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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 February 1897

seas i TTERED FAITH. Gather sticks bee *D. TALMAGE TO THOSE BUR- itting be DENED WITH DOUBT. begin to wet cloth gins to ":. as equent Sermon show aenges, h oeIhte0 o OQuetioning the round an l giat1on-$e ow omee Many ar mis as sed by the Skeptis. or pn. our anxi4 psrGose, Fla., Feb. 21.-Aft pieces of years of invitation Dr. Talmago that the today at this great Chautauqua. thethe Sparts of the south the people areday to al The sermon is mightily help- in on bi tloseCwho find it hard to believe ev- somethi Dr. Talmiage returns athis ek an inter on. The subject of this sermon in those Shattered Faith' and the text as I ex iyl 44,"And some on broken plees vmer r dt Goodwin msands o the Skre- not st Cape Hatterms was a ship in worse piece o than, in the Mediterranean is the fl war the grain shlp on which 76 more p ee driven on tohe easte ofrc far miles from the metropolis of than yP called Citta Veochis. After a Alnigh e tempest, when the ship was come a disabled and captain and crew smo...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 February 1897

times the annoyance of my theological pro- y fepsor. becaue 1 ahkcd so many questions. But I came in on a plank. I knew Christ was the Saviour of sinners and that I was a sinner, and I got ashore, and I do not TI propose to go out on that sea again. I have W not for 80 minutes discussed the contro verted points of theology in 80 years, and TI during the rest of my lis I do not propose TI to discuss them for 80 seconds. I would rather in a mud scow try to who weather the worst cyclone that ever swept mu up from the Caribbean than risk my im-i mortal soul in useless and perilous discus- coni si dons in which some of my brethren in the T ministry are indulging. They remind me of a company of sailors standing on the of f Bamsgate pier head, from which the life- in boats are usually launched, and coolly dis cdussing the different style of oarlooks and whi bow deep a boat ought to set in the water, this ;while a hurricane is in full blast and there are three steamers crowded with passen- ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 February 1897

orIn Police Courts. ty of the cases which we deal are pathetic or dramatic, but humorous side to the work oa some of the most ludicrous in oiscelvable come up in our courts. common cause of complaint by against another in tenement is that "She called me out ae." A woman told me that she Swararnt against a female ac because, as she said, "Judge, r, she called me a name out of and I want her to prove It.." ett broils must be given a hear ttled by such good advice as the suggests. test me something ridiculous," complaint of one much abused her husband. The man, being to answer the charge and per it, answered: "This is a dead usy, your honor. Don't mind Irish-woman came before me at court and wanted her "boy"t inisbehaving himself in her I name out that her"boy" was 88 and when I said to her that he old boy she remarked, "Sure agurl, and I count a boy a man Se's married." A German with battered head complained that t had made a "dingo" in it, the assault about as follows, me a crack on ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 February 1897

The Progress. B3auViroT, LA. - Fg.As 27, 1897. IL CAoGD WA$DERERS. ol The Progress has increased its Scirculation more than O00 in the L last three weeks. of The center car line needs new rails. Last Monday was a National v h olidar, but the United States 'ourt was in session all the same. xa u.ý. how come, Judge Boarman? Our retail mbusiness must have factories to stimulate it and keep # it going. S P Our wapm friend, Mr. J. J. Bil- .v S4ngsley, one of the best citizens of , Qgld DeSoto, was in the city Mon- ii & day. o SUnited States Court has been in * session this week and drew quite a iumber from different parts of .9t Louisiana. Sý;Smzall factories build up a town. T ,:t the tin bucket brigade that lweveor needs. j Our people re duly appreciat. - = the merit, of The Progress. .sabodrption list is growing at imderful rate, the job work is r right along and the busi - °eaewmen have learned the value our space for advertiseing. e oan gentlemen, we can ac odte you all. pes ppo...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 February 1897

I'L' =_Superior To All Sarsaparillas. Down in Georgia. over fity years agea marvelous medicine was discovered. It was what Isnn w fnowm as P. P. P., (Lr tppno ha b nre t o Reredy), and its fame and reputation has been growing with the yeadrs. b a For Rheumatisml. Blood Poisoning pain in the side, wrists, shoulders, back anjlointsd. TbwneniLalaria. Scrofula, and all Blood and Skin D~iseases. it has never been equalled. J ..3.c' anissubjulgatedMr. S eaalth Renewed, LAppetite restored and sleepless nights banished by Its wonderful influence.. p. P. . is a wonderlf tonic aS strengthener. Weak women should always take . P. P. It builds them up. It has the iversal commendation sof medical men througout brsthe cuntry, because we publish the forsmula on every bottle and one trial l covi the most skeptical that it is a genuine health restorer. Read The Truth And Be Convifned. ..Wonderfu Cure. Uent thing. W, e band. about one doses bottles a tons. I a ral cuwreek. .ý !a atr to muscular rheuna...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 February 1897

The Progress. D Published Every Saturday.E ) . HICKS - - - - - - - Editor in the Postoffice at Shreveport as Becond-class Mail Matter. c--205 Milam Street, between Mar ket and Spring Streets. SUBvSCRIPTION PRICES. Year.......................One Dollar hs............S.ixty-five Cents ths..........Twenty-five Cents Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Alliance. ET, LA., - FEBRUARY 27, 1897 Progress believes in letting bcan's have their way measures-as soon as M11 be seated. Our Nation ,.tuave that prosperity which rats promised if gold be the king in America, and as indeed so made, then let e b thrown in the way ey can and does give us iees then who cares if he all the glory? Let honor be to whom honor is due, and - nor will be due the man take from the "brow of th crown of thorns." S1who are aspiring for I honors even four m y. as- ce- inc' 4 now that unless Con a good deal for slver in time, Utid question will ahi ass in the next State . Poor silver I tricked edby pretended friends, martyrd...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 February 1897

FROM WASHINGTON. gr th WAsHINGTON, Feb. 25th 1897. TI '? With all its boasted dignity and Ill djellberation the Senate is not la above a bit of claptrap now and in Ujen. In view of its studied ignor- er ing of the inhuman outrages in re Cuba, right at our doors, so to at speak, its latest effort in this line, n< Sthe adoption of a resolution ex- H ipressing sympathy with Greece N bfor its stand in behalf of liberty in le fr away Crete, was about its th :worst. As long as nothing is to e done for the cause of liberty in ef it would seem to be good dt to say nothing about liberty T( wlsehere. oT The House Committee on Coin- ai pge has favorably reported the tu Senate international monetary ta Seonference bill, but it has added Pl Smefndments which may cause the ju ý,11 to fail, not because of opposi- ai Lion, but for lack of time. It is the b: pinion of nearly everybody that aj 'ý there is only a meagre chance for at any legislation other than that se i$ch can be put on some appro-...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 February 1897

THE AoUSS TALK. . Ynl.ac paper does not spe i y advocate a curfew law but a bel ought to be put on male eitisen of the town so oouidbe located at night, would a good tbng.-States. -,' planters of Georgia will mralie ~Congress for aduty on SIsland cotton. If we are to *VW l a larif either for revenue or ,we see no reason why ounar slaple shabould not be also. We are not very Inclined to the favorite argn that see and such an article useahsy duntiable."-Floyd Mr. 8. T. Abbott, representing Shreveport Progress, called on Wledneaday. The Progress is a papr, sad we hope Mr. Ab vidit to our town was pleas sad proadable.-DeSoto News. abs for youear kind wishes, Head! aelmad PIamers' Alliance ud tals Union, in session at am1 anlber resolu em rAsROms subjelt passed asUe emn th senate to detest ;Laea po-t bil refusing ad to tae aals as second eme tr n book. sad p. uadT p-ed by the wbl e, It Is serted, is a at eiaay la the poe ~ tnon abu loasd to aadsip v the people by bes nset of athir the re...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 February 1897

REED AS ARBI IITI g yLe (fClled on to -ettle Disputes Presn 00 All Over thae Country. WEI maker Reed leas Lbcomae a great final w2 tsi! for numerous parliamnentary bodies gges one end to the other of the country. Sdl a day passes that he is not request ,&pass upon sonime point, more or les no lkate, that local parliamentariians have h oegled over and failed to agree upon.P Iritweek one of the chapters of the Daugh- fo t s of the American Revolution in this 4 sinbmitted to him a question of the fit to elect another delegate to the conti l congress. They had elected a dele s and alternate at a meeting, which the imnsttation said should be called at a .;aed time. The delegate had resigned, :.` the ladies were in a quandary as to a.n wabthar they could call another meeting F awhether the alternate should serve. The dai ýeahs asettled that for them, and they I went away happy. dai at this is only an isolated instance. da 'eart orders. debating societies and otherd deliberative 1xdies...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 February 1897

CAGED WAN'4DERERlS. Mr. Z. B. Hakgrove died sudden ly Thursday night. It was quite a shock to our citizens, many of whom had seen him in apparent perfect health little more than three days previous. Mr. Z. B. Har grove-nearly all knew him as Zack-was a large hearted, liberal and brave man, who had a host of friends: and these united with the family in extending the warmest sympathy. Mr. Claude C. Hicks was fortu nate in being able to saved a little _child from almost certain death, 'Thursday morning. The little fel low, about four years of age was in the street, near Ledbetter Bros'. store, when he was struck by a team driven by a country gentle man who happened to be looking 'behind him nor did he hear Me. Hicks startled cry "Look out!" ;The child was knocked down, but In an instance Mr. Hicks had pr ng into the streets and with aso hand grabbed the animal cking, himn in a second, during ` l*ich time he jerked the child out S danger. After a little while =E_#P one-presumably the fa...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 February 1897

f '4 TIE 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, VEGETABLES, FRUITS, NUTS, ETC. Without bruzing the wind to several stores fo procure the same. We receive a shipment of Fresh Vegetables from New Orleans every morning, Consisting of Cauliflower. Lettuce, Celery. Beets. Carrots. Tomatoes. Fresh Ontons. Parsley. Sage. Thyme. Fresh Spring Cab bage, Etc. Telephone your orders to us. FREE DELIVERY.- r- -TErLEPHONE 20. e. HOYER, CORNER EDWARDS & TEXAS STREETS. t, ~s~I 3GLLEN & (SURREY, DEALERS IN : : : Yellow Pine and Cypress Lumber, Red Cypress Shingles. Doors. W'indow 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. s.Y. 1LiOrders by mail solicited. Prompt attention guaranteed. Excelsior Best Workmnanship, Stea T Qui...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 February 1897

We Fit The lard to Fit. IN PHaENIX HOTEL!!!! ! ! ! ! IN PHoENIX HOTEL WE have opened up a first-class Tailoring and Gents' Outfitting Estab lishment, and will give, for the next So days, an extr pair of pants with every Suit of Clothes. We are making SUITS trom : $15.00 to $60.00 PARTS froma $3.00 to $16.00 Give us a call and get first-class work, fn Phcenix Hotal. k. ~OsIS Y , ~:,: Up-to-Date Tailor and Gents' Outfitter. Imperfectly fitted Glasses like these, not only look bad, but are a ve injury to the eyes. WHILE jprperiy adjusted aeorld relief to overtaxed vision and are becoming. If sre biiag y comem and have themn examinaed 'by our Optician Free We at the nse and eatry the best selected stock of Optical Goods in 1.UT01411SON a &IIAART, and Opticalans, - - - - - 214 Texas St., Shreveport, La PITTSBURG, ILLINOIS, IALABAMA, AND TERRITORY LUMP COAL. · Pn;ns7vaJnia, Anzaci te and Blacksmith Coal of Various kinds. f Prompt delivery, lowest cash prices, full weight guaranteed. T...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 March 1897

The Progress. lume 6--No. 10. SHREVEPORT. LA., March 6, 1897. Price 5 Cents TILL3AN'S BO31B. up h little SMonopoly Has Paid Agents milli In Congress. like Washington, D. C., March 2. Wble the armor plate amendment thenaval appropriation bill was l -r discussion in the Senate r Tillman of South Carolina he hated to think thatthe Car- A - and other monopolies had noo paid agents in the Senate, and it looked like it. "I don't want. getl may anything harsh," he went der, :impressively, '-but God knows, A ve every utterance I have bell is true." ed 1 This statement came like a wil mbshell in the Senate and led gra r. Hawley to demand whether F the Senator from South Carolina Sa to make such a chargeTo t the Senate. spT TILLMAN'S REPLY. Sh .I dare say," replied Mr. Till- oui deliberately, "That as far as nol see and I can explain this on rin other ground-" to ;~ And I say," retorted Mr. Haw- ha "That that is untrue, and an ru: rthy slander, unworthy of gentleman." co: Tilman was unruffl...

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 March 1897

truly! Because forsooth the Pica yune may be guilty of acts of un manliness; may practice arts which are unbecoming is well- t bred journalism; because this ti great daily may look with con tempt upon the gents ofeditors of Te small weeklies, then this may give license for all newspapers to occu py the same unenviable position? For shame, Brother McClanahan! de Do you govern your conduct, as a journalist, by what a large daily de does, though the example be true si at which your natural inclination hi revolts? Do you advocate bring rough and untouth in polite so- wi clety, because some man of high b position is rude and boisterous? Are you w;iling to surrender your id fleas of propriety and good bred- L ing, and govern yourself by the conduct of another in a high place, ni whose very conduct is that of a boor? If the Picayune is guilty as you charge it, then more's the pity that a great journal which should be a model, a guide, is but a type at jofouraism which loaks man- P hood ...

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 March 1897

rath, deco SGleanings fror with part The Social World. deep bone MISS SADIE BEJACH. EDITOR. lop -- - -tiny Owing to the absence of the large num - ber of society folks, whose custom it is to ur entertain and keep the "social world" ser , the past week, social functions taki ere few and far between. Even that As S msry-making "carnival," as the name dint Silies, had no effect in producing life in mix aratown- the A-asked face now and then, on Tues- thai " gave us a gentle reminder that it was goo Mlardi Gras." star ` tire As For Coming NEvents.  ive heard of an affair that is to be given O in a short period-no personalties-but Hai is to be a "pink." by Tito originator is a person of such nig ieasle ideas as an inventor might envy : er. The affair planned by her is to be : piieed with many novel features. All s.: rations will be pink. Pink is the wil a .domninant color, as will be carried into on : ii" y detail at this affair. Even the Mr ' %  of the "dinette," the latest name I.....

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 March 1897

The Progress. Published Every Satnrday. C. D. -HICKS - - - --Editor Entered in the Posto e at Shreveport as Second-class Mail Matter. ; OFFICE--2b 0 Milam Street, between Mar '- ket and Spring Streets. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. One Year..................One Dollar -' Six Months ............ Sixty-flve Cents : 1'bree Months."....... Twenty-five Cents OiOBial Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Alliance. ,BBNUVUPORT7LL, - MARCH 6, 189?. Wý . rhat will the McKinley admnin- mn 4~tlon do for silver? doct "tIf at firet you don't succeed," H ' Wait till the clouds roll by." poll _ _ _ who S.Organized labor is the safe pre anrd of the wage earner. est The editor was gone this week t the devil did not have charge. i unil Do right. There is enough re- and on In that to save the world, our MiHe who truly loves his fellow- our ' is not far from the throne of ren Sleast a dozen new fans will COL seen in the Senate at this ses- o of Congress. me he,.TimnesDemocrat has done ble  service in aid of the drou...

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 March 1897

y' affliction mankind is often FE Stogether in closer ties of oble sentiment. The generosity -of South Louisiana is giving aid to their brethren in the Northern cust :: psrt of the State, was an act which will ever remain as a hallowed sie event in the memory of the recip- is eq ;ents: and their neighbors and visit f-friends less unfortunate. the I suit( Place the citizens of Louisiana rei on a plane where politics is not tion allowed to abtrude, and no State and nor country can present a more hunt generous, charitable, chivalrous tion p eople. But once prevent the the presence of politics, and then all is b ihýese noble traits take flfght and gen :, nothing but an ungenerous, un- a -monly, heartless skeleton remains. aval muw From the way the press members pub are speaking out, the next meeting as 1 of the association will be the most mel : interesting meeting that we have cita ever had, consisting of a trip to the ' Nashville, St. Loui- or some other tofli important, interesting c...

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 March 1897

The Progress. B.,.uREVrPOT. LA. - MAR . 1897.- . .CAGED WANDERERS. Mr. J. B. Lee and wife were up :from Mansfield Monday. Mr. Ben Holzman returned from :n extensive vibit to the east Mon day, where he has. been purchas tg his spring stock. The Pragress ,was a muchly ed of journal 'last week. It ed-feets--which were- as- dlng, an yed they meant Tiuh for Shrevdp6Prt. rt will be ed of this week too, and so ill be next-both will contain im .Br and ~ow , and are glad to tha$ the pepple know it too. The Progress was honored by an oduotion to Hon. Poindexter , late member of the National so of Representatives, Satur . Mr. Dunn served Arkansas the 47th, 48th, 49th and 50th Cen sea and bears a distinguished itation. Just now, however, he less stormy business interest, here in the interest of the a, Shreveport and Natch Iroad, which he hopes to through our city. . Howard Cole closed a real deal with a' prospector in ikA this week, in which 1,6000 of land change ownership. " J. W. Reagan, of ...

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 March 1897

SDR =ABBOTT'S MISTAKE. S-ror I.es In Taking Protestantism at Its word. Pr. Abbott's lectures on the Bible '." gt him into hot water, says The hriaea's Journal. His fundamental S.`5ti e consists in his taking Protes tantiimu at its word and reading the ' .ble and judging for himself. He is  lenough and should be philosopher e mngh to know that the Protestant the igtieal rle of faith was ituented to be ise,:. ud, not to be used. The real and Pctiel rule is to read the Bible and dge of its contents by the creeds or aoles of faith formulated by a con intion of ministers of some Protestant m If the reader fails to find in his l what his creedmakers found e, he raises a storm about his ears mthds himself numbered among the k-a heretic, as it were. S~Ts is what Dr. Abbott has been do and therefore he is more logical his critics, He must throw aside 4 private judgment and see in the Bi eonly what his follow Plymouthites j oer lose his situation. He must not :d ed and judge for himself, n...

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 March 1897

The Progress. SSBSvuPORT. LA. - MAaca . 1897. Three Years Ago. Not having the exact date before s we cannot recall the time when former street commissioner, as. Keeney, started to improve Yid put in passable condition the sower section of Spring street, but y got far enough advanced with e work as to make it utterly inm to tug through at all, and the able assistance of the best of gum boots in Shreveport. .some good citizen would take a 1 in that direction some fine day he will be convinced what is said in the above is , without the least exaggeration. ow it is true that there are very w citizens living in that neigh hood but those that do should p the benefit of good streets as so as any others. These ns are going to keep up a m until something is done this, as they are determined ve a passable street if su6h a be possible. o approve, thoroughly of the ant of our streets, and don't that we are in anyway ridi `the present administration orts to put the city in the e of a metropolis...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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