. e marriage of Miss Louise Jeter, r of Mr. and Mrs. J. vW. to Mr. John R. Birdwell took at the home of the bride's par 4:t Brownlee, on Wednesday at 3 o'clock sharp, Rev. of Shreveport, officiating. It 'beautiful home wedding, the 1 was decorated with palms, cut flowers. With the strains i delssohn's wedding march, the :rocession entered the parlor. t ;Miss Daisy Jeter, sister of the was the ringbearer. and the i .maids were Misses Blanche s Birdwell, attired in white and Miss Iva Bes, who c -: white satin gown, flower a groomsmen were Mr. R. B. t Benton, and the Messrs. Jeter. ide was gowned in white I (brocade) made high neck a ves. The bridal illusion s; ftly tendriled with orange received congratulations of the bridal party togeth- h large number of guests ed at supper. C offered to the bride and o numerous. A large num- a and valuable presents o: ed. d eport people who were in 0 were Mrs. Mills, Mrs. p4...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 February 1897

The Progress. Published Every Satnrday. .D C -------------- . D. HICKS .. .- - Editor Sutered in the Postoflce at Shreveport as Second-class Mail Matter. O SIO3-20 Milan Street, between Mar ket and Spring Streets.  SUBSCRIPTION PBJES. - One , Year. ...........One Dollar $lZ Months ...... B , ...Sixty-five Cents hrvee Mont.s.........Twenty-five Cents :Omcal Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Alliance. *mvaL&., - FEBRUARY 20, 189 j The Catahoula News is now ai splendid paper, all home print, H b:right and newsy and splendidly as -edited. It is a welcome visitor son reory week to our sactum. ion :',iThe press of the State can over w ring rule and corrupt poli in Loisiana if it will have the ma and courage to do so. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ be e can have honest politics inl I a if we will; but that no will never be reached as long e' apsppers and people are con- pe or ffairs to be corrumpt, if inj te teoipients of the grab. na the the people of the district from Judge Enery's successor m n were...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 February 1897

EI)ITtOH) TAIIK. -Watson, the Popul-i-_ <.an for the v;ce-presiden (. ias to assist Bry.. n nl Tlmakin great dea ,i uo," liand in n parh~-h. a;IvI ov.r. IIw, ,rich enough "" :dui' a bl - n to the ac1. :n 1b hiiad fr .or $3,50 p ,r " ':.'. N ` ,.f it S~ields thoat ly. ne , 'ii fcne Sbe rcady fIc: :i:':":n. Bulletin. ,young lady ' ,'n re died o b i ing by lickin 8 -, - in git. Th' l:' n en nmatter. i -.s :,- :he rate youn la.i :: ._Li a sor, tongue wh ich i cai? i (.on i the glue. c:u iua1ng 3 atih. e South. - is a eat wh: ich az ches inan ingenious manner. She *small pieev of chee-c from k and pia - .: i- i fr.-!t f a hole so as to eniu'e h  mice n calmly si- down to obelin. Nvv _:a. Itate press i-s anos.. unani; - its oppositi.,n to the ap t of Mr. Bi:nachard on the bench and the lawyers of r, Monroe and -New Or ms to entertain the same -in the matter.-l brville young men, who fre ns at nigh: and ;pendi in playing pool or other ble games, e~pect tosue life? They ma y call thi...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 February 1897

The Progress. atmvEProw, LA. - FEBRUARY 20, 1897. "AMB4II(U1TOtTS to ti Our esteemed confrere of The evel Progress says: "is "The Punch Robertson Conpany A gave a matinee yesterday after noon for the benefit of the drouth Ro sufferers of our State. Charity in- hyl deed covers a multitude of sins. of Mr. L. M. Carter gave the use of sin; the opera house." The Judge confesses to being waI somewhat puzzled. i Does The Progress intend to mig :lace the multitude of sins on the mil tunch Robertson Company or uzpon Mr. Carter, or does charity '0cover the multitudinous sins of in; ',both, individually and collect- pul -.vely? m From the tenor of the article, our esteemed friend, Mr. L. M. Carter, should incontinenly seek the mourner's bench, and do penane for a kindly act in contributing to t:he relief of the sufferers by giv- of i'the use of the opera house." Gi hoe "charity" portion of our con porarV's remarks seem to be er badly mixed up with other ba regarding theaters. those who &...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 February 1897

ti PARIS IN 1900. States Should Have a Good on at the Exposltion. that the secretary of state Irss communications to congress, and informal, requesting an on of $350,000 as the first in t pay the expense of the proper on of the United States at the iption of 1900, the authority for ent of a commissioner general of assistants, but no action has It is probable that the sundry priation bill will contain the provisions. It will not go into til after President McKinley's in and will therefore not inter the aspirations of Republican for the appointment. all of the great nations of the already appointed their com Slave had space reserved in the at Paris and begun the prepara exhibits. But the United s.usually last on these occasions to such things in a hurry. last Paris exposition this govern not get in an application until .the space was awarded, and our exhibits were scattered all ounds, in the most inconvenient sible places. The European spend years in preparation in e their exhibits co...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 February 1897

The Progress. vwr.PorT, LA. - FEURUARY 20, 1807. .GoRGEDG WANDERERS. i There will be preaching morn- , ing and evening at Jordan street C church to morrow at the usual o hours, fi a. m., and 7:30 p. m. The pastor, Rev. H. W. May, will n _il the pulpit. ,. The splendid boarding house ~lding of Dr. T. E. Schumpert, a Milank'street,'iill soon be com fited. Maybe to-day, Mrs. C. d S:.Daughtry will occupy it. ..olly Zack Crawford was in the s ity Thursday. The Judge is =ooking the picture of health. s The handsome stpre house : of i; Messrs Cooper Bros., corneT¶? E1!t o *ards and Texas streets, is being e put in excellent repair. Mr. L. A. Parisher, a finished mechanic has g, and.Messres.Nelson & Co., 0, Jordan & IBoth'who will oc the two stores, will have 'ie. bijois to hold forth in. :: ssrs., Cooper Bros.; had a dri er of very highi reputes holding reelpof one of their carriages, . Some people call him r Lvi.. .i   a wning is being put over ,,rgoods enmporinum of Mr. Zod...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 February 1897

-, - Superior To All S.arsaparillas. Down in Georgia, over fifty years ago, , marvelous medicine was discovered. It was what Is now known as P. P. P., (Lipmtan's Great Remedy), and its fame and reputation has been growing with the y ears. For Rheuinati-,m, Blood Poisonnlp', Pain in the side, wrists, shoulders, back and joints, Dyspepsia, Malaria, Scrofula, and all Elood and Skin Diseases, it has never been equalled. Pain is subjugated, Health Renewed, Appetite restored and sleepless nights banished by Its wonderful influence. P. P. P. is a wonderful tonic ast strengthener. Weak women should always take P. P. P. It builds them up. It has the universal commendation of medical men throughout Sthe c.untry, because we publish the forzmla on every bottle, and one trial will convince the most skeptical that it is a genuine health restorer. A Wonderful Cute. cellent thing. We handle about one dozen bottles a a.martyr to muscular rheumatism F tlrty we.Piedmont, S. C. years: tried all u.dict....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 February 1897

A KING EATING GRASS the and! my a REV. DR. TALMAGE ON THE DESECRA- not, TION OF SACRED THINGS. Thee was have 'wo Styles of Character to Illustrate or t1 God's Word--Ono Is Like a Lighthouse, Bab ad - the Other Is Like a Black Buoy--A tun Weird scene. seen WWAS fIGTON, Feb. 14.-Dr. Talmage in Judi °tale sermon uses a weird and strange scone K:of ancient times to illustrate the behavior gre 'of modern people who desecrate sacred Shings and for their arogane get a.bad ge .tumble. His subject was "A KLung E ting Je .Orass" and the text Daniel iv, 88, "The O "aame hour was the thing fulfilled upon t bttohadnezzar, and he was driven 'from he and did eat grass as oxen, and his oNe y was wet with the dew of heaven, till sin were grown like eagles' feathers stI his nails like birds' claws." keel y:Better shade your eyes lest they be put that t with the splendor of Babylon, assome  ic nng you walk out with Nebuchadneo ghc on the suspension bridges which hang r° the house tops and he shows ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 February 1897

v,*as. , " *.. .".." " 1\ I;, L&AUt l tilUCAtU be 11w 1.<, I u.wo it Wias tihe ib*hbith, and, giving aun "x:mule.l to lill future timnes, he rested. The Best of All Days. He who breaks the Sabbath not more certainly robs God than robs himself. In evitably continuous desecration of the sa cred day ends either in bankruptcy or de stroyed health. A great merchant said, *"Had it not been for the Sabbath I have no doubt I should have been a maniac long ago." This remark was made in a comp ny of merchants, and one of them said: "That corresponds with the experience of my friend, a great importer. He often asid, 'The Sabbath is the best day of the week to plan succeesful voyages.' He has ft years been in an insane hospital and will probably die there." Those also repeat the sin of Nebuchad. -esser who in any way desecrate the Holy Scriptures. There are men who use the Ward of God as an instrument of angry controversy. Bigots at heart and zealots, in the advocacy of their religious ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 February 1897

MORGAN'S IAIIDELRS. :;"PERSONAL TRAITS OF THE DARiNG BLUE GRASS -IORNE- EN. They Were Not (Guerrllh::;, I;ut Agilh aod Plucky, tho Ideal I~len c:f WV:Lr---flow *'. They Were Aried ::al ,'u: : : - .t LIa.d Sr' Story of RJh~ahl Over JI ar:, er. [Copyright. JS'I , by Ar kJtu::n1 Jre:ss A wsocia tioin. loock rights re.urrvcd.) OJ1:.. I=AN'S men Iv. beLen rock j losly and unfair ly clar:ied with t h o 1; e guerrilla : i.- "ands who waged war morn in the spirit of v;indals St an of orgalnized and disciplined ^ ) " soldim*.s. Mooting .recenitly in Icw .. York a Keutuck uan who rndo i''', .. :with Morgan fromn the first c"& drumbcut to the last tattoo, I drew from him these rem nicsoences of his associates and compun ,, 0ons in those battles and raids along and lover the border whioh made famous and ::tosome timid minds made terrible the ate of John H.. Morgan. "The representative character of Mor ,t n'a men as Kentuckians and Ameri , ans s shown by the' fact that the conm mand embrac...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 February 1897

VALUE OF A LAMB. j-Worth WVhen mieasured by h'l at Is Called the Block Test. . Professor Curtiss of the Iowa experi . ment st ation has 1pblishcd in The ~·Beder's Gazette an account of how the .: different breeds of lambs pan out when "their carcasses are cut up by the blutch I"es, He takes the style of cuttintg used 1.by two of the leading slaughter firms of the country. He says: In the slaughter test the Meriinos zlv :rertaged 51.8 per cent of dressed mutton; 'Dorsets, 52. (; Suffolks, 5:3. 6; crossbrods, 97; range, 55.6; Sonthdowns, 55.4; Cotswolds, 54.9; Lincolus, 55.'7; Ox .;frds, 55.2; Shrop.shires, 56.3; Leices trs , 57.8, and yearling Shropshires, The block test wa, mnade by eutting as ddicated in the accolupanying diagranm. particular drawing is one furnnih ecilby one firm that I hav' ha1t pre;pa,,d : fbr illustration in clas,; work, bnt the Sther firm use practically the sameo ,metthod except that the :parts nminrkd i-Bbhreast," "'shank, " "shoulder'" and '"neck" ge...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 February 1897

The Progress. Published Every Satnrday. C. D. HICKS ------- Editor Entered in the Postoffice at Shreveport as Second-class Mail Matter. OIPPIC-205 Milam Street, between Mar ket and Spring Streets. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. One Year ......................One Dollar Six Months ..............Sixty-five Cents 'Three Months..........Twenty-five Cents Official Journal Caddo Parish Farmers "Alliane.. ;._ar vPORT, LA., - FEBRUARY 20, 1897 PROGRAM OF ENTEhTAINMIEN. For the Odd Fellows' Grand Lodge Meeting. The different committees that been working for the past 11 nths, preparing for the enter ent of the next Grand Lodge Odd Fellows which meets in Charles on the first Tuesday t March next, at their last meet accepted and adopted as offi ,the programme furnishe by the mme committee, and wnich .. published below. The pro memis quite elaborate, and the ~ating brethren will certainly feel their visit here is appreciated d that the local triple linkers e done all in their power to their stay pleasan....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 February 1897

THLE 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 FA4NCY GROCERIS, VEGETABLES, FRUITS, NUTS, ETC. 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. IREE DELIVERY.--- TELEPHONE 20. e. HOYE R, CORNER EDWA4RDS & TEXAs STREETS. ~ */ fJLLEN & (SURREY, DEALERS IN : : : Yellow Pine and Cypress Lumber, Red Cypress Shingles, 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. liiOrders by mail solicited. Prompt attention guaranteed. Excelsior II-I Best Workmanship, Stea m Quick se...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 February 1897

* * and up SUITS 0 *I and up All Work Guaranteed. Come and see . . .. 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. HIILE ]04'r sperln y adjusted afford relief to overtaxed vision, and are becoming If oare troublig you come and have them examined by our Optician ree e. We fit theEyes and carry the best selected stock of Optical Goods in oiTUcI4ISO4 & KART, . ad Opticians,-- - - - 214 Texas St., Shreveport, La PITTSBURG, ILLINOIS, !ALA. AMA, AND TERRITORY I LUMP .! _.aCOAL. Pennsylvania, Anthracite and Blacksmith Coal of Various kinds. Prompt delivery, lowest cash prices, full weight U j'guaranteed. Telephone (new) 272. S ISbrve1rart Ice and RefriLcratiL Colany. Nos,. 104 & 106 Texas Street. %rleved a ful nd eomplet line of Garden and PFeld Seeds, including .... 'Cane v eed, 6 varieties of Clover. 5 rarieties of Oats. 6 varieties of Field Corn. - :8CI6 varietie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 February 1897

T he Progress. e6--No. 9. SHREVEPORT. LA., February 27, 1897. Price 5 Cents V EXEITS II SHREVEIPORT. RasBeen Done In the Last 18 Months. people realize the number cost of houses that have ted in Shreveport during twelve or eighteen months. are all over the city and sub ad range in cost from a few to twenty-five thousand each. better evidence can possibly Atof the condition of any city Mie extent of its new build They are a reliable baro and indicate its upward or ard tendency. this to be true, The detailed a special repor e a thorough canvass of and suburbs; to note every large or small; to in the owner, or architect or r of every house, and to a result to this office. 3ollowing is his written re PROGRESS. instmotions, I have made gations you ordered. I submit a carefully pre ad accurate list of all the that have cost above Almost all of them are pleted. A few are about and one or two have only been begun-notably, the dSpot. not but be impressed ,fact that as rapidly as have been bu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 February 1897

The Progress. SHVEXPORT. LA. - FPBRUARY 27..1897. SPIY'ERS- E EIS but but Since the last issue of The Prog- ente ress, the local wheelmen have be- hea came more enthused over the pros- ride pects of an organized Bicycle Club and a race meet at an early date. The Progress representative has A found every one deeply interested a to and willing to lend a helping hand rom and many financially, which will __ be necessary as a starter, however, of with the many riders, both ladies wil and gentlemen, which are estimat- Prc ed at 000 to 700. It can be safely roa calculated that at least 200 of these will become members and strong hay supporters of the club. co The object of this club will be to tha establish a bicycle park, race track, of good roads and streets and to en courage race meets between sprin- ish tears, from various parts of the A. world In the city, but its first steps th4 will be for the benefit of our home and public's interest-to provide a park where ladies and gentlemen le ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 February 1897

anal her c Gleanings fronOn the F The Social World. mus Miss whic YMis SADIE BEJACH. EDITrroR. tune _ _ _ _ _ .At gaeeliSng an Affair of Last W**ek. ceiv ogwrs, all musiC lovers, in society tifu out, went to the concert on last Fri- stag evening. pr not only did they desire to show T to Miss Prescott and Mr. Pooley, Fiv they were promised a program of soF than ordinary merit by some of the in local talent, with an additional treat dig the shape of a one act comedy, "Lend Mis SFive Shillings," in which Mr. F. real Pooley, as the famous Mr. Go- ), would appear. Their expectations wal fully realized. tilli :i-wed from any standpoint-artistic, s ualor inancial-the concert proved to. -eadistinct anid unqualified success. pla ,he audience was enthusiastic and the aas generous, so a virtual doubling dig Sthe program resulted. It read as fol- wh IWO: hol PART I. = -"Handicap,"................ Rosey the Shreveport Symphony Club. ad a-From "Patience," ..... Sullivan up Mr. F. G. Metcalf. sol ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 February 1897

The Progress. Published Every Saturday. C. D. HICKS - ------ Editor Entered in the postolffc at Shreveport as Second-closs Mail Matter. OIFIO-206 Milan Street, between Mar ket and Spring Street. SUBSCRIPTION PRICESB. flu Moathr [miss...........Sixty-five Cents Three Months........Twenty-five Cent. OMcial Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Allianc3. 55UVp0ITr , L. - FPunUAnY 27. 1897 eep your eye on the constitu- a ional O eUm ention racket and vote tii i _Itdown.__ all~~lbaa·r~ letowed to b1 When our women are allowed o ~Eote, ODJy maply men can be ,ted to oMS. . aS s1 A kindheart with tough speech, 1 ta more preferable than the "oSly taongue whose master or mis-d ,eesB is lacking in charitable im a No populist who voted for Pharr a y ~can Ciys&SU Iaccuse the editor P iTheProgress of bei ing moon- i dent in his demand for reform- I ile hryoeted-for PoEter. s.3y a man drigs ulod in de-o ~apt~cag others to detract atben rb. trom bis own carime. This is to some of our Popa- 1 Sasht a bre...

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